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  • Saturday April 01 2017

    “Africa/Maine:” Photographs by Deborah Keyes @ Daunis Fine Jewelry

    through May 31. An inscription on the entrance gate to Serengeti National Park reads: “Welcome to the Serengeti where the world began.” Photographer, Deborah Keyes photographs will take you to where the world began. “Before my travels to Africa, I had thought about Africa and Maine as being two separate and radically different universes. But […] View event

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    The Fool’s Ball

    Acorn Productions, theater-in-residence at Mechanics Hall, and the Maine Charitable Mechanic Association (MCMA), the non-profit organization that owns the historic downtown building, hold their third annual winter fundraiser. “The Fool’s Ball” features the Phyzgig Variety Show with special guest Avner the Eccentric, as well as swing dance lessons with the Portland Swing Project and live […] View event

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    Call for Art: Art2017, 22nd Annual Juried Show @ Harlow Gallery

    The Kennebec Valley Art Association invites artists to submit artwork to Art2017, the 22nd annual juried show at the Harlow Gallery at 160 Water Street in Hallowell. Art2017 will be on view May 12 through June 24, 2017 and an opening reception will be held on Friday, May 12 from 5-7 with an awards ceremony […] View event

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    Youth Art Month 2017 (YAM) Exhibition at Common Street Arts @ Common Street Arts

    Youth Art Month 2017 (YAM) Exhibition at Common Street Arts For the third consecutive year, Common Street Arts celebrates the visual arts program with area schools by hosting a special student exhibition in its gallery located at 93 Main Street in downtown Waterville. Youth Art Month (YAM) at Common Street Arts showcases visual arts projects […] View event

  • Climb Aboard the Food Train

    Trinity Lutheran Church in Westbrook is sponsoring the 6th annual food drive for the Westbrook Food Pantry. The drive has started and will continue until May 6th Money jars and food boxes have been place in business establishments and churches throughout the city of Westbrook with special collections sites for food at Mr. Bagel, Walker […] View event

  • Maine Landscape Photographer Travis Mercier Exhibit @ Art Wall at Lois' Natural Marketplace

    Maine Landscape Photographer Travis Mercier Exhibit at Lois’ Natural Marketplace in Scarborough Scarborough, Maine – At a young age,Travis Mercier recognized that he was happiest exploring the woods and waterways around his family home in Livermore Falls, Maine. And then he received a special gift – a polaroid camera. While pals were riding bikes, Travis […] View event

  • Oil paintings by Claudia Hughes @ CIA Cafe

    through May 11. An artist’s reception is set for 5-7 p.m. March 16. Hughes paints local landscapes and figures along with interior scenes and feels her work is influenced by her many years in the performing arts. View event

  • Bean Supper @ White Rock Community Clubhouse

    White Rock Community Clubhouse Monthly Bean Supper 34 Wilson Road Gorham, ME Saturday 4:30 – 6 p.m. Homemade kidney and pea beans, hot dogs, cole slaw, potato salad, macaroni and cheese, homemade biscuits, and a variety of homemade pies to choose from for dessert. Adults: $8 Children under 12: $4 Always the first Saturday of […] View event

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    Joseph Cousins: “No Formulas, an Artist’s Quest” @ Campus Center – UNE, Biddeford campus

    Joseph Cousins will be exhibiting his watercolors in a show called, “No Formulas, an Artist’s Quest” at the University of New England’s Campus Center in Biddeford from March 7 to April 4. Cousins painting in a realistic way but strives to take the viewer to a new place where a story can be told. View event

  • “To Sail Beyond the Sunset: the Influence of the Odyssey” @ Mantor Library — University of Maine at Farmington

    The Shiretown Bookers’ spring exhibition in the Bookers’ gallery area. The Odyssey of Homer, taken together with the Iliad, constitutes the oldest surviving work of Western Literature. The story of Odysseus’ homeward wanderings has stirred the adventurous imagination for nearly 3000 years and has served as inspiration for many of our great poems, tales, novels, […] View event

  • 5K group walk in Kennebunk @ Maytag Laundromat and Cleaners

    5K group walk to Gooch’s Beach April 1 Start Time: 1:30 pm Start Location: Maytag Laundromat and Cleaners, 169 Port Road, Kennebunk, ME FREE; all ages and abilities welcome Sponsored by Southern Maine Volkssport Association View event

  • Public Supper @ Randolph United Methodist Church

    The Randolph United Methodist Church will hold it’s famous public suppers the fist Saturday of each month except July and August from 4:30 until 6 PM. The supper consists of home baked beans, cole slaw, casseroles, homemade pies, coffee and punch. The cost is $8 for adults and $4 for children under 12. View event

