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Down East Spring Birding Festival

Cobscook Institute 10 Commissary Point Road, Lubec

The 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.

This year's festival takes place from May 27-29. The festival is headquartered at the Cobscook Institute in Trescott, with Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge in Baring and Edmunds as key meeting areas. For more information or to register, click here.

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Poets at the Window at Sunbury Shores

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

Sunbury Shores is creating a window installation for displaying local poetry! Submit your poem to 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.

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Registration open for Cobscook Institute summer camps

Trescott ME

The Cobscook Institute is offering a slew of creative and adventurous summer camps for youths in the area of all ages. Check out their online offerings on their website, including an August crafting camp (intergenerational, ages 5 and up), an overnight canoe camp in late June for grades 7-9, an outdoor skills camp in July for grades 6-8, and a creative art camp in July for grades 8-12.

Costs for each camp vary and are offered on a sliding scale. Don't miss out on these great opportunities!

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Registration open for Weekend Ceramics Intensive

Cobscook Institute 10 Commissary Point Road, Lubec

Established students and professional artists are invited to register for an upcoming weekend of focused creative and artistic exchange in our pottery studio at the Cobscook Institute. By gathering and working together, we will celebrate our connection as artists, and explore our media in depth.

There will be no formal instruction during this session. Informal critiques may occur if participants desire. Likewise a collaborative project or technique may be explored should the group feel inclined. The atmosphere will encourage independent, focused work, interspersed with periods of verbal exchange around topics of art, inspiration, creativity, and execution of projects, as the need or inclination arises. The workshop will run on June 11 and 12 from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. Register here.

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St. George Fur, Feather & Critter Sale

Granite Town Farms 151 Brunswick Street, Saint George

Come to Granite Town Farms in St. George at from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm on May 28 for a fur, feather, and critter sale and a pancake breakfast! Anyone with hatching eggs from various birds are welcome to set up shop as well (vendors set up at 8:00 am). Sell at no charge.

For more information, contact Granite Town Farms at 506-755-6314.

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Spring Cleanup 2022

Lubec Landmarks Mulholland Gallery 50 Water Street, Lubec

Assistance is sought for the spring cleanup of the Mulholland Market Building (50 Water Street), in anticipation of the summer season. There will be a group cleanup day on May 28 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Delicious hand-baked treats and refreshments are always welcomed.

RSVP here.

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Potted Perennial Swap

Pembroke Library 221 Old County Road, Pembroke

Do you have some perennials to share, or are you looking for something new to brighten your garden? Come to the Potted Perennial Swap at the Pembroke Library on Saturday, May 28 from 10:00 am to noon. Please label any plants you bring to swap.

Free event, held in the Pembroke Library parking lot. Please use appropriate Covid-19 precautions.

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Camp Goodtime Spaghetti Supper

St. George Masonic Hall 2 Carleton Street, Saint George

Come to the St. George Masonic Hall (2 Carleton Street) on Saturday, May 28 starting at 5:00 pm for a spaghetti supper to support Camp Goodtime. Camp Goodtime is an extraordinary camp experience in a medically-supervised, safe and supportive environment for kids with Cancer and other serious illnesses. Each Year the Masons of New Brunswick pay for a full week at the Camp for kids to attend. This supper will help pay our portion of the over $45,000 needed to support that one week of fun. Camp Goodtime NB is located in Grand Lake NB. Please come and help us support these kids have at least one week of fun this summer.

For a plate of spaghetti with meat or tomato sauce, a Caesar salad, garlic bread, and dessert, the price is $15. Take out is available.

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Scotch Ridge Saturdays featuring A.G. Olmstead

Scotch Ridge Country Hall Corner of Route 730 and 735, Scotch Ridge

A.G. Olmstead will be showcasing his original music and a few other great tunes on stage at the old Scotch Ridge Country Hall with four performances this spring (April 30, May 14, May 28, and June 11). The shows start at 7:00 at the Scotch Ridge Country Hall (corner of Route 730 and 735).

Advance tickets only. Advance tickets can be found at High Tides Music on King Street in St. Stephen or by emailing Ticket price ($35) includes a CD.

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EAC Mural Project Reception & Documentary Screening Planned

Eastport Arts Center (EAC) 36 Washington Street, Eastport

Artists Ellen Nicholas and Kristine Gordon Moore have been hard at work creating their sketches for a proposed mural in the Eastport Arts Center lobby. The artists are taking their inspiration from a community survey that asked respondents about the role of the arts in their lives.

The project, which is funded in part by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, will hold a reception and viewing of the sketches on Saturday, May 28 at 7:00 pm. During that time, a short documentary featuring the artists will also premiere, and EAC’s Creative Development Coordinator, Mark Macey, will moderate a discussion on the arts and inclusivity.