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  • Video: Not Your Kids Coloring Books

    A new adult coloring class at the Arden-Dimick library is directed to the demographic age 50 and over. The adult coloring trend going around, said to be a stress reliever similar to knitting or painting but more accessible. Adult coloring books are now available online and in many bookstores. Video by Jose Villegas, jvillegas@sacbee.com

A new adult coloring class at the Arden-Dimick library is directed to the demographic age 50 and over. The adult coloring trend going around, said to be a stress reliever similar to knitting or painting but more accessible. Adult coloring books are now available online and in many bookstores. Video by Jose Villegas, jvillegas@sacbee.com
A new adult coloring class at the Arden-Dimick library is directed to the demographic age 50 and over. The adult coloring trend going around, said to be a stress reliever similar to knitting or painting but more accessible. Adult coloring books are now available online and in many bookstores. Video by Jose Villegas, jvillegas@sacbee.com

Adult coloring a welcome break from everyday stresses

October 12, 2015 3:00 AM

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