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Local events covering Blue Hill, Brooklin, Brooksville, Castine, Deer Isle, Isle au Haut, Penobscot, Sedgwick, Surry and beyond. Website updated on Fridays. The deadline to submit events for print and web is Monday at 1 p.m.


Friday, 7/23

Stonington

Benefit Sale of Batik and Crafts from Ghana's Global Mamas: Proceeds to support educational programs for indigenous children and women in Guatemala, 1 -6 PM, also 7/24, 10 AM-5 PM, contact Nancy Wynne, 367-5816.

Surry

Casco Bay Tummlers: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 7 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com events.


Saturday, 7/24

Brooklin

Animal Tales: Writing workshop with Ellen Booraem, 11 AM, at library.

Food Swap: Share vegetables, sponsored by Food Corps, community garden, school, and Magic Food Bus, 10 AM-23 PM, at library.

Storytime with Christine Riggin: 10 AM, at library.

Castine

Book Sale: To benefit programing, rain or shine, 10 Am-2 PM, at library.

Ellsworth

Music on the Porch: With Gordon Thomas Ward, 4:30-6 PM, at Woodlawn Museum, woodlawnmuseum.com.

Penobscot

Public Breakfast: Eat in our take-out available, 7-9 AM, at United Methodist church, 326-9488.

Stonington

Alfresco Authors: Sister City by Ian Woollen: With library, Isle au Haut summer resident Q & A and book signing, 12:30-1:30 PM, at Small Cove Park.

Benefit Yard Sale and Raffle: Contact for raffle tickets, 9 AM-3 PM, at Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries, 367-2708.

Inside Dollar Yard Sale: 9 AM-12 PM, at Community of Christ church, Burnt Cove


Sunday, 7/25

Blue Hill

Here All Along Gallery Reception: 4 PM, at Cynthia Winings Gallery, 24 Parker Point Rd.

Brooksville

Speaker Series: With Professor and Brooksville summer resident Mimi Sheller, explore traditions as ways to address the environmental and climate crises, 4 PM, at the Good Life Center.

Surry

Amos Lawrence String Trio Classical Recital: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 4 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.

Deer Isle

Come Fly With Me Summer Fun: For community children pre school to fourth grade, registration required, 2-4 PM, at 57 Church St., 348-6602.


Monday, 7/26

Blue Hill

Broadband Town Meeting/Information Session: Learn more about the work that is being done, 7-8 PM, online, contact Christina Schunemann, christina@christinaschunemann.com.

Flash! In the Pans: Community steelband returns to the park, 7-9 PM.

Peninsula Free Health Clinic: For uninsured patients, walk in or by appointment, 3-6 PM, at 26 Hinckley Ridge Rd., 374-5585, clinic@peninsulafreehealth.org.

Deer Isle

Annual Meeting: Hillside Cemetary Corporation, election of officers and board of directors, 6 PM, at town office.

Library Lawn Series: Music with Donna Rankin, 5-6 PM, at library, 348-2899, deerislelibrary.org.

Stonington

Library Book Club: Maine 201: With Library, fourth Mon. every month, two Ashley Bryan autobiographies, belated Maine bicentennial celebration, call to register, 6:30-7:30 PM online, 367-5926, stoningtonlibrary.org.

Surry

Patten Stream Poetry Workshop for Kids: Compose poems and create watercolor paintings to be displayed along trail with local poet and educator Kat Hudson, 9-11 AM, at Patten Stream Preserve, 374-5118, info@bluehillheritagetrust.org.


Tuesday, 7/27

Deer Isle

Annual Meeting: With Island Heritage Trust, 2 PM, at episcopal church.


Wednesday, 7/28

Blue Hill

Hiking Book Club: For teens, to discuss Hoot by Carl Hiaasen, 2:30 PM, at Peter's Brook Trail, bhpl.net, 374-5515.

Cold Wax and Oil Painting Class: With Lori Roll, all materials included, at Central Hall, 10 AM-4 PM, lori2roll@gmail.com.

Brooklin

Adult Book Club: Lands of Lost Borders (A Journey on the Silk Road) by Kate Harris, 4 PM, at library.

