Before cameras were readily available, Japanese fishermen recorded their daily catch using this technique. Presently, it is considered to be a fanciful and desirable form of decorative art.
Please bring a smock or wear clothing as the paint may splatter.
Baby goats, yoga, fresh air, and exercise all come together at Catapano's Dairy Farm in Peconic. Experience absolute joy!
Bring a yoga mat or large towel. Directions: catapanodairyfarm.com or 631-765-8042
No, not the fancy, futuristic automobile but something even better. Experiments with Electricity taught by the shockingly wonderful Bob Jester.
Meet at the Greenport Fire Station on Third Street, Greenport.
This week starts with a BONUS CLASS at the Little Red Barn in Jamesport. Feed and play with baby farm animals, groom and ride a horse, chase a chicken or two. Learn things about the animals while having a great time.
Little Red Barn, 353 Manor Lane, Jamesport 631-566-1690
Icing, sugar, cookies, and imagination come together as Hanna teaches the delicate and delicious art of inspired cookie decorating.
Wear old clothes as colorful icing can be pretty sticky.
All are welcome to the 2nd annual Southold Police Kid's Fun*Fest. Chief Flatley, his officers and their equipment will be in Mitchell Park to meet and greet. Fingerprinting (for fun), ATVs, police cars, vans, the mobile command center, motorcylcles, bikes,and perhaps a boat or two will be available to climb into, investigate, and maybe even catch a ride.
Perhaps a clown, or a princess, or a puppy, or a pirate, or even a bouquet of flowers....a little imagination and a great deal of paint and fun makes a plain plaster mask into an Objet d'Art. Wear old clothes!
Only Quogue Wildlife Refuge can bring something as cool as this program to the Paul Drum Life Experience Project. If you like creepy, crawly, night-time visitors, this is the class for you!
Cornell Co-operative Extension Marine Center will be bringing over loads of shellfish found in local waters. We'll learn how they live, what they eat, who eats them, and then use their discarded shells as a canvas for a colorful painted display.
A completed consent form is REQUIRED to attend any class provided by The Paul Drum Life Experience Project. Please print this form, fill it out and bring it to the first class your child is registered in. Only one form per child per year is required.