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Crafting a masterpiece at Willmar Public LIbrary

WILLMAR -- Crafters came to create and color Wednesday at the Willmar Public Library. The Craft Circle and Serene Scenes decided to combine forces and meet together to celebrate their love of crafts. Participants had the opportunity to fold iris ...

Erica Dischino / TribuneLiane Yungerberg, left, and Adult Services Librarian Syrena Maranell work on craft projects Wednesday at the Willmar Public Library during the newly designated "Craft and Coloring" session, a combination of formerly separate programs called "Craft Circle" and "Serene Scenes." Attendees can bring their own crafts or use provided supplies for such things as coloring, paper folding or paint by sticker.
Erica Dischino / Tribune Liane Yungerberg, left, and Adult Services Librarian Syrena Maranell work on craft projects Wednesday at the Willmar Public Library during the newly designated "Craft and Coloring" session, a combination of formerly separate programs called "Craft Circle" and "Serene Scenes." Attendees can bring their own crafts or use provided supplies for such things as coloring, paper folding or paint by sticker.

WILLMAR - Crafters came to create and color Wednesday at the Willmar Public Library.
The Craft Circle and Serene Scenes decided to combine forces and meet together to celebrate their love of crafts. Participants had the opportunity to fold iris paper, color, paint and more.

Erica Dischino is a photojournalist for the West Central Tribune and Forum News Service. She grew up in northern New Jersey and has lived in the Midwest since 2017. She enjoys photographing the stories of west central Minnesota from county fairs, parades and pandemics. Feel free to contact her at edischino@wctrib.com or 320-894-8865 with your best photo ideas.
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