The Beauty of Westport Photo Sales to benefit the Westport River Watershed Alliance.
WRWA has enjoyed the generosity of local artists for many years as they provide their beautiful images to our organization for the annual calendar and for sale at the annual Summer Gala. Now you can order these images on canvas frame or as a mounted print and they will be delivered directly to your door.
This offering will help raise funds for WRWA during this time when we have had to cancel many of our important fundraising events, and it serves to remind us all of the beauty and power of nature. We are fortunate to live and work in such a beautiful place!
We can offer a much larger selection of photographs, mounting and sizes by special order- call 508-636-3016 x 1003 or email email@example.com.
Photograph offerings will be changed seasonally.
View the latest photographs:
Juxtaposition by Jane Dahill Flanigan
Seasonal Photo on Canvas Print on Frame
Seasonal Photo Matted Print
Dates: Saturday, September 12 & 26 and Saturday October 10
Time: 10am-3pm (one hour time slots for each pre-registered group)
Location: WRWA River Center, 493 Old County Road
Center open Saturdays begin for this summer in July. Come see the creatures in the aquariums, watch the augmented reality sand table and observe the creatures we find under the projection microscope. Visitors will be required to pre-register by emailing River Center email
if you would like to schedule a visit to our amazing Resource Room. Sessions last one hour and are available at 10am, 11am, 1pm or 2pm. Each time slot can have up to 8 guests from the same group. All visitors must wear face masks and practice social distancing while in the building.
You might want to bring something special to see on our projection microscope!
This fun self-guided family quest showcases Westport’s amazing heritage and environment. Visit six awesome places featured in the free booklet, look around, and answer some fun questions.
Print the passport and go explore!passport2020
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WRWA’s River Center Commemorative Booklet. This booklet is a chronicle of the construction and renovation project, transforming the old Head Garage to the new River Center, with a brief history of the building dating back to the early 18th century.