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Stitching In The Stacks: Peyton Heart Project (95th)

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
95th Street Library
Nomura Room
This season's pay-it-forward community project supports the Peyton Heart Project which raises global awareness about suicide, bullying and helps end the stigma surrounding mental health issues. The library’s program will focus on knitting or crocheting little hearts – each one made by hand, representing the delicate heart of a life lost to suicide and including inspiring quotes attached to them. The hearts will be placed in public places throughout the world for people to find during their everyday lives. The hope is the hearts will compel people to stop for a moment and reflect on a young life lost to suicide, on bullying and on the fact that everyone’s life matters. Participants should bring their choice of yarn and needles, and the library will supply easy patterns. Stitchers may also bring their own projects to work on with fellow crafters. All skill levels may attend, and experienced crafters are welcome to share their expertise and work with staff to help beginners. For more information, contact Cela Zofkie at 630-961-4100, ext. 2238.
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Stitching In The Stacks: Peyton Heart Project (NBL)

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Naper Blvd. Library
LL Conf. Room
This season's pay-it-forward community project supports the Peyton Heart Project which raises global awareness about suicide, bullying and helps end the stigma surrounding mental health issues. The library’s program will focus on knitting or crocheting little hearts – each one made by hand, representing the delicate heart of a life lost to suicide and including inspiring quotes attached to them. The hearts will be placed in public places throughout the world for people to find during their everyday lives. The hope is the hearts will compel people to stop for a moment and reflect on a young life lost to suicide, on bullying and on the fact that everyone’s life matters. Participants should bring their choice of yarn and needles, and the library will supply easy patterns. Stitchers may also bring their own projects to work on with fellow crafters. All skill levels may attend, and experienced crafters are welcome to share their expertise and work with staff to help beginners. For more information, contact Cela Zofkie at 630-961-4100, ext. 2238.
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Stitching In The Stacks: Peyton Heart Project (95th)

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
95th Street Library
Nomura Room
This season's pay-it-forward community project supports the Peyton Heart Project which raises global awareness about suicide, bullying and helps end the stigma surrounding mental health issues. The library’s program will focus on knitting or crocheting little hearts – each one made by hand, representing the delicate heart of a life lost to suicide and including inspiring quotes attached to them. The hearts will be placed in public places throughout the world for people to find during their everyday lives. The hope is the hearts will compel people to stop for a moment and reflect on a young life lost to suicide, on bullying and on the fact that everyone’s life matters. Participants should bring their choice of yarn and needles, and the library will supply easy patterns. Stitchers may also bring their own projects to work on with fellow crafters. All skill levels may attend, and experienced crafters are welcome to share their expertise and work with staff to help beginners. For more information, contact Cela Zofkie at 630-961-4100, ext. 2238.
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Stitching In The Stacks: Peyton Heart Project (95th)

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
95th Street Library
Nomura Room
This season's pay-it-forward community project supports the Peyton Heart Project which raises global awareness about suicide, bullying and helps end the stigma surrounding mental health issues. The library’s program will focus on knitting or crocheting little hearts – each one made by hand, representing the delicate heart of a life lost to suicide and including inspiring quotes attached to them. The hearts will be placed in public places throughout the world for people to find during their everyday lives. The hope is the hearts will compel people to stop for a moment and reflect on a young life lost to suicide, on bullying and on the fact that everyone’s life matters. Participants should bring their choice of yarn and needles, and the library will supply easy patterns. Stitchers may also bring their own projects to work on with fellow crafters. All skill levels may attend, and experienced crafters are welcome to share their expertise and work with staff to help beginners. For more information, contact Cela Zofkie at 630-961-4100, ext. 2238.
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Stitching In The Stacks: Peyton Heart Project (NBL)

