Join Lisa Loeb Live on Facebook with Crayola

CrayolaRemember Lisa Loeb, best-known for her number one hit “Stay (I Missed You)? She’ll be on a Facebook live chat with Crayola on Wednesday, March 7 at 9 PM ET (8 PM CST). You’ll be able to ask questions about the following topics – Why Does Creativity Matter?, Growing Up Creative, and Simple Tips, Easy Ideas.

Join in for the first Inside the Crayon Box chat on the Crayola Facebook page. Lisa Loeb will share as personal stories, practical advice and ways she brings a little creative play into every day for her daughter.  If you are not able to attend the chat live, do not worry, you can check the session out on the Crayola YouTube Channel.



And here’s a look at what Crayola thinks about creativity:

Crayola wants every child to be creatively alive, so come to the “Inside the Crayon Box,” for a special live chat with celebrities and trusted parenting experts that will inspire and spark ideas to expand your child´s creative thinking. If you find yourself looking for new ways to inspire your children to express their ideas and build their creativity, you´ll want to join to learn and share!

Will you be joining us?

MyBlogSpark and Crayola provided the information about this chat. A giveaway package will be coming soon!

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