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Edgerton Library Hosts Painting Classes

PHOTO PROVIDED / THE VILLAGE REPORTERCLASS PARTICIPANTS … Instructor Deb Prince, Sandy Randalls, Selena Resendez, Karen Deemer, Beverly Harrington, Meg Kunsman and Annie Kunsman.

Members of the community recently enjoyed painting an Easter Gnome at the Edgerton Branch Library. FREE painting classes are held each month at the library, with the next adult spring themed classes scheduled for April 15th at 5pm, and April 19th at 1pm. Visit the Edgerton Branch Library or call 833-633-7323 x 2 to register for a class.


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