Former Artist-in-Residence at Pinney Library, Angela Johnson, heads to Meadowridge Library to lead a Legacy Box workshop for older adults! Legacy Boxes are a way to commemorate a special family member or event, and Angela is hosting a 2-day workshop in which she'll teach a small group of seniors how to make their memories last in a creative way.
Legacy Boxes can be folded to sit on a shelf or display as a triptych. Attendees should bring small item/s and photo/s to add into the box; the dimension inside the box are about 1”. Bring an open mind, flexibility and an idea of a person, project, or memory you would like to honor in your legacy box.
This is a 2-day workshop and registrants must commit to attending the entire session from 11am - 3pm on both days. Breaks will be included; please bring your own snacks and beverages.
- Friday, February 2, 11am - 3pm
- Saturday, February 3, 11am - 3pm
These workshops have been developed for an intended audience of older adults 60+. Others welcome to register, space permitting.
This program is part of the Live Well @ Your Library initiative.