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Thursday, June 24, 2010
Roz Singer’s One-Of-A-Kind Beaded Necklaces


“Beading? I’d never done it before I moved to Manhattan in 2001,” Roz Singer told The Transition Network. “Here I was in the city—I didn’t know anybody, so I needed to be involved in something where I’d meet new people. And so I took a class in beading at the 92nd Street Y.”

Roz was a quick learner, and in short time was making beautiful beaded necklaces that on occasion, people wanted to purchase. But she doesn’t create the necklaces with intent to offer them for sale. She does it for the process: “It’s relaxing. It’s stimulating. It’s exciting. I adore it.”

Priority registration begins on July 12 for a variety of Beading classes at 92Y, check out the full line-up here. View all classes available at the 92Y Jewelry Center.

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