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Design a library card contest in township

Have you ever dreamed of having your artwork on a library card? Here's your chance. The Bloomfield Township Public Library is holding a design contest to design one of three new library cards.

The contest is for artists of all ages, and runs from June 1-30. Entries are grouped into three categories: ages 12 and younger; 13-17; and 18 and older.

Entry forms for the contest will be available starting June 1 at the Youth Desk, Circulation Desk, and Adult/Teen Desk, along with a tray for submissions. All entries must be submitted on paper at the library. Entry forms from minors must be signed by a parent/legal guardian. Entries are limited to one entry per person.

"Bloomfield Township is filled with creative, talented people of all ages. This is an opportunity to have your artwork featured on library cards reaching thousands of library users and promoting the love for reading and learning,” said Katherine Bryant, assistant director.

Bloomfield Township residency is a requirement, and all entries must be received by Friday, June 30, at 6:30 p.m.Artwork will be judged by library staff based on the creativity, design, and reflection of the library and the Bloomfield Township community.

The public will be able to vote for their favorite between July 16–22. Three winners will receive a $100 gift card and be featured in the library newsletter.


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