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Events - Jun 2 18

03/24/18 - 06/09/18 at 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Spring Slot Car Race Series

Come have some fun, a little friendly competition on the track, and meet a new group of friends.  Our second race series is about to begin.  All ages and experience levels welcome!  Stop in for more information or call us at (207) 729-9545.

05/31/18 - 06/03/18 at All Day

Men's National Tennis Tournament-Free

Come see some of the top ranked tennis players in the country in the Men’s 35 age group! Play begins on Thursday, May 31 and goes through Sunday, June 3. Admission is FREE! We will be running a raffle for massage, tennis rackets, and more on Saturday and Sunday, you just need to be in attendance to be entered.

On Sunday morning at 9 am Maine Pines will sponsor a free French Open Brunch during the finals of the tournament. Questions? Call 729-8433.

06/02/18 at 12:00 am

Voices in the Mirror

Wanna know what a teennager is thinking about? What they find important? What they think is ridiculous? You’d be surprised…most of the time. Come watch the antics of the Young Company as they turn their everyday trials and tribulations into hilarious sketch routines! The energy and laughs abound in this rollicking improvisational show written and created by them!

**(PARENTAL DISCRETION REQUIRED DUE TO LANGUAGE AND SUBJECT MATTER)

Directed by Karin Baard

Sponsored by: Morning Glory Natural Foods

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The Theater Project presents
The Young Company in
VOICES IN THE MIRROR
original sketch comedy by local teens
June 1, 2 & 3
Friday/Saturday at 7:30 pm
Sunday at 2:00 pm
Suggested $12
tix/FMI 729-8584 or
14 School Street, Brunswick
06/02/18 at 9:15 am - 10:00 am

Broadway Baby Class

Studio 48 Performing Arts Center is launching a new program for Toddlers starting the week of November 6, 2017.

  • Mondays- Twinkle Star Dance 2-3 pm,  Tumble Tots  3-4 pm  Petite Ballet (ages 5-8) 4-5 pm
  • Tuesdays- Creative Movement   3:45-4:30 pm
  • Wednesdays – Twinkle Star Dance  2-3 pm,  Tumble Tots 3-4 pm
  • Fridays –   November 10-December 22  ( 6 week program),   Fairy Tale Theater  1:20-2:30 pm
  • Fridays –  January 12-February 16, 2018  (6 week program),  Tiny Tot String Class   1:30-2:30 pm
  • Saturdays-  Broadway Baby Class  9:15-10 am 

To download a brochure, visit us on the web at www.studio48pac.com and on the home page download our brochure.

06/02/18 at 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Caribbean Carnival

Live music from Stream Reggae, Caribbean Food, Prizes for best costume

Tickets sliding scale:
CHILDREN UNDER 10 FREE
$5 STARFISH,
$10 CONCH,
$25 PUFFER FISH,
$50 SWORDFISH,
$100 ANGEL FISH

Proceeds to benefit the St. Paul’s general fund

www.stpaulsmaine.org

 

06/02/18 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Oratorio Chorale presents Cabaret

with singers from the Oratorio Chorale,
Sweetest in the Gale (SinG),
and Scott Wheatley, piano accompanist

Join us for an informal evening of music, with Chorale members performing solos, duets and small ensemble pieces—ranging from Broadway to opera, classical to jazz, and everything in between.

Be our guests at a reception during the intermission which will feature complimentary culinary creations from the Chorale.

TICKETS NOT REQUIRED.

Suggested contribution of $10 benefits the Chorale’s Carolyn Johnson Fund for outreach and scholarships.

06/02/18 at 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

UUCB Concerts for a Cause: JOHN GORKA

UUCB Concerts for a Cause:  JOHN GORKA
Unitarian Universalist Church of Brunswick

UUCB Concerts for a Cause is very proud to present the extraordinary singer-songwriter, John Gorka, on June 2nd at 7:30 at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Brunswick.

John Gorka, a contemporary American folk musician from Minnesota, is widely heralded for the sophisticated intelligence and provocative originality of his songs.  Rolling Stone called him “the preeminent singer/ songwriter of the New Folk movement” while the New York Times wrote, “Listening to John Gorka, one can get goosebumps all over. There are many reasons: fresh lyrics, a stunning emotional baritone, and his twisted humor.”

Gorka was inspired to become a folk musician in the early ’80s, while working (and living) in a coffeehouse frequented by artists who were at the heart of the ’60s folk revival. Godfrey Daniels, a club in Bethlehem, Penn., became Gorka’s folk classroom, as artists such as Tom Paxton and Stan Rogers crossed its stage, performing intimate acoustic music.

He generally mixes in a few songs by other songwriters, and maybe a cover or two of a familiar song, but it is his original songs that really stand out. He crafts his songs extremely well, covering a wide variety of subjects, based on people he has met and things he has seen. Some are fun and humorous, others have social commentary or tell emotional tales. He moves easily through many  genres, sometimes even mixing them.  He’s a great writer who knows how to put a tune to his tales. On stage, he’s very engaging, often interacting with the audience. On top of that he is a very fine guitarist, and his fingerpicking adds a great deal to the songs.

Over the years he has built a very impressive body of songs that makes this a must-see show. In addition to his 11 critically acclaimed albums, John released a collector’s edition box featuring a hi-definition DVD and companion CD called ”The Gypsy Life.” Windham Hill also released a collection of John’s greatest hits called “Pure John Gorka.”

Many well-known artists have recorded and/or performed John Gorka songs, including Mary Chapin Carpenter, Nanci Griffith, Mary Black and Maura O’Connell. John has graced the stage of Austin City Limits, Mountain Stage, etown and has appeared on CNN. His song “Where No Monuments Stand” is featured in the documentary Every War Has Two Losers, about activist and Oregon Poet Laureate William Stafford (1914-1993).

There are few contemporary songwriters that come anywhere close to the talent of John Gorka. His songs have a way of working on you long after you thought you had it all figured out. I will listen to a song that I know all the words to and can sing along with. but then one day sitting at a traffic light I realize that there was a whole other layer of meaning that I had missed.
Ben Wakeman, songwriter and host of Take Me To The Bridge podcast

Tickets are $22 in advance or $25 at the door. Available at the church office (729-8515), at Gulf of Maine Books, or ONLINE at https://gorka.brownpapertickets.com/

The UUCB Concert Series raises money for church programming and local charities.

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