DIY Saturday the Year of Stones and Crystals- Emerald

Saturday, May 28th, 2022

Time
10:00am - 10:30am
Venue
Lawrenceburg Public Library District, Lawrenceburg, 47025
Price
Free

DIY Saturday the Year of Stones and Crystals- Emerald: 2022 is the Year of Stones and Crystals with Carisa Bunten of Seventh Street Gifts. The topic for May is emerald. A loved and revered gemstone, it is known as a symbol of truth and love. In ancient Greece and Rome, emerald was said to be the gemstone of the goddess Venus, purveyor of love and hope. On the other side of the world, emeralds were revered by the Incas and believed by the Egyptians to be a source of eternal life. Your kit will contain an uncut emerald and a fun factoid session about this beautiful green gem! To receive a stone you must register. You will receive an email when your stone is ready for pick up. Supplies limited. Then watch a video to learn more about emeralds on the LPLD YouTube channel starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 28.Register: 812-537-2775 beginning May 1. Adults. Free.

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Venue

Lawrenceburg Public Library District
150 Mary Street
Lawrenceburg
47025

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