Free Comic Books -- and Cash Prizes -- Delight Young Artists at Southgate Library | Arts & Culture
Sacramento -- Crayons, watercolors and glitter -- lots of glitter! -- adorn artwork created by young artists participating in Saturday's contest to win cash prizes, sponsored by the Friends of Southgate Library.
Thanks to Comics & Collectibles on Fruitridge Road, every artist received two free comic books to take home on the final day of Dia! Many Children...Many Cultures...Many Books program at Sacramento County libraries.
Nicole Powel, children's librarian, says this program celebrating Sacramento's multi-cultural diversity highlights 2012's schedule of events emphasizing in-home reading for all children and their parents. "By coming to these library events," she explains, "children are provided with free books to take home and keep. It's important for children to own books!"
Saturday's contest winners received cash prizes for their artwork (donated by the Friends of Southgate Library) for first, second and third places in three age categories.
Contact www.saclibrary.org for a schedule of 2012 events and many are FREE (we like free!).
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