Tired of coloring by yourself? Crave some social interaction? Would like to get together with other coloring enthusiasts? If so, plan to attend our Color Me Happy! Adult Coloring Saturday on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 10:00 AM and at 2:00 PM.
Due to state restrictions placed on the number of people that are allowed to gather in one area, this event will be limited to 10 (ten) attendees per session.
In order to attend, you MUST register by contacting Lynn via e-mail (email@example.com) or via the Circulation Desk (740.446.7323).
As social distancing restrictions are still in place, each attendee will need to wear a mask that covers both their nose and mouth at all times while in the Library. Attendees must sit one per table and all tables will be 6 feet apart from each other.
Attendees will receive their own set of colored pencils (24) and gel pens (24) to keep (while supplies last, one set per adult). Each attendee will bring back this set each time they attend a coloring Saturday. No pencils or pens will be available if an attendee forgets to bring their set of pencils/pens.
Each attendee will receive 3 coloring sheets of the Library's choosing which they may color at the session or take home and color. No substitutions or extra copies will be available.
Attendees are welcome to bring their own pencils, pens, and coloring sheets if they so desire.
At this time, refreshments will not be served. However, attendees are welcome to bring their own drinks and snacks to the session. Just as a reminder, you will not be able to share your goodies with any of your fellow coloring buddies.
For patrons who are interested in adult coloring but would prefer not to attend Color Me Happy! in person, pen/pencils sets to take home and keep (while supplies last, one set per adult) will be available on Monday, April 12.
Patrons not attending Color Me Happy! will be able to stop in at the Library and pick up a packet of 3 coloring sheets each month to take home and color.
Color Me Happy! is for adults ages 18 and over, no children are permitted.
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