Three Gems from the Silent Movie Era

Online Classic Movies with old time piano. ArtsFarmington will be presenting an online series called “Three Gems from the Silent Movie Era” accompanied by Doug Protsik on old-time piano. The first movie, Charlie Chaplin’s "The Kid," will be available starting Jan. 22 for one week. To purchase tickets for viewing, and to learn more about the series, go to www.artsfarmington.org.

Auditions

Sparrows Nest Theater 1114 West Mills Rd, Industry, ME

Auditions for 2 shows-"Stuart Little" Roles for 7-25-either gender. "Anastasia Krupnik" Roles for 6 women, 4 girls, 2 men, 3 boys. Performance dates August 26-29  FMI-207-431-9927

“Anastasia Krupnik”

Sparrows Nest Theater 1114 West Mills Rd, Industry, ME

Sparrows Nest Theater presents "Anastasia Krupnik" - Play based on the Lois Lowry book. The coming of age story of a girls adventures and challenges in life,  "just trying to grow up". 1114 West Mills Rd. Industry, ME  Adults $15  Students $10  Family of 4  $35  Call 207-431-9927 to reserve tickets. Tickets also available at the door.

Storytelling by Antonio Rocha

Pond Street, Rangeley 7 Pond Street, Rangeley, ME

Internationally-known storyteller and mime Antonio Rocha (pronounced “haw-sha”) will present “Nature, My Teacher.” With his tenor voice, realistic sound effects and precise mime moves, he will recount his hilarious yet poignant Kilimanjaro climb story and that of his three-day hike on the Appalachian Trail with his through-hiker daughter—and the lessons he learned. A nature lover, Antonio is sure to delight your soul and tickle your funny bone. For more information about this Brazilian-born Maine resident, visit www.storyinmotion.com

Free
Recurring

Farmington Fright Nights

Farmington Fairgrounds 292 High St, Farmington, ME

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

$20.00
Recurring

Farmington Fright Nights

Farmington Fairgrounds 292 High St, Farmington, ME

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

$20.00
Recurring

Farmington Fright Nights

Farmington Fairgrounds 292 High St, Farmington, ME

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

$20.00
Recurring

Farmington Fright Nights

Farmington Fairgrounds 292 High St, Farmington, ME

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

$20.00

Farmington Silent Film Festival

Emery Community Arts Center at the University of Maine at Farmington

From the Harpodeon film library we are proud to present the first of what will hopefully be an annual silent film festival at the Emery Community Arts Center here in Farmington, Maine. The festival is in two themed programs, both opening on a number of short subjects and closing with a feature film. Railroad disaster films are the focus of the first program and LGBTQ+ silents make up the second program, with live musical accompaniment provided by Doug Prostik. Feb. 10th, Railroad Disasters: It is difficult to understand today just what a modern marvel trains were in the early twentieth

$15
Recurring

Auditions

Sparrows Nest Theater 1114 West Mills Rd, Industry, ME

Auditions for Anne Frank (performance dates May 12-15. Rolls for 5 men + 5 women) and The Phantom Tollbooth (Performance dates August 11-14. Rolls for 15 men, women, children- all ages). Call 491-9927 FMI or to schedule an alternative day/time to audition.

Recurring

Auditions

Sparrows Nest Theater 1114 West Mills Rd, Industry, ME

Auditions for Anne Frank (performance dates May 12-15. Rolls for 5 men + 5 women) and The Phantom Tollbooth (Performance dates August 11-14. Rolls for 15 men, women, children- all ages). Call 491-9927 FMI or to schedule an alternative day/time to audition.