Posted by: Burlington Public Library (WA) | June 14, 2010

Here’s a special opportunity for you.

Salmon River Estuary, by Molly Hashimoto. Used with permission.

As devoted blog readers, you already know that our summer reading programs have water themes.  So we thought it’d be fun to add a watercolor painting program, and asked Molly Hashimoto, a great painter and teacher, to lead it for us.
The program ( as always, sponsored by our Friends of the Library, which means we get to offer it to you at no charge) will be July 10: a morning session from 11-12:30, which is repeated from 2:30-4:00.  We can take 25 people at each, so the first 50 people to call us get to come, and sign-up starts Monday, June 28.  
Of course these fill up really fast. 
We’re not advertising very widely, so if you’re a painter, or would like to be, make sure and call on the 28th!  No experience is necessary, all materials are provided, and Molly makes every person feel like they’re an artist.  (Which we are.  But she’s really good.) 
You heard it here first!
                                –Mary Beth
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  1. […] you.  No previous experience is necessary — Molly says she loves working with beginners.  Click here  or here for more information, or just call us at […]


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