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The Dream Rocket Project on Display at the Library
A small sampling of artwork from the Dream Rocket Project is now on display at our Library. The Dream Rocket Project was launched in 2009 by the International Fiber Collaborative. Artwork with the theme Dare to Dream is being collected to wrap a 365 Saturn V Moon Rocket at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The project is part of the International Fiber Collaborative, which was founded to promote art education and for individuals around the globe to find a common purpose. Artwork has been submitted from a myriad of sources, including school children, scout troops, art guilds and more. A sampling of this artwork is on display through the month of April. It is all very interesting to look at. We hope you stop by and enjoy it. To learn more about the artwork and project you can visit www.thedreamrocket.com
It is not too late for you to get involved either! Look for the How to Participate tab on their website or pick up a pamphlet while you are in the library. The ‘Dare to Dream’ themes include Health, Community, Conservation, Science, Technology, Space, Peace, Freedom, Equality and Education.