Hand-Carved Printmaking Repetitive Design

Hand-Carved Printmaking Repetitive Design
A class for adults with Artist Deb Sax

Discover the joy of creating patterns with hand-carved stamps. Students will explore principles of design with repetition, symmetry, balance and unity.
Learn how to carve a stamp out of soft eraser-type material.
Learn about basic principles of design.
Identify the type of marks made by different shaped blades.
Become familiar with printmaking terminology

To register, please call 610-543-0436 or email swarthmore@delcolibraries.org.

Special Announcement!

The Library will be rearranging the collection to better serve our patrons by separating the juvenile and young adult non-fiction collections
from adult non-fiction materials. This project will take place from February 9 to February 23.

During the project the following collections will be unavailable for browsing or check-out:

juvenile non-fiction & biography; young adult non-fiction & biography. 

We are happy to help you reserve items from another library during this time.

We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding during the project.

David Falcone, Celtic Guitar

Friday, January 19 at 7pm 

David will play a concert of acoustic, celtic guitar.  David was recommended to us by the Lansdowne Folk Club.  He has performed at World Café Live, and The Point.  Don’t miss the chance to hear a beautiful instrumentalist.  A marvelous opportunity to get out of the house in the heart of winter.  Warm your ears with beautiful celtic music, and warm your heart by sharing the evening with your neighbors.

guitarMade possible by the Sharon J. Ford Concert and Lecture Series Fund and the Friends of SWPL.


In Stitches

Do you knit, crochet, or do needlework? No matter your skill level, you can join our monthly In Stiches Club to learn and share tips and ideas while enjoying lively conversations with fellow crafters. Some supplies will be available for newcomers. We will meet in the Community Room at Borough Hall on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 10 am to 12 pm.

Food for Thought Cookbook Club

First Thursdays, 4-5pm in the Community Room

Join our Food for Thought Cookbook Club as we explore some of the world’s cuisines in our “A Taste of the World” series.

The selected cookbook will be available for your perusal at the library.  You may sign-up to make one of the selected recipes or one of your choice from the cookbook, then bring your cooked delicacies for sharing at our monthly meeting.  Happy Cooking!

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