Brooksville

Remembering and Centering: Writing from the Pandemic: Poetry workshop, limited space, 1-4 PM, at library, 326-4560, brook@brooksvillelibrary.org.

Stonington

Birds on a Wire Concert: Donations benefit Healthy Island Project, 7-8:30 PM, at Odd Fellows Hall, 367-6332.

Vanessa Anspaugh: In collaboration with Bates Dance Festival, Funerals of the Ocean, 6 PM, at Burnt Cove Church, operahousearts.org.


Friday, 7/30

Deer Isle

12x12 Reception: Meet the artists and refreshments, 3-5 PM, at DIAA Gallery, 15 Main St, deerisleartists.com.

Stonington

Lunch & Learn - Ocean Acidification in the Gulf of Maine: Issue and Solutions: With Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries, 12"30 PM, online, us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LebPx-JyQoC7RAIW6K79jQ.

Meet the Makers: Trunk show and appearance by Alishan, also 7/31, 11 AM-5 PM, at McVeigh Jewelry, jmcveighjewelry.com/events.

Our Own Community Playreading: Othello: With Opera House Arts, also 7/31, at ball field, operahousearts.org.

Surry

John Gallagher Jazz Performance: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 7 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Saturday, 7/31

Blue Hill

Cemetery Tours: With historical society, highlighting prominent citizens buried there, 9:30-11 AM, at Seaside Cemetery.

Brooksville

Summer Sale: To benefit work of the church, 8 AM-12 PM, at Congregational church, 1597 Coastal Rd.

Surry

Bicentennial Art Show: Featuring local artists and history, sale also, 4-5:30 PM, at Rural Hall.


Sunday, 8/1

Brooksville

Speaker Series: With homesteader and author Greg July, presentation on shift of Western European on Scott Nearing's political life and ideals, 4 PM, at the Good Life Center.

Deer Isle

Nature Journaling: With Island Heritage Trust, basic supplies provided, every Mon., location TBD weekly, 9 AM, 348-2455, islandheritagetrust.org.

Penobscot

Outdoor Concert and Ice Cream Social: Davis Bradley, bluegrass due, bring lawn chair, donations suggested, 4 PM, at Baptist church, 235 So. Bay Rd.

Stonington

Broadway Comes to Stonington: Hugh Panaro, Leenya Rideout and special guests, operahousearts.org.

Surry

Deborah Fortier Solo Piano Recital: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 4 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Monday, 8/2

Deer Isle

Library Lawn Series: Mammals of Maine with Martha Bell of Island Heritage Trust, 5-6 PM, at library, 348-2899, deerislelibrary.org.


Tuesday, 8/3

Blue Hill

Downeast Art & Antique Show: To benefit George Stevens Academy, also 8/4, 10 AM-6 PM, at GSA, preview party 8/2, 5-8 PM, downeastantiqueshow@gmail.com.

Brooksville

Farmers Market: Every Tue., at community center, 9:30 AM-12 PM, facebook.com/BrooksvilleMaineFarmersMarket.

Priceless Yard Sale: Every Tue., name your price, at Methodist church, 713 Coastal Rd., 9 AM-12 PM, 469-7850.

Storytime on the Lawn: And crafts, every Tue., 10:30 AM, at library, claire.malina@bhpl.net, 374-5515.

Castine

Live Jazz: Various local artists, every Tue.,reservations suggested, 6-8 PM, at Pentagoet Inn, 326-8616.

Surry

Akiva Jacobs Jazz Performance: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 7 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Wednesday, 8/4

Blue Hill

Broadband Town Meeting/Information Session: Learn more about the work that is being done, 7-8 PM, at library, contact Christina Schunemann, christina@christinaschunemann.com.

Magic the Gathering: Meets every Wed., 3 PM, at library, bhpl.net.
Playgroup in the Park: For kids ages 0-5 and caregivers, every Wed., 10:30 AM, at town park, 374-5515, claire.malina@bhpl.net.

Castine

Castine Classic Yacht Celebration: Race to Camden leaving yacht club around 10:30 AM.

