County library holding summer art contest

SAN DIEGO – This year’s Summer Reading Challenge theme is Pause To Read. The San Diego County Library staff is asking its customers, “Where do you like to pause to read? In the kitchen? How about the grocery store?” They said there’s no place too silly and want to be shown it in a drawing or painting.

This summer art contest is going on now through Aug. 1. All ages are invited to submit a drawing or painting of their favorite place to “pause to read.”

Submission forms are available at all SDCL branches and online at www.sdcl.org. Residents may complete their drawing at home, or may contact their local library to find out if they will provide art supplies for use at the branch. Entries must be on an 8½” x 11” piece of paper.

One winner will be chosen from the following age groups: kids, teens, and adults. Submitted pieces will be featured in an online gallery on the SDCL website and the three winners will receive gift cards.

For more information about the summer art contest, visit www.sdcl.org.

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