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Title: Needlework Night
When: 01/15/2013 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Location: Rustburg Library, 684 Village Highway, Rustburg, VA 24588
Description: The Friends of the Campbell County Public Library sponsor Needlework Night on Tuesdays each month! Bring your project and a friend for fellowship, mutual help, and fun!

Needlepoint, knitting, embroidery, matter what your stitchery-style, come on out and enjoy some dedicated project time, help from other crafters, and lots of fun and friendship! Tuesday nights find a fun-loving group of stitchers at CCPL-Rustburg.
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