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  • Thursday June 30 2016

    Lynn Deeves and Robby Coffin @ Drummore Bay Concert Hall

    Maine singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Lynn Deeves merges folk, blues and gospel influences with soulful vocals and inspiring lyrics. She has shared stages with Catie Curtis, Cheryl Wheeler, Ellis Paul, America. Portland Press Herald says of her live show: “5 star stage presence…this gals’ got a set of pipes!” Guitarist Robby Coffin has performed with Noel […] View event

  • Flights of Fancy! Birds at Markings Gallery @ Markings Gallery

    through June, show of diverse bird forms in multi media View event

  • “The Depot” @ Skowhegan History House Museum & Research Center

    through October. Includes numerous artifacts, informative panels, photographs, maps, and more that illustrate just how vital Skowhegan’s railroad was – from its start in 1856 until the last bit of track was removed in 1971 View event

  • “Maine Light,” by Margaret Gerding @ Greenhut Galleries

    Greenhut Galleries presents Margaret Gerding’s exhibition, Maine Light, on view from June 2 – July 2, 2016 Maine Light continues Gerding’s exploration of the landscape using the warm seductive color palette and textured brushwork that has become her signature. Maine Light explores a spirit of place through light, color, shape, texture and tone. View event

  • “Mixed Bag” @ Gallery at Widgeon Cove

    Runs through July 12. work by gallery artists View event

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    Ready to re-enter the workforce? @ Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center

    If you are ready to reenter the work force, yet your work skills are a bit rusty and your resume needs a refresher course then perhaps the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is right for you. SCSEP is a Department of Labor Job Training Program administered through Goodwill of Northern New England for low […] View event

  • “Open Spaces: Reimagining Pastoral Maine” @ L.C. Bates Museum

    The L.C. Bates Museum is proud to announce its new exhibition Open Spaces: Reimagining Pastoral Maine, opening on May 6th and ending October 15th, 2016. The exhibit aims to explore the natural beauty of Maine’s fields and the flora and fauna that fill them. Defining fields as an expansive space, the exhibition seeks to combine scientific […] View event

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    To your health: Examining the history of modern medicine @ Brick Store Museum

    The Brick Store Museum opened its newest exhibition, “To Your Health: Examining the History of Modern Medicine,” presented by York Hospital and co-sponsored by Southern Maine Health Care. Visitors to the exhibition can discover the fascinating history of how our bodies have experienced disease and treatment over 250 years, and how healthcare has changed over […] View event

  • CURIOUS HAPPENING BY CARLO ALBUCCI @ Gold/Smith Gallery

    OPENING RECEPTION FOR FLORENTINE ARTIST CARLO ALBUCCI AT GOLD/SMITH GALLERY IN BOOTHBAY HARBOR, SATURDAY JULY2ND 4 TO 7 P.M. CARLO PAINT HT EFOIBLES AND FANTASIES THAT MAKE UP HIS DAILY LIFE IN ITALY. THEPAINTINGS ARE LARGE OILS ON MASONITE AND QUITE FUNNY. HE STUDIED FIGURE PAINTING AT THE FAMOUS ACADEMIA DELLA BELLE ARTE IN FLORENCE. […] View event

  • Calling All Makers! @ Children's Museum of New Hampshire

    Calling all inventors, scientists, tinkerers and makers. The 4th annual Dover Mini Maker Faire is happening at the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire this Summer, August 27th! Join over 50 of your fellow makers in this showcase of creativity. Makers Faire is a day long festival where people of all ages show what they are […] View event

  • 12:30pm Community

    Augusta Food Bank @ Augusta Food Bank

    providing groceries to residents of Augusta and Manchester View event

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    Mah Jongg @ Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center

    with Jane Tedrow. Games will take place every Thursday. Remember to bring 2016 American Mah Jongg card. Those who own an American Mah Jongg set are encouraged to bring it in. View event

  • Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous @ Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Augusta

