A blue tang fish stars in this summer’s biggest blockbuster, “Finding Dory,” continuing this week at The Harbor Theatre.
This week we have our final conversation for 2016 in our Talking Art in Maine series. If you’ve never had a chance to join us for one of these talks, don’t miss it. They are a pleasure. And, in this season of political drama, we open a political documentary that includes a number of players in the current political landscape and won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance. It is also already being spoken of as a top contender for this year’s Oscar.
The Damariscotta River Association will present its annual Midcoast Music Fest, a summer concert series taking place at 6:30 p.m. on both Thursday, July 14 and Saturday, July 16. This year’s festival lineup features Primo Cubano, the Jason Spooner Band, the Oyster Creek Fiddlers, and more. The public is invited to enjoy music, food (including oysters), and beer in the Darrows Barn at DRA’s Round Top Farm, 3 Round Top Lane, Damariscotta. The Midcoast Music Fest supports the conservation and education work of the DRA.
Along with a terrific period drama this week, we once again are showing the broadcast of the tennis finals, live from Wimbledon, on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Strawberries and cream, anyone?
The historic biopic “Genius” is playing through Thursday, July 7, followed on Friday, July 8 by summer blockbuster “Finding Dory,” featuring a tiny fish, this week at The Harbor Theatre.
All events are on Monday, July 4 unless otherwise specified.
The Medomak Valley Land Trust is celebrating 25 years of conservation with a special 25th-anniversary scavenger hunt for children throughout the region.
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Boothbay Civic Association will host its 30th annual celebration on the town common.
The public is invited to visit the historic St. Paul’s Union Chapel and Dutch Neck Schoolhouse in Waldoboro from 5:30-7:30 p.m., Friday, July 1 to enjoy a wonderful supper while helping to raise funds for the repair and preservation of these two buildings. Breaking somewhat with the traditional bean supper, the menu will also feature the best that Maine has to offer from the local waters and local kitchens. Traditional home-baked beans will be accompanied by lobster and haddock stew, clam souffle, chicken and other casseroles, as well as salads, homemade desserts, and beverages.
All of us at Lincoln Theater wish you and yours a happy July 4th. Remember, you can always catch a movie and then enjoy the fireworks!
The Maine Love of Recovery Music Festival will be held at Clark’s Cove Farm, 107 Ridge Road, Walpole on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 26 and 27. The aim of the festival is to bring awareness and education about the current opioid/heroin epidemic in Maine and the United States as a whole. This event is free to all and open to the public.
“The Lobster” is playing through Thursday, June 30, followed by “Genius,” starting Friday, July 1 at The Harbor Theatre.
It was 10 years ago that the mysterious Lady in the Red Cloak began leading lantern-lit walks, describing the history and mystery of in-town Damariscotta and Newcastle.
The Lincoln County Rifle Club will hold a special open house for women only from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 25 at the club’s facilities at 431 Main St., Damariscotta.