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From a Woman’s Perspective 2018

Where:  Richard Boyd Art Gallery

15 Epps Street
Peaks Island, Maine

When:  Through Saturday 09/29/18

What:  Annual Art Exhibit by a Group of 6 Multi-Generational Women

Price:  Free

“Creating Visual Art Gives Women Another Voice”

Pam and Rick



Dahlov Ipcar:  Blue Moons & Menageries

Where:  Bates College Museum of Art

75 Russell St
Lewiston, Maine

When:  Through 10/06/18

What:  Art Exhibit

Price:  Free

“Drawn mostly from private collections, this exhibition presents a wide array of paintings, prints, and sculptures by one of Maine’s Best-known artists.”

Bates Museum Web Site



Art of the Spheres:  Picturing the Cosmos since 1600

Where:  Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education

314 Forest Avenue
Portland, Maine

When:  Through 10/09/18

What:  Works of Scientific investigation and works intended for popular and pedogogic instructions

Price:  Free

“Since antiquity, astronomers have relied on art to understand and interpret the cosmos, and to communicate their knowledge to others.”

Osher Map Library Website



Maine Outdoor Film Festival

Where:  Talbot Auditorium

88 Bedford St
Portland, Maine

When:  09/29/18; 10:30 AM -8:00  PM

What:  All day independent film festival with a range of topics and length

Price:  $5.00 per movie or $10.00 all-day pass

Moff (Maine Outdoor Film Festival) mission is to:

*Be and Outlet for Maine Filmmakers’ Creativity

*Bring Outdoor film programming to Maine people where they live

*MOFF’S proceeds support youth in the outdoors

MOFF Website






What the World Needs Now: A Burt Bacharach Songbook

Where:  University of Southern Maine Corthell Concert Hall

37 College Avenue
Gorham, Maine

When:  09/28/18; 8:00 PM

What:  Faculty Music Concert

Price:  $15; $10 for Seniors

“Hear voice faculty in the School of Music, Mary Bastoni, sing the “timeless” songs of Burt Bacharach”

Full all-star band backing her up on sax, trumpet, trombone, violin, guitar, bass, and piano.

University of Maine School of Music Website




Little Shop of Horrors

Where:  The Portland Players

420 Cottage Road
South Portland

When:  Through 10/07/18; 2:30 Sunday Matinee

What:  Musical

Price:  $20; $18 for Seniors

“Come hear an R & B singing carnivore intent on global domination.”    A riot of fun!

The Portland Players




Where:  Mayo Street Arts

10 Mayo Street
Portland, Maine

When:  09/29/18; 7:30 PM

What:  Puppets singing Lerner and Loewe on a Miniature Stage

Price:  $12 General Admission; $20 Preferred Seating

Watch puppets on a miniature stage sing the songs of Lerner and Loewe by a trained opera singer doing all the roles while representing the puppets!




Bringing Nature Home

Where:  Auburn Public Library

49 Spring Street
Auburn, Maine

When:  Wednesday, 10/03/18; Noon

What:  Talk on Restoring Native Food

Price:  Free

Eric Topper, Director of Education, will give a talk that “explores plants, practices, and perks involved in restoring native food webs in our gardens, yards, and communities.”

Auburn Public Library Website




Out of Town Festivals

Cornish Apple Festival

Where:  Thompson Park

2 High Road
Cornish, Maine

When:  09/29/18; 9:00 AM-4:00 PM

What:  Music, Food, Arts and Crafts

Price:  Free

“50-vendors offering jewelry, art, photography, crafts, wood products, goodies, apple and non-apple cuisine.”  And featuring entertainment from local performers.

Cornish Apple Festival Website



Pints on the Pier

Where:  Maine Maritime Museum

243 Washington Street
Bath, Maine

When:  09/29/18; 5:30 PM-8:30 PM

What:  Beer Tasting from multiple Vendors; Food Trucks; Sunset on the River

Price:  $40 Museum Members; $50 Non-Members; $55 At the Door

“Sample brews and enjoy music watching the sun set over the Kennebec River.”  Food trucks for your enjoyment.

Maine Maritime Website



Freeport Fall Festival

Where:  Main Street

Freeport, Maine

When:  10/05/18-10/07/18; 11:00 AM-4:00 PM

What:  Multiple Activities

Price:  Free

Not only is there outlet shopping and LL Bean’s in Freeport—there’s also the annual Freeport Fall Festival which offers a juried art show; music; activities; food; and a very competitive chowdah challenge.