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Photo Gallery: Library FunFest

| Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018, 8:06 p.m.
Roman Mendez, 8, and his brother Manuel, 11, successfully operate “Mille 2.0” around the bot course at the second annual Library Funfest presented by the Monroeville Library and the Monroeville Area Chamber on Oct. 13. The bot challenge was part of the Gateway High School Quasics exhibit. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Roman Mendez, 8, and his brother Manuel, 11, successfully operate “Mille 2.0” around the bot course at the second annual Library Funfest presented by the Monroeville Library and the Monroeville Area Chamber on Oct. 13. The bot challenge was part of the Gateway High School Quasics exhibit. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Maxwell Skillman, 5, has his face painted by volunteer artist Rebecca Chioda at the second annual Library Funfest presented by the Monroeville Library and the Monroeville Area Chamber on Oct. 13. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Maxwell Skillman, 5, has his face painted by volunteer artist Rebecca Chioda at the second annual Library Funfest presented by the Monroeville Library and the Monroeville Area Chamber on Oct. 13. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Four-year-old Callisto Chen paints a pumpkin of many colors at the second annual Library Funfest presented by the Monroeville Library and the Monroeville Area Chamber on Oct. 13. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Four-year-old Callisto Chen paints a pumpkin of many colors at the second annual Library Funfest presented by the Monroeville Library and the Monroeville Area Chamber on Oct. 13. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Cassandra McFall, 3, chases the “code-a-pillar” around the gallery at the second annual Library Funfest presented by the Monroeville Library and the Monroeville Area Chamber on Oct. 13. Code-a-pillar was part of the Gateway High School Quasics exhibit. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Cassandra McFall, 3, chases the “code-a-pillar” around the gallery at the second annual Library Funfest presented by the Monroeville Library and the Monroeville Area Chamber on Oct. 13. Code-a-pillar was part of the Gateway High School Quasics exhibit. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Maxwell Skillman, 5, has his face painted at the second annual Library Funfest presented by the Monroeville Library and the Monroeville Area Chamber on Oct. 13. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Maxwell Skillman, 5, has his face painted at the second annual Library Funfest presented by the Monroeville Library and the Monroeville Area Chamber on Oct. 13. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review

Monroeville Library and the Monroeville Area Chamber hosted the second annual Library Funfest on Oct. 13.

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