Found 5 blog entries tagged as Coloring.

coloring circle for seniorsYellow Dog Integrative Arts Studio will host the Coloring Circle for Seniors on May 31, 2017, at 1:00 p.m. The activity will be held at 214-B Torbett Street, Richland, WA. For more details, visit the Coloring Circle for Seniors page on Facebook.

Coloring Circle for Seniors: What Good It Will Bring to the Elderly?

There are studies that prove coloring holds therapeutic value. This activity calls for concentration and so it helps the seniors forget about their anxieties. Coloring is also a great way to relax and meditate which are important for seniors who typically worry about their health condition and retirement.

Coloring Circle for Seniors is a very relaxed event that lets the elders reconnect with their creativity. Music will be played as the…

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EggThe Children's Event at Barnes and Noble will feature 'Egg' by Kevin Henkes on March 18, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. The event will be held at Barnes and Noble Kennewick Branch, located at 1321 B. Columbia Center Boulevard. For more details, please visit the Egg Storytime page at Barnes and Noble's website.

About the 'Egg' Storytime
'Egg' is a novel written by Kevin Henkes, which was published last January 2017. The book is a graphic novel designed for preschoolers. The story of 'Egg' centers on four eggs who encounter a big surprise and a questionable friendship.

Kevin Henkes is a New York Times bestselling author. 'Egg' is a perfect read-alone and read-aloud book that will surely appeal to little kids. Join the 'EGG' Storytime event which comes with…

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Mid-Columbia Libraries Presents 'Keep Calm and Color': Take Your Mind Off Daily Stress | Pasco, WA Mid-Columbia Libraries is pleased to present the Keep Calm and Color event on July 6, 2016. This event will take place from 1:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Mid-Columbia Libraries Pasco Branch which is located at 1320 W Hopkins, Pasco, WA. For more details, visit the Keep Calm & Color page at Mid-Columbia Libraries' website.

About Keep Calm and Color
The Keep Calm and Color event is designed for teens. Participants are encouraged to be creative during the course of this event. They will be asked to put colors on wonderful images and this will challenge their imagination and ability to blend in hues the best that they can. Any coloring activity engages the brain, thus helping the person mind off stress. Coloring also makes a great remedy for emotional…

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Com Barnes & Noble's Adult Coloring Club in Kennewicke to Barnes & Noble Booksellers Columbia Center at 1321 N Columbia Center Boulevard, Kennewick, WA and be a part of the Adult Coloring Club. Fun coloring activities will start at 5 p.m. Monthly themed pages will be given out to participants. For more information, visit the Barnes & Noble's website.

Coloring - The Newest Trend for Adults
Coloring is one fad that is truly beneficial to adults. Even clinical psychologists approved of this practice. Coloring is regarded as a stress-free activity that helps relax the part of the brain that triggers fear - the amygdala. So take a break and come join the Barnes & Noble's Adult Coloring Club. Shake the stress away and create colorful masterpieces.

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Adult Coloring Class At The Bookworm Tri-Cities In Kennewick, WashingtonOn Sunday, November 8 The Bookwork Tri-Cities is inviting adult individuals to join their FREE  Adult Coloring Class to be held at the Bookworm Tri-Cities located at  731 North Columbia Center Boulevard, Suite 102 in Kennewick, Washington.

More about the Event
The adult coloring class will be a therapeutic way to combat and relieve you from everyday stresses. Coloring book and colored pencils is available for purchase at the venue store. Participants can bring their own coloring books, colored pencils, crayons and markers.  

Come and make friends with other participants.

This is a FREE and open to general public event (highly recommended for adults). Class will start at 6:00 until 8:00 in the evening.

For more information about Bookworm…

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