February 19, 2019

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"Our Changing Climate: Knitting the Narrative"

Thursday, October 11
10AM
NCMC, Library, Petoskey
Art

A group of nine women from NCMC combined their knitting & art talents with their concern about the environment to create a series of long, knit works where changing color represents the daily high temperatures for one year.

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