09/29/17 - 10/31/17 at All Day
At Portland Pie in Brunswick – Beginning Friday 9/29 and continuing through the end of October, you can purchase a small pumpkin to decorate while you wait for your order. $5 suggested donation – all proceeds go to the Brunswick Community Education Foundation!
10/28/17 at 12:00 am
Looking to learn the sport of a lifetime? Played before but haven’t picked up a racket in awhile? Adult Tennis 123 is perfect for you!
You will learn all tennis strokes over the course of a month. Session start the beginning of each month; choose from one of the following: Tues. 9-10am, Wed. 6-7pm, or Sat. 10-11am. Cost is $55 and includes free court time on the weekends, a free cardio tennis class, a free social tennis mixer, and more! There is an option to join fitness and yoga as well.
Right now there is a half price Groupon for Maine Pines Tennis 123: www.groupon.com/deals/maine-pines-racquet-fitness-1-3. Call 729-8433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. See you on the courts.
10/28/17 at 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Mid Coast Hospital will hold medication collections at the following locations on Saturday, October 28:
Drop off unused, unwanted, or outdated household pills, ointments, or drops at the community collection points listed above. Please, no needles or thermometers.
If you can’t make the collection date, Big Green Boxes for medication collection are always available in the Brunswick, Bath, Topsham, and Richmond Police Departments, as well as the Sagadahoc County Sheriff’s Office.
For more information, please call (207) 373-6957.
10/28/17 at 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
This is the Grand Opening of the Explore Tech: Engineers Make a World of Difference exhibit. The Exhibit runs through December 29, 2017. We will have engineering fun for all ages. At the Opening Event, visitors can:
Explore Tech: Engineers Make a World of Difference, a traveling exhibition for libraries, is part of the STAR Library Education Network (STAR_Net) led by the National Center for Interactive Learning at the Space Science Institute. Exhibit partners include the American Library Association, the Lunar and Planetary Institute, and Afterschool Alliance. Explore Tech is supported through a grant from the National Science Foundation. Co-sponsored by Cornerstones of Science.
10/28/17 at 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Bring your friends and family and tour our model homes and apartments. Indulge in a sampling of delicious seasonal dishes prepared by our own culinary team of chefs.
Stop by The Highlands Holden Frost House at 7 Academy Lane for information and a map. Come anytime between 11:00 and 3:00 pm.
10/28/17 at 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Celebrate Halloween while helping shelter animals! The Coastal Humane Society and Lincoln County Animal Shelter are holding a FESTIVE AND FRIGHTFULLY FUN Halloween bash, with all proceeds going to our shelter residents.
Boos, booze (cash bar), and light fare, plus the drawing of our $10,000 Cash Prize Raffle… Festive dress highly encouraged! Halloween events throughout the evening.
10/28/17 at 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
DETROIT – by Lisa D’Amour- The Professional Ensemble
October 12 – 29
Thursday – Saturday at 7:30
All tickets Pay-What-You-Want
A dark comedy by The Theater Project’s Professional Ensemble, directed by Christopher Price.
In a first-ring suburb just outside a city that might be Detroit, Ben and Mary see sudden signs of life at the deserted house next door and invite their new neighbors Sharon and Kenny over for a barbecue. As the action unfolds we learn that Sharon and Kenny met at rehab, neither is employed, and they don’t own a stick of furniture. The quintessential American backyard party quickly turns into something more dangerous—and filled with potential.
“A sharp X-ray of the embattled American psyche as well as a smart, tart critique of the country’s fraying social fabric, Ms. D’Amour’s dark comedy is as rich and addictively satisfying as a five-layer dip served up with a brimming bowl of tortilla chips.” —NY Times.
*produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service*
10/28/17 at 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
A rare reunion concert of “under the song tree,” a trio of three of Maine’s favorite singer-songwriters who have not performed together in over 10 years: Dan Merrill, Anni Clark, and Lynn Deeves. Their concert features acoustic guitars, flute, harmonica, a variety of percussive instruments, and stellar three-part harmonies.
In 2000 the trio got together and recorded a CD, “under the song tree LIVE.” The CD clearly demonstrates their talents as seasoned musicians and songwriters, and their strength as a trio of performers who are passionate about music. In 2002, NH’s Jam Music Magazine readers voted them “Folk Artists of the Year.”
Maine singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Lynn Deeves honed her early musical and stage chops on the New England, high energy rock scene and has since released 4 independent CD’s. After 17 years of singing in the top-40 club circuit, receiving Maine Female Vocalist of the Year, Lynn Deeves began writing her own songs with folk, blues, and gospel influences. Rich, soulful vocals combined with a sharp wit, and dynamic stage presence, have created a continually expanding NE fan base. The Portland Press Herald says “…5 star stage presence…this gal’s got a set of pipes…” Deeves has opened for Cheryl Wheeler, Janis Ian, Catie Curtis, Ellis Paul, America and many others.
Anni Clark is part folk, part blues, sometimes pop, but all parts original. For over 20 years this Maine native has pleased audiences nationwide with her captivating voice, mindful lyrics, and excellent guitar playing. She has received Female Artist of the Year on multiple occasions. Clark is a Maine native who has recorded seven successful albums and shared stages with international acts including Shawn Colvin, Richie Havens and Cheryl Wheeler. The Kennebec Journal wrote “what I love about Clark is that she can have you laughing one moment and close to tears the next with the honest emotions in her material.”
Dan Merrill creates intimate, honest lyrics and soaring vocals set to pop, funk, acoustic rock, folk and singer-songwriter styles. During his acoustic beginning in the 90’s, Dan won the coveted “Newfolk” songwriter’s award at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas in 1995. In 2000, in addition to playing with Under the Song Tree, he joined forces with the Pennsylvania progressive rock band, Simon Apple which yielded the band’s first U.S. Top 10 single in 2005 – “Hold Me” [Like A Lover] written by Dan. He was also awarded JPF (Just Plain Folks), “Male Vocalist of the Year.”. And now, it all comes full circle with Dan returning to his acoustic singer/ songwriter roots in his latest CD “Tomorrow to Yesterday”
Proceeds from the Concerts for a Cause series raises money for church programming and local charities.
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