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Event When Category Town
Bridge
Open to all, each Wed.; preregister
Wed, May 16, '18, 2:00 pm
Special Events Blue Hill
Haystack Summer Exhibition
Six veteran artists, thru 7/6, Wed., Fri.-Sun
Sat, May 26, '18, 1:00 pm
Exhibits Deer Isle
Mid-Century Deer Isle
Photographs of the life and landscape of the Island from 1950’s-1970’s.
Tue, Jun 12, '18
Exhibits Deer Isle
Bach Virtuosi Festival
Performing music of Johann Sebastian Bach and composers of the baroque genre, thru 6/24. Info: BachVirtuosiFestival.org
Sun, Jun 17, '18, 7:30 pm
Special Events Portland
Priceless Yard Sale
Grand reopening, where customer decides price. Handicapped accessible and pet friendly. Open rain or shine every Tuesday thru 8/21
Tue, Jun 19, '18, 9:00 am
Special Events,
Services
Brooksville
Farmers Night Market
With organic produce, poultry, prepared food, goat cheese, bagels, oysters, flowers, mushrooms, maple syrup
Tue, Jun 19, '18, 4:00 pm
Craft & Food Sales Deer Isle
Artist Presentations at Haystack
The Haystack staff will present their work at Haystack's Gateway Auditorium
Tue, Jun 19, '18, 4:30 pm
Lectures Deer Isle
Fisheries in a Changing Climate
Dr. John Hare, talk about potential changes in Maine's tfisheries
Tue, Jun 19, '18, 5:30 pm
Lectures Stonington
Visit with Friends Coffeehouse
Open to all older adults. Need a ride? Call Friends in Action at 664-6016
Wed, Jun 20, '18, 9:00 am
Special Events Blue Hill
Kids Pop Rock Concert
Featuring Bee Parks and the Hornets, an indie pop-rock band based out of Mount Desert Island. Observation bee hive will be provided to observe live honeybees at work
Wed, Jun 20, '18, 3:30 pm
Libraries,
Concerts
Blue Hill
Book Discussion
American Politics in the 21st Century. Authoritarianism, moderated by Howell Jackson. Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt's book, How Democracies Die
Wed, Jun 20, '18, 4:00 pm
Libraries Castine
Live Music
The Night & Day Jazz Trio featuring Steve Orlofsky on sax, flute and clarinet, Chris Poulin vocals and guitar, Joel Mann on bass
Wed, Jun 20, '18, 6:00 pm
Performing Arts,
Concerts
Blue Hill
Play Reading Group
To read Philadelphia, Here I Come! by Brian Friel. Inexperienced and experienced readers welcome. Last reading until fall
Wed, Jun 20, '18, 6:30 pm
Libraries,
Readings
Blue Hill
Lecture
Palestinian Professor Mazin Qumsiyeh to explore the importance of human and biological diversity
Wed, Jun 20, '18, 7:00 pm
Lectures,
Lectures
Brooksville
Pop-up Projections
Projections combine animation with historical footage from North East Historic Film Society. at Sunset. Also 6/22
Wed, Jun 20, '18, 9:00 pm
Performing Arts,
Films
Bucksport
Life Cycles; Writing Nature's Story
Join Ann van Buren and Tara Broderick for a workshop reading poetry and prose that explores life cycle in wilds of nature.
Thu, Jun 21, '18, 9:00 am
Special Events,
Workshops
Stonington
Farmers Market
Prepared foods, vegetables, seedlings, chocolate and more, every Thu.
Thu, Jun 21, '18, 11:00 am
Special Events Brooklin
Forest Farm Opening
With the Good Life Center for the season. Tour the Nearing's hand-built stone house, extensive library, stone-walled gardens and more
Thu, Jun 21, '18, 1:00 pm
Special Events Harborside
Third Thursday Music Gatherings
A series of monthly creative music gatherings will be held the third Thu. of the month
Thu, Jun 21, '18, 6:00 pm
Performing Arts Deer Isle
Book Discussion
Of third book in Bianca Goddard Mystery series, Death of St. Vedast by Mary Lawrence
Thu, Jun 21, '18, 6:00 pm
Libraries Ellsworth
The Importance of Being Earnest
By Oscar Wilde, also 6/24 at 3 PM. Call for reservations
Thu, Jun 21, '18, 7:00 pm
Performing Arts,
Theater
Brooksville
Treasures in Our Own Backyards
A show and tell on the treasures owned by area historical societies, the Wilson Museum and Castine Historical Society
Thu, Jun 21, '18, 7:00 pm
Historical Societies,
Spoken Word
Castine
The Importance of Being Earnest
Play by Oscar Wilde
Thu, Jun 21, '18, 7:00 pm
Performing Arts Brooksville
Book Reading
Author George Foy will read from Run the Storm: A Savage Hurricane, a Brave Crew, and the Wreck of the SS El Faro
Thu, Jun 21, '18, 7:00 pm
Libraries,
Readings
Blue Hill
Chamber Music
Open rehearsal for Festival Concert
Fri, Jun 22, '18, 9:00 am
Concerts Blue Hill


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