What can you make with old tree branches, some feathers, and string? A wind chime is just one example of a ‘Crafting with Nature Workshop’ led by Ingleside Parks and Recreation inside the Humble Community Center Friday, July 28th, participants including both children and adults from Aransas Pass and the Ingleside-area. The group enjoyed a cool, air-conditioned workspace as temperatures soared well into the 90’s, the humidity outside making temperatures even more oppressive. The event was free of charge. Organizer Anne Fontenot shared that the activity generated a lot of engagement and enthusiasm. “Everyone is having a good time,” she said, hoping to schedule more of these arts and crafts programs that have been enthusiastically embraced by young adults and older residents alike.
Courtesy: Ingleside Parks & Recreation
Crafting Meets Nature for Aransas Pass/Ingleside Kids and Adults