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  • Wednesday October 17 2018

    Portsmouth Athenaeum 2018 Program Series Remembering the Great War: Home and Abroad @ Portsmouth Athenaeum

    One hundred years ago, the war to end all wars came to an end in Europe. The Portsmouth Athenaeum 2018 program series shines a light on World War I soldiers from New Hampshire and the East Coast, the homes of warship builders in Portsmouth, NH and the women who manned the factories to keep our […] View event

  • Freeport Trail Challenge @ Town of Freeport

    People of all ages are invited to participate in the 2018 Freeport Trail Challenge. Hike four Freeport trails in September and October. Passports will be available at Freeport Town Hall and the Freeport Community Center. Record your hikes in a Passport or by posting on Facebook or Instagram. Everyone who hikes all four trails wins […] View event

  • Red Cloak Haunted History Tour @ Hallowell

    Join The Lady in the Red Cloak for a lantern lit walking tour of Hallowell. Discover the back streets and hidden stories of Hallowell, its mysteries and haunts. See the oldest building on Water St., hear many ghostly tales, learn of the patent medicine business, and more as you experience a one-of-a-kind evening in this […] View event

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  • “Lest We Forget’ @ Ogunquit Museum of American Art

    through Nov. 11, 21 new paintings by Brenda Bettison Brenda Bettinson has exhibited extensively in Europe and the US. She has had one–person showings of her work in prestigious galleries and museums such as, in Maine, the Ogunquit Museum of American Art. Her work hangs in numerous public and private collections. View event

  • Alex Rheault~flotssam and jetsam @ Campus Center – UNE, Biddeford campus

    On exhibit at the University of New England’s Biddeford Campus Center from October 2 to November 2 is flotsam and jetsam. flotsam and jetsam a series of paintings pairing objects from observed and imagined references. Elusive limbs pass dime store treasure, and dream remnants float in a Kesey milky fog-hide-n-seek game. Unresolved and somewhat cryptic, […] View event

  • Sandra Quinn solo exhibition at Greenhut Galleries

    Sandra Quinn solo exhibition, Inside Out, on display at Greenhut Galleries, October 4 – 27. Opening reception Thursday, Oct 4 from 5-7pm Greenhut’s October show will be an exhibition of Sandra Quinn’s contemplative, graceful, and quietly evocative encaustic paintings, aptly entitled Inside Out. Sandra is a gifted abstract painter who has, in Portland Press Herald […] View event

  • Relic @ SPACE Gallery

    In this window exhibition, Sun System Press uses overlapping imagery taken from a toxic swamp in New Jersey to create kinetic visual patterns that engage the viewer from multiple angles. The images are acidic and high key in color and tone, reflecting the nature of the landscape. View event

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  • Kinship Families of Central Maine @ Buker Community Center

    dinner will be followed by the meeting, child care is provided View event

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  • The Books of the Long Sixties 1957-1974 @ Mantor Library — University of Maine at Farmington

    The Shiretown Bookers are proud to announce their Fall exhibition, “The Long Sixties, 1957-1974”, running from October 7th through January 11th, in the Shiretown Bookers’ Hall in Mantor Library at 116 South Street in Farmington. The opening reception, to which the public is invited, will be held at the Library at 6:30 pm on Thursday, […] View event

  • Face to Face: Portraits by Rabee Kiwan @ Common Street Arts

    Born in Lebanon, Rabee Kiwan immigrated to the United States in 2002 to complete his medical training and he has lived in Portland since 2009. Rabee has been painting portraits, landscapes, and still lifes since he was a young child when his father gave him a watercolor set. Drawing inspiration from everyday life sustains his […] View event

  • Aerobics @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • 9:00am Community

    People Who Care Food Cupboard @ Old Point Avenue School

    serving Anson, North Anson, Embden, Madison and New Portland View event

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    Game Day @ Buker Community Center

    Bingo, Dominoes, Rummikub, Scrabble and more, 55-plus Senior Clubhouse View event

  • Fall 2018 Board Boot Camp @ Bangor Hilton Garden Inn

    The Maine Association of Nonprofits is excited to announce that registration is now open for our Fall Board Boot Camp! MANP’s Board Boot Camps offer essential training for new and experienced board members, providing them with practical information, resources and tools that they can put to use right away to further their organizations’ missions. View event

  • Hide Tanning Workshop @ Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association

    Join MOFGA and local instructors Trevanna Grenfell of The Wildwood Path and Sean Murphy of Murphy Family Farm for a day exploring the ancient skill of turning animal hides into soft leathers or beautiful furs. For farmers and hunters through the ages, the hide has been one of the most valuable parts of any animal […] View event

  • 9:00am Community

    Community Clothes Closet @ Centenary United Methodist Church

    Free clothes for those in need View event

  • Enduring Understandings, 2018 MAEA Art Educator Members Exhibition @ First Floor, Maine College of Art

    On View: Sept. 26 – Oct. 18, 2018 Maine College of Art, 1st Floor Features artwork in a variety of mediums from Maine K-12 and other art teachers who are members of the Maine Art Education Association. View event

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  • Help your building get to the next century: Energy Performance, Sustainability, and Durability

    Understand how to improve energy efficiency in older buildings while maintaining the historic character and architectural elements. The workshop will provide guiding principles and specific techniques and efforts that can be taken to save energy, improve occupant health, and promote durability and sustainability of older buildings. Local case studies will illustrate key principles and approaches […] View event

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    My Next Career Move @ Lithgow Public Library

    Take charge of your career and create an action plan to achieve success. Learn how your current skills connect to future careers. Identify high-growth job fields. Explore education and training options. Strengthen your resume for a targeted job search. Graduates of My Next Career Move are eligible to apply for the University of Maine at […] View event

  • 10:00am Community

    St. Peter’s Food Pantry @ St. Peter's Food Pantry

    applications accepted, servicing Bingham, Moscow, Pleasant Ridge, Concord township and Caratunk. Please bring proof of residency and photo I’D. View event

  • Sewing Class @ Embden Community Center

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  • Drop in tech help @ Lithgow Public Library

    Bring in your gadgets and stop by for help with all your tech questions. Every Tuesday and Wednesday from 10-11am. No sign up required; first come, first served. View event

  • 10:00am Museum exhibits

    1968 Exhibit @ Brick Store Museum

    The Brick Store Museum’s “1968” exhibit focuses on the year’s events, many of which contributed to 1968 being called “the year that changed the world.” The exhibition is sponsored by the Captain Lord Mansion, and will run through November 2018. Visitors to the exhibition will be invited to share their own experiences from the 1960s, […] View event

  • ‘Scenes of Maine’ an Annual Group Exhibit of Visual Arts @ Richard Boyd Art Gallery

    (Portland, ME) Richard Boyd Art Gallery opens “Scenes of Maine” an annual group exhibition of visual arts depicting imagery of Maine on Monday, October 1 at 10:00 a.m. The exhibit showcases the diversity of subject matter in Maine which has long been a source of inspiration for artists. On display are a selection of paintings […] View event

  • Drawn In, captured by detail @ Merrill Memorial Library

    Pencil, silverpoint and egg tempera works on paper by Banjie Getsinger Nicholas. A new exhibit that will be shown at the Yarmouth Public Library from September 10-November 3. View event

  • Writers’ Accountability Group @ Thomas Memorial Library

    TML’s Writer’s Accountability Group (WAG!) meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 10:30-noon. From future writers who haven’t found the time to get going, to published authors looking for inspiration for their next book, to poets ready to share their insights, we’re here to support you in a relaxed, safe setting. All levels […] View event

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  • Everyday Maine @ Holocaust and Human Rights Center, UMA

    An exhibition of 190 photographs by 72 photographers reflecting ethnic and economic diversity throughout Maine. It covers a wide array of social structures and geographical locations throughout our state. August 24 to December 14, 2018. Reception Sat. September 8 from 2 to 5pm. View event

  • 10:00am Community

    Music practice @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • Rough Seas and Healing Skies @ The Stonewall Gallery

    Now on view! Stop in soon to see the Stonewall Gallery’s fall show, Rough Seas and Healing Skies by Yarmouth artist Margareta “Meta” McDonald. True to the title of the show, McDonald’s paintings encompass painterly, atmospheric ocean scenes and brightly lit landscapes as well as sprightly still lifes. She has found inspiration in the landscape […] View event

  • Landscapes in Fabric by Jo Diggs at Markings Gallery @ Markings Gallery

    Portland Artist Jo Diggs will be showing new Landcsapes in Fiber…thru the approach of applique. Color and textures are captivating as they come together to create outstanding wall pieces. Artist reception and talk will take place at Markings Gallery October 11th between 5-7 pm. Showing will be October1 thru the 31st with many pieces still […] View event

  • Beyond The Bubble-Hyde School Student Art Exhibit @ Markings Gallery

    Mixed media exhibit of exciting work by Hyde School Art Students is being offered at Markings Gallery in Bath,maine. The show will run October 15 thru November 15th daily 10-5 at Markings Gallery , 50 Front Street in Bath. For more information: call Markings 443-1499 View event

  • Writers’ Accountability Group – October @ Thomas Memorial Library

    TML’s Writer’s Accountability Group (WAG!) meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 10:00-noon. From future writers who haven’t found the time to get going, to published authors looking for inspiration for their next book, to poets ready to share their insights, we’re here to support you in a relaxed, safe setting. All levels […] View event

  • Swamp Thing @ SPACE Gallery

    Sun System Press presents a collection of large-scale murals and wallpaper that are based on their site-responsive installations and publishing collaborations. The exhibition highlights printing techniques the collective used within their practice spanning laser printed (low-fi) zines, books printed through offset and digital presses, inkjet posters, and risograph prints. Sun System Press is a publishing […] View event

  • Triangulation @ Central Maine Artists Gallery

    Triangulation Exhibit, featuring work by Bernie Beckman, John Bozin, and Wally Warren, will be on display through Oct. 19 at Central Maine Artists Gallery. The exhibit is open during gallery hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. For more information, call 858-0797. View event

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  • Gone to the Dogs @ Skowhegan Free Public Library

    Gone to the Dogs Exhibit will be on display through Nov. 15 at Skowhegan Free Public Library. Coordinated by the Wesserunsett Arts Council, this exhibit features works by 10 talented local artists and promises to be fun for all ages. The exhibit is viewable during the library’s open hours: 10 a.m to 6 p.m. Monday […] View event

  • “Beau-frog: The Art of Peter Archambault” @ Museum L-A

    Museum L-A is thrilled to announce a new gallery exhibit opening this fall that explores the Franco-American experience through a new medium: cartoons. The exhibit, “Beau-frog: The Art of Peter Archambault,” will display the artwork and political cartoons of Peter Archambault, a native of Madawaska. His artwork, featured monthly in a Franco-American publication at the […] View event

  • 10:30am Food and Drink

    Portland Old Port Culinary Walking Tour @ Old Port

    Eat and drink like a local with us on a Maine Foodie Tour! The culinary culture of a town is so much more than just sit-down dining experiences. It’s the bakers, brewers, candy makers and other artisan food and beverage locales where creativity and taste meet. On our popular Culinary Walking Tour you’ll sample a […] View event

  • 10:30am For Kids

    Toddler Storytime @ Wells Public Library

    For children 2-5 years with a caregiver, this program features books, songs, and movement activities all designed to help develop your child’s language skills. There will also be an optional craft at the end of the program. These free events are sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library. View event

  • 10:30am Community, For Kids

    Understanding Stars @ Southworth Planetarium, University of Southern Maine

    How do astronomers know what they know about the stars? This class will teach students the basics of stellar astronomy. How do we know the distances to the stars, their sizes and temperatures? By using a few geometrical tricks and the H-R Diagram (often dubbed the “Astronomer’s Stone”.) we’ll learn how to decipher star light […] View event

  • Understanding stars astronomy class in Portland @ Southworth Planetarium, University of Southern Maine

    ASTRONOMY A LA CARTE Southworth Planetarium University of Southern Maine campus 207-780-4249 edward.gleason@maine.edu Thirteen separate astronomy classes… $12 admission (If you bring two students, the cost is $20 for both.) UNDERSTANDING STARS Week #6 Wednesday, October 17, 2018 10:30 a.m. – noon How do astronomers know what they know about the stars? This class will […] View event

  • Making Migration Visible: Traces, Tracks & Pathways @ ICA at Maine College of Art

    Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art, On view: October 5 – December 14, 2018, Wed–Sun, 11:00am–5:00pm, Thurs, 11:00am–7:00pm, Friday, 11:00am–5:00pm, (FFAW until 8:00pm) Exhibition Opening: Friday, October 5, 2018, 5:00–8:00pm Migration, mobility, and displacement is the story of our era. Fears about human mobility and border crossers are reshaping politics; climate change […] View event

  • Laura Jasek: Have a Heart @ Grant Wahlquist Gallery

    Grant Wahlquist Gallery is thrilled to present “Have a Heart,” the first solo exhibition by Laura Jasek. The show will run from September 22 through October 27, 2018. The gallery will host a talk with the artist on Saturday, September 22 at 4 pm, with an opening reception following from 5 – 7 pm. Jasek’s […] View event

  • 11:30am Reunions

    Winslow class of 1959 luncheon @ Waterville Country Club

    Winslow class 1959 luncheon will be held at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 17, at the Waterville Country Club. For more information, call 873-5850. View event

  • 12:00pm Support Groups

    Gamblers Anonymous @ LINC Wellness & Recovery Center

    Gamblers Anonymous 12-step program meets from 2 to 3 p.m. every Saturday in the LINC Wellness Center at 38 Memorial Drive in Augusta. The group meets upstairs in the activities room. The building is wheelchair and handicapped accessible. The program is open to those 18 and older. For more information, contact Todd Trask at 869-0732. View event

  • 2018 UNE Department of Arts faculty show @ UNE Art Gallery

    The UNE Portland Campus Art Gallery presents the 2018 DEPARTMENT OF ARTS FACULTY EXHIBITION August 9 — October 21, 2018 You’re invited to experience artwork and music created by the faculty of the UNE Department of Arts. From the metaphorical and conceptual to the literal and formal, this exhibition showcases artworks that challenge assumptions and […] View event

  • How to Get Your Poetry Published @ Thomas Memorial Library

    Alice Persons is published poet – and a publisher of poetry. We hope you’ll join us to hear her story – how sometimes when you want to get something done (i.e. get your poems published), you just have to do it yourself! Alice will read from her poetry, and will host a discussion to answer […] View event

  • 12:30pm Community

    Mahjong @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Challenging game of skill and strategy played with tiles based on Chinese characters and symbols. The center is looking for people who would be interested in friendly playing or come watch and learn how to play. Please join us on Monday and Wednesdays 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Game Day @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Wednesdays are Game Day here at the Cohen Center. We currently have Bridge and Mahjong groups started, but we welcome groups who would like to play Cribbage, Yahtzee, Dice or organize your own team for other board, dice or card games. Come join the fun! Coffee and snacks are served. View event

  • 1:00pm Film

    Journey to a Billion Suns @ Southworth Planetarium

    A program about mapping the stars. The European Space Agency’s “GAIA” project intends to produce the most comprehensive three-dimensional map of our sector of the galaxy. We’ll know the distances, sizes, temperatures, life spans, exoplanet locations and more about a billion stars in our part of the Milky Way. View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Cards with Anne Thompson @ Litchfield Senior Center

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    Bailey Library Game Time @ Charles M. Bailey Library

    People who like to play cribbage and other games gather at the Charles M. Bailey Library in Winthrop on the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 1:30 – 3:30 to play together. Starting May 16, and will continue through October. Experienced and new players welcome! View event

  • Bangor Meet & Greet Networking Event with the Maine Association of Nonprofits @ Bangor Hilton Garden Inn

    Join the Maine Association of Nonprofits for a casual networking event to cultivate connections with nonprofit leaders from the Bangor region and deepen MANP’s understanding of your organization’s needs. Please RSVP to Katie Manter, Membership Manager, at kmanter@nonprofitmaine.org. This event is free, and light refreshments will be served. Sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank. View event

  • National Fossil Day

    Join us to learn about Fascinating Fossils! We will talk about how fossils form, the scale of geological time, and what we can learn about the prehistoric world from the fossil record! Plus, everyone should know about the Maine State Fossil—Pertica quadrifaria! Make a fossil craft to take home. View event

  • National Fossil Day @ L.C. Bates Museum

    National Fossil Day will be held from 3 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 17, at L.C. Bates Museum, 14 Easler Road, Hinckley. The event will include a talk about how fossils form, the scale of geological time, and what we can learn about the prehistoric world from the fossil record. Participants also can make a […] View event

  • 4:30pm Community

    Lambs Clothes Closet @ Fairfield First Baptist Church

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  • Weight Watchers @ Embden Community Center

    Come in and sign up — new members accepted. View event

  • Free Meal @ Westbrook Community Center

    Free community meal every Wednesday. Co-sponsored by Trinity Lutheran Church, Wayside Food Programs at the Westbrook Community Center. Free parking, handicap accessible. All are welcome for a free nutritious meal and fellowship. View event

  • 5:00pm Community

    Windsor Food Bank Hours @ Food Bank Building, Windsor Town Hall

    Windsor Food Bank Hours 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. View event

  • Yarmouth Community Garden Harvest Dinner @ Yarmouth High School

    CELEBRATE THE END OF THE GARDEN SEASON with us at the 15th annual Yarmouth Community Garden Harvest Dinner on Wednesday, Oct. 17th, from 5-7pm in the Yarmouth High School Cafeteria. The evening features pasta with marinara prepared by Dandelion Catering using the garden’s own organic tomatoes, pesto sauce made with garden basil, meatballs, mixed green […] View event

  • Tibetan Buddhist Meditation @ Zardus Art of Massage

    We meet every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. We will learn about the basics of Tibetan Buddhist Meditation and learn skills to end our suffering and achieve happiness, peace and calm. Class will begin with a short lecture, guided meditation, followed by group discussion, and more meditation sessions. There will always be time for questions and […] View event

  • Discover Girl Scouts, North Berwick @ North Berwick Elementary School

    Join us to learn why Girl Scouts offers the best leadership experience for girls—one that is designed with, by, and for girls. The inclusive, all-girl environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. You […] View event

  • Community redesign of Castonguay Square @ The Center

    Waterville Creates!, one of Maine’s leading arts and cultural organizations and a key driver in making the city a vibrant destination in central Maine, earlier this year was awarded a $75,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). The Our Town program will undertake, in partnership with the City of Waterville, Colby College, […] View event

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  • Waterville Area Nar-Anon Group @ St. Mark's Episcopal Church — Waterville

    for families or individuals dealing with drug-addiction of a loved one or friend View event

  • Unfoldment Classes-Mediumship

    The Spiritualist Church of Eternal Life Join us every Wednesday night for Unfoldment Classes/Spiritual Development/Mediumship practice Wednesdays, 6PM to 8PM $5.00 donation per person/class The Spiritualist Church of Eternal Life 352 Crowley Road Sabattus, Maine 04280 Contact: Rev. Catherine Sabine 207-376-5318 Crsabine@gmail.com View event

  • 6:00pm Dancing

    English Country Dancing @ Yarmouth History Center

    Curious about English Country Dancing? You’re invited to come try it out on Wednesdays from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Yarmouth History Center, 118 East Elm Street in Yarmouth. Beginners are welcome and partners are not necessary. This 11-week beginner/intermediate class, offered by Yarmouth Historical Society and 317 Main Community Music Center, will meet on Wednesdays […] View event