Deer Isle

Haystack Mountain School of Crafts Campus Tour: Pre-registration required, every wed., 1 PM, at 89 Haystack School Dr., haystack-mtn.org/visit

Stonington

Shank Painter: Pirate-themed folk music trio, 7 PM, at ball field, operahousearts.org.

Surry

Jeremiah & Annemieke McLane: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 7 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Thursday, 8/5

Blue Hill

Jonathan Fisher House Tours: Every Thu. and Sat., 1-3:30 PM, 44 Mines Rd., 374-2459, jonathanfisherhouse.org.

Brooklin

A Midsummer Night's Dream: Threadbare Theatre Workshop's community-based production of Shakespeare's magical haunt in the woods, also 8/6,7,8, outdoors at Carding Brook Farm, threadbaretheatreworkshop.org.

Farmers Market: Every Thu., beside library, 11 AM-1 PM, facebook.com/Brooklin-Farmers-Market-1686328718297388.

Hymn Sing: Come sing your heart out, old fashion non demoninational, at Rockbound Chapel, 734 Reach Rd., 7:30-8:30 PM, brooklinrockboundchapel@gmail.com.

Pickleball: With library, learn how to play, every Thur. 9-11 AM, 322-3356, carter1012003@gmail.com.

Photography Enthusiasts Unite: With library, meet other people who enjoy taking photos, meets every first and third Thur., 4 PM, Steve Greenberg with questions, psychle@mac.com.

Castine

Farmers Market: Every Thu., at town common, 9-11:30 AM, facebook.com/Brooklin-Farmers-Market-1686328718297388.

Maritime Music Concert with Castlebay: An evening of traditional Maine seafaring songs performed outdoors, 6-7:30 PM, at town common, 326-4118, admin@castinehistoricalsociety.org.

Deer Isle

Artisans Market: Every Thu., by town office, 10 AM-2 PM, facebook.com/Deer-Isle-Artisans-Market-301599030021234.

Hiking Club: With Island Heritage Trust, email communication sent Mon. on location, weather dependent, every Thu., 9 AM, 348-2455, islandheritagetrust.org.

Ellsworth

DaPonte String Quartet: Concert celebrating Maine Bicentennial, 7-8:30 PM, library, daponte.org.

Tai Chi to Nourish Mind and Body: Healthy Acadia's Monthly Mindfulness Series, 5 PM, register online, on Zoom, bit.ly/taichi-mind-body.


Friday, 8/6

Blue Hill

Chess for Kids: All ages and experience levels, chess boards and guidance for beginners provided, 3 PM, 374-5515, at library lawn, claire.malina@bhpl.net.

Stonington

Farmers Market: Every Fri., at community center, 10 AM-12 PM, stoningtonfarmersmarket.com.

Surry

Ryu Mitsuhashi and the Tough End String Band: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 7 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Saturday, 8/7

Blue Hill

Farmers Market: Every Sat., no dogs, at Fairgrounds, 9-11:30 AM, bluehillfarmersmarket.com.

Just Move Fun Run & Walk: Organized by GraceCarrFitness LLC in partnership with the Blue Hill Heritage Trust and the Blue Hill YMCA, registration at 8 AM, race starts at 9 AM, at congregational church, Grace Carr, 240-743-9939, carrgrace22@gmail.com.

Union Street Tours: With historical society, walk through cemetaries and historic buildings, 9:30-11 AM, meet at Holt House, 3 Water St.


Sunday, 8/8

Brooksville

Speaker Series: With activist and WERU weekly contributor Larry Dansinger, on end of concept of work as we know it and its relevance to modern living, 4 PM, at the Good Life Center.

Penobscot

Artist Talk: With Ron King, fiber artist, with Fields of Color exhibit, 1 PM, at the Gallery Within/ Reversing Falls Sanctuary.

Surry

Sasha Beresovsky Solo Piano Recital: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 4 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Wednesday, 8/11

Stonington

The Gawler Sisters: Acclaimed folk group, 7 PM, at ball field operahousearts.org.


Thursday, 8/12

Blue Hill

Forest Roads, Forestry and Farm Workshop: With Hancock County Soil and Water Conservation District, 2-5 PM, at Kingdom Road Farm. jtucker@hancockcountyswcd.org.

