Date: August, 10th 2019 Time: 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM Place: Pennell Municipal Complex 24 Main St., Gray, ME The word is spreading that this annual family-centered festival is a heap of fun! The Gray Blueberry Festival celebrates Maine Wild Blueberries, community, and making connections with one another. The festival features live bands, local artisans, and food vendors peddling delicious blueberry-themed treats. There will be tons of food, activities, and live music, including: Blueberry Menu… Read more »
Local Happenings Categorized: Art
Date: July 22 – 26 Time: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Place: The Banquet Hall at the Link, the Old Abundant Grace building in East Cullman This annual summer camp helps kids ages 7- 14 learn art skills such as: Watercolors Acrylics Oils Pastels Sketching 3D Projects with Recycled Art Supplies At the end of the week, there will be a student art show where parents and community members can come out to support the… Read more »
Date: Sundays May to October Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Place: Bridge St. Howland, ME The Howland Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market will be open each Sunday through October from 10-2. Find the Market between the bridges at the baseball fields. The market association is working to improve the local economy and access to excellent nutritious food. Market vendors participate in WIC, Senior Farm Share, and SNAP/EBT programs. EBT benefits are doubled with generous funding by… Read more »
Date: June 28 – September 22, 2019 Place: The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art 3201 West 16th Street Sedalia, MO 65301 This exhibit features an extravagance of prints that well-illustrate how contemporary artists have found opportunities to expand their creativity through the print mediums’ varied avenues of investigation. To view photos from the exhibition click here. For more information visit the Daum online.
Date: June 28 – September 15, 2019 Place: The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art 3201 West 16th Street Sedalia, MO 65301 The prints in this exhibition are the culmination of the photographer’s inventiveness and synthesis of ideas, departures from traditional notions of photographic documentation and reportage. From John Pfahl’s intervention in the Utah landscape to Linda Connor’s interpretation of the Birth of Venus, this exhibit highlights the many varied approaches with which images may be constructed and… Read more »