  • Discover Girl Scouts, Farmington @ Cascade Brook School

    Join us to learn why Girl Scouts offers the best leadership experience for girls—one that is designed with, by, and for girls. The inclusive, all-girl environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. You […] View event

  • Discover Girl Scouts, Waterville @ George J. Mitchell School

    Join us to learn why Girl Scouts offers the best leadership experience for girls—one that is designed with, by, and for girls. The inclusive, all-girl environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. You […] View event

  • Discover Girl Scouts, Fryeburg @ Molly Ochett Middle School

    Join us to learn why Girl Scouts offers the best leadership experience for girls—one that is designed with, by, and for girls. The inclusive, all-girl environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. You […] View event

  • Cooking class: Pâté @ East Forty Farm and Dairy

    Grind your way to happiness taking ordinary forcemeats to the extraordinary. Pâtés are really quite simple combinations of meat, seasonings and fat and can be smooth and spreadable or more textured. As accompaniments to good bread and cheese, they are an elegant addition to your table. We will focus on French style pâté – and […] View event

  • 6:30pm Community

    Bingo @ Gardiner/Augusta Lions Club

    Doors open at 4 p.m. View event

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    Maine-ly Harmony women’s barbershop chorus @ Emmanuel Lutheran Episcopal Church, Augusta

    Maine-ly Harmony women’s barbershop chorus meets at 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays at the Emmanuel Lutheran Episcopal Church on Route 17, Eastern Avenue, Augusta. All women are welcome to join the rehearsal to listen or sing. For more information, contact Lea Davis at leadavis@roadrunner.com. View event

  • 6:30pm Film

    “Edward Scissorhands” (1990) @ Patten Free Library

    Once upon a time in a castle high on a hill lived an inventor (Vincent Price) whose greatest creation was named Edward. Although Edward (Johnny Depp) had an irresistible charm, he wasn’t quite perfect. The inventor’s sudden death left him unfinished, with sharp shears of metal for hands. Edward lived alone in the darkness until […] View event

  • 6:30pm Community

    Waterville Branch, American Association of University Women @ Robins Room, 111 Roberts Union, Colby College

    Waterville Branch, American Association of University Women, will meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 17, in Robins Room of Roberts Union at Colby College in Waterville. Program is “Maine Can Do.” Betsy Peters will talk about on sexual harassment in the workplace. For more information, call Cathy Bevier at 238-9516. View event

  • 7:00pm Theater

    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Good Theater — St. Lawrence Art Center

    Good Theater presents the Portland premiere of the 2015 Tony Award winning Best Play, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Simon Stephens. Based on the best selling novel by Mark Haddon, Good Theater brings the story of Christopher Boone and his great adventure to life. Starring Griffin Carpenter as Christopher. Also […] View event

  • Embden Board of Appeals @ Embden Town Office

    The Board of Appeals for the town of Embden will hear a request for variance to the shoreland zoning ordinance Oct. 17. The hearing will be at the Embden Town Office at 7 p.m. View event

  • 7:30pm Theater

    Ben Butler by Richard Strand @ Portland Stage Company

    “…Part comedy, part historical drama and part biography… by turns sarcastic, droll and witty.” — NY Times When a runaway slave demands sanctuary at a Union Army garrison, the General in charge is faced with a moral quandary: follow the letter of the law, or make a game-changing move that could alter the course of […] View event

  • 8:00pm Music

    Melvin Seals & JGB @ Port City Music Hall

    Melvin Seals, longtime member of the Jerry Garcia Band, will perform with JGB. Buy tickets in person at the Port City Music Hall box office (504 Congress Street) Wednesday-Friday 10AM-5PM, charge by phone at 800-745-3000, or on our website. PCMH box office will open one hour before doors night of show. This event is 18 […] View event

  • 8:30pm Comedy

    Portland Comedy Showcase @ Bull Feeney's

    Mid-week comic relief featuring hilarious stand-ups and our famous “One Minute Challenge” audience open mic. Portland’s best bet on a Wednesday! View event

  • Thursday October 18 2018

    Thursday night football @ Dockfore

    Join us for Thursday Night Football featuring 20oz Long Trail IPA for just $1.95 with free peanuts. View event

  • Kennebec Water District Trustees @ Kennebec Water District

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  • 8:00am Business

    Natural Gas: Focus on the Future @ The Woodlands Club

    As the cold weather approaches and the topic of natural gas is top of mind, Verrill Dana and Pierce Atwood will be hosting their 6th Annual Natural Gas Conference: Focus on the Future. The all-day event will feature keynote speaker Mark Vannoy, Chair of Maine Public Utilities Commission, followed by a video address by United […] View event

  • Discover Waynflete: Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools

    Many gifted programs are designed exclusively for students who are “ahead” in either reading or math skills. At Waynflete, we believe that there is more to gifted education than acceleration. Our program’s small classes allow teachers to create differentiated assignments that match the skill levels of different students but still extend the thinking of every […] View event

  • 9:00am Community

    Fairfield Interfaith Food Pantry @ Fairfield Interfaith Food Pantry

    first and third thursdays View event

  • Computer Lessons @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Thursdays 9 AM – 11 AM private one-on-one computer lessons customized to your needs. Bring your laptop. Cost is $10.00 per hour lesson. Call 626-7777 to schedule an appointment and come learn with Bob Flagg. View event

  • Reiki Play @ Rosemont Studio Collective

    THURSDAY 9 am to 10 am At Rosemont Studio Collective, 251 Danforth St. Portland, ME $15 per child and parent support@saramagic.com This refreshing hour of Reiki Play with Sara Fay will help you imagine limitless possibilities as your mind reaches a calm center. An open environment filled with loving light energy eases tension, helping the […] View event

  • 9:30am Community

    Oldies But Goodies Senior Center @ The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Gardiner

    Socialize, play games, and plan activities View event

  • 10:00am Community

    Cards and conversation @ Golden Oldies Senior Center

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  • 10:00am Benefits, Community

    United Methodist Clothes Closet @ Knights of Columbus, Gardiner

    United Methodist Clothes Closet, located at 9 Spring St., in the Knights of Columbus Building, in Gardiner. Phone 582-6270. Everyone is welcome. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. View event

  • 10:00am Community

    Cell Phone / Tablet Class @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Learn how to use your cell phone / tablet. It does not matter what the brand is, U.S Cellular staff will help you figure them out. Bring your devices with you. The class will be on Thursday, October 18th from 10 AM – 11 AM View event

  • 10:00am Community

    Senior Advisory Committee @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • 10:30am For Kids

    Story Time @ Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum

    Join us for “All Aboard” Story Time Thursday mornings at 10:30am during our regular operating season. Children can enjoy a reading of a story book or two inside the museum and receive a craft activity to take home. The program is targeted towards a preschool through early elementary age audience, but all are welcome. Regular […] View event

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  • Children’s Story Time & Craft Project @ Belgrade Public Library

    Come join us at the Belgrade Public Library on 124 Depot Road for a variety of stories and kids crafts every Thursday morning. Story Time themes are posted on our web site and craft projects can be viewed on our facebook page. All events are free and open to the public. For more information call […] View event

  • 11:00am Community

    Waterville non-sanctioned bridge club @ Spectrum Generations Muskie Community Center

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  • Nutrition Class @ Golden Oldies Senior Center

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  • 12:00pm Community

    Game Day @ Golden Oldies Senior Center

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  • 12:00pm Support Groups

    Overeaters Anonymous @ First Congregational Church in Fireside Room

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  • Great Falls Forum with Dan Thayer @ Callahan Hall, Lewiston Public Library

    The 2017-2018 season of the Great Falls Forum continues on Thursday, October 18th, featuring Dan Thayer, President, Thayer Corporation, with a talk entitled “Marijuana. Moratoriums. Massive hemp farms. How advanced cultivation techniques are changing agriculture on a world-wide scale.” The program will take place from 12 noon to 1 PM in Callahan Hall at the […] View event

  • Portland Conservatory of Music Presents: The Noonday Concert Series @ First Parish Church, Portland

    The Noonday Concert Series provides free access to live performances by Maine’s most talented musicians throughout the academic year. The series has always been an integral part of the Conservatory’s mission to provide equal access to high quality music and highlight its talented faculty and students. Concerts start October 1st! Performances are held in downtown […] View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    East Madison Historical Association monthly meeting @ East Madison Fire Station

    The East Madison Historical Association holds monthly meetings at 1:00pm on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the East Madison Fire Station at 1108 East Madison Rd in Madison. For agendas, check out our Facebook page View event

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  • 1:00pm Film, For Kids

    Force 5/Aurora Storm Double Feature @ Southworth Planetarium

    Force 5/Aurora Storm Double Feature! Weather and space weather combine in this double feature: “Force 5” is a brand new 22-minute show about the dangers of extreme weather, from hurricanes to tornadoes to tsunamis! “Aurora Storm” is an 11-minute program about the science and mythology of the northern lights. What causes them? How often do […] View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Bridge Club @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Bridge is a challenging partnership card game requiring four players. Considered by many to be the ultimate card game, this classic game involves strategy and concentration. Players of all levels of experience welcome. Bridge is every Thursday from 1 – 4 PM. Call Fran at 495-3490 to register. View event

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  • Homeschool Hub @ Waterville Public Library

    Homeschoolers are invited to meet at the Waterville Public Library every Thursday from 1:30-2:30pm for games, crafts, speakers, and more! There will be an activity in the Children’s department for attendees in 1st-6th grade, and an activity in the Bartlett Room for Teens for attendees in 6th-12th grade. The activity will change every week. Thursday, […] View event

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  • Meditation group @ Vassalboro Friends Meetinghouse

    Meditation group to be held Thursday evenings at 7 p.m. at the Vassalboro Friends Meetinghouse, 48 South Stanley Hill Road, Vassalboro. All are welcome. This is a nondenominational and silent meditation. This group will be for anyone wishing to begin meditation or those who are a long-time practitioners. We will have some cushions, but please […] View event

  • 4:00pm Community, Film

    Teen movie night @ Waterville Public Library

    Join us in the Bartlett Room for Teens at 4pm every Thursday for a screening of a popular movie! The movie changes every week. Please visit our website, or call (207 ) 872-5433, or email staylor@watervillelibrary.org to discover which movie we’ll be showing! This event is free, and open to attendees ages 11-18. Light refreshments […] View event

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  • Celebrate Sarah! Event @ Waterville Public Library

    All are invited to a Celebrate Sarah! Event on Thursday, October 18, 2018, 4p-6p at the Waterville Public Library. After serving as the transformative and inspirational director of the Waterville Public Library since 2005, Sarah Sugden will be leaving Waterville at the end of October. Sarah is moving on to new challenges and opportunities in […] View event

  • Magic on Maine benefit auction @ The Daniel Inn — Brunswick

    Join the Brunswick Downtown Association (BDA) for Magic on Maine – Live & Silent Auction • Thursday, October 19th from 5 to 7:30 pm at The Daniel. Auction proceeds support the community events and programs hosted by the Brunswick Downtown Association: Music on the Mall, the Community BBQ, the Brunswick Outdoor Arts Festival, Tree Lighting […] View event

  • Magical thinking in the woods @ Casco Bay Artisans

    Casco Bay Artisans hosts Magical Thinking in the Woods, small works by Jeff Roland, co-founder of the French Neo Outsider Art Movement. Casco Bay Artisans (CBA) Autumn show will feature current small works by French artist Jeff Roland. A contemporary and neighbor of Marc Chagall, Jeff Roland’s work features bold, colorful personal pieces, which reflect […] View event

  • Landscape for Life @ Foreside Community Church

    Landscape for Life is based on the principles of the Sustainable Sites Initiative™ an interdisciplinary effort led by the American Society of Landscape Architects, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin, and the United States Botanic Garden. Every home landscape has the potential to help clean air and water, […] View event

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  • 5:30pm Community

    Ranked Choice Beer Election @ Cushnoc Brewing Co.

    Ranked Choice Beer Election, a Ranked Choice demonstration using everyone’s favorite educational tool, beer, for those 21 and older only, will be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, Cushnoc Brewing Co., 243 Front St., Augusta. For more information, contact 449-7195 or Grayson@morevoice.org. View event

  • Lecture: Maine Writers Today

    Joshua Bodwell, Director of the Maine Writers’ Alliance, will speak on writing and writers in Maine today. Light refreshments served. Cost is $5 per person, or FREE for members. For more information, please call 985-4802 or visit our website at http://www.brickstoremuseum.org. View event

  • 5:30pm Community

    College night for teens & parents @ Auburn Public Library

    Come to the Auburn Public Library and join admissions representatives from seven (7) colleges and universities as they sit on a panel facilitated by Jessica Whittier of Finance Authority of Maine (FAME). Topics covered during the panel discussion (roughly 5:30-6:45) will include the differences in colleges represented, the application process, financial aid and more! Following […] View event

  • Celebrate Recovery @ Augusta First Church of the Nazarene

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    Waterville Squadron @ Waterville Airport

    The CAP Cadet Program is a year-round program where Cadets fly, learn to lead, hike, camp, get in shape, and push themselves to new limits. If you’re dreaming about a career in aviation, space or the military, CAP’s Cadet Program is for you. The Waterville Squadron meets every Thursday from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at […] View event

  • Take action for Maine’s environment @ Maine Audubon (Gilsland Farm)

    Join Maine Audubon and friends from Maine’s environmental advocacy community to learn about threats our environment faces under the Trump Administration and what you can do to resist those threats. First, you’ll learn about specific proposals from the Trump Administration and members of Congress to weaken our environmental laws. Then, you’ll learn the citizen advocacy […] View event

  • Conversational French Language Group @ Wells Public Library

    Join us for an informal approach to practicing or re-learning French! This group meets weekly every Thursday to speak French. We offer some activities, questions, and other approaches to practicing the language. We welcome anyone with a French Language interest to participate. View event

  • Mindfulness & Meditation class @ Rosemont Studio Collective

    MINDFULNESS & MEDITATION THURSDAY 6pm to 7pm This awakening Mindfulness & Meditation class with Jenny Madden, Sara Fay or guest instructor will help you fully understand the relief found within developing a personal practice. A connection to the body, mind and spirit helps one feel better and channel restorative energy. An informal hour of mindfulness […] View event

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  • Author Event @ Baxter Memorial Library

    Fighting Prosaic Messages, by Henry C Amoroso, Jr edited/ presented by Justin Amoroso, adjunct philosophy professor at SMCC October 18, 2018 at 6:00 pm, Baxter Memorial Library, Gorham Maine In 2010, Henry C. Amoroso,Jr., a noted literacy advocate and USM professor, passed away. Prior to his death, he completed Fighting Prosaic Messages, a personal history […] View event

  • Author to present talk on the history of the underground railroad in Central Maine at Winslow Public Library @ Winslow Public Library

    Winslow Area families put their lives and fortunes on the line connecting to the Underground Railroad. Maine’s connection to the famous Underground Railroad that helped free runaway slaves in the mid-1800s does not begin and end with Harriet Beecher Stowe. Indeed, people from Kittery to Ft. Fairfield, including Waterville-Winslow, Augusta, China and Vassalboro, conspired to […] View event

  • Discover Girl Scouts, South Portland @ Skillin Elementary School

    Join us to learn why Girl Scouts offers the best leadership experience for girls—one that is designed with, by, and for girls. The inclusive, all-girl environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. You […] View event

  • Discover Girl Scouts, Mechanic Falls @ Elm Street School

    Join us to learn why Girl Scouts offers the best leadership experience for girls—one that is designed with, by, and for girls. The inclusive, all-girl environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. You […] View event

  • Neighborhood history night: East Deering @ St. Peter's Episcopal Church

    East Deering grew from a small rural village into a suburban neighborhood for Portland’s growing population in part due to employment opportunities at Burnham and Morrill and in the Grand Trunk Railroad yard. Join Julie Larry to learn more about the transformation of the neighborhood and the history of some of its residents at the […] View event

  • Yoga @ Embden Community Center

    Yoga will be offered at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays at Embden Community Center. Bring a mat. Cost is by donation. For more information, call Cyndia at 566-5089. View event

  • 6:30pm Community

    Conversational Spanish at Riverton @ Portland Public Library, Riverton Branch

    Come join us at the Riverton Branch Library for our monthly Conversational Spanish Group. It’s an excellent way to practice Spanish language skills—and offers the opportunity to meet other Spanish-speakers in the area! The group is geared toward adults and teens, but children are welcome to accompany parents & are encouraged to participate as well. […] View event

  • 6:30pm Community

    Cribbage tournament @ Buker Community Center

    Buker Community Center offers weekly cribbage tournaments from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Tuesdays and from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursdays in the Senior Clubhouse. The club is for those 55 and older. For more information, contact Deanna James at 215-6788. View event

  • Scandals, Scoundrels & Sinners @ Eastern Cemetery

    The non-profit group Spirits Alive will again be offering their popular “Walk Among the Shadows” event this October in Eastern Cemetery. This year’s theme is “Scandals, Scoundrels & Sinners.” Six ghostly storytellers, most of whom are actually buried at Eastern Cemetery, will materialize in the cemetery to tell the scandalous stories of their own lives. […] View event

  • “No Small Matter” Film Screening @ Hannaford Hall, USM Abromson Center, Portland Campus

    “No Small Matter” Thursday, October 18, 2018 6:30-8:30pm Hannaford Hall, University of Southern Maine 88 Bedford Street, Portland Free and open to the public, but must register to attend Register for “No Small Matter” Film Screening https://www.maineaeyc.org/registration/no-small-matter Join the Maine Association for the Education of Young Children (MaineAEYC) for the Maine premiere of this film. […] View event

  • An Evening of Lute and Soprano Songs of Sweden @ Thomas Memorial Library

    We have an amazing program lined up for a cool October evening. Lutist Timothy Burris joins us, along with opera soprano Jennifer Bates to regale us with an evening of Northern European music written in the mid-1600s to mid-1700s. This is a unique opportunity to time travel with two seasoned musical performers. Maine native soprano […] View event

  • Soup & Suspense with Jen Blood @ Vose Library

    The author of The Erin Solomon Mysteries and the Flint K-9 Search and Rescue Mysteries will join us for the 20th year of Soup & Suspense at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, at Vose Library, 392 Common Road, Union. Hear Jen Blood talk about her books while enjoying soup cooked by our culinary cadre. She […] View event

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    Storytelling swap stories @ St. Joseph Parish Hall - Farmington

    A storytelling swap will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, downstairs at St. Joseph Parish Hall, by the intersection of Middle and Quebec streets, in Farmington. Free and open to the public. No storytelling experience necessary. Call 578-1791 for details. View event

  • “Creative Use of Lightroom” with photographer Betty Wiley @ Brunswick Naval Museum & Memorial Gardens

    Brunswick — American photographer Betty Wiley will deliver a talk for First Light Camera Club on Thursday, October 18, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wiley is an award-winning photographer specializing in landscapes who offers tours, workshops, photography guidance and post processing tutorials and is highly accomplished in her field. First Light Camera Club meets at the Brunswick […] View event

  • Planning Board @ Belgrade Town Office

    There will be Planning Board meeting on Thursday at 7pm. It will be held at the Belgrade Town Office, 990 Augusta road Belgrade Maine. Any questions please email npoole@townofbelgrade.com or call 495-2258. View event

  • The Future of Conservation in America @ College of the Atlantic Gates Community Center

    Former Science Advisor to the Director of the National Park Service Gary Machlis details present and impending threats to the environment and provides a powerful and lasting resource to the next generation of conservationist leaders at College of the Atlantic’s Human Ecology Forum. View event

