01/11/23 - 10/31/23 at All Day
MSMT's Turn Up the Limelight Campaign
In January, MSMT is launching the Turn Up The Limelight campaign. Our goal is to raise $500,000 by the end of the 2023 season. As a part of this campaign, we will be shedding some “limelight” on what it takes to produce Broadway-quality theatre in Brunswick, Maine with backstage tours, exclusive interviews with our annual and production staff, and inside looks at the MSMT production process. For more information please visit: msmt.org
02/01/23 - 05/31/23 at All Day
Bouquets to brighten someone's day
Edible Arrangements would like to offer you an opportunity to purchase floral bouquets at a great price-$20! Each Wednesday they receive a limited supply of bouquets that go unsold and would rather they be used to brighten someone’s day. Bouquets vary in variety (roses sometimes available) and size, and are on a first-come, first-served basis at their location at 2 Station Avenue in Brunswick.
The bouquets are wrapped only and are not available for delivery or reservation, but stop by and see if you can grab a bunch for someone who needs a floral uplift! Call or stop by for more information. See sample photos below
02/01/23 - 02/28/23 at All Day
Longfellow Days 2023
We’re back again with full programming after a two-year absence. Join us as we embark on a month-long celebration of Longfellow, poetry, and community. All events are free!
LONGFELLOW DAYS 2023
02/18/23 at 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Harmonizing with David K. North: Making Music to Change the World
On Saturday, February 18th, Rev. David K. North will present a choir workshop open to the public, and participants in that workshop will have an opportunity to provide music for our Sunday worship, at which David will provide a sermon with song. (It is not mandatory for participants to take part in the Sunday service.)
David North has been the Director of Mosaic Harmony, an interfaith choir in the greater Washington DC area, for 26 years. Mosaic Harmony, which is dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion, seeks to inspire audiences to embrace ALL people. “Think UU words set to black gospel music.”
David has been sharing his ministry in word and song his entire life. He has been the director of many musical groups, including the Southern Illinois University Gospel Choir; the Youth for Christ Fellowship Mass Choir of Washington, DC; the Metropolitan Community Church of Washington Gospel Choir; and David North and the Gospel Celebration. David has been singing and performing professionally for more than 50 years.
David has produced and performed on multiple recordings and has been a soloist at the Kennedy Center with the Men and Women of the Gospel. In addition, he has played the lead role of Oedipus in The Gospel at Colonus at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop and at the H Street Playhouse of Washington, DC. David feels a special calling to be a “bridge person” in interfaith opportunities, and he loves writing music that communicates peace, unity, and harmony.
To register, visit: https://forms.gle/tjUu3byF6oUQzXwC7 or contact email@example.com
Suggested donation: $20 (not prohibitive) can be paid at the door by cash or check.
02/18/23 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Jazz @ Lemont: 004
The Lemont Hall bringing some heat to your February with our 004 session of Jazz @ Lemont featuring the Titus Abbott Collective.
Jazz Pianist, Jed Wilson will join the ensemble playing our 1909 Baby Grand Piano that’s original to the room for this evening of jazz. You won’t want to miss this amazing event!
Titus Abbott Collective:
Titus Abbott – Reeds
Jed Wilson – Piano
Dan Klingsberg – Bass
John Suntken – Drums
Doors open at 7pm – please come enjoy the space with us then.
We will offer a selection of charcuterie, this event is BYOB.
Elevator Available for accessing the Lemont Hall on the second floor upon request
TICKETS HERE: www.eventbrite.com/e/jazz-lemont-004
02/18/23 at 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Do You Feel Anger by Mara Nelson-Greenberg
The Theater Project is proud to present Do You Feel Anger by Mara Nelson-Greenberg, directed by Christopher Price, running February 9th – 19th on the Theater Project stage! Do You Feel Anger is an absurdist comedy about the danger of a world where some people’s emotions matter more than others. It follows Sofia, an empathy coach, hired to work at a debt collection agency, and she has her work cut out for her. This show will feature talk backs after the Sunday matinees with HR professionals from Range Culture Co!
Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30 PM, and Sunday matinee’s begin at 2:00 PM. The show runs about an hour and a half, and is for mature audiences only. All TICKETS are pay-what-you-want and can be purchased on our website, www.theaterproject.com, 0r by calling our box office at 729-8584. You don’t want to miss this powerful show! CW: overt sexual harassment and unhealthy workplace.
02/18/23 at 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Valentine's Day Party
Maíz Brunswick will be having our monthly dance party, but this time, with the theme of amor! Feel free to come alone, or bring a loved one because we are running a special that you won’t want to miss out on! We are teaming up with Marissa – The Gluten Free Baker – to have a most decadent treat. You will have the option to choose between two types of dreamy cake, and a wine of your choosing to accompany it. It will be a sweet deal to get them as a pair, but of course you can get just one or the other if you prefer! So come join us for a romantic evening of specials and sway to the sounds of love provided by DJ Sergio!
This event will be free to the public!
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