Coloring isn’t just for children anymore. Image templates and bookmarks as well as assorted colored pencils and cookies and relaxing music were provided for adults Monday evening at the Wilmington Public Library. The event was called “Color Yourself Calm.” At one table, partly visible in the foreground, sat six participants of Compeer — a mental health community-based program, serving individuals through the power of friendship and mentoring relationships. From left in the foreground are Sue Schweller, Florence Pennington and Debbie Myers. Not visible but joining them in coloring at the table were Teresa Gallinis, Linnette Graesser and Emma Thompson.

Coloring isn’t just for children anymore. Image templates and bookmarks as well as assorted colored pencils and cookies and relaxing music were provided for adults Monday evening at the Wilmington Public Library. The event was called “Color Yourself Calm.” At one table, partly visible in the foreground, sat six participants of Compeer — a mental health community-based program, serving individuals through the power of friendship and mentoring relationships. From left in the foreground are Sue Schweller, Florence Pennington and Debbie Myers. Not visible but joining them in coloring at the table were Teresa Gallinis, Linnette Graesser and Emma Thompson.


Coloring isn’t just for children anymore. Image templates and bookmarks as well as assorted colored pencils and cookies and relaxing music were provided for adults Monday evening at the Wilmington Public Library. The event was called “Color Yourself Calm.” At one table, partly visible in the foreground, sat six participants of Compeer — a mental health community-based program, serving individuals through the power of friendship and mentoring relationships. From left in the foreground are Sue Schweller, Florence Pennington and Debbie Myers. Not visible but joining them in coloring at the table were Teresa Gallinis, Linnette Graesser and Emma Thompson.

Coloring isn’t just for children anymore. Image templates and bookmarks as well as assorted colored pencils and cookies and relaxing music were provided for adults Monday evening at the Wilmington Public Library. The event was called “Color Yourself Calm.” At one table, partly visible in the foreground, sat six participants of Compeer — a mental health community-based program, serving individuals through the power of friendship and mentoring relationships. From left in the foreground are Sue Schweller, Florence Pennington and Debbie Myers. Not visible but joining them in coloring at the table were Teresa Gallinis, Linnette Graesser and Emma Thompson.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2016/11/web1_coloring_p_f.jpgColoring isn’t just for children anymore. Image templates and bookmarks as well as assorted colored pencils and cookies and relaxing music were provided for adults Monday evening at the Wilmington Public Library. The event was called “Color Yourself Calm.” At one table, partly visible in the foreground, sat six participants of Compeer — a mental health community-based program, serving individuals through the power of friendship and mentoring relationships. From left in the foreground are Sue Schweller, Florence Pennington and Debbie Myers. Not visible but joining them in coloring at the table were Teresa Gallinis, Linnette Graesser and Emma Thompson.