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On Saturday, April 4, the National WWI Museum and Memorial will host a virtual knitting circle to bring a community together to talk, laugh and create – just as it did in WWI.
The first virtual Mrs. Wilson’s Kitting Circle, named after Woodrow Wilson’s second wife who dedicated her time to knitting materials for soldiers, will be hosted online due to social distancing guidelines. Mrs. Wilson’s Knitting Circles are normally hosted at the Museum every first Saturday of the month. The Museum’s event hopes to bring people together virtually to knit and hear from Camille Kulig, Public Program Specialist at the Museum, about the rise of Modern art in the 1910s and 1920s. RSVP here! https://my.theworldwar.org/6006