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5 Days of Cinco at Margaritas 05/01/24-05/05/24 at 3:00 pm to 1:00 am

5 Days of Cinco at Margaritas

Cinco de Mayo is around the corner
– This Cinco De Mayo week, we’ll be pulling out all the stops with an unforgettable % Day celebration beginning 5/1, featuring $4 Modelo drafts, Free Kids shirts, and Free Tacos on Sunday for the first hour.
Visit for details.
31st Annual Spring Walk to Build 05/05/24 at 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

31st Annual Spring Walk to Build

The annual Spring Walk to Build is Habitat 7 Rivers Maine’s largest fundraiser to support our mission to create successful homeownership opportunities for families with limited incomes by building sustainable housing and repairing and modifying existing homes.

Form or join one of the 21 teams registered for the event! For more information, contact Debbie Atwood, 207-504-9334 or

05/05/24 at 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

31st Annual Spring Walk to Build

WALK DAY: Sunday, May 5, 2024

Check-In: 1PM     Walk Begins: 2PM


The Grace Episcopal Church, 1100 Washington Street, Bath, ME 04530



Vertical Victory Project 05/05/24 at 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Vertical Victory Project

The Vertical Victory Project will entertain you with wonderful music and tell you how during World War II, the famed aircraft’s usual payload with several thousand pounds of bombs changed. Under special circumstances the B-17 doubled as a cargo plane for “G.I. pianos.” Also known as “Victory Verticals,” the instruments were parachuted to awaiting troops in what the advertisement terms “far places of the world — England, Australia, New Guinea, and elsewhere.”

Intended to lift troop morale, the 40-inch-tall Victory Verticals were identified by their military colors (olive drab, blue and gray), absence of front legs (deemed too delicate for the battlefield), and durable shipping crates. About 2,500 of the verticals were transported to every theater of war, including Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, and the South Pacific. They were played by a dance band in the Philippines, a special service unit in Alaska, and by performers from Bob Hope to violinist Isaac Stern as they toured on behalf of the United Service Organizations (USO).

Some pianos were air-dropped to the front line troops and some pianos were actually installed while submarines were being built.

The Brunswick Rotary Club is hosting a program on May 4 & 5 called “The Vertical Victory Project” and it will be presented by Dr. Garik Pederson, concert pianist, who has done extensive research on the program. He’s presented this beautiful program across the country and will be featured in an upcoming PBS special.

The concert will be held at the Unitarian Universalist Church, Pleasant St on Saturday, May 4 at 7:30pm and Sunday, May 5 at 2pm.

Attached is the flyer we’ve developed. At the bottom right is the QR code that folks can use to purchase tickets. Please note that General Admission tickets are $40 and Veteran tickets are $30.


OTTO Happy Hour 05/05/24 at 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

OTTO Happy Hour

We Are Open For Dine In!

Come Hang Out With Us and Your Friends For….

Happy Hour @ OTTO daily from 3 pm-5 pm

Free Slice with your first adult beverage!

-$2.50 High Life Drafts

-$5.50 Allagash White Drafts

-$5.00 House Wine Pours

-$7.00 House Margaritas

Feel Free To Call For More Details @ 1-207-406-2784

Open Sunday- Thursday 11-8, Friday and Saturday 11-9








Sense and Sensibility on the Bowdoin College Museum Steps! 05/05/24 at 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm

Sense and Sensibility on the Bowdoin College Museum Steps!

Come see Bowdoin students perform Sense and Sensibility on the Bowdoin Museum Steps!  Live music and FREE Gelato from Gelato Fiasco will accompany this performance. For this family friendly event, we encourage you to bring blankets and lawn chairs to spend time on the beautiful Bowdoin quad and watch some great theater as we celebrate the beginning of Spring!  The costumes are elaborate, and we even have a string quartet!  You won’t want to miss it! 

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