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1st Annual Run for the Hills

Belfast Boathouse, 34 Commercial St., Belfast, ME, 04915

Support Coastal Mountains Land Trust and enjoy a scenic 5K walk or 10K run through downtown Belfast and (for the run) along the Passagassawakeag River past two Land Trust preserves. Both routes will finish at the eastern end of the Belfast Footbridge. All net proceeds from this event will directly benefit the Land Trust's land conservation work in the western Penobscot Bay region. Registration: ...

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4th Annual Bug Run 5K

Union Street and Miller Street, Belfast, Maine, USA, 04915

Sponsor: Belfast Area Rotary Club When: Saturday, August 17, 2013, 8:30 am start Where: Parking lot at Union Street and Miller Street in Belfast Course: Very scenic, fairly flat course with a few gentle hills, half in shaded neighborhoods, half exposed along the water front; two water stops Awards: Top female and male; then top M & F in each of 7 age brackets Fee: $20 preregistered or ...

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a New Vaudeville Revue

106 Bog Road, Norhtport, ME, USA, 04849

A New Vaudeville Revue is the fun filled, down home music and comedy variety show of Belfast, Maine. Hosted by MC Ando Anderson, the program is videotaped before a live audience and broadcast on cable access stations throughout the state. Each episode features the comedy stylings of Peter Conant, Kristen Burkholder and Jenny Tibbetts. Live music is provided by the house band with special guest ...

Artists Lecture Series

256 High Street, Belfast, Maine, USA, 04915

The Waterfall Arts presents talk by local or visiting artist fourth Monday monthly at 7pm. Cost: $7; free students

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Heritage Park, Belfast, ME, USA, 04915

One of the most scenic downtown waterfront venues in midcoast Maine is turned into a feast for the eyes with more than 80 fine artists and artisans displaying and selling their beautiful artwork. ARTS IN THE PARK is more than a terrific art show, it has a festival atmosphere with continuous live music and a terrific selection of food. Browse and shop for unique gifts for family, friends, or yourse ...

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Belfast Flying Shoes Dance Series

143 Church Street, Belfast, ME, 04915

First Friday of the Month under the Disco Ball at the American Legion Hall 6:30pm: Community Dance Fun & simple dances. Brush-up on & learn new skills! For the whole community: beginners and experienced dancers alike. Chrissy Fowler calling with The All-Comers Band (All musicians encouraged to sit in!) 7:30pm *Tasty Treat Potluck* Savory or sweet finger foods for an after-dinner treat! ...

Belfast Garden Club Open Garden Days

Belfast, Maine, USA, 04915

One private garden opened to public, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., almost every Friday, May 9th – Sept. 19th. 18 varied gardens -- established formal plantings, newly created kitchen gardens, woodland settings, native plantings with ponds, iron and stonework. Cost: $3. Flyers with dates and locations available from town retailers, B&Bs and Visitor’s Center. Maps and directions to each garden available at Post Office Square. For more information, visit or call 338-0085.

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Belfast Historical Society Museum exhibits now open all...

10 Market St., Belfast, Maine, USA, 04915

The Belfast Historical Society Museum opens for the season on Saturday, June 21. Hours are Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Located at 10 Market Street, corner of Church and Market.The Museum is considered to be one of the best small history museums in the mid-coast. Exhibits include a Maritime History room, Notable Women of Belfast, Percy Sanborn painting gallery and Made in Belfast. Did ...

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Belfast Rotary Kilted Canter 5K Road Race

Belfast Area High School, Belfast, Maine, USA, 04915

Event: Kilted Canter 5K Road Race “Where the Pleats Meet the Streets” Sponsor: Belfast Area Rotary Club When: Saturday, July 20, 2013, 9:00 am start Where: Belfast Area High School, 28 Lions Way, Belfast, Maine Fee: $20 preregistered or race day Registration: Online at; or race day between 8:00-8:45; or by mail (form at Maine Celtic Celebration website and mailed to Christine Beacham, Belfast Area Rotary Club, PO Box 74, Belfast, ME 04915) Contact: Christine Beacham, 207-620-6117, [email protected]

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Belfast Summer Nights

High Street, Belfast, Maine, USA, 04915

Outdoor summer music series, downtown Belfast every Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:30pm. Free/donations. Bring your folding chairs and dancing shoes!!

Book Arts Invitational at Aarhus Gallery

50 Main Street, Belfast, Me, 04915

Aarhus Gallery invites the public to the opening reception for their latest group invitational show Friday October 24th from 5-8pm. Artist Books will be featured from 20 Maine and Maine related artist who specialize in the 'book' form. The show runs from October 21- November 16. This form of creative book arts comes in many articulations and is bound only by the artists' imagination and skill ...

Book Reading and Author Discussion

2526 Atlantic Highway, Lincolnville, Maine, United States, 04849

Join Dr. Steven Kassels for a unique event that addresses the very real and frightening reality of addiction in our communities. Addiction on Trial: Tragedy in Downeast Maine is a unique medical murder mystery/legal thriller that entertains and educates readers through the depiction of the struggles of addiction. Dr. Kassels clearly defines the disease of addiction while providing insight into the ...

