The Little River Speaks Project will host art-making sessions from 10 a.m. to noon on Sundays at four sites in the coming weeks for people of all ages and abilities with the aim of “giving a voice to the waters and land that are under direct threat from the construction and operation of the Nordic aquaculture project,” according to a news release.

The first session will be held on June 6 at the waterfall off Tufts Road in Belfast. The second, on June 20, will take place in Belfast at 85 Edgecomb Road. The third gathering will be held July 4 at the Belfast Water District trailhead, located at 285 Northport Ave; the last will take place July 18 at the Harriet L. Hartley Conservation Area, located at 290 Northport Avenue in Belfast. Session locations progress from the Little River headwaters to Penobscot Bay.

Painters, those who draw, poets, photographers, writers, dancers, singers and others are encouraged to attend. Art supplies will be available for those who need them.

To register, visit littleriverspeaks.org. For more information, phone 338-5719 or email lrnvalle@gmail.com.