Bead history topic at Lifelong Learning

Kathy Richardson, a founder of IBISwomen Jewelry Design in Lindsborg will give a program at Lifelong Learning entitled “Collectible World Beads: Trade, Crafts, and Cultures on a String.”

The program will begin at 9:45 a.m. Friday in the Wohlgemuth Music Education Building at Tabor College.

“If you believe collectible beads appeal only to women, you haven’t heard from me on the subject,” Richardson said. “Bead history appeals to the scientist, geographer, craftsman, sociologist, economist, and trader in everyone.”

Richardson is also a co-owner of Small World Gallery in Lindsborg.

Due to campus construction, attendees are encouraged to park at one of the south Tabor parking lots. Golf cart shuttles will be available.

Cost to attend is $5. Attendees may eat in the cafeteria for a discounted price of $4.

Last modified Oct. 6, 2016

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