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2024 Calendar of Events

May
June
Don't miss our upcoming events:
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friday, May 17th, 2pm & 7pm
"SO YOU WANT TO WRITE A BOOK?"
Presentation by TIM CAVERLY

During this virtual trip down the Allagash Wilderness Waterway, follow along with retired Ranger Supervisor, now author, Tim Caverly and his wife Susan as they discuss their experiences with creating, editing, marketing, publishing, illustrating and the pitfalls of writing the 12 books found in their Allagash Tails Collection.

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friday, June 7th, 2pm & 7pm
FIDDLERS OWEN KENNEDY, SEÁN HEELY & KEVIN ELAM

Champion fiddlers Seán Heely and Owen Kennedy will be joined by All-Ireland champion singer and multi-instrumentalist Kevin Elam to play a special program of Celtic Fiddle and Song, featuring haunting slow airs, lively Gaelic songs, mighty pipe marches, and wild twin fiddling. The trio will also share tunes from Owen’s debut album, “Oh When: Now” and from the Seán Heely Celtic Band's recent release, "Dramagical".

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friday, June 14th, 2pm & 7pm
GREENE’S OWN GUITARIST MIKE POND FEAT. DEBBIE ST. PIERRE ROBITAILLE

Mike's been in the "basement" playing guitar for a while. He saw a sign about an "Open Mic Night" and decided to see if he was any good. Next thing he knew, he was booked to play a few gigs! He loves being different so he enjoys fingerpicking songs. Eagles, Georgia Satellites, and Lynyrd Skynyrd are just a few of the groups he enjoys playing. Joining Mike alongside on stage for a few songs will be vocalist Debbie St. Pierre Robitaille.

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friday, July 12th, 2pm & 7pm
ERICA BROWN & THE BLUEGRASS CONNECTION

Erica Brown & The Bluegrass Connection is a five-piece band featuring some of the finest musicians in New England. The band features award winning fiddler and singer Erica Brown, Matt Shipman on mandolin, Lincoln Meyers on guitar, Eli Gilbert on banjo and Kris Day on bass. A fun and energetic band, they incorporate a unique and diverse blend of original and traditional music from their Bluegrass, Folk and Country influences. An audience favorite of the Sawyer Memorial!

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friday, July 19th, 2pm & 7pm
DENNY BREAU & Barney Martin

Denny Breau first draws in an audience with a finely arranged melody and then slides effortlessly into scorching fingerwork that sets ears aflame! Breau’s rhythmically flawless and dazzlingly clear style allow him to do amazing things with a six-string guitar. Denny mixes genres with ease – folk, Delta blues, country, and jazz.

Barney has been a multi-talented actor, voice actor, comedian and singer-songwriter for over 40 years. After two decades with his band Coos Canyon and comedy trio The Maine Hysterical Society, he is back to his solo acoustic roots performing a collective of classic songs as well as a tribute to James Taylor. A must see for all JT fans!

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friday, July 26th, 2pm & 7pm
SANDY RIVER RAMBLERS

The group plays Bluegrass music with a distinctly Maine flavor. With titles like Donn Fendler; Slow Down (You’ll Hit a Moose); Cliffs of Acadia; and Boots From L.L. Bean, listeners can expect to hear a lot about the history, landscape and lore of Maine at this concert. In addition audiences will enjoy a few Bluegrass standards and some clever versions of songs from country, rock and blues.

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friday, August 9th, 2pm & 7pm
PHIL HOUSE & KATHY HALEY

Phil House, organist at the First Universalist Church in Auburn, has recorded many CDs of his piano and organ music. He has made a life performing near and far, from his hometown of Bryant Pond to Nashville, to Vienna, Austria. Kathy Haley started performing early as a church organist, pianist and folk singer. She was one of the lead singers with the Top 40 dance band Good and Plenty and the vocal band The Girls of LA.

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Thursday, august 15th, 2pm Only
Children's Day Program

WORLD OF WONDER

Presented by Leland Faulkner, this live performance transports audiences into their imagination. Leland is a master theatre artist who will share amazing and engaging stories full of magic and imagination that leap off the stage to create unique experiences that promote kindness, respect and curiosity. Appropriate for children of all ages as well as adults!

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Friday, august 16th, 2pm & 7pm
STUDIO TWO: BEATLES TRIBUTE BAND

Studio Two is a headlining Beatles tribute band based out of Boston, MA, featuring Berklee College of Music Alum who focus on the most exciting, energetic period of The Beatles -- the early years (1962 - 1966). Choosing from a catalog of number one hit songs from their club and touring performances, Studio Two captures all of the excitement and danceable 50's and 60's Rock 'n' Roll songs The Beatles helped popularize. All of this is done in period correct attire and equipment. You will be transported in time!

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Friday, august 23rd, 2pm & 7pm
PIANIST MARC MAILHOT

Celebrating 60 years as a performing artist in 2020, Marc began his musical career at the age of six studying under the renowned Maine teacher Louis Sirois. Throughout his career, Marc has performed thousands of gigs at venues throughout New England and beyond. He was also a member of the group Love, Inc., which was the first Maine Pop Band to record an LP in 1970 and chart three Singles in 1969, 1970 and 1971.

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Friday, September 6th, 2pm & 7pm
T-ACADIE

T-Acadie is a traditional folk trio from mid-coast Maine. Band members are Pam Weeks on fiddle, mountain dulcimer, guitar, singing; Jim Joseph on button accordion, 5-string banjo, mandolin, fiddle, jaw harp, percussion, feet, singing; Bill Olson on guitar, bass, singing, calling. They play a variety of music including traditional French Canadian and New England dance tunes; Cajun waltzes, two steps, blues and Zydeco tunes; old time southern Appalachian tunes and more!

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Friday, September 13th, 2pm & 7pm
“THE INSPIRATIONAL NATURE OF WILDLIFE: THE ANIMALS THAT SPARK OUR CURIOSITY AND CREATIVITY”
Presentation by TONYA SHEVENELL

Looking out the window and walking in the woods are where Tonya finds inspiration for her Maine children’s books. Through a short film and engaging presentation on the real wildlife that inspired her fictional characters, Tonya tells the stories behind her stories and offers tips on turning your own experiences with wildlife into lasting memories that can be shared.

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