BANGOR — The Maine Masonic College invites the public to its annual Celebration of the Arts and Sciences. Those attending will gain a new appreciation of Gothic Architecture and Medieval stained glass. This event will be held 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, May 19, at All Souls Church, 10 Broadway, Bangor. This edifice is a priceless example of Gothic revival architecture that arose from the ashes of the great Bangor Fire. Speaking will be two leaders in their fields: Professor Michael Grillo of the University of Maine, and Dr. James Haddix, retired All Souls minister, who also will conduct a tour of the church and it special windows.
Joining this event are seniors from The University of Maine’s Honors College who will share their honor’s theses experiences.
The only charge is $5 for the dinner, which will be served at noon. Those wishing to join in dinner are asked to make a reservation through the Grand Lodge of Maine Office: 843-1086.