CULTUREPASS EVENTS

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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Bottle & Can Drive for Lubec Library

Lubec Lyons IGA 82 Washington St, Lubec

Redeemable drive for Lubec Memorial Library

Turn your bottles and cans into BOOKS!  

When you bring your returnables to Lyons IGA - please ask them to put the money into the library's envelope.   

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Sunbury Shores Call for Board Members

Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre 139 Water Street, ST. Andrews

Sunbury Shores Board of Directors Invites Expressions of Interest for New Members
“Integrating arts and nature to enrich, challenge and inspire.”

Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre Inc. is accepting expressions of interest for membership on our Board of Directors. Our volunteer Board steers the Centre, ensuring adequate resources to advance the SSANC mission through sound governance and financial management policies. More than ever, our organization and constituents realize the importance of art and nature for our collective well-being. We are seeking like-minded individuals to help lead our organization through these uncharted waters.

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Community Pumpkin Display at Eastern Maine Images

Eastern Maine Images 28 Water Street, Eastport

The shelves at the gallery are ready for pumpkins to be displayed!! 

I will start taking any carved pumpkins October 22nd and put the lights in them if anyone would like to drop one off, and they will be lit up every night through November 2nd.  This is the 4th annual Community Pumpkin Display and will be the last at this location - so join us in lighting up Water Street this halloween!   

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Objets Nonpareils Exhibit – Fine Craft Show

Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre 139 Water Street, ST. Andrews

Sunbury Shores is hosting an exhibition: "Objets Nonpareils", a celebration of Craft Year 2020 featuring 33 New Brunswick artisans.  Opening reception on October 2 and showing through November 7. 

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Unlearning Racism

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

In this free, online course, we will explore and confront our history and beliefs to build understanding and begin the process of unlearning racism.
The concept of race was developed in the 19th century as a way to separate people into groups, highlighting their differences. This concept created a hierarchy where some people were valued more than others and lead to some of the worst abuses in our history: slavery, Jim Crow, and White Supremacy; the genocide of Native Americans; the “Yellow Peril” and anti-Asian laws; and the anti-immigration fear and bias against LatinX and Muslim peoples.