Ongoing Events

02/25/17 to 01/21/18

Farnsworth Art Museum: Women

In 2017 the Farnsworth is presenting two major exhibitions featuring the work of women who have played important roles in twentieth-century American art, both of whom also had deep connections to Maine:  Marguerite Zorach and Louise Nevelson.



Center for Grieving Children Auction and Dinner Gala

The Center for Grieving Children will host their annual Love Really Counts Auction & Dinner Gala. The evening of events includes silent and live auctions as well as dinner. This is the 30th year the Center provides loving support in Southern Maine.


Portland Stage Company: Full Combat Classics

Young actors in grades 4-6 tackle the more physical of plays during this fun exploration of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet, The Three Musketeers by Alexander Dumas, Peter Pan by J.M. Barry, The Legend of Robin Hood, and The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. Each student will explore the disciplines of unarmed combat in this class for beginners.

03/9/17 to 04/6/17

Portland Stage Company: Shakespeare Youth Conservatory

Middle school students delve into the wild and wacky world of the Bard. Participants will investigate aspects of the stories of Shakespeare’s exciting plays, including: the powerful world of his magical creatures, the majesty of his kings, the zaniness of his clowns, and how relevant these stories still are today!

03/18/17 to 03/25/17

Maine Jewish Film Festival

The Maine Jewish Film Festival curates a program of films that explore the Jewish experience through – features, documentaries and shorts. MJFF has grown to be one of the best-attended, most well-respected, and highly-anticipated cultural events in the State. We attract a diverse and loyal audience base who loves independent film.


Camp Susan Curtis Leadership Celebration

The evening will begin with a reception, followed by dinner and a program. Camp Susan Curtis provides a tuition-free, outdoor, residential learning experience exclusively for Maine boys and girls, ages 8 to 17, who qualify for USDA free or reduced lunch. Removed from the stressors of economic hardship, campers learn the skills they need to succeed in school, in higher education and/or into the workplace.