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Free Art Classes Hosted by Accel Learning of Parsippany

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Artwork Credits: Accel Learning
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Second Grader Alicia Chen Credits: Accel Learning
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Artwork Credits: Accel Learning
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Artwork Credits: Accel Learning
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Artwork Credits: Accel Learning
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Artwork Credits: Accel Learning
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Artwork Credits: Accel Learning
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Alicia Chen Credits: Accel Learning
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Accel Learning, Parsippany (https://parsippany.accellearning.com) is hosted a series of free Art classes for kids in grades 2 to 5 at the Lake Hiawatha Library. As part of the first batch 25 students participated in the program. During the 3 weeks program, the kids learned to paint using water colors. The work was themed on the Fall season. The kids loved the classes run by Bret Salvatore, professional Artist and Art instructor at Accel Learning. Attached are some pictures of the work done by students. Alicia Chen of Grade 2, (in the attached pictures) loved the class and would like to pursue them further.

For those who missed this batch, Accel Learning is hosting another batch of free Art classes at the Lake Hiawatha Library. To register, please visit the Children’s section of the Library. There is limited capacity and registration is getting filled fast for the Oct 25th batch, so act fast.

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