Rangeley Health and Wellness and Moose Alley are proud to present an evening with The Guess Who. Join us on Saturday July 31st, for this very special live concert event at Moose Alley in Rangeley, Maine. Showtime is 8pm, and doors will open at 6:30 pm. General admission and VIP tickets are available. VIP Tickets include on site parking, stage side seating and access to VIP lounge. Tickets are limited. Purchase tickets at Moose Alley | Rangeley Maine | Spirits Cafe Bar Grill
Free Concert: Hope Haitian Choir will be performing at Farmington Baptist Church on Monday, August 2nd, at 6:30 p.m. These children and their chaperones have had a difficult journey, so please come hear some of their stories and listen to their beautiful voices. Donations are welcome. Shirts, mugs, etc. will be available for purchase. For more information, please call 207-779-0731.
LIVE MUSIC Featuring Rhys Simpson 158 MIDDLE STREET FARMINGTON, MAINE KIDS UNDER 12 ARE FREE FOOD, GAMES, AND MEG'S SWEETS Automotive Technician who grew up listening to a variety of music, classic rock, blues, jazz, classical. A piano, guitar player & songwriter that writes purely whatever comes into his head. It doesn't really adhere to any genre. Pulling from many different influences. Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, SRV, Eric Johnson, Eric Gales, Chopin, Franz Liszt, Mozart, Beethoven, Sting, Miles Davis, Art Tatum, Pearl Jam, Sound Garden, The Eagles, Led Zepplin, Cream, and many many more. https://www.facebook.com/simpsonmancineband
Performing in this year’s Nordica Day Concert will be Kaleigh Hunter and Emma Jones, winners of last year’s Nordica Scholarship. They will be live-streamed from Nordica Auditorium on August 17 at 7:30. August 17 was the date in 1911 when world-famous opera diva and Farmington native, Lillian Nordica, performed in her hometown.The direct link to the live-streamed performance can be accessed on mtbluetv.org or artsfarmington.org. There is no charge, as it is a gift to the community from the Nordica Memorial Association. The video can also be viewed after August 27 on the above Mt. Blue TV and ArtsFarmington websites.
Webb Lake Association is hosting a Free bluegrass concert featuring The Sandy River Ramblers on Friday, August 20 beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Weld Town Hall. The WLA will have its annual meeting prior at 6:00 p.m. which is also open to the public.
Concert by Novel Jazz. Place - Titcomb Mt. Ski Area. Outdoor concert with option for people to arrive early to enjoy a picnic lunch before the concert. Desserts and non-alcoholic beverages will be available. Tickets purchased at the door. $12, 18 and under free as are UMF students
Concert by the Gawler Family at the UMF Amphitheater. Tickets available at artsfarmington.org or at the door. $10, 18 and under free as are UMF students.
Come and join us for a fun service – no sermon, just gospel songs and lots of opportunity to join in! We will be raising the rafters with well-loved gospel singer Sammie Angel and contributions from members of the church. Refreshments will be provided afterwards. Masks will be required and social distancing in the spacious church. The church is located at 14 Hancock Pond Road, ME 04961. Any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us at Martin Woods Farm on September 26th from 12 - 6 pm. We will be following COVID-19 guidelines for outdoor activities. Our activities include, but not limited to, carriage rides, lawn games, bonfires and s'mores, and many many yummy farm fresh food offerings. Parking is $20 per carload and all of the proceeds go to the Care and Share Food Closet. We hope to see you there! Martin Woods Farm - 24 Ablijah Hill Rd, Starks ME, 04911
Are you new to the music and visual artistry of David Bowie? Then this event is for you! Dr. Stephen Grandchamp (Assistant Professor of Literature and Digital Humanities at UMF) will screen and discuss four critical music videos from the career of David Bowie (including “Life on Mars?”) in order to initiate the New Commons Project’s exploration of his life and art.
An Evening of Poetry Reading by outgoing and incoming Maine poets laureate Stuart Kestenbaum and Julia Bouwsma. This event is presented by ArtsFarmington in collaboration with the UMF English Department. Fee is $10, free under 18 and for UMF students. Masks and vaccination are required. Tickets on our website, artsfarmington.org ,with limited availability of tickets at the door.