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This Saturday, September 13 from 11am-noon at SCRAP Humboldt’s The (Re)Workshop, 101 H street, Arcata.
In partnership with the City of Arcata’s Reusable Bag Ordinance.
Students are returning from summer vacations and teachers are working in their classrooms getting organized; its that time of year. SCRAP Humboldt is not only a great resource for students, but for teachers as well. With affordable and diverse materials, teachers can stock their classrooms without breaking the bank. With our Teacher Membership, teachers receive a 20% discount on materials all year long.
“SCRAP is my go-to source for classroom materials and inspiration. They have all sorts of high quality, quirky arty supplies for collaborative projects. Last year, my students adorned paper mache’ cell models with beads, buttons, and fabric from SCRAP. Our lab bins are full of other odds and ends from SCRAP: syringes (without needles!) for experimenting with air pressure, containers for starting seeds, and nature images for creating food webs. Get yourself over to SCRAP and get inspired! It’s great for you, your students, and your community!” – A local middle school teacher
Join us! Check out the great project lead by the Northcoast Environmental Center!
North Coast Open Studios at SCRAP Humboldt!
Local artist Malia Matsumoto will be facilitating a yarn-based workshop, where participants can aid in the creation of her future C street Sculpture in Eureka. Learn to make pom-poms, weave and wrap forms, and hear about her previous yarn-based installation in the Creamery district. The installation of SCRAP Humboldt’s “yarn bomb” by local artist, Sierra Leash of Crafty Gigs, will be installed during that weekend as well.