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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Lew Richards’ Beadwork

Lubec Memorial Library 55 Water Street, Lubec

The Lubec Memorial Library invites you to come experience the May Art Exhibit which is featuring the Beadwork of Lew Richards.

Library hours can be found by clicking to visit their Facebook Page


CLASS 2021: Children Learning Art at Sunbury Shores

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

A group exhibit of work from students at Sir James Dunn Academy and the Vincent Massey Elementary School. Many thanks to the instructors, Ruth Dunfield, David LaFlamme, Theresa MacKnight, and Chantal Vincent.


Celebrate St. Stephen’s 150th Anniversary

Garcelon Civic Centre 22 Budd Ave, Saint Stephen

A weekend of events in honor of St. Stephan's 150th Anniversary!
Fashion Show Costume Contest! Come show off your best 1870s costume to the music of Mark Downey! Attendance is limited but it will be livestreamed on Facebook! Email for more information, or pickup your entry form at the front desk of the Garcelon Civic Center.
Music by: Quoddy Sound Duo, Running Out of Time, David Humphreys, Bouthill Band, Jacob Rose, Hayden Wiebe, Ian Curran and Full Circle.
Exhibits by: The Chocolate Museum, Charlotte County Museum, local service organizations and local schools.
Vendors: local artisans and entrepreneurs including authorized sellers of Tupperware, Epicare, 31 and more! Don't forget to visit Tall Tom's too! Spaces still available - email for more information.


Drumming with Noel Brennan

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

Expanding EAC’s online education to include music, the center will offer a free four-week Sabar Drumming class for teens and adults on Mondays, May 3 through 24th, from 7:30 - 8:30 pm, via Zoom, with Noel Brennan. Originally from Robbinston, and currently Director of Jazz Studies at Brooklyn Conservatory, Brennan has taken lessons over many years from African drumming masters from Maine to California and has also transcribed field recordings. He will instruct the classes using compositions from Africa— some of these more than 5,000 years old—that use the Wolof language-based drumming technique. This communal form of communication can be audible as far as 9 miles away!

For more registration information and pick-up arrangements, please email Alison Brennan by May 3 at Students will need some type of hand drum that is big enough to be played with one hand and one stick.

Funding for this free workshop has been provided by the Cricket Foundation. Donations will be gratefully accepted here.

Click here for more information about Brennan, and the range of programming he has brought to the Arts Center over the years.