The Bok Street Festival enabled learning through art for children of all ages. The table set up consisted of a chalkboard cloth and drawing handouts describing the Pennsylvania’s native fish, the Brook Trout. Each child was able to color both the fish and its habitat or was given the option to cut out the fish and string it like a fishing pole. This peaked their interest in learning more about marine animals and the different colors they make up in the sea or ocean. Some facts about the brook trout involve its 4-7 year average life span, the length of an adult brook trout being 2 feet long at seven pounds, and its dark green marbled back along with red spots with blue halos on its sides.