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Sew your own Drawstring backpack in this evening workshop with sewing instructor Ellen Brown. She will provide her expertise, sewing machines, and all other supplies. You’ll leave with a drawstring backpack to call you own! Sponsored by Friends of the Madison Library.
Join ShopRite Nutritionist Tory Stroker for to make a fun afternoon snack! Sponsored by Friends of the Madison Library.
Design a pendant that is out of this universe! We will supply all the materials.
Sponsored by Friends of the Madison Library.
Taste of Summer
A juicy watermelon at a picnic is the epitome of summer. Create an acrylic painting of this notion with the step by step guidance of artist, Erica Engfer Pizza. Please wear clothes for painting or bring a smock.
Erica Pizza is a practicing mixed media artist whose work can be seen in galleries around New Jersey. She is also a proud high school art teacher who specializes in painting, ceramics, and portfolio preparation for students who plan to pursue a career in art. Erica is grateful to be able to share her talent and expertise with students across the state. Her work can be viewed at www.ericaengferpizza.com.
Join yoga instructor Traci DeAngelis for an afternoon of yoga, meditation, and beads! Please bring your own yoga mat if you have one. Sponsored by Friends of the Madison Library.
Spices give flavor, spices help preserve, spices offer cure; exotic spices have transformed our lives for sure.
A special gift from nature man traveled far to take; learn to cook chutneys that are so tasty and easy to make!
Join this workshop to find out what makes India the spice center of the world. It is true that the spice route brought many to India; however, as the Indian Diaspora has grown spices have started traveling throughout the world with them. See how this has created a plethora of fusion dishes influencing cuisines around the world and learn to cook chutneys that give the blandest of appetizers the much needed zing at a party!
Learn to make a delicious mango chutney with Enjoy Explore India’s Seema Moondra. Sponsored by Friends of the Madison Library.
Katherine Stievater, a Gap Year Advisor and Founder of Gap Year Solutions will explain why Gap Years are growing in popularity and how any student can benefit from a Gap Year. She will explain different Gap Year options and the Gap Year planning process, including how it relates to college planning. This program is especially geared to high school juniors and seniors and their parents.