I picked up the Mid-Continent library system's community program catalog for the Fall season at my local branch. There are 30 branch libraries in the whole system. I see, for my local branch, there are several craft classes and clubs offered like a candy-making class for teens, craft classes for preschoolers, an interior design class on decorating for the fall, a KC Chiefs Face Painting class, a scrapbooking club that meets for two hours once a month, pumpkin carving for teens, and a quilting and knitting club.
Across the system, some of the most interesting craft classes are: Art, Illustration & Graphic Design Exhibit, beading, beginning tatting, brad bracelets, candy & cooking classes, cemetery art, crochet classes, a Dear Jane Quilt group, drawing, dry embossing, duct tape creations, face painting, finger painting, friendship bracelets, gingerbread houses, greeting cards & Kirigami greeting cards, making gum paste flowers for cakes, holiday crafts, home design, Japanese calligraphy, jewelry, journaling, Native American crafts, needlework classes, origami, ornaments, paint-by-gum, photo classes & club, plastic models, punch needle, sticky note airplanes, stitched tea towels, snowflake stitchery sampler, and wall decorations. For more information or to register for craft classes, see the library's new website: www.mymcpl.org/programs