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Wonderland Tea Party: Sunday, August 9

Merrymeeting Arts Center invites you to take a step back in time and joins for tea, sandwiches, and cakes.

There will be Alice in Wonderland croquet, Mad Hat making, and games.

With special guests. . .cast members from the Midcoast Youth Theater‘s upcoming show “Alice in Wonderland”!

Don’t miss it!  Sunday, August 9, from 3 – 5 pm at the Merrymeeting Arts Center, 9 Main Street in Bowdoinham.

$5 per guest or $8 per family.  Funded in part by Town of Bowdoinham.

p.s. Don’t be late for this very important date!

Wonderland Tea Party 2015 jpeg
Click image to download a poster of the event.

Bay Clay Workshop on Saturday, July 25

PLACES STILL AVAILABLE – CALL NOW

Bay Clay Workshop from with Matt Ahlers at the Merrymeeting Arts Center, Bowdoinham (part of  summer exhibit “Bay Clay, Bay Brick, Bay Pottery”). Participants must be 12 + years old. No experience needed.

Limit 10 students, call to reserve a place 207-370-5002.

More FREE Workshops & Activities Coming Soon!

July 20 & 23, 10 – 12:  Drop-In Art using Bay Clay with Peggy Muir

July 25, 10 – 1:  Pottery Workshop with Matt Ahlers using Bay Clay (limited to 10 participants)

August 16, 2-4 pm:  Talk by Archaeologists Jay Robbins & Bill Burgess

August 23, 2-4 pm: Bay Geology with Dr. Arthur Hussey

August 30, 1-4 pm:   Clay Songs, Clay Stories – A Writing Workshop with Gary Lawless

Gallery open Saturday from 10-1 & Sundays from 1-4 at 9 Main Street, Bowdoinham (down by the river in the village)

For more information, contact us below or call 207-370-5002.  

Summer Arts Camp, Week 4: Letterboxing

Kate Cutko, Bowdoinham’s fearless librarian, will be sharing her love of letter boxing with us this week at Summer Arts Camp.  Letterboxing is a treasure hunt.  It is similar to geocaching, but it is low-tech.  As a fan of letter boxing, I love the clues, the stamps you find, and the chance to visit new spots that you might not have discovered otherwise.  Kate has carved two stamps and will be leading us to find two new letterboxes that she has placed just for us. Kids should wear good walking shoes.  For more information about Merrymeeting Art Center’s Summer Arts Camp, visit here.

Also, to find out more about letter boxing, check out these two websites:  Letterboxing.org and AtlastQuest.com

Last week, we had a small number for making fairy houses, and since it looked like rain, we set up in the gazebo and made fairies.  It was a beautiful morning after all!

Fairies

 

Fairies