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« on: October 09, 2011 07:45:36 PM »

Hi everyone,

I used to live in Medford for a while, then to NYC, now I'm back in Gold Hill. I tried learning how to knit and crochet by myself, but it hasn't fared well with me. My grandmother has been telling me that possibly through the Jackson County parks that there are classes offered for knitting and crocheting. I know that a lot of the yarn/craft stores offer it, but I was trying to find out about the Jackson County classes if there are any for knitting and/or crocheting.

If anyone has any information, thanks in advance! I went through the site but either I missed it or there is nothing on there about it.  Huh
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