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Updated: 11/18/2013 03:50:01PM

Plans in place for library’s annual ‘1800s Christmas’

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SUN FILE PHOTO
Kathryn Flocken creates silhouette cutouts for North Port Library patrons during a past "1800s Christmas." Flocken, who travels the country cutting silhouettes at special events, will return to North Port for this year's eighth annual free event, which will be held Dec. 8.

SUN FILE PHOTO
Kathryn Flocken creates silhouette cutouts for North Port Library patrons during a past "1800s Christmas." Flocken, who travels the country cutting silhouettes at special events, will return to North Port for this year's eighth annual free event, which will be held Dec. 8.

SUN PHOTO BY ANNE KLOCKENKEMPER, annek@sun-herald.com
A table near the entrance to the North Port Library offers examples of the 15 crafts -- many brand new for this year -- people can do at the upcoming eighth annual "1800s Christmas" event.

By ANNE KLOCKENKEMPER

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NORTH PORT — This year, volunteers are bringing new crafts to the upcoming — and eighth annual — “1800s Christmas” at the North Port Library, and organizers are excited.

Children’s librarian Shana Hinze said in the past, staff was the driving force behind the free holiday event, but this year, volunteers are “the main ones” in charge.

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