Winter Crafts

Brave the cold this season, and come to the Livingston Public Library, where we have some wonderful winter crafts planned to warm your inner artist!

Winter Wreath Making: On Wednesday, December 4 at 11am, the Livingston Library invites you to come and make winter wreaths in a program led by artist Robin K. Johson of Garden Arts for Adults!  We will be using creamy white silk flowers mixed with winter greens and berries to make the perfect welcoming decoration. Registration November 18, and you can do so here.   

Make a Birch Bark Snowflake Plaque: On Wednesday, December 18 at 11am, crafters will be making mosaic style birch bark snowflakes! We will be using birch bark scraps, pre-painted black wood, glue, and leather scraps to make these beautiful plaques! Registration opens on December 2, and you can do so here

Can’t wait until December?  Stop by the library and check out our wide array of crafting books!

-Jessica, Adult Services Librarian


Did you know the Livingston Library offers Trivia Nights?! It’s the place to be for those who love trivia, friendly competition, and awesome literary prizes.  We’ll be playing trivia with Kahoot! Trivia questions will be displayed on a screen, as participants use their smartphone to answer these questions in real time.  

So bring your friends and join us at tonight’s Trivia Night! We can’t wait to see you there.  To find out more and view other upcoming Trivia Night dates, check out our events calendar, here.

-Jessica, Adult Services Librarian