Crafternoon: Mexican Paper Flowers

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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 an outdoor event, please keep social distancing in mind; masks are recommended. 

This month we are celebrating Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month by making Mexican Paper Flowers. Paper flowers are used throughout Mexican culture, having been used to decorate churches during seasons when natural flowers were not available. These paper flowers have evolved and are used for a variety of celebrations, from weddings, birthdays, funerals, to adornments for your hair! 

Register below, limited quantities in supplies available on a first-come, first-serve basis on the day of the program.

 

Let's get crafty! 

Check out our other programming to celebrate Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month! 
In-person and Online.