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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.

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Pandemic Stories: Personal first-hand accounts

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

At the beginning of April 2020, New Brunswick Museum asked New Brunswickers to participate in our pandemic stories contest, “Calling all New Brunswickers.” A total of 77 participants shared with us personal first-hand accounts, recording their experiences during Covid-19.

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Your Leonardo: an art show by Eastport’s Italian artist Vittoria Chierici

The Commons in Downtown Eastport 51 Water Street, Eastport

Vittoria invites you look in a totally new way at Leonardo Da Vinci, the artist we know as the painter of the Mona Lisa — and so much more. This is a Debut of her "Your Leonardo” project and collection of paintings.

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Get To Know Saint John Walking Tour Series – Architecture & The Great Fire

New Brunswick Museum Exhibition Centre, Market Square, Saint John

The “Get to Know Saint John Walking Tour Series” presented by the New Brunswick Museum will take place every Thursday evening of the summer at 6pm and every Saturday morning at 11:30am.
On the afternoon of June 20, 1877 over 1,600 structures in Uptown Saint John were destroyed by what would come to be known as “The Great Fire”. This walking tour will explore structures that survived the blaze, some that were built after it, and how the event has shaped the city as it exists today.

$5.00
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Eastport Peace Vigil

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

WE MOURN PEACEFULLY & RESPECTFULLY ON WATER STREET. This is a weekly Peace Vigil in Memory of Black Lives lost at the hands of Police Brutality. We honor those lost […]

Eco-Anxiety and the Pandemic

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

Eco-Anxiety and the Pandemic, a free nine-week course will be held Mondays through October 5, via Zoom meeting. Speakers include: David R. Loy, author of Ecodharma: Buddhist Teachings for the Ecological Crisis; Newell Lewey, Passamaquoddy Language and Culture Manager, Wabanaki Public Health; Professors Ivan Fernandez, University of Maine Orono, Will Hafford, Unity College and Tora Johnson, University of Maine Machias. For more information and to register for all or part of the nine-week series of classes visit https://www.zendowneast.org/eco_anxiety_pandemic_course.html.

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