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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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Volunteers Wanted for Maine Owl Pellet Project

Washington County ME

The Maine Owl Pellet Project wants you! The project is hoping to engage as many outdoors people as they can to increase the number of eyes on the lookout for owl pellets on the ground in Maine. In doing so, we can discover more about the fascinating world of owls, their prey, and the ecosystems they call home.

Find the instructions and more volunteer opportunities here.

Featured Featured Event Series Storybook Trail

Storybook Trail

Downeast Lakes Land Trust 4 Water Street, Grand Lake Stream

A new story is up on the DLLT Storybook Trail: “The Boy Who Drew Birds- A Story of John James Audubon”. This picture book biography is great for all ages to enjoy along the trail.

Come listen to the birds in the forest as you read about John James Audubon’s love, research, and understanding of birds. The thing he loved most was to be in the great outdoors watching his beloved feathered friends. Through careful observations and drawing skills he laid the foundation for all that we know about migrating birds in North America today.

Music for Children auditions underway

Eastport Arts Center (EAC) 36 Washington Street, Eastport

The Eastport Arts Center’s Music for Children program is seeking young performers for a musical production of YOU CAN’T SIT HERE—A Children’s Opera, with music by Gregory Biss and script and lyrics by Catherine J.S. Lee, to be performed in October of 2023. Roles are available for young people who can portray 6th or 7th graders. This is a musical and all parts will involve singing; all experience levels are welcome to audition.

For more information, or to arrange an audition, please email musicforchildren@eastportartscenter.org.

Sign up now for the Bold Coast Variety Show

Lubec ME

Show off your talents at the Bold Coast Variety Show and potluck on August 6, 12-3 pm! Have a special talent you've been waiting to perform? Music, dance, acrobatics, spoken word, skits, and more - we want to see it all!

Best act will receive a grand prize; all acts will receive a prize. Deadline to sign up is June 30. Send your name, address, phone, and act details to boldcoastvariety@gmail.com.

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Register now for Autumn Rose dance classes

Autumn Rose Dance Co 72 Old US Rte. 1, Jonesboro

Sharing the joy, art, and tradition of dance with ages 3-18, in Jonesboro!

Summer enrollment starts May 24. Click here to see upcoming classes or register (after the 24th).

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The Hub seeks local musicians

The Hub St. George 28 Main Street, St. George

Do you play music? The Hub is looking for local musical talent to play during occasional events!

Email Hubcoordinator28@gmail.com for info.

Featured Featured Event Series Youth Drum Circles with Gene Nichols

Youth Drum Circles with Gene Nichols

Eastport Arts Center (EAC) 36 Washington Street, Eastport

Eastport Arts Center will offer a free 10-week session of Youth Drum Circles led by Gene Nichols on Wednesdays, beginning March 22. Each week there will be separate sessions for students age 9 to 13, from 3:30-4:40 pm, and for students age 14 to 20, from 4:45 to 5:45 pm. Participants will explore the world of percussion alongside Nichols, an engaging teacher who will provide a wide variety of instruments; students are also welcome to bring their own.

The sessions are offered free of charge thanks to a generous grant from Healthy Acadia. Pre-registration with Alison, alison@eastportartscenter.org, is encouraged, but youth are welcome to join in at any time. Please note that in case of weather-related school cancelation, Drum Circle too will be canceled.

EAC is handicapped-accessible and abides by State of Maine CDC COVID guidelines. Additionally, at this time, the EAC encourages people to wear masks when in our building.