    Every Thursday View event

  • Spirit 101 @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Are you curious about how mediums communicate with Spirits and receive information from people who have passed from this life into the spirit world? Join medium Francine McEwen for this new 2 hour workshop for beginners or anyone interested in Spirit communication. Pre-registration is required. Call 626-777 to reserve your spot. View event

  • Daytime Bereavement Support Group @ J.R. Community Center

    June 30 – August 18, 2016 Thursday 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm at the J.R. Community Center, 189 Alfred Street, Biddeford Hospice of Southern Maine will be sponsoring a daytime bereavement support group for adults who have experienced the death of a loved one. This group will be facilitated by Carol Schoneberg-Robinson, Bereavement Services Manager […] View event

  • Coloring Group for Grown-Ups @ Springvale Public Library

    Springvale Public Library presents ‘Color Our World’ Coloring Group for Grown-ups. Every last Thursday of the month, please join us from 2-3 pm for coloring and socializing. Springvale Library is located at 443 Main Street, Springvale, ME. For more information call 324-4624 or visit www.springvalelibrary.org View event

  • 2:00pm Theater

    Bridge to Terabithia @ Sparrows Nest Theater

    Sparrows Nest Theater is proud to present Bridge to Terabithia, A play based on the award winning book by Katherine Paterson June 30, July 1 and 2 at 7pm July 3 at 2pm Call 696-4323 for reservations Sparrows Nest Theater is located at 1114 West Mills Rd. Industry Great Family Entertainment View event

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    Todd Frazier Presents: Music, Medicine, and Healing @ Studzinski Recital Hall, Bowdoin College

    Bowdoin Festival Extra presents special events throughout the summer. Concerts and public masterclasses feature our resident artists and participants; lectures and demonstrations feature faculty and guest presenters. Tickets are not required. All events are free. Suggested donation $10. The Bowdoin Festival Extra series is sponsored by Sebasco Harbor Resort and is generously supported by the […] View event

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    2:30pm Theater

    Anything Goes @ The Ogunquit Playhouse

    All aboard for this splendid and saucy musical comedy! Anything Goes is the winner of three 2011 Tony Awards including Best Musical Revival and considered one of the greatest musicals of all time. When the S.S. American heads out to sea, etiquette and convention get tossed out the portholes as three unlikely pairs set off […] View event

  • Come to the Yarmouth Farmers' Market for fresh Food, flowers and Live Music Every Thursday 3-6pm

    Yarmouth Farmers’ Market @ Yarmouth Farmers' Market

    The Yarmouth Farmers’ Market runs Thursdays 3-6pm from June 2-September 29 at 317 Main Street in Yarmouth, Maine. We’ve got 15 great vendors and live music every week. Come see us! View event

  • 3:00pm For Kids

    Minecraft @ Belgrade Public Library

    Belgrade — Come join our Minecraft event the last Thursday of every month at 3:00 pm (in the summer we meet every Thursday). Want to meet others who play Minecraft? Interested in playing together in person? This is a great chance to build and explore together or simply get to know others that play. The […] View event

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    Flash Fan Fiction Workshop for Teens @ Portland Public Teen Library

    Calling all teen writers and fandom fans! Start off your summer with this unique workshop at Portland Public Library with our friends from Unwritten Roads. In this week-long mini-camp, students will work together to write, edit and publish their own flash fan fiction pieces with the guidance of experienced teaching artists. Students have the option […] View event

  • Kingfield Farmers Market @ Schoolhouse Gallery

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    BIG Bluet BlowOut @ The Farm Stand

    The Farm Stand Celebrates the arrival of Bluet The South Portland grocer will host the 1st annual BIG Bluet Blow-out SOUTH PORTLAND (June, 22, 2016) – Bluet Wild Blueberry Sparkling Wine arrives next week at The Farm Stand for our 1st Annual BIG Bluet BlowOut, Thursday, June 30th from 3:30 to 5:30. There will be […] View event

