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  • Friday October 19 2018
    7:00pm 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

  • Saturday October 20 2018

    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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Sunday October 21 2018

    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

  • 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

  • Monday October 22 2018
    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

  • Thursday November 01 2018

    Reading Japan in Multicultural Picture Books @ Auburn Public Library

    Auburn Public Library is collaborating with Bates Professor Keiko Konoeda and students in her seminar Reading Japan in Multicultural Picture Books this fall. Bates has a large collection of diverse picture books, includingover 70 featuring Japanese characters and themes. The Diverse Book Finder can be accessed at the following link: Professor Konoeda’s students will […] View event

  • Saturday February 02 2019

    The International Cryptozoology Museum at Thompson’s Point @ Thompson's Point

    Cryptozoology is the study of hidden or unknown animals. These are usually larger zoological species that, to date, remain unverified by science, such as Yetis, Bigfoot, Lake Monsters, and Sea Serpents, as well as hundreds of other yet-to-be-found animals (cryptids) worldwide, but which compelling ethnoknown evidence has been collected for their possible existence. It also […] View event