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The Eastport Gallery, Eastport ArtWalk and Eastport Elementary School are proud to present a youth bandana clothesline show and online silent auction to benefit the Eastport Schools art program.
Art teacher Sara Myrick said that the participants, from 3rd to 8th grades, loved the project and are excited for the opportunity to show their work in an art gallery. Students focused on symmetry, pattern, color and craftsmanship when creating their unique, hand painted bandanas. Because the bandanas will be auctioned via Facebook, students also considered style trends, consumption patterns and market appeal when creating their artwork for public auction.
Bandanas are currently on display in the windows of the Eastport Gallery at 109 Water St. The silent auction, with photos of individual bandanas, is LIVE on Facebook – bidding closes Saturday December 12 at midnight. To view bandanas and bid online, simply visit the Facebook auction page (LINK) and make your bids as comments on each bandana post. The winning bidders will be the final comment on each post on December 12 and winners will be contacted the next day with purchase instructions. These bandanas make the perfect holiday gifts for aunts, uncles and grandparents and ALL proceeds benefit the Eastport school arts program!
Hi ! My name is Tammy Leppin Hoche and I am collecting returnables which we turn into gas cards for travel expenses to cancer care patients and families. Cans can be delivered to the fire station in Eastport, or else you can send a message to the facebook page and arrange for a pick up.
We also accept donations :) There is a Savings account at the The First Bank called Cans 4 Cancer, donations can be made there or mail to me at:
C/O Cans 4 Cancer
P.O. Box 241
Eastport, Me. 04631
Thank you !!
The UNB Saint John faculty of arts is pleased to partner with St. Stephen's University to present a virtual screening of the documentary film 'Voices from the Barrens: Native People, Blueberries and Sovereignty'. The screening will be followed by a live panel discussion featuring Nancy Ghertner, Donald Soctomah, Brian J. Francis, and Brian Altvater.
This event is being hosted via Microsoft Teams and is open to all members of the UNB and SSU communities, as well as the general public. No registration required.
Access the virtual live event via the facebook event page.
Learn more about the film here.