BELFAST — On Saturday, June 29, from 5 to 7 p.m., Waterfall Arts will presents Suppahtime, a play-with-your-food potluck. The whole community is welcomed to the table for play-dough appetizers, a potluck dinner, and design-your-own-desserts. Make salad sculptures, fruit mandalas, and veggie portraits. Food is fun at Waterfall Arts, said the arts center, in a news release.
Suppahtime is an event for all ages. All children must be accompanied by an adult. The event will be held on the lawn at Waterfall Arts (inside if it rains).
The event is free, but donations are always welcome. No advance registration is required -- simply show up.
Suppahtime is both a community potluck and a multi-sensory art experience. Playdough “appetizers” and dessert ingredients will be provided. Participants are invited to bring food to share. Sup
pahtime is a goofy, fun, inexpensive, creative, and delicious event for all ages, according to the release.
Suppahtime is one of several All Ages Art Happenings (AAAH) events held throughout the year, led by Bridget Matros, Waterfall Arts’ Youth & Family Outreach Manager. AAAH events engage area youth and families through community-building “art parties” with memorable, themed, multi-sensory art experiences for all ages.
Waterfall Arts’ Youth & Family Outreach Program is made possible by local business sponsors Bangor Savings Bank, The Green Store, Little River Veterinary Clinic, Sundog Solar, and CG Bikes. Additional support is provided by foundations such as the Onion Foundation and the Maine Arts Commission, as well as individual donors.
Launched in 2000, Waterfall Arts is a community arts center that offers resources to students, professionals, and arts enthusiasts of all ages. Opportunities include classes, exhibitions, art events, performances, open community studios (clay, print, and darkroom photography), public art projects, and more.
Waterfall Arts is located at 256 High Street in downtown Belfast.
For more information, visit www.waterfallarts.org or call (207)-338-2222.