Twig Terrariums Presents: a Terrarium Building Workshop for Teens & Adults

We're all excited about the hotly anticipated Twig Terrariums workshops this Sunday!

Please note that due to limited space and supplies as well as the detailed nature of the project we will be limiting the attendance to Teens in grades 6-12 and Adults. We rarely enforce our age limits for events, but this is a very special circumstance. However, this is just the beginning of the TWIG fun! As of Saturday, July 26 all summer game players will be able to check out the Twig Terrarium's display in the Downtown Library's Youth Department case, and the window at 826MI/Robot Repair & Supply. Starting, Tuesday, July 29 terrariums will also be at Literati Books, Rock, Paper, Scissors and Downtown Home & Garden. ! Keep your eyes peeled for the Twig Terrarium badges to be released next week and get ready to start your search! Literati Bookstore will be selling their book at the event and at their store and of course you can also check out a library copy.

There will be two workshops on Sunday: From 12:30-2:30 PM and from 3:30-5:30PM. If the first workshop fills up we will be handing out tickets for the second workshop.

This event was originally scheduled for the Downtown Library Multi-Purpose Room and has been relocated to the 4th floor of the Downtown Library.


Can I get a ticket for the 3:30 without going to the 12:30 first?

Me and my dad are super excited!

Does this mean that younger kids can't come along with us, even if they are only watching and aren't planning on making a terrarium?

I'm wondering this too, because I'm not sure I can make the 12:30 completely.

Hi all,
We will give some tickets out if we fill up the 12:30 event. We will also have tickets for the 3:30 event - we'll start giving them out at 3:00 PM. We won't be turning away a parent with a younger child who is going to watch and not participate.

I am looking forward to this.:)

Just got home from this event. It was great! Really fun. Thank you library!

Came in and waited for a little while . . . turned out they had one more jar!