Thom Willey, filmmaker and resident of Southwest Harbor, will be showing his newest documentary of artist and Northeast Harbor resident, Richard Estes, on Wednesday September 3rd, at 6:30pm at the Southwest Harbor Public Library. Watch Richard Estes, one of the world’s foremost contemporary realist artists, describe his journey from his boyhood in Illinois to the life of famous artist in New York and Maine. Travel with Estes through time viewing interviews in 1998 and 2014 as he reveals his influences and techniques. Along with local author and critic Carl Little, Estes describes how he creates the urban landscapes and other works that fill museum galleries and private collections around the world. This is a candid look through the eyes of the artist, highlighted by many of the paintings that make up the world of Richard Estes.Find out more »
When: Thursday, September 4th, 2014, 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Bangor Elks Club
108 Odlin Road
Schedule of Events:
4:30-6:30 Spaghetti Dinner
adult meal price: $7
seniors and children 12-18 years of age: $5
children under 12 years old: $3
4:30-6:45 Silent Auction
Thursday, Sept 4th
Brewer Performing Arts Center
6:30 PM (G, Family Friendly) and 8:00 PM (PG)
Tickets available at:
Waylon Speed will perform one show on Friday, September 5th at 7pm at the Brewer Performing Arts Center. You don’t expect something like outlaw country or hints of old southern rock coming out of Vermont, but it does. Following their 2012 release, Valance, and a seemingly endless two-year tour, Waylon Speed released Kin on June 24.Find out more »
September’s Art Walk is a Fashion Night Out. Gallery and shop owners will be dressed to the nines so join in by getting dressed for a night on the town. Enjoy a wide variety of fine art and craft, with special performance events including theatre and music at locations throughout the town. You’ll find traditional and contemporary art, many by local and Maine artist, including wall art, sculpture, glass, pottery, jewelry, fiber art, and fashion. Several of the galleries host “meet the artist” events. Restaurants will offer special entries and drink. Join the fun and stroll downtown Bar Harbor to enjoy the works by an array of creative and fashionably talented people this special Fashion Night Out First Friday. Pick up your walking map a the Chamber of Commerce, most lodging establishments, at the galleries and participating venues or download a map at www.barharborartwalk.com Art Walk are free and open to the public.Find out more »
Come and listen to C.B. Anderson read her new book, River Talk, and have your copy signed by the acclaimed author.
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The Greater Bangor Motor Club and the Greater Bangor Convention & Visitors Bureau is hosting the first Swap Meet at the Bangor Car Show: Wheels on the Waterfront on Saturday, September 6th.
Buy, sell or swap parts, automobilia, tools, and other auto/truck/bike related items. General admission to the show and swap meet is free. Rain or shine.
Worried about paying the heating bill? Want to save money on electricity? Interested in switching heating systems in your home or business? Looking for practical and everyday solutions? Just curious about what’s new and available to the average consumer in the energy field? Then come on down to the Energy Expo.Find out more »
Take a tour of Bangor’s “OTHER” cemetery! Mount Pleasant Cemetery is the resting place of some great names in Bangor’s history. Known to be the final resting place of many Irish families and kept by the Catholic Diocese it has been split by the interstate, moved, and contains one of the grandest mausoleums in the city.Find out more »
Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Location: Brewer Community School , 92 Pendleton Street, Brewer, Maine
For more information: 207-989-1616; zombiesandwitches5k.racewire.com
Saturday, September 6 5 :00 pm
Registration and Zombiefication at Brewer Community School at 4:00 pmFind out more »