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Teen Photo Contest "Fall Into Autumn"

Posted: by Emma on October 14, 2016

The Fall Teen Photo Contest theme is "Fall Into Autumn" We live in one of the prettiest areas for the season, so we are looking for your beautiful autumn photos! Win free movies passes. Winning photos to be featured in the Library and online. Entry Deadline: November 30, 2016

Teen Photo Contest

Join our photo contest and submit your best photograph of the changing colours of Fall.

Rules

Who: Ages 13 - 18 year olds

What: You may use cameras, smartphones, or tablets. Digital or prints will be accepted.

How: You can submit your entry by emailing Maureen McKillop, Programming Assistant at mmckillop@thebluemountains.ca or by dropping off a hard copy print at the L.E. Shore Memorial Library - 173 Bruce St.

1. Attach a signed and completed Entry Form

2. Attach the photo(s)

Judging

Photos will be displayed at the L.E. Shore Memorial Library and on The Blue Mountains Public Library website and social media pages.  The Grand Prize winners will be chosen by Library Staff. 

(If a person or people are in your photograph(s), they must sign the media release form (available here) or at the Library or you can request by emailing mmckillop@thebluemountains.ca)

 

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