Scrapbooking Classes At Bath County Library

Hot Springs, VA – A new scrapbooking class is starting at the Bath County Public Library. This is Sharon Lindsay for the Bath Library.

Do you have pictures and personal family history that you would like to preserve? Well come join us on Tuesday August 17 at 6pm for our first scrapbooking class. Scrapbooking is a method of preserving personal and family history. Typical memorabilia includes photographs, printed media, artwork. Scrap book albums are decorated and it’s a wide pastime in America and other parts of the world.
Scrapbooking is an old method of preserving information and history.

Scrapbooking began in the 15th century in England and today it is one of the most widely used methods of preserving family history. The Bath County Library will be starting our scrapbooking class which will be held every third Tuesday.

It’s being taught by Mrs. Debbie Chaplin. It’s a free class all you have to do is bring your materials, paper, stickers and of course all those wonderful pictures and artwork that you want to preserve. Give us a call at the library if you’d like more information. And we look forward to seeing you at the first scrapbooking class which is Tuesday August 17 at 6pm at the Bath County Public Library.

And remember the library is open Mondays 9 to 1, Tuesdays from 12 noon to 8pm, Wednesday Thursday Friday from 9 to 5 and Saturday from 9 to 1.

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Heather Niday

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