July 26, 2017
March 08, 2017
Written by Public Library Staff
West Fargo Public Library celebrating National Craft Month with craft supply recycling event - CLOSED April 1, 2017

During March, crafters around the country celebrate National Craft Month with events and new projects. This year, the West Fargo Public Library and the library’s Twisted Stitchers knitting group are celebrating by hosting a craft supply recycling event.

During the month of March, the community can visit the West Fargo Public Library meeting room 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays to donate unused craft supplies. Supplies that are eligible for donation include scrapbook paper, buttons, beads, glue, scissors, glitter, ribbon and paints. For a complete list of acceptable materials, please call the service desk at (701) 433-5460. All of the donated supplies will be given to local activity and day care centers in April.

Crafting is celebrated each March and has been demonstrated to reduce stress, build self-esteem, increase physical dexterity, improve concentration and enhance health and mental wellness. The West Fargo Public Library offers a number of craft projects each month for the community. In March, these events cover gardening, woodworking, knitting and story time with crafts for children. For a full calendar of events, please visit www.westfargolibrary.org.

About the West Fargo Public Library

The West Fargo Public Library recognizes that a growing, thriving West Fargo community needs a 21st century library that opens doors for curious minds and enriches the lives of its residents. The library offers patrons a wide range of services for informational and recreational purposes, including space for collections, public computers, the West Fargo Historical Center, the Homework Center, meeting rooms and offices. For more information, please visit www.westfargolibrary.org and join us on Facebook and Twitter.

About West Fargo

With an estimated population of more than 33,000, West Fargo is truly “a city on the grow” with one of the fastest growing communities in North Dakota. Throughout this phenomenal growth, West Fargo continues to offer an excellent student-oriented school district, a park district with world-class facilities, and a variety of housing options to meet the needs of any resident. Boasting opportunities for both families and businesses, West Fargo combines the benefits of small-town living with the resources and amenities of a large metropolitan city. For more information, please visit www.westfargond.gov and join us on Facebook and Twitter.

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