Members of Walford School eco-council helped complete the construction of a willow dragon at Ross Community Garden on Friday, March 6.
The pupils helped weave the panels which gave the huge creation stability at its base.
Clyde Jefferson of Wild Wicker is over-seeing the project which is being jointly funded by createROSS and Haygrove.
The construction of the willow dragon is the first event in this year’s Ross Reinvented Festival which has a dragon theme.
Future events for youngsters will include a special family film show and craft day at Ross Labels as well as a dragon wing-making workshop at the library.
The main musical events organised by the Reinvented Festival will take place between May 19-25:
Tuesday, May 19 – ‘Here be Dragons’ - a spoken anthology of original dragon poems and tales from local authors. Ross Library at 7pm for 7.30 pm, £5 entry on the door (£4 for RLDG members).
Friday, May 22 – ‘Bonfire Radicals’ - “One of the most exciting and eclectic musical groups I have heard” The Venue at 7.30pm, tickets £15 with supper (TicketSource/Rossiters).
Saturday, May 23 ‘Gwent Chamber Orchestra’ – Music of Fire and Ice , a programme including works by Boyce, Mozart, Haydn and Elgar. St Mary’s Church ~ £15 (TicketSource/Rossiters)
Sunday, May 24 ‘Launch of the Vaga’ - experience the launch of the third exhibit in the Museum without Walls.
Riverside Launch Sunday, May 24 ‘Music at the Bandstand’ – Frampton Silver Band 2pm