The pace of progress is speeding up at the old Butterball plant on Second Avenue and Emery Street in Longmont, where the city’s newest craft brewery is less than two months away from opening its doors and taps. The crew of Wibby Brewing at 209 Emery is In a basement in the Cleveland suburbs live many of my childhood toys, plastic bins that contain a catalog of Fisher Price’s offerings in the mid-1970s. Little People galore. I suspect visitors to this weekend’s Asheville Toy Expo might be interested Introducing us for another section of the awesome “CRAFT CLUB FOR KIDS” class! Join us for five weeks of new activity-based studio art classes for kids — Wednesdays at 3:30, starting May 27th! Price of the class is $65. Activities will include Jennifer Garner is all smiles while doing arts and crafts projects with young kids at the launch for her We Made It line on Monday (May 18) at Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica, Calif. We Made It by Jennifer Garner, a new line of creative kits and Thousands of visitors will flock to downtown Corning from Thursday through Sunday for the sixth annual GlassFest. Among the attractions will be glass-making demonstrations, glass exhibits and artwork, wine and craft beer tasting, live music, a fireworks SUPPLIES: Butterfly pattern, different colors of paint, paint containers, spoons, scissors, white construction paper, newspaper SET UP: Cut the butterfly shape out of the white construction paper. Fold the paper in half and then open the butterfly. .
This free event on Saturday, May 23, will feature live farm animals, crafts, games, music, and a chef at the Market offering samples of the season’s best produce. Kids Day activities are from 9-11:30 a.m., while the market is open 8 a.m.–noon. Battle Abbey is running a Squire School from May 23 until May 31. The site of the 1066 Battle of Hastings, children are able to take part in kids’ crafts and storytelling while exploring the Abbey’s hidden corners. Open 10am until 5pm. Entry costs from £8 The makings of a great meal often start with a ramble through the woods or a field for Susan Vinskofski. In recent years, the culinary possibilities that come with foraging have increasingly fascinated the Clarks Summit resident. One example of this ORINDA — Like a lot of guys and a few gals, Steve Meagher made home-brewed beer for the first time when he was in college. “It was awful, just horrible, because I wanted it to be high-alcohol and ready tomorrow,” Meagher recalled. But last year, at a 50th .