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Monday, June 26

Mad Science of Maine. 6 p.m. Androscoggin Room, Auburn Public Library. In “Engineering a Better World,” Mad Science shows kids how engineers design things to make the world a better place. Sign up for the library’s Kids Summer Reading Program at the event. Free. 333-6640, ext. 3.

Tuesday, June 27

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Wednesday, June 28

Stanton Bird Club Walk. 8 to 11 a.m. Stan DeOrsey (406-4741) leads this trip to Riverside Trail in Lewiston. Meet for carpooling at Promenade Mall parking lot, near Staples, 855 Lisbon St., Lewiston. All welcome. Free.

Outdoor Movie Night. Simard Payne Park, Lewiston. Movie (to be announced) starts at dusk; kids’ activities start at 6:00. Ice cream, popcorn, and water provided. Free.

Thursday, June 29

Rotary Club Lunch Meeting. Noon to 1 p.m. Ramada Inn, Lewiston. Incoming club president Monica Millhime shares her vision for the club’s next year. No reservation required; lunch avail. at Fusion Restaurant for $10. 753-9040; monica.millhime@maine.gov.

World Refugee Day Celebration. 5 to 7:30 p.m. Simard Payne Memorial Park, 46 Beech St., Lewiston. Music, performances, craft demos, food samples, children’s activities, and Catholic Charities of Maine’s “Far from Home” refugee experience simulation.

Marine Corps League Meeting. 6 p.m. Lewiston Armory, 65 Central Avenue. Central ME Detachment 810 holds its monthly meeting; all Marines, FMF corpsman and Navy chaplains invited, along w. anyone interested in the Marines Helping Veterans program.

Saturday, July 1

Bake Sale. 8 a.m. until sold out. Shop N Save, Gray Plaza, Gray. The Women’s Fellowship of the First Congregational Church of Gray offers delicious cakes, breads, pies, candy, cookies, brownies, etc. Come early for best selection! 657-4279.

Happy Birthday America Story Time. 10 a.m. Children’s Room, Auburn Public Library. Start your holiday weekend off with stories, a holiday-themed craft, a parade in the library, and cake. All welcome. Register for this special story time at 333-6640, ext. 3.

Saturday at Maine Wildlife Park. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 56 Game Farm Rd., Gray. Retired science teacher and “Bug Man” Jon Wallace discusses a display of live insects, shed insect skins, fossils, insectivorous plants, and some of the world’s largest specimens. $7.50/5.50. 657-4977; www.mainewildlifepark.com.

Bath Heritage Days Festival. From 11 a.m. Downtown Bath. Enjoy live music on the Library Park gazebo (Washington St.) by Porch Lights duo (acoustic Americana), The Howligans (rock and roll), Pretty Girls Sing Soprano (vocal harmonies), and the Scott Davis Quartet (jazz). Free. 442-8455; www.chocolatechurcharts.org.

Public Supper & Music Jam. Litchfield Sportsmen’s Club, Hallowell Rd., Litchfield. Doors at 4:30 p.m.; dinner (baked beans, hot dogs, casseroles) from 5 to 6 p.m.; music from 6 to 8 p.m. $7. 268-9271.

Mike Miclon’s Early Evening Show. 7:30 p.m. Celebration Barn, 190 Stock Farm Rd. (just off Rte. #117), So. Paris. Miclon welcomes jugglers Shane and Collin Miclon and the Ale House String Band. $15/13/10. 743-8452; www.CelebrationBarn.com.

Sunday, July 2

Country Sunday. Noon to 4:30 p.m. Litchfield Sportsmen’s Club, Hallowell Rd., Litchfield. Dance to live country music by the Off the Hill Band, Franz Thomann, Jack Duggins, and Jim and Renee Fraser. Concessions; door prizes. $5; free kids ages 11-. 536-9647.

Concert: The Django Festival All-Stars. 7:30 p.m. Chocolate Church Arts Center, 804 Washington St., Bath. This group brings the music of the great Gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt into the 21st century. $25/28. 442-8455; www.chocolatechurcharts.org.

Tuesday, July 4

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Wednesday, July 5

“A Peek Behind the Curtain.” Noon to 1 p.m. Morrell Meeting Room, Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick. A panel of artists, actors and staff discuss the Maine State Music Theater’s current production of “Guys and Dolls.” 725-8769; www.msmt.org.

Thursday, July 6

Rotary Club Lunch Meeting. Noon to 1 p.m. Village Inn, 165 High St., Auburn. The guest speaker is Bangor City Councilor and Maine Seniors magazine publisher David Nealley. No reservation required; lunch avail. for $14. 753-9040; monica.millhime@maine.gov.

Friday, July 7

Bates Dance Festival. 7:30 p.m. Schaeffer Theatre, 329 College St., Lewiston. Tonight’s DanceNow program features witty and poignant new works by New England dance makers Lida Winfield and Betsy Miller / Matthew Cumbie. $20/15/12. batesdancefestival.org.

Saturday, July 8

Concert in Waterfront Park. 6 to 7:30 p.m. Commercial St, Downtown Bath. The Strangely Possibles per form indie and blues. Free. 442-8455; www.chocolatechurcharts.org.

