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  • Children’s Drawing Workshop

    This week: Butterflies and Monarch butterfly migration, September gardens

    “Let’s Draw September Harvests”

    Children, and those young at heart, will explore farming, harvest, and seasonal themes in this September’s ongoing drawing classes led by Catinka Knoth The “Let’s Draw Together!” sessions, geared for ages six and up, also welcome adults. The library requests that children age ten and under have an adult accompany them. Classes meet every Tuesday from 4-5 p.m. in the Friends Community Room, FMI the library at 594-0310.

    September subjects include butterflies and Monarch butterfly migration; farm scenes of haying and the fall harvest; farm animals such as cows, pigs, sheep, chickens, roosters, geese, and ducks; visits to the apple orchard and apple picking; and September gardens. Each week is a different subject.

    Date

    Sep 03 2019

    Time

    04:00 PM

    Location

    Rockland Public Library - Community Room
    80 Union St, Rockland, ME 04841, USA
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