  • 7:00pm Theater

    Crimes of the Heart @ Sparrow's Nest Theater

    Crimes of the Heart will take the stage at 7 p.m. Oct. 18-20 and at 2 p.m. Oct. 21 at Sparrow’s Nest Theater, 1114 West Mills Road, West Mills. Set in Mississippi in 1974, this play by Beth Henley tells the story of three sisters and their grave yet uproarious troubles. When the youngest is […] View event

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  • Thursday night swing dance

    Join Portland Swing Project for our weekly swing dance, Thursday Night Stomp! Come dance to a variety of swing music from our talented musicians and DJs playing music from the 1920s to today. Try swing for the first time with a beginning lesson 7-7:30 and music 7:30-9:30. Shake off some mid-week stress, meet new people […] View event

  • Hold Onto Your Hat! @ The Theater Project

    Hold Onto Your Hat! is a multi-media, one-woman touring show written and performed by Andrea Itkin, directed by Scott Anthony Smith and produced by Everyman Repertory Theatre. It is part memoir, part social commentary, delivered all in rhyme, with a sprinkle of song and more than a dash of humor. The perspective changes from old […] View event

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  • MIRA by Bare Portland Theater @ SPACE Gallery

    About the Show: MIRA roots itself in the lyrical style of Tennessee Williams, plumbing the psychological depths and rich characters typical of his work. An urgent longing drives a young woman to seek relief from her pressing emptiness for the first time. She finds an unexpected friendship to abate her loneliness in a shared love […] View event

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  • Mira – Bare Portland @ SPACE Gallery

    MIRA roots itself in the lyrical style of Tennessee Williams, plumbing the psychological depths and rich characters typical of his work. In it, a young woman finds an unexpected friendship in a shared love of poetry. Attendees are encouraged to bring a smartphone and headphones to choose from a variety of individual soundscapes to accompany […] View event

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  • Friday October 19 2018

    Waterville Stamp Club Meeting @ Kennebec Valley Community College, Bernard King Building

    The Waterville Stamp Club meets the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month. Meeting held at Kennebec Valley Community College in Fairfield in the King Building (Room112) View event

  • ComedySportz @ The Fresnel Theater

    ComedySportz Maine does improvisational comedy played as a sport. Offered every Friday and Saturday at 7pm, a ComedySportz® match features two teams of professional players competing for laughs and points, with a referee keeping things moving and calling fouls. Every show is different, with different players, different games, and different fans supplying new suggestions and […] View event

  • Sister Act at Windham Center Stage Theater @ Windham Center Stage Theater

    WIndham Center Stage Theater presents: Sister Act 7:00 pm Fridays & Saturdays Oct 19,20, 26, 27 2:00 pm Sundays Oct 21 & 28 Tickets are on sale now at the box office. Www. Windhamtheater.org or call (207) 893-2098. Don’t miss this phenomenal performance! 8 School Rd Windham ME 04062 Sister Act is the feel-good musical […] View event

  • Windham Center Stage Theater presents Sister Act @ Windham Center Stage Theater

    Windham Center Stage Theater presents Sister Act, the Musical! Tickets are on sale now at the box office: https://ticketpeak.com/res/windhamtheater to reserve your seats. Performance dates: Oct 19, 20, 21, & Oct 26, 27, & 28. (Fridays & Saturdays at 7:00pm, & Sundays at 2:00pm). Don’t miss it!!! View event

  • Brunswick Farmers Market @ On the Mall

    With more than a dozen vendors, Brunswick Farmers’ Market is the best place to find delicious local food this summer. Vendors offer bread, cheese, coffee, eggs, jams, meats, seedlings, vegetables and more! Held every Tuesday and Friday 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM on the Mall (between Maine Street & Park Row) in downtown Brunswick View event

  • 8:30am Film

    Natural Selection @ Southworth Planetarium

    A show about the dynamics of evolution. We follow Charles Darwin on his voyages around the world aboard the HMS Beagle. Discover the wondrous natural processes that shape and re-shape the myriad life forms on our planet. View event

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  • TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    TOPS is a national, nonprofit weight loss support group for folks wanting to lose weight. TOPS offers tools, program and a supportive environment for healthy living and weight management. Every Friday from 9:00 – 10:00 AM View event

  • Feldenkrais method exercises @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • Cheese Lovers Day: Open Creamery Workshop @ Neziscot Farm

    An all-day event for cheese lovers. Join us as we open our fromagerie doors to the public! Come learn how to make a variety of our cheeses, attend a Q & A segment with Gloria Varney, Owner & Cheese Maker, and of course sample all the different cheeses we make here at Nezinscot Farm. This […] View event

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  • Fiber Arts Group @ Wells Public Library

    All are welcome to join our Fiber Arts Group. If you embroider, cross-stitch, sew, weave, quilt, whatever you do – if it’s done with fiber and it’s portable, we welcome you. We meet every Friday as long as the library is open. All ages & levels of ability are encouraged to join us for ideas, […] View event

  • Black New England Conference 2018 @ Holloway Commons

    EXPRESS YOURSELF – STYLE< IDENTITY AND ADORNMENT In exploring the traditions, artistry, and social histories that have shaped different forms of African American style, this conference will investigate the historical and present impact of artistic expression on the development of African American identities and cultural production. Panelists will also unpack ways in which the embodiment […] View event

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  • 10:00am Community

    Cribbage/Unlucky 7’s @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • Bowling at 1-7-10 @ Golden Oldies Senior Center

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  • 10:30am Community, For Kids

    Rhymetime for babies, toddlers and their grownups @ Waterville Public Library

    Babies are born ready to learn! By singing, clapping, and sharing stories with their grownups, children from birth to age 3 gain valuable skills and knowledge for later learning success. Join us for a half-hour of active fun in the Children’s department every Friday 10:30am-11 at the Waterville Public Library! This program is free, and […] View event

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  • 10:30am Community

    Somerset Education Association-Retired group @ Heritage House Restaurant

    The Somerset Education Association-Retired group will meet at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at the Heritage House Restaurant, Skowhegan. Dues are $6 a year. Our guest speaker will be Patty Cormier from the Maine Forest Service and the Farmington Fire Department. This month donations will be accepted for the Women’s Shelter in Solon. For more […] View event

  • Tim Bavington: Rock & Roll Abstraction @ Bob Crewe Gallery at Maine College of Art

    Bob Crewe Gallery at Maine College of Art (MECA) exhibits “Tim Bavington: Rock & Roll Abstraction” July 13 – Oct. 19 Abstract painter translates Rolling Stones, Beatles, Cream, and Jimi Hendrix songs into visual experiences Dedicated to using music and art as a gateway to learning, the Bob Crewe Gallery at Maine College of Art […] View event

  • Leeke-Shaw Lecture: Does Trump + Putin = The End of the West? @ Margaret Chase Smith Library

    Leeke-Shaw Lecture: Does Trump + Putin = The End of the West? will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at Margaret Chase Smith Library. Professor Seth Singleton of the University of Maine will discuss whether the NATO military alliance and EU economic and political union, which have kept the peace […] View event

  • 12:00pm Community

    Potluck and monthly birthdays @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • 12:30pm Community

    Book Discussion Group @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    First and third Friday of each month at 12:30 PM. Come share with the group a book that you have read and hear about books others have read. View event

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    Old Canada Road Historical Society @ Old Canada Road Historical Society

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  • Turner Public Library Offering Ancestry.com Workshop and Assistance @ Turner Public Library

    Turner Public Library will host an afternoon workshop on genealogy research using the popular online database Ancestry.com on Friday, October 19, 2018 at 1pm. The free workshop will be taught by genealogy enthusiast and experienced Ancestry.com navigator Linda Poland. Ms. Poland will introduce participants to the basics of the service, including how to create an […] View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Cards, games @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • 3:00pm For Kids

    Lego and Rubik’s Cube Club @ Wells Public Library

    Participants are invited to build master creations with Legos provided by the library. We will also have Rubik’s cubes on hand with instructions on how to solve the Cube. All ages welcome. These free events are sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library. View event

  • Adventures in Art: Hiking, Movement & Dance with Shana Bloomstein @ Western Maine Mountains

    Shana is excited to be offering a weekend retreat with Nancy Zane that will integrate Yoga, creative movement, massage, visual art and journaling with our explorations of the natural world. This weekend hopes to provide a nourishing and grounding environment for everyone to begin a personal reflective journey into somatic movement, create a simple daily […] View event

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  • Utterly unbelievable book sale @ Unitarian Universalist Church of Belfast

    The Unitarian-Universalist Church of Belfast, at 37 Miller Street (behind the library), will have their annual Utterly Unbelievable Book Sale Friday, October 19 and Saturday, October 20. There will be hundreds of fiction and children’s books, as well as those on self-help, art, health, science, cooking, biography, spiritual, history, travel, poetry, psychology, environment, photography, and […] View event

  • Guest artist reception, Gallery 302 @ Gallery 302

    Gallery 302 would like to welcome Maya Best from Rumford, Maine, as their newest guest artist and will hold a reception on Friday, October 19 from 5:00 to 7:00 where Maya will be sharing with us, not only the rich kaleidoscope of colors and shapes in her artwork, but also some of her music. Gallery […] View event

  • Dr Philip Landrigan reception and talk @ University of New England, Innovation Hall, Portland Campus

    Dr Landrigan will be in Maine to speak about pesticides and his new book, Children & Environmental Toxins: What everyone needs to know. Dr Landrigan is an international leader in public health and preventive medicine. He is a pediatrician and epidemiologist and his pioneering research on the effects of lead poisoning in children led the […] View event

  • Thrifty Lobster kid’s consignment sale @ Summit Church

    The Thrifty Lobster is Southern Maine’s only bi-annual Kid’s Consignment Sale. Score amazing deals on gently used baby and kid’s clothing, toys, books, gear and more! Early Bird Pre-Sale on Friday, October 19 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm with $5 donation towards local charity. Regular sale is on Saturday, October 20 from 8am to 12pm. CASH […] View event

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  • Medium Readings/Gallery Readings @ The Spiritualist Church of Eternal Life

    The Spiritualist Church of Eternal Life Join us the 3rd Friday of every month for Medium Readings in a Gallery Setting. Receive messages from loved ones and friends who are in spirit. $10.00 donation per person This is a group /Gallery setting For appointments for private Readings or more information please call… 376 Crowley Road […] View event

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  • 6:00pm Benefits

    Charity fundraiser Gift A Rama with a meal @ Franklin Masonic Lodge 123, New Sharon

    Eastern Star Messalunskit Chapter 170 of New Sharon will hold its big charity fundraiser Gift A Rama with a meal at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at the Franklin Masonic Lodge 123, U.S. Route 2, in New Sharon. Tickets are $8 each for the meal. After the delicious meal we will be having gift bag […] View event

  • 6:00pm Community

    Movie and Popcorn Night @ Unitarian Universalist Church of Augusta

    A Movie & Popcorn Night is planned for 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at the Unitarian Universalist Community Church, 69 Winthrop St., Augusta. The cost is free. “Frozen River” is the story of Ray Eddy, a working class mother who is in great need of money to find a home after her husband deserts her. […] View event

  • 6:30pm Community

    Cribbage @ VFW, Fairfield

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  • 6:30pm Music

    Sandy River Ramblers @ Somerset Abbey

    The Sandy River Ramblers are looking forward to their big concert from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at Somerset Abbey, 98 Main St., in Madison. The Sandy River Ramblers is a bluegrass band — banjo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, upright bass — but they are unique. The band’s special niche is singing original songs […] View event

  • Mindfulness (calm abiding) retreat weekend @ Zardus Art of Massage

    Retreat Schedule: Friday 7pm – 9pm Introduction to Calm Abiding meditation with instruction Saturday 10 am – 12 pm, 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm Meditation practice Sunday 10 am – 12 pm, 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm Meditation practice Please provide your own lunches and if you have a special cushion, bring that also. View event

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  • 7:00pm Community

    Tell-a-Story-Night @ Chesterville Center Union Meetinghouse

    A Tell-a-Story-Night, true stories about “Back in the Day in Franklin County,” will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at Chesterville Center Union Meeting House, 3 Borough Road, Chesterville. Stories will be 10 minutes and under. All ages welcome to participate or listen. The event is free; donations encouraged. For more information, contact […] View event

  • 7:15pm Sports

    Maine Mariners vs. Reading Royals @ Cross Insurance Arena - Portland

    Join the Mariners as they take on the Reading Royals at 7:15pm at the Cross Insurance Arena. The Mariners will be celebrating Oktoberfest and will offer $1 hot dogs, $2 popcorn, and $3 Bud Light drafts. To get your tickets visit marinersofmaine.com or call 833-GO-MAINE. View event

  • Jack the Ripper @ The Westbrook Performing Arts Center

    Portland Ballet presents ‘Jack the Ripper’! The spooky story of the serial killer who haunted the streets of London in the 19th century aligns perfectly with the weeks leading up to Halloween! Previously performed in 2013 and 2014 in front of sold-out crowds, Artistic Director and choreographer Nell Shipman will add 30 minutes of choreography […] View event

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  • Halloween Masquerade Ball @ Spire 29 on the Square

    Pittie Posse Rescue & Sanctuary brings you: Halloween 🎃 Masquerade Ball. October 19th @ Spire 29 on the Square Gorham, ME 04038👻 Time: 7:30pm Tickets: $12 a piece or $20 per couple ALL PROCEEDS TO PITTIE POSSE Grab your tickets here: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3617693 Our Story Pittie Posse Rescue and Sanctuary has three missions: – Rescue of […] View event

  • 8:00pm Music

    George Winston @ Vinegar Hill Music Theatre

    George began playing organ in 1967. In 1971 he switched to the acoustic piano after hearing recordings from the 1920s and the 1930s by the legendary stride pianists Thomas “Fats” Waller and the late Teddy Wilson. In addition to working on stride piano, he also at this time came up with his own style of […] View event

  • 8:00pm Music

    The Glitch Mob @ The State Theatre

    Electronic music group The Glitch Mob will perform. Buy tickets in person at the Port City Music Hall box office (504 Congress Street) Wednesday-Friday 10AM-5PM, charge by phone at 800-745-3000, or on our website. State Theatre box office will open one hour before doors night of show. This event is all ages. View event

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    Aztec Two-Step featuring Rex Fowler and Friends @ One Longfellow Square

    The story of Aztec Two-Step is intertwined with the history of folk-rock music in America, originating from a chance meeting at an open mic night in a Boston folk club in 1971. Taking their band’s name from a poem by beat poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti, ATS burst on the scene in 1972 with their self-titled debut […] View event

  • 8:00pm Theater

    Cast Aside Productions presents Kurt Vonnegut’s God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater @ Portland Ballet Studio Theater

    Eliot Rosewater, drunk, volunteer fireman and president of the fabulously rich Rosewater Foundation, is about to attempt a noble experiment with human nature. The first musical by the team behind Little Shop of Horrors, The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast. God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater Book and Lyrics Howard Ashman Music Alan Menken […] View event

  • Laura Kargul in Concert: Wild at Heart @ Corthell Concert Hall, University of Southern Maine

    Laura Kargul, internationally acclaimed pianist and director of keyboard studies at the University of Southern Maine School of Music, will give a solo recital, “Wild at Heart,” at Corthell Concert Hall at USM in Gorham on Friday, October 19 at 8 p.m. The program will feature works by Mozart, Schumann and Liszt, all inspired by […] View event

  • Shelly Waters Live! @ Andy's Old Port Pub

    Andy’s Old Port Pub offers live acoustic style music nightly. Tonight, the magical Shelly Waters. Her musical roots run as deep and wide as the mighty Mississippi River that snakes through her home state of Louisiana. Her sound is the epitome of the holy tonal trinity of blues, country, and rock. “I want my music […] View event

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  • Saturday October 20 2018

    Super Sauna Saturdays ~ Community Sauna @ Nurture Through Nature Retreat Center

    Super Sauna Saturday is back by popular demand! Every Saturday from 4-6pm, from October through March, our sauna is open to the public as shared space for deep relaxation and community connection. No Appointment is necessary. The cost is $15pp and $10 pp for students. Please check our sauna calendar in the event of an […] View event

  • Fiddle-icious Concert @ The Orion Performing Arts Center

    Join Fiddle-icious, a non-profit, all volunteer community orchestra with members from Kittery to Augusta, as they take to the stage to share their uplifting music. Fiddle-icious is a large and vibrant group of Maine musicians playing fiddle, piano, harp, guitar, banjo, accordion, cello, tin whistle, concertina and upright bass. Their tunes are passed on from […] View event

  • Walk For Freedom

    Walk For Freedom is a global fundraising and awareness event. Rallying thousands of abolitionists, taking millions of steps, showing up in hundreds of cities all over the world, Walk For Freedom is an outward expression of our inward desire to see slavery completely abolished. On Saturday, October 20th, 9am starting from Monument Square in Portland […] View event

  • Marv Smith: Renaissance Man – gallery opening @ Continuum for Creativity

    Ceramics and art prints from the extensive estate of Marvin D. Smith (2/5/32 – 9/14/06) will be exhibited for sale at Continuum For Creativity from October 20-November 20, 2018. A dedicated artist, mentor, teacher and poet, Smith’s career spanned some 50 years, primarily in the midwest US. He was a master printmaker, painter, sculptor, and […] View event

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  • Orr’s Island Library Hosting October Star Gazing Event @ Lands End

    Bob Page and Ron Thompson from the Southern Maine Astronomers will lead us through some star gazing and introductory astronomy with the aid of two night vision telescopes belonging to the Orr’s Island Library. Star charts may be picked up ahead of time at the library, or downloaded at http://www.skymaps.com/downloads.html. Helpful items to bring: chair, […] View event

  • 7:00am Community

    Bus trip to Salem, Massachusetts @ Golden Oldies Senior Center

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  • Your Second Act Maine: A Conference for Boomers @ Parker Pavilion – UNE, Portland campus

    Your Second Act Maine is an all-day conference designed to assist you in your transition to retirement or whatever you want to do in your next life chapter. Featuring speaker and author, Gregg Levoy and 11 workshops to help you explore lifestyle, work and wellness after 50. Join us for provocative conversation and inspiring information. View event

  • 7:30am Benefits

    Benefit breakfast @ Masonic Hall

    A public breakfast is planned for 7:30-10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Masonic Hall, 2422 Hallowell Road, Litchfield. The cost is $7, free for children younger than 4. Proceeds benefit Eastern Star Charities. For more information, 622-0381. View event

  • Kennebunk Farmers Market @ Kennebunk Farmers Market

    Saturdays 8am-1pm located at the Garden Street lot, Kennebunk, May 5th, 2018 thru November 17th 2018. Website -www.kennebunkfarmersmarket.org. e-mail – info@kennebunkfarmersmarket.org View event

  • Fall on the farm weekends @ Wolfe's Neck Center

    Wolfe’s Neck Center is celebrating the arrival of fall with a different theme each weekend. Join us every Saturday and Sunday for special workshops, demonstrations, music, food and more! Each weekend is unique and will offer activities for all ages. Pick up some of autumn’s bounty at the Farm Store or head out to our […] View event

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  • Show Up and Tune In @ Rosemont Studio Collective

    Saturday, 8am – 10am This restorative 15 minute energy session with Sara Fay will help connect the mind, body and spirit, amplifying your light energy. A focus on inner body awareness will help the mind soften for deeper understanding as pain comes to the surface and releases. Studio space is open 8am – 10am for […] View event

  • 10th Annual Northern New England Collegiate Symposium on Music Education @ Corthell Concert Hall, University of Southern Maine

