Message from the Director
Livingston Library Community,
Are you excited for Maker Day 2023? Maker Day is all about the celebration of “maker” culture of all forms, including crafting, STEM, tinkering, and of course, making! On Saturday, March 25th from 11am – 2pm, children, teens, and adults are invited to drop in to the Livingston Public Library for our very own Maker Day event!
This year, the library will be hosting Maker Day in the Library’s program room, showcasing local exhibitors who will be sharing their unique trades, skills, and crafts such as woodworking, pressed flower cards, and crocheting! The Library also has fun events planned such as take-home crafts for children and adults, a collaborative LEGO cityscape building station, and more! You can learn more about Maker Day on the Library’s event calendar, here.
We can’t wait to see you at Livingston’s 2023 Maker Day!
Amy Babcock, Director
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