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Continuing
Wendell Gilley Museum: "Abundance of Riches" Exhibit by Andrea Rich
Continues through Oct. 21. Explore the worlds of art and nature through Andrea Rich’s intricately designed, carved, and printed woodcuts. An internationally recognized artist, Rich has traveled worldwide to portray the beauty of birds and animals in their habitats through her work. 207-244-7555

Friday, September 22
Coda Presents: Roberta DeMuro
Coda welcomes back the endlessly entertaining Roberta DeMuro. She was born and brought up in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, and started singing at the tender age of five in the church choir. Joining Roberta will be Shane Ellis on clarinet and saxophone, and Mike Bennett on percussion. Dinner service starts at 5:00 pm, and the show starts at 6:30pm. Please call 244-8133 for reservations.

Wednesday, September 27
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: The Humm
7PM at the Barn, 130 Tremont Road. Janice Amaya, Kai-Chieh Tu, Sarah Paton, Fedor Sokolov, Ali Stoner, Gracie Terzian, and Katherine Wright. A collection of theatrical moments inspired by sound, The Hummm meets characters from Chekhov's Three Sisters in a playful, puzzling, post-apocalyptic future. Rated PG-13. Click here for more information!

Wednesday, September 27
Sips Presents: Peter Lindquist
7PM: Join us for Wednesday Night Music with Peter Lindquist! Reservations recommended - call 244-4550.

Thursday, September 28
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: Three Sisters
7pm at the Barn. Matthew Minnicino (adapter), Julia Sears and Taylor Reynolds (directors). Chekhov's funny-sad masterpiece about wanting, wishing, needing, and definitely not knowing gets an immersive staging, a modern twist, a lotta love, and some bad dance-pop. Rated PG-13. Click here for more information!

Friday, Spetember 29
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: The Humm
7PM at the Barn, 130 Tremont Road. Janice Amaya, Kai-Chieh Tu, Sarah Paton, Fedor Sokolov, Ali Stoner, Gracie Terzian, and Katherine Wright. A collection of theatrical moments inspired by sound, The Hummm meets characters from Chekhov's Three Sisters in a playful, puzzling, post-apocalyptic future. Rated PG-13. Click here for more information!

Saturday, September 30
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: Three Sisters
2PM at the Barn. Matthew Minnicino (adapter), Julia Sears and Taylor Reynolds (directors). Chekhov's funny-sad masterpiece about wanting, wishing, needing, and definitely not knowing gets an immersive staging, a modern twist, a lotta love, and some bad dance-pop. Rated PG-13. Click here for more information!

Saturday, September 30
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: The Seagull
7pm at the Barn. Barn Arts Collective's Chekhov Club. Chekhov's first classic presented in a site-specific production featuring all local actors. Rated PG-13. Click here for more information!

Sunday, October 1
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: The Seagull
7pm at the Barn. Barn Arts Collective's Chekhov Club. Chekhov's first classic presented in a site-specific production featuring all local actors. Rated PG-13. Click here for more information!

Wednesday, October 4
Sips Presents: Jim McDermott & Bill Doty
7PM: Join us for Wednesday Night Music with Jim McDermott & Bill Doty! Reservations recommended - call 244-4550.

Friday, October 6
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: Billy and the Golden Pencil
7PM at the Barn, 130 Tremont Road. Book by Steven Kopp, Lyrics by John Bowhers, Music by Big Bang Boom. Originally commissioned for Peppercorn Theatre at the Children’s Museum of Winston Salem. Four kids discover they have superpowers and use the forces of creativity to overcome destruction. Rated PG. Click here for more information.

Saturday, October 7
Island Arts Association's Oktoberfest Downtown
10AM to 3PM on the Pemetic School Lawn, downtown SWH. Wonderful locally made arts and crafts to help you celebrate the harvest season! Click here for more information.

Saturday, October 7
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: Sehnsucht
2PM at Pacific Hall, 737 Tremont Road, Tremont, ME. Sarah Blush, Brian Bock, Georgia King, Michael Norton. A play about being preoccupied with the past, and longing for a different present. Rated PG-13. Click here for more information.

Wednesday, October 11
Sips Presents: Ryan Miller
7PM: 7PM: Join us for Wednesday Night Music with Ryan Miller! Reservations recommended - call 244-4550.

Friday, October 13
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: Words Words
7pm at the Legion Hall, SWH. Written and performed by Joe Ngo. As a writer struggles to connect with his mother in her native Teo Chew language, he realizes he is in a constant fight to stop the loss of his cultural heritage. Rated PG. Donation. Click here for more information.

Saturday, October 14
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: Three Seconds
7pm at the Barn, 130 Tremont Road. The Renovationists. In a lighthouse on the edge of America, Emory wrestles with duty and desire—for over a hundred years. Rated PG-13. Click here for more information.

Friday, October 20
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: Stand Up Caommedia
7PM at the Barn, 130 Tremont Road. Created and Performed by Sam Robotham and Ian Geers. Legendary Commedia Dell’Arte performer Francesco de Puccini is back for a one-night-only performance taking on the greatest role of his lifetime: himself. Rated PG-13 Click here for more information.

Friday, October 20
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: Cold Weather Company
7PM at the Barn, 130 Tremont Road. Cold Weather Company is a New Jersey-based alternative folk band. Tonight they debut songs inspired by, and composed during, their artist's residency. Rated G. Click here for more information.

Saturday, October 21
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: Fourth Quarter
7PM at the Barn, 130 Tremont Road. Fourth Quarter is a new devised play about climate change that confronts the mortality of our mothers and the earth as we know it. Rated PG-13. Click here for more information.

Saturday, October 21
The Barn Arts Collective Presents: We Are Pilgrims
7Pm at the Barn, 130 Tremont Road. Elliah Heifetz, Srđa Vasiljević, Jennifer Jancuska. A millennial re-imagining of the Canterbury Tales as a road trip to a music festival. Rated PG-13. Click here for more information.

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