Beat the Winter Blues Contest

Surrey Public Library awarding gift certificates for creative words and art.

Love to write stories or songs? Have an eye for art and design?

Don’t let the gloomy weather dampen your creativity this winter – enter the Beat the Winter Blues Contest at Surrey Public Library.

The contest is accepting three types of entries:

• Song lyrics: 500 words or less, song lyrics or poetry on a winter theme.

• Super-short story: 500 words or less, with the story taking place in winter.

• Book cover redesign: Design a book cover for a book you love.

The contest is free to enter and is open to ages 12 to 19.

Six $25 gift certificates to Central City Shopping Centre will be awarded for the top six entries and the work will be featured on Surrey Public Libraries’ website.

The contest deadline is Monday, Nov. 26.

For details, visit www.surreylibraries.ca or the libraries or contact Ellen at eywu@surrey.ca or 604-598-7436.

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