  • Pancake Breakfast & Maple Syrup Sale

    Boy Scout Troop 371’s annual Pancake Breakfast & Syrup Sale is Saturday, April 1 from 7-10 am at the Pathfinders Snowmobile Clubhouse on Heath Rd. in Saco. Cost of the complete breakfast is $8 for adults and $5 for kids 10 and under. Locally-produced maple syrup is offered for sale in 8 and 16 oz […] View event

  • Indoor Yard Sale @ Mill Stream Elementary School

    Grab some great deals at this early Yard Sale! From 8am to noon, shop for hidden treasures at one of the first Yard Sales of 2017! Now in our 4th year, we are growing! Held in the gym at Mill Stream Elementary in Norridgewock. The PTG will be selling homemade baked goods! To reserve a […] View event

  • Boating safety course @ Yarmouth Boat Yard

    This spring Yarmouth Boat Yard will offer the U.S. Power Squadron’s America’s Boating Course, which is certified by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators. This exciting, in-depth boating safety course will be held in a one-day, eight-hour block at Yarmouth Boat Yard at 72 Lafayette Street in Yarmouth on Saturday, April 1st starting […] View event

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    Integrating Science in the Curriculum @ Viles Estate

    Do you struggle fitting in good science teaching with all of the other things you have to teach? Discover the power of science to teach reading, writing, math, and so much more. Join us as we discover teaching methods that create enthusiasm for discovery, at the same time meeting educational standards in science, literacy, math, […] View event

  • Preservation In Action Workshop @ Maine Charitable Mechanic Association

    No fooling, MCMA’s Mechanics’ Hall is the place to be on April 1st! Greater Portland Landmarks will host the Preservation in Action Workshops, led by experts in real estate, repair & renovation and construction, from 8:15AM-2:00PM. This is the perfect time for those looking to tackle projects and maintain property values of their older houses. […] View event

  • Book sale, boutique, breakfast @ The Williams House

    stop by for coffee or tea, quiche, scones, and cinnamon buns. Visit with your neighbors and shop at our ongoing book sale and boutique. Don’t miss our spring clearance sale: reduced prices on everything in our boutique: gifts, art and jewelry, a child’s desk, a complete set of dishes, a brand new cooler chest that […] View event

  • Preservation In Action Workshops @ Maine Charitable Mechanics Hall

    Greater Portland Landmarks will present a morning of workshops designed for owners of older and historic properties, led by local experts in the fields of real estate, repair and renovation, and construction. This morning is perfect for those looking to tackle projects and maintain property values at their older houses in 2017. Workshop choices include: […] View event

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    20th annual women’s world of wellness @ Thomas College

    Inland Hospital’s 20th annual World of Women’s Wellness is slated for Saturday, April 1 from 9am – 2pm at Thomas College in Waterville.   Inland Hospital and dozens of local organizations collaborate to offer free wellness information and resources, interactive cooking and exercise demonstrations, health risk assessments, music, gifts and door prizes, and more. Women […] View event

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    Going Native Workshop and Plant Sale @ Harpswell Heritage Land Trust

    Did you know that including native plants your property can help support the diversity of wildlife we enjoy in Harpswell? Planting natives is a simple way to be a part of the solution to support animals like Monarch butterflies and many kinds of birds. We encourage you to learn more about how and why to […] View event

  • Farm Explorers @ Wolfe's Neck Farm

    Bring your toddler (through age 3) to the farm to explore our barnyard through a variety of hands-on activity areas! Dates: Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays starting March 30, 2017 Times: 9:00-9:45 AM Fee: $5 per child (cost includes admission for 2 adults). Each additional adult costs $3.00. Ages: This is geared for families with […] View event

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    Pine Tree District FIRST Robotics Competition @ Androscoggin Bank Colisee

    Event: Pine Tree District FIRST Robotics Competition When: March 31, 2017, Opening Ceremonies at 10:30 a.m., competition continues to 7 p.m. April 1, 2017, Opening Ceremonies at 9 a.m., competition continues to 5 p.m. Elimination matches begin at 2 p.m. Where: Androscoggin Bank Colisée, Lewiston, Maine Admission: Free and open to the public Contact: pinetreedistrict@gmail.com […] View event

  • Inland Hospital’s 20th annual World of Women’s Wellness @ Thomas College

    Inland Hospital and dozens of local organizations collaborate to offer free wellness information and resources, interactive cooking and exercise demonstrations, health risk assessments, music, gifts and door prizes, and more. New this year, the event will include a “Women’s Wellness Pop Up Shop,” which will consist of women-owned businesses that focus on wellness in some […] View event

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    Hooked Rugs by the Maine Tin Pedlars @ The Stonewall Gallery

