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Create a drawing for Heritage Burlington colouring book, by March 24

Heritage Burlington COLOURING contest posterCalling All Artists !

Deadline extended to March 24, 2014

Would you like to be a part of Heritage Burlington’s first ever Burlington colouring book? We are calling all artists and Burlington residents to create a line art drawing to be included in a Burlington colouring book.

This original art work should reflect an image of Burlington which can be freely downloaded, printed and coloured. The top 10 drawings will be featured in our Burlington Colouring Book with the top selection appearing on the cover. Prizes including gift cards will also be provided!

For additional information, please contact Denis Farr denis.farr@burlington.ca or call 905-335-7600, ext 7381

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Draw for Heritage Burlington colouring book by March 24th
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Draw for Heritage Burlington colouring book by March 24th
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Like to be a part of Heritage Burlington’s first ever Burlington colouring book? Top drawings featured in Burlington Colouring Book and one to go on cover
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Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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