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    Through July and August, come to the Teen Room every week and enjoy a different anime. If there’s an anime you’d like to watch in August, please email your suggestion to staylor@watervilelibrary.org Thursday, July 19, 4-6 p.m.: Ouran High School Host Club (Episodes 1-4)… Read More
    All interested voters are invited to an informal meet-up with candidates. Admission is free. Cash bar. Confirmed to date: Zak Ringelstein for U.S. Senate, Laura Fortman for State Senate (Lincoln County minus Dresden plus Washington and Windsor), and Natasha C. Irving for District Attorney, District 6… Read More
    Directed by Ben Layman  Ten Bucks Theater is proud to announce this year’s selection for our annual Shakespeare Under The Stars event is “Macbeth”. The infamous tragedy explores Macbeth’s rise from celebrated war hero to his bloody and brief reign as King of medieval… Read More
    Phat Burger Deluxe is a new and improved hard driving Bluegrass recipe formed from the leftover ingredients of prior Bluegrass, Country, Rockabilly, and Blues bands. From unparalleled instrumentation and explosive stage energy, to astounding vocal diversity and song selection, Phat Burger Deluxe has the flavor that will satisfy… Read More
    STONINGTON — Since its Portland debut in 2016, the Portland Piano Trio featuring musicians Annie Antonacos, Tracey Jasa-Hardel and Ben Noyes has entertained and inspired audiences throughout New England, having appeared at numerous chamber music series, including Back Bay Contemporary Music Festival, First Fridays at First Parish, and Portsmouth… Read More
    BLUE HILL– Tongue in Cheek Jazz Band is Baltimore’s premier hot jazz band that honors both tradition and innovation in this classic music. Join the Bagaduce Music Library on Thursday, July 19 at 7 p.m. at the BMLL Performance Hall, 49 South Street. This tour will… Read More
    Author Elizabeth Garber on her book “Implosion: A Memoir of an Architect’s Daughter”, which focuses on a family caught between modern architecture, social change and madness in the turbulent 1960s. Read More
    A line up of musicians play a program of 19th century music, anchored by Schuberts’s masterpiece. Violin virtuoso Geoff Nuttall,  is joined by Livia Sohn and Pedja Muzijevic, and making their Bay Chamber debuts, violinist Mark Holloway, Icelandic cellist, Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir, and First Prize winner of the 2014 Sphinx Competition and… Read More
    Feeling lost in the shadows of marriage and post-WWI society, two London housewives rent a villa in Italy for a ladies-only holiday, reluctantly recruiting a pair of difficult upper-class women to share the expense and experience. Under the Mediterranean sun, the women clash, bond and bloom, ultimately finding… Read More
    BANGOR — St. John’s Organ Society celebrates 26thseason with summer organ concerts on Maine’s largest 19th-century mechanical-action pipe organ, E. & G. G. Hook’s magnificent Opus 288.  These concerts are on Thursday evenings at 7:30 at St. John’s Catholic Church, 207 York St., Bangor.  Admission is free, but… Read More
    “The Irish…and How They Got That Way” is an uplifting musical celebration of all things Irish throughout the tumultuous 20th and 21st centuries through the eyes of Pulitzer Prize winning author, Frank McCourt (“Angela’s Ashes”, “‘Tis, Teacher Man”). McCourt’s razor-sharp wit, coupled with his trademark bitter irony, and… Read More
    On Thursday, July 19, watch “Early Man” under the stars on a giant inflatable screen. Be at Knowlton Park amphitheater at sunset at about 8:20 p.m. Parking is limited so please walk, bike or ride share. We will have hot buttered popcorn, soda, and candy at the concession… Read More
    Come to the Brewer Public Library for our weekly knitting social. Bring your own yarn projects of any sort and socialize in our comfortable conference room. Experienced or new knitters, crocheters, or needle-workers welcome! Call the Library at 989-7943 with any questions or for more information. Read More