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Botanical Printmaking

Learn about printmaking and how it can be used to document, create, and appreciate the natural world. Participants will create their monoprints while working with Gelli plates, plant specimens, and acrylic paints. ​​

Winter: Conifers & Ferns

Spring: Non-Flowering Plants

Summer: Flowering Plants

Fall: Deciduous trees

At the following King County Libraries in 2024:

For registration information, please visit the KCLS website and events calendar.

Covington Library: February 24th

Maple Valley Library: March 16th

Black Diamond Library: March 30th

Issaquah Library: April 28th

Federal Way Library: May 25th

Algona-Pacific Library: July 10th 

Lake Hills Library: August 10th

Boulevard Park Library: August 17th

Covington Library: August 30th (Youth)

Newcastle Library: November 16th (ages 16+)

Event Registration

Many of these workshops are offered at King County Library System locations in Western Washington State. Registration is required, and it can be completed at www.kcls.org by searching for an event under the calendar tab.

Direct event links are also provided on linktree as they become available

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