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ARTree readies SCV kids for Chinese New Year

Posted: January 3, 2014 7:27 p.m.
Updated: January 3, 2014 7:27 p.m.
Chloe Thoman picks out crayons for an art project on Friday during an ARTree event at Newhall Library. Signal photo by Charlie Kaijo Chloe Thoman picks out crayons for an art project on Friday during an ARTree event at Newhall Library. Signal photo by Charlie Kaijo
Chloe Thoman picks out crayons for an art project on Friday during an ARTree event at Newhall Library. Signal photo by Charlie Kaijo
Alhana Beil, 11, and Celeste Andrerie, 11, draw a dragon for an art project celebrating Chinese New Year during a Friday event held by the organization ARTree. Signal photo by Charlie Kaijo Alhana Beil, 11, and Celeste Andrerie, 11, draw a dragon for an art project celebrating Chinese New Year during a Friday event held by the organization ARTree. Signal photo by Charlie Kaijo
Alhana Beil, 11, and Celeste Andrerie, 11, draw a dragon for an art project celebrating Chinese New Year during a Friday event held by the organization ARTree. Signal photo by Charlie Kaijo
Katie Hul, 11, Alhana Beil, 11, and Celeste Andrerie, 11, work on a drawing of a dragon to celebrate Chinese New Year at the Newhall Library on Friday. Signal photo by Charlie Kaijo Katie Hul, 11, Alhana Beil, 11, and Celeste Andrerie, 11, work on a drawing of a dragon to celebrate Chinese New Year at the Newhall Library on Friday. Signal photo by Charlie Kaijo
Katie Hul, 11, Alhana Beil, 11, and Celeste Andrerie, 11, work on a drawing of a dragon to celebrate Chinese New Year at the Newhall Library on Friday. Signal photo by Charlie Kaijo
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Teens and tweens gathered in the Newhall Library community room Friday to ready for Chinese New Year by creating a dragon - one of the every-other-week activities sponsored by ARTree in the Santa Clarita Valley.

ARTree is a local group of mostly volunteer artists who plan and create activities for engage local youngsters in the arts. The group invites children every first and second Friday of the month to participate in an art project at the Newhall Library.

Chinese New Year is Jan. 31.

 

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