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Artist Bridgette Mongeon with the "Move One Place On” Mad Hatter Tea Party sculpture.
Bookworms, take note of the Take Time To Read program this spring, an annual reading program sponsored by the Bellaire City Library. Each week, beginning March 6, the library will offer programs, activities and crafts based on chapters in Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Registration for the six-week program takes place through March 11. The library events should build excitement for the anticipated opening of Evelyn’s Park on April 22 (Earth Day). Evelyn’s Park will be home to a Mad Hatter Tea Party sculpture installation by artist Bridgette Mongeon. There will be 150 hidden elements in the sculpture, encouraging park visitors to uncover a new mystery with each visit. Participants who have finished their reading will enjoy a celebratory tea party at Evelyn’s Park.
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