RSU 21, in conjunction with The Education Foundation of the Kennebunks and Arundel and The Bauman Family Foundation, will host approximately 385 fourthand fifth-grade students at Sea Road School in Kennebunk on Sept. 24 (fourth-grade) and Sept. 25 (fifth-grade), featuring artists from River Tree Arts and a performance by “Scot the Mime.”

Sea Road School will host over 12 instructors from River Tree Arts to present small group workshops in areas ranging from metalsmithing to acrylic painting. Each student will be able to select from a variety of choices and participate in two hour-long workshops in the morning. Work will then be taken back to River Tree Arts to be showcased at an exhibition in the Irvine Art Gallery Sept. 30– Oct. 7, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The community is invited to view pieces from the talented young artists.

In the afternoon, Scot Cannon, a mime whose shows emphasize anti-bullying messages and building self- esteem, will treat students to a performance. Several students will also be showcased in the performance following morning sessions with the performance artist. This event continues a great tradition in the RSU of exposing students to the arts and building community relationships.