Join Michael Perry, Monday, March 4, 3 to 4 p.m., for a beautiful slide program capturing the second half of a summer of a lifetime in the Great Land.
River Arts in Damariscotta is inviting artists to submit up to three works for jurying in the upcoming “Figures, Photos & Forms” show. This show will feature the figure in all mediums with a sp
Artists have been painting, drawing and sculpting the human form for centuries. Why?
The DaPonte String Quartet kicks off its 28th year with a series that blankets southern and Midcoast Maine. The program, “Through the Looking Glass,” features works by Shostakovich, Bartók and H
Harbor Theater’s Exhibition on Screen series of art films on Friday afternoons is reaching its halfway point. Films on Monet, Degas and Picasso have played to enthusiastic audiences since October.
185 Townsend Ave., Boothbay Harbor ~ 633-0438 ~ www.boothbaycinema.org
According to Yankee Magazine, “mud season is God’s way of letting New Englanders know they haven’t gotten to
Phyllis Chinlund, the widow of photographer Ray Witlin, will open an exhibit of his work on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at the Wiscasset Public Library.
Hallowell-based musicians brought their Maine version of The Band’s Last Waltz to the Opera House Feb.
The Wild and Scenic Film Festival on Tour returns to Damariscotta at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 4 at Lincoln Theater with a curated selection of the festival’s 2019 films.
“Our band is a lot like this place,” says Chatham County Line guitarist, lead singer and songwriter Dave Wilson.
Love was in the air Thursday, Feb. 14 at St. Andrews Village.
While waiting for warmer weather indoors, exercise your brain cells and learn something new with the Kennebec Estuary Land Trust (KELT) by reading a good book.
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