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Library Holds Bookmark Design Contest for Kids

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FARGO, N.D. –  Starting on March 1 entries will be accepted for the Fargo Public Library's 4th annual "Design a Bookmark Contest" for kids. The contest is to help celebrate March's designation as Youth Art Month.

The contest is open to kids ages birth through age 12 and runs March 1 through March 31. Entry forms and contest rules can be picked up at any Fargo Public Library location and are also available on the library's website. Entries will be accepted at all three library locations and must be turned in on or before Saturday, March 31.

Three winners will be selected – one for each age group: 0 to 5 years, 6 to 8 years, and 9 to 12 years; children are welcome to submit up to three designs. All design entries will be displayed in the children's department at the Main Library. Library staff will vote to determine the winners of the contest; winners will be announced April 5. Winning bookmark entries will be printed and distributed at all library locations. The winning originals designs will be put on permanent display at the downtown Main Library.

For further information, visit the library's website or call the Children's Librarian at 701-241-1495. Fargo Public Library events are free and open to the public.  

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