Everyone is invited to Suppahtime, an AAAAH event, Friday, Sept. 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Waterfall Arts, 256 High St., AAAAH stands for Affordable All Ages Art Happenings, multi-sensory, immersive party-events for everyone produced by Waterfall Arts and Bridget Matros.

The AAAAH events are part of Waterfall Arts' community outreach, designed to give everyone access to cool, one-of-a-kind events. Suppahtime promises to be the no-holds-barred community dining experience you've been waiting for your whole life. Mainers love potlucks and community dinners, but most have unwritten rules about playing with your food. But at this super-long dinner table, it is OK to get a little wacky with the edibles. First course, make anything you like with one ingredient (play dough); second course:, a "real food" potluck, so bring something to share. And for dessert, everyone is challenged to make a plate creation with a few sweet items — there will be prizes for the most artful, structurally sound and least appetizing results.

Admission to AAAAH events is $5 for adults at the door, $3 for kids younger than 13 … and crawlers get in free. All ages are welcome. For Suppahtime, bring some supper-food to share, with a label. At this green event, plates and silverware will be supplied and diners must WYOP (wash yer own plate). That chore will be made interesting, too.

For more information, visit waterfallarts.org; visit the event’s Facebook page; or call 338-2222.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or dernest@courierpublicationsllc.com.