Free summer Upcycled Kid Crafts program

Free summer Upcycled Kid Crafts program

North Hempstead Town Supervisor Jennifer DeSena and Council Member Mariann Dalimonte are hosting an Upcycled Kids Craft program with Cassigns of Port Washington for children ages 3 to 10 this summer.

The upcycling crafts will reclaim old materials and turn them into something new and give them a new life.

“The Upcycled Kids Craft program offers kids the opportunity to participate in a fun craft program, while simultaneously learning about ways to reclaim old materials and upcycle them to protect and preserve our environment,” DeSena said. “The Town is delighted to offer this program to our residents once again. There’s no better way to learn than by having fun while doing so!”

“I am so happy to once again partner with Cassign and owner Melanie Cassens for the second year in a row to host these fun and educational upcycle craft classes for our children,” said Dalimonte. “This helps them explore their imagination and creativity while instilling the importance of sustainability.”

Children can attend the classes on Wednesday, July 12, July 19, and Aug. 9, at 10 a.m. at Blumenfeld Park (Main Street, Port Washington), but must register in advance.

The classes are free and open to North Hempstead residents only. Guardians must be in attendance.

Wednesday, July 12 – Fish Wall Decoration/Wind Chime

Wednesday, July 19 – Tin Can Bird Feeder

Wednesday, August 9 – Build with Wood


For more information and to register, please call 311.

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