“A Glossary of These Waters” is a collaboratively created week of arts programs in Waterville, Maine. We’ll explore the Kennebec River and watershed, focusing on how we can engage and honor the River and her memories, properties, and futures. This week of art and reflective programs, workshops, and activities is created by the ARC-Hive Collective, a shifting group of Maine-based educators, artists, performers, and archivists.
Visit The Watershed at Greene Block + Studios, the project’s central hub space, a place to rest, reflect, and play. There you’ll find a library for all ages focused on rivers, their ecosystems, histories, and futures. You’ll also encounter objects donated by community members that relate to the Kennebec River and Waterville history, interactive games, and an oral history booth.
The Watershed is open daily 10AM-6PM. You’re welcome to stay for as long as you’d like; the space has free Wi-Fi, comfortable seating, and snacks.
Open to all ages. ADA accessible. Learn more at aglossaryofthesewaters.com.