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Hang out and make art

Everyone is invited to Art Club meetings after school on Mondays
Kori Vos watercolor paints using bubbles at an Art Club meeting in Mrs. Davidson’s room. Art Club meets after school on Monday from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.

Making wood sculptures and tie-dying T-shirts are some of the things you can do by joining the Norwalk High School Art Club.


The club, which meets every Monday from 3:30-4:30 in the art room N108, is inviting all Norwalk High School students to join.


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It is led by Ms. Davidson and they meet once a week for various art activities and community projects, like their previous project the Warrior Zone mural.


Students do not need art class involvement nor preparation before joining. Ms.Davidson said that it is a creative outlet for community involvement.

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