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Cow 05/11/22 - 05/14/22 at All Day


Showtime @ Frontier

Wed May 11 | 1pm
Thurs May 12 | 1pm, 4pm, 7pm
Fri May 13 | 1pm, 4pm, 7pm


Evening (5pm and after) | $10
Senior/Student/Matinee | $9

COW Theatrical Poster


Directed by Andrea Arnold
Genre: Documentary
1hr 34mins

Chronicling the daily life of a dairy cow in an attempt to move humans closer to them. Hoping to see both their beauty and the challenge of their lives. Hoping to understand one dairy cow’s reality and acknowledging her great service.

BDA Speaker Series: Behind-the-Scenes with Curt Dale Clark 05/12/22 at 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

BDA Speaker Series: Behind-the-Scenes with Curt Dale Clark

It’s Showtime!

Join us for the Brunswick Downtown Association Speaker Series featuring Curt Dale Clark, Artistic Director of Maine State Music Theater as our Speaker Series goes on the road to MSMT’s Rehearsal Space at 22 Elm Street,  5:30 to 7 PM. Registration and networking begin at 5:00, program: 5:45 – 6:30, Tours: 6:30 – 7:00. Masks are required at this event.

Discover the excitement that goes on Behind-the-Scenes of a theatre production at MSMT. From set design, costume creation and lighting to auditions and choreography, we’ll learn how it all comes together. $35 per person includes:

  • Refreshments: Heavenly house-made appetizers by OneSixtyFive  – Inn at Park Row – including charcuterie with Lakin’s Gorges Cheese Award Winning Rockwell Cheese, plus a schnitzel & noodle appetizer, technicolor spring rolls, and more! 
  • Cash bar available with wine, beer, basic cocktails and MSMT show inspired cocktail and mock-tail!
  • Q & A with Curt Dale Clark
  • Tours! This is your chance to see MSMT’s prop shop, costume shop, scenery room, welding and paint decks. Tour the recently renovated apprentice quarters.

Event Sponsors – Thank you!





Postponed from 2020: BDA Speaker Series presents Behind-the-Scenes with Curt Dale Clark and MSMT.

Pejepscot History Center's History Happy Hour: The Origins & Cultural Influences of French-Canadian Immigration 05/12/22 at 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Pejepscot History Center's History Happy Hour: The Origins & Cultural Influences of French-Canadian Immigration

Thursday, May 12, 5:30pm,

Pejepscot History Center, 159 Park Row.

The Origins & Cultural Influences of French-Canadian Immigration

We all know that many French-Canadian families came into Maine in large numbers in the 18th and 19th centuries, working in mills and other industries. Brunswick—like Biddeford, Lewiston, and Waterville, among other areas–was one of the largest concentrations of immigrants. But how much do you know about why those families left their homeland, and what being uprooted was like? Like most immigrants, they brought their culture and traditions with them. What were those traditions and how did they continue them in their new home? Digging into both USM’s Franco-American Collection archives, and resources at PHC, the University of Southern Maine’s Franco-American Collection Archivist Anna Faherty will share with us some of the preserved stories about the families who chose to leave and what they carried with them.

Click HERE to register today. $8 for PHC members and $12 for the General Public.


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