articlemakenotebook.jpgOn Saturday, April 16, 2011, The Rockwell Club sets the stage for an afternoon that’s not only fun and creative, but also conscientious. Make Your Own Notebook is an event where guests of all ages can come and create eco-friendly notebooks from post-consumer recycled paper and recyclable materials. The activity will be from 1pm to 5pm.

From choosing a cover to deciding the thickness of the notebook, guests will have free reign in deciding how they would want their notebooks to be! Representatives from will be on hand to ring-bind the creations.

Art school Creative Kids will also conduct a special activity for kids. Here, children can learn the different ways they can customize their notebooks, through the use of various art mediums and recycled items.
                    
The use of recycled materials ensures that each person does his part to save the environment. A portion of the notebooks’ proceeds will go to Greenpeace to support their push for a clean future.

Make Your Own Notebook is a project by Ecothings, a group that specializes in eco-printed products. Their planners, sketchpads and notebooks are available at Fully Booked outlets, Scribe Writing Essentials, and the ECHOstore.
 
For inquiries, contact Judy Malabanan at 480-4500.

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