Monthly Archives: November 2021

They trained to do crafts. Their group became close-knit friends who helped the community.

KENT — They came for the coffee, the camaraderie and a creative outlet. What they gave back went to help the children. The group – called Saint Kateri’s Women’s Craft Group – has been meeting every Wednesday after Mass in a ground floor room at Saint Kateri Tekakwitha Parish for …

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‘Everything that needs to be built’: Upstate Materials speaks to students | Local news

PLATSBURGH – Upstone Materials is literally the foundation of the North Country. “We supply stone, hot asphalt and ready-mixed concrete to contractors across the region who build roads, homes, schools, hospitals,” said Regional Director Doug Henry. “Anything that needs to be built, we provide the materials to make it easier. …

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Robin Stroot: Random Thoughts on Crafting | Opinion

Update on my plants and roller coaster fiasco a few weeks ago. (This is where my watered plant, which I thought was drained, ended up draining all the way through my little bookshelf in my craft room.) The little drip plate under the planter didn’t did the job so I …

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Visiting Expo 2020 Dubai this weekend is a cinch, with adventure, crafts, shows and free food for the little ones

The list of outlets includes Veg’d, Farrago Express, XSYT and Mudra in the Sustainability Pavilion; Alif Café by farm2table and Farrago in the Mobility Pavilion; Gastro Roots of Hungary in the Hungarian pavilion; Canvas of Coffee Culture in the Opportunity pavilion; and Garden on 1 – Sports Bar, Kojaki, Baron, …

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Where To Find Crafts And Markets For Small Businesses The 21st show

While some small businesses have only closed their doors temporarily during the lockdown months – taking a hard hit along the way – many businesses, particularly in Illinois, have closed permanently. On the flip side, long lockouts and enduring quarantines offered a lot of extra free time that they never …

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An MP instructor builds a replica of the Taj Mahal for his wife

The Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, was erected in memory of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Now, years later, another man named Madhya Pradesh created an exquisite copy of the spellbinding monument as a gift to his wife. The incredible edifice has taken …

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12 of the best poncho patterns

Prima Colder days are here to stay, so if you’re looking for a new knitting project, why not consider a poncho? Hailing from South America, this timeless garment is made from a square or rectangular piece of fabric and features unstitched sides and a hole in the center for a …

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Weather conditions remain sparse in terms of snowfall in Denver and Boulder

Boulder recorded its first measurable snowfall of the season Tuesday evening through Wednesday morning while Denver has yet to receive its first snowfall, according to the National Weather Service. Only 0.1 inches of snowfall must be recorded to be considered the first snowfall of the season. Boulder received 0.3 inches …

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Create personalized crafts with your friends in this DIY workshop

TAMPA, Fla.—Looking to get crafty and sip beer or wine? AR Workshop Tampa has you covered. This DIY workshop has a range of projects to try, including chunky knit blankets and a variety of wood projects. The workshop also offers specialty classes led by local guests, such as creating a …

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Gloucestershire driving instructor model train company expands into new workspace

A Gloucestershire driving instructor out of work during the pandemic has started a new model train sales business. Jill Stevens, who has run her own driving school in Ledbury and Hereford for the past 12 years, started her new business after finding a leftover garbage bag of collectibles at her …

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Weather conditions remain stingy for snowfall in Denver and Boulder

Boulder recorded its first measurable snowfall of the season from Tuesday night to Wednesday morning while Denver has yet to receive its first snow, according to the National Weather Service. Only 0.1 inch of snow needs to be recorded to be considered the first snow of the season. Boulder received …

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Five models to create your own evening dress

We’re officially entering the holiday season, and if you’re short on clothes and don’t want to shop for fast fashion, Sew Over It has the solution. The UK’s leading tailoring community shared five designs with Prima, so you can join the millions of others in the UK who love to …

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Seattle DIY School for Adults Teaches Crafts and Self-Confidence

If you’ve ever watched NBC’s craft competition show, “Making It” and thought you could never do it, then you’d be wrong. At least that’s what Kiya Schnorr says. She is one of the teachers of Seattle works – an adult craft school that provides the tools and expert know-how to …

