Historical Hatmaking: A DIY Craft

July 25, 2019, 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Event Series

Putnam District Library

Arts & Culture, Educational, Free

Historical Hatmaking: A DIY Craft
Join Community Mentor, Barbara Howard, and decorate your own straw hat. With Barbara's help, you can create a historically accurate hat that would have been worn around the year 1869 (the year Nashville was founded). These hats are encouraged to be worn at the Sesquicentennial Celebration in August along with other historically accurate costume pieces. Barbara can also advise those who are interested in wearing a costume at the celebration on how best to approach a sewing design. Supplies will be provided for participants.
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When

July 25, 2019

5:00pm - 7:00pm

Where

Google Map Link

327 N. Main St., Nashville, MI 49073

Organization

Putnam District Library

Putnam District Library is located in Nashville, MI. "Honoring the Past, Serving Today, & Preparing for Tomorrow" We seek to: Serve as a center for reading, literacy and lifelong learning. Connect people...

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