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Contradance: Magic Foot and Rebecca Lay

143 Church Street, Belfast, Maine

Belfast Flying Shoes Dance Series presents, Magic Foot (Collin Lindsay, Christian "Junior" Stevens, Brendan Taaffe), calling by Rebecca Lay. Contra and community dances at the American Legion Hall, 143 High St.(entrance on Church St.) in Belfast with a community dance, potluck snack break, and contra dance; the Belfast Flying Shoes dance series. Everybody is welcome, come with or without partner. ...

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Fiber College of Maine

216 West Main St., Searsport, ME, USA, 04974

Fiber College, September 8-11, 2011, is a weekend to share fiber with friends old and new, walk the beach and maybe knit by the surf or perhaps learn a new fiber skill. The college is held on the beautiful grounds of Searsport Shores Ocean Camping in mid coast Maine. What is Fiber College? It's all about doing...and it's more than classes: it's community, sharing and evening events. We h ...

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Friday Night Artwalks

Main and High Street, Belfast, ME, USA, 04915

CELEBRATE THE ARTS IN BELFAST EVERY FRIDAY IN JULY AND AUGUST 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM An opportunity to visit over 13 galleries and studios. A social scene to visit and see and be seen. Enjoy refreshments at hosting galleries and be entertained by the sidewalk performances of area musicians, dancers and performers as you stroll from gallery to gallery.

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Maine's Finest Bagpiper to Play in Freedom

Freedom, ME, US, 04941

Ursa Beckford, Maine's finest bagpiper, will perform in Freedom on May 6 at 7 pm at the Freedom Grange. Ursa, aged 17, is an award winning and thoroughly entertaining musician. Ursa brings an expressiveness to his music that is remarkable. He is a joy to watch and to listen to and his audiences are always mesmerized by his swift fingers, tapping feet and beautiful, singing pipes. This fun-fille ...

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Making Change

118 Northport Avenue, Belfast, Maine, USA, 04915

The Waldo County General Hospital Education Center is hosting a support group for young people (ages13-29) considering/committed to reccovery from substance abuse, other addictions. Free, confidential. Wednesdays weekly

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Pancake 5K Run/Walk

Belfast Area High School, Belfast, Maine, Waldo, 04915

Event: Pancake 5K with a pancake breakfast to follow Sponsor: Belfast Area Rotary Club When: Sunday, October 13, 2013, 9:00 am start Where: Belfast Area High School, 98 Waldo Avenue, Belfast, Maine Course: Fast and flat; two water stops Awards: Top female and male; then top M & F in each of 7 age brackets Fee: $20 includes race and pancake breakfast; free t-shirt to those registered ...

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Penobscot Bay Singers and Mount View Singers

United Methodist Church & First Church UCC, Belfast, ME, USA, 04915

Belfast — Penobscot Bay Singers and Mount View Chamber Singers again join forces for a rich and varied program offered to the Belfast community Saturday and Sunday, April 2 and 3. The Saturday concert will be at the United Methodist Church, 23 Mill Lane at 7 p.m., while Sunday's will be at the First Church UCC, 8 Court St. at 3 p.m. A $12 donation is suggested. The Mount View Chamber Singers, directed by David Stevenson, will perform a selection of a cappella works ranging from the Renaissance to modern music including American spirituals. The student singers are well known in the area for their Carols in the Round concerts each Christmas season. The spring concert gives them a chance to hone the works they will take on tour to Italy later this year, where they hope to sing the Palestrina and di Lasso pieces in churches where they were first performed. Richard Dostie will direct the Penobscot Bay Singers in works by Johannes Brahms: Two Motets, opus 29; and “Nänie,” opus 82. The first motet is a setting of a religious poem by Paul Speratus (1484-1551), while the second is based on Psalm 51, verses 12 through 14. “Nänie” is a setting of a secular poem by Friedrich Schiller that tells of the woe of the immortals when their beloved one must die: “that Beauty must fade, that the Perfect must die!” While “even a song of lament … is glory” for the gods, the common folk die unsung, laments the poet. While the sentiments are sad, the music is uplifting and deeply emotional. The earlier motets are less lyrical overall, but full of intriguing architectural fugues that build dramatically. The “Schaffe in mir, Gott, ein rein Herz” ends in a joyful romp of runs in each part, sometimes in harmony, sometimes chasing each other for 27 breathless bars. Brahms is challenging but fun to sing, according to chorus members. Linnea Johnson will accompany the Brahms works on piano. The Penobscot Bay Singers, now in their 37th season, draw their membership from all over Waldo County and occasionally beyond. They offer three concerts each year, two classical/liturgical and a pops. While member dues and concert income help defray the costs of good direction and accompaniment and some music, it is not enough to support the use of other instrumentalists such as the harpist and oboist featured in the Christmas concerts in 2010 or new music. To support such music, donations are welcome. The singers are a 501(c)(3) organization. For more information, write PBS, P.O. Box 5, Belfast, ME 04915.

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