Recycled Book Turkeys at Natrona County Library

Nov 6, 2017

On Saturday, November 4, more than 60 patrons gathered at the Natrona County Library for a little Thanksgiving, craftastic fun!  Using books that were otherwise headed to the recycling bin, participants cut, folded, colored, rolled, taped, and hot glued their way to gorgeous Recycled Book Turkeys. Each had a slightly different vision — for example, one patron only used cookbook pages to create a colorful, delicious, tail for her turkey.  Many tables in Natrona County will have beautiful centerpieces on them this year, reminding us all how thankful we are for libraries.

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