Colour, talent in children's art work

Last updated 08:05 11/12/2012

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A trip to the Lysaght Watt Gallery in Hawera will add some cheer to your life.

You will find a place full of colour as well as talent that will gladden the heart.

This exhibition is the result of a year's work from the children who attend KidzArt classes at the gallery every Monday after school.

Aged between 5 and 12, the youngsters come from the schools in Hawera.

They meet in the space upstairs and have been supported by the Masons, Rural Women, Rotary and Creative Communities. There are also some gifts to be found, including jewellery, small art works, gift boxes and decorations.

The gallery is at 4-6 Union St, just off the town square.

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