09/09/22 at 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Help kids in the communities of Brunswick, Bath Harpswell, and all of Sagadahoc County by forming a golf team at your company, school, organization, or with family and friends at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bath/Brunswick‘s Big Swing. Mulligans and strings to purchase, and chances to shoot for a Hole-In-One prize. Register your team at www.bbbsbathbrunswick.org/big-swing.
09/09/22 at 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Points of View Artists close their 2022 season with Full Color, a group exhibit in diverse media that celebrates the role of color and pattern in art – and reflects the vibrant colors of our Maine autumn. Reception: Friday, September 9, 5-7 pm. Gallery location and hours: 18 Pleasant Street; 9 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday. FMI: povartistsmaine.com; 207-373-9300
09/09/22 at 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Join us on Friday, September 9 to celebrate the opening of The Frappe Shoppe! After the celebration, try one of their thick and creamy frappes in a variety of flavors that are sure to bring sweet memories! ust around the corner from Keith Field’s Goldsmith you’ll find Brunswick’s newest hidden secret… The Frappe Shoppe! Officially located at 147 ½ Maine Street and built into the side of Keith Field’s building, owner Jamie Alexander has seen a 10-year dream come to fruition in downtown Brunswick.
Learn more about The Frappe Shop in our Membership Blog: brunswickdowntown.org/bda-membership-news-updates
09/09/22 at 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Brunswick’s Downtown ArtWalk!
Please join us as we take advantage of Brunswick’s wide sidewalks to host a variety of artists and musicians, and entertainers, for FOUR 2nd Friday ArtWalks. See the art and meet the artists along Maine Street and beyond, visit our unique and artistic shops, and enjoy Brunswick’s many outside and inside dining opportunities! Event festivities will include an ArtWalk with artist displays outside on the sidewalks and in several downtown galleries, retail shops, and restaurants.
2022: 2nd Friday Brunswick will occur from 4 to 7 p.m. on June 10, July 8, August 12 and September 9. Artists interested in participating in 2nd Friday Brunswick can register for a small fee at events.constantcontact.com/register/. Email email@example.com or call 207-729-4439 with questions.
September features music and performers at The Tontine!
Businesses hosting artists:
The Mix – Featuring the work of Nancy Keenan Baron, Douglas Kanes, Jesse Weary. Also hosting the Eight Balls Band as The Mix Rocks The Block!
Bayview Gallery – presents Ode to the Land, an exhibit celebrating that much of our State is farmland, forest and countryside. Significant artists, from Marsden Hartley to Neil Welliver crafted their timeless imagery based on the verdant forests, majestic mountain vistas, and working farms of the state’s interior. Many of our Gallery artists follow in this tradition, meandering from town to town capturing the magnificence of the Land on their canvases. Our latest themed exhibit features a selection of paintings made during their travels.
Barter Art House – Matt Barter New work! Landscapes, figurative paintings, and sculptures of fishermen, 68 Cumberland Street.
Grampa’s Garden – Storytelling in the garden with Brunswick storyteller Phyllis Blackstone. Folktales & Fun Tales for Families.
Points of View Artists – Artist Nancy Marstaller is back in the Garret Gallery with her inventive and colorful flags that celebrate life. Her small studies on fabric and paper invite introspection and bring a sense of calm. When strung together, Nancy’s flags tell stories of wonder, hope, joy and love. August 1 through August 26. Reception: Friday, September 9 , 5-7 pm. Gallery location and hours: 18 Pleasant Street; 9 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday. FMI: povartistsmaine.com; 207-373-9300
Lemont Block Collective – A community collective, featuring amazing local Maine-based artists and makers. Open until 7 PM.
Root Rind & Petal – Hosting Rachel Horton White, a clinical hypnotherapist, mindfulness teacher and intuitive guide who has helped transform the lives of hundreds of clients worldwide. Rachel’s recent book, Tools for the Awakening Soul: A Guide to Activate Your Intuition and Uncover Your Life’s Purpose, supports spiritual seekers in uncovering their soul gifts with easy-to-use tools on becoming their highest and best selves. It is a unique guidebook offering simple ways to let go of old patterns and beliefs that can hold us in life. Meet Rachel during 2nd Friday Brunswick on September 9th -8 Pleasant Street.
Frank Brockman Gallery – Exhibition Collective
Curtis Memorial Library – Margret Leonard, Artist, Harpswell, Maine – Opening Reception during 2nd Friday, 5-7:00 pm. Morrell Meeting Room Gallery.
Music & Theater on the street:
The Theater Project – Adult Improv Troupe hosts a family friendly improv 30 minute shows at 4:30, 5:30 & 6:30 pm in front of The Tontine & Cool As A Moose, Maine Street.
