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Art, ESL circle at libarary

There’s a variety of art on display during December at the New Westminster Public Library.

Century House Painters are showing off samples of their work that utilizes a variety of styles and media including acrylic, watercolour and collage portraying landscapes, florals and people. The reference department has Martin Jasiuk’s show Forest and Swamplands. The self-taught painter’s work displays his passion for the forests of British Columbia and Europe.

They can be viewed any time the library is open until Dec. 31.

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The library is also offering free, drop-in ESL conversation circles for adults every Saturday from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., and for women and children only on Fridays from 10 to 11 a.m.

The programs for those wanting to meet people and practise speaking English are co-sponsored by Family Services of Greater Vancouver.

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