    Saturday, October 20 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 10th Annual Northern New England Collegiate Symposium on Music Education. Keynote Speaker: Dr. Peter Webster Peter R. Webster, Scholar-in-Residence at the University of Southern California and Professor Emeritus of Music Education at Northwestern University, and USM Alum, will offer three plenary sessions addressing Music & Creativity, […] View event

  • 9:00am Community

    Les Bavards @ Jorgensen's Cafe

    Les Bavards, informal gathering of French speakers meet to chat or rekindle their French language skills, at 9 a.m. each Saturday at Jorgensen’s Cafe in downtown Waterville. View event

  • Madison Farmer’s Market @ Madison Main Street Park

    Every Saturday, rain or shine! View event

  • Madison Farmers’ Market @ Madison Main Street Park

    The Madison Farmer’s Market is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday in the Main Street Park in downtown Madison. The market includes fresh veggies, cheese, bread, grass-fed beef and more. Kid friendly. For more information, email madisonfarmers@gmail.com. View event

  • Durham Community Forum @ Durham Community School

    A community forum will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 20, at the Durham Community School to provide residents with the opportunity to voice their concerns and goals for growth and development in the town over the next 20 years. The forum is part of the Durham Comprehensive Plan Committee’s […] View event

  • SMCC Open House @ HUB Gymnasium, Southern Maine Community College

    Southern Maine Community College is holding its Fall Open House at its South Portland Campus for prospective and accepted students, families and anyone with an interest in SMCC. Learn about academic programs, student life, financial aid, admissions and more, meet faculty and tour our ocean-side campus. View event

  • Central Maine Ski Skate Swap on 20 Oct @ George J. Mitchell Elementary School

    The Central Maine Ski Club is hosting a Ski-Skate Swap on Saturday October 20th, 9am to 3pm, at the George J. Mitchell School, 58 Drummond Ave in Waterville. Drop off any winter recreation equipment you would like to sell or donate on Friday, from 4-8pm (Clean equipment will sell better). Equipment can also be dropped […] View event

  • Chess Club! @ Thomas Memorial Library

    Chess enthusiasts of all ages welcome! This long-standing community-based chess club meets every Saturday, and has found a new home at the Thomas Memorial Library! Managed by chess fan and parent of chess players, Eric Dinnerstein, prior secretary of the Maine Chess Association, each meeting usually attracts 10-20 players. A chess tactic/strategy is usually reviewed […] View event

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  • 9:00am Community

    Gardiner Lions Community/Flea Market @ Gardiner Lions Club

    The Gardiner Lions Community/Flea Market will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Gardiner Lions Club, 25 Lions Ave., Gardiner. For more information, call 485-7100. View event

  • Pumpkin Train @ Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum

    Autumn fun begins with a ride aboard the Pumpkin Train. Children can explore the museum and paint a pumpkin to bring home as a souvenir of the day. All visitors are treated to complimentary hot cider and cookies. Regular admission fees apply. Visit our website for more information. View event

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  • Pumpkin Train @ Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum

    Autumn fun begins with a ride aboard the Pumpkin Train. Children can explore the museum and paint a pumpkin to bring home as a souvenir of the day. All visitors are treated to complimentary hot cider and cookies. Regular admission fees apply. Visit our website for more information. View event

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  • Write Now: Block Out a Half-day for Your Writing

    Have you been trying to get something written but haven’t made the time? Then it’s time to Write Now! Whether you’ve been pondering a business plan, the outline for a novel, a play, or a poem – join us for a half-day dedicated to your writing. We’ll gather briefly in the conference room to meet […] View event

  • 10:00am Community

    Madison Historical & Genealogical Society @ Old Point Avenue School

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  • 39th Annual Fall Arts and Craft Fair @ Augusta State Armory

    The Augusta Armory will host its 39th Annual Fall Holiday craft show with artists & crafters from Maine and New England Saturday & Sunday October 20 & 21, at the Augusta armory, 179 Western Ave., by the airport, I-95 exit 109 10-4 PM both days. It’s the perfect time to start buying all your holiday […] View event

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  • History walk & talk: historic mills @ Historical Society of Wells and Ogunquit

    The popular fall program, History Walk and Talk” returns with a walking tour of the historic mills of the Merriland River in Wells with historian and author Joe Hardy. The program will start 10 a.m., at the Historical Society of Wells and Ogunquit, and from there, participants will be guided to carpool to six historic […] View event

  • Pumpkin patch by the sea @ Alewive's Brook Farm

    Have a Family friendly day at the farm, with lots of Pumpkin themed games, Pumpkin Putt, Pumpkin Toss, Pumpkin Tic Tac Toe, Face Painting, Bouncer Races, Giant Corn Sling Shots, and A Pirates Treasure Hunt! After all the games, wander over to our Pumpkin Patch and pick out your perfect pumpkin View event

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  • 10:00am Support Groups

    Overeaters Anonymous Step Meeting @ Maine General Medial Center, Alfond

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  • 10:00am Community

    Volunteer and Senior Resource Fair @ Peter-Shortier American Legion Post 16

    Volunteer and Senior Resource Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at Peter-Shortier American Legion Post 16, 217 Waterville Road, Skowhegan. Come find volunteer opportunities and senior resources. Benefits of volunteering include developing new skills, making a difference in your community, building your resume, improving mental health, increasing self-esteem, […] View event

  • Swedish spoon carving with Ian Trundy @ Folk Art Studio @ Fiber & Vine

    Teacher: Ian Trudy Welcome to the wonderful world of slöjd! Learn the fundamentals of carving creative and unique spoons that are sure to be cherished by all who use them. Class will cover material selection and wood related considerations, safety, tools and sharpening, techniques and tricks, and finishing. In short, you should leave with everything […] View event

  • 10:30am Community

    Friends of Evergreen Tour: SS Portland Disaster @ Evergreen Cemetery

    On November 27, 1898, an immense storm swept up the Atlantic coast. That evening, the luxurious SS Portland sailed out of Boston Harbor on its nightly passenger run to Portland. Sunday morning Portland families waited in vain for the ship to arrive as the ship had sunk off Cape Cod. There were no survivors. The […] View event

  • “The Great Influenza of 1918 Comes to Bath” lecture by Marla Davis @ Patten Free Library

    Bath Historical Society will present a lecture by Marla Davis, “The Great Influenza of 1918 Comes to Bath,” in the Community Room at Patten Free Library in Bath, Saturday, October 20, 2018, at 10:30 am. Public event, no charge. View event

  • Portland Bach Experience: Oktoberfest @ Multiple locations, Portland, ME

    Experience Portland with Portland Bach Experience! Join PBE Saturday, October 20, for free and family-friendly events all around the city, presented in partnership with 240 Strings & Portland Trails. SCHEDULE: A Suite Ride Through Portland – 11am – Deering Oaks Park Lecture/Demo: How To Build A Harpsichord – 1pm – Rising Tide Brewing Company Bach […] View event

  • 11:00am For Kids, Music

    Gustafer Yellowgold @ SPACE Gallery

    The best multimedia kids rock show this side of the sun combines live music, colored-pencil animations, and storytelling. View event

  • 11:00am For Kids

    HighTouch HighTech Science Gold Rush @ Auburn Public Library

    KIDS! HighTouch HighTech Science Gold Rush! Saturday October 20th 11AM-Noon at Auburn Public Library in the Maggie Trafton Room Kids will search for rocks and minerals in the crust layer of the earth’s surface. They will learn about the prospectors, and how they would “pan for gems.” Then they will have their opportunity to pan […] View event

  • 2018 Ruck for our Fallen @ Ogunquit Beach

    The Maine Fallen Heroes Foundation will be holding it’s inaugural Ruck for our Fallen on Saturday, October 20th from Noon until high tide. We’ve established several different means of support for the families that have lost a loved one. We provide emergency financial aid & college scholarships for the families of our fallen. All family […] View event

  • Ruck for our Fallen @ Ogunquit Beach

    We’re wicked excited to announce that registration for the 2018 Ruck for our Fallen is Now Open! We have (3) fitness levels so there is something for everyone to enjoy! Slick (Light), Tactical (not so easy), Heavy (where the fun starts!) Get your team together & challenge the others! We’re expecting people from near & […] View event

  • Kennebunk Historic District Walking Tour @ Brick Store Museum

    Learn the history of the elaborate and historical homes that line Kennebunk’s Summer Street neighborhood. Led by a Museum tour guide. Outdoor walking tours of Kennebunk’s National Register Historic District depart from the Museum. The Historic District features beautiful examples of Colonial, Federal, Greek Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne, and Colonial Revival homes. Tours last 45-60 […] View event

  • 12:30pm Outdoors

    Phenology: In the footsteps of Thoreau @ Wells Reserve at Laudholm

    Do you revel at the first reds and yellows of fall? Do you enjoy the arrival of the Eastern Bluebirds and Monarch Butterflies in the spring? Do you smile when you realize blueberry picking season has arrived? Do you wonder how a bear knows when to den up or a Red Maple to send its […] View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Cribbage @ VFW Post 1285

    Cribbage will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1285, 51 Water St., Waterville. Registration begins at noon. Lunch available. Smoke free. Members and guests. For more information, contact Veronica Gurney, senior vice president, VFW Auxiliary, at 692-3417 or vrgurney@gmail.com. View event

  • Satur-Play! @ Waterville Public Library @ Waterville Public Library

    Satur-Play! @ Waterville Public Library Location: Waterville Public Library, Children’s Department Saturdays from 1-2pm, A new Saturday afternoon children’s program! We’ll be playing games, making things, telling stories, and meeting new people (and maybe furry visitors, too)! Come on down to the Library and join us for the fun! October 6: Apples to Apples Disney […] View event

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  • Night Animals!

    When the sun goes down, nocturnal animals come out to play! Come learn about the special adaptations these creatures of the night use to find food while the rest of the world is asleep! View event

  • Salute to Veterans @ Masonic Temple

    Come join us for an afternoon of “celebrating” veterans in our country and community. We have planned an afternoon full of information and fun. The Midcoast Community Band will be playing music specially selected for the day. Help us honor six WWII and Korean War veterans who will be receiving Quilts of Valor, a national […] View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    East Madison Historical Association fall open house @ East Madison History House

    The East Madison Historical Association will hold its first fall open house from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at 1108 East Madison Road. The building and barn will be open for visitors and there will be a demonstration of a traditional cider press during the event. Cider, apple cider donuts and fall-themed refreshments […] View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Night Animals! @ L.C. Bates Museum

    Night Animals! will be held from 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, in L.C. Bates Museum at Good-Will Hinckley, 14 Easler Road, Hinckley. When the sun goes down, nocturnal animals come out to play! Come learn about the special adaptations these creatures of the night use to find food while the rest of the […] View event

  • 2:00pm Community

    Richmond Area Food Pantry @ Richmond Area Food Pantry

    Richmond Area Food Pantry is open from 4 to 6 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month and from 2 to 4 p.m. the third Saturday of every month at 15 Spruce St., Richmond. The pantry serves the towns of Richmond, Dresden and Bowdoinham. View event

  • Lighthouse Legends, Lore & Haunts Cruise @ Maine Maritime Museum

    Every Saturday through the end of October! Explore the legends and lore of Midcoast Maine’s lighthouses, including a shore landing at historic Burnt Island Light. You will enjoy a 3 – 4 hour cruise aboard Maine Maritime Museum’s Merrymeeting as you explore the Kennebec, Sassanoa and Sheepscot Rivers. Your adventure will be guided by Red […] View event

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  • Wine & Food Walk in Portland, Maine @ Piccolo

    Join Sommelier Erica Archer, CWP, WSET Advanced, for a guided viticultural tasting and walking tour of Portland’s vibrant restaurant scene as you explore some incredible examples of high-quality wines from renown regions of the World paired with delicious foods from each location. You’re in for an incredible wine education experience. You’ll walk away with knowing […] View event

  • Bangor Uncorked @ Cross Insurance Center

    THE WINE LOVERS EVENT OF THE YEAR IS BACK! Sample over 50 amazing local, national and international wines while you chat with friends, relax with great music and browse makeup, fashion, home décor and more! Featuring wines from Italy, France, Australia, Spain, Portugal, Germany, South America and the United States ~ it’s like traveling the […] View event

  • Bangor Uncorked 2018 @ Cross Insurance Center

    THE WINE LOVERS EVENT OF THE YEAR IS BACK! Sample over 50 amazing local, national and international wines while you chat with friends, relax with great music and browse makeup, fashion, home décor and more! Featuring wines from Italy, France, Australia, Spain, Portugal, Germany, South America and the United States ~ it’s like traveling the […] View event

  • 4:00pm Community

    Public Bean Supper @ Saco Grange 53

    Saturday , October 20th , PUBLIC BEAN SUPPER Saco Grange #53, 168 North Street Saco, from 4-6 p.m. Adults $8,Children 12 under $4, Children 5 under are free. On the menu are homemade kidney and pea beans, brown bread, red & brown hot dogs, American chop suey, coleslaw, biscuits, pies and hot and cold beverages. […] View event

  • 4:00pm Potluck

    Public baked bean and chop suey supper @ Brown Memorial United Methodist Church

    A public baked bean and chop suey supper will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on the third Saturday of the months of October, November, January, February and March at Brown Memorial United Methodist Church, 36 Church St., Clinton. The cost is $7 for adults, and $4 for children younger than 12. For more […] View event

  • 4:30pm Potluck

    Supper @ Vassalboro United Methodist Church

    The Vassalboro United Methodist Church will hold a public supper from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the church at 614 Main St. View event

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  • Public Baked Bean Supper @ East Baldwin Congregational Church Parish Hall

    East Baldwin Congregational Church hosts a public baked bean supper every third Saturday from May through October at 4:30-6:00 PM serving baked beans, hot dogs, salads, rolls, brown bread, and pies. Adults $8, Children $3.50. Located at the East Baldwin Church Parish Hall on 17 School Street in East Baldwin, Maine Come and enjoy! View event

  • 4:30pm Potluck

    Baked bean supper @ Mt. Philip Grange 545

    Mt. Philip Grange will hold a baked bean supper from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Grange on Rome Corner, Rome. The menu will include three types of baked beans, American chop suey, hot dogs, cole slaw, bread, cornbread and home made pies. All you can eat for $7, free for those […] View event

  • Fright at the Museum

    Bring a flashlight and explore the festively decorated Museum at night! Explore the spookiest parts of our collection, like bat skulls, owls and creepy crawly insects. There will be fun Halloween crafts, as well as mad science projects like dissecting a real owl pellet! View event

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  • 5:00pm Music

    Classical Guitar Latin Jazz Flamenco @ Curtis Memorial Library

    Classical Guitar Latin Jazz Flamenco, featuring classical/contemporary guitarist Brian Cullen and Latin acoustic guitarist David Bullard, will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, in the Morrell Room at Curtis Memorial Library, 23 Pleasant St., Brunswick. A $15 suggested donation is requested. For more information, call 319-9451. View event

  • Who is we?: Dorothy Schwartz Forum @ Congregation Bet Ha'am

    Each year the Dorothy Schwartz Forum brings people together with expert guides to grapple with a basic question. This year we’re asking … who is we? Spend an evening, share a meal, and wrangle this question along with: 1. Mindy Crandall, Assistant Professor of Forest Landscape Management, University of Maine 2. Ewan Douglas, Postdoctoral Research […] View event

  • Bean Supper @ Bean Supper

    Bean Supper, October 20, 5-6 pm, Peoples United Methodist Church, 310 Broadway, South Portland. Oven Baked Beans, delicious casseroles and desserts. View event

  • Fright at the Museum @ L.C. Bates Museum

    Fright at the Museum will be held from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at L.C. Bates Museum, Good Will-Hinckley, 14 Easler Road, Hinckley. Bring a flashlight and explore the festively decorated museum at night. Explore the spookiest parts of our collection, like bat skulls, owls and creepy crawly insects. There will be fun […] View event

  • Pownal bean & spaghetti supper @ First Parish Congregational Church Pownal

    The First Parish Congregational Church in Pownal is hosting a Baked Bean and Spaghetti supper on Saturday, October 20, 2018, to benefit the Pownal Fire Department. Seatings will be at 5:00 and 6:00, prices $10 for adults, $5 for children under 12, and kids under 3 eat for free. No RSVP needed. View event

  • 5:00pm Potluck

    Turkey supper @ Wales Presbyterian Church Youth Center

    Complete turkey dinner includes vegetables, potato,stuffing, beverages and pies. Sponsored by the Wales Presbyterian Women. View event

  • OMcoming and Planetary Chaplain Award 2018 @ Portland New Church

    The Chaplaincy Institute of Maine (ChIME) invites all to its 2018 Planetary Chaplain Award to honor Environmental Champion, Anne D. Burt, known as Andy to most of the Maine community. ChIME Board President Susan Mann Clark said, “This year’s award couldn’t be more timely. Andy’s work to make visible our vision for a resilient world […] View event

  • 6:00pm Benefits

    Raise the Roof concert, dance fundraiser @ Lakewood Golf Course

    Raise the Roof concert/dance fundraiser is planned for 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at Lakewood Golf Clubhouse on US Route 201 in Madison. The Al Corey Big Band will play from 7 to 10 p.m., refreshments will be served, and the cash bar will be open. All in service of a great cause: to raise […] View event

  • 7:00pm Dancing

    Dance @ Waterville VFW

    A dance, featuring band Sounds Unlimited with John Plummer, will be held from 7 to 11 p.m. every Saturday at the Waterville Veterans of Foreign Wars, 51 Water St. Couples and singles welcomed. The cost is $5 per person. For more information, call 453-2089. View event

  • 7:00pm Music

    Roxeen & Dalrymple @ Robinhood Free Meetinghouse

    This fall we have a treat for you as Nova Scotia’s Roxeen & Dalrymple (Roxeen Roberts and Gary Dalrymple) journey to Georgetown. Teamed together originally twenty-five years ago, they re-united after a life of separate musical paths as a classic guitar and mandolin duet, a tour de force of vocals, rhythm and traditional melodies. They […] View event

  • Portland Bach Experience – Oktoberfest Concert featuring Ava Pine @ The Episcopal Church of Saint Mary

    Experience The Concert with Portland Bach Experience! Join PBE Saturday, October 20, at 7pm (doors open 6:30pm) at The Episcopal Church of Saint Mary for a concert featuring GRAMMY-nominee Ava Pine (soprano), John McKean (harpsichord), the PBE Choir & Chamber Orchestra, and Emily Isaacson (conductor). Portland Bach Experience presents Oktoberfest, October 18-21. Visit our website […] View event

  • 7:00pm Music

    Roxeen & Dalrymple @ Robinhood Free Meetinghouse

    This fall we have a treat for you as Nova Scotia’s Roxeen Roberts and Gary Dalrymple journey to Maine. Teamed together originally twenty-five years ago, they reunited after a life of separate musical paths as a classic guitar and mandolin duet, a tour de force of vocals, rhythm and traditional melodies. They are highly respected […] View event

  • 7:00pm Dancing

    American Legion Post 2 dance @ American Legion Fitzgerald-Cummings Post 2, Augusta

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  • 7:00pm Benefits

    Benefit Sock Hop @ American Legion Smith Wiley Post 4, Gardiner

    A Sock Hop will be held from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the American Legion Smith-Wiley Post 4 at 46 Griffin St., in Gardiner. Funds will be used for the Gardiner Area Wreaths Across America program. The cost is $10 per person or $15 per couple. Proceeds will provide wreaths for area […] View event

