Making & Creative Arts

Sand Art

Come and play in the sand! Fun for the whole family. Create unique sand art in bottles.

The library will provide all supplies; you bring the creativity.

Space is limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.  

Sugar Skulls

Sparkly, decorated sugar skulls date back to the 17th century in Mexico. These folk art skulls are used during Dia de los Muertos in celebration of the departed. Come join to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month to dcorate sugar skulls with us!  For teens only.

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The Big Draw

Release your inner artist at the Big Draw! Hosted by the Walt Disney Family Museum, the Big Draw is the world's largest drawing festival.

Join the Green Boomobile and its staff at this free family event where the many innovative and interactive drop-in activities for all ages will inspire...

VIVA Mexican Yarn Painting

Mexican yarn painting is a traditional art form of the Huichol people of Mexico. Materials provided. For teens & tweens, ages 8 to 18 years old. Space is limited, please call Chinatown Branch Library for registration, Tel: (415)355-2888. For information, please contact Jewel at...

DIY Tote Bag with GoGo Craft

In this hand-sewing workshop we will teach you how to customized a plain bag into a unique tote to that you can use to carry your library books or shop at your local farmer's market. Applique a cotton tote with San Francisco images or a theme that fits your event. Tote Bag provided. Ages 10 and...

VIVA Mexican Yarn Paintings

Mexican yarn painting is a traditional art form of the Huichol people of Mexico. Materials provided. For teens & tweens, ages 8 to 18 years old. Space is limited, please call North Beach Branch Library for registration, Tel: (415)355-5626. For information, please contact Jewel at...

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