Date: 
Wed, 06/07/2017 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Location: 

  • Burlington County Library
Room: 
Youth Services Department

The Ojo de Dios or god’s eye mandalas are traditional symbols that were used by many indigenous Native American tribes, especially the Ancient Pueblo Indians. They are made by wrapping colorful yarn in a simple weaving pattern around 2 sticks, and can be used as window hangers or dream catchers!

 

  • Drop in anytime from 6-8 pm
  • All ages
  • Registration is requested; but not required
  • Supplies may be limited

Type: 

  • Kids
  • Family

Registration Status: 

  • Registration Requested
Presented by: 
Ms Chris
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