    On view through April 29! Stop in to view the Stonewall Gallery’s beautiful new show featuring contemporary hooked rugs by members of the Maine Tin Pedlars. The exhibit showcases the bright colors, inventive subjects, rich textures, and traditional techniques of contemporary rug hooking artists. Works by nearly thirty local artists, all members of the Maine […] View event

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    What About Demons? A Workshop with James Harrod @ Beam Classroom, Visual Arts Center, Bowdoin College

    What about demons? Most Americans believe in demons and the devil. What about you? How are we to think about and work with energies that might be termed ‘demons’ in our therapeutic or spiritual practices, in our creative endeavors, and is our everyday lives? What does neuroscience say about the experience of demons or rituals […] View event

  • March is Youth Art Month (YAM) at Common Street Arts!

    Youth Art Month (YAM) 2017 Exhibition at Common Street Arts @ Common Street Arts

    “yam” is Youth Art Month at Common Street Arts! In celebration of Youth Art Month, Common Street Arts in downtown Waterville is exhibiting the artworks of local school-aged children (grades pre-K to12) in our professional gallery setting for the month of March 2017. This is the third consecutive year that Waterville Creates! is offering this […] View event

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    Graphic Matters: George Bellows and World War I @ Colby College Museum of Art

    In the decade before his death, the American artist George Bellows (1882–1925) embraced lithography, a printmaking technique in which the artist draws directly onto a stone or plate with an oil-based medium. Of the more than 170 lithographs that Bellows produced, twenty belong to his “War Series,” which was immediately controversial when published in 1918. […] View event

  • Superhero Takeover!

    Keep your eyes peeled on April 1st from 10am-12pm on both sides of Waterville and on Main St in Oakland to see if you can spot some of your favorite superheros (I know Batman and Batgirl will be there!) Shake hands, get your picture taken, and go home with a special treat! View event

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    Coastal treasures by Susan Horowitz @ Maine Potters Market

    Susan lives and works in Harpswell, Maine, a coastal treasure which boasts 216 miles of shoreline-the longest of any town in Maine. In 1985 she established Ash Cove Pottery which looks over Casco Bay. Influenced by her environment , her stoneware pots are glazed in the colors of the sea and sand. The brushwork and […] View event

  • “Pairings” @ Markings Gallery

    April will be the show of “Pairings” at Markings. Pairing is the practice of living with or wearing artwork that compliments each other. Featured artists will be Sue Stasiowski, Jo Diggs, Kris Sandoy, Tides End Tiles and more Maine artists in many different media. Art to wear…and live with! We will show you how! Markings […] View event

  • Enterprise Grange 48 annual Art Fest @ Enterprise Grange 48

    Grange Month is April and Enterprise Grange 48 in Richmond is psyched to celebrate 150 years of Grange with everyone. Enterprise Grange 48 will start celebrating Grange Month with its Annual Art Fest. This is to observe Art in the Schools Month with assorted projects from Dresden Elementary and Richmond Middle and High school students. […] View event

  • 10:00am Support Groups

    Overeaters Anonymous @ Maine General Medical Center

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  • Ladd Planetarium Show @ Bates College Carnegie Science Hall, Ladd Planetarium

    What’s in the sky tonight? This planetarium show for general audiences shows the sky as you’ll see it this evening, illustrating well-known constellations and explaining what else you may see. FMI nhasting@bates.edu. View event

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    Artisans Guild Open House @ Neziscot Farm

    Join us in celebration of the first Artisans Guild Open House. Stop by to see and experience everything that guild has to offer. • Open Fiber Studio: Learn a new skill • Fiber Demonstrations • Spinning, Felting, Knitting, Crocheting, Rug Hooking • Apothecary Demonstrations • Charcuterie Making Demonstrations • Cheese Making Demos • Guild Q […] View event

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    Clothes closet @ United Methodist Clothes Closet

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    Madison Historical & Genealogical Society @ Old Point Avenue School

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    “No Limits: Zao Wou-Ki” @ Colby College Museum of Art

    No Limits: Zao Wou-Ki is the first American retrospective of this pioneering Chinese-French artist. Zao Wou-Ki (1920-2013) immigrated to Paris in 1948 and soon took the international art world by storm. Renowned for the fluidity with which he moved between European modernism and Chinese aesthetics, Zao’s work is distinguished by his unique approach to abstraction. […] View event

  • Textile Translations of Maine by Catherine Worthington Exhibit @ Monkitree

    Catherine Worthington’s Textile Translations of Maine will be on exhibit at Monkitree for the months of April and May. “Taking in Maine’s natural beauty with my eyes and heart gives me inspiration to create,” said Worthington’s. She strives to capture the essence of Maine as she paints, cuts, pieces and stitches familiar landscapes. Whether sailing […] View event