  • Maine Event Comedy at Johnson Hall
    7:30pm Comedy

    Maine Event Comedy at Johnson Hall @ Johnson Hall Performing Arts Center

    Maine Event Comedy presents the hilarious E.J. Edmonds at Johnson Hall Performing Arts Center, Saturday, Oct. 20 at 7:30 p.m. The night will also feature veteran comics Ryan Gartley and Scott MacNeil. Edmonds’ confident demeanor, blunt sarcasm, and ability to make fun of himself quickly made him a favorite among comedy lovers in the Northern […] View event

  • Dimensions in Jazz Concerts @ Chapel at Woodfords Church

    The Portland Conservatory of Music is proud to present the Fall 2018 concert schedule of our Dimensions in Jazz program. Led by longtime Portland jazz impresario Paul Lichter, Dimensions in Jazz remains an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to the continued vitality of jazz in Maine. Unless otherwise noted, all performances take place at the Meloon […] View event

  • Dimensions in Jazz @ Chapel at Woodfords Church

    Portland Conservatory of Music is proud to present our Dimensions In Jazz fall concert schedule! Unless otherwise noted, all performances take place at the Meloon Chapel, Woodfords Congregational Church. 202 Woodfords St, Portland. Doors at 7:30, show at 8:00. Tickets are $5 for students; $10 for seniors, $15 in advance, and $20 at the door. […] View event

  • 7:30pm Music

    The Association @ Gracie Theatre at Husson University

    Celebrate Husson Homecoming with one of the most successful and legendary bands to come out of the 60’s, The Association has sold millions of records and earned 6 gold and 3 platinum records for hits including Cherish, Windy, and Never My Love. View event

  • 8:00pm Music

    The Hit Men @ Vinegar Hill Music Theatre

    THE HIT MEN … Legendary Performers with Frankie Valli, Carole King, Cat Stevens, Tommy James & More! You loved Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Carly Simon, Cat Stevens, Elton John, Tommy James and the Shondells, Rod Stewart, Carole King, Jim Croce, Three Dog Night… Take a star-studded journey back through rock and roll history […] View event

  • 8:00pm Music

    Elizabeth Cook w/ Caleb Caudle @ One Longfellow Square

    Elizabeth Cook is a Nashville-based Singer Songwriter from Wildwood, Florida. As a critically acclaimed live act and recording artist, the New York Times lauds her “a sharp and surprising country singer”. A veteran SiriusXM Outlaw Country Radio DJ, hosting her own show, Apron Strings, nationwide for the last 10 years, she is also a favorite […] View event

  • Fleetmac Wood Presents Gold Dust Disco @ Port City Music Hall

    Fleetmac Wood re-frame the music of Fleetwood Mac, through their DJ set and audio video experience. Buy tickets in person at the Port City Music Hall box office (504 Congress Street) Wednesday-Friday 10AM-5PM, charge by phone at 800-745-3000, or on our website. PCMH box office will open one hour before doors night of show. This […] View event

  • Sunday October 21 2018

    A Football Sunday @ Dockfore

    Join us for a $2.95 mimosa or $3.95 build your own Bloody Mary bar until 5:00. Up to 7 NFL games @ once with free hot dogs and peanuts. $7.95 pitchers of Bud, Bud light or Rolling Rock. Pints are just $1.95 and up from 3:00 – 7:00. View event

  • Scarborough Farmers Market @ Scarborough Farmers Market

    Join us at the Scarborough Farmers Market: Located in the Town Hall Parking Lot, on Sundays from 9 am to 1 pm, just off Route One View event

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  • Fall family fun @ YMCA of Southern Maine - Pineland Branch

    You’re invited to try the Y for FREE this October with a Family Fun Pass good for 7 visits. Enjoy our youth programs, pools, family recreation, bowling alley (Pineland branch), Squash courts (Portland branch), exercise classes, and more! Plus, if you join the Y by October 31st, you’ll be entered to win a Welcome Basket! […] View event

  • Fall family fun – YMCA Greater Portland Branch @ YMCA of Southern Maine

    You’re invited to try the Y for FREE this October with a Family Fun Pass good for 7 visits. Enjoy our youth programs, pools, family recreation, bowling alley (Pineland branch), Squash courts (Portland branch), exercise classes, and more! Plus, if you join the Y by October 31st, you’ll be entered to win a Welcome Basket! […] View event

  • Fall Family Fun – YMCA Northern York County Branch @ YMCA of Southern Maine

    You’re invited to try the Y for FREE this October with a Family Fun Pass good for 7 visits. Enjoy our youth programs, pools, family recreation, bowling alley (Pineland branch), Squash courts (Portland branch), exercise classes, and more! Plus, if you join the Y by October 31st, you’ll be entered to win a Welcome Basket! […] View event

  • Fall family fun – YMCA Casco Bay Branch @ YMCA of Southern Maine

    You’re invited to try the Y for FREE this October with a Family Fun Pass good for 7 visits. Enjoy our youth programs, pools, family recreation, bowling alley (Pineland branch), Squash courts (Portland branch), exercise classes, and more! Plus, if you join the Y by October 31st, you’ll be entered to win a Welcome Basket! […] View event

  • South Portland Farmers Market @ South Portland Farmers Market

    Join us at the South Portland Farmers Market: Located in the City Hall Parking Lot, on Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm View event

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  • Papa Mendy pop up exhibition @ SPEEDWELL//projects

    We are pleased to announce that SPEEDWELL//projects will be a part of Making Migration Visible: Tracks, Traces, & Pathways: a statewide project organized by the Institute of Contemporary Art at MECA and Colby College. We will be hosting a pop up shop featuring furniture by Senegalese artist Papa Mendy.  Each piece is handcrafted and made one-of-a-kind from repurposed […] View event

  • Flea Bites @ Congress Square Park, Portland

    You asked, so we’re serving… Join us every third Sunday of the summer for the new FLEA BITES season. We’re moving the event to the heart of downtown Portland in Congress Square Park, two doors down from the Flea-for-All. A new lineup of food trucks, carts & special menus will be complemented by Portland’s favorite […] View event

  • Portland Bach Experience – Oktoberfest Salon: Baroque Brunch @ Private home, location revealed after ticket purchase

    Experience The Salon with Portland Bach Experience! Join PBE Sunday morning, October 21, at 11am (doors open 10:30am) at a private home in Portland’s West End for an intimate salon concert featuring Sarah Darling, whose “absolute concentration and astonishing precision” (Badischer Zeitung) and “sympathy and spirit” (Hub Review) was on display in June for Vivaldi’s […] View event

  • “Child Sized Vehicles: From the Sublime to the Ridiculous” @ Skyline Farm Carriage Museum

    Skyline Farm Carriage Museum’s current exhibit “Child Sized Vehicles: From the Sublime to the Ridiculous” showcases rare, child-sized horse-drawn examples of adult-sized vehicles. Some carriages and sleighs will be shown next to their adult sized counterparts. Approximately 35 vehicles help bring these memories to life, including a pony sized Covered Wagon once used by local […] View event

  • 1:00pm For Kids

    Storytime for young children | A Waynflete event at Print: A Bookstore @ Print: A Bookstore

    Let your child rediscover the enchantment of a good story. Young children and their parents are invited to spend an afternoon with Waynflete teachers at one of Portland’s favorite bookstores. Children ages 3-6 will have a chance to be captivated by stories, take part in a scavenger hunt, and create a bookmark for their favorite […] View event

  • 1:00pm For Kids

    Storytime for Young Children @ Print: A Bookstore

    Let your child rediscover the enchantment of a good story | A Waynflete Event at Print: A Bookstor Young children and their parents are invited to spend an afternoon with Waynflete teachers at one of Portland’s favorite bookstores. Children ages 3-6 will have a chance to be captivated by stories, take part in a scavenger […] View event

  • Let’s Do Chemistry Day!

    Have you ever wondered how batteries work? How materials behave in a vacuum? How colorful dyes are made? How dry ice can change directly from a solid to a gas? All these questions, and more, are explored in a new series of hands-on Chemistry activities, generously provided by NISE. Join us and our Chemist friends […] View event

  • Let’s Do Chemistry Day @ L.C. Bates Museum

    Let’s Do Chemistry Day! will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, in the L.C. Bates Museum at Good-Will Hinckley, 14 Easler Road, Hinckley. Have you ever wondered how batteries work? How materials behave in a vacuum? How colorful dyes are made? How dry ice can change directly from a solid to […] View event

  • Birding on the Bay @ Maine Maritime Museum

    Enjoy an afternoon cruise on the Kennebec River into one of Maine’s premier birding locations, Merrymeeting Bay, an inland, freshwater river delta encompassing 9,600 acres of wetland habitat. Join Doug Suitor from the Merrymeeting chapter of Maine Audubon as he helps spot and shares information about species sighted. Likely signtings may include eagles, buffleheads, greater […] View event

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  • 2:00pm Benefits

    Texas Hold-Em Poker @ American Legion Alfred W. Maxwell Jr. Post 40, Winthrop

    every Sunday Anyone can sign up Dinner served at 3 p.m. for $7 on Sunday tournaments View event

  • 2:00pm Community

    Friends of Evergreen Tour: Notable Women @ Evergreen Cemetery

    Portland was home to many exceptional women whose contributions helped shape our community and our country. The tour includes remarkable women such as author and art patron, Margaret Jane Mussey Sweat, and Augusta Hunt who worked for social justice and women’s rights. Also included are abolitionists, business leaders, lawyers, doctors, nurses, artists and authors who […] View event

  • Fiddle-icious Concert @ South Portland High School Auditorium

    Join Fiddle-icious, a non-profit, all volunteer community orchestra with members from Kittery to Augusta, as they take to the stage to share their uplifting music. Fiddle-icious is a large and vibrant group of Maine musicians playing fiddle, piano, harp, guitar, banjo, accordion, cello, tin whistle, concertina and upright bass. Their tunes are passed on from […] View event

  • “The Devil We Know” Film Screening @ Riley School

    Forget Halloween. Here’s something really scary. On October 21, the Maine-based public health organization the Environmental Health Strategy Center joins The Riley School in Rockport for a screening of the shocking new film, “The Devil We Know,” in advance of the documentary’s wide release on Netflix in 2019. Hailed by Variety as “a riveting tale […] View event

  • The Midcoast Symphony Orchestra “Symphonie Fantastique”

    The Midcoast Symphony Orchestra Concert Series I “Symphonie Fantastique” The Midcoast Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of conductor Rohan Smith, kicks off its 29th season with “Symphonie Fantastique,” a program of works by Berlioz, Milhaud, and Delibes. The concert opens with Prelude and Mazurka, by Leo Delibes, which comes from his score for the ballet, […] View event

  • 3:00pm Sports

    Maine Mariners vs. Newfoundland Growlers @ Cross Insurance Arena - Portland

    Join the Mariners as they host Puck and Paws night! Your Mariners will take on the Newfoundland Growlers at 3pm. For ticket information visit marinersofmaine.com or call 833-GO-MAINE. View event

  • Portland Rossini Club Public Concert Series @ Cathedral Church of St. Luke

    The Public Concert Series of The Portland Rossini Club Sunday, October 21, 2018 at 3:00 pm Our featured guest artist will be violinist Morgan Peppe,* accompanied by pianist Eric Peppe. They will play Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20 No.1 (Gypsy Airs) by Pablo de Sarasate and the Rondo and Allegro from Edouard Lalo’s Symphonie Espagnole, Op. 21 […] View event

  • 3:00pm Film, For Kids

    The Little Star That Could @ Southworth Planetarium

    A little yellow star travels through the galaxy in search of planets that will give it its special name. During his journey, this star learns about the many types of stars that live in the galaxy: hot blue stars; cool red stars; double stars, large stars and much more. Produced by the Audio Visual Imagineering […] View event

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  • Choral Evensong @ Church of St. Mary the Virgin

    St Mary’s choir will present an Evensong service featuring Herbert Howells’ Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (Collegium Regale) with organ. The newly founded St Mary’s RSCM Children’s Choir will also present a phos hilaron “O Gracious Light.” The other newly formed St Mary’s Handell Choir will accompany the Children’s Choir and present the Service of Light […] View event

  • 4:00pm Community

    Lexington/Highland Historical Society annual meeting @ Lexington/Highland History House

    The Lexington/Highland Historical Society will hold its annual meeting at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct.21 at the History House at the intersection of Long Falls Dam Road and Back Road in Lexington. Following the meeting a potluck supper will be served. View event

  • Al-Anon meeting @ The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Gardiner

    for family/friends of alcoholics every Sunday View event

  • 5:00pm Benefits

    Gourmet Harvest Supper & Auction @ South Parish Congregational Church

    A Gourmet Harvest Supper & Auction is planned for 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, at the South Parish Congregational Church, 9 Church St., in Augusta. The Pineland Fiddlers, led by Ellen Gawler, are on their way to the Shetland Islands for the Shetland Fiddle Frenzy. They will offer a delicious, seasonal dinner and fabulous auction […] View event

  • Farmhouse table supper: Harvest @ East Forty Farm and Dairy

    Traditional farmhouse fare celebrating the bounty of the season will be served in our 1774 Farmhouse.   East Forty Farm is a working farm where we raise forest grazed pigs and ducks, and is home to Lakin’s Gorges Cheese and Foley’s Custom Sawmill.  As you dine you will hear the cow’s bells as they graze in […] View event

  • 7:00pm Community, Music

    Big Daddy Weave: Jesus I Believe Tour @ The point community center

    Big Daddy Weave is heading back out the road beginning this September for the Jesus I Believe Tour with special guest, Brandon Heath. Presented by World Vision, the tour kicks off in Waukesha, WI and is slated to play 29 dates before wrapping on October 28th. It comes on the release of Big Daddy Weave’s […] View event

  • 7:00pm Music

    Bess Jacques &The Strays @ MJ's Wine Bar

    Bess Jacques & The Strays draw on a mix of vintage Americana, including beloved jazz standards from the American Songbook along with more modern, R&B-inspired tunes and Americana. The trio’s musical offerings range from hard swinging to honky-tonk, Louis Armstrong to Fats Domino and Tom Waits, and include beautiful originals, for a mix of sounds […] View event

  • 7:00pm Music

    Peter Gallway and The Real Band @ St. Lawrence Arts

    Peter Gallway plays his only second head line show in Maine in almost 25 years. Throughout the 1970s and 80s, Peter Gallway was one of the most popular and respected musical figures on the Maine music scene. Peter and The Real Band recorded and released several critically acclaimed albums and crisscrossed the region as one […] View event

  • 8:00pm Music

    Dirty Heads @ The State Theatre

    Alternative hip hop and ska band Dirty Heads will perform, with support from Just Loud. Buy tickets in person at the Port City Music Hall box office (504 Congress Street) Wednesday-Friday 10AM-5PM, charge by phone at 800-745-3000, or on our website. State Theatre box office will open one hour before doors night of show. This […] View event

  • Monday October 22 2018

    Monday Night Football @ Dockfore

    Join us for Monday Night Football with 20oz Stella from 3:00 until close. Free peanuts during the game View event

  • Celebration of Women Artists Lecture Series @ Curtis Memorial Library Morrell Meeting Room

    The Curtis Memorial Library Celebration of Women Artists Lecture Series will present Mary Jane Riley, a local Art Historian who will discuss “Women’s Role in Art His-Story: A Brief Overview”. Ms. Riley earned her B.A from University of Rochester in History/English Literature, her B.F.A. from University of New Mexico in Painting and Art History and […] View event

  • C. David Tobie Presents Color Management @ Portland Camera Club

    David Tobie from Datacolor speaks about the basics of color, from scene, to camera, to display and print. A must for digital photographers! This presentation will cover the basics of color, from scene, to camera, to display and print. The goal is to simplify users’ workflow, and assure that what is seen – on site, […] View event

  • For Freedoms @ SPACE Gallery

    For Freedoms is a platform for civic engagement, discourse and direct action for artists in the United States. Building off of the existing artistic infrastructure in the United States, For Freedoms developed a network of artists and institutional partners who produce nationwide public art installations, exhibitions, and local community dialogues in order to inject nuanced, […] View event

  • Tax Assessors’ Agent Office Hours @ Windsor Town Hall

    Tax Assessors’ Agent Office Hours 9-4 View event

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  • Line dancing @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • 10:30am For Kids

    Mother Goose Storytime @ Wells Public Library

    Join us for Mother Goose Mondays! Children ages 0-24 months and their caregivers are invited to engage in lap activities, rhymes, songs, and fingerplays. These free events are sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library. View event

  • 10:30am For Kids

    Mother Goose Storytime @ Wells Public Library

    For children 0-24 months with a caregiver, this program offers special lap rhymes, finger plays and books to introduce your child to language and socialization. These free programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library. View event

  • 11:00am Community

    Cohen Center luncheon @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Creamy dill chicken. View event

  • 11:00am Community

    Cribbage @ Litchfield Senior Center

    in Litchfield View event

  • Meditation Group @ Wells Public Library

    If meditation is something you are curious or passionate about, this program is for you! Learn how to consistently incorporate mediation into your life in order to increase health, well-being and inner peace. Wellness Coach Cindy Simon will lead us in a weekly meditation session. All skill levels are welcome. View event

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  • 12:00pm Community

    Bring your own lunch @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • 1:00pm Community

    Cushnoc Seniors meeting @ St. Augustine Church

    Those 55 or older welcome, doors open at 10:30 a.m. for socialization and lunch, a short business meeting begins at 1 p.m. View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Cribbage @ Spectrum Generations Muskie Community Center

    Open to public Every Monday View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Partner cribbage games @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Cribbage is a fun card game of numbers. While the mathematics of the game is simple, cribbage is a game of strategy and tactics. Monday’s View event

  • 1:00pm Film, For Kids

    Dinosaurs at Dusk! @ Southworth Planetarium

    A whirlwind time travel adventure back to the epoch of the dinosaurs! We have to tell you that we’ve been waiting for aeons to announce that we have a full dome, computer-animated dinosaurs show! A larger than life extravaganza rife with roaring monsters from the ancient age: bounding, stomping, flying, hunting, and foraging frenetically above […] View event

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  • The Ins & Outs of Medicare @ Lunt Auditorium at OceanView

    OceanView at Falmouth invites you to attend this important seminar covering all of the Medicare basics you need to know, including additional options that may be useful with enrollment decisions. Led by the highly-skilled Medicare Team at Southern Maine Agency on Aging (SMAA), this valuable information will be presented in plain and understandable language. Don’t […] View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Bingo/Unlucky 7’s @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • Knitting and needlework group @ Winslow Public Library

    Bring your projects for an enjoyable get-together every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month from 3 to 5 p.m. View event

  • 4:00pm Community, Meet-Up

    Teen Game Night: D&D Edition @ Waterville Public Library

    Come to the Waterville Public Library on Monday, October 22nd at 4pm and join us in exploring unknown worlds during Teen Game Night! The adventure starts at 4pm! We will be playing Dungeons & Dragons (5th edition). Pre-made characters will be available, or bring your own! The Teen Room’s collection of board games will also […] View event

  • 5:00pm Community

    Waterville Lions Club @ Eskelund Community Center at the Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers

    meets the second and fourth Mondays View event

  • Building Confidence: A Three-Part Workshop @ Lithgow Public Library

    Whether you are looking for a job, starting a business, or simply want to be more confident, attend this class to assess your confidence and learn concrete tools to help you build your confidence and keep it strong. This three-week class, hosted by New Ventures Maine, is for anyone ready to build their confidence and […] View event

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  • Beginner Swing Dancing with Lindy Maine

