Rush City Library will offer two activities for young people in June at 240 W. 4th Street in downtown Rush City. 

Summer Lego Derby 

Kids will be zooming and cruising at the Rush City Library’s annual Summer Lego Derby event from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, June 15.

This event is recommended for ages 6-12, and no registration is necessary. See how fast your design is as you race others to win prizes. 

Please leave personal Legos at home, as all materials will be provided. 

Sponsored by Ardent Mills and East Central Regional Library.

Skateboard art workshop

for teens

Teens who would like to customize a skateboard with their own design will not want to miss an upcoming skateboard art experience at East Central Regional Library-Rush City.

Join artist Mark Rivard for his skateboard art workshop from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 25. 

Participants (recommended ages 13-18) will hear his inspirational story of becoming a professional artist, learn his artistic techniques and create an original work of art on an actual skateboard deck using Sharpie markers. 

At the end of workshop, take your customized board deck and Sharpies home. (Wheels and hardware are not included.)

Registration is required and now open on the events calendar at ecrlib.org. Space is limited.

This project is funded with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

For more information on the events or other activities at the library, call 320-358-3948 or visit the events calendar at ecrlib.org or follow East Central Regional Library on Facebook.

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