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.
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!
The Maine Flower Show, owned and produced by members of Maine’s horticulture industry. In addition to 16 display gardens, the Maine Flower show will have 100 exhibits of plants, hardscape, arbor and garden supplies, and all things relative to outdoor yardscaping and living.
The Maine Flower Show, owned and produced by members of Maine’s horticulture industry, is one of the biggest gardening and horticultural shows in the region. The Maine Flower Show will have 100 exhibits of plants, hardscape, arbor and garden supplies, hands-on workshops and seminars led by experts in growing and outdoor living.
Maine Acoustic Festival brought to you by 317 Maine Community Music Center. This concert showcases the students of 317 Main and should not be missed!
Join Good Shepard Food Bank at the 10th Annual JoAnn Pike Humanitarian Award Dinner.
It’s time again to glitz it up and help support young writers in Maine. This year the Westin Hotel will host The Telling Room’s Glitterati event-a night of revelry, a live and silent auction, and sumptuous food and drink to help support our free writing programs for Maine youth.
Save the Date for the 35th Spring for the Kids Annual Auction.
Spend a week in Nottingham! Students in grades 4-6 can explore the world of the classic tale of Robin Hood through games, artwork, and performance. There will be an invited open classroom on the final day of camp to share what the class has done.
At locations around Greater Portland hosts open their homes and businesses to Lift360 guests. Serving drinks, dinner guests mingle with a celebrity, leader or expert featured at each location. Discourse and conversation over delicious meals vary from location. Proceeds support Lift360’s Springboard program that brings community expertise to a nonprofit.