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Opinions of older adults sought

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The Fairfield Public Library is considering offering free, professionally run instructional art programs for older adults – those who are considered a baby boomer and beyond.
According to its website, the library may seek a grant provided there is enough interest in offering such programs for this segment of the population. To get an idea who might be interested, the library is conducting a survey – both online and on paper, the latter being available at the main library on Old Post Road.
The art disciplines considered include the performance arts, collage, drawing, filmmaking, painting, photography, handicrafts, scrapbooking and printmaking. The survey also asks for input on the most desired times of day to offer these programs.
The survey must be completed by July 9. The online survey can be accessed here.

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