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Sun Gallery hosts children?s book artwork

The Sun Gallery is pleased to announce the return of its annual Childrens Book Illustrator Show. A local favorite, this fun and colorful show has delighted young and old alike from around the San Francisco Bay Area for almost 30 years.

The exhibit opens on Friday, January 19 and runs until Saturday, March 17 with a special Artists? Reception meet and greet on Saturday, January 27. Children and their families will be treated to face painting, appetizers, and beverages plus a free art class held beforehand in the gallerys spacious art studio between 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Besides being a great chance to meet local authors and illustrators, there will also be book-signings throughout the day.

This years show has a wide variety of topics: Help Lord, I Need Some Real Help Here by illustrator Andy Ha is about childhood bullying. Didnt We Have Fun, illustrated by Hilda Robinson, shares the joys of growing up in a closely-knit African-American family and neighborhood, long before television was created. Robinson lives in Oakland, and her beautiful art rendered in oil pastel features vibrant scenes of children laughing, playing, and spending time with family. Local Hayward artists Nadia Reddys newest book Tiki ABC plus David Hooblers bright and fun turtle named Zonk, make for fun-filled reading and viewing for children and adults alike.

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Community service recognized at Hayward Chamber Gala

Geoff Harries, owner of the historic and iconic Buffalo Bills Brewery, will be honored as Business Person of the Year at the 74th annual Hayward Chamber of Commerce Awards Gala? on Saturday, January 27. Harries will be honored along with recipients of awards for Hayward's Educator, Firefighter, and Police Officer of the Year.

This is one of Haywards great traditions and reflects the esteem this city has for those that make community service part their life's work, said Kim Huggett, president and CEO of the chamber. The fact that the gala sells out every year says a lot about Hayward and this event.


Educator of the Year: Dave Seymour, Principal, Hayward High School
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