The Bristol Area Library will host a Zoom event with award-winning Maine author Kate Clark Flora from 7-8 p.m. on Monday, April 12.
Marnie Sinclair, of Damariscotta, will share her journey about how she became a climate change artist in a Zoom presentation at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 21.
Bristol artist Sarah Lynn Richards opened a new gallery, showcasing watercolor paintings of horses and Maine wildlife, in downtown Damariscotta on Thursday, April 1.
Skidompha Library in Damariscotta is excited to announce two upcoming virtual classes for teens, made possible through generous funding from the Anonimo Foundation.
Stages have been dark for months around the state of Maine, and The Opera House at Boothbay Harbor has been no different. This April the historic performance hall will bring back live performances while continuing safety protocols such as socially distanced seating, open windows, and required masks for all patrons and staff. The first concert will be a fundraiser, in the Hootenanny tradition, with the inimitable Garry Blackman at the mic.
All are invited to the Damariscotta River Grill Wednesday, April 7 for the opening reception of the art of Sarah Fisher, Daisy Greene, and Mary Winkes.
Skidompha Library has three ready-made kits of books and media to share with kids of all ages in the community.
What can be done when the partisan divide of the evening TV news finds its way into the day-to-day flow of life? There are two choices: escape or tackle it head on. What if it was possible to do both at the same time?
Bristol Parks and Recreation is trying to raise $25,000 for a bronze cast of a sculpture by the late Cabot Lyford, of Pemaquid Beach. Peter Dransfield has offered to cast an enlarged bronze sculpture of a heron originally carved by Lyford for Pemaquid Beach Park.
The Waldo Theatre will present the next in its series of virtual performances at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 11 with a concert by the Gawler Sisters, a fun-loving, folk-singing, fiddle-playing family from Maine. The show will be broadcast live in real-time from The Waldo stage.
Like many people, I have a favorite Fernald’s sandwich that I will defend most ardently. The best example of this was in late December, when I concluded an interview with voice actor and Nobleboro native Steve French by arguing that the Avenging Samurai was better than the Sum Likes It Hot. (We ended by agreeing to disagree.)
The Good Supply in Pemaquid will host a series of winter and spring ceramic workshops led by award-winning ceramics artist Tim Christensen of Roque Bluffs.
The Water Street Kitchen & Bar closed for the month of January, but it reopened just in time to be a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner destination.
The colorful watercolors and oil paintings of New Harbor artist Peggy Farrell are on display at Bristol Area Library through early March.
Working tirelessly to help poverty-stricken children and families in Maine, nonprofit Veggies to Table and SH Modern Art have partnered in hopes of decreasing the staggering number of children who rely on the school system for their next meal.