ORONO — Get ready for Stillwater Artsapalooza, a festival of performing and visual arts scheduled for 6-10 p.m. Saturday, June 25, in downtown Orono.
The new event will be everywhere. More than 40 artists will be found at a variety of venues — the Church of Universal Fellowship, The Store, Verve, Harvest Moon, The Roost, Maine Maven, the Town Council chambers, Woodman’s Bar and Grill, Ted Curtis Law Offices, Fiberphilia, the Orono Fire Department, Asa Adams Elementary School and the Keith Anderson Community Center.
Stillwater Artsapalooza is a fun-filled way to kick off the summer by seeing and hearing favorite local artists and groups perform or display their work.
Artists featured will include The Blast Addicts, Story Slam, Sanford Phippen, Blue Harbour, Old Town High School Jazz Combo, Velma, the University of Maine musical “Sweeney Todd,” Travis
Baker, Holly Twining, Bob Klose, the Park Street Pickers, Ency Whithill and James White, Lauren Onsrud, Daniel and Nathan Lesser and Yada Lee, Chris and Dan Crocker, Nancy Prisk, Beverly Antonitis, Orono High School Music Program, Musical Friends, Old Town High School Art students, Orono High School Drama Program, Old Town High School Drama Program, Jessi Sader, Orono High School Strings, Ann Ross dance students, Eva Szillery, Julie Miller, Cody Miller, Laura, Emily and Carolyn Artesani, John and Ginny Hackney, Janet Bilyk, Betty Carr, Esther Taylor, Rachel Betterly, Janice Hambelton, Orono Community Theatre, Good-Time
Sound, Hannah Cyrus, Annie Monroe, Greta Landis, Fariba Dayhim, Jim Chasse and friends, Molly Webster and students and many more.
For more information, visit http://stillwatercommunityarts.wordpress.com or
contact Cami Carter at email@example.com.
Stillwater Community Arts announced that key sponsors are University Credit Union, Bangor Savings Bank and Orono-Old Town Kiwanis for their generous support.