Events for December 1, 2018
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Shop locally-made this holiday season. The event is free admission and open to the public, all ages are welcome, and refreshments will be served.
You'll find an assortment of affordable handcrafted works by: Sherry Ashby (woodcuts and painting), Lisa marquis-Bradbury (mosaics), Lisa Dellwo (Timberdoodlz notecards and gifts), Jolene Doran (Down East Fiber Gypsy, hats, mittens, eco-printed scarves, shawls), Heidi Herzberger (Artist and Herbalist with organic spices, teas, and plant pep fertilizer, and coloring books), Kristin Wheelock (Indigo Iris jewelry), and Shanna Wheelock (Cobscook Pottery, and fine art).
Artist Chantal Vincent will guide you in painting your very own handmade ceramic Christmas tree!Find out more »
The Eastport Arts Center will offer their popular annual ornament-making party on Saturday, December 1 from 1-3 pm. This year, participants are encouraged to wear their favorite ugly sweater to the party, where they’ll enjoy snacks and treats while learning some ornament techniques from instructors Ann Cannizzaro and Sue Riddle. Cannizzaro’s project will involved shell-bedecked miniature mirrors; Riddle’s will feature bejeweled hollowed-out egg shells.Find out more »
The Passamaquoddy Bay Symphony Orchestra (PBSO) concludes its fall season with three performances of ‘Classical Music in the Movies’: Friday, November 30 at 7 pm at the Eastport Arts Center; Saturday, December 1 at 3 pm at the Centre Street Congregational Church in Machias; and Sunday, December 2 at 3 pm at the Calais Congregational Church. The orchestra will present a unique program of symphonic music used in movies. Some of the pieces, composers and films include: Tchaikowsky’s Swan Lake (Anna Karenina) and Sleeping Beauty (Sleeping Beauty); Wagner’s Ride of the Valkyries (Apocalypse Now); Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #3 (Die Hard); Delibes’s Pizzicati (Babe); Rozsha’s Beauty and Grace (Diane); and Gluck’s Dance of the Blessed Spirits (Maid in Manhattan).Find out more »
Come down to Kelly's for a relaxing, sweet sounding concert by Fredericton's own Adyn Townes. Opening the night is our local troubadour Hayden Wiebe. At the place where endings become beginnings, you’ll find Adyn Townes. He turned a fall into the ocean and months of recovery into his jumping off point. His music is challenging. Alternative indie-folk with raw and honest lyrics. Like finding your feet just before you fall, his songwriting is the gravity that pulls you back to earth. Doors open 7pm, Show starts at 7:30, All ages, $10 Cover.Find out more »