Bates Dance Festival. 7:30 p.m. Schaeffer Theatre, 329 College St., Lewiston. Tonight’s DanceNow program takes a deep dive into the legacy of Muhammad Ali with Vermont company Christal Brown and INSPIRIT. $20/15/12. batesdancefestival.org.

Tuesday, July 11

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Bates Dance Festival. 7:30 p.m. Schaeffer Theatre, 329 College St., Lewiston. In advance of their mainstage performances this weekend, David Dorfman Dance presents this Show & Tell discussing their creative process. Free. 786-6161.

Wednesday, July 12

Outdoor Movie Night. Holy family Field, Lewiston. Movie (to be announced) starts at dusk; kids’ activities start at 6:00. Popcorn and water provided. Free.

Thursday, July 13

Bates Dance Festival. 7:30 p.m. Schaeffer Theatre, 329 College St., Lewiston. David Dorfman Dance performs the kinetic poem “Aroundtown,” examining varied, unique and sometimes divided notions of love. Again 7/15. $25/18/12. batesdancefestival.org.

Friday, July 14

2nd Friday Brunswick. 4 to 7 p.m. Downtown venues along Maine St. This monthly Artwalk event features live performances, extended shopping hours, and over 40 artists’ displays. Free. brunswickdowntown.org.

Saturday, July 15

Concert in Waterfront Park. 6 to 7:30 p.m. Commercial St, Downtown Bath. Steel band Pan-Fried Steele performs. Free. 442-8455; www.chocolatechurcharts.org.

Tuesday, July 18

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Bates Dance Festival. 7:30 p.m. Schaeffer Theatre, 329 College St., Lewiston. In advance of their mainstage performances this weekend, zoe | juniper presents this Show & Tell discussing their creative process. Free. 786-6161.

Friday, July 21

Bates Dance Festival. 7:30 p.m. Schaeffer Theatre, 329 College St., Lewiston. zoe | juniper perform “Clear & Sweet,” mixing choreography and video with the American tradition of Shape Note Singing to highlight the roots of community. Again 7/22. $25/18/12. batesdancefestival.org.

Saturday, July 22

Baked Bean Supper. 5 p.m. First Congregational Church, Rte. 115, Gray. Baked beans, casseroles, salads, homemade breads and desserts, beverages. Wheelchair accessible. Adults $8; kids 12- $4. Call 657-4279, day of supper 657-3279.

Concert in Waterfront Park. 6 to 7:30 p.m. Commercial St, Downtown Bath. The Big Chip Trio play blues, jazz, and soul. Free. 442-8455; www.chocolatechurcharts.org.

Sunday, July 23

Emily’s Run. 8:30 a.m. Edward Little High School, Auburn. This USA Track & Field-certified 5k race has been designated the 2017 Maine State Championship event by the Road Runners Club of America. $25 adv./30 on race day. www.triplecrown5k.com.

Monday, July 24

Bates Dance Festival. 7:30 p.m. Franco Center, 46 Cedar St., Lewiston. The annual Musicians’ Concert features festival composers and multi-instrumentalists playing original and improvised music from around the world. $16/12/8. batesdancefestival.org.

Tuesday, July 25

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Monday, July 26

“A Peek Behind the Curtain.” Noon to 1 p.m. Morrell Meeting Room, Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick. A panel of artists, actors and staff discuss the Maine State Music Theater’s current production of “Grease.” 725-8769; www.msmt.org.

Outdoor Movie Night. So, Lewiston Ballfields. Movie (to be announced) starts at dusk; kids’ activities start at 6:00. Popcorn and water provided. Free.

Friday, July 28

Bates Dance Festival. 7:30 p.m. Schaeffer Theatre, 329 College St., Lewiston. The festival’s 35th Anniversary Gala, night one, features festival artist alums, including several of America’s most acclaimed dance artists. $35/27/20. batesdancefestival.org.

Saturday, July 29

Concert in Waterfront Park. 6 to 7:30 p.m. Commercial St, Downtown Bath. The Mass.-based DuPont Brothers play folk music. Free. 442-8455; www.chocolatechurcharts.org.

Bates Dance Festival. 7:30 p.m. Schaeffer Theatre, 329 College St., Lewiston. The festival’s 35th Anniversary Gala, night two, features festival artist alums, followed by a celebration honoring retiring director Laura Faure. $60/35/27/20. batesdancefestival.org.

Tuesday, August 1

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Thursday, August 3

Bates Dance Festival. 8 p.m. Bates Mill Complex, 35 Canal St., Lewiston. “Mill Town” is a site-specific, multimedia promenade around and through the Bates Mill Complex featuring dance, music, video and installations. Again 8/4. $20/15/12. batesdancefestival.org.

Friday, August 4

Concert: Sultans of String. 7:30 p.m. Chocolate Church Arts Center, 804 Washington St., Bath. This group thrills audiences with their genre-bending fusion of world music styles. $25/28. 442-8455; www.chocolatechurcharts.org.