Stonington

Shakespeare In Stonington - Desdemona: With Opera House Arts, until 8/29, 5:30 PM, at Nervous Nellies, operahousearts.org.


Friday, 8/13

Deer Isle

Tour of Nellieville with Peter Beerits: Insider tour of his sculptural, historical, ever-evolving village, 2 PM, also 8/27, at Nervous Nellie's Jams and Jellies, 598 Sunshine Rd., jam@nervousnellies.com.

Surry

Making Your Voice Heard: Three-Day Vocal Workshop: Three-day creative immersion culminating in publc performance, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Saturday, 8/14

Blue Hill

Blueberry Bazaar: Outdoor flea market with live music, rain or shine, 9 AM-2 PM, at congregational church, 374-2891, info@bluehillcongregational.org.

Cemetery Tours: With historical society, highlighting prominent citizens buried there, 9:30-11 AM, at Seaside Cemetery.

Nature Sketching: With local artist Tim Trelease, 2-4 PM, at Tim's Studio, 136 Turkey Farm Road, 374-5118, info@bluehillheritagetrust.org.

Peninsula Potters Studio Tour and Sale: Various locations, see website, 10 AM-5 PM, peninsulapotters.com.

Stewards Almanac: Planting a Food Forest: See how plants interact with each other and implement plant guilds, with Blue Hill Heritage Trust, call to register, 10 AM-12 PM, at Way of the Earth School, 319 Jay Carter Rd., 374-5118.

Brooksville

Family Concert! Littles: Princes, Match Girls & Engines that Could: With Bagaduce Music, tickets available online, at Edgewood Farm, 4 PM, bagaducemusic.org.


Sunday, 8/15

Brooksville

Speaker Series: With activist and author Aran Shetterly to discuss new book that takes hopeful and realistic look at systemic racism, 4 PM, at the Good Life Center.


Monday, 8/16

Blue Hill

Flash! In the Pans: Community steelband returns to the park, 7-9 PM.

Deer Isle

Library Lawn Series: Creative Writing Workshop with Lily Fesenthal, 5-6 PM, at library, 348-2899, deerislelibrary.org.


Tuesday, 8/17

Deer Isle

Tall Tales, Fish Tails, & Damn Lies: Evening of music and words from fishing community, ticks online, 6-8 PM, at Reach Performing Arts Center, talltales-fishtails.eventbrite.com.


Wednesday, 8/18

Blue Hill

children's concert: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-our-collection-family-concert-childrens-music-of-maia-aprahamian-tickets-155870501867
The Intimate Bach: With Blue Hill Bach, inaugural concert with recently donated harpsichord, tickets online, 7:30 PM, at St. Francis by the Sea, 613-5454, bluehillbach.org.

Brooksville

Alone, Together: Lessons from the Past Year: Share work created during pandemic, time TBD, at Bagaduce Theater, 326-4560, brook@brooksvillelibrary.org.

East Blue Hill
Plant ID and Citizen Science Walking Tour of Village: Blue Hill Heritage Trust’s Chrissy Allen on how to use some of BHHT's Citizen Science apps to identify plants and insects, meet at library, 374-5118, info@bluehillheritagetrust.org.

Stonington

Michel Lauzière: Comedian act, 7 PM, atOpera House, operahousearts.org.


Thursday, 8/19

Blue Hill

Bach's Lunch: With Blue Hill Bach, lecture-demonstration with conductor John Finney and members of ensemble, 12 PM, at co-op, 613-5454, bluehillbach.org.

Brooklin

Baroque Pick-Nick: With Blue Hill Bach, Baroque Cafe with food and drink featuring members from Festival orchestra, 5 PM, at Atlantic Boat Company Sail Loft, 613-5454, bluehillbach.org.

Hymn Sing: Come sing your heart out, old fashion non demoninational, at Rockbound Chapel, 734 Reach Rd., 7:30-8:30 PM, brooklinrockboundchapel@gmail.com.

Castine

Annual Meeting and Program: Business meeting then presentation by Captain Richard F. Miller on sailing square-rigged ships, at historical society, 4-6 PM, contact Judy Tucker, 667-8663, admin@castinehistoricalsociety.org.

