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Richmond Heights Library and Rec Center Welcomes Story Stitchers


 

Richmond Heights Library and Recreation Center’s Youth Services Librarian Betsy Simmons welcomed Saint Louis Story Stitchers today. Betsy helped the artists set up displays of current work in the foyers of both the Richmond Heights Library and the Recreation Center, which welcome residents of all ages from the Brentwood, Maplewood, and Richmond Heights neighborhoods.  In the library, the public can enjoy Story Stitchers writing, artwork, books, videos, podcasts, Make a Wish at a Perception Isn’t Always Reality “Wish Box” or play the Trap Life board game, all developed by artists in the Collective. Featured in the cabinet displays are StitchCast Studio, Trap Life board game, Curating Teen Voices: Coming of Age portfolio, and still from Good For Your Health.

Richmond Heights Library and the Recreation Center

8001 Dale Ave., Richmond Heights, MO 63117

Dates: February 1 through 28, 2022

 

If you are interested in hosting a Story Stitchers display, exhibition, or performance, please reach out to storystitchers@gmail.com.

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