Saturday, August 5

Bates Dance Festival. 1 to 5 p.m. Schaeffer Theatre, 329 College St., Lewiston. This Young Choreographers-New Works program features informal, adjudicated showings of more than 20 new works by talented festival students. Come and go as you please. Free. 786-6161.

Concert in Waterfront Park. 6 to 7:30 p.m. Commercial St, Downtown Bath. Cold Chocolate plays Americana, roots, and bluegrass. Free. 442-8455; www.chocolatechurcharts.org.

Bates Dance Festival. 7:30 p.m. Alumni Gymnasium, 130 Central Ave., Lewiston. The Festival Finale features new works by David Dorfman, Danny Buraczeski, Claudia Lavista and Omar Carrum, Tania Isaac and Shakia Johnson; and a production by festival Youth Arts Program participants. $6 (cash admission at door). 786-6161.

Tuesday, August 8

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Wednesday, August 9

Outdoor Movie Night. Pettingill School Park, Lewiston. Movie (to be announced) starts at dusk; kids’ activities start at 6:00. Popcorn and water provided. Free.

Thursday, August 10

Paris Hill Music Festival Concert. 7 p.m. First Baptist Church of Paris Hill, South Paris. Schooner Fare kicks off the festival with their blend of topical songs, country ballads and maritime masterpieces. $25. 743-9390; mbcaffey@gmail.com.

Friday, August 11

2nd Friday Brunswick. 4 to 7 p.m. Downtown venues along Maine St. This monthly Artwalk event features live performances, extended shopping hours, and over 40 artists’ displays. Free. brunswickdowntown.org.

Paris Hill Music Festival Concert. 7 p.m. First Baptist Church of Paris Hill, South Paris. The DaPonte String Quartet performs works by Beethoven and Ottorino Respighi. $20. 743-9390; mbcaffey@gmail.com.

Theater: “WORKING.” 7 p.m. Chocolate Church Arts Center, 804 Washington St., Bath. High school students perform in this adaptation of Studs Terkel’s classic book of interviews with American workers. $10/12. 442-8455; www.chocolatechurcharts.org.

Saturday, August 12

Paris Hill Music Festival Concert. 7 p.m. First Baptist Church of Paris Hill, South Paris. Noel Paul Stookey of “Peter, Paul, and Mary” performs songs of social change that speak to the soul. $30. 743-9390; mbcaffey@gmail.com.

Concert in Waterfront Park. 6 to 7:30 p.m. Commercial St, Downtown Bath. Papa Tim & Friends play R&B, soul, folk, and blues. Free. 442-8455; www.chocolatechurcharts.org.

Sunday, August 13

Paris Hill Music Festival Concert. 3 p.m. First Baptist Church of Paris Hill, South Paris. The Chris Humphrey Jazz Quartet of Kennebunk wraps up the festival with an afternoon of jazz on piano, bass, drums and saxophone. $20. 743-9390; mbcaffey@gmail.com.

Tuesday, August 15

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Wednesday, August 16

“A Peek Behind the Curtain.” Noon to 1 p.m. Morrell Meeting Room, Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick. A panel of artists, actors and staff discuss the Maine State Music Theater’s current production of “Newsies.” 725-8769; www.msmt.org.

Saturday, August 19

Concert in Waterfront Park. 6 to 7:30 p.m. Commercial St, Downtown Bath. The Downeast Soul Coalition play R&B, Soul, folk, and blues. Free. 442-8455; www.chocolatechurcharts.org.

Sunday, August 20

Theater: “Alice in Wonderland.” 10 a.m. Rehearsal Hall, 22 Elm St., Brunswick. ME State Music Theatre presents this special sensory-friendly version for kids with autism or other disabilities. Free, but reservations required. 725-8769; www.msmt.org.

Tuesday, August 22

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Wednesday, August 23

Outdoor Movie Night. Drouin Field, Lewiston. Movie (to be announced) starts at dusk; kids’ activities start at 6:00. Popcorn and water provided. Free.

Saturday, August 26

Concert in Waterfront Park. 6 to 7:30 p.m. Commercial St, Downtown Bath. The Alison Freeman-Shipmates perform maritime chanties. Free. 442-8455; www.chocolatechurcharts.org.

Sunday, August 27

L-A Bridge Run. 8:30 a.m. Rollodrome, Auburn. This USA Track & Field-certified 5k race features chip timing, drawings, refreshments, music, and awards. $25 adv./30 on race day. www.triplecrown5k.com.

Tuesday, August 29

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Tuesday, September 5

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Friday, September 8

2nd Friday Brunswick. 4 to 7 p.m. Downtown venues along Maine St. This monthly Artwalk event features live performances, extended shopping hours, and over 40 artists’ displays. Free. brunswickdowntown.org.

Tuesday, September 12

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Tuesday, September 19

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Tuesday, September 26

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

Tuesday, October 3

Auburn Farmers’ Market. 4 to 7 p.m. Happy Days parking lot, 67 Mill St. (park at Rolly’s Diner). Local farmers and artisans are on hand to sell a variety of fresh, seasonal or homemade products. 320-1969.

 


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