    Beginner Swing Dancing Classes @ Pepperell Center

    Beginner swing dancing is fun, active, and social! You don’t need a partner and you don’t need any experience. Total beginners are VERY welcome! Classes start soon, so register now. Try something new! A-Level classes in 6-Count (East Coast Swing), Charleston, and 8-Count Lindy Hop are for beginners and can be taken in any order. […] View event

  • Discover Girl Scouts, Auburn @ Park Avenue Elementary School

    Join us to learn why Girl Scouts offers the best leadership experience for girls—one that is designed with, by, and for girls. The inclusive, all-girl environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. You […] View event

  • Discover Girl Scouts, Waldoboro @ Miller Elementary School

    Join us to learn why Girl Scouts offers the best leadership experience for girls—one that is designed with, by, and for girls. The inclusive, all-girl environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. You […] View event

  • Discover Girl Scouts, Portland @ Longfellow Elementary School

    Join us to learn why Girl Scouts offers the best leadership experience for girls—one that is designed with, by, and for girls. The inclusive, all-girl environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. You […] View event

  • 7:00pm Community

    Goodrich-Caldwell American Legion Post 6 @ American Legion Goodrich-Caldwell Post 6, Hallowell

    Second Monday November through March; Second and fourth Monday April through October For more information, call Larry Auger. View event

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  • Pool tournament @ American Legion Alfred W. Maxwell Jr. Post 40, Winthrop

    Every Monday View event

  • “Astronomy a la Carte” Night Session @ Southworth Planetarium, University of Southern Maine

    What is “Astronomy a la Carte?” Simple.This course consists of 12 “stand-alone” astronomy classes designed for anyone! You may enroll in any of all of these different classes. As they are not continuous, a student can pick and choose the classes that interest them the most. We have stand-alone classes about the moon, the Sun, […] View event

  • 7:00pm Community, Music

    WMPG’s 16th annual Bluegrass Spectacular @ One Longfellow Square

    WMPG is the local source for bluegrass in the broadcast media! Join us for a live celebration of local stars of the Maine Bluegrass scene! featuring the Bates Bluegrass Ensemble, Saccarappa Boys, and the New England Bluegrass Band. One Longfellow Square is the host venue and WMPG’s partner in presenting this annual event. Proceeds of […] View event

  • 8:00pm Music

    The Wombats @ Port City Music Hall

    Indie rock band The Wombats will perform, with support from Barns Courtney. Buy tickets in person at the Port City Music Hall box office (504 Congress Street) Wednesday-Friday 10AM-5PM, charge by phone at 800-745-3000, or on our website. PCMH box office will open one hour before doors night of show. This event is 18 and […] View event

  • 8:00pm Music

    WMPG’s 16th Annual Bluegrass Spectacular @ One Longfellow Square

    WMPG is the local source for bluegrass in the broadcast media! Join us for a live celebration of local stars of the Maine Bluegrass scene! One Longfellow Square is the host venue and WMPG’s partner in presenting this annual event. Proceeds of the event benefit WMPG Community Radio, the volunteer-run broadcast voice of the people […] View event

  • Tuesday October 23 2018

    Rug hooking @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Rug hooking is both an art and a craft where rugs are made by pulling strips of yarn or fabric through a stiff woven fabric such as burlap or linen. Bring your own supplies and creativity and enjoy the company of other rug hooking artists. View event

  • 10:00am Community

    CenterPoint Community Church Food Pantry @ Centerpoint Community Church — Anson

    serving Anson, North Anson, New Portland, Solon and Starks View event

  • 10:00am Community

    Fairfield History House @ Fairfield History House Museum

    Fairfield History House, 42 High St., is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays and the second Saturday of each month March through November. House tours, archives, photos, genealogy resource available. View event

  • 10:00am For Kids

    Pre-school Story Time @ Winslow Public Library

    every Tuesday View event

  • 12:30pm Community

    Four Leaf Clover Senior Citizens Club @ Lions Den

    for those 55 and older. All seniors are welcome. Every Tuesday View event

  • Wood carving @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Learn the art of woodcarving class led by William Bedard. All ability levels are welcome, from the expert to the novice woodcarver. Bring our own tools, supplies and creativity. Classes are held on Tuesday’s from 12:45 PM – 2:45 PM. View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Sidney Historical Society @ Sidney Grange

    assistance available View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Bingo @ Seton Village

    Open to public Every Tuesday View event

  • Knitting and crocheting group @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Every Tuesday, join our group of crafters for an afternoon of knitting, crocheting and other needlework crafts. Work on your own project or participate in a group project. Bring your own supplies. View event

  • 1:00pm Film

    Two Small Pieces of Glass @ Southworth Planetarium

    A fantastic full-dome show about the history and science of telescopes. Who invented the telescope? How have astronomers employed these astounding instruments to unravel the Universe’s deepest secrets? “Two Small Pieces of Glass” follows two young people who attend a star party and learn how telescopes work while they observe many wondrous objects within the […] View event

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  • Know the 10 Signs: Early Detection Matters @ Jewish Community Alliance Center of Southern Maine

    Alzheimer’s and other dementias cause memory, thinking and behavior problems that interfere with daily living. Join us to learn how to recognize common signs of the disease; how to approach someone about memory concerns; the importance of early detection and benefits of a diagnosis; possible tests and assessments for the diagnostic process, and Alzheimer’s Association […] View event

  • Maine Medical Center research institute open house @ Maine Medical Center Research Institute

    Stop by and learn more about the research at Maine Medical Center Research Institute in Cancer Biology, Stem Cell Biology, Bone, Metabolic, Cardiovascular, Kidney, and Vector-Borne diseases. Meet the researchers, see science demonstrations, and explore education opportunities. Demonstrations and guided tours are from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm. This event is FREE and open to […] View event

  • TOPS Club 96 (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) @ Oakland Sidney United Methodist Church

    meets every Tuesday: 4:15 p.m. weigh-in, visitors welcome View event

  • Free Speech Week Open House @ First Amendment Museum

    All members of the public are invited to attend an open house at 4 p.m. on Oct. 23 at the First Amendment Museum, 184 State Street in Augusta. The open house will present a unique opportunity for conversations on current issues pertaining to political speech, the Internet, student speech and symbolic expression. The museum will […] View event

  • Textile/Shoe Industry Talk & Archives Tour @ Maine State Archives

    Rachel Desgrosseilliers, executive director of Museum L-A, will speak about the textile and shoe industries of Lewiston-Auburn at the Maine State Archives on Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. following a tour of the Archives at 4 p.m. The talk is open to the public. The tour is limited to 20 participants; please RSVP for the […] View event

  • 4:29pm Community

    Bingo @ Crystal Falls

    American Legion Post 205 holds Bingo every Tuesday. Doors open at 4:30 p.m.. Games start at 6:30 p.m. $1,400 payout, plus winner take all. Bingo held weather permitting. View event

  • Piranha party fundraiser: Tuesdaynite Jazz Combo (MoJO) plays at Flatbread Company to support students in the Amazon jungle. @ Flatbread Company

    Amazon Pueblo and Flatbread Company are proud to present Tuesdaynite Jazz Combo (a part of Mondaynite Jazz Orchestra from Camden) on Tuesday, October 23rd, from 5 pm to 8 pm. The event will be held at 339 Commercial Street (Rt. 1) in Rockport. Flatbread Company will donate a part of each pizza sale to students […] View event

  • Casco Bay Islands Alliance – Flatbread benefit night @ The Flatbread Company

    Portland, Maine- Casco Bay Islands Alliance (CBIA), a 501(c)3, will be holding a fundraiser at The Flatbread Company on the evening of Tuesday, October 23rd from 5-9pm. The purpose of the benefit is to raise funds to help support the organization’s annual grant program. In prior years CBIA has funded many grants for small non-profits […] View event

  • Celebrate Recovery @ Palermo Christian Church

    Christ-centered, 12-step program to help you overcome your hurts, habits or hangups. Every Tuesday View event

  • Cribbage tournament @ American Legion Alfred W. Maxwell Jr. Post 40, Winthrop

    Food available at bar Anyone can sign up Every Tuesday View event

  • Discover Girl Scouts @ Mildred L. Day School

    Join us to learn why Girl Scouts offers the best leadership experience for girls—one that is designed with, by, and for girls. The inclusive, all-girl environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. You […] View event

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    My Money Works @ Gardiner Area High School

    This class can help you gain the skills and confidence you need to stretch your money, pay your bills, reduce debt, find money for savings, plan for retirement, and set personal financial goals. At the end of the class you will have a plan to achieve greater financial stability. A follow-up session is scheduled to […] View event

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    Car Buying Basics

    This workshop covers how to: Choose a vehicle that is right for you Consider costs in addition to the purchase price – fees, insurance, registration, etc. Learn about loans and financing options View event

  • Beginning Swing Dance Classes w/ Portland Swing Project @ The Ballroom at Mechanics Hall

    Join Portland Swing Project for Beginning Swing Dance Classes! We provide clear step-by-step instruction, plenty of practice time to build confidence and you never need a partner – we rotate in class so you meet and dance with everyone. And it’s fun! We’re teaching Beginning 6-Count Swing for 8-weeks from 9/4-10/23 and Beginning Charleston for […] View event

  • Discover Girl Scouts, Cumberland @ Mabel I. Wilson School

    Join us to learn why Girl Scouts offers the best leadership experience for girls—one that is designed with, by, and for girls. The inclusive, all-girl environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. You […] View event

  • 6:00pm Community, Music

    Visiting Artist Series Presents The Adam Ezra Group @ York County Community College

    The Adam Ezra Group has a national following, both for its music and its activism. Ezra has been compared to Bruce Springsteen and Bono for his talent and stage presence, and the group’s 2011 debut album, Ragtop Angel, shot to the top of the Amazon charts, peaking just behind John Mayer and Sarah Bareilles. The […] View event

  • Al-Anon Family Group – Beginner Meeting @ St. Mary's Church

    Has your life been affected by someone else’s drinking? Al-Anon Family Groups provide mutual support and understanding for those who are struggling with a friend’s or family member’s alcoholism. Meetings are free and confidential. A beginner meeting is for those new to Al-Anon who want to learn how the program works. Questions are encouraged during […] View event

  • Gam-Anon @ Drew House

    The program is open to those 18 and older. every Tuesday View event

  • WWI: An American Martyr Film Screening & Discussion

    WWI: An American Martyr Film Screening & Discussion with Douglas Hartley Tuesday, October 23 at 6:30 pm at OceanView at Falmouth This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. More than 16 million people fell on the battlefields in the world’s first truly global conflict in human history, and most […] View event

  • The Ku Klux Klan in Maine @ Patten Free Library

    The State of Maine and the Ku Klux Klan… It’s an improbable antithesis, but indeed the KKK took root in Maine in the 1920s. Mark Alan Leslie will tell the tale of the rise and fall of this organization which, now and again, still makes headlines in Maine today. Leslie’s new novel The Crossing tells […] View event

  • Dog Training Tips from North Edge K9 @ Thomas Memorial Library

    Do you have a doggy companion who simply will not listen to you? North Edge K9 joins us this month to share their proven method to train your dog that is not stressful, but is instead an enjoyable experience. You’ll learn: Ways to develop a proper relationship with your canine companion. How to develop the […] View event

  • 7:00pm Community, Music

    Portland Maine Weekly Sacred Harp Singing @ First Parish Church, Portland

    Come sing with us! The Portland Maine Weekly Sacred Harp Singing is an open community singing where all voices are welcome! No musical or singing experience is expected or necessary, with beginners warmly encouraged to join us. We get together every Tuesday evening and sing from the 1991 edition of “The Sacred Harp,” and loaner […] View event

  • 7:00pm Film

    Hale County This Morning, This Evening @ SPACE Gallery

    An emotive impression of the Historic South, trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously offering a testament to dreaming despite the odds. Followed by in person chat with filmmaker Ramell Ross. View event

  • Al-Anon Family Group Meeting @ St Mary's Church

    Has your life been affected by someone else’s drinking? Al-Anon Family Groups provide mutual support and understanding for those who are struggling with a friend’s or family member’s alcoholism. Meetings are free and confidential. View event

  • Wednesday October 24 2018

    NAMI Bath/Brunswick Combined Support Group

    NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Bath/Brunswick Combined Support Group for both persons living with mental illness and persons who support family and friends living with mental illness meets the 4th Wednesday of each month from 7:00 to 9:00 pm at 81 Medical Center Drive in Brunswick. For more information, please call Valerie at 319-7956 […] View event

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  • Celebration of Women Artists Lecture Series @ Curtis Memorial Library

    The Curtis Memorial Library Celebration of Women Artists Lecture Series will present Christine Macchi, Executive Director of Maine Fiberarts, who will discuss “Maine Women Working in Fiber”. Included in this program will be a slide presentation about art by Maine women with photo excursions to their studios around Maine. These programs are FREE and open […] View event

  • Merrill Film Society: Christine @ Merrill Memorial Library

    Merrill Film Society presents Christine (1983, R), at 7 PM on Wednesday, September 24, 2018. This event is free and open to the public. The horror genre arguably peaked in the 1980s. Christine was Stephen King’s 13th novel and the 7th to be adapted to a film, both in the year 1983. Christine is a […] View event

  • 9:00am Community

    Back in the Main Stream @ American Legion Post 205, Augusta

    Back In The Maine Stream is a nonprofit organization of disabled veterans with a strong desire to help other disabled Maine veterans increase their quality-of-life and heal physical and emotional trauma through recreational fishing. We are looking for a few new members. Honorably discharged Maine veterans with a disability of 10 percent or more can […] View event

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  • Back In The Maine Stream meeting for disabled veterans angling program @ American Legion Hall Post 205

    Back In The Maine Stream Our ability to help disabled veterans enjoy recreational fishing in Maine is catching Back In The Maine Stream (BITMS) is a non-profit organization run by disabled veterans that have a strong desire to help other disabled Maine veterans increase their quality-of-life and heal physical and emotional trauma through recreational fishing. […] View event

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  • 9:00am Community

    Sidney Community Food Pantry @ Sidney Community Food Pantry

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  • 9:00am Community

    Ask the Lawyer @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Elder Law Attorney Jeffrey LaCourse will be at the Cohen Center on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month to answer questions about elder law, powers of attorney, last wills and testaments and MaineCare applications. Call to make your complimentary 20 minute appointment. Second Wednesday of every month from 9 – 11. Appointments required. […] View event

  • What does it mean to own property in a local historic district? @ Greater Portland Landmarks

    Portland has eleven local historic districts and if you own property or are thinking about owning property in one of those districts do you know exactly what that means? With this program you’ll learn the guidelines that govern exterior changes along with the criteria for construction and renovations. In addition, this program will describe the […] View event

  • Senior Tech Time @ Thomas Memorial Library

    TML’s Senior Tech Time meets on the 4th Wednesday of each month. If you have tech questions, we’re here to help you in any way we can – working together as a group, and addressing individual questions.If you give us your questions in advance, we’ll be SURE to have answers. Or just ask your questions […] View event

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  • 10:30am Support Groups

    Senior Tech Time – October @ Thomas Memorial Library

    Senior Tech meets on the 4th Wednesday of each month. If you have tech questions, we’ll help you in any way we can working together as a group, and addressing individual questions. If you give us your questions in advance, we’ll be SURE to have answers. Or just ask your questions when you get here […] View event

  • Music in the Museum: The Andrés Segovia Continuum featuring Mark Leighton, guitar @ Colby College Museum of Art, Alex Katz Gallery

    Colby College Music Associate Mark Leighton presents music from Maestro Segovia’s prodigious repertoire, from compositions written specifically for him to his transcriptions and arrangements of traditional classical guitar pieces. View event

  • 1:00pm Community, Meet-Up

    Senior Gathering Place 2018 @ UMaine Cooperative Extension, Skowhegan

    Are you looking for a place to meet with senior friends to have coffee, play games and talk? Come meet with other seniors to have fun and contribute your ideas for more. Free coffee and snacks will be available. The group is meeting at the UMaine Cooperative Extension office, 7 County Dr, Skowhegan in partnership […] View event

  • 1:30pm For Kids

    Teen Game Tournament @ Wells Public Library

    Drop by the library on the last Wednesday of each month to participate in our ongoing gaming tournament. Each month, we will have new competitive games for you to try your hand at – from retro board games to Wii marathons to our new Nintendo Switch! This free program is sponsored by the Friends of […] View event

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  • Sharon Creech presents her new children’s novel, SAVING WINSLOW @ Print: A Bookstore

    Wednesday, October 24, 5:00PM Sharon Creech presents her new children’s novel, SAVING WINSLOW Perfect for fans of CHARLOTTE’S WEB and THE ONE AND ONLY IVAN, SAVING WINSLOW is an uplifting modern classic in the making about a young boy who befriends an ailing newborn donkey and nurses him back to health, from New York Times […] View event

  • Oakland Town Council @ Oakland Police Department

    in Cascade Room View event

  • Life drawing with the Bates Museum of Art @ Bates College, Olin Arts Center, Room 259

    Dry-media easels and drawing benches provided, bring drawing board and supplies. View event

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  • Oakland Town Council @ Oakland Police Department

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  • The Hello Josephines Duo @ O'Reilly's Cure

    Kate and Bess of The Hello Josephines entertain with a blend of funky jazz, R&B, and soulful Americana. Expect lush vocals, playful solos, and pulsing grooves. With Kate Campbell Strauss on saxophone, and Bess Jacques on piano and vocals. View event

  • Sustainability Series: screening of documentary, Dawnland @ Portland Public Library, Rines Auditorium

    Join on us for the October edition of Portland’s Sustainability Series for a screening of the documentary, Dawnland. For most of the 20th century, government agents systematically forced Native American children from their homes and placed them with white families. As recently as the 1970’s, one in four Native children nationwide were living in non-Native […] View event

  • DIY rocket stove @ Curtis Memorial Library (Morrell Meeting Room)

    October 24th – DIY Stove A part of the Sustainable ME series. Learn more: http://www.curtislibrary.com/sustainableMe/ Learn how to build a rocket stove and rocket mass heater to be used in your greenhouse or outdoors to barbecue all winter long. Make use of those winter pruning’s by burning them up in a highly efficient stove, that […] View event

  • The Hole History: Origins of the American-Style Donut @ Lithgow Public Library

    Alexis Iammarino, curator of the Hole History exhibition and author of the Hole History catalogue, will discuss the origins of the donut; local donuts will be provided View event

  • 6:30pm Film

    “The Elephant Man” @ Patten Free Library

    Dr. Frederic Treves (Anthony Hopkins) discovers Joseph (John) Merrick (John Hurt) in a sideshow. Born with a congenital disorder, Merrick uses his disfigurement to earn a living as the “the Elephant Man.” Treves brings Merrick into his home, discovering that his rough exterior hides a refined soul, and that Merrick can teach the stodgy British […] View event

  • The Hole History: Origins of the American-Style Donut @ Lithgow Public Library

    Was the donut invented in Maine? Join Alexis Iammarino, curator of the Hole History exhibition and author of the Hole History catalogue, for a lively discussion of the origins of this delicious treat. Donuts will be provided! Support for the Hole History exhibition catalogue is provided by The Kindling Fund, administered by SPACE as part […] View event

  • Stephen Harder: China’s View of the World – and of America @ Scarborough Public Library

    The Scarborough Public Library, 48 Gorham Road, is partnering with the Camden Conference for a fifth year to offer a series of original programs exploring the 2019 conference theme, IS THIS CHINA’S CENTURY?. The first program in the series will be offered on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 6:30 pm and will feature Stephen Harder, […] View event