Surry

Healthy Soils Workshop: With Hancock County Soil and Water Conservation District, 2-5 PM, at 37 Cross Cut Rd. jtucker@hancockcountyswcd.org.

Winter Harbor Music Festival - Mozart’s Impresario: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 4 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Friday, 8/20

Surry

John Gallagher Outdoor Jazz: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 7 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Saturday, 8/21

Blue Hill

Blue Hill Maritime Heritage Festival: Belated Maine Bicentennial celebration.

Impacts of Martime Industry on Maine's Forested Landscape: Open-Air Arts initiative at Blue Hill Maritime Festival, installation exploring plant mobilities and historic impacts of Maritime industry on Maine's forested landscape, at Pendelton Building Gardens, Water St., 374-5118, info@bluehillheritagetrust.org.

Songs of Praise & Jubilation: With Blue Hill Bach, Festival Finale, 7:30 PM, at congregational church, 613-5454, bluehillbach.org.

Bucksport

Tim Sample Concert: Sponsored by Bucksport Area Senior Center, 7 PM, at performing arts center, tickets available at senior center, town office, or BookStacks, 469-3633.


Sunday, 8/22

Blue Hill

Sunset & Full Moon Hike up Blue Hill Mountain: Meet at trailhead at 7 PM, hike to watch moon rise at 8 PM, bring headlamp and sturdy footwear, at Hayles Trail parking lot, 374-5118, info@bluehillheritagetrust.org.

Brooksville

Speaker Series: With herbalist and activist Deb Soule of Avena Botanicals,on herbal remedies to develop resilience in response to stresses of the pandemic, 4 PM, at the Good Life Center.

Surry

DaPonte String Quartet: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 4 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.

Forest Mandala Restoration Workshop: Create online map guiding visitors through process of forest restoration and outdoor engagements, while contemplating how to heal past extractive relationships with the forest, at Surry Forest, 374-5118, info@bluehillheritagetrust.org.


Monday, 8/23

Blue Hill

Flash! In the Pans: Community steelband returns to the park, 7-9 PM.

Deer Isle

Library Lawn Series: Artist Talk with Ana Fitzgerald and Marvin Merritt IV, 5-6 PM, at library, 348-2899, deerislelibrary.org.

Stonington
Library Book Club: Maine 201: With Library, fourth Mon. every month, One Vacant Chair by Joe Coomer, belated Maine bicentennial celebration, call to register, 6:30-7:30 PM online, 367-5926, stoningtonlibrary.org.


Tuesday, 8/24

Stonington

Katie Zaffrann: Solitude, Sunset: Songs of Maine and The American Northeast: With Opera House Arts, 7 PM, at Burnt Cove Church, operahousearts.org.


Friday, 8/27

Stonington
DO NOT MOVE STONES: By ANNA + MARVIN and Reach Performing Arts Center, partnered with Island Heritage Trust, until 8/29, at Settlement Quarry and digitaly on-demand, marvinmerritt.com/dnms/.

Surry

Juanito Pascual Flamenco Performance: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 7 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Saturday, 8/28

Deer Isle

Combined Birthday Party for Healthy Island Project and Evergreen Garden Club: Food, activities, and music, 1-3 PM, Mariner Park.


Sunday, 8/29

Brooksville

Speaker Series: With local activist and humane educator Zoe Weil, to share vision of a world where people, animals, and nature not only coexist, but a world where all living things thrive together, 4 PM, at the Good Life Center.

Surry

Silver Duo Classical Concert: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 4 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Wednesday, 9/1

Blue Hill

Magic the Gathering: Meets every Wed., 3 PM, at library, bhpl.net.

Brooklin

Wednesday Walks: Every Wed.,at 4PM, meet at library.


Thursday, 9/2

Brooklin

Farmers Market: Every Thu., beside library, 11 AM-1 PM, facebook.com/Brooklin-Farmers-Market-1686328718297388.

Castine

Farmers Market: Every Thu., at town common, 9-11:30 AM, facebook.com/Brooklin-Farmers-Market-1686328718297388.

