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Ghost Stories by Local Storytellers!

Wednesday On Main and WERU Community Radio are proud to present their 4th annual Storytelling Event on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, 6:00 pm, at The Alamo Theatre.

As always, WERU Radio has selected amazing, amusing and articulate storytellers – this time, they’ll thrill you with a ghostly theme – it IS that time of year, after all – and we have an extra special treat – of course!

Dates
October 24, 2018 - 6:00pm
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"The Buck (Does Not) Stop Here"

Main Street Bucksport's second installment of a special speaker's series, The Buck (Does Not) Stop Here. The series features six Bucksport High School alumni who are doing innovative and creative work here in Maine and throughout the world. During the day, the featured speakers will meet with current Bucksport High School students. In the evening, there will be a public presentation at the Alamo Theatre.

Dates
November 5, 2018 - 6:00pm
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"The Buck (Does Not) Stop Here"

Main Street Bucksport is proud to announce an upcoming speakers series, The Buck (Does Not) Stop Here. The series features six Bucksport High School alumni who are doing innovative and creative work here in Maine and throughout the world. During the day, the featured speakers will meet with current Bucksport High School students. In the evening, there will be a public presentation at the Alamo Theatre.

Dates
October 15, 2018 - 6:00pm
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Lucy: An Experiential Art and Music Adventure

Join us in experiencing the arts on Thursday, October 18th, from 6-7PM at the Alamo Theatre in Bucksport, ME. This special exhibit and show will be an experiential art and music adventure, showcasing many local artists and musicians. Included in the ticket price is light refreshments and hors d'oervres.

***Meet the Artists after the show! From 7-8PM, we will be celebrating with desserts at the Lighthouse Arts Center. ***

Tickets are $15 in advance, and $18 at the door. Tickets are available at the Lighthouse Arts Center and Bookstacks in Bucksport, ME.

Dates
October 18, 2018 - 6:00pm
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DESIGN NORVMBEGA: A MAINE LECTURE SERIES

Be sure to mark your calendars for our next lecture by Susan T. Rodriguez entitled "A Point of (View): Architecture at the Intersection of Culture, Place, and Program." The reception will begin at 6:00 with the talk running 6:30-8:00. Be sure to join us! FREE admission.

Dates
September 18, 2018 - 6:30pm
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Wednesday on Main presents: The Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers

The Legend of the Banana Kid
Sponsored by Wednesday on Main

www.bucksportwom.com

Doors open at 4:45pm. Suggested donation $5. Come early, full house every year. For more information, contact Paula Kee at 207-266-7999, or go to www.bucksportwom.com.

Little Chucky heads to the Wild West to outwit outlaws in this cowboy adventure! With a fistful of bananas, Chucky rides into town on his trusty goat for a showdown with Big Bad Bart and his gang of bandits. (*please note that there are no guns in the show).

Dates
June 13, 2018 - 5:30pm
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DESIGN NORVMBEGA: A MAINE LECTURE SERIES

Matthew O'Malia will be the speaker for this Spring lecture!

The title of the lecture is 'The Quiet Place Between the Rapids.'
The principal architect and co-founder of GO Logic, a Maine-based design/build firm,

Dates
March 29, 2018 - 6:30pm
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LOVE STORIES BY MAINERS: A STORYTELLING EVENT

Save the date!

IT’S A WINTER WEDNESDAY ON MAIN-BECAUSE WE NEED IT!

WEDNESDAY ON MAIN and WERU COMMUNITY RADIO

Dates
February 14, 2018 - 6:30pm
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KIDS EVENT! Penobscot Theatre Company by Wednesday on Main

http://www.bucksportbaychamber.com/wednesdays-on-main.html
Penobscot Theatre Company –
JUST FOR KIDS! Prepare to have FUN!!!!!

Dates
August 23, 2017 - 5:30am
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NHF in Vermont: "THE FILMS OF ANNA B. HARRIS"

Please join Manchester Historical Society for a presentation by Karan Sheldon, co-founder of Northeast Historic Film, on August 16, at 6pm in the event barn at the Inn at Manchester. Karan will show selections from the 37 reels of film taken by Anna B. Harris in Manchester between 1949 and 1958. The films provided a unique view of life in Manchester and the Mountains from intimate moments at home to Big Bromley and Snow Valley ski areas as well as meeting passengers at the train station in Manchester Depot.

Dates
August 16, 2017 - 6:00pm
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