The Terra Diddle Collective has mounted an exhibit of felted masks and large puppets by Kathryn Oliver at Zoot Coffee, 31 Elm St./Route 1. Performance photos of Terra Diddle Collective also are on display through the month of March.

Further celebration of the local grassroots arts collaboration will take place with live music Saturday, March 27 at noon. Musicians Kristi Williamson, Tree Sampson and Noah Gabriel  will perform music from the Terra Diddle Collective’s song repertoire. This musical gathering, inspiring for all ages, will be a fundraiser to support a summer workshop and performance.

The Terra Diddle Collective relies on donations to cover the gap between class fees and expenses. A donation jar and information about the group is available next to the display throughout the month. Tax deductible donations can be made out to their fiscal partner, Waldo Arts Mission, 501©3.

The Terra Diddle Collective is led by Oliver and Williamson. Together, they teach the arts of transformational theater, develop inspiring stories for community productions and collaborate with local artists, musicians and children. For more information, call Oliver at 763-4038 or visit

VillageSoup Art/Entertainment Editor Dagney Ernest can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail to