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Georgetown, ME 04548
The Georgetown Working League is holding their 100th annual fair in 2013. Quilt raffle, handmade items,collectibles, homemade baked goods, art, crafts, books, jewelry, white elephants, childrens activities, lunch. All proceeds benefit the town.
Monmouth, ME 04259
June 22-August 15
Adapted by Dawn McAndrews from Margery Williams
Directed by Brooke Edwards
A toy rabbit yearns for the day a young boy will choose him so that he can become real. Through love, devotion, and a little bit of magic his dream comes true in this heart-warming tale.
Portland, ME 04101
Cathy Hammond has lived near one coast or the other most of her life, and for many years within easy reach of four different lighthouses. She has wonderful memories of time spent at Fort Williams, Spring Point and Two Lights State Park. When living in South Portland not far from Willard Beach, she would listen to the foghorns and spend some sleepless nights walking the beach, comforted by those guiding beacons flashing their warnings to passing ships.
Opening reception, meet and greet the artist on Friday, August 2, from 5-8pm. Live acoustic music by Brad Hooper. Free, light refreshments. Exhibit and sale continues through August 31 in the historic cape, 272 Pikes Hill, Norway.
July 13 – August 15
24th Annual Old York Decorator Show House
Bath, ME 04530
FiberME 2013 is the 2nd annual tour of all things fiber in Maine, August 4 - 9, 2013. Each day the group will travel by bus starting and ending at Halcyon Yarn in Bath, ME. The group will visit artists' studios, farms, mills, a dyehouse, and galleries.
July 25-August 17
By Joan Didion Directed by Dawn McAndrews
Author Joan Didion presents a life-affirming approach to the grief experienced after the death of a loved one. Told with eloquent language, humor, and searing candor, this one-woman play paints a beautiful and insightful portrait of love and loss.
Halcyon Yarn's FiberME 2013, a week-long bus tour of all things fiber in Maine, takes place Sunday, August 4 through Friday, August 9. Each day begins and ends at Halcyon Yarn in Bath and includes visits to mills, galleries, farms, and fiber artists in different regions of Maine. Some highlights include Eggemoggin Textile Studio, Sara Hotchkiss, Jagger Bros Spinning Mill, Romney Ridge Farm, Swans Island Blankets, a fiber craft show, a welcome reception at Halcyon Yarn, and a traditional lobster bake by the ocean in Georgetown.
Museums of Old York - Hancock Warehouse Exhibit - Out of the Ocean: The Changing Face of York Fisheries
Opening in August
Hancock Warehouse Exhibit
Out of the Ocean: The Changing Face of York Fisheries
This new exhibit focuses on York’s continued history as a working waterfront community. Researched through interviews with fishermen and family members, the exhibit examines the fishing and lobstering industry in York today and back through the 20th century. Free. At the Hancock Warehouse, 140 Lindsay Road, York, 5 p.m. FMI call 207-363-4974.
Starts: Aug 6 2013 - 7:00pm
Ends: Aug 6 2013 - 9:00pm
Isabeau et les Chercheurs D'Or (and the Gold Diggers) dig deep into the roots of music and sources of Quebecois and Appalachian folk song. On recording, as well as on stage, the quintet always preserves the aura of truth that characterizes these styles of music so well. Freely drawing from folk music traditions, Isabeau and the Gold Diggers create their own country music adventure. In it, the listener discovers a personal world of romance, travel, and everyday life. Their music is timeless, whether the vocal harmonies, the mandolin, or the violin is carrying the tune.