WOODEN BIRDFEEDERS AND GARDEN SIGNS W/ LYDIA YODER @ SATURDAY CRAFTERNOONS
On Saturday, April 18th, Lydia Yoder from the Kincaid St. Community Garden came to Saturday Crafternoons! Lydia led us in creating wooden birdfeeders as well as creating wooden signs, using the lasercutter, to label the Kincaid St. Garden.
The kids were provided with small wooden pieces of various sizes and forms. The base of each birdfeeder had holes in it, to allow rain to pass through without impacting the bird food.
After they were done constructing their feeder, the kids could paint and decorate using acrylic paint in a variety of colors.
At another station, we provided laptops and research materials for the kids to learn more about certain vegetables that are grown at the Kincaid St. Community Garden.
After a bit of learning, we invited them to use the laser cutter to create embossed signs for the garden.
Huge thanks to Lydia for coming, we had a blast!
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Blog post written by Rebecca Sufrin, one of Assemble’s Repair the World volunteers.