Coloring enthusiasts meet in Lincoln

LINCOLN — A group of women meet each Wednesday morning at the Lincoln Library who love to color. Yes, coloring books are no longer just for the kids. In fact, adult coloring books are all the rage right now. And while researchers and art therapists alike have touted the calming benefits for years, now you can join a group led by a professional artist that is able to give you those tips and pointers that make all the difference.
Cynthia Kling is a local artist currently from Starksboro who has created and taught art all of her life. Her works are currently sold in Art on Main in Bristol and have been featured in various museums and galleries in the area. She has joined the coloring craze too.
Studies show that coloring offers therapeutic benefits, such as reducing anxiety and creating focus.  And when shared with others, coloring also builds relationships and community. Whether it’s adult coloring books, mandalas, doodle-art, shading Zentangles or just coloring in your own creations, you will find it calming, inspirational and restorative. We’ll have coloring books and pencils for you to use, or bring your own. All abilities are welcome.
Drop by the Lincoln Library for a relaxing time, to enjoy expressing your creativity and to meet new people who share the same interests. There will be snacks and drinks. Besides, it’s also fun! Lincoln Library’s coloring group meets every Wednesday from 10:15-11:30 a.m.

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