Arts & living

  • Mini-grant program awards $20K

    Mini-grant program awards $20K

    Grants totaling $20,702 have been awarded to 10 Maine nonprofit organizations and municipalities through the Lifelong Communities Mini-Grant Program. The program helps communities be more supportive of older Mainers’ health, well-being and ability to age in the community.  

  • Telling, reporting and demanding the truth 

    Telling, reporting and demanding the truth 

    On Friday, April 23, at noon, painter and social activist Robert Shetterly of Brooksville will talk about the trajectory of his Americans Who Tell the Truth project, a series of portraits and narratives that highlight citizens who courageously address issues of social, environmental and economic fairness.

  • Midday concert with pianist John Blacklow 

    Midday concert with pianist John Blacklow 

     Ellsworth Community Music Institute (ECMI) continues its series of Virtual Midday Concerts at 1 p.m. on April 12. The concert will be performed by pianist John Blacklow, who currently serves as professor of piano at the University of Notre Dame, and will feature works by Chopin and Rachmaninoff. 

  • Arts Glances

    Arts Glances

    On Monday, April 12, at 5 p.m., the Northeast Harbor Library will be presenting a Zoom program featuring author Maya Shanbhag Lang. She will talk about her newly published memoir, “What We Carry.” 

  • Name that plow 

    Name that plow 

     During a time of isolation, it’s good to find ways to bring the community together. As Bar Harbor emerges from both the snowy season and the worst (hopefully) of the pandemic, a little light-hearted fun seems in order.  

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