Grayslake library highlighting work of student artists

  • Large "dots" made by Grayslake Elementary School District 46 fourth-grade students for International Dot Day are part of the third annual Community Youth Art Show, which kicked off Friday at the Grayslake Area Public Library.

      Large "dots" made by Grayslake Elementary School District 46 fourth-grade students for International Dot Day are part of the third annual Community Youth Art Show, which kicked off Friday at the Grayslake Area Public Library. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Artwork by Grayslake North High School students is featured in the show at the Grayslake Area Public Library.

      Artwork by Grayslake North High School students is featured in the show at the Grayslake Area Public Library. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 3/8/2019 6:00 PM

About 900 pieces of artwork created by students from the community are on display through the end of March at the Grayslake Area Public Library.

Students in kindergarten through senior years of high school attending Grayslake Elementary School District 46 and Grayslake Community High School District 127 are represented in the third annual Community Youth Art Show.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

A free opening reception was held Friday, which included hands-on activities, refreshments and live jazz music from The Jim Jacobs Trio. Library officials expected about 600 people to attend.

For more information about the Grayslake Area Public Library, visit www.grayslake.info.

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