  • Free 5K Group Walk in South Portland @ Hannaford Supermarket

    5K group walk to Bug Light Park April 1 Start Time: 10:00 am Start Location: Hannaford Supermarket, 50 Cottage Road, So. Portland FREE; all ages and abilities welcome Sponsored by Southern Maine Volkssport Association View event

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    Gem, Mineral, and Jewelry Show @ Saint Joseph's College

    one-of-a-kind mineral specimens, fossils, meteorites, beads, and jewelry from dozens of renowned local and international dealers. Door prizes every 20 minutes, three Grand Prizes, and one SUPER Grand Prize! Special features for the kids, including interactive educational programs, the Mini-Mine, and our Spin Wheel. Live gold-panning and stone-cutting demonstrations. Delicious concession stand food as well! […] View event

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    ‘Works on Paper: Paintings and Drawings’ @ Richard Boyd Art Gallery

    (Portland, ME) ‘Works on Paper’ an annual exhibit at Richard Boyd Art Gallery opens Saturday, April 1 at 10:00 a.m. The exhibit explores works by three artists creating paintings and drawings on a time honored raw product – paper. An unforgiving surface around for centuries, paper reveals the artist’s proficiency in creating works of visual […] View event

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    Beginner Tap Dance Class @ John F. Kennedy School

    Learn to tap dance! This class is aimed at students with little to no dance or tap experience. You’ll learn technique and steps slowly, working your way up to short combinations each week. Students should bring tap shoes if they have them, or smooth-soled shoes if they don’t. $12 weekly drop-in or $60/6-week session All […] View event

  • Farmer for the Morning @ Wolfe's Neck Farm

    Pre-K kiddos (ages 4-5) help our farmers with daily chores and care for our livestock. Activities depend on what is needed in the barn, and can include putting out hay, collecting eggs, sweeping, and filling water buckets. Dates: Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays starting March 30, 2017 Times: 10:00-10:45 AM Fee: $5 per child (cost […] View event

  • 10:00am Special Events

    Holistic Mystic Fair @ Calumet Club

    meet with a psychic medium, have a massage, get advice from non- traditional healers. Talk with Spiritualists, Shaman’s, Clairvoyants; Tarot and other card readers. An Animal Communicator will be available to reveal your beloved pet’s inner life. Bring a picture or description of pet. Come learn about Reiki, and your Chakra; visit artists and craftsmen […] View event

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    Saturday Family Story Time @ Windham Public Library

    Our Winter series of Saturday Family Story Times will center around a theme, include a read-aloud story or two, a selection of books to look over and check out, and a family friendly activity. Open to all ages. No sign up necessary. View event

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    Portland Old Port Culinary Walking Tour @ Old Port

    So you’re planning to visit Portland, one of the foodiest towns in America, and this leads you to a very important question…Where are you going to eat?!?! We recommend you start with a Maine Foodie Tour! Get the lowdown on eating an drinking like a local while you’re visiting Vacationland on a Culinary Walking Tour. […] View event

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    UNLOADED @ Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), Maine College of Art

    Exhibition Reception: Friday, April 7, 2017, 5:00–8:00pm Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art ICA Gallery hours: Wed–Sun, 11:00am–5:00pm, Thurs, 11:00am–7:00pm, Friday, 11:00am–5:00pm, (FFAW until 8:00pm) Masthead Image: Andrew Ellis Johnson, Massacre of the Innocents, HD video still, 2015 Please join us for a Gallery Talk with Curator Susanne Slavick: Thurs., April 6, […] View event

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    Old Canada Road Historical Society @ Old Canada Road Historical Society

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    The Dynamic Healing Power of Homeopathy @ Coastal Pharmacy & Wellness

    In this workshop, you will discover the Dynamic Healing Power of Homeopathy, learn a quick overview of its history and healing principles, and gain a basic understanding of how to apply Homeopathic remedies to everyday situations, emergencies, and acute illnesses. Understand: Quick review of the principles of homeopathy and classical medicine and the practical overview […] View event

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    Free Dance Classes!! @ Casco Bay Movers Dance Studio

    Hip Hop Dance Classes for youth-in-need. March 18th, 2017 – May 6th Saturdays 11:30am – 12:30pm Every Spring, Portland Youth Dance partners with Casco Bay Movers Dance Studio to offer an Outreach program for kids and teens who cannot afford to dance. Classes are taught by Portland Youth Dance Company members. There is absolutely NO […] View event

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    Momentary Certainties featuring Sal Taylor Kydd + Megan Magill @ PhoPa Gallery