  • 7:00pm Sports

    Maine Mariners vs. Manchester Monarchs @ Cross Insurance Arena - Portland

    Join the Mariners as they take on the Monarchs at 7pm. For ticket information visit marinersofmaine.com or call 833-GO-MAINE. View event

  • 7:00pm Theater

    The Haunting Hour 2.0 @ Portland Stage Company

    7pm | $18 | Studio Theater Pay-What-You-Can Oct 24, no perf Oct 29 An evening of raw, edgy, and dangerous short plays brought to life onstage for the first time ever! Curated by Dustin Tucker, featuring Maine authors: Joe Hill, Monica Wood, Callie Kimball, H.W. Longfellow, Ian Carlsen, and Rick Hautala. View event

  • 7:00pm Film

    Bates College Tournées Film Festival: The workshop

    The annual touring festival of francophone film returns to Bates. In writer-director Laurent Cantet’s film, a novelist teaches a writing workshop for a diverse group of young unemployed people. As the novelist attempts to understand why one of her students embraces a reprehensible ideology, the film builds into a breathtaking thriller that provides startling insight […] View event

  • 8:00pm Music

    Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles @ Port City Music Hall

    Jazz organist/pianist and gospel musician Cory Henry and The Funk Apostles will perform. Buy tickets in person at the Port City Music Hall box office (504 Congress Street) Wednesday-Friday 10AM-5PM, charge by phone at 800-745-3000, or on our website. PCMH box office will open one hour before doors night of show. This event is 18 […] View event

  • Thursday October 25 2018

    John Holl presents his new book, DRINK BEER, THINK BEER: GETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF EVERY PINT

    Thursday, October 25, 7:00PM John Holl presents his new book, DRINK BEER, THINK BEER: GETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF EVERY PINT Right here, right now is the best time in the history of mankind to be a beer drinker. America now has more breweries than at any time since prohibition, and globally, beer culture is […] View event

  • Iraqi Artist Exhibits Paintings in Waterville @ Beth Israel Congregation

    Paintings by Iraqi artist Kifah Abdulla will be featured at an exhibit at Beth Israel Congregation, Waterville, in October. Titled “Freeing the Captive,” the show opens with a reception on Sunday, Oct. 11 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Beth Israel, 291 Main Street. Free and open to the public, the evening will feature Iraqi food and […] View event

  • Readers Circle: Map of Betrayal-Ha Jin @ Merrill Memorial Library

    Merrill Memorial Library’s Readers Circle meets to discuss A Map of Betrayal, by Ha Jin, at 7 pm on Thursday, October 25, 2018. This event is free and open to the public. Lilian Shang, a history professor in Maryland, knew that her father, Gary, had been the most important Chinese spy ever caught in the […] View event

  • Throwback Thursday: Grownup Play Dates. Night at the BooZeum @ Children's Museum of New Hampshire

    Throwback Thursday: Grownup Play Dates! Night at the BooZeum Thursday, October 25, 7-9pm We know you’ve always wanted to visit the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire without the kids and this is your chance! The museum will throw open its doors for grownups 21+ for a night of BOOzy fun with specialty drinks, costumes, spooky […] View event

  • Going the distance: LGBTQ Life 1974 to 2015 @ Talbot Auditorium, Luther Bonney Hall, USM Portland

    A digital retrospective of work by photographer W. Jo Moser 7 pm Thursday October 25, 2018 Talbot Hall (ground floor Luther Bonney building; USM Portland campus) Free and open to the public About the photographer: Jo Moser grew up in San Francisco in the 1950’s and took her first photos with a Brownie Kodak camera. […] View event

  • 8:30am Community

    Trip to Oxford Casino @ Litchfield Senior Center

    A trip to Oxford Casino is planned for Thursday, Oct. 25, through Litchfield Senior Center. Transportation will leave at 8:30 a.m. from the Sportsmen’s Club. For more information, call 215-4595. View event

  • Minecraft @ Belgrade Public Library

    Find a world of strange creatures, go digging for precious ores and gems, or build yourself a home. Join us at the Belgrade Public Library on 124 Depot Road the last Thursday of every month to explore the world of Minecraft. All programs are free and open to the public. For more information call (207) […] View event

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  • Stories of Neuroscience at Bates College @ Bates College

    A talk by Nancy Koven in conjunction with her appointment as the inaugural John E. Kelsey Professor of Neuroscience. Koven’s research in neuropsychiatry examines brain structure and function in the context of mental health, focusing on the interplay between cognition and emotion in behavior. Endowed by Michael Bonney ’80 and Alison Grott Bonney ’80, the […] View event

  • MIAG (Midcoast Indigenous Awareness Group) Book Club @ Curtis Memorial Library Seminar Room

    Curtis Memorial Library will host the Midcoast Indigenous Awareness Group Book Club (MIAG) to discuss Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer. Ms. Kimmerer is a mother, scientist, decorated professor and enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. This program will be held in the Seminar Room […] View event

  • Public hearing @ Oakland Fire Department

    A public hearing to discuss the Nov. 6 referendum ballot regarding the plan to replace the current fire station with a new building located at 11 Fairfield St., will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, at the Oakland Fire Station, 11 Fairfield St., Oakland. For more information, call 465-7357.. View event

  • Neighborhood history night: Nason’s Corner @ St. Ansgar Luther Church

    Through historic maps and images and recent research learn about historic Nason’s Corner. Portland’s street car system transformed the Nason’s Corner neighborhood from a farming community to suburban residential neighborhood at the turn of the 20th century. Join us to learn more about the transformation of the neighborhood Join Julie Larry to learn more about […] View event

  • Investing In Your Children’s Future @ Thomas Memorial Library

    Tak Suppasettawat, CPA, CFP, joins us again this month to talk about efficient and affordable ways to save for your child’s education. She’ll help us understand various grants and incentives that are unique to Maine residents. Parents and grandparents can learn from this session! The format will be somewhat informal. Tak will update us on […] View event

  • The Cobblestones Live @ Andy's Old Port Pub

    The Cobblestones are vocalist Carolyn Costanzi, guitarist/vocalist Michael Plourde. and Ken Lloyd, bassist. They are often joined by pianist/vocalist Danielle Tran and percussionist Mark Plourde. They hail from Maine. The Band’s music is an eclectic collection that might best be described as pop favorites, acoustic rock and progressive folk. Set lists include many favorites old […] View event

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  • Adoptive & Foster Families of Maine & the Kinship Program @ Isaac F. Umberhine Public Library

    Adoptive & Foster Families of Maine & the Kinship Program will offer C.A.R.E.S. Support Group for Adoptive/Foster/Kinship Families. Held on the fourth Thursday of each month in Richmond at the Umberhine Public Library Please RSVP to affirm at 207-827-2331 or email monica@affm.net. View event

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  • Reading by Bill Roorbach at Bates College

    Literary Arts Live presents a reading and conversation with the award-winning Maine author. Roorbach’s newest book is the story collection The Girl of the Lake; he also wrote The Remedy for Love, a Kirkus Prize finalist, and the best-selling Life Among Giants. Sponsored by the English department. View event

  • Heifetz on Tour @ Robinhood Free Meetinghouse

    The outstanding classical musicians of the Heifetz International Music Institute return to the Meetinghouse for a special program of music. With the generous support of the Georgetown Island Education Foundation, the Roger Renaud Music Foundation, and the Bath Elementary PTA a quartet of performers from the Heifetz Institute, the highly regarded string instruction program and […] View event

  • Dancers Nicole Wolcott & Larry Keigwin: “Places Please!” @ One Longfellow Square

    Portland Ovations Presents: Nicole Wolcott & Larry Keigwin: “Places Please!” In this intimate new production, award-winning dancers Nicole Wolcott and Larry Keigwin invite audiences behind the scenes to experience the anxiety and playfulness inherent in the life of a performer. Co-founders of the celebrated Keigwin + Company — who perform around the world at venerated […] View event

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  • Friday October 26 2018

    Keys to the City – Dueling Piano Show @ Spire 29 on the Square

    The show consists of the “Keys to the City” stage set being positioned in the center of the room with all of the guests sitting “in the round” creating a Vegas Show atmosphere. The tables are placed in close proximity to the pianists so that camaraderie builds quickly as the show begins. Guests are encouraged […] View event

  • Chilling Celtic Tales

    Ever wondered what the servants at Victoria Mansion might have done when the family was out in the evenings during the Halloween season? With the help of storyteller Lynne Cullen and musician Kurt Kish, Victoria Mansion will recreate the spooky Celtic tales that would have been common among the Irish residents of the city. Aimed […] View event

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  • Jacqueline Schwab @ First Parish Congregational Church, Yarmouth

    317 Main Community Music Center Presents Pianist Jacqueline Schwab Performing I Lift My Lamp – Vintage Songs and Dances of Immigrant America on ​Friday, October 26th at 7pm. While Schwab’s name may not be immediately recognized, her work is well known. Impressed by her evocative playing style, documentary filmmaker Ken Burns tapped Schwab to play […] View event

  • Welcome weekend @ Maine State Society for the Protection of Animals

    After years of planning and months of construction, the Maine State Society for the Protection of Animals proudly presents the Lawrence J. Keddy and Marilyn L. Goodreau Equine Rehabilitation Facility. To celebrate, with support from our generous sponsor IDEXX, you are cordially invited to the 279 River Road farm in Windham to tour the new […] View event

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  • 11:00am Books & Authors

    Friday Book Club @ Winslow Public Library

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  • 1:00pm Community

    Remember Me Spirit Readings @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Would you like to connect with a loved one who has passed on or experience a connection with the spirit world? Medium Francine McEwen uses her clairvoyant abilities to connect with loved ones who have passed to Spirit. Reading are 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month in half-hour sessions. Call for a private appointment. View event

  • Halloween party at the Y – Pineland Branch @ YMCA of Southern Maine - Pineland Branch

    Calling all ghosts and goblins! Join us for ghoulish games, creepy crafts and sweet treats at our annual Halloween party. The whole family is invited to this most spooktacular event! Admission, if you dare to enter, is FREE FOR EVERYONE! It’ll be a screaming good time. Please bring a non-perishable food item to be donated […] View event

  • Halloween party at the Y – Northern York County Branch @ YMCA of Southern Maine

    Calling all ghosts and goblins! Join us for ghoulish games, creepy crafts and sweet treats at our annual Halloween party. The whole family is invited to this most spooktacular event! Admission, if you dare to enter, is FREE FOR EVERYONE! It’ll be a screaming good time. Please bring a non-perishable food item to be donated […] View event

  • 38th Annual Bethel Outing Club Ski Sale @ Gould Academy Field House

    The Bethel Outing Club (BOC) is hosting it’s 38th Annual Ski Sale where new and used winter equipment, clothing and gear can be bought and sold. Items include alpine and nordic skis and snowboards, boots and poles, ski jackets and pants, gloves, socks, insulating undergarments, wind breakers, and fleece jackets and more. There are skates, […] View event

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  • Halloween party at the Y – Casco Bay Branch @ YMCA of Southern Maine - Casco Bay Branch

    Calling all ghosts and goblins! Join us for ghoulish games, creepy crafts and sweet treats at our annual Halloween party. The whole family is invited to this most spooktacular event! Admission, if you dare to enter, is FREE FOR EVERYONE! It’ll be a screaming good time. Please bring a non-perishable food item to be donated […] View event

  • Alison Hildreth solo exhibition: Flight @ SPEEDWELL//projects

    SPEEDWELL//projects is incredibly honored to be hosting Alison Hildreth’s solo exhibition FLIGHT. Alison has been painting for over 60 years. The show will include recent paintings, drawings and a full-scale mixed media installation. From the artist: My sources are often derived from literature and history. I have a variety of disparate questions and investigations which […] View event

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  • 7:30pm Music

    Dar Williams @ Chocolate Church Arts Center

    Folk rock, singer song-writer. An accomplished American singer-songwriter, educator and pop folk artist. Dar hearkens back to the 70’s to the dawn of FM radio. Ms. Williams has toured with such artists as Mary Chapin Carpenter, Patty Griffin, Ani DeFranco, The Nelds, Girlyman. Joan Baez. For Dar Williams there is really no separating her life […] View event

  • 7:30pm Music

    Bates digital music symposium @ Bates College

    The first-ever Bates Digital Music Symposium presents emerging artists selected from applicants in more than 10 countries. Featured are works created with hand-made instruments, a live interactive video game for musicians and haptic interfaces — that is, systems enabling interactions with the computer via bodily sensations and motions. Sponsored by the Mellon Foundation as part […] View event

  • 7th Annual Early Music Festival: A Century of Chamber Music @ Chapel at Woodfords Church

    The Portland Early Music Festival is now in it’s 7th year! The theme of the 2018 festival is “A Century of Chamber Music”. Friday and Saturday’s performances both feature music of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, including works by Mozart and Albrechtsberger. Sunday’s program ranges from Vivaldi’s Trio in G minor (1731) to […] View event

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  • 35mm: A Musical Exhibition @ Corthell Concert Hall, University of Southern Maine

    Music and Lyrics by Ryan Scott Oliver Based on Photographs by Matthew Murphy Vocal Arrangments and Orchestrations by Ryan Scott Oliver Additional Percussion arrangements by Jeremy Yaddaw Additional Guitar arrangements by Matt Hinkley Directed by Edward Reichert A picture is worth 1,000 words – what about a song? Can a picture inspire a song? In […] View event

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  • 8:30pm Film

    IBEX: The Search for the Edge of the Solar System @ Southworth Planetarium

    An omni-dome (full dome) presentation about the IBEX (Interstellar Boundary Explorer) probe. Launched in 2008, the IBEX craft collects energized neutral particles emitted from the heliosphere: the “bubble” enclosing the solar system. These collections enable the IBEX probe to construct an image of the membrane surrounding us. The same membrane that protects the solar system […] View event

  • 9:00pm Music

    Kat Wright, Lawrence @ Port City Music Hall

    Soul singer Kat Wright and soul-pop duo Lawrence will perform. Buy tickets in person at the Port City Music Hall box office (504 Congress Street) Wednesday-Friday 10AM-5PM, charge by phone at 800-745-3000, or on our website. PCMH box office will open one hour before doors night of show. This event is 18 and over. View event

  • Saturday October 27 2018

    Fiddle-icious Concert @ McCormack Performing Arts Center, Gorham High School

    Join Fiddle-icious, a non-profit, all volunteer community orchestra with members from Kittery to Augusta, as they take to the stage to share their uplifting music. Fiddle-icious is a large and vibrant group of Maine musicians playing fiddle, piano, harp, guitar, banjo, accordion, cello, tin whistle, concertina and upright bass. Their tunes are passed on from […] View event

  • EqualityMaine’s The Great Pumpkin Ball @ State Theater

    Portland’s Premier Halloween Dance Party Saturday, October 27 7pm-1am State Theater, Portland Ages: 18+ Starring: The Vixen from season 10 of RuPaul’s Drag Race Featuring: Music by DJ Steve Sidewalk (NYC | Fire Island | DC | New Orleans | OGT) DJ Kate (Portland) Local drag, theater and cabaret performances Costume contest with over $1000 […] View event

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  • 5:30am Community

    Church supper @ St. Maximilan Kolbe Church, Scarborough

    Harvest Supper, turkey and all the fixings St. Maximilian Kolbe Church, Black Point Rd., Scarborough 5:30 Adults $9; Kids $5; Family $28 View event

  • Hunter’s breakfast @ North Saco Congregational Christian Church

    Hunter’s and Family Breakfast located at the corner of the Flag Pond, Heath, and Flag Pond Road Saco Menu: eggs, bacon, Home Fries, pancakes, toast, coffee, juice and pie View event

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  • Free breakfast at Riverside @ Riverside Baptist Church

    Free Breakfast at Riverside Baptist Church on Sat, October 27th ! This is NOT a Trick but a TREAT for you from RBC! Yes, that’s right. Breakfast is on us. Come Sat, Oct 27th from 7:00 to 9:00AM for scrambled eggs, bacon, biscuits & gravy, baked beans, home fries, juice & coffee. Take outs available. […] View event

  • The Ghost Hour @ Southworth Planetarium, University of Southern Maine

    Experience the horror and chills of ghost stories in our star dome theatre. This year, we’ve expanded the ghost hour to an hour and a half to accommodate all of the story tellers who will attempt to terrify you out of your rib cage. We invite you to enjoy the kind of delightful fright that […] View event

  • 8:00am Community

    Amy Buxton Pet Pantry @ South Parish Congregational Church

    Temporary Assistance with Dog and Cat food. Helping Pets keep their owners Open the 2nd at 4th Saturday each Month South Parish Congregational Church 9 Church St, Augusta Use the door by the flag pole View event

  • Solar 101 @ Shelter Institute

    Maine has an abundance of solar energy available, about 30% more than Germany, a world leader in solar energy installations. How can you capture this abundant resource, benefit financially, and impact climate? Learn about solar hot water systems, solar space heating, solar electricity, efficient electric heating systems, electric vehicle charging stations, and more. Find out […] View event

  • Map & Compass: Staying Found @ Waldo County Technical Center

    Do you like to spend time in the woods? Do you enjoying hiking, backpacking, hunting, fishing, paddling, motor boating, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing…? Are you a Maine Guide or aspiring Maine Guide? Are you a part of a Search & Rescue team? Whether you are a professional rescuer or you enjoy spending time in the backcountry […] View event

  • Barbara Bush Childrens Hospital Craft Fair @ MaineHealth Scarborough Campus

    Over 60 crafters will be on hand at the 19th Annual Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital Craft Fair on October 27th from 9am-2p at 100 US Route 1 in Scarborough Maine. Choose from quilted items, photography, jewelry,paintings , salsa, jams, crochet items, wooden toys, soaps, etc all hand made by the crafters. There will be a […] View event

  • Benton Falls Church Bell Fund Harvest Festival @ Benton Falls Congregational Church

    The last bell forged in the foundry of Paul Revere hangs in the steeple of the Benton Falls Congregational Church. For nearly 200 years, this bell has rung to summon the people to gather in times of emergency, war, celebration, and worship. . Preservation Timber Framing finished phase I of the project this spring. The […] View event

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  • Designing Women fine art & craft 2nd annual Wells Show @ Wells Activity Center

    Over twenty local, female artisans and craftswomen will exhibit beautiful, high quality, handcrafted jewelry, painting, handbags, pottery, weaving, personal care products, and much more at this exceptional, juried show. Whimsical and serious treasures, ranging in size and price will be available for perusal and purchase; perfect for fall gifts and early Holiday ideas. View event

  • 10:30am Community

    Friends of Evergreen Tour: Monuments & Memory @ Evergreen Cemetery

    Explore the monuments, the substance of memory, and the cultural landscape of Evergreen through the design of the rural garden cemetery and its granite and marble monuments. Discussions of materials and architectural forms of mortuary sculpture, including text, symbolism and iconography, will carry visitors along the scenic roads of the historical landscape, to the jewel […] View event

  • Block Printed Patterns Art Workshop @ Still Life Studio

    Make your own printed paper and fabric! Take home giftable projects and your own custom stamps so you can keep printing beyond the class. Spend a fall afternoon learning the techniques of making patterns through block printing, lead by Allison McKeen, a printmaker based in Gardiner, Maine. The workshop will cover the process of taking […] View event

  • Metaphysical Follies @ Denmark Arts Center

    The Metaphysical Follies event on Saturday, October 27th from 12-4pm, will host the art opening; Beyond The Veil, a children’s costume party, Medium Readings (A person who is the medium between the client and the spirit and consciousness of someone who has passed over). Enjoy E’s Eats Hotdog Mac n’Cheese food cart in the afternoon. View event

