Come to the Orono Village Green on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. for the Summer Concerts on the Green Series. Aug. 21: Souled Out Souled Out – Based in the Greater Bangor area, Souled Out is a 6-piece powerhouse band featuring some of the areas… Read More
    Come to the Orono Village Green on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. for the Summer Concerts on the Green Series. Aug 14: Ukulele Sing-Along in the Back Yard Ukulele Sing-Along in the Back Yard – Join our ukulele group for a sing-along in the back… Read More
    Come to the Orono Village Green on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. for the Summer Concerts on the Green Series. Aug. 7: The Minor Characters The Minor Characters – a fun group sprouting from the love of Gypsy music inspired by Chris Guida, playing trad… Read More
    Come to the Orono Village Green on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. for the Summer Concerts on the Green Series. July 31: Swing Twist A community big band made up of Hampden/Bangor area musicians. Our mission is to not only provide some much needed “Chop… Read More
    Come to the Orono Village Green on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. for the Summer Concerts on the Green Series. July 24: New Shades of Blue New Shades of Blue:  Juliane and Christopher began playing together in college when they met as students in a… Read More
    Come to the Orono Village Green on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. for the Summer Concerts on the Green Series. July 17: The Gawler Family The Gawler Family – John and Ellen Gawler and their daughters Molly, Edith, and Elsie- and Bennett Konesni bring you… Read More
    Come to the Orono Village Green on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. for the Summer Concerts on the Green Series. July 10: Larry and Leslie Latour Leslie and Larry met and began singing together in 2000, and were married in May, 2005. They’ve influenced each… Read More
    ORONO — Come learn about Geocaching with Lois-Ann Holmes 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, June 7, at Orono Public Library, 39 Pine St. Find out how to get started and what is needed. There will be a presentation, photos to view, and time to ask questions. Read More
    A Travel Slam is like a poetry slam, where you can share stories and pictures of somewhere you have visited (in five minutes or less). Or you can just come by and enjoy tales of others’ experiences! You can bring in printed photos or photos on flash… Read More
    Have you traveled to far off places and would like to share your stories? If so, we would love to have you share 5-7 minutes on your travel experiences. It’s like a poetry slam, only it’s a TRAVEL SLAM.  Photos and any show and tell items are welcomed. Read More
    Calling all artists! A free, interactive, social, art-making event where people pair up randomly to create and exchange portraits. Everyone over 14 years old is welcome –not just artists. All mediums and skill levels are welcome. You’ll leave with a portrait of yourself and a story of a… Read More
    Let’s Talk About It: Points of View Book Group. A program from the Maine Humanities Council and the Maine State Library. The most recognized narratives of the Islamic world often come to Westerners in the daily news. The drama of conflict, chaos and war abruptly arrives… Read More
    ORONO — Travel to Madagascar vicariously with Samantha Le. If you are planning a trip to this island country, this is the best way to get suggestions and tips for a successful trip! Samantha and her family went on a week long trip and she has great stories… Read More
    Come as you are, but with 3 dozen baked cookies of course! Bake cookies to trade with your friends and comrades. Please bring a few extra so everyone can sample some while they sip hot cocoa, coffee and tea!… Read More
    The amazingly talented Cindy Jennings will be hosting a Holiday book art program at the Orono Public Library. Learn step-by-step how to re-purpose old books into holiday ornaments All supplies are provided and space is limited for this FREE class. Call the library at 866-5060 to… Read More
    Are you looking for tips and information on traveling to the Galapagos Islands? Join us for our Travel Tuesday program and travel via armchair, or plan your next trip. Karen Francouer will share photos and stories from her trip there. We would love to know if you plan… Read More