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It’s time to get some love from the community for your artistic nature.

Children ages 5-18 are encouraged to submit their work for the first Coupeville Youth Art Walk.

Submissions are due by Thursday, May 19 and can be brought to the Coupeville Library between 10 AM and 5:30 PM.

Artwork will be on display in downtown Coupeville May 27-30, with an artist reception May 29 at Meet Market.

Located at 7 Front Street in Coupeville, that establishment — which will offer handmade goods, creative supplies, and a community gathering spot — opens Memorial Day weekend.

Frida’s, A Beautiful Mess, Kapaws Iskreme, and Meet Market are providing raffle items, while the first 15 artists at the reception will receive a gift from the Pacific NorthWest Art School.


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Now, if they're all looking at Coupeville Sports, who am I to complain? (John Fisken photos)

   Now, if they’re all looking at Coupeville Sports, who am I to complain? (John Fisken photos)

Get your head out of your phone, at least long enough to watch a film about what that screen time is doing to you.

The Coupeville Library is screening the acclaimed documentary Screenagers twice next week.

The film, which will show Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 6 PM and Saturday, Oct. 8 at 2 PM, is being provided thanks to funding by the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation and Friends of the Coupeville Library.

Screenagers, directed by Delaney Ruston, focuses on the impact of screen time on children, teenagers, and their families.

Through poignant and humorous stories, the filmmaker lays out a case for how tech time impacts the development of today’s children, while also offering solutions for how parents can work with their children to find a balance.

The film has received rave reviews in the New York Times and Forbes and been featured on Good Morning America.

A trailer for the film:

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