What is iMake?
iMake is a weekly maker program for ages 10-18 designed to learn new skills and socialize with friends! Come make cool crafts like iPod speakers and hand sewn books, and learn skills like weaving, building and cyanotype printing! Past projects have included homemade bouncy balls, DIY sidewalk chalk, tie-dye and basic photo development.
When and Where
iMake takes place every Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at the Main Library, either in the Community Room or in the Teen Area.
Fall Schedule 2017
September 12: Wire flowers—Use beading wire and nail polish to create tiny, colorful flowers.
September 19: CD mandala suncatchers—Upcycle old CDs into beautiful suncatchers using window paint!
September 26: Solar cooker—Using simple household materials, make a solar cooker that really works!
October 3: Needle felting—Create two or three dimensional works of art made from colorful wool that you shape with a felting needle.
October 10: Harry Potter Howlers—Send a message to a friend, Hogwarts style!
October 17: Cork pendants—Recycle old corks into fashionable pendants, earrings, keychains and more.
October 24: Origami wallets—Learn how to make a simple wallet out of scrapbook paper.
October 31: Costume craft-off—Create a costume out of the supplied materials…within an hour!! Participants will have a chance to show off their creations at a mini-fashion show.
November 7: Headphone holders—Make a stylish case to store your headphones in, keeping them safe and tangle-free while still within easy reach!
November 14: Duct tape flowers & feathers—Use duct tape to make colorful flowers and decorative feathers.
November 21: Book turkeys—Fold old books into turkey centerpieces!
iMake is made possible through the support of the Friends of the South Portland Public Library. For more information, call Youth Services at 767-7660 x 3.