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Craft-along with Nia: May Flowers! Featuring Music by John Cashore

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

EAC's KinderArts video workshop series continues! In this month's installment, instructor Nia Aretakis demonstrates simple techniques for creating blossom-inspired prints from everyday household items: Q-tips and paper tubes.
The video also features original music by John Cashore, a guitar, fiddle and mandolin-player from Robbinston, Maine, well known from his many performances with the band Keltic Schmeltic.

Appropriate for crafters of all ages, the Craft-Along videos are easy to follow and feature free materials kits for local participants; those who wish (or who are farther from Eastport) may use their own supplies from home. For complete information, visit the website by clicking here.


Explorations with Monotype

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

Join printmaker Nathan Cann for a five-week exploration into monotypes. During the sessions, you will learn the technical aspects of working in a print studio and processes that can be accomplished without the requirement of a press. Classes are limited to six participants for plenty of workspace and instruction time. While all cleaning and printing supplies are included, participants will be asked to bring various textiles and photos for certain sessions. For registration and complete class by class details, please click to visit the official website.


Women at Sea: Maine’s Seafaring Wives & Daughters

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

In "Women at Sea," Ms. Cipperly Good of the Penobscot Marine Museum will use historic photographs and dramatic readings to explore the herstories of Maine wives and daughters who accompanied their husbands and fathers during the 19th and early 20th centuries to all parts of the world. Some of these women were born at sea into the profession of seafarer, while others joined their loved ones with initial trepidation. With letters, manuscripts and newspaper articles from the Penobscot Marine Museum's archives, Ms. Good will tell of, and those attending the Zoom session will learn of the many varied experiences of these sea-going women, among whom were Joanna C. Colcord, of Searsport, who published a collection of chanteys and sea ballads, and Ruth Montgomery, of East Boothbay, who documented her life at sea as an accomplished photographer.