Music on the Mall: Back Woods Road – July 29 (7/29/2015) - Brunswick Downtown Association’s Summer Concert Series, presents FREE concerts Wednesday evenings at 6PM throughout the summer on the Brunswick Town Mall (Green -see map). July 29th’s concert features Back Woods Road, playing Bluegrass, Country and Americana. Back Woods Road is a highly energized acoustic band known for its tight harmonies, hard driving lead solos, and crowd-pleasing diversified choice of music and arrangements. […]
Brunswick Outdoor Arts Festival – August 15 (7/29/2015) - Join us for the the 9th Annual Brunswick Outdoor Arts Festival! Taking place on the sidewalks of Maine Street in Downtown Brunswick and on the Town Mall (green) from 9 am to 5 pm on Saturday, August 15. A Rain or Shine Event.This festival is designed to celebrate and foster an appreciation of the arts in downtown Brunswick and […]
Brunswick’s 2nd Friday ArtWalk – Aug. 14 (7/29/2015) - Brunswick’s 2nd Friday ArtWalk takes place on August 14 from 5 to 8 PM. Exhibits along Pleasant Street include the Curtis Memorial Library’s Morrell Room, Gallery Framing, The Gallery, Points of View Artists, and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. The church features “pop up” artists from mid-coast towns and musicians Sally Jarmusz, harpist, and the Jazz Alchemy. Each month will feature different musicians […]
Simply Social at Thornton Oaks – Aug. 18 (7/20/2015) - Our next Simply Social is scheduled for Tuesday, August 18th at Thornton Oaks, 25 Thornton Way, Brunswick. Please join us and plan to bring a friend to the BDA’s Simply Social networking event Tuesday, August 18th from 5 to 7 pm at Thornton Oaks Retirement Community 25 Thornton Way, Brunswick! To help us in planning, please […]
NEW Gateway Sign Installed (6/19/2015) - Carrot Signs? installed the NEW Brunswick Gateway sign on outer Pleasant Street today! The Brunswick Downtown Association commissioned the sign this Spring through a grant awarded by the Alfred M. Senter Fund. The BDA’s Design Committee, chaired by Claudia Knox came up with the design, which mimics the Town Hall signage on Station Avenue.