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Get to Know Your Wild Neighbors

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National Youth Creativity Contest [2013/2014]             
 

The Get to Know Contest asked youth all across the US to get outdoors and get to know wildlife.

Current Exhibits

See the youth art exhibit now through July 2014 at the El Sobrante and San Pablo public libraries.
Library hours and directions.

Featuring artwork and poetry by:
Lauren Bartlett, Giselee Broussard, Julius Broussard, Alana Chin, Isabelle Chiu, Michael Chiu, Mylo Crawford, Nalea Curiel, Neda Farr, Elizabeth Gavrilov, Kaanan Goradia, Sonya Karpelevitch, Varya Karpelevtich, Berenice Ledesma, Leslie Ledesma, Amber Lee, Dennis Liu, Natalie Luong, Brenda Miao, Clair Miao, Dasha Oxley, Teagan Oxley, Connor Pitta, Connor Rickey, Maya Rutledge, Claire Sha, Irene Sha, Anvita Sharma, Alexis Tevelev, Chaya Tong, Olga Vysotsky, Grace Wei.

The Get to Know Contest asked youth all across the US to get outdoors and get to know wildlife.

 


Our Backyard”, by Connor Rickey, age 17, Danville.
Featuring music by Pat Rickey.

The East Bay Regional Park District was proud to be a
partner in the United States 2013 “Get to Know”
Creativity Contest, a production of the Get to Know
Society, Canada. The Get to Know Program was
created by internationally acclaimed Canadian artist
and naturalist Robert Bateman, in an effort to foster
connections between young people and nature.


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"Ducks at City of Fremont’s Central Park", by Varya Karpelevitch, age 6, Fremont.

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Featured thumbnail image, “Nature Walk”, by Isabelle Chiu, 9, Dublin.