Olivet College’s Burrage Library to host winter and spring programs
Nov 10, 2008
Olivet Colleges Burrage Library is hosting the following programs throughout the remainder of the academic year. All events are free and open to the public.
For more information, call (269) 749-7387.
o Wednesday, Nov. 12 Decorate tote bags with paint and other media.
o Thursday, Dec. 4 Create a window cling to take home.
o Wednesday, Nov. 12 Arthur Williams, Ph.D., associate professor of theatre, will give a presentation titled The Comic Book as Frozen Theatre, which examines the rise of the comic book as a major influence in novels and motion pictures.
o Friday, Dec. 5 Learn how to make snowflake ornaments out of wire and beads. Supplies provided.
o Wednesday, Jan. 28 Rev. Jack Brown, Olivet Congregational Church minister and adjunct instructor of religion, will discuss his service work with Mission Mazahua, an organization that serves the indigenous people of Central Mexico.
o Jan. 17 Create picture frames and coasters with recycled compact discs. Bring pictures you would like to frame.
o Jan. 31 Make your own cards and bookmarks using rubber stamps.
o Feb. 14 Decorate candles with sequins and create picture frames for Valentines Day.
o March 21 Create a painting with yarn
o March 28 Create a hand-painted flower pot for springtime.
o April 4 Special guest instructor, Marian Reiter, will teach the basics of Chinese brush painting.
o May 2 Make a small felt purse and banner for Mothers Day.