CulturePass is your window into the artistic and cultural richness of the greater international Passamaquoddy region including Cobscook and Passamaquoddy Bays and the St. Croix River.
Winter Warmer is a small intimate festival meant to help participants feel cozy in the midst of winter. It combines great music from both established and promising new artists in intimate settings often with the option of sampling a taste of something warm and delicious and washing it down with a beverage or two! With nearly a dozen performers at various venues around St. Andrews, you are sure to find a day and time that fits your schedule.
Eastport Arts Center’s Children’s Theater Workshop (CTW) will begin a new session on Saturday, January 11. The group will meet from 10-11:30 am, and be held weekly on Saturdays. Led by Mark Macey with assistance from Chris Grannis, the group will introduce young people to theater arts, including an array of theater games and exercises. The group will discuss interest in a possible production for this spring at EAC. CTW is free for participants, and open to children aged 7 to 17. Children younger than age 7 should be accompanied by an adult caregiver.
The Downeast Rainbow Alliance (DRA) in collaboration with UMM's Omicron Delta Pi (ODP) is pleased to announce monthly Inter-Generational Craft Time in Whiting. On 2nd Saturdays the DRA & ODP will be hosting a "bring your own craft" circle from 10 a.m. til 12 p.m. at Cobscook Friends Meetinghouse on Route 189 at the town line of Whiting and Trescott. The event is designed to foster community for LGBTQ+ people and Allies. This is an all ages event, with playtime for children, snacks for everyone and opportunities for playing music as well. Bring your knitting, sewing, mending, button maker, coloring or wherever you land in the crafty realm. This craft circle will be meeting on the 2nd Saturdays through the month of May. Any questions can be addressed to email@example.com
EAC’s Second Saturday Open Mic series continues on February 8, from 6-8 pm. Spectators and performers of all ages are invited to the family-friendly event, which is held downstairs at EAC. Opening act for February's event will be Lauren Koss, singing and accompanying herself on her baritone ukulele. The series began January 10 with diverse performances and an enthusiastic audience. “Our talented January musicians were Brandy and Ross Argir, Dan Cashore, Audrey Bradbury, Beth Goodliff and Rachel Bailey,” noted organizer, Alison Brennan. “Our spoken word people— Sam LaRusse, Valerie Lawson and Michael Brown—chose pieces from their own writings, stories and poems of their personal experiences which touched the hearts of the audience.”