In this edition: 1) Get geared up for all the outdoor activities at the annual Maine Potato Blossom Festival in Fort Fairfield. 2) Feeling loony? The annual Audubon Loon Count is coming up – and you can help! 3) Going batty? Learn about bats in Caribou. Plus lots… Read More
    AUGUSTA, Me- Franco-Americans have enjoyed the support and friendship of Valéry Freland, a diplomat who has served for three years as the Consul General of France in Boston.  At a July 17, reception, the representatives from Maine’s Franco-American communities and state leaders gathered at a reception hosted by… Read More
PORTLAND– The Art Gallery on UNE’s Portland Campus is pleased to present the 2018 Department of Arts Faculty Show. From the metaphorical and conceptual to the literal and formal, this exhibition showcases artworks that challenge assumptions and perceptions across a variety of media including collage, ceramics, painting and photography as well… Read More
    On Sunday, July 29, 12-4 p.m., the East Blue Hill Village Association and East Blue Hill Library are hosting “The Village Street” house tour featuring seven private homes and three historic buildings on the main street of East Blue Hill. Enjoy tea and scones in our National Register… Read More
BATH– The Chocolate Church Arts Center presents Summer Saturday Concert Series on the Waterfront, Commercial St., from 6-7:30 p.m. Weather dependent. Free admission. Schedule: July 7 Matt Newberg (contemporary folk) July 14 Cold Chocolate (Americana, roots, bluegrass) July… Read More
    Seventeen years ago, Rod Picott dropped his tool belt, picked up an acoustic guitar and released his first album “Tiger Tom Dixons Blues”. The acclaimed debut put a nail in the coffin of his construction career and ignited his second career as a singer-songwriter. With his new album,… Read More