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Naper Blvd. Library
LL Conf. Room
This season's pay-it-forward community project supports the Peyton Heart Project which raises global awareness about suicide, bullying and helps end the stigma surrounding mental health issues. The library’s program will focus on knitting or crocheting little hearts – each one made by hand, representing the delicate heart of a life lost to suicide and including inspiring quotes attached to them. The hearts will be placed in public places throughout the world for people to find during their everyday lives. The hope is the hearts will compel people to stop for a moment and reflect on a young life lost to suicide, on bullying and on the fact that everyone’s life matters. Participants should bring their choice of yarn and needles, and the library will supply easy patterns. Stitchers may also bring their own projects to work on with fellow crafters. All skill levels may attend, and experienced crafters are welcome to share their expertise and work with staff to help beginners. For more information, contact Cela Zofkie at 630-961-4100, ext. 2238.
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Stitching In The Stacks: Peyton Heart Project (95th)

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
95th Street Library
Nomura Room
This season's pay-it-forward community project supports the Peyton Heart Project which raises global awareness about suicide, bullying and helps end the stigma surrounding mental health issues. The library’s program will focus on knitting or crocheting little hearts – each one made by hand, representing the delicate heart of a life lost to suicide and including inspiring quotes attached to them. The hearts will be placed in public places throughout the world for people to find during their everyday lives. The hope is the hearts will compel people to stop for a moment and reflect on a young life lost to suicide, on bullying and on the fact that everyone’s life matters. Participants should bring their choice of yarn and needles, and the library will supply easy patterns. Stitchers may also bring their own projects to work on with fellow crafters. All skill levels may attend, and experienced crafters are welcome to share their expertise and work with staff to help beginners. For more information, contact Cela Zofkie at 630-961-4100, ext. 2238.
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Stitching In The Stacks: Peyton Heart Project (95th)

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
95th Street Library
Nomura Room
This season's pay-it-forward community project supports the Peyton Heart Project which raises global awareness about suicide, bullying and helps end the stigma surrounding mental health issues. The library’s program will focus on knitting or crocheting little hearts – each one made by hand, representing the delicate heart of a life lost to suicide and including inspiring quotes attached to them. The hearts will be placed in public places throughout the world for people to find during their everyday lives. The hope is the hearts will compel people to stop for a moment and reflect on a young life lost to suicide, on bullying and on the fact that everyone’s life matters. Participants should bring their choice of yarn and needles, and the library will supply easy patterns. Stitchers may also bring their own projects to work on with fellow crafters. All skill levels may attend, and experienced crafters are welcome to share their expertise and work with staff to help beginners. For more information, contact Cela Zofkie at 630-961-4100, ext. 2238.
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Stitching In The Stacks: Peyton Heart Project (NBL)

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Naper Blvd. Library
LL Conf. Room
This season's pay-it-forward community project supports the Peyton Heart Project which raises global awareness about suicide, bullying and helps end the stigma surrounding mental health issues. The library’s program will focus on knitting or crocheting little hearts – each one made by hand, representing the delicate heart of a life lost to suicide and including inspiring quotes attached to them. The hearts will be placed in public places throughout the world for people to find during their everyday lives. The hope is the hearts will compel people to stop for a moment and reflect on a young life lost to suicide, on bullying and on the fact that everyone’s life matters. Participants should bring their choice of yarn and needles, and the library will supply easy patterns. Stitchers may also bring their own projects to work on with fellow crafters. All skill levels may attend, and experienced crafters are welcome to share their expertise and work with staff to help beginners. For more information, contact Cela Zofkie at 630-961-4100, ext. 2238.
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Stitching In The Stacks: Peyton Heart Project (95th)

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
95th Street Library
Nomura Room
This season's pay-it-forward community project supports the Peyton Heart Project which raises global awareness about suicide, bullying and helps end the stigma surrounding mental health issues. The library’s program will focus on knitting or crocheting little hearts – each one made by hand, representing the delicate heart of a life lost to suicide and including inspiring quotes attached to them. The hearts will be placed in public places throughout the world for people to find during their everyday lives. The hope is the hearts will compel people to stop for a moment and reflect on a young life lost to suicide, on bullying and on the fact that everyone’s life matters. Participants should bring their choice of yarn and needles, and the library will supply easy patterns. Stitchers may also bring their own projects to work on with fellow crafters. All skill levels may attend, and experienced crafters are welcome to share their expertise and work with staff to help beginners. For more information, contact Cela Zofkie at 630-961-4100, ext. 2238.
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