Submitted by Debby Walters, Woodville Historical Society
WOODVILLE, WI -- Are you part of the adult coloring craze? Do you color in the quiet of your home in order to relax and add a little creativity to your life? Would you like to visit with others as you add color to a page? Perhaps even learn additional coloring techniques?
If so, an adult coloring club meets at the Woodville Historical Society on the second Saturday of each month. The Historical Society opens at 9 and coloring begins at 10. Coloring pages, crayons, markers, and pencils are provided plus refreshments. There is no fee for this and ages 15 and older are welcome to attend.
The adult coloring club is sponsored by Baldwin-Woodville Community Education and also meets at the Hazelnut Tree in Baldwin on the fourth Saturday of the month. Questions about the club can be answered at 715-688-6200.
The Woodville Historical Society is located at 130 South Main St. in Woodville and is next to the public library. It is open the second Saturday of each month for area residents to view its exhibits about the area.
The Hazelnut Tree is located at 860 Main Street, Baldwin, WI.