Trail of Terror as you know it from past years has GROWN! United Way and Titcomb Mountain are joining forces for our fourth year to present Farmington Fright Nights! In partnership with Loki’s Workshop, a Halloween specialist, this year will be bigger and better than ever! As the event has grown, the space at Titcomb was just not enough, so make sure you head to the Farmington Fairgrounds this Halloween. Get ready for a Halloween-festival feel as we set out to put on a premier event! Attendees will have four opportunities to check this out, Friday, October 22nd, Saturday October
Have you ever wished you could keep a crowd on the edge of their seats with a good story? Well now is your chance! The Rangeley Friends of the Arts has received a Discovery Grant from the Onion Foundation to host Storytelling Workshops. The workshops will be held twice a month with an opportunity to perform monthly. Come craft your story with our favorite funny man, storyteller extraordinaire and RLRS English teacher, Tim Straub. Participants should come to the workshop with some ideas for your own story, something that really happened to you. Since you are telling a true story,
Don't miss the premier of "The Easter Movie: A Maine Retelling," starring the Sunday School kids of Old South First Congregational Church, UCC, in Farmington. Backed by a lively soundtrack by local musicians, the 45-minute film depicts the events of Holy Week and beyond, all from a unique Maine perspective. "The Easter Movie: A Maine Retelling," will be shown Palm Sunday, April 10th, 5 pm, at the Lincoln Auditorium on the UMF Campus. Free! (For safety, masks are required.)
City Lights North presents a culminating show to finish its performing arts camp. Farmington-area and Boston-area youth perform together: dance, vocals, music, and theatre! Come one come all.
Auditions for Death by Design at Sparrows Nest Theater 1114 West Mills Rd. Industry. Roles for 4 men + 4 women. Show dates Sept. 22-25. Call 431-9927 or visit sparrowsnestheater.weebly.com for more details.