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Counted Cross-Stitch for Teens

Kenneth McNulty
6 p.m., Tuesday July 23 | Registration is Required

 The art form of counted cross-stitch, though old, is still exciting. This event is teaching beginners  how to do the craft  or those who want to work on their technique, do just that. The event is for those between the ages of 11 and 18. Supplies are provided.



Where: Campbell County Public Library, Cold Spring Branch
Phone: 859-781-6166
Address: 3920 Alexandria Pike
Website: www.cc-pl.org

Campbell County Public Library, Cold Spring Branch

3920 Alexandria Pike
Newport, Kentucky
41076
 
The Campbell County Public Library in Cold Springs.
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