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Free Thanksgiving Movies, Clubs, Crafts and Books Shine a Light on What’s Happening at the Fall River Public Library This Week – Fall River Reporter

Here’s what’s happening at the Fall River Public Library this week. The library shows free movies on the big screen Mondays at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. The November 15 film is Reminiscence, starring Hugh Jackman (rated PG-13). On Tuesday, November 16, at 11 a.m., the library will host Preschool …

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PHOTOS: Regional artisans bring unique crafts and treats to Casper

CASPER, Wyo. – Over 200 vendors are set up this weekend at what is billed as “Wyoming’s Greatest Craft Fair.” This is the 30th annual Community Recreation Foundation event, according to Joy Lammers of the Casper Recreation Division. The craft fair continues Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Proceeds …

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Female army instructor who punched recruits and called them demoted

A British Army instructor who told junior recruits “You are mine now, b ***** s” was demoted after being convicted of beating teenage soldiers. Following a court martial, it was discovered that Corporal Kimberley Hey had punched a 16-year-old in the stomach on his first day of training and dealt …

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American Hygienics Corp. (AHC) leads the drafting of the standard for disposable nonwoven materials

SHANGHAI, China – September 13, 2021 – The Chinese National Textile and Clothing Council (CNTAC) has officially released the “Method for Testing and Evaluating Rinseability of Disposable Sanitary Nonwoven Materials.” “(GB / T 40181-2021). The standards apply to biodegradable and dispersible disposable sanitary nonwovens and specify the method of testing …

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Driving school instructor accused of sexually assaulting one of his students

A driving instructor sexually assaulted one of his students during a lesson before showing her a photo of a sex doll, a court has heard. David North would have often touched the young woman and would have shown an “inappropriate” interest in her while she was learning to drive in …

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Emotional Toolbox, Veterans Day, Assabet Craft Fair and Free Art

by Beth to November 8, 2021 Above: Highlights this week include the annual Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony. (Photo by Beth Melo) Here are the highlights of what’s happening around town this week. Monday, November 8, 2021 Youth Writing Club (3:30-4:30 p.m.) @ zoom: The Southborough Library is hosting this …

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Emotional Toolkit, Veterans Day, Assabet Craft Fair, and Free Art

through beth to November 8, 2021 Above: Highlights this week include the annual Veterans Day parade and ceremony. (Photo by Beth Melo) Here are the highlights of what’s happening around town this week. Monday, November 8, 2021 Youth writing club (3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.) @ zoom: Southborough Library is …

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Radio Show: Episode 3, Raw Material Supply for Textile Recycling | Materials & Production News

Radio Show: Episode 3, Raw Material Supply for Textile Recycling | Materials & Production News | New OTHER MCL NEWS & MEDIA PUBLICATIONS © 2008 – 2021 MCL News and Media Interested in advertising? Just call us Sales: +44 1977 708488 Or if you prefer email, click the button below …

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Former Citadel Theater employee, U of A instructor charged with sexual assault

Edmonton- A 49-year-old man has been charged with multiple sexual assaults on a teenage girl in the early 2000s. The Edmonton Police Department began investigating the historic sexual assaults in August 2021. It was reported to police that between March 2006 and September 2007 the accused began a relationship with …

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Radio Show: Episode 2, Next Generation Pulp From Post-Consumer Textiles | Materials & Production News

Radio Show: Episode 2, Next Generation Pulp From Post-Consumer Textiles | Materials & Production News | New OTHER MCL NEWS & MEDIA PUBLICATIONS © 2008 – 2021 MCL News and Media Interested in advertising? Just call us Sales: +44 1977 708488 Or if you prefer email, click the button below …

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‘I’m ready to go’: Toronto woman makes paper poppies to support veterans

TORONTO – In a house decorated with shiny paper poppies, you’ll find their creator at work, surrounded by a stack of red and black tissue paper. “I just thought, you know, my dad would really love that if he was here,” said Margot Rockett, who decided to make poppies in …

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