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Paige Cunningham with the Center for Community Arts in Cape May gives advice to children during Art at the Library in the Sea Isle City Library Monday, March 4. Cunningham read Paige Cunningham with the Center for Community Arts in Cape May gives advice to children during Art at the Library in the Sea Isle City Library Monday, March 4. Cunningham read

Paige Cunningham with the Center for Community Arts in Cape May reads Paige Cunningham with the Center for Community Arts in Cape May reads

Samantha and Zachary Connors, 8 and 9 respectively, of Dennis Township, use their wood tools to design an animal of their choice on a piece of tin. Samantha and Zachary Connors, 8 and 9 respectively, of Dennis Township, use their wood tools to design an animal of their choice on a piece of tin.

Anthony Edwardi, 7, of Sea Isle City, retraces his lines with black marker to outline the cat he drew. Anthony Edwardi, 7, of Sea Isle City, retraces his lines with black marker to outline the cat he drew.

Cadence Warren, 7, of Sea Isle City, is inspired to draw a cat. Cadence Warren, 7, of Sea Isle City, is inspired to draw a cat.

Grace Gehman, 9, of Sea Isle City, adds a rainbow of colors to her cat. Grace Gehman, 9, of Sea Isle City, adds a rainbow of colors to her cat.

Christopher Gehman, 6, of Sea Isle City, creates a boar with his media. Christopher Gehman, 6, of Sea Isle City, creates a boar with his media.

Thomas D’Intino, 8, of Sea Isle City, makes sure his string is tied tight for hanging his artwork at home. Thomas D’Intino, 8, of Sea Isle City, makes sure his string is tied tight for hanging his artwork at home.

Nicholas Edwardi, 2, of Sea Isle City, enjoys playing with markers and coloring on the tin. Nicholas Edwardi, 2, of Sea Isle City, enjoys playing with markers and coloring on the tin.

 

 


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