Amazing works of art created by students from across the Toms River Regional School District will be displayed during the month of March at the Ocean County Library’s Toms River Branch, 101 Washington St.
The Toms River Regional School System, in partnership with the Ocean County Library, will hold a free reception at 6-7:30 p.m. on Monday, March 5. Join us to browse the artwork, enjoy live music from the Intermediate South Orchestra, and meet the artists and their teachers. Teen volunteers will be on hand to greet and assist visitors.
All 18 schools in the district will provide artwork to be displayed in areas of the library. Thousands of students, parents, teachers and library patrons will browse the two-dimensional and three-dimensional works of art created by talented students.
Youth Art Month started nationwide about 50 years ago in order to share student art with the public. The Public Library is an ideal forum for this exhibit and the Ocean County Library has shown the student work during Youth Art Month for the past 11 years.
Registration is not required. Parking is FREE after 5 pm behind the building, as well as the county lot on Hooper Avenue.