Join us on Saturday, August 27th for a FREE gyotaku workshop hosted by Mark Zejac at the Westport Farmers' Market. Gyotaku is the traditional Japanese art of fish printing and was used for decades by fisherman to log their catches, but has become a fun craft for people of all ages. In order to get a nice fish print, different inks are applied directly to fish which are then carefully pressed against a sheet of paper. This method can be used on other nature samples, including leaves. There is no fee for this workshop, but adult supervision is recommended when working with inks. All supplies will be provided.
Join the Westport Land Conservation Trust (WLCT) and certified yoga instructor, Andrea DeVeau, for a sunset yoga class at the Westport Town Farm. Suggested $10 donation. All experience levels are welcome.