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Georgetown, ME 04548
The Georgetown Working League is holding their 100th annual fair in 2013. Quilt raffle, handmade items,collectibles, homemade baked goods, art, crafts, books, jewelry, white elephants, childrens activities, lunch. All proceeds benefit the town.
Rockland, ME 04841
The Coastal Children’s Museum and National Audubon’s Project Puffin are teaming up to offer Seaside Science, a six week series of science workshops for children 6 and up focusing on topics such as biodiversity, adaptations, conservation and more. The workshops will take place from 3:30-4:30 starting Saturday May 25th and continue each Saturday until June 29th. Each program will focus on a different topic to build scientific knowledge and skills through activities, stories, games and art. The series culminates in an afternoon trip to Hog Island off of Muscongus Bay.
Portland, ME 04101
COLLECT: MECA's Summer Art Sale
This event benefits MECA's scholarship fund and participating artists - work by over 100 Maine College of Art community artists.
June 7-9, 2013 - 85 Free Street (entrance behind Maine College of Art), Portland, ME.
Friday, June 7, 9:00am-9:00pm, Saturday, June 8, 9:00am-7:00pm (Meet the Artists 2:00pm-5:00pm), Sunday, June 9, 10:00am-2:00pm. For more information visit www.meca.edu/artsale.
Livermore, ME 04253
Throughout July and August, the Washburn-Norlands Living History Center will be open every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. for “Living History Tours”. Visitors to the site are engaged by people, dressed in period clothing, who portray a local person, someone you might have met had you visited in 1870.
Jamie Wyeth’s connection to Monhegan dates to the late 1950s, when he first went there with his father, and he has continued to paint there ever since. His connection to fellow artist Rockwell Kent goes back nearly as far. Early in his career Wyeth bought several pen and ink drawings by Kent used as the sources for his illustrations to Moby Dick, one of Kent’s most renowned book illustration projects. Subsequently, Wyeth bought several of Kent’s paintings from his first period on the island around 1907.
An evening lantern lit tour will explore Damariscotta, Wiscasset, Boothbay Harbor, Camden or Bath, discovering ghosts and history, spirits and mystery. Buildings that once seemed ordinary will take on eerie new dimensions as The Lady in the Red Cloak relives their history and that of the ghostly entities that are said to still reside there. The walks are fairly easy and appropriate for all ages. $12 for adults, $7 children under 12, free children under 5. By reservation only. 207-380-3806, www.redcloakhauntedhistorytours.com
Seal Cove, ME 04674
Join us to take a walk through our Brass Era Automobile Museum and meet the ‘ghosts’ surrounding these early ‘fiery motor beasts’. Discover the spooky sounds and scary sights, and learn haunted history facts! Don’t miss this opportunity to catch a glimpse of these brass trimmed autos as the Museum will be closing for the season on Wednesday October 31st. Browse the Museum Store for end of the season sales while you get a jump on your holiday shopping! For questions or directions call the Museum at 207-244-9242.
Starts: Oct 29 2012 - 7:00pm
Ends: Oct 29 2012 - 10:00pm
Rockland, ME 04841
Eve Best and Charles Edwards star as the bantering Beatrice and Benedick, Shakespeare’s wittiest pair of lovers in a romantic comedy with a twist of suspense.
Starts: Oct 29 2012 - 7:30pm
Ends: Oct 29 2012 - 11:00pm
Portland, ME 04101
With THE RAINWATER LP, Citizen Cope offers the clearest distillation yet of his distinct musical approach, a laidback gumbo of acoustic blues, singer/songwriter rock ‘n’ roll and deep soul grooves. Born Clarence Greenwood, but known to friends and fans as simply “Cope,” the Brooklyn-based artist has crafted an album redolent of such classic tunesmiths as Randy Newman and Stevie Wonder – both major touchstones for his emotively penned songs. As such, it’s virtually impossible to put a finger on Citizen Cope’s idiosyncratically inimitable sound.