    Momentary Certainties features work by Megan Magill and Sal Taylor Kydd. Megan Magill will exhibit work from her recent project, My Business is Circumference, in which she created one of a kind works on paper by pushing dry mediums, such as powdered graphite and chalk pastels, through a photographically exposed silkscreen. Sal Taylor Kydd will […] View event

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    Growing Cannabis @ Homegrown Healthcare Alternative Wellness, Apothecary and Learning Center

    Learn the ABC’s of growing your own cannabis. Instructors Catherine Lewis, Shanna Souza and Ellen Brown will review basic plant care from seedlings to harvest. Brown will also share tips and tricks for maximizing plant health and yield. Learn the ABC’s of growing your own cannabis. Instructors Catherine Lewis, Shanna Souza and Ellen Brown will […] View event

  • 1:00pm Film

    “Down to Earth; Climate Justice Stories” movie screening @ Lotus Learning Center

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    Maine State Ballet presents “Swan Lake” @ Maine State Ballet's Lopez Theater

    – Maine State Ballet celebrates the 140th Anniversary of Swan Lake with a three week, 12 performance run of the quintessential classic ballet, March 24 through April 9, at Maine State Ballet’s Lopez Theater. Swan Lake premiered in 1877 at Moscow’s Bolshoi Ballet, but is the 1895 production by the Mariinksy Theater in St. Petersburg, […] View event

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    MCMA Open House @ Maine Charitable Mechanic Association

    The Maine Charitable Mechanic Association will have an Open House at Mechanics’ Hall. If you’ve always wanted to see what’s inside that beautiful stone building, now’s your chance! We are pleased to welcome Greater Portland Landmarks’ Preservation In Action event earlier that day and would love to have the public come by afterwards and see […] View event

  • Soul searching within The Chakras @ Inner Mirror Healing Hypnotherapy & Reiki

    This is an 8 week workshop that will bring you growth, a deeper understanding of self, your connection to others, Spirit, the universe and the divine. Open up to all you are meant to be! You will be learning about the 7 main chakras, their individual life lessons, how those lessons relate to you, hold […] View event

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    Screening of “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” @ Thomas Memorial Library

    The Thomas Memorial Library continues screenings this month through its partnership with Lincoln Center Local with Stephen Sondheim’s “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” on Saturday, April 1 at 2:00 p.m. This is a screening of a live performance Avery Fisher Hall on March 5, 2014. by The New York Philharmonic, starring Bryn […] View event

  • 2:00pm Theater

    Peter Pan Jr.! @ Gray-New Gloucester High School

    Fiddlehead Players Present: Peter Pan Jr.! Join us for our 9th annual children’s theater production! March 25th at 2pm or 7pm March 36th at 2pm April 1st at 2 or 7pm April 2nd at 2pm Call ahead for tickets, or purchase at the door. $12 Adult $8 Child Show takes place at Gray New Gloucester […] View event

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    Wrecked Book Discussion Group for Teens @ Portland Public Teen Library

    The Portland Public Teen Library is partnering with the Young Adult Abuse Prevention Program (YAAPP) to read and discuss author Marie Padian’s new YA novel Wrecked. This month-long book group coincides with Sexual Assault Awareness Month and will conclude with a visit with the author and a panel discussion about the book. We will meet […] View event

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    Wine & Food Walk in Portland’s East End, ME: Natural Wines @ Lolita Vinoteca & Asador

    A natural wine is made with as little intervention as possible… includes organic or biodynamic vineyard practices (which by definition are limited to the vineyard) and carries these all natural philosophies all the way through to bottling with no additives or chemicals nor unnatural other manipulations. Join Sommelier Erica Archer, CWP, WSET Advanced for a […] View event

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    Doo Wop Project

    THE DOO WOP PROJECT The Doo Wop Project features five super talented stars from Broadways Jersey Boys and Motown the Musical who will take the audience on a musical journey starting with the early “street corner symphony” days to doo wop’s influence on rock and roll and Motown, to doowopified versions of contemporary pop hits […] View event

  • 3:00pm Theater

    The Trip to Bountiful @ St. Lawrence Arts Center

    Good Theater presents Horton Foote’s timeless classic with Broadway veteran, Louisa Flaningam, in the leading role of Carrie Watts. Directed by Brian P. Allen, the production features a cast of 11 actors. Carrie Watts lives with her son and daughter-in-law in a cramped three room apartment. She is desperate to get back to her hometown […] View event

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    CATS @ Star Theatre at Kittery Community Center

