DIY night at public library


When tying a ribbon around a boxed gift, three hands are better than two. From left are Wilmington Public Library teen librarian Nikia Granger and Scarlett Cucculelli.

When tying a ribbon around a boxed gift, three hands are better than two. From left are Wilmington Public Library teen librarian Nikia Granger and Scarlett Cucculelli.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

At this table at the Wilmington Public Library there were tools and materials such as scissors, a hot glue gun, and small wooden letter tiles to make personalized items including key chains. From left are Haden Mueller and Nathan Ritze.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

At the Wilmington Public Library, youth were provided the materials to make necklaces and bracelets on their own, which included choosing their preferred colors among the beads in a jar. At other tables young people could make key chains, Christmas ornaments, and sugar scrub for hands. To top it off, they were assisted with the art and science of wrapping presents. In the photo, clockwise from left are Scarlett Cucculelli, Kai Alexander, Ben Alexander and Fiona Powell. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com .


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

When tying a ribbon around a boxed gift, three hands are better than two. From left are Wilmington Public Library teen librarian Nikia Granger and Scarlett Cucculelli.

At this table at the Wilmington Public Library there were tools and materials such as scissors, a hot glue gun, and small wooden letter tiles to make personalized items including key chains. From left are Haden Mueller and Nathan Ritze.

At the Wilmington Public Library, youth were provided the materials to make necklaces and bracelets on their own, which included choosing their preferred colors among the beads in a jar. At other tables young people could make key chains, Christmas ornaments, and sugar scrub for hands. To top it off, they were assisted with the art and science of wrapping presents. In the photo, clockwise from left are Scarlett Cucculelli, Kai Alexander, Ben Alexander and Fiona Powell. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com .

When tying a ribbon around a boxed gift, three hands are better than two. From left are Wilmington Public Library teen librarian Nikia Granger and Scarlett Cucculelli.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_wrapping_p.jpgWhen tying a ribbon around a boxed gift, three hands are better than two. From left are Wilmington Public Library teen librarian Nikia Granger and Scarlett Cucculelli. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

At this table at the Wilmington Public Library there were tools and materials such as scissors, a hot glue gun, and small wooden letter tiles to make personalized items including key chains. From left are Haden Mueller and Nathan Ritze.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_two_guys_p.jpgAt this table at the Wilmington Public Library there were tools and materials such as scissors, a hot glue gun, and small wooden letter tiles to make personalized items including key chains. From left are Haden Mueller and Nathan Ritze. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

At the Wilmington Public Library, youth were provided the materials to make necklaces and bracelets on their own, which included choosing their preferred colors among the beads in a jar. At other tables young people could make key chains, Christmas ornaments, and sugar scrub for hands. To top it off, they were assisted with the art and science of wrapping presents. In the photo, clockwise from left are Scarlett Cucculelli, Kai Alexander, Ben Alexander and Fiona Powell. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com .
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_beads_p.jpgAt the Wilmington Public Library, youth were provided the materials to make necklaces and bracelets on their own, which included choosing their preferred colors among the beads in a jar. At other tables young people could make key chains, Christmas ornaments, and sugar scrub for hands. To top it off, they were assisted with the art and science of wrapping presents. In the photo, clockwise from left are Scarlett Cucculelli, Kai Alexander, Ben Alexander and Fiona Powell. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com . Gary Huffenberger | News Journal