Liza May – Liza May brings a stylized dance fusion of hiphop, modern, & prop manipulation. A reminder of the power we can have when we embrace our bodies w/o judgement or boundaries. Liza also uses props such as fans, hoops & buugeng, which are popular in the festival & carnival scene for their eye catching colors and tracing effects. 4:00 & 5:00, in front of The Tontine & Cool As A Moose, 128 Maine Street.
Northern Lights Strings – Solo Violinist at the corner of the Lemont Block Collective
Noah Pulsifer: Noah is an 8th grader at Mt. Ararat Middle School and has been performing magic for 6 years, 5;50 PM at The Tontine.
Woodside One-Wheelers – Performing at 5;00 at The Tontine
Off Their Rockers – An eclectic rock-and-roll band supporting non-profits and having fun. In front of Bank of America, 110 Maine Street.
Pop-Up Artists on the street:
Mere Point Solei: Specializing in premium, non-toxic candles. We use a natural soy and coconut wax blend, cotton braided wicks, and the finest essential oils.
Bill Guddeck On the Spot Poetry: You provide the prompt or select one from the hat and I’ll hand craft for you a poem on old-fashioned typewriter.
Ladies of the Light Lampshades: Recycled, Rescued Repurposed pillows & lampshades.
Greg Mason Burns Paintings: Abstract and representative, landscapes, studies, still life, acrylic and watercolor.
Anne’s Accessories: Fun earrings, pins, art and colorful resin charms.
Hilary Olson: Metal garden sculptures and trellises, forged kitchen utensils, hooks, candles holders and wood burnings.
Jeanelle Demers: Custom pet portraits by commission, to immortalize memories of the special animals in people’s lives.
Karl Saila Fine Art: prints and note cards.
Linda Gerard: Custom watercolor portraits from your own photos, cards and prints.
Sidney Santerre: Creating vibrant and imaginative pieces ranging from stickers, prints, illustrations, and paintings.
Inside Firewood: Organic wood sculpture: Finely carved and polished gnarly chunks of Maine hardwood.
Leon Vanella: Fine art photography featuring wildlife, abstracts, object studies.
Jewl Designs: Beaded earrings, Cobachon Necklaces and Bracelets; Terracotta Pots that look like Gnomes; Pizza pans that are decorated as wall hangings.
Ink Cap Illustrations: Prints and stationery featuring artwork with focus on nature and folklore with emphasis on fine bold lines and color, ranging from scientific mushroom studies to characters of folklore.
Earthly Treasures by Deborah Kashdin: Mostly one of a kind hand fabricated silver and stone jewelry.
Ethan Landry: Ethan has won student shows at Center Street Art Gallery in Bath; Ethan mostly does abstract, acrylic on canvas.
Hallow Darkfrost: Art prints, accessories, stationery, and more featuring my original dragon designs inspired by fantasy and real life.
Author Matt Cost: Meet Local author Matt Cost of the “Mainley” Mystery series set in Brunswick as well as other history stories.
Living Lines Illustrations: Hand-drawn, nature based, empathy building imagery – Educational coloring books, garlands, stickers, shirts and more.
Handmade Crystal Jewelry, Leah Robinson: Wire wrapped crystal earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings.
Cosmic Love Designs, Leah Hayes: Lightweight, vegan, and sustainable earrings made from cork fabric in fun designs and colors.
Emily Elliott: Vivid Maine sunrises, local landmarks, colorful wildlife close up, both photographs and oil paintings by a Maine native.
Amy Lewis Photography: I am a natural-light portrait photographer specializing in taking memorable photos with families, couples, kids, seniors and more!
Beautiful Warmth, Allyson Eller: Beautiful hand-knit wool hats, scarfs, shawls, mittens, and sweaters. I specialize in lace multi-color patterns and only knit with the softest yarns!
Author David Treadwell: Book: “A Flash Fiction Exchange Between Methuselah and the Maiden: Sixty Stories to While Away the Hours.
Pamela B Shockey: Paintings
Downstream Designs: Photo Greeting Cards and Canvas Prints with photography.
Thanks to our sponsors for their generous support!
09/09/22 at 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
JDP is a program for junior high and high school players of all levels. JDP at Maine Pines meets three times a week and offers a combination of drill, instruction, and play. Tuesdays and Thursdays will be for drill and instruction; Fridays will be for match play with coaching. Participation in the JDP program includes a Junior Membership and discounts on tournaments, leagues, and individual instruction, as well as junior club tournaments. This program is perfect for the junior player who aspires to play high school or college tennis. Age exceptions can be made depending upon ability.
Meets Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. High School 4:00-5:00pm / Middle School 4:00-5:00pm
09/09/22 at 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Points of View Artists close their 2022 season with Full Color, a group exhibit in diverse media that celebrates the role of color and pattern in art – and reflects the vibrant colors of our Maine autumn.
Reception: Friday, September 9, 5-7 pm.
Gallery location and hours: 18 Pleasant Street; 9 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday
FMI: povartistsmaine.com; 207-373-9300
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