    CATS, the record-breaking musical spectacular, is back on the PDP stage after their SOLD OUT 2016 production! Patrick Dorow Productions (PDP), the Seacoast’s acclaimed, top-quality, live performance theater and education company, is thrilled to present CATS, the third longest-running show in Broadway history running March 17 – April 2, 2017, at The Star Theatre in […] View event

  • Roast beef supper @ Scarborough Lions Den

    Roast Beef Supper, Sat., April 1st. 4:00 – 6:00 pm Scarborough Lions Den, 273 Gorham Rd ( Rt 114 ) To Benefit Scarborough Fire Dept. Eng #5 Adults $10, Children under 12 $5, Take outs available “All You Can Eat” View event

  • Sacred Heart Ladies Guild Ticket Auction @ Sacred Heart Church Hall

    The Ladies Guild of Sacred Heart Church in Hallowell will hold its annual Ticket Auction fundraiser at the Sacred Heart Church Hall on Summer Street on Saturday, April 1. Doors open at 4:30 p.m.; auction starts at 6:30 p.m. Additional tickets can be purchased at eight for $1. Supper items, including hot dog and hamburger […] View event

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    Public supper @ Cape Elizabeth United Methodist Church

    The Cape Elizabeth United Methodist Church will host a public supper on Saturday, April 1 from 4:30-6 p.m., featuring casseroles, baked beans, meat loaf, salads, breads and pies. Prices will be $8 for adults, $5 for children and $20 for families. Take-out will be available. The church is located at 280 Ocean House Road (Route […] View event

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    Learn to Curl @ Portland Ice Arena

    Pine Tree Curling Club is excited to announce that it will be offering Learn to Curl Sessions for the third year in a row! The sessions will take place at the Troubh Ice Arena formerly known as the Portland Ice Arena during the Spring of 2017. Here are the dates: – Saturday, March 25th, 2017 […] View event

  • Bean Supper @ White Rock Community Club

    Bean Supper at White Rock Community Club 34 Wilson Road Gorham, ME Saturday, November 5, 2016 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. Two kinds of hot dogs, cole slaw, potato salad, macaroni and cheese, homemade biscuits, as well as homemade pies for dessert. Adults: $8.00 Children under 12: $4.00 Monthly Saturday dates throughout the year are: December […] View event

  • Wiscasset Feed Our Scholars Great Potluck & Recipe Auction

    Wiscasset Feed Our Scholars potluck dinner/recipe auction. April 1, 5 PM, in the Fellowship Hall, Wiscasset First Congregational Church UCC, Rte. 1, Wiscasset. A fundraising event to purchase backpacks of weekend food for area children living in food insecure situations. Make a dish to share; bring a copy of the recipe, as well; sample dishes; […] View event

  • Roast Beef Supper @ Cornerstone United Methodist Church

    Roast Beef Supper to benefit Cornerstone United Methodist Church. Roast beef, mashed potatoes, carrots, green beans and strawberry shortcake. Adults: $10.00 Under 12: $4.00 View event

  • 5:00pm Benefits

    Live/silent auction and Italian dinner @ Messalonskee High School

    hosted by Messalonskee High School class of 2018. Tickets can be purchased at the door or MHS main office. Tickets purchased prior to the event will be put in a drawing for a prize. Doors open at 5 p.m. and dinner will be served by 5:30 p.m. and auction will start at 6:30 p.m. Some […] View event

  • 5:00pm Dancing

    Spring dance concert: what we find @ Schaeffer Theatre, Bates College

    In two distinct programs performed March 31–April 3, the focus is on student choreography — a thesis project by Mallory Cohen ’17 and projects by students in hip-hop and composition courses. Tonight: Program B. Free, but tickets required. FMI 207-786-6161. View event

  • Baked bean and casserole supper first Saturday of month

    Baked bean and casserole supper with home-made beans (kidney and pea), casseroles, cole slaw, homemade pies and beverages.5:00 – 6:00 PM. American Legion, 15 Lewiston Rd., Gray. $8.00; $4 for children under 12. View event

  • Food, Fun, & Foolery

    The public is invited to an April Fool’s auction and party for the whole community to be presented by the Midcoast Community Chorus (MCC). Silent auction tables will open at 5:30 p.m. Guest auctioneer Bruce Gamage will begin the live auction at 7:00 p.m. Photos and brief descriptions of auction items can be viewed at […] View event

  • 6:00pm Comedy, Dancing, Music

    The Fool’s Ball @ Maine Charitable Mechanic Association

    On April 1st, doors open at 6:00PM for the 3rd annual fundraiser, The Fool’s Ball, sponsored by Acorn Productions and MCMA in Mechanics’ Hall, starting with cash a bar and short presentation by Herb Adams, followed by the Phyzgig Variety Show, swing dance lessons with Gillian Davis, and dancing to the music of Hadacol Bouncers. […] View event

