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Enjoy Art is Education Events all Month Long!

Let’s go fly a kite…Yes March is a perfect month for flying a kite or making a decorative one! That, and many other art projects, and art-related storytimes will be available at all Alameda County Libraries throughout the month. 117 more words

"Tell Us Your Story" with Wordless Picture Books

If you’ve set foot in any of the Alameda County Libraries this month you know that March is Art is Education Month . This year’s theme is… 467 more words


Teen and Tween Henna Program at the Union City Library

 Teens and Tweens are invited to create and choose their own designs for a Mehndi Henna program 3:30 – 5 p.m. Friday, March 21, at the Union City Library. 112 more words

Union City Library

Fremont Main Library Presents Staff Art Exhibit

This exhibit is in celebration of the Art IS Education theme “Tell Your Story.” Art is located above the picture books in the Children’s Area, on walls and pillars in the central portion of the first floor, in the large display case in the hall on the left after entering the library, in the small display case at the end of the “Island” in the middle of the circulation area, in a display case at the top of the stairs on the second floor, and in the exhibit area of the Maurice Marks Center for Local and California History. 75 more words

March is Art is Education Month: “Tell us Your Story”—Frida Kahlo

Artist Frida Kahlo is famous for doing self-portraits—she told the story of her life in oil paintings. Born in Coyoacan, Mexico in 1907, Kahlo endured much pain in her life—she contracted polio at the age of 6, and in 1925, was in an accident where the bus she was riding ran into a trolley car. 114 more words

Art IS Education!


In honor of Art IS Education month in March, Alameda County Library is presenting a series of over 100 free arts events for youth and families. 474 more words

Union City Library

Art IS Education

March was Art IS Education month, and in cooperation with the Alameda County Arts Council and the Office of Education, the Alameda County Library branches presented many fun programs all about creativity – music, dance, art, literature, and crafts. 44 more words