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Poems and Paintings

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Editors Note: This week we have a special treat. Along with two poems by Elizabeth Potter, we also... Read More »

Poetry for the Moment

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Last Friday, five poets gathered at the Chesham Church, the place of the art show, the place where... Read More »

Poetry of Claire Hersom

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Anadama Bread   Winter was the worst. The farm windows iced inside, wind howled down off the upper... Read More »

Poetry of K. A. Markee

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The Blind On Sundays too he would rise before dawn and brew a pot of coffee over the... Read More »

Pomfret Town Wide Tag Sale

Celebrate spring in Pomfret on Saturday, May 2nd with the 9th Annual Town Wide Tag Sale sponsored by... Read More »

Portland String Quartet

Spring arrives and the Portland String Quartet returns to the Opera House for their annual concert. Program to... Read More »

Portland String Quartet

Spring arrives and the Portland String Quartet returns to the Opera House for their annual concert. Program to... Read More »

Portraits in Conflict and Reconciliation

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If you’ve never had your portrait painted, you should. It is one of life’s enduring pleasures. I sat... Read More »

Portsmouth Museum Goes SugiPOP!

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Okay, I’ll admit it. I know nothing about Japanese anime (animated films) and manga (comics). And I know... Read More »

Post Season Ski Disorder

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Winter is suddenly over. There are three kinds of people. There are people who hate snow and never... Read More »

Practicing What They Preach

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When I was in public school in the early 1960s, art education was a redoubt of nonconformists. And... Read More »

Preschool Nature Camp (Ages 3-5)

Children will learn about the natural world by experiencing the wonder and beauty of the outdoors at the... Read More »

Pretty Tough Women at the Aldrich

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Though I have only been there twice, the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut, is one of... Read More »

Prints and the Prince of Prints

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Contemporary Collaborations: Artist and Master Printer at the Portland Museum of Art features fine art prints by 30... Read More »

Progressive Dinner via Trolley

A unique dining experience! Hop aboard the InTown Trolley for a moveable feast throughout the Kennebunkport area with... Read More »

Progressive Dinner via Trolley

A unique dining experience! Hop aboard the InTown Trolley for a moveable feast with stops and courses at... Read More »

Progressive Dinner via Trolley

A unique dining experience! Hop aboard the InTown Trolley for a moveable feast with stops and courses at... Read More »

Progressive Dinner via Trolley

A unique dining experience! Hop aboard the InTown Trolley for a moveable feast with stops and courses at... Read More »

Progressive Dinner via Trolley

A unique dining experience! Hop aboard the InTown Trolley for a moveable feast with stops and courses at... Read More »

Prohibition Repealed!

Celebrate the anniversary of the repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment on the beautiful grounds of Historic New England’s... Read More »

Prosciutto, Cheese, Honey Make the Day

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Depending on where you live in New England, you got either a big hype about “many, many inches... Read More »

Provincetown Comes to Boston

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Provincetown is terra incognita to me. I have visited this outpost of art and beach culture but twice... Read More »

Puddings, puddings, puddings

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We sat sequestered in the Sunday School room of the Charlemont Federated Church, three of us, twenty-seven glorious... Read More »

Pumpkin & Apple Celebration at Billings Farm & Museum

October 3 & 4: Pumpkin & Apple Celebration – Hands-on programs will highlight these two essential fall crops,... Read More »

Raid on Spell Hall/Nathanael Greene Homestead Revolutionary War Reenactment

Living historians and colonial artisans recreate an authentic military encampment and battle on the grounds of Spell Hall.... Read More »

rainy

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I have been dealing with some major lethargy on the outdoor pursuits front. It’s been raining so much... Read More »

Rangeley Friends of the Arts “Diva” show

Rangeley Friends of the Arts Presents DIVA. Rangeley’s own DIVAs will fill the Lakeside Theater with music and... Read More »



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