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St. Andrews St. Andrews

Paddlefest is a Music and Outdoor Recreation Festival held in St. Andrews, New Brunswick every May. It combines music, art, recreational activities and environmental events for a full weekend of fun for music lovers and adventure seekers alike.

Click here for schedule of performers from May 18-21.

Two Bays Poetry Pen-Pals

Greater Passamaquoddy Bay region

Do you write poetry? Would you love getting the odd piece of mail through the post? Would you love exchanging a poem with a member of your community, chosen at random, every so often? Announcing Two Bays Poetry Pen-Pals: A Cobscook Bay and Bay of Fundy community art and poetry project coordinated from Pembroke, Maine.

Mail a poem written by you to Two Bays Poetry Pen-Pals and receive a poem from another community member in return! The poem sent to you will be selected at random, and will be authored by another poet from the Two Bays Region, including Nova Scotia; PEI; Washington County, Maine; and New Brunswick! View the details on our Facebook page, or send us an email:!

Featured Featured Event Series Bold Coast Runners

Bold Coast Runners

Various trails around Passamaquoddy Bay ME

The Bold Coast Runners invite you on weekly excursions around Downeast Maine and the Maritimes, with runners of all capabilities welcomed to join. Run venues vary weekly and range from 1 mile to 50 miles, from smooth tar to rugged single track.

Runs are typically held on Sundays starting at 7:00 am. Click here to find out what the scheduled run is each week and for contact information.

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Spaghetti dinner by donation

Grampie Bill's Place 200 North Street, Calais

Grampie Bill’s Place will be hosting a spaghetti dinner by donation to help the Calais Food Pantry on May 21 from 11 am to 2 pm or until the food runs out.

Take outs only. Pick up at the IGA parking lot in Calais.

Featured Featured Event Series Blacks Harbour Jam

Blacks Harbour Jam

Stella Maris Community Hall 837 Main St, Beaver Harbour

Every Sunday from 2:00 to 5:00 pm, come to the Stella Maris Community Hall in Beaver Harbour (837 Main St) for the Blacks Harbour jam. Musicians and singers of all capacities are invited to come and join in the fun - or just come to listen and kick up your heels.

Featured Featured Event Series Snapshot Memories

Snapshot Memories

Calais ME

Donation only photography event for all! Families, couples, Seniors, toddlers, Mommy & Me, portraits and more, bring your pet too! Sessions will be held from 2:30pm to 6:30pm on the 20 and 21 of May, in Calais.

Text me (Kristi) at 207-952-1207 for more info and to set up your session today!

Featured Featured Event Series Quoddy Voices: Here In Maine

Quoddy Voices: Here In Maine

Eastport Arts Center (EAC) 36 Washington Street, Eastport

Quoddy Voices, a Downeast community chorus, takes the stage on Friday, May 19 (7 pm) and Sunday, May 21 (3 pm) at Eastport Arts Center, with Here In Maine, a celebration of the many musical flavors of our home state. The joyful and varied program will conclude the tenure of the group’s beloved director, John Newell, who will retire from choral conducting this spring, while remaining active with his many other musical pursuits.

Suggested donation for the concert is $15; students 17 and under will be admitted free of charge. The Eastport Arts Center is at 36 Washington Street, Eastport, and at, and is handicapped-accessible. At this time, the use of masks in our building is optional.

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Rose Cousins and Carlene

Huntsman Marine Science Centre 1 Lower Campus Road, St. Andrews

Join us in the Dunn Theatre at the Fundy Discovery Aquarium for another night of wonderful music in St. Andrews By The Sea! A native of Prince Edward Island, Rose Cousins lives in Halifax Nova Scotia. She deeply values being part of multiple music communities and is constantly fueled by collaboration. CARLENE is a rising folk musician stationed on the lonely shores of Grand Manan Island, NB.

Tickets here.