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Poets at the Window at Sunbury Shores

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Sunbury Shores is creating a window installation for displaying local poetry! Submit your poem to info@sunburyshores.org and we will select a collection to print for the public to enjoy! If you are looking for inspiration to get going, might we suggest the following: Create short phrases in your poetry that reach out to people as they pass; comfort them, make them think, share a thought that's stuck with you; or make poems that jump into people's pockets as they carry on through their day.

Submissions wanted for Student Art Show

Eastport Arts Center (EAC) 36 Washington Street, Eastport

Eastport Arts Center will present the 10th annual Student Art Exhibition from April 1 through April 29, at Washington Street Gallery.  A perennial favorite at the Arts Center, the show features artwork of K-12 students and homeschoolers from all around the region. A special reception for the show will be held from 2-3:30 pm, Saturday, April 6.

A special reception for the show, which will be displayed in the Arts Center’s Washington Street Gallery, will be held from 2-3:30 pm, Saturday, April 6. All are invited to attend.

Submissions wanted for Prize for Poetry

Eastport Arts Center (EAC) 36 Washington Street, Eastport

The Eastport Arts Center Prize for Poetry, an open contest, will run April 1-June 30, 2024. Submissions of original and unpublished poems are welcomed by youth and adult writers on two general themes: ‘The Sea’ and ‘The Woods.’ Winners will be announced on August 24; winning selections will be published in a hard copy magazine format, as well as online via the Arts Center’s website. $1000 in prizes plus other perks will be awarded for the selected poems.

Detailed submission guidelines, contest rules and prize information may be found at https://www.eac-prize-for-poetry.org.

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Lego Club

Lubec Memorial Library 55 Water Street, Lubec

The Lubec Memorial Library will be hosting a weekly meeting of Lego Enthusiasts, open to all children of school age, beginning on Monday, October 16 and meeting every Monday, except holidays.

It runs from 2:45 to 3:45 pm.

Featured Featured Event Series Weekly events at the St. George Legion

Weekly events at the St. George Legion

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #38 4 Gillmor Street, St. George

The St. George Royal Canadian Branch 38 holds weekly events and the community is invited. On Monday, TOPS is held at 6:00 pm; contact Jimmy at 755-6042 for Cribbage Monday Nights. On Tuesdays, doors open for BINGO at 5:00 pm; early bird game starts at 6:30 and the regular game is on at 7:00. Every Friday night is Seniors Cards party, call Jimmy for more info.

Featured Featured Event Series EAC to Host Biweekly Writers Group

EAC to Host Biweekly Writers Group

Eastport Arts Center (EAC) 36 Washington Street, Eastport

A writers’ group for people seeking help and constructive input on their in-progress work is scheduled to kick off Monday, February 6, at the Eastport Arts Center. The group, led by published author Catherine J.S. Lee and retired writing teacher Paula Horvath, will meet every other Monday beginning at 6:30 pm at the Center for about two hours. Suggested donation of $5/session; sliding fee scale is available by request (no one turned away). To get involved, email writers@eastportartscenter.org with an introduction and a bit about your current work.

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.