CULTUREPASS EVENTS

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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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.

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Down East Spring Birding Festival

Cobscook Institute 10 Commissary Point Road, Lubec

The 18th annual Down East Spring Birding Festival provides a unique birding experience during spring migration and the breeding season with four days of guided hikes, boat tours, and presentations, all led by local guides with local knowledge. The Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife has named the Down East Spring Birding Festival one of the best in the country, and Yankee Magazine listed it as an Editor’s Choice event in 2014.

Click to view a complete schedule of events.

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EAC Video: Pastel Artist Cynthia Morse

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

The latest in EAC Video’s Studio Visit series is Cynthia Morse, pastel painter, who recalls her earliest artworks, the exploration of many art forms in her 20s, and her eventual choice of pastels as a primary media. Click here to learn more about Cynthia's artful additions to Eastport and to watch the video, which is also available on the center’s YouTube channel.