In support of a just and vibrant economy, The WASH Project will be hosting two puppet making workshops. Once put into action, the puppets will represent “worker’s rights, responsible management of resources, democratic-decision making, sacredness, the arts, and equity for all people!” And what could be better than that?
The community is invited to partake in this instrumental exercise on April 23rd at The WASH Project and April 30th at The Foundry. With the political climate so volatile, it’s time to speak out for what is right and what is fair.
Folks from all walks of life are invited to participate, and all events are free and open to the public.
The mask making sessions will ultimately lead to a parade, rally, and skate party on Sunday, May 7th at Skateland (33 E. Ferry St). The events will recognize worker and climate justice in honor of International Workers’ Day, in hope that we can promote the benefits of living in a more regenerative economy.
Feel free to come and go as you please.
The WASH Project workshop | 593 Grant Street | 10am-5pm | April 23, 2017
The Foundry workshop | 298 Northampton Street | 10am-5pm | April 30, 2017
10am-1pm: Puppet Making Block #1
1-2pm: Just Transition Training
Buffalo May Day Celebration 2017 | Sunday, May 7, 2017