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January 20, 2017
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Hide caption Isabella Sulc, left, rolls up her sleeves to start the second part of her print, during a Creative Kids art class at the James Library & Center for Arts Saturday morning, Jan. 14. Photo/Carolyn Bick/For the Patriot Ledger The art gallery at the James Library and Center for the Arts was covered in feathers, string, tissue paper and glue on Saturday as local children took part in the first class in a four-part Creative Kids art class series. "Kailyn is interested in art, and I thought it would be a good opportunity for her to do more," said Jennifer Love of Marshfield, talking about her 8-year-old daughter. "She loves art, so any opportunity I can find for her is great." Kailyn Love was one of 10 children in the class. Local artist Karen Baker said, "All kids need exposure to art. That's one of the most important things they can learn. They obviously need to learn reading and math and science, but art kind of encompasses all of...

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