Register kids to become “Tourists” (and artists) of the rainforest: Free 4-part workshop

by beth on February 17, 2017

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Above: At the Library, Let’s Gogh Art will use colorful art projects to teach kids about the fragile ecology of the rainforest (images cropped from photos posted to Facebook)

The Southborough Library is holding a 4-part art and education workshop for 6-12 year old kids this March.

Through a grant from the Southborough Community Fund, the Library is bringing in “Let’s Gogh Art”. Children will learn about the rainforest while creating colorful art projects.

Participants need to pre-register to participate in all four of the sessions. The free program will be held Wednesday afternoons March 1 – 22 from 4:00 – 5:00 pm.

Tourist of the Rainforest flyer

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Let’s Gogh Art’s website says it encourages children to:

“play and learn about art” through painting, drawing, collage, printmaking and many whimsical and unconventional projects.

In their Tourist of the Rainforest program:

Kids will learn about the amazing and fragile ecology of the rainforests. Learn about plants and animals: butterflies, parrots, monkeys, snakes, tigers, frogs and more are uncovered and discovered as artists create colorful projects.

For more information, contact the Children’s Room at 508-485-5031.

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