Sunday, Oct. 21
With Halloween approaching the Opera House in Boothbay Harbor is preparing to welcome guests, seen and unseen, in the weeks ahead.
Damariscotta River Grill hosts four new artists, Judy Conlan, Patti Corscaden, Sarah Lynn Richards and Cory Stafford in their upcoming show, Oct. 22 - Dec. 3.
Irene M. Drago of Bath will discuss Bath’s maritime history and how it inspired her debut novel, in a presentation at Wiscasset Public Library on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at 5 p.m.
Music, autumn, homemade pies and fundraising converge on Saturday, Oct. 13 at Inn Along the Way at the Chapman Farm, 741 Main Street in Damariscotta.
What do an Inuit father and son, a coastal Madagascar community, and a frustrated mom trying to wean her four kids off of their screens have in common?
River Arts in Damariscotta is inviting artists throughout Maine to submit artwork for the following two shows: “Abstraction” and the Holiday Shop.
The Chocolate Church Art Center announces the second annual Celebrity Poetry Slam. On Saturday, Oct.
The Theater Project in Brunswick is wrapping up its first show of the 2018-2019 season with the final performances of “Seal” by Clay Graybeal and directed by Michael Rafkin.
Until now, Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum volunteers in steel toes would lay track using their gloved hands.
Lincoln Theater will be hosting a screening of the classic film, “The Atomic Café,” along with a post-screening discussion with one of the film’s directors, Jayne Loader, on Sunday, Oct.
Sunday, Oct. 14
The votes are in and 50 subscribers have chosen their favorites for the Harbor Theater’s Classic Film Series consisting of six movies to be screened once a month from October through March.
Traditionally, Native people have used beading as a way of storytelling and linking the story to a place.
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