A tradition since 1913, E-Week is dedicated to recognizing and rewarding engineers' accomplishments. Current students will celebrate the end of the academic year by participating in events such as as the Professional Society Mini-Golf, Mr. and Ms. Engineer, Quiz Bowl, Scavenger Hunt, and Root Beer Float Night. The week culminates with the annual E-Week Open House, where senior engineering students display their research projects, corporate representatives host booths to promote their companies, and high school students partake in information sessions and hands-on activities that highlight the benefits of becoming an engineer.
Learn the basics: Finding or creating a design; transferring it to fabric; stitching the motifs; cording the channels and stuffing the compartments. A small design, suitable for making a sachet pillow or bag, will be completed during the workshop.
Participants will bring a a thimble, small scissors, and an embroidery or quilting hoop [minimum diamter of 9-inches, maximum diameter of 15-inches.]
Registration fee: $15 for Museum Members; $20 for non-Members, plus a small materials fee
The materials fee [payable directly to the instructor on the day of the workshop] includes fabrics, a pre-marked design, needles, stuffing tools, thread, cotton cording, and stuffing.
Use the registration form (click below) or call Barbara Caron at 402-472-7040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chamber Singers will join with dancers from the UNL Dance Area in a unique musical and visual concert on Sunday, Apr 10 at 3:00 pm in the State Capitol Building Rotunda, 16th & K Streets, Lincoln. This event is FREE and open to the public