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Warren Pulbic Library Summer Program participants
Lead by Children’s Librarian, Barb Dinicola:
Deano DeNicola, Bella DiNicola, Alicia Davis,
Elizabeth Cupo, Christopher Cupo, Cassidy Spencer,
Ella Desmand, Peter Zganiacz, and Griffin Corriagan
15 Sackett Hill
Warren, CT
(860) 868-2195
www.warrenctlibrary.org

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Children's Folkart
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About the Artist:

Children's Folk Art Chair was created by children participating in the summer reading program - Be Creative at Your Library - at Warren Public Library. The project was lead by children's librarian Barbara DiNicola. Children from preschool age through 6th grade participated. They came up with a theme and all worked together on the bench. Barbara introduced them to the style of Folk Art and the group used this project to explore the style further.