  • 6:00pm Music

    Chris Moulton at The Wonder Bar – Biddeford @ Wonder Bar - Biddeford, ME

    Join us at the Wonder Bar in Biddeford every Saturday Evening from 6 pm to 8 or 9 pm. Admission is free Foods and drinks served. 21 and Over valid Id required. You will be amazed at the sound of his voice. Originals, and covers played. For More info call the Wonder Bar in Biddeford. […] View event

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    2017 EQME Annual Awards Gala & Silent Auction @ Holiday Inn by the Bay, Portland

    TICKETS NOW ON-SALE at www.equalitymaine.org/Gala Hope. Courage. Strength. Now more than ever, it’s critical for us stand together as a community. To remember that in the face of overwhelming odds we’ve never given up HOPE. Even in the depths of despair, we’ve found the COURAGE to get back up and continue our work. And in […] View event

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    2017 Annual EQME Awards Gala & Silent Auction @ Holiday Inn by the Bay, Portland

    TICKETS NOW ON-SALE at www.equalitymaine.org/Gala Hope. Courage. Strength. Now more than ever, it’s critical for us stand together as a community. To remember that in the face of overwhelming odds we’ve never given up HOPE. Even in the depths of despair, we’ve found the COURAGE to get back up and continue our work. And in […] View event

  • 6:00pm Community

    Madison IDOL @ Madison Junior High School - Elias Auditorium

    Saturday, April 1, 6 p.m. Elias Auditorium, Madison Junior High School See the area’s finest performers compete for cash prizes! Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students. Children under age 5 are free. Entry fee for performers is $5. Preregistration is required; email mba@madisonmaine.com, call Stacy at 207-441-0621, or fill out the form […] View event

  • 7:00pm Community, Music

    Pizazz Concert @ Gardiner Area High School

    Gardiner Area High School Music Department will present its annual Pizazz Concert in the high school gymnasium. This year’s theme is “Gardiner’s Got Talent”. This concert will spotlight the music department’s outstanding talents, featuring the high school’s Jazz Ensemble, Select Choir, and both instrumental and vocal soloists. Pizazz features cabaret seating with wait staff and […] View event

  • 7:00pm Dancing

    Wild Horse Band @ American Legion Fitzgerald-Cummings Post 2, Augusta

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    Celtic Couples @ North Church

    New England Celtic Arts will present Celtic Couples, Don and Cindy Roy and Matt and Erica Shipman. Great Downeast fiddle tunes and songs of the region. Refreshments available before the concert and at intermission by donation. Jam session at 6:15 p.m. View event

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    7:00pm Benefits, Music

    Windham Chamber Singers Tour Preview Concert @ North Windham Union Church

    Saturday 4/1 at 7pm. The Windham Chamber Singers will perform their upcoming Atlantic Canada tour program. The box office opens at 6 pm. Seating is general admission. Tickets ($12 adults, $10 seniors, $5 students/children) are available at the door or online at mwamconcerts.com (surcharge applied to online ticket prices). Proceeds to Benefit the Windham/Raymond Backpack […] View event

  • 16th Annual Chocolate Fest – an elegant benefit evening – proceeds go to child abuse prevention @ 1812 Farm

    Chocolate Fest is an elegant event, not only featuring the usual delicious chocolates made by many local chefs, but a wonderful silent auction with overnights, artwork, self care classes and products and much more! The entertainment will be a performance by American Idol Judge Kara DioGuardi who has written songs today’s top musicians including Pink, […] View event

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    AFRiCAN Dundada, Acholi Dancers: Benefit for Immigrant Programs @ Mayo Street Art Center

    Live performances by: AFRiCAN DUNDADA Mr. Lumemo Dequhn Lobutua The Acholi Traditional Dancers Portland Maine’s own South Sudanese native recording artist, AFRiCAN DUNDADA, will perform live to benefit Mayo Street Arts youth programs, the ACLU of Maine, Action Against Hunger, and South Sudan Care at a fundraiser concert on Saturday, April 1. Your ticket will […] View event

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    THE APRIL FOOL’S SHOW! @ Southworth Planetarium, University of Southern Maine

    We continue a particularly idiotic planetarium tradition. “THE APRIL FOOL’S SHOW” is a complete mystery. We have no idea which program we’ll present until the very moment the program starts. (We actually roll a 20-sided Dungeons and Dragons die to determine the show.) This is the only program of the year that is unknown to […] View event

  • 7:00pm Theater

    Disney’s The Little Mermaid the Musical @ Waterville Opera House

    The Waterville Opera House is proud to present a magical musical tale, featuring a local cast of more than 30 performers, including an adorable children’s sea puppet ensemble, the revival of the classic Disney production will be sure to charm the entire family. The curtain rises on Ariel, a beautiful young mermaid, who longs to […] View event

