Crafternoon: Corn Husk Dolls

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Crafternoon is a monthly series where your imagination and creativity are unleashed with crafts and fun!
A  new craft every month!
This is intended as an outdoor event, please keep social distancing in mind; masks are recommended. 

This month, in celebration of Native & Indigenous American Heritage Month by making Corn Husk Dolls! These Dolls date back to Native American craftsmanship and later were adopted by European settlers and African Americans in colonial America. Today you will get to create your very own Corn Husk Doll and learn a little more about their origin and Native American culture. 

All supplies are provided, with limited quantities available on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Let's get crafty! 

Sponsored by the Friends of the Dallas Public Library