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“A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline” at the Peterborough Players

A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline A musical about the legendary country singer by Dean Regan From small-town... Read More »

“A Wondrous Journey: Jonathan Fisher and the making of Scripture Animals”

Jane Bianco, Assistant Curator of the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, ME, will present an illustrated presentation on Jonathan... Read More »

“And Now, Mark Twain”

A delightful look at the life and work of America’s foremost humorist. This one-person play is full of... Read More »

“Brighton Beach Memoirs” By Neil Simon

Both poignant and laugh-out-loud funny, this coming-of-age comedy shows Depression-era Brooklyn through the eyes of young Eugene Jerome.... Read More »

“Burgoyne’s Campaign of 1777: The Second Stage” Bus Tour

This day-long bus tour includes Fort Ann, Fort Edward, Jane McRea’s grave, Bennington Battlefield, and more with historian... Read More »

“Fiber Works” Exhibit

ArtProv gallery’s newest show, “Fiber Works,” features the textile works of four artists: Liz Alpert Fay, Michelle Sirois-Silver,... Read More »

“Forst Along the Kennebec – Evening Lecture at Colonial Pemaquid

Lee Cramner, Maine Historic Preservation Commission’s Emeritus Archaeologist, highlights the importance of the Kennebec as a prime fur... Read More »

“Hold These Truths” at the Peterborough Players

Hold These Truths Inspired by the life of Gordon Hirabayashi; written by Jeanne Sakata In WWII Seattle, a... Read More »

“In Search of a World in Transition – Archaeology in South Berwick, Maine” – Evening Lecture at Colonial Pemaquid

Dr. Neill DePaoli, historical archaeologist, reveals more findings from his digging at the Humphrey Spencer home, tavern and... Read More »

“It’s All About ME” Shopping Weekends

There is plenty of shopping at the Kittery Outlets this holiday season. With over 120 famous name outlet... Read More »

“La Traviata” by Verdi, a Staged Concert Version

Opera Company of Middlebury presenta a staged concert version of Verdi’s “La Traviata” in the style of OCM’s... Read More »

“Lightning Strikes Twice” Evening lecture at Colonial Pemaquid

Native American cultural historian Ken Hamilton discloses how the Fort at Pemaquid was captured not once but twice... Read More »

“Our Work”

July’s Highlighted Artists at East Colony Fine Art Featuring Stoneware by Bob Roy and Oil Paintings by Rick... Read More »

“Out There” at Maine College of Art

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Faculty art shows at colleges and universities all over the universe tend to be wonderfully democratic yet wildly... Read More »

“Tell Me a Story” Juried Exhibition

Stories are how we understand and make sense of our complex world. Stories can be long or short,... Read More »

“The Circle” at the Peterborough Players

The Circle A comedy of manners by Somerset Maugham From the era of Downton Abbey, The Circle is... Read More »

“The Circle” at the Peterborough Players

The Circle A comedy of manners by Somerset Maugham From the era of Downton Abbey, The Circle is... Read More »

“The Granite State” at the Peterborough Players

The Granite State A World Premiere comedy by Charles Morey Chuck Morey’s comedy Laughing Stock, produced last season... Read More »

“The Great Outdoors” Photography Show

Gary Westerhoff, a fly fishing adventurer and nature photographer, returns this year to make a new narrated slide... Read More »

“The Indian Canoe Routes of Maine” – Evening Lecture at Colonial Pemaquid

7:30 PM. Lecture by David Cook explores the Native American light-weight canoe and the technical advantage it provided... Read More »

“The Labor of Liberty: Defending Independence in 1776″

Co-sponsored by the Living History Education Foundation, this week-long course for teachers takes a hands-on approach to learning... Read More »

“The Voysey Inheritance” at the Peterborough Players

The Voysey Inheritance A dark comedy by Harley Granville-Barker Edward Voysey, an idealistic young lawyer, is given a... Read More »

“War, Diplomacy and Power in 17th Century New England and Indian Country: Ninigret, the Niantic and Narragansett Sachem” Lecture

This event is a lecture by the authors of “War, Diplomacy and Power in 17th Century New England... Read More »

$2 First Friday

We strive to share the Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine experience with families who cannot visit during... Read More »

$42 Tickets at Killington

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Hot off my email inbox… If you ask me, $42 for a day of skiing at Killington is... Read More »

‘Fahim Speaks’, with authors Fahim Fazli and Michael I. Moffett

Join Gibson’s Bookstore as we welcome Fahim Fazli, noted Hollywood actor and acclaimed Afghan-American interpreter for the Marines,... Read More »

‘Wedded Bliss’ in Salem, Massachusetts

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Of all the types of art exhibitions — group shows, career retrospectives, recent work, juried competitions, survey shows,... Read More »



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