February 2010
November 20 – June 1 Windsor Chairmakers Workshop Tour. Windsor Chairmmakers. Tour our workshop and watch craftsmen and women create fine furniture. Stop by the adjoining farmhouse gallery for a unique selection of furniture, including chairs, cabinet pieces, benches, beds, and tables. For more information, contact Nance Brown at 207-789-5188. Email: info@windsorchair.com.
February 4 A Prairie Home Companion-Live in HD. Strand Theatre. In a first for the show, on Thursday, February 4th, 2010, a performance of A Prairie Home Companion at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota, will be broadcast live in high-definition exclusively to movie theaters across the U.S. and Canada.
$20/Adults, $10/Students (18 and under) – General Admission.
For more information, contact Strand Theatre at 207-594-0070. Email: boxoffice@rocklandstrand.com.
February 7 Hear of Early Lighthouse Life At Historical Society “Maine Living” Talk . Camden-Rockport Historical Society’s Cramer Museum. See and hear what it was like to grow up in two New England lighthouses. Owls Head resident Marla Rogers is the second speaker in the Camden-Rockport Historical Society’s Maine Living winter chat series. The talk begins at 2 pm, refreshments will be served. Admission is $5, $3 for Society members. For more information, contact Marlene Hall at 236-2257. Email:info@conwayhousemuseum.org.
February 12 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour. Camden Hills Regional HS Strom Auditorium. World’s Best Mountain Films Deliver Big Screen Adventure. The World Tour features award-winning films and audience favorites from approximately 300 films entered in the annual Banff Mt Film Festival. Experience the inspiration of mountain stories as well as the thrill of high adrenaline vertical sports. Tickets: Adult $12($10 in advance at Maine Sport, Rockport), Student $5. For more information, call 236-7120 For more information, contact Jeff Boggs at 230-0223. Email:jeff@mainesport.com.
February 13 Harry Manx & Susan Werner. Strand Theatre. HARRY MANX creates musical stories that wed the tradition of the Blues with the depth of classical Indian ragas. He has created a unique sound that is exotically hard to forget and deliciously addictive to listen to.
SUSAN WERNER composes skillful songs that slide between folk, jazz, and pop, all delivered with sassy wit and classic Midwestern charm.
Tickets are $24/All Ages – General Admission.
For more information, contact Strand Theatre at 207-594-0070. Email: boxoffice@rocklandstrand.com.
February 16 Met at the Movies: Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra (Encore).Strand Theatre. 1:00 pm. MET AT THE MOVIES uses state-of-the-art technology to capture the onstage action at the nation’s premiere opera house. Behind-the-scenes features and interviews with cast and crew offer an unprecedented look at what goes into the staging of an opera. Four decades into a legendary Met career, tenor Plácido Domingo makes history singing the title role in Verdi’s gripping political thriller, which is written for a baritone. $15/Adults. $5/Students. For more information, contact Strand Theatre at 207-594-0070. Email: boxoffice@rocklandstrand.com.
February 18 Deeper than Words. Hammond Street CC 28 High St Bangor. Deeper Than Words: Listening with the Ear of the Heart, prayer, meditation, scripture discussion, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Hammond Street Congregational Church, 28 High St. In the parlor, second floor of church, offices at rear of building. Bill 862-5448. All welcome. For more information, contact Bill Lagerstrom at 207 862 5448. Email: lazarusjm@tds.net.
February 18 Meet and Greet the Artist. The Hutchinson Center, Belfast. Janet Redfield, the wonderfully talented artist who created the stained glass mural “Two Rivers”, permanently displayed in the atrium of the University of Maine Hutchinson Center in Belfast will be available for questions and conversation. Come enjoy free refreshments and meet the artist of our newest exhibit. For more information, contact Andrea Rouillard at 207-338-8049. Email:andrea.rouillard@umit.maine.edu.
February 19 – April 2 Celebrating the Studio Fellowship. Messler Gallery, Rockport, ME. “Celebrating the Studio Fellowship” opens at the Messler Gallery of the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport, Maine on Friday, February 19, 2010. The opening reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. and the public is warmly invited to attend. All of the work on display has been created by current and former participants in the Center’s Studio Fellowship program. This show is on exhibit until April 2, 2010. Please visit the woodschool.org or call (207) 594-5611 for more information. For more information, contact Messler Gallery at (207) 594-5611. Email: gallery@woodschool.org.
February 20 San Francisco Opera – Samson & Delilah. The Hutchinson Center, Belfast. Samson & Delilah is one of the most compelling Biblical tales to emerge from the Old Testament comes to life in this sweeping epic of a hero who is seduced by a woman and loses his heart, his hair and finally his strength. $15 at the door benefiting the Scholarship Fund. For more information, contact Andrea Rouillard at 207-338-8049. Email: andrea.rouillard@umit.maine.edu.
February 26 – March 6 Girl Power (play). Thms Troy Howard Middle School. A new musical story and book by Jason Bannister music and lyrics by Justin Bari 6$ for tickets call for reservations Feb.26 March 5,6 at 7:00 feb 27 March 6 at 1:00 For more information, contact Jason Bannister at 207-338-3320 x118. Email: jbannister@sad34.net.