Union Park Press is proud to be a partner of the deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum’s first Family SculptureFest! On Sunday, September 19th, the beautiful museum and grounds–only 20mins from Boston–will be filled with an array of family-friendly activities in celebration of contemporary art.

The event–both indoors and out–includes Sculpture Park tours, scavenger hunts, art-making, art sale, performances, and community-related activities. Plus, Union Park Press will be there to represent our collection of local books; Meg Muckenhoupt will be there to sign Boston’s Gardens & Green Spaces, and Chris Klein will be there to sign Discovering the Boston Harbor Islands and The Die-Hard Sports Fan’s Guide to Boston; and all families that stop by our booth will be entered into our raffle for the day. What better place to support all things local, than on this special day-long event?!

More details from deCordova:

o Join professional sand sculptor Greg Grady in making your own sculptures
o Conduct interviews with WBUR’s arts and culture reporter Andrea Shea
o Make your own mini sculptures inspired by artwork in the Park
o Interact with Park artists
o Enjoy live musical and dance performances and puppet shows
o Collaborate with other visitors to create a community mural
o Shop the juried art sale, featuring work from 42 New England-based artists
o Tour the Park, Museum, and exhibitions

Admission:
o $15 for adults 18+
o $12 for youths (5-7), students, and seniors
o Free for Lincoln residents, Members, Corporate Members, and Active Military Duty Personnel
o Includes entry to the new fall exhibitions
o Advance tickets available

Parking: All parking is free at Reservoir Place, 1601 Trapelo Road, Waltham (Rte. 128 and Trapelo Road in Waltham – exit 28). Shuttle bus service will be provided to deCordova’s campus 9:30am-5:30pm.

For ticketing and more information please visit: www.decordova.org/fest

Hope to see you there!