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Serving all of Berkeley County!

Serving all of Berkeley County!

Adult Coloring Groups

Zen Coloring

Relax and enjoy the latest rage, coloring for adults.

Color away your problems and feel the positive energy flow as you create your own masterpiece.

All supplies provided.

Every Thursday, 1:00 – 3:00 pm

Daniel Island Library 

Color Me Calm

Leave your stress and worries at home and come color with us.

Supplies and coloring sheets provided.

Every Thursday, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Dec. 1st & 8th, will resume Jan. 5th.

Goose Creek Library

Coloring Corner Everyday at 

Hanahan Library

Moncks Corner Library

Adult Coloring in the News

Coloring outside the lines: Library patrons find stress relief in an activity normally reserved for children
Lindsay Street @LindsStreet

Friday, February 5, 2016

Raymond Russell, 63, recently discovered he likes to color.
There’s a new craze sweeping the Lowcountry and the nation: coloring in coloring books.

Once strictly in the realm of childhood, coloring has seeped into adulthood and its followers promise stress-relief and camaraderie. One of the more recent signs of the times has been Berkeley and Dorchester counties’ libraries offering adult coloring get-togethers.

On a rainy day last week, a handful of avid colorers convened at Goose Creek library’s weekly Color Me Calm session.

“They just like the atmosphere to come here and color,” said Margery Johnston, library reference assistant. “You can’t color wrong, just do what you got to do.

Elaine Clemmens and Alice Dutrow were among the first to arrive. They viewed the sheets available, deploying their strategy: find the easiest one. Read More

Photo provided by: Daniel Island News

Adult Coloring Groups

OOO! Look What These Ladies Are Doing This Month!

Wed, 02/24/2016

It’s true: even the most seasoned extroverts can have trouble making new friends following a relocation or retirement. When you don’t have your bearings, or the “convenience” of an at-the-ready group of peers in the workplace, tracking down folks with whom you share interests and commonalities can be tough.

So, two and a half years ago, a few Daniel Island women who felt lucky enough to find friendship in one another decided to assemble an evolving group of women to ease transitions and foster connections. They called it “On Our Own,” or OOO for short, a nod to each woman’s capacity to find her place in a new town or circumstances.

Since August 2013, OOO has grown to over 70 members. The group meets once a month for an outing – from hands-on art to a film screening to a philanthropic project – and lunch at an island eatery. They average about 15 women of varying ages at each get-together, and always welcome newcomers. Read More…

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