07/16/20 - 12/31/20 at 12:00 am
Virtually connecting our community through a curated selection of films, inspired by culture and art. Click HERE for a list of all current titles.
10/20/20 - 12/20/21 at 12:00 am
Inspired by the full-sized Nunatsiavut kayak given to the College in 1891 and on display in the museum gallery for over 50 years, this exhibit explores making and using traditional kayaks from Greenland, Labrador, and beyond. It features over 20 model kayaks and umiaks, as well as associated equipment, historic film and photographs, and the centerpiece of the exhibit, a full size replica of the 1891 Kajak created for this exhibit.
You can explore the full object-based exhibit, as well as various multimedia components, online. Recordings of lectures and other virtual events during the 2020-21 academic year will also be posted here, so be sure to check back.
11/15/20 - 12/24/20 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Come join us for a socially distant Holiday Craft Pop-Up in downtown Brunswick! Come support your local community and #shoplocal this Holiday season with wonderful gift ideas from some amazing local artisans!
Lemont Block (former Wyler space)
November 15th – December 24th.Tuesday through Sunday, 11 AM – 6 PM, closed Thanksgiving and Mondays!
Liz Prescott – JewelryRebecca May Verrill
Pretty Flours by Molly Thompson
Amy Smith of Blue Feet Studio
Rebecca May Verrill Pottery
Beth Thompson – Jewelry
Thread Tree Gifts
In addition we are featuring GoGo Refill from South Portland which has sustainably made, low-waste household items and offers:
The basement level will feature an Antiques and Vintage Pop – Up shop curated by Antiquities Refuge League by Deborah Mclean.
11/23/20 - 12/24/20 at 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Maine Made Photos – Iconic Maine landscape photography. Photos on canvas, large and small.
Plus a variety of other vendors:
Hours vary depending on the day and the weather.
12/20/20 at 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
We’re open! (In a slightly modified fashion.) The Skolfield-Whittier House was home to three generations of a prominent Brunswick family with careers in seafaring, medicine, and education. Closed and unheated for sixty years, the house remains in many ways as it was in 1925 when it was last occupied full-time. It has everything from the receipts used in the house’s construction in the 1850s to the 1920s spices in the kitchen pantry. The house’s seventeen rooms are viewed during personalized guided tours that provide an unparalleled glimpse into nineteenth-century upper middle class life in Maine.
Make the most of the holiday season by contacting us for a tour today. (207) 725.6606 or visit pejepscothistorical.org.
12/20/20 at 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Holidays are coming and going, there’s so much to do and really it’s almost impossible to get it all done when the world isn’t turned upside down much less the way things are.
We feel ya, friends. We miss going the Nutcracker, going to all the special little stores, carolers, store windows, Salvation Army Santas not to mention visiting our friends and family.
We’ll miss the cheery hustle and bustle of holiday shopping, its just not as much fun without the shopping bags and sitting down in a restaurant full of people an having an indulgent lunch after a day of holidaying…
There’s a lot to miss. But, as always there’s a lot to treasure as well, hopefully we’ll all find time to enjoy the magic of the season.
This Sunday were bringing you a bit of our own kind of afternoon magic…a restorative, rich chicken noodle soup with an Asian twist…. full of ginger, garlic, kaffir lime…(we’re using stewing hens from our friends at Apple Creek Farm, if you make soup, you really need to get your hands on one of these babies)…along side we have baked BBQ pork buns…(a favorite treat from childhood), a crunchy green papaya salad oh and some almond cookies and oolong tea.
Don’t feel you have to get dressed either (as if we’re still doing that)…just stop in in your jammies and get back home to wrap gifts or hang out on the couch…this is definitely couch food.
12/20/20 at 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Ying Quartet Beethoven Series
In partnership with Chautauqua Institution and the Eastman School of Music, the Festival is pleased to present the Ying Quartet’s online concert series of the complete Beethoven String Quartet cycle.
Beethoven Quartet Cycle Part II
How to Watch
Registering will give you access to all ten concerts, including:
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