Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Southern Maine Events Calendar
May 19th to May 25th

Have an upcoming event? Let everyone know about it with the Local Events Calendar! Email Neil Ravin at nravin@portlandradiogroup.com with a brief description or press release.

 

Events for Tuesday May 19th
Portland Sea Dogs vs. Altoona Curve
6pm at Hadlock Field
Visit http://seadogs.com/ for tickets & information.

Taco Tuesday/Movie Madness
8-11pm at Liquid Riot Bottling Company
Taco Tuesday/Movie Madness continues with John Hughes Month! Relive the glory days with the Brat Pack, beer, & $2 tacos.
Visit http://liquidriot.com/ for more information.

Shakespeare Stage Story: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
1:30pm at the Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine
Join us for a Shakespeare Stage Story! This spring we’ll be bringing you interactive scenes from three of Shakespeare’s plays, designed for children of all ages!
Visit http://kitetails.org/ for more information.

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
6pm at Congress Square Park
Portland Stage’s Bare Bard Company celebrates the great city of Portland by performing Shakespeare’s most famous political tragedy in every City Square, and a special performance on the steps of City Hall.
Visit http://portlandstage.org/ for more information.

Events for Wednesday May 20th
Portland Sea Dogs vs. Altoona Curve
6pm at Hadlock Field
Visit http://seadogs.com/ for tickets & information.

Online Dating: How men and woman approach doing it online
7-8:30pm at Local Flames
95 High Street in Portland
Come join a great group getting real about how we all approach online dating. Stop guessing what the opposite gender is doing and just ask them.
Visit http://localflamesmaine.com/ for more information.

Papermaker
7:30 at Portland Stage
During a paper mill strike in a small Maine town, the lives of two families collide around a company CEO and a man building a wooden ark in his yard.
Visit http://portlandstage.org/ for more information.

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
6pm at Congress Square Park
Portland Stage’s Bare Bard Company celebrates the great city of Portland by performing Shakespeare’s most famous political tragedy in every City Square, and a special performance on the steps of City Hall.
Visit http://portlandstage.org/ for more information.

Open Mic Night!
Dogfish Bar and Grille
Come check out one of the longest running Open Mic Nights in Portland. With 3.50 MonkeyFists & 5.00 22 Vodka Infusions.
Visit http://thedogfishcompany.com for more information.

The Jazz Workshop
7pm at One Longfellow Square
Come on out for a great night of Jazz with The Jazz Workshop. John Clark has put together some of the best jazz musicians in the state of Maine, to perform the great Jazz compositions of Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, and the composers of “The Blue Note” period.
Visit http://onelongfellowsquare.com/ for more information.

Events for Thursday May 21st
Portland Sea Dogs vs. Altoona Curve
6pm at Hadlock Field
Visit http://seadogs.com/ for tickets & information.

Papermaker
7:30 at Portland Stage
During a paper mill strike in a small Maine town, the lives of two families collide around a company CEO and a man building a wooden ark in his yard.
Visit http://portlandstage.org/ for more information.

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
6pm at Congress Square Park
Portland Stage’s Bare Bard Company celebrates the great city of Portland by performing Shakespeare’s most famous political tragedy in every City Square, and a special performance on the steps of City Hall.
Visit http://portlandstage.org/ for more information.

Children’s Story Time
10:30am at the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company & Museum
58 Fore Street in Portland
“All Aboard” Story Time is featured Thursday mornings at 10:30am during the regular season. Kids can listen to stories inside the museum and enjoy a train themed craft or activity during their visit. The program is targeted towards a preschool through early elementary age audience, but all are welcome.
Visit http://mainenarrowgauge.org/ for more information.

Events for Friday May 22nd
Portland Sea Dogs vs. Reading Fightin Phils
6pm at Hadlock Field
Visit http://seadogs.com/ for tickets & information.

Petit déjeuner du vendredi
7:30-8:30am at The Language Exchange
80 Exchange Street in Portland
Croissants, baguette, confiture, beurre, cafe au lait…these breakfasts are for beginning through advanced students who want to practice French in a relaxed setting.
Visit http://www.immersionprograms.com/ for more information.

Home: The Longfellow House & the Emergence of Portland
10am-5pm at the Maine Historical Society
Maine Historical Society opens a new exhibition on June 27, 2014 tiled “Home: The Longfellow House & the Emergence of Portland.” The exhibition uses the Longfellow House as a prism to explore how Portland has grown and changed over more than 230 years.
Visit http://mainehistory.org for more information.

Friday Night Comedy
7-8pm at Andy’s Old Port Pub
A quick one hour show featuring at least six local comics who know how to make you laugh!

Jim Gallant
7-10pm at Acoustic Artisans
594 Congress Street in Portland
Singer, songwriter and guitarist Jim Gallant performs throughout New England and wherever his guitar takes him. He also teaches guitar at the Fiddleheads Center for the Arts in New Gloucester, Maine.
Visit http://acousticartisans.com/ for more information.

Papermaker
7:30 at Portland Stage
During a paper mill strike in a small Maine town, the lives of two families collide around a company CEO and a man building a wooden ark in his yard.
Visit http://portlandstage.org/ for more information.

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
6pm at One Longfellow Square
Portland Stage’s Bare Bard Company celebrates the great city of Portland by performing Shakespeare’s most famous political tragedy in every City Square, and a special performance on the steps of City Hall.
Visit http://portlandstage.org/ for more information.

Events for Saturday May 23rd
Portland Sea Dogs vs. Reading Fightin Phils
1pm (Double-Header) at Hadlock Field
Visit http://seadogs.com/ for tickets & information.

Maurice Dickson with Mike Burd
7-10pm at Acoustic Artisans
594 Congress Street in Portland
Folk and blues guitarist Maurice Dickson has been writing, recording and touring for much of the last few decades all over Europe and the US. His complete style of folk and blues guitar picking, along with finely crafted lyrics and skilled stagecraft, are his trademarks.
Visit http://acousticartisans.com/ for more information.