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    4:00pm Music

    Renee Coolbrith @ Portland House of Music and Events

    Happy Hour with Renee Coolbrith every Thursday from 4–7pm at Portland House of Music and Events. View event

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    “John Baeder: Work from 1962 to 2015” @ Haynes Galleries

    More than fifty years worth of John Baeder’s art will be celebrated during an exhibition at Haynes Galleries this summer. “John Baeder: Work from 1962 to 2015” will present oil paintings, watercolors, and travel and still life photographs— all in the Realist tradition— that Baeder has produced during the course of his incredibly productive life […] View event

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    Teresa Oaxaca: Exuberance @ Haynes Galleries

    A contemporary artist unlike any other is bringing her dramatic work to Haynes Galleries. Teresa Oaxaca’s colorful neo-Baroque figurative paintings will soon be on display in “Teresa Oaxaca: Exuberance.” This solo show of Oaxaca’s work opens June 30 and continues until August 13 in Thomaston. It is presented concurrently with “John Baeder: Work from 1962 […] View event

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    The Fragrant Jewel: A Show of Vinaigrettes @ The Bearded Lady's Jewel Box

    The Fragrant Jewel: A Show of Vinaigrettes at The Bearded Lady’s Jewel Box Vinaigrette (vin-ai-grette), n. 1. a small ornamental box or bottle with perforated top used for holding an aromatic preparation (as smelling salts). Is there something rotten in Portland? Not if you hold one of these twelve beautifully hand crafted vinaigrettes made by […] View event

  • Wiscasset Art Walk @ Wiscasset Village

    Wiscasset Art Walk is a summertime celebration of art, music, history, and the beauty of mid-coast Maine. Park you car and explore the charming and historic riverfront Village: artists studios, art galleries, historic Nickels-Sortwell House, unique shops, strolling musicians, street performers, wine tastings, craft demos, fine and casual dining, and views of the beautiful Sheepscot […] View event

  • Wiscasset Art Walk @ Downtown Wiscasset

    The art in Wiscasset’s artist-owned galleries is splendid. The variety of delicious eating venues in the Village center is awesome. But have you shopped the shops? Wiscasset Village is home to a collection of unique, beautiful, and sometimes quirky storefronts. Wiscasset Art Walk provides an open invitation to local residents and visitors from away to […] View event

  • Ainslie’s Classic Car Cruise-In Nights @ Gardiner Waterfront Park

    has moved from Ainslie’s Market to Gardiner Waterfront Park. The organizer and disc jockey of this event, Jason Everett, will entertain with music provided by The Music Crew. New this year, Central Maine Meats, the Cruise-In’s top sponsor, will sell and provide samples of their local meat products, and other local food producers will be […] View event

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    Low-sugar strawberry jam @ Spruce Mountain High School

    Ever wonder how to preserve strawberries? University of Maine Cooperative Extension’s hands-on food preservation workshops will teach you the basics of canning and freezing strawberries, including how to use a water bath canner to preserve jam. Learn from the experts. We will provide fresh produce and canning jars. Please bring a pot holder to the […] View event

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    Customize Your Own Sign @ River Tree Arts

    In tonights Craft Night, at River Tree Arts, we will be exploring ways of altering old weathered boards to create beautiful personalized signs. Enjoy this creative night out by displaying your favorite quote or song lyric in a visual way. Students will use paint and basic hand tools to customize their own sign. Hanging hardware […] View event

  • Your health, with the best of intestines: gut health 101 with Dr. Aline Potvin, ND @ Frinklepod Farm

    Want to make sure you are actually getting the nutrients from the food you eat? Want to resolve heartburn, fatigue, achy joints, skin issues, weight gain, etc., etc.? The work all begins in the digestive tract, my friends. Join Dr. Aline Potvin in this engaging workshop to learn about simple, natural and home-made solutions for […] View event

