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Popular Art Events Scheduled for Madison Library, Dec. 5-6

Credits: Painting by Lisa DiMichele

MADISON, NJ - The Madison Public Library will be holding two noteworthy art events this weekend.

On Friday, Dec. 5, the library will host a Zentangle Workshop for Teens and Tweens. Zentangle is doodling elevated to an art form. Teens and tweens are invited to get creative with zentangle at this free, hands-on workshop on Friday, at 4 p.m. Supplies will be provided. Register online via teen page/calendar at the library's website.

On Saturday, Dec. 6, the library will hold an Art School Exhibit and Reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Multiple artists and media are featured in the monthlong December exhibit in the Chase Room at the Madison Public Library. The artists represented in this show all take classes with artist Susan Gepford through the Adult School of the Chathams, Madison and  Florham Park.

Attendees will have an opportunity to meet these artists during Saturday's reception.

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