Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Southern Maine Events Calendar
November 18th to December 1st

Have an upcoming event? Let everyone know about it with the Local Events Calendar! Email Neil Ravin at nravin@portlandradiogroup.com with a brief description or press release.

Events for Tuesday, November 18th
The Children’s Hour: Weekly Story & Craft Activity for Kids
3:30 – 4:30 pm
Facilitator: Kathleen Neumann, Manager of School and Interpretative Programs
Cranberry Thanksgiving by Wende and Harry Devlin
The program is free and refreshments will be served. Participating children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver; check-in at the Museum Store. Space is limited. Please call or email the Manager of School and Interpretative Programs the Friday before the program to reserve a spot: 207-774-1822, x214, kneumann@mainehistory.org.

Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

Events for Wednesday, November 19th
Husson University – Southern Maine Alumni Fall Networking Event
5:00-7:30pm – FREE
Husson University’s Southern Maine Campus, 340 County Road, Westbrook, ME 04092-1901
HU alumni and friends are invited to reconnect at a Fall Networking Celebration.
For more information contact Amanda Cummings, Director of Alumni Relations
Phone: (207) 941-7875
E-Mail: cummingsa@husson.edu
Information is also available at http://www.husson.edu/alumni

Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org

Events for Thursday, November 20th
2015 Ski Season Launch Party
256 Main St. Kingfield, ME US 04947
Event kicks off at 5pm.
Fees vary by contribution.
Visit www.skimuseumofmaine.org for more info, or E-Mail info@skimuseumofmaine.org

Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

Events for Friday, November 21st
All-American Thanksgiving Wine Tasting
227a Main Street
Bar Harbor
4:00 – 7:00 pm
Free to the Public
Visit http://www.housewineshop.com/ for more info, or E-Mail Dawn@housewineshop.com

Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

Events for Saturday, November 22nd
The Pixel Fund Dog Rescue Organization – Adoption Event
Paws Applause – Oak Hill Plaza
27 Gorham Road, Scarborough
12-Noon to 3:00pm

Endless Summer’ Wine and Beer Tasting/Silent Auction Fundraiser
Event to benefit the Saint Andre Home
Think Tank, 553 Congress Street Portland.
Tickets are $25 and include a souvenir tasting glass and are available online at www.saintandrehome.org.
Must be 21 years old to attend.

Snowflake Fair
Thornton Heights United Methodist Church
100 Westbrook St, South Portland
November 22, 2014
9am-2pm
For more information call Cori at (207)415-7098

Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

Events for Sunday, November 23rd
Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

Events for Monday, November 24th
Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

Events for Tuesday, November 25th
The Children’s Hour: Weekly Story & Craft Activity for Kids
3:30 – 4:30 pm
Facilitator: Kathleen Neumann, Manager of School and Interpretative Programs
Pete the Cat: The First Thanksgiving by Karen and James Dean
The program is free and refreshments will be served. Participating children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver; check-in at the Museum Store. Space is limited. Please call or email the Manager of School and Interpretative Programs the Friday before the program to reserve a spot: 207-774-1822, x214, kneumann@mainehistory.org.

Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

Events for Wednesday, November 26th
Portland Pirates vs. Worcester
7pm at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland
Visit http://portlandpirates.com for tickets & information.

Singing Celebration of Thanksgiving with the congregations of Portland
The Portland Peninsula Parishes (Roman Catholic), St Luke’s, Trinity and St Peter’s Episcopal Churches, HopeGateWay and Clark Memorial UMC Churches, Woodfords UCC Church, St Ansgars Luther and Church and others
7:00 PM – St. Luke’s Cathedral, 143 State Street

Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

Events for Thursday, November 27th
Portland High School vs. Deering High School
Fitzpatrick Stadium – Annual Thanksgiving Football Game (First Held in 1911)

Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

Events for Friday, November 28th
Portland Pirates vs. Providence
7pm at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland
Visit http://portlandpirates.com for tickets & information.

The Pixel Fund Dog Rescue Organization – Black Dog Friday Adoption Event
Animal House
11 Main Street, Westbrook (Khol’s Plaza)
10:00am to 2:00pm

Moonlight Madness – Black Friday Event
12:01am on Black Friday
Amtrak Downeaster $5 Fares
Ride on the Amtrak Downeaster to Freeport for Moonlight Madness
On Thanksgiving night, Train 697 will arrive in Freeport at 10:35pm, Train 699 will arrive in Freeport at 2:05am on Friday morning, and Train 680 will depart from Freeport at 4:40am.
Visit http://www.amtrak.com/home to buy your tickets today.

40th Annual Thanksgiving Arts & Crafts Show
A three day holiday shopping event, with 55 Maine artisans exhibiting their made in Maine products.
16 Old Winthrop Rd., #2 Manchester, ME US 04351
Friday, 11/28/14, 10:00a.m. – 4:00p.m.
Visit http://www.unitedmainecraftsmen.com/ for more info, or E-Mail info@unitedmainecraftsmen.com.

Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

Events for Saturday, November 29th
The Nutcracker
Maine State Ballet
Merrill Auditorium, Portland
Shows Run November 29, 30, December 5, 6, 7
Visit http://www.mainestateballet.org/ for more information.

Chocolate Church Arts Center Presents… DON CAMPBELL COUNTRY CHRISTMAS (country)
November 29, 2014. 7:30pm. $16 advance/$18 door
Chocolate Church Arts Center
804 Washington Street
Bath 04530
207-442-8455

40th Annual Thanksgiving Arts & Crafts Show
A three day holiday shopping event, with 55 Maine artisans exhibiting their made in Maine products.
16 Old Winthrop Rd., #2 Manchester, ME US 04351
Saturday, 11/29/14, 9:00a.m. – 4:00p.m.
Visit http://www.unitedmainecraftsmen.com/ for more info, or E-Mail info@unitedmainecraftsmen.com.

Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

Events for Sunday, November 30th
The Nutcracker
Maine State Ballet
Merrill Auditorium, Portland
Shows Run November 29, 30, December 5, 6, 7
Visit http://www.mainestateballet.org/ for more information.

40th Annual Thanksgiving Arts & Crafts Show
A three day holiday shopping event, with 55 Maine artisans exhibiting their made in Maine products.
16 Old Winthrop Rd., #2 Manchester, ME US 04351
Sunday, 11/30/14, 10:00a.m. – 3:00p.m.
Visit http://www.unitedmainecraftsmen.com/ for more info, or E-Mail info@unitedmainecraftsmen.com.

Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

Events for Monday, December 1st
Deck the Walls
Cia Cafe
72 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine
November 6 through December 31
For more information, see www.yesartworks.org.

Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St., Rockland, ME 04841
Exhibit is open through Jan. 4, and features approx. thirty
works of Shakespeare’s plays from the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org for more info.

“Warm Coats for Senior Citizens” Program
During the month of November Spectrum Generations Coastal (Damariscotta) and Knox (Rockland) Community Centers will be collecting used winter coats to help older Mainers in need.
Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street in Damariscotta.
Spectrum Generations Knox Community Center, 61 Park Street in Rockland.

To donate a used winter coat or make a financial contribution Cynthia Troxel (Damariscotta) at 563-1363 or Gloria Rhode (Rockland) at 596-0339, or you can visit the LL Bean Flagship Store in Freeport November 21-23 and look for the Coats for Seniors table.
For more information, visit www.maine4a.org.

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