Creativebug is the newest addition to the Library’s growing collection of e-Resources. Watch thousands of step-by-step video tutorials from arts & crafts experts and learn to make anything from ceramics to stitching, book binding to baking, and so much more. With new classes added all the time, Creativebug is a great place to find inspiration for your next craft, party theme, or costume.
Each class is divided into chapters, which makes following along easier than ever, and projects are available for all skill levels, ages, and interests. Users can browse classes by categories including art & design, sewing, quilting, knitting, paper, food & home, jewelry, and holiday & party.
Additionally, Creativebug has a Daily Practice feature, which guides creators in long-term projects and challenges designed to sharpen skills and bring peace to mind. Available practices include a 30-day printmaking challenge, daily color meditation, and guides to help overcome your creative block.
Gain unlimited access to Creativebug with your Library card here.
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Just because our doors are closed doesn't mean we aren't continuing to provide entertaining and educational programming.
We've partnered with Flyte, a New Orleans based nonprofit, to provide two free virtual personal finance series each week about managing money during COVID-19. Virtual Personal Finance Series.
In addition to our weekly...
Even though you can't go to Jazz Fest, you can still listen to many of the artists who were scheduled to perform. We've created a Jazz Fest 2020 playlist on Hoopla. You must be logged in to Hoopla to access the playlist.
In addition to this playlist, Hoopla offers over...
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