BATH — A show Saturday featuring the musical stylings of the five-piece contemporary folk band Expedition will help support The Neighborhood.
BATH — Studio Theatre of Bath will present the next offering in their series of staged readings – Tennessee Williams' “Suddenly Last Summer” — at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
TOPSHAM — It's time for
Topsham Public Library's Joy of Art exhibit.
Applications are now being accepted for the library's annual juried art exhibit featuring original artwork by year-round Maine residents ages 16 years old and up, both amateur and professional. This is the 10th year of Joy of Art, which is sponsored by Friends of the Topsham Public Library.
DAMARISCOTTA — River Arts has opened its West Gallery to the the Women Artists of Midcoast Maine, a group of women from the Belfast area who banded together several years ago to support and promote their artwork.
An opening reception will take place on Dec. 1, offering the opportunity to meet and talk with the artists.
DEAR ABBY: I have been friends with “Martha” for 40 years. We live a few hundred miles apart, so I like to call her and chat. The problem is, her husband always answers the phone, and he likes to give me a hard time.
BRUNSWICK — The Bowdoin International Music Festival has announced that Susanne Stover has been hired as its new financial officer.
FREEPORT — A juried art show set for Saturday will offer a look at the work of 20 local female artisans, while helping support the work of Partners for Rural Health in the Dominican Republic.
It was around 11 p.m. on July 30, 1963. My military obligation was fulfilled. I was returning to civilian life. When I reached age 18, all eligible men were required to serve in one of four branches of military service.
Kevin Harvick’s most cherished memory from the night of his first NASCAR championship was sitting against the track wall with his 2-year-old son. Fascinated by race debris, Keelan Harvick tossed rocks and rubber on the track down the banking.