Topics are Knitting 101 and using garden foods in slow cookers

Whether it’s leaning to knit or getting ideas on how to use summer garden foods in the slow cooker, the Fontana Public Library has it covered with upcoming programs.

Knitting 101, a knitting class for beginners, will be held at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 7.

“Whether you’ve never knit a stitch or you would like to brush up on your basics, anyone is welcome to attend this free adult knitting class,” according to a flyer about the event.

Debbie Mentzer of Cashmere Cape in Williams Bay will teach the class. All supplies will be provided including basic knitting needles and yarn for participants to use and take home. However, guests who have needles and/or yarn they’re willing to bring with to use or share would be appreciated.

The class is limited to 12 participants and pre-registration is required with the library.

 Using garden’s bounty

Summer gardens are bursting with an abundance of delicious nutrition and an upcoming program at the library will focus on that and the use of slow cookers.

“We will talk through important ways to use garden produce to their maximum potential for use now and later, slow cooker safety dos and don’ts and share some delicious recipes,” according to the flyer.

The program is titled “Using Your Garden’s Bounty in Your Slow Cooker.”

This free adult program will be held at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 14 at the library.

Fontana Public Library is at 166 Second Ave. For more information about either program, stop in, call 262-275-5107, visit the website at fontana.lib.wi.us or follow the library on Facebook.

 
 

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