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Workshop: Llamas, Looms and Weaving with Peopleologie

Saturday, 9/24/2022
12:00 - 1:00
Richmond Meeting Room
Richmond/Senator Milton Marks
Address

351 9th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94118
United States

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Learn about traditional indigenous weaving with raw cotton, fleece, handmade spindles, looms and insect-sourced dye with Peopleologie. Wrap, weave and wear an armband home. For ages 10–18.

Space limited. Reservations required: (415) 355-5600.


Connect to engaging discussions and performances related to the Latinx community.

¡VIVA! at the Library is a celebration of Latinx heritage, cultures and traditions. San Francisco has a rich Latinx heritage that is highlighted in a diverse array of exciting programs for all ages, from Spanish/bilingual storytimes to cooking classes, author talks to art and cultural presentations.


This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.


Attending Programs

Questions about the program or problems registering? Contact sfplcpp@sfpl.org. For accommodations (such as ASL interpretation or captioning), call (415) 557-4400 or contact accessibility@sfpl.org. Requesting at least 72 hours in advance will help ensure availability.


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