Historically a "wayzgoose" was entertainment given by a master printer to his employees at the end of the summer. It was traditionally done on St. Bartholomew's Day (24 August) to mark the coming seasons in which work was done by candlelight. Now it is a gathering of printers or like minded design folks who gather for education and merriment. The museum hosts a Wayzgoose every year to celebrate printing, graphic design, type design, book making, paper making, and all other designerly delights. Each year a commemorative poster is printed. Collect them all.