Come to this class to get help. Bring your project and be ready to sew!
Attention Sewers! Do you have unfinished projects that need to get done?...do you need help? Stumped on how to fix something? Come to this class to get help. Bring your project and be ready to sew! Come to this class to get help. Bring your project and be ready to sew!
PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is IN-PERSON and MASKS are strongly encouraged.
LIBRARY WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING SUPPLIES AVAILABLE TO PARTICIPANTS TO USE DURING THIS IN-PERSON WORKSHOP:
Student Must Bring:
ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP:
This workshop is for patrons 13 years of age and older.
This workshop session will be held in-person only at Glendale Central Library's MakerSpace located at 222 E Harvard St. Glendale, CA 91205.
Registered participants must give 48 hour cancellation notice to allow others on the waiting list to attend. Failure to cancel with adequate notice may result in loss of the ability to register for future workshops.
If you have any questions about Maker Workshops, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
EVENT TYPE: | Maker/STEAM | Classes & Workshops | Arts & Crafts |
TAGS: | workshop | makerspace | makers | maker | craft |
|Mon, Mar 20||9:00AM to 9:00PM|
|Tue, Mar 21||9:00AM to 9:00PM|
|Wed, Mar 22||9:00AM to 9:00PM|
|Thu, Mar 23||9:00AM to 9:00PM|
|Fri, Mar 24||9:00AM to 6:00PM|
|Sat, Mar 25||9:00AM to 6:00PM|
|Sun, Mar 26||1:00PM to 6:00PM|
Established in 1906.
Library services in Glendale were first provided in 1906. The women of the Tuesday Afternoon Club, a social and philanthropic organization, raised money through a series of lectures to fund a library collection. The library opened in a renovated pool room at Third and E (Wilson and Everett) Streets with seventy books, soon supplemented by a State Traveling Library of fifty more, and served a population of 1,186.
In 1907, the City Trustees passed Ordinance 53 which established and supported a library which "...shall be forever free to the inhabitants and nonresident taxpayers of the City of Glendale..." The first year the library had 251 books, 165 registered patrons, and a budget of $248.88.
In 1913, a Carnegie grant of $12,500 made possible the construction of the main library at Kenwood and Fifth (Harvard Street). The building was completed and dedicated November 13, 1914.