Drawing classes for adults with special needs offered at Solana Beach Library

Drawing classes for adults with special needs will resume at the Solana Beach Library on Thursday, Sept. 5 at 9:30 a.m. Art instructor Joel Harris provides a creative arts program using visual recognition to develop drawing and motor skills for adults with varying degrees of mental and physical challenges.

The classes are free and are open to the public on a drop-in basis.

The library is located at 157 Stevens Avenue in Solana Beach.

For more information you may call 858-755-1404.

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