Deer Isle

Artisans Market: Every Thu., by town office, 10 AM-2 PM, facebook.com/Deer-Isle-Artisans-Market-301599030021234.


Friday, 9/3

Brooklin

Mackerel Sky: Threadbare Theatre Workshop presents the premiere of Jon Ellsworth's original play outdoors, also 9/3,4,5, at Carding Brook Farm, kate@threadbaretheatreworkshop.org.

Stonington

Farmers Market: Every Fri., at community center, 10 AM-12 PM, stoningtonfarmersmarket.com.


Saturday, 9/4

Blue Hill

Farmers Market: Every Sat., no dogs, at Fairgrounds, 9-11:30 AM, bluehillfarmersmarket.com.

Jonathan Fisher House Tours: Every Thu. and Sat., 1-3:30 PM, 44 Mines Rd., 374-2459, jonathanfisherhouse.org.

Surry

Juliane Gardner and Chris Poulin Shades of Blue Jazz: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 7 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Sunday, 9/5

Surry

Hanz Araki – Japanese Shakuhachi Flutist: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 7 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Monday, 9/6

Surry

Timothy Burris and Lydia Forbes Reflection on the Tango: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 4 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Tuesday, 9/7

Brooksville

Farmers Market: Every Tue., at community center, 9:30 AM-12 PM, facebook.com/BrooksvilleMaineFarmersMarket.

Castine

Live Jazz: Various local artists, every Tue.,reservations suggested, 6-8 PM, at Pentagoet Inn, 326-8616.


Friday, 9/10

Deer Isle

Tour of Nellieville with Peter Beerits: Insider tour of his sculptural, historical, ever-evolving village, 2 PM, at Nervous Nellie's Jams and Jellies, 598 Sunshine Rd., jam@nervousnellies.com.

Surry

Singer/Songwriter Caroline Cotter: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 7 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Saturday, 9/18

Surry

Swingmatism at the Barn: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 7 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Wednesday, 9/22

Castine

Cotton's Ocean: Castine and the Antebellum Cotton Trade lecture: With historical society, by Dr. Stephen J. Hornsby on the importance of the cotton trade to the Maine economy, 7-8 PM, on Zoom, 326-4118, admin@castinehistoricalsociety.org.


Friday, 9/24

Surry

Danny Fischer-Lockhead Classical Performance: Tickets available online, limited seating, CDC protocols in place, 7 PM, 8 Cross Rd., surryartsandevents.com/events.


Sunday, 9/26

Brooksville

Concert: How Can I Keep From Singing?: With Bagaduce Music, tickets available online, at Holbrook Island Sanctuary, 5 PM, bagaducemusic.org.


Monday, 9/27

Stonington

Library Book Club: Maine 201: With Library, fourth Mon. every month, An Upriver Passamaquoddy by Allen J. Sockabasin, belated Maine bicentennial celebration, call to register, 6:30-7:30 PM online, 367-5926, stoningtonlibrary.org.


Monday, 10/4

Blue Hill

Farmers Market: Every Sat., no dogs, at Fairgrounds, 9-11:30 AM, bluehillfarmersmarket.com.


Tuesday, 10/5

Castine

Live Jazz: Various local artists, every Tue.,reservations suggested, 6-8 PM, at Pentagoet Inn, 326-8616.


Monday, 10/25

Stonington

Library Book Club: Maine 201: With Library, fourth Mon. every month, The Glass Town Game by Catherynne M. Valente, belated Maine bicentennial celebration, call to register, 6:30-7:30 PM online, 367-5926, stoningtonlibrary.org.


Monday, 11/22

Stonington

Library Book Club: Maine 201: With Library, fourth Mon. every month, Sigh, Gone: A Misfit’s Memoir of Great Books, Punk Rock, and the Fight to Fit In by Phuc Tran, 6:30-7:30 PM online, 367-5926, stoningtonlibrary.org.


Monday, 12/20

Stonington

Library Book Club: Maine 201: With Library, fourth Mon. every month, Rules by Cynthia Lord, 6:30-7:30 PM online, 367-5926, stoningtonlibrary.org.