There will be a metal crocheting jewelry workshop from noon to 4 p.m. June 22 at the Harlin Museum, 405 Worcester St. in West Plains. The class will be held in the classroom space and taught by Angela Bullard.

The workshop’s emphasis is on learning how to use metal wire to crochet a lacy bracelet.

Attendees must bring a size K metal crochet hook along with a pen and paper for note taking; all other materials are provided.

The price is $40 per person.

Contact Gladys Morris 255-0920 or gmorris@centurylink.net to sign up. Payment may be made at the door upon arrival.

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