Sound Off

Sound Off: Does the Parks and Recreation department still teach weaving classes and use the looms that were in the Community Building basement?

The department does not offer weaving classes any more, according to Megan Gilliland, the city’s communications manager.

Comments

Benjamin Roberts 5 years ago

Watkins Museum does offer loom and weaving instruction.

LadyJ 5 years ago

Just when I was going to ask what happened to the looms. I would have been interested in one.

Beth Ennis 5 years ago

LadyJ I also have a loom for sale. Also, Yarn Barn has weaving classes.

https://post.craigslist.org/u/XDCBDmFo4RGPdCvWH63sYQ/dpr5u

unelectable 5 years ago

The looms were given to the arts center.

classclown 5 years ago

Don't forget fruit of the loom.

KU_cynic 5 years ago

I think it's cruel and inhumane to keep loons in the basement of the Community Building and force them to weave. The loons should be allowed to fly and swim freely in local lakes like the good Lord intended. They don't even have fingers, for goodness' sake, so how well can they be expected to weave.

What's that? Looms? Well, that's different. Never mind.

Miss Emily Litella

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