Survival Crafts: Paracord Bracelets
Date: 12:30pm - 1:30pm PST January 23, 2021 Location: Sequoia Building
Paracord is an essential tool for the outdoors! It has a multitude of applications. Paracord bracelets are a fun and stylish way to store paracord so it can be (literally) kept at hand when adventuring in the outdoors. Learn how to make your very own paracord bracelet.
This is the perfect opportunity to take a break and get outdoors with your “pod mates, or connect with other students and engage in a fun and useful craft.
No Experience Necessary! This will be a fun way to enjoy the outdoors (under cover of an awning) with your “pod,” or sign up on your own to meet new people!
- Consider signing up with your “pod” mates
- Masks and 6ft distancing required
- Groups capped at 10 people (including leaders)
We’ll meet outside the Sequoia warehouse building, in the fenced yard with large awning at the west end, on the Grad Campus.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. This trip lends itself well to a variety of accessibility accommodations, including mobility accommodations. Paracord bracelet making uses manual dexterity and manipulation of the hands.