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    Beatles for Sale @ Unity College Center for the Performing Arts

    Beatles For Sale is an award-winning, New England-based Beatles tribute band that is committed to recreating the sounds of the Beatles live in concert. This group of talented musicians was drawn together by their love of Beatles music and the desire to keep the music alive, bringing it to a whole new generation of Beatles […] View event

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    Spring Awakening @ Lyric Music Theater

    An angst-filled rock musical, Spring Awakening is based on the 1891 German play of the same name. Set in late-19th-century Germany, the musical tells the story of teenagers discovering the inner and outer tumult of adolescent sexuality. Join this group of students as they navigate teenage self-discovery and coming-of-age anxiety in a powerful celebration of […] View event

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    The Little Mermaid @ Waterville Opera House

    March 31, April 1, 7 at 7:30pm April 2, 8, 9 at 2:00pm Waterville Opera House, 1 Common Street Music by Alan Menken Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Glenn Slater Book by Doug Wright Directed by Debra Susi Musical Direction by Michael Peterson Choreography by Adam Blais In a magical kingdom beneath the sea, the […] View event

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    The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie @ The Portland Players

    The Portland Players presents The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie March 24 – April 9, 2017 Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30pm Sundays at 2:30pm ​ By Jay Presson Allen Adapted from the book by Muriel Spark ​ Directed by Paul J Bell During the time between the two world wars, Miss Jean Brodie is a […] View event

  • Award-Winning Maine Humorist, Susan Poulin, stars as "Ida" in her hilarious comedy, Ida's Havin' a Yard Sale". From Big Mouth Billy Bass to her husband Charlie’s old BarkaLounger, plus plenty of the latest gossip going around Mahoosuc Mills: there’s something for everyone at her yard sale. And believe me, if you’re looking for tips on how to run a successful yard sale, she's more than willing to share my expertise.
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    “Ida’s Havin’ a Yard Sale” @ The Footlights Theatre

    Award-Winning Maine Humorist, Susan Poulin, stars as “Ida” in her hilarious comedy, Ida’s Havin’ a Yard Sale”. From Big Mouth Billy Bass to her husband Charlie’s old BarkaLounger, plus plenty of the latest gossip going around Mahoosuc Mills: there’s something for everyone at her yard sale. And believe me, if you’re looking for tips on […] View event

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    The Whales of August @ The Old White Church

    The Daytime Players production of The Whales of August asks the question: Is it ever too late to begin again? The show is presented by the Saco River Theatre. Performances are 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1, and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 2, the Old White Church, 15 Salmon Falls Rd. Buxton. […] View event

  • 7:30pm Music

    Satire, Fantasy and Fiction @ Lorimer Chapel

    Colby Wind Ensemble Eric Thomas, director Saturday, April 1, 7:30 p.m. Lorimer Chapel Coming-of-age stories, family entertainment, satire as commentary—all inspire composers to write and audiences to engage. The Colby Wind Ensemble celebrates music that captures the imagination with works that include Satiric Dances for a Comedy by Aristophanes and Fantasies on a Theme for […] View event

  • 7:30pm Comedy, Theater

    The Last Days of Judas Iscariot @ Mad Horse Theatre Company

    Hilariously and poignantly, Pulitzer-prize winning playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis asks one of the most plaguing questions in the Christian ideology: What happened to Judas Iscariot? As far as we know, he has been suffering for his deeds deep in Hell, and will continue to do so for all eternity. But is that really fair? Was […] View event

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    Heather Maloney w/ Sorcha Cribben-Merrill @ One Longfellow Square

    New England singer-songwriter HEATHER MALONEY launches her first ever multimedia, interactive live concert experience. Heather has written dozens of brand new, unreleased songs over the past year. Join in the immersive audio-visual ProjecTour, where throughout each show the lyrics to each new song will be projected behind her as she plays, as well as a […] View event

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    Gutenberg! the Musical! @ Portland Ballet Studio Theater

    Gutenberg!  The Musical! (Maine Premiere) In 1450 Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press. In 2016 Bud and Doug wrote a show about it. No, not just a show…a big, splashy musical! Now they just need $10 million or so to put it on.  Be one of the first to witness Bud and Doug perform all […] View event

  • Bates College choir @ Olin Concert Hall

    Directed by John Corrie, the choir and college orchestra perform the second and third parts of Handel’s Messiah, completing the cycle begun last December. Free, but tickets required, available at batesconcerts.eventbrite.com. FMI 207-786-6135 or olinarts@bates.edu. View event