July Art Stumble with Nozomi Takasu

This weekend at Platetone, Nozomi Takasu will be showing her art and hosting an open studio. She’ll be teaching guests how to make Tanabata ornaments—Japanese paper ornaments that are meant to make your wishes come true.

For more information about this FREE, all ages event, click here.

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