  • Using our Money for our Priorities: Taking Back our Tax Dollars from Warmakers @ Talbot Auditorium, Luther Bonney Hall, USM Portland

    2018 Annual Maine War Tax Resistance Gathering Workshops: Noon: Divest Yourself and Institutions from the Military Industrial Complex—Room 208 Noon: Support for Seasoned WTRs—Room 241 1:45pm Panel— Using our Money for our Priorities: Taking Back our Tax Dollars from Warmakers This panel of Maine activists will discuss issues such as climate change, immigration, police violence, […] View event

  • 1:00pm For Kids, Outdoors

    Center for Wildlife’s Volunteer Workdays @ Center for Wildlife

    Come visit the Center for Wildlife and help us take care of our non-releasable animal ambassadors! Workday activities may include cleaning enclosures, gardening, and facilities maintenance. All community members are welcome to attend (those under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Reservations are required, visit www.thecenterforwildlife.org FMI. View event

  • Know Your Bones

    You can learn so much about an animal by examining how it is put together—come look at a variety of skulls and bones, and learn about how certain traits can help an animal thrive and survive! View event

  • 2:00pm Film

    Bates College Tournées Film Festival: Polina

    The first feature by leading French choreographer Angelin Preljocaj was written and directed in tandem with documentarian Valérie Müller. Depicting the coming of age of a young ballerina as she discovers contemporary dance, it stars Anastasia Shevtsova, a 19-year-old Russian dancer who learned French to play the title role.Q&A follows the movie. View event

  • Mr. Magic’s spooktacular family magic show @ St. Augustine Anglican Church

    – “Mr. Magic’s Spooktacular Magic Show,” a family friendly magic show will be offered on Saturday, 2:00 p.m., October 27 at St. Augustine Anglican Church, 656 US Route 1, Scarborough. Come join us for this fun Halloween treat full of fun, tricks and magic. For children of all ages!!! Ticket, available at the door, are […] View event

  • 2:00pm Comedy

    “Off The Wall” Halloween Variety Show @ Johnson Hall Performing Arts Center

    “Off The Wall” Halloween Variety Show will be performed at 2 and 6 p.m. Saturday, oct. 27, at Johnson Hall Performing Arts Center at 280 Water St., in Gardiner. Doors open 30 minutes before the show. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for youth. Tickets are available at Johnson Hall’s Box Office Tuesday through […] View event

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  • 4:30pm Community

    Turkey pie public supper @ Manchester Community Church

    Turkey Pie Public Supper at the Manchester Community Church, 21 Readfield Road on October 27, 2018 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Cost for the supper is $8.00 adults, children $3.50 and a family of four or more with children $20. Menu: Turkey Pie, gravy, mashed potatoes, peas, squash, rolls or biscuits and homemade pies. View event

  • 5:00pm Benefits

    Supper @ New Sharon United Methodist Church

    A public supper will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the New Sharon United Methodist Church. The menu will include of baked beans, assorted casseroles and salads, cole slaw, chop suey, rolls, pies and beverages. The cost is $8 for adults and $3.50 for children younger than 12. The supper is under […] View event

  • 5:00pm Potluck

    Baked bean/chop suey supper @ New Sharon United Methodist Church

    with home-made pies, the supper is under the direction of the Woman’s Society; handicapped accessible View event

  • Church public supper beans and casseroles @ Bean Supper First Cong. Church of Gray

    Church supper-Baked Beans, casseroles, salads, homemade breads and desserts. Sat.Oct. 27, 2018, 5:00 PM, First Congregational Church , Route 115, Gray. Adults $8.00, under 12 $4.00. Handicapped accessible. Contact 657-4279, day of supper 657-3279. View event

  • 5:00pm Benefits

    Benefit pork roast dinner @ St. Denis Parish Hall

    Benefit Supper Gov. Kavanagh Council #1423 of North Whitefield will be holding their famous Pork Roast Dinner on Saturday October 27th starting at 5 p.m. at the St. Denis Church Hall on Rt. 126, Grand Army Road in North Whitefield. Come on down and enjoy delicious food and great company. Menu includes: Pork Roast, mashed […] View event

  • Halloween in Fyood Kitchen @ Fork Food Lab

    Come get your spook on in Fyood Kitchen for an afternoon of fun, fast-paced cooking with mystery ingredients and friends. Test out your costume and your creative cooking skills through our savory and sweet rounds of cooking! View event

  • Nosh & Knock Off 2018: Literary Larceny @ Waterville Public Library

    October 27, 2018 • 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm Location: Waterville Public Library Tickets are now on sale for Nosh & Knock Off 2018: Literary Larceny, an interactive mystery evening at the Waterville Public Library, will take place on Saturday, October 27, 2018! This FUNdraiser promises to be the not-to-be-missed event of the season! Featuring […] View event

  • Hold Onto Your Hat! @ Michael Klahr Center — University of Maine at Augusta

    Hold Onto Your Hat! is a multi-media, one-woman touring show written and performed by Andrea Itkin, directed by Scott Anthony Smith and produced by Everyman Repertory Theatre. It is part memoir, part social commentary, delivered all in rhyme, with a sprinkle of song and more than a dash of humor. The perspective changes from old […] View event

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  • On rising: Exertion, activism and art in the age of climate change @ Bates College

    A talk by creative-nonfiction writer Elizabeth Rush, author of Rising: Dispatches From the New American Shore. Called “moving and urgent” by Pacific Standard, the book details communities’ responses to rising sea levels. The annual Otis Lecture is funded by the Philip J. Otis Endowment, which helps support Bates programs with an environmental focus. View event

  • 7:00pm Dancing

    American Legion Post 2 dance @ American Legion Fitzgerald-Cummings Post 2, Augusta

    for members and guests, featuring the Wild Horse Band View event

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  • 7:30pm Music

    Best Damn Halloween Party Ever @ Mariner's Church Banquet Center

    How many parties have TWO ROCKIN’ BANDS, set up on both sides of the dance floor, playing back and forth for you all night, right in the heart of the Old Port at Mariner’s Church Banquet Center on the Saturday before Halloween? This amazing party will feature two rockin’ Southern Maine bands — GIRLS JUST […] View event

  • Black Cat Road @ Denmark Arts Center

    Come have some Chili and Cornbread and listen to Black Cat Road. Costumes are optional. View event

  • Masterworks: Colby College Symphony Orchestra directed by Jinwook Park @ Colby College, Lorimer Chapel

    In its first concert of the season, the orchestra performs three masterworks from the 19th century: Weber’s beloved “Der Freischutz Overture”, Chopin’s elegant First Piano Concert, featuring Colby College’s own Lily Funahashi, and Tchaikovsky’s glorious Fifth Symphony. View event

  • 8:00pm Music

    Ghoul of Rock: MAMM’s Halloween Bash @ One Longfellow Square

    Forget “School or Rock”…this year the Maine Academy of Modern Music is mixing things up with GHOUL OF ROCK! This Halloween season MAMM’s student rock bands will be melting faces at the creepiest all-ages costume party in town. The terror begins at5:30pm at One Longfellow Square in Portland and will feature performances by such demented […] View event

  • Halloween Dance @ American Legion Tardiff-Belanger Post 39 Madison

    sponsored by Somerset County United Bikers of Maine, featuring the Band—Dirty Little Secrets!! $10 per person Costume Contest and 50/50 Raffle. proceeds will benefit theThanksgiving Baskets. If you are unable to attend, but would like to support this cause, please send donations to United Bikers of Maine Somerset County, PO Box 186, Madison, ME 04950. View event

  • Halloween dance @ American Legion Alfred W. Maxwell Jr. Post 40, Winthrop

    A Halloween dance will be held from 8 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, Oct. 27, at Alfred W. Maxwell Jr. American Legion Post 40, 117 Bowdoin St., Winthrop. Calypso Solders will perform. Costume cash prizes will be awarded. A $5 donation is requested. For more information, call 377-8258. View event

  • Valley Haze sings @ Andy's Old Port Pub

    Andy’s Old Port Pub presents live music every night. Tonight, Valley Haze from Northbridge, MA. will play acoustic covers (licensed by BMI and ASCAP) and original music. The trio, consisting of Michael Mellen (lead vocals); Trevor Martin (Acoustic guitar, backing vocals); and Kevin Leon (Bass, backing vocals) will have their audience up and humming. They […] View event

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  • Opening reception at Bates College Museum of Art @ Bates College Museum of Art

    This reception opens the fall-winter exhibitions at the Bates College Museum of Art: Anthropocenic: Art About the Natural World in the Human Era and Amy Stacey Curtis: Time and Place (see below). The reception follows the annual Otis Lecture, co-sponsored this year by the museum and related to Anthropocenic. View event

  • SPACE Halloween Party @ SPACE Gallery

    Luminaries of local rock bands don the masks of their time traveling pop dreams, with Sunset Hearts as Depeche Mode, The Blood Caps as Roxy Music, Contrapposto as The Knife, and members of Cadaverette, Crunchcoat, and The Worst as Hole. View event

  • 9:00pm Music

    Bahamas @ Port City Music Hall

    Port City Music Hall and 98.9 WCLZ present the folk musician known as Bahamas. Buy tickets in person at the Port City Music Hall box office (504 Congress Street) Wednesday-Friday 10AM-5PM, charge by phone at 800-745-3000, or on our website. PCMH box office will open one hour before doors night of show. This event is […] View event

  • Sunday October 28 2018

    Buddhism unwrapped @ Private Residence please write or call for address

    We meet Sunday mornings at 10 am. This is a great class for those who want to explore what Buddhism is really about and how to practice. Open to both beginners and advanced practitioners. We will have teachings from the Sutras (words of the Buddha) and lectures on some of the great treatises of Buddhism. […] View event

  • I Measure Time by how a Body Sways, John Vander, new paintings. @ Gold/Smith Gallery

    I MEASURE TIME BY HOW THE BODY SWAYS new paintings by John Vander, September 6 through October 28 Beginning September 6th and continuing through October 28th Gold/Smith Gallery is featuring painting about dancing, Jazz dancing, the kind of stuff that makes you want to move, by John Vander, resident artist, husband and owner of the […] View event

  • 1:00pm Music

    Country Sunday @ Embden Community Center

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  • 2:00pm Community

    Friends Of Evergreen Tour: The Spiritualists @ Evergreen Cemetery

    The Spiritualist Movement took great hold in 1850’s Portland. Lecture halls overflowed with those wanting to believe communication with the dead possible. Leading citizens including Sylvester Beckett, original owner of Beckett’s Castle,Cape Elizabeth, and lawyer Jabez Woodman were convinced. This is the Friends’ final tour of the 2018 season. View event

  • Fiddle-icious Concert @ Gendron Franco Center

    Join Fiddle-icious, a non-profit, all volunteer community orchestra with members from Kittery to Augusta, as they take to the stage to share their uplifting music. Fiddle-icious is a large and vibrant group of Maine musicians playing fiddle, piano, harp, guitar, banjo, accordion, cello, tin whistle, concertina and upright bass. Their tunes are passed on from […] View event

  • 2:00pm Music

    Leila Percy & Friends @ Jewett Hall Auditorium — University of Maine at Augusta

    Bandleader and vocalist Leila Percy & Friends will celebrate Songs of the Great American Songbook, share how they put a show together and how important they feel it is to remember our musical heritage. Sherry Walrath, an American Sign Language interpreter will sign this concert. View event

  • Cooking class: Narrative recipes @ East Forty Farm and Dairy

    Do you love to pour over old cookbooks, but find the structure of the recipes difficult to translate to modern coking techniques? In this class we will learn to translate a long form, narrative recipe, like in “Honey From a Weed” by Patience Gray, into an easy to follow recipe.  Please select a recipes before […] View event

  • Wine & Oysters Walk in Portland, Maine @ Old Port Sea Grill

    Join Sommelier Erica Archer, CWP, WSET Advanced, for a guided wine and Maine oysters tasting and walking tour of Portland’s vibrant food scene as you explore some incredible examples of different Maine oysters paired with wines at four great establishments. In addition to the tastings, you’re in for an incredible wine education experience. You’ll walk […] View event

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  • Historic Portsmouth Chamber Music: Violinist Emily Daggett Smith and Pianist Constantine Finehouse @ New Castle Congregational Church

    Historic Portsmouth Chamber Music presents violinist Emily Daggett Smith and pianist Constantine Finehouse on Sunday, October 28 at 3pm at the New Castle Congregational Church. Historic Portsmouth Chamber Music is a community program of the Portsmouth Athenaeum. There is a suggested $20 at-the-door donation for each concert. New York-based violinist Emily Daggett Smith, a favorite […] View event

  • Summer Art Show at Thos. Moser – Barter, Barter, Emerson: The Painters from Maine @ Thos. Moser Showroom & Gallery

    Thos. Moser announces its summer art exhibit, on view in the Freeport, Maine showroom. As part of the company’s ongoing commitment to showcase Maine art, the exhibit features over 100 paintings, wood reliefs and wood assemblage from 20 Maine artists. An opening reception with artists will be held on Wednesday, June 27, 6-8 pm at […] View event

  • 6:00pm Dancing

    Swing dance Brunswick, Sun. October 28th, 6-8pm. @ People Plus

    Come Join us for Swing Dance Sundays. Next dance: Sunday October 28th. People Plus, 35 Union St., Brunswick, ME. All ages and all generations welcome! No partner needed. There’s plenty of optional mixing of partners, and we welcome new dancers. There’s no lesson this time, but if you’re new to Swing dance and would like […] View event

  • 7:00pm Film

    Time For Ilhan @ SPACE Gallery

    From director Norah Shapiro, this timely documentary follows Somali-born Ilhan Omar as she challenges the status quo in her run for a seat in the Minnesota House of Representatives in 2016. View event

  • The Best Damn Halloween Party Ever – Third Episode @ Mariners Church Banquet Center

    You don’t want to miss the third annual BEST DAMN HALLOWEEN PARTY EVER this year! How many parties have TWO ROCKIN BANDS instead of just ONE, set up on both sides of the dance floor, playing back and forth for you all night, right in the heart of the Old Port at Mariner’s Church Banquet […] View event

  • Monday October 29 2018
    11:00am Community

    Lunch at Cohen

    Monday 10/29 Grilled Sirloin Steak Tuesday 10/30 Chicken with stuffing or Baked Stuffed Squash Wednesday 10/31 Roast Pork Loin – Entertainment by Deb Sandler View event

  • PSO creative listening: Preparing for November 4 concert @ Portsmouth Music and Arts Center

    Preparing for Creative Listening: How to prepare for the Nov. 4 PSO concert which features Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man, Mozart’s Serenade No. 10 for winds (Gran Partita), and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4. This free series is sponsored by our friends at Charles Schwab. contact info@portsmouthsymphony.org if you have any questions. View event

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  • 1:00pm Film

    Monday Matinee: Won’t You Be My Neighbor? @ Merrill Memorial Library

    Won’t You Be My Neighbor? screens in Merrill Memorial Library’s Lewis Hall on Monday, October 29, 2018 at 1 PM. This event is free and open to the public. For over 30 years, Fred Rogers, an unassuming minister, puppeteer, writer and producer, was beamed daily into homes across America. In his beloved television program, Mister […] View event

  • 5:00pm Community

    The Future of Healthcare: A Community Conversation @ Callahan Hall, Lewiston Public Library

    Whether you receive your coverage from the private marketplace, your employer, or through Medicare or Medicaid, the state of healthcare and its rising costs continue be a major concern for Mainers statewide. Navigating the world of healthcare today in America can be overwhelmingly complicated. That’s why we’re inviting you to join us for a community […] View event

  • The Future of Healthcare: A Community Conversation @ Callahan Hall, Lewiston Public Library

    On Monday, October 29th at 5 PM, join AARP Maine and LPL for a special panel of local healthcare advocates, providers, and specialists for a conversation on healthcare. Whether you receive your coverage from the private marketplace, your employer, or through Medicare or Medicaid, the state of healthcare and its rising costs continue be a […] View event

  • Swing dancing with Lindy Maine

    Beginner Swing Dancing Classes with Lindy Maine @ Pepperell Center

    Beginner swing dancing is fun, active, and social! You don’t need a partner and you don’t need any experience. Total beginners are VERY welcome. Try something new! Lindy Hop is the original form of swing dancing danced in the 1930s and 40s. It is danced to the big band and traditional jazz music of the […] View event

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  • Rome Board of Selectmen meeting @ Rome Community Center

    Meetings held every other week. In the event of a government holiday or inclement weather, the meeting will be rescheduled for Tuesday. View event

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  • Discover Girl Scouts, Winthrop @ Winthrop Grade School

    Join us to learn why Girl Scouts offers the best leadership experience for girls—one that is designed with, by, and for girls. The inclusive, all-girl environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. You […] View event

  • 6:00pm For Kids

    Mad Science Halloween Spooktacular @ Auburn Public Library

    KIDS! Mad Science Halloween SpookTacular Show Monday October 29th 6-7 PM at Auburn Public Library in the Androscoggin Community Room Get ready for a Halloween Science Adventure that starts off with a spooky…but not too spooky…Halloween story about Dr. Erlenmeyer Funkenstein and the Mad Science Goblin! Prepare for science tricks & treats. Reach into a […] View event

  • Maine author Mary Lawrence @ Lithgow Public Library

    On Monday, Oct. 29, at 6:30 p.m., the Lithgow Public Library will host Maine author Mary Lawrence for a fascinating presentation on Tudor London and her work, the Bianca Goddard historical mystery series. This popular series is set during the final years of King Henry VIII’s reign and features the daughter of an infamous alchemist. […] View event

  • Tudor London with Mary Lawrence @ Lithgow Public Library

    Join Maine author Mary Lawrence for a fascinating presentation on Tudor London and her work, the Bianca Goddard historical mystery series. This popular series is set during the final years of King Henry VIII’s reign and features the daughter of an infamous alchemist. Bianca lives in seedy Southwark across the river Thames from London and […] View event

  • Orion

    JoAnn McDonald presents Beyond the Milky Way @ Portland Camera Club

    JoAnn says, “Have you been wondering how the heck people are taking such beautiful night sky images when all you see are stars when you look up? Have you been fascinated by the Hubble Space Telescope and NASA’s stunning views of the universe? Well, thanks to digital technology, deep sky imaging is within reach of […] View event

  • Tuesday October 30 2018

    “A Preview of the 2018 Midterms” @ Durham Evangelical Church

    Results of the 2018 mid-term elections are seen as critical by both Republicans and Democrats. Are you on the edge of your seat, wondering what might happen? The Seacoast Memorial Lecture Series is proud to present Dante J. Scala, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of New Hampshire, providing “A Preview of the […] View event

  • 2:30pm For Kids

    Crafternoons @ Waterville Public Library

    Looking for a way to brighten up your child’s day? Bring them on down to the Library for Crafternoons! Drop in anytime between 2:30 and 4PM every Tuesday to participate in a fun craft. We do something different every week! This Month: 10/2: Paper Plate Owls 10/9: Leafe People! 10/16: Masking Tape Mummies 10/30: Paper […] View event

  • Children’s Halloween Party @ Wells Public Library

    Kids and their families are invited to dress up in costume and come to the library to participate in a spooky scavenger hunt, play ghoulish games, make creepy crafts, and eat festive food. Costume parade for all participants, too! This free program is sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library. View event

  • Windsor Board of Selectmen @ Windsor Town Hall

    Windsor Board of Selectmen Meeting 6:00 p.m. View event

  • 6:00pm Film

    Film Screening: “Maineland” @ Deering Common Community Center, College of the Atlantic

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