Join us every fourth Friday in May, June, July, Aug., Sept. 2017
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Enjoy complimentary bites and a cash bar at Harborwalk Restaurant while learning about the events, projects, and teams at Our Town Belfast.
Fall 2017 Weekly Contras! Thursdays at the Belfast Dance Studio, starting Sept 28
Endocrine Disruptors in Aquatic Ecosystems: What can hormones tell us about the health of Maine’s aquatic environment?
Belfast Library's October Friday Night Flix feature films searching for “Global Truth”.
Midcoast Actors' Studio has cast its next production, Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley. It has been adapted by director Erik Perkins. Tyler Johnstone will play Victor Frankenstein, while Eric Sanders will play the creature. Julia Clapp plays Elizabeth, Victor's love interest.
This class will be more advanced by nature, i.e. we hope to build on choreography each month with clear focus on the process of building works together.
Pauleena MacDougall is the Director Emerita at the University of Maine Folklife Center
'Disruption! Four True Tales of Life's Unexpected Turns' - an elbow room event hosted by Lunar Datebook at Waterfall Arts.
“A Room of One’s Own,” Virginia Woolf’s historic essay on Women and Fiction will be presented as a special benefit for The Playhouse.
AmeriCorps has partnered with MCC’s MPES initiative for the next three years to help low-income communities with energy efficiency and weatherization of their homes.
Did you know that the Belfast Free Library has a sewing machine that you can borrow? Join us for sewing workshops on Wednesdays in October 11 and October 25.
Waterfall Arts in Belfast is hosting two community discussions in conjunction with two of its current exhibitions: ARRIVAL and THE CHANGING FACE OF MAINE: Portraits from the Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project (ILAP).
The cult classic comes to the Unity College Center for the Performing Arts.
Belfast Free Library will offer a three part book study group on “Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisedom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants” by Robin Wall Kimmerer.
A father, a son and a family friend who started writing and performing their music together just for fun, have become the band the Boston Examiner says has “reinvented acoustic”.
Sharing the importance of relationships in building local food systems and the communities that they serve.
Nash Fung is truly one of the greatest young magicians that the States has to offer.
Andrew Silver is Maine's professional variety entertainment artist.
Steamboat Gypsy's rustic sound includes elements of bluegrass, country, blues and old time music and is inspired by present and past musical greats.