  • Plant IQ Potluck

    Discover and share delicious, healthy plant-based dishes at Plant IQ’s June potluck. Bring a whole-food, plant-based dish (no meat, chicken, fish, dairy or eggs) to share that is low in salt, sugar and fat and without any added oils. Anyone interested in plant-based eating and nutrition is welcome, whether you have just begun to explore […] View event

  • Darn Tootin’: Steamboat Navigation and the Making of America @ Maine Maritime Museum

    Join renowned author, editor, and historian Lincoln Paine for an entertaining look at the first decades of steam navigation on the inland waters of the United States. Barely a generation separates the end of the American Revolution and the launch of Robert Fulton’s North River Steam Boat. Paine will examine the indispensable role of and […] View event

  • Jeffrey Ryan to discuss his Appalachian Odyssey @ Falmouth Memorial Library

    To kick-off our Adult Summer Reading Program, “Exercise Your Mind!”, we hope you will join us as we welcome Jeffrey H. Ryan who will discuss his book, Appalachian Odyssey: A 28-Year Hike on America’s Trail. Unlike through-hikers that complete the Appalachian Trail in one several month trip, Jeffrey Ryan took a different approach. Grabbing weeks […] View event

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    Yoga at Two Lights State Park @ Two Lights State Park

    Come and practice a gentle vinyasa flow surrounded by the scent of beach roses and the sound of crashing surf! Bring a mat or towel, sunscreen and some water and maybe a picnic to stay and enjoy the park after class. Sign up online at yogainyourpark.com and your first class is FREE! Discounts passes available […] View event

  • 6:30pm Community

    Cribbage @ American Legion Tardiff-Belanger Post 39 Madison

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    Bingo @ American Legion Barrows-Skidgell Post 105

    Kitchen opens at 5 p.m. View event

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    7:00pm Music

    Blues Open Mic Norway @ Tucker's Music Pub

    Live blues related music every Thurs. night. Early sign-up recommended at 7 pm, music at 8 pm. Electric and Acoustic. No cover. Friendly atmosphere, Cash only bar. View event

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    Live Music Thursday – Saturday at Silver Street Tavern Waterville @ Silver Street Tavern

    Live Music Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Silver Street Tavern in Waterville, ME. Thursdays 7PM – 10PM, Fridays and Saturdays 8PM – 11PM Events are usually free except for Special Events. Please feel free to call us at 207-680-2163 to confirm free events. Enjoy Super Happy Hour – 1/2 Price Drinks – from 3PM […] View event

  • 7:00pm Music

    Sandy River 3 Concert @ Corinna Gazebo

    IF RAIN: The concert will move into the library View event

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    Fancy dress bash @ Brick Store Museum

    Edith C. Barry opened the doors to the Brick Store Museum on July 1, 1936. To celebrate the Museum’s eighty years of igniting personal connections to history and art, we’re throwing a party! On June 30th, you’re invited to a 1930s-style fancy-dress bash at the Museum, our biggest fundraiser of the year. The cocktail party […] View event

  • HOT FLASH! A musical comedy now playing through August 18 at The Footlights Theatre in Falmouth.
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    Hot Flash! What A Feelin’! @ The Footlights Theatre

    Hot Flash! What A Feelin’! is a hilarious new musical comedy that celebrates women, their friendships and the adventures they face in their later years! Following the sell-out success of last summer’s Girls Only, we bring another hilarious evening of non-stop comedy and music to The Footlights Theatre stage for women of all ages -and […] View event

  • June Readers Circle @ Merrill Memorial Library

    Please join us for a discussion of Ship of Brides, by Jojo Moyes, at 7 pm on Thursday, June 30, 2016. In this post-WWII story of the war brides who crossed the seas by the thousands to face their unknown futures, it is 1946 and all over the world, young women are beginning to fulfill […] View event

