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Here are some more fun pics from Anime Fest. Enjoy!
Look at the ears on these cool cats. Nice creations.
Hanging out at the candy sushi station. Mmm…sugar.
Cosplaying and candy sushi make a lovely combo. Always.
Cosplayers striking a pose before the final voting. Yah!
And if you have any comments on this year’s Teen Anime Fest be sure to let us know. Don’t be shy! Let us know what you liked as well as what you didn’t like. We plan to make next year’s event even better and we can’t do it without your fresh ideas and valuable input.
Submissions will be accepted Sept. 1st – Oct. 10th, 2009
Entries can also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only two entries per person will be accepted. Depending on the number of entries, we may choose to display only one of each person’s works. For more information contact your local library.
Entries will be on display in the Figge Art Museum during the 2nd Annual Teen Anime Fest on Sunday, October 18th from 12-4. There will be a $5 admission fee to enter the Fest at the Figge.
Don’t miss this one of a kind opportunity to have your artwork on display in the Figge Art Museum. It’ll definitely be something worth telling your grandkids about someday.
September is just around the corner and that means our regular teen programs will be starting back up again. Yay! The line up for this year is as follows:
1st Tuesday of the month–Anime Club
2nd Tuesday of the month–TVC (Teen Volunteer Council & Gaming)
3rd Tuesday of the month–Ultimate Card Gaming (Magic/YuGiOh/…)
4th Tuesday of the month–Teen Tech Lab
EVERY Wednesday–Get Your Game On (free play video gaming)
Anime Club starts this Tuesday, September 1st, at the Fairmount St. library from 5:30-7:30. Don’t miss the first meeting and your chance to help plan the club’s activities for the season. Do we need a logo? Will you draw it? Should we have officers? Or just go with the flow? How about another chopsticks/M&Ms race and ramen noodle eating contest? (yes please)
Plus, we have big announcements concerning this year’s Anime Fest which will be held at the Figge Art Museum in October. Art contest anyone? Do we have cosplayers in the house? Stay tuned to tomorrow’s post for all the juicy deets.