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Investing in the Future
of Your Libraries
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Home is Where the Heart is 2022 – Taste and Smell

This week, take the time to taste and smell your way to warmth. Make something that smells delicious or try out a new recipe. Below you will find some activities, a library resource and some book suggestions that are sure to give you some ideas to inspire a sense of home. 

 

 

 

Activities

  • Learn how to make Masala Chai tea with our Honorary event chair, Hetal Vasavada. Watch her recording from the libraries last December: https://youtu.be/JD84EGqXbO8

Library Resource Highlight

Get crafting with Creativebug! You can choose from 5000+ online classes taught by crafting artists and ranging on subjects from painting and drawing to canning and preserving. You can take classes, get inspiration, and participate in the daily practice series. If you have the time, check out Creativebug Television (CBTV), where you can get a behind the scenes look at some of the artists featured on Creativebug. Requires library card number that starts with “29041” library card. Start here: https://www.creativebug.com/lib/smcl

Craft idea: Make Valentine’s Day Painted chocolates or an herbal infused body oil: 

Books 

For the kids

DIY scratch and sniff bookmark: https://www.diys.com/scratch-and-sniff-bookmarks/ 

 

Haven’t registered yet?

Register today 

 

Each week, all registered guests will receive weekly recommendations including books, activities, library resources and something for the kids. It will also include a link for that week’s prize drawing. Register early for the most chances to enter every week and win a great prize provided by one of our in-kind donors.  

While you wait for the event, please take a look at the silent auction items available to you. These items will support the overall event. The auction is live through February 6.

 

Thank you to our honorary event committee: 

Hetal Vasavada
Shawn Harris
Joanna Ho

Thank you to our sponsors
     

Brodart
Overdrive

Foundation for San Mateo County Libraries