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Attend the 33rd annual Camden Conference to learn how technology is shaping the flow of information and how it is used. Where do people in most countries get their news and other information? Will traditional media survive, and in what form? How are visual images especially effective in shaping our understanding of political and social issues?Find out more »
Join us at Thomaston Place Auction Galleries on February 28, 29 & March 1 starting at 11:00 a.m. for our three-day winter auction that will include historic ephemera, weapons, Asian antiques and designer items on Friday; fine art and antiques on Saturday; and 20th Century decorative arts on Sunday.Find out more »
The Cabin Fever Reliever is our annual show where we partner with local exhibitors to showcase all that the Maine outdoors has to offer. The show covers many of the different outdoor opportunities available in this great state of ours. Our target audience is families, and there will be lots for the youngsters to participate in, including: YOUTH AIR RIFLE RANGE, YOUTH ARCHERY SHOOTING, YOUTH FLY TYING! Best of all, admission is FREE.Find out more »
Join us Sunday, March 1st at 10:00 a.m. for the opening of our fourth annual exhibit of American landscape paintings. Visual arts portraying landscapes have been around for centuries and remain one of the most collected.
Whether created en plein air to capture the natural light and color in the area, or in a studio setting, each painting represents the artist’s interpretation of a specific scene or a detailed rendering of the landscape before them.
The University of Maine Cooperative Extension is pleased to announce that we are bringing back Maine Garden Day (after a five-year hiatus). This information-rich gardening conference will feature over 30 dynamic workshops presented by many of Maine’s renowned horticulture, agriculture, food security, and climate professionals, as well as educational and commercial displays.Find out more »