When:
03/24/2018 @ 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM
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2018-03-24T12:30:00-04:00

Dreamcatchers are a Native American tradition, originating with the Ojibwa tribes. Using a willow hoop and sinew, dreamcatchers were woven with sacred items like feathers or beads. It was sometimes referred to as a spider web charm or dream snare. Our dreamcatchers we will make with the Crafty Historian will be more modern in materials. We will wrap a CD (providing the warp for weaving), then use a circular weaving method and add beads and sparkles along the way.

Cost is $5 per weaver. Young participants will need to be able to do simple over/under weaving and tie knots. Adults are welcome. Reservations are required so that we will have enough supplies for everyone.

Online reservation HERE 

Email: [email protected] for details…