More January Programs at Cotuit Library

A little something for everyone...

Sgraffito Tile Workshop with Maureen Carven

Thursday, January 24th @ 1:00 PM

Cotuit Library

871 Main Street

Cotuit MA 02635

508-428-8141

 

Local artist Maureen Carven will be running a Sgraffito Tile Workshop here at Cotuit Library. Sgraffito is a form of decoration made by scratching through a surface to reveal a lower layer of a contrasting color, typically done in plaster or stucco on walls, or in slip on ceramics before firing. For this workshop, Maureen will provide tiles for all to scratch and design however you want. Maureen will then take them home and fire them up to be returned to all participants. Limit 12 people.

 

This program is free but please register at cotuitlibrary.org/events or contact the Library.

 

Marc Berger performs “RIDE”

Friday, January 25th @ 4:00 PM

Cotuit Library

871 Main Street

Cotuit MA 02635

508-428-8141

 

 

Marc has performed at Austin’s South X Southwest Music Festival and the Kerrville and Falcon Ridge Folk Festivals and has opened shows for Bob Dylan and other national acts. His current release, RIDE, is a collection of songs all having to do with the romance of the American West. At this special concert, Marc, accompanied by Joe Flood on guitar, mandolin and fiddle, will perform songs from RIDE and tell stories about his experiences as an easterner in the mountain and desert West. Hear tracks, watch video, get the backstory at www.marcbergermusic.com

 

 

This program is free but please register at cotuitlibrary.org/events or contact the Library.

 

Peruvian Weaving Craft*

Wednesday, January 30th @ 4:30 PM

Cotuit Library

871 Main Street

Cotuit MA 02635

508-428-8141

 

 

Cotuit Library has a fun craft for all ages for our Pathways of Peru with a little Peruvian Weaving Craft here at the Library. We’ll have everything you need, so just bring along the entire family and try your hand at weaving.

 

This program is free but please register at cotuitlibrary.org/events or contact the Library.


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