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    7:00pm Music

    A summer night of jazz with the Novel Jazz Septet @ Skidompha Public Library

    Novel Jazz will be back at the Skidompha Public Library atrium on Thursday, 30 June, 2016, from 7-9:30 PM, Damariscotta, for an evening of music from the Great American Songbook. This will be their only Skidompha appearance for the summer before they begin traveling around Maine doing their Ellington/Strayhorn concerts. The musicians of this group […] View event

  • Ekphrastic prose and poetry @ Camden Public Library

    Presentation about writing that is inspired from a visual work of art–painting, photograph, or sculpture. View event

  • Publication party for “Statesman: George Mitchell and the Art of the Possible” @ Gardiner Public Library

    by Douglas Rooks, a career journalist who worked at weekly and daily newspapers for 25 years. He was the editor of the Granite State News in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, editorial page editor for the Kennebec Journal in Augusta, and editor and publisher of Maine Times. Since the turn of the century, he has been a […] View event

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    “Writerly Friendships” @ First Parish Church, Portland

    Portland Public Library is pleased to present “Writerly Friendships”, a special evening with authors Monica Wood (We Were The Kennedys, One In A Million Boy), Lily King (Euphoria), and Christina Baker Kline (Orphan Train) on Thursday, June 30th at 7:00pm at the First Parish Church. The writers will discuss the unique nature of the Portland-based […] View event

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    “Orlando” @ Burnt Cove Church Community Center

    What do you do when you’ve changed, but the world around you hasn’t yet caught up? We’ve all woken up feeling a bit off, maybe a little unlike our normal selves, but none so much as Virginia Woolf’s Orlando. He went to bed your typical Elizabethan Man: a favorite of the Queen, madly in love […] View event

  • Readers Circle: “Ship of Brides” @ Merrill Memorial Library

    Merrill Memorial Library’s Readers Circle meets Thursday, June 30th, 7 PM to discuss “Ship of Brides” by Jojo Moyes. View event

  • French classes at The Language Exchange-Spring Session Starting Soon! @ The Language Exchange

    Whether you are a total beginner, a bit rusty, or a fluent speaker interested in sharing conversation, we have classes and gatherings for you! Our Spring session is starting in only a few weeks – please see our website at www.immersionprograms.com or our Facebook page for more information. Our 8-week Beginner Class is perfect for […] View event

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    “Evita” @ Maine State Music Theatre

    Argentina’s controversial First Lady is the subject of this dynamic musical masterpiece. As an illegitimate fifteen year old, Eva escaped her dirt-poor existence for the bright lights of Buenos Aires. Driven by ambition and blessed with charisma, she was a starlet at twenty-two, the President’s mistress at twenty-four, First Lady at twenty-seven, and dead at […] View event

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    “Always … Patsy Cline” @ Lakewood Theater

    A love letter to miss Patsy Cline featuring over 27 of her songs! You’ll fall to pieces if you miss this brilliant retelling of the legendary singer’s all too short career. Always, Patsy Cline tells the true story of the friendship and pen-pal relationship that developed between Patsy Cline and Houston housewife Louise Seger, her […] View event

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    8:00pm Music

    The Dupont Brothers, with Cricket Blue @ One Longfellow Square

    Zack and Sam DuPont are a Burlington, VT based, sibling indie-folk-americana duo. Since the start of the band in March of 2013, the brothers have toured heavily throughout the Northeast, Mid Atlantic, South and Mid West in a fully independent pursuit to get their songs to as many ears as possible. Their travels have opened […] View event

  • 9:00pm Music

    The Movement @ Port City Music Hall

    The Movement’s sixth studio album, GOLDEN, dropped April 8, 2016, on Rootfire Cooperative, and debuted at #1 in the Billboard Reggae Chart. Formed in 2004 they launched The Movement with their “alternative reggae” debut album, ON YOUR FEET. The trio released their fourth album SIDE BY SIDE, debuting at #2 on the Billboard Reggae Chart. […] View event