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Art Exhibition: A Healing Journey – Last Day to View

September 1 @ 8:00 am - September 30 @ 5:00 pm
Lubec Memorial Library 55 Water Street
Lubec, ME 04652 United States
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Free

Fran Corriveau's art exhibit, "Healing Journey" showing of 36 oil paintings is at the Lubec Memorial Library through the month of September. These paintings are chronologically displayed to portray her adventure as she learned to paint.

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1:00 pm

West Grand Lake Boat Tours

September 21 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Downeast Lakes Land Trust 4 Water Street
Grand Lake Stream, ME 04668 United States
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To celebrate this fall’s Great Maine Outdoor WEEK, Downeast Lakes Land Trust is hosting two boat trips on West Grand Lake! Join DLLT Education and Outreach Manager Colin Brown for a short trip along the “steamboat route,” and get a great look at the impact of landscape-scale conservation surrounding this beautiful lake. Climb aboard DLLT’s new pontoon boat, For Pete’s Sake – The ride will last a little over an hour, and passengers can bring food and drinks if they wish. The first trip leaves at 1 pm, and the second trip leaves at 2:30 pm. Space is limited to 8 passengers per trip, so reserve your spot today! To reserve seats for this special event, please contact Downeast Lakes Land Trust at (207) 796-2100, or email info@downeastlakes.org.

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6:00 pm

Sip ‘n’ Klimt (not your usual ‘Sip ‘n’ Paint!’) with Sue Riddle

September 21 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Eastport Arts Center (EAC) 36 Washington Street
Eastport, ME 04631 United States
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A Sip ’n’ Klimt event will be offered from 6-8 pm, Friday, September 21, at Eastport Arts Center. A riff on popular “sip ’n’ paint” events, organizer Sue Riddle conceived the event, “in the spirit of rebellion against all manner of fascism and artistic repression, but with wine, paint and humor.” Participants will create homages to some of Gustav Klimt’s paintings which were lost when retreating Nazis allegedly torched Schloss Immendorff, where the artworks were being held for safekeeping during World War II. Riddle invites artists of all levels, including total beginners, to join in for the event. “We will spend the evening sipping wine and recreating some of these lost treasures! Feel free to wear your beret, but all Gaulouises must be smoked outside.”

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