Events for October 26, 2019
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Eastport Arts Center will present Halloween Houses, a children’s workshop with Sara Myrick, on Saturday, October 26 from 10:30 am-12:30 pm. Using a variety of upcycled materials, which is a passion of instructor Myrick, participants will be able to craft their own house and grounds, decorated as they choose—spooky or just autumnal. Cardboard, colored paper and tissue paper, seasonal decor and adhesives will be used to create the structures.Find out more »
Local artist barbara toothpick will present One-Woman Show With Alan on Friday, October 25 at 7 pm, and Saturday, October 26 at 3 pm, at Eastport Arts Center. Featuring 17 costume changes, three life-sized effigies, original music and paintings, toothpick’s show depicts her quest for what she can trust in an ever-changing world. Toothpick describes the show as “a romp” and notes, “It’s not preachy and telly, it’s showy and do-Eeeeeee!” It is directed and produced by Sarah Dalton-Phillips and Helen Swallow. Toothpick’s quest encompasses her reflections on the body, the solar system, poetry, visual arts, “the stern patterning of music,” her learning to become a team with mate Alan HorseRadish and raising children, and her view of all individuals. The multidimensional show will evoke “the delightful roller coaster road” she and Alan have traveled in pursuit of their artistic creations.Find out more »
The St. Andrews Arts Council and Dominion Hill Country Inn are pleased to present “I’m Not What I Seem,” Live Bait Theatre’s new musical tribute to Cape Breton’s First Lady of Song, Rita MacNeil on Saturday, October 26.
This celebration of MacNeil’s music features Jennie Del Motte, Heather MacIntyre, Carley Varner-Joudrey and New Brunswick’s Queen of the Blues, Theresa Malenfant, performing over twenty of the singer-songwriter’s songs. The show features well known hits like “Working Man,” “Flying On Your Own,” and “She’s Called Nova Scotia,” as well as a number of lesser known songs.Find out more »
“Hiroya Tsukamoto takes us to an impressionistic journey ” -Boston Herald. Enjoy Hiroya's music in the intimate setting of a house concert. A "kitchen party," potluck, and outstanding guitar and vocal music with stories too. This is Hiroya's first visit to Lubec - if we can fill the Saturday concert he'd like to do another on Sunday. Let's make it happen!