Workshops encourage art creation through reusing, recycling, repurposing

The Irrigation Festival Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair is partnering with local craft artists people to teach workshops that demonstrate the creation of items using the principles of reuse, recycle and repurpose.

Artist Lani Madison leads a TP Tube Tag Book Workshop from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, March 3, at the Shipley Center, 921 E. Hammond St., Sequim. TP Books have four pages (rolls) with four pull out tags. Each page is decorated, with little pockets to put tags or quotes or gift cards in. The $25 fee includes workshop materials.

Sign up directly with Lani for the TP Book Workshop at 360-460-8592.

Show off new creations from the workshop or other items made through reuse, recycle or repurpose at the Irrigation Festival Innovative Arts and Crafts Reuse Showcase, held during the first weekend of the festival, May 4-6.

Details about the Innovative Reuse Showcase and Contest can be found at IrrigationFestival.com, or by contacting Kelly Jo Hill at 360-461-3950 or JustAskKelly@olypen.com.

More in Life

Milestone: First Baptist Church boosts Habitat efforts

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County partnered with First Baptist Church in… Continue reading

Get It Growing: Rhododendrons, true or false

Rhododendrons are beautiful plants, prolific and well suited for growing in the… Continue reading

Farm to Food Pantry Program kicks off third year

Bringing produce from local farms to low-income families and individuals, the Farm… Continue reading

Faith news — Sept. 19, 2018

TAIZE service set All are welcome to the ecumenical TAIZE service at… Continue reading

OTA calls for three-dimensional art to celebrate community’s talent

Olympic Theatre Arts is seeking donations of original works of art in… Continue reading

Parenting Matters: Setting limits for your toddler

There is no limit to the number of times each day when… Continue reading

Milestone: Soroptimist group picks Gleason for vocational award

Soroptimist International of Sequim announced recently that Elizabeth Gleason is the recipient… Continue reading

Clallam Conservation District’s offers fall natural landscaping course

Sign-ups are being accepted for Clallam Conservation District’s fall natural landscaping course.… Continue reading

‘Dazzling Dahlias’ at next Work to Learn Party

Locals can get their green thumbs going and learn some gardening tips… Continue reading

Most Read