Oscar Night brings glitz, fun

BAR HARBOR — Folks came from as far as Brooksville and ranged in age from 9 to the late 70s to watch the Oscars ceremony on the big screen at Reel Pizza Sunday. Guests enjoyed champagne, hors d’oeuvres and a fun in-house show emceed by Jennifer Shepard and Amy Roeder of Bar Harbor’s own ImprovAcadia.

Oscar Night is an annual event that serves as a fundraiser for a local nonprofit. This year’s beneficiary was the Jesup Memorial Library. “We’re grateful to Reel Pizza for the opportunity and to everyone who bought a ticket, donated food or other items, or volunteered to make this a success,” said library Director Ruth Eveland. “The generosity of this community is astounding.”

Prizes were award in a number of categories:

Jesup Scavenger Hunt: Terri Anya

Oscar pics Winner: Alex Schreiber

Best Dressed Evening Wear-Man: Jeff Miller

Best Dressed Evening Wear-Woman: Lea Elliot

Best Movie Costume-Man: Tony Uliano (Tony Stark)

Best Movie Costume-Woman: Anne Czechanski (Busboy from “The Grand Budapest Hotel”)

Supporters include:

Poor Boy’s Gourmet, Siam Orchid, Alice Long, China Joy, Sassafras Catering, Cas Ole Catering, Bob Collier of FBBC, Side Street Café, Mama DiMatteo’s, Epi’s, Pat’s Pizza, Kate Jordan, Peekytoe Provisions, Judy Noonan, Dog & Pony Tavern, Judith Swazey, Diane Kopec, Fiore, Meg Kelly, Bayside Liquors, Clay Nielsen, Improv Acadia, Doug McMinimy, Abbe Museum, Bar Harbor Congregational Church, David Dunton, Amy Roebuck, John O’Brien, Joel O’Brien, Noreen Hogan, Tricia and Michael Blythe, Betty Bryer, Mark Schoon, Seth Libby, Dana Reed, Barbara Sassaman, Aaron Corrion, Holly Harding, Dale Harding, Chloe Vincenty, Susan Richardson, Jill Weber, Betty Bryer, Candace Hubbard, Michael D’Attilo and Gabrielle Martina.

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