HENNA with ROBIN HENDRICKS People have been using henna for centuries to decorate themselves and now you can too. We will have a limited supply of henna paste available for you to experiment with or, if you prefer, volunteer henna artists will be available to apply a variety of designs. Attention parents: henna may last up to 4 weeks. If you have concerns please talk to your children. HEMP JEWELRY WITH ______________________ Make your own hemp necklaces, bracelets, hatbands and more. The art of hemp jewelry making is an inexpensive hobby that you can take away from this workshop and continue to make jewelry for yourself and others. HEAD WREATHS with KATHY HILLMAN AND LORNA REID Unleash your creativity and make a beautiful head wreath made from herbs, dried flowers, ribbon and lace. JUGGLING with BRYAN BENTON Do you know how to juggle? Would you like to? Experienced jugglers will be on hand to turn normal people into jugglers by teaching tricks from simple juggling to complex multiple juggler patterns. HACKY SACK with BRYAN TREVASKIS Learn how to play Hacky Sack, a solo or group game that resembles juggling with your feet! TIE-DYE with AMANDA & MATT JONES Come and enjoy the art of tie dying. Choose a S,M,L,or XL t-shirt, which is provided for you. First come, first served. Come prepared to wait in line, making amends for the weather conditions. Look for the tie-dyed banner! FELTING with ANNE BLANKENHORN Learn to create a piece of beautiful felt from carded wool using soap and water. You will shape, stitch and embellish your felt into fun and useful items such as bracelets, hatbands, purses, cell phone covers, eyeglass cases, can cozies and bracelets. OPEN MIC with CHRIS HUNTOON “Your daytime chance to perform on stage” This open mic stage is set up for complete bands or individuals and has the ability to photograph & record your performance. Because there is not a set time limit for performances, this stage gives you the opportunity to perform complete sets of music. Anyone interested in performing on stage is welcome. The stage is next to the Gladys Wernette building in MiddleGround. NO SEW BANDANA TOTE BAG with CHRISTINE STECKLER No sewing, just cut and knot. This tote bag made with bandana’s will be your new favorite bag DISC GOLF with NICK HANSEN AND MATT BLUE Disc Golf is a sport in which individual players throw a flying disc into a basket or sometimes at a target. Learn how to play this popular game. Volunteer will help you get started and explain the rules of the game. HULA HOOPS with BEN DUSSEAU Twirled around the waist, limbs, or neck the hula hoop is a fun way to exercise. Make your own hoop and learn the art & techniques of using the hula hoop for fun and exercise. AROMATHERAPY BATH SALTS with ADA RIVES Learn to sew your own organza bag and decorate it with a variety of colorful beads & ribbons. Then create your own homemade aromatherapy bath salts to put in the beautiful bag you have created. HANDMADE FLOWER PINS with JESSI BAILEY Floral pins are easy to make accessories that add a bit of decoration to your outfit. This activity will allow you to create a unique pin from a variety of fabric art supplies. HIPPY HEADBANDS with LEE ANN CREAGER Create a one of a kind, fun, festive head wreath by tying various lengths of fabric on a headband. No sewing involved, just a few knots, strategically placed, will create your headband. The free flowing head wreath will make you want to dance in the moonlight. RUBBER BAND BRACELETS with ANNELIESE STECKLER Different color rubber bands are used to weave this bracelet. The simple design makes it easy to make more than one bracelet for a colorful combination or just one bracelet of different colors. FRIENDSHIP BRACELETS with JUDY FOGLE There are many types of friendship bracelets but they all have one common purpose. They are all symbols of friendship you have with a best friend. Learn to hand weave these bracelets using embroidery thread to create a bracelet for yourself or a friend. ROCKIN’ BOBBY PINS with KATY MUNN Create your new favorite hair accessory. By stringing cord and leather with beads and feathers, then attaching to a bobby pin, you will add new dimension to your style. BUTTON RINGS with HOLLY BRIGANCE Learn to make rings out of simple crafting supplies. Just some elastic, a few buttons and a little creativity and you will have a new piece of jewelry.
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