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StoryWalk in Grand Manan

Red Point Trail Boardwalk Anchorage Road, Grand Manan

The Grand Manan Library invites you to visit its new StoryWalk, now viewable along the Red Point Trail Boardwalk! Enjoy a stroll and a story with your children or grandchildren in September and October. Follow the instructions on the first page to learn how to enter a drawing to win a prize from the library.

There Might be Lobsters is the book currently featured.

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Hallowtober at the Little K Gallery

Little Free Art Gallery 76 High street, Eastport

This is one of the first free little art galleries (FLAGs) in Maine, located at 76 High Street a few blocks from downtown.
This little gallery was built by local artisans to house the works of local artists, hobbyists, craftspeople - we welcome small works of any form, in any medium.


Crystal Veil I: an installation by Julia Sinelnikova

North Church Northwest Corner of Washington and High Streets, Eastport

Come to the opening night of Crystal Veil I: an installation by Julia Sinelnikova on Friday, July 23, between 5 and 9:30 pm, as part of Eastport Artwork Passport weekend. Sinelnikova is a StudioWorks alum who will perform as The Oracle at 8 pm. This exhibition will be ongoing with open hours TBA for summer and fall 2021.

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Crystal Veil I: an installation by Julia Sinelnikova

North Church Northwest Corner of Washington and High Streets, Eastport

Crystal Veil I reveals the work of Julia Sinelnikova, an interdisciplinary artist who works with holograms, performance, and digital culture. Their light installations have been exhibited internationally, and they have performed widely as The Oracle of Vector Gallery.
Sinelnikova is a StudioWorks alum and this exhibition will be ongoing with open hours TBA for Summer and Fall 2021.

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Shorelines by Metal Six

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

Six artists, each exhibiting their unique jewellry and metal art - it's all part of Shorelines by Metal Six, now showing at Sunbury Shores through October 2. In this exhibition, each member focuses on the macro and micro views that the shoreline offers. Some are inspired and respond to the fine details that a beachcombing session can glean. Using found materials and creating sculptural and wearable objects (Kristen Bishop and Audrée Hamelin St-Amour). Others respond to a greater view of the inhabitants of the ocean (Erica Stanley). Imagined landscapes house brooches inspired by worn seaside sheds and structures (Brigitte Clavette), small colourful vessel forms come alive, like microscopic sea life (Kristyn Cooper) and agates and rocks are embedded into jewellery (Kristianne Levesque).

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Folk Art Festival

Kingsbrae Garden Art Gallery 220 King Street, St. Andrews

Kingsbrae Gardens is holding its 9th semi-annual Folk Art Festival with a display in its gallery (open the public at no cost) through October 15, 10 am to 5 pm. Featured artists include Jantje Blokhuis-Mulder, Lorain Ebbett-Rideout, Kyle Hargrove, Denny Lunn, Helen Pye, April Thomas, and more.

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Fallin’ into Fun

Middle River Park Machias

The community of Machias is holding a fall family festival, courtesy of Machias River General, Johnson's Town Line Auto, and Downeast Coastal Conservancy. Come on down October 1st from 2-6 pm or October 2nd from 10-3 pm for a host of activites, including a story trail, face painting, games, apple cider, caramel apples, and more!

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Anchorage Wellness Walks

Anchorage Provincial Park Anchorage Road, Grand Manan

Join wellness coach Heather Brown for Anchorage Wellness Walks to help support the Anchorage Provincial Park trails upgrade project and promote personal wellness. Walks will be conducted regularly on Fridays at 7 pm and Saturdays at 4 pm.

Tickets are $5 per adult, $3 per child, or $14 for a family. Contact Heather Brown for tickets at 506-662-4246 or visit the Anchorage office.