GREENEVILLE – The concept might appear to come straight from a plot in a “MacGyver” episode, but people really can accomplish a lot with paper, string and glue.
Tusculum University will demonstrate many of the items one can make with these objects in upcoming craft workshops for children ages 8-12. Museums of Tusculum will host “Things You Can Do with Paper, String & Glue” June 22, June 29, July 13 and July 20. Each session will discuss a different way someone can use these objects.
These Saturday workshops will be held from 10 a.m.-noon at the Doak House Museum on Tusculum’s Greeneville campus. Each workshop costs $10 for the first child in the family and $8 for additional siblings in the target age range.
“These sessions are a great opportunity for children to learn how they can use basic items to make neat crafts and play items,” said Dollie Boyd, Tusculum’s director of museums. “They expand a child’s horizons and spur their creativity in new and interesting ways.”
To preregister, please call the museum at 423-636-8554 or email email@example.com.