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The Abstracted Landscape with Jay Isaac

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

This 4-day acrylic painting and drawing workshop will focus on how an observed landscape can be abstracted through colour and form. Short field trips will guide participants to observe the […]

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Fabuflowers Floral Workshop with Sarah Ryhanen

Smithereen Farm Pembroke
Join celebrated florist Sarah Ryhanen of Saipua (Hudson Valley, NY) for a multi-day workshop here at Smithereen Farm, co-presented by Greenhorns. We welcome you to the farm July 10–12.
Workshop fee includes some shared meals (beautiful farm-fresh food prepared by Charlotte and Zoe!) and lodging (choose between camping, glamping, and a private room in an historic house by the river). Stay for the weekend! On Friday after the workshop we’ll have a harp performance at the farm and Spa Day in the orchard with soaking tubs and wood fired sauna.
Featured Featured Event Series Two Bays Poetry Pen-Pals

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:!

S.A. Weir: A Retrospective—40 Years, 4 Mediums

Eastport Arts Center (EAC) 36 Washington Street, Eastport

EAC’s Washington Street Gallery will feature S.A. Weir: A Retrospective, July 2-30, featuring 40 years of artwork in four mediums: watercolor, pastel, oil and acrylic. A reception with the artist will be held Sunday, July 7, 2-4 pm.

A native of Dennysville, Weir lived on her grandparent’s farm until her parents moved to coastal Beverly, MA, where she currently resides. She spends her summers in Perry.
It wasn’t until after college, raising a family, and a business career that Weir was able to act on her lifelong interest in art. Diving into watercolor study swiftly found her receiving ribbons for her paintings at the Artist’s Guild in Beverly. While attending classes at Montserrat College of Art, she was introduced to printmaking, collage, watercolor and, a particular favorite, pastel. Most recently, she began working in oils last year, and was quickly successful, generating 10 works that are part of her show.
Weir’s love of nature is shown in seascapes, landscapes, flora and fauna, many inspired by her Maine roots. Downeast landscapes, the New England coast, windmills in Tralee, Ireland, and the architecture of Amalfi, Italy are all on view in the show.
Washington Street Gallery, open during EAC events or by chance or appointment (email to inquire) is on the first floor of Eastport Arts Center, at 36 Washington Street, Eastport, and is handicapped-accessible.
Featured Featured Event Series KinderArts Free Weekly Sessions Resume in Two Towns

KinderArts Free Weekly Sessions Resume in Two Towns

Eastport and Calais

KinderArts will resume on Thursdays 10-10:45 am at Sunrise Opportunities (the former Calais Congregational church), 21 Calais Avenue; and Fridays, 10-10:45 am at EAC. The sessions, led by popular instructor Caroline Coleman, will feature music, movement and yoga, and are designed for children up to age 5 to attend with a parent or caregiver.

Pre-register with Nicole at or walk-in. EAC is a handicapped-accessible venue that abides by State of Maine CDC COVID guidelines, revisiting our policy monthly. At this time, the use of masks in our building is optional.

Featured Featured Event Series Friday Play Group

Friday Play Group

Cobscook Institute 10 Commissary Point Road, Lubec

Join Cobscook Institute for a morning of child-directed free play starting February 3 and continuing on Fridays from 10 am - 12 pm. Start the morning outside to get big energy out, and then step inside the “warming hut” for a cup of tea or cocoa (bring your own snacks). Indoor activities and free play conclude the morning.

Find out more here.

Featured Featured Event Series Home, Downeast: Wood Engravings of Pauline Winchester Inman

Home, Downeast: Wood Engravings of Pauline Winchester Inman

Tides Institute & Museum of Art 43 Water Street, Eastport

A new exhibition, "Home, Downeast: Wood Engravings of Pauline Winchester Inman" opens at TIMA on Friday, May 31. Twenty-seven wood engravings by artist, Pauline Winchester Inman (1904-1990) that are from the collections of TIMA will be on display. Inman spent over 30 summers at South Addison in Washington County, Maine. The exhibition runs through July 28.

Exhibition hours in early June are Wednesday-Saturday, 10 am-4 pm. Photo: Pauline Winchester Inman, Abandoned Quarry, wood engraving, 1956.

Featured Featured Event Series Meditation Sessions at EAC

Meditation Sessions at EAC

Eastport Arts Center (EAC) 36 Washington Street, Eastport

All are invited to join instructor Caroline Coleman Fridays, starting January 19, for a rejuvenating one-hour session of Mindful Meditation and Movement, starting promptly at 11 am, at Eastport Arts Center. The holistic experience will include gentle movement and stretching, guided meditation, and a sound bath. Coleman’s curated sessions are designed to provide a cocoon of coziness, relaxation, and restoration.

EAC welcomes participants of all levels. The class is crafted to be exceptionally gentle, ensuring a nurturing environment for everyone, regardless of experience. To support the continuation of these sessions, a $5/class donation is requested. The Center extends an invitation to families, allowing children ages 12 and up to attend when accompanied by an adult.

Featured Featured Event Series Community Kitchen Lunch

Community Kitchen Lunch

Anglican Hall 75 King Street, St. Andrews

Community Kitchen Lunches will resume on January 6. Enjoy a complimentary noon meal, chat with your neighbours, and make new friends! All are welcome.

These meals will run on Fridays from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at the Anglican Parish Hall (75 King Street). Eat in or take out, delivery within town limits available. All meals are free; donations welcome.

Featured Featured Event Series Weekly Knitting Circle

Weekly Knitting Circle

Done Roving Yarns 487 North Street, Calais

Done Roving Yarns in Calais (487 North Street) holds a weekly knitting circle on Fridays from 1:00 to 3:00. Host Paula Graham Farrar leads the group.

Click here to learn more about Done Roving Yarns and see other ongoing fabric crafting activities held on a regular basis, or call Paula at 207-454-8148.

Featured Featured Event Series Sunbury Shores exhibits

Sunbury Shores exhibits

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

Sunbury Shores will be running an exhibit by Alexa Jaffurs, Caoife Garvey, Clare Bridge, David Eeles, Heather McCaig, Judy Blake, Ralph Simpson (shown) and an exhibit by Felicia Norris Bartlett
& Theresa MacKnight from July 12 to August 4.

There will be an opening reception for both shows on Friday, July 12 from 5 to 7 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.