Arts festival to feature more than 50 artists

Posted June 19, 2013, at 9:54 a.m.

ORONO — Stillwater Artsapalooza, a festival of performing and visual arts that involves more than 50 local artists, will take place  6-10 p.m. Saturday, June 22, in downtown Orono. Artists

will perform and display their work at 16 downtown Orono venues including the Church

of Universal Fellowship, The Store, Verve, The Family Dog, Parks Hardware, Thai Orchid,

Harvest Moon, The Roost, Bear Brew Pub, Orono Public Library, University Inn, DeGrasse

Jewelry, Orono United Methodist Church, the Keith Anderson Community Center, Orono Fire

Station, and Old St. Mary’s Church. Admission is free.

Artists featured at this event include Bangor Story Slam, Good-Time Sound, Ann Ross Dance, The Artesani Family and Friends, Old Time Machine, Daniel Lesser, Nathan Lesser, Sanford Phippen, The Six Basin Street All Women’s Dixieland Band, Colin Graebert, Thad Zimskowski, Jessie Walker, St. Huckleberry, Stillwater Community Arts Young Artists: Paige Bacon, Max Birgfeld Davis, Anna Ellis, Allison Elston, Lily Muscatell, Brooke Nason, Daniel Perkins, Natalie Smith and Rory Sullivan, The Hermon High School Treble Makers, Sunset Strip Band, Larry and Leslie Latour, Old Town Parks and Recreation, Kathi McPhee, Chris and Dan Crocker, Divisi, Joshua Trombley, Brass Menagerie, Orono High School-Orono Middle School Jazz Combo, The University of Maine Preschool, Paradigm Blue, Clara Ahn, Rosie Upton, Brandon Ross, Rich Kenefic, Jim Chasse, Kathleen Ellis, Francois Amar, Jason Canniff, Cheryl Daigle, Joshua Elwood and Megan London, Sunset Strip Band, Fiona Luray, Katie Quirk, Nancy Leavitt, Teddi Jann Covell, Hermon High School Theatre Program, Nestor Gonzalez and many more.

For information, visit stillwatercommunityarts.org or email Cami Carter at

stillwatercommunityarts@gmail.com.

The Orono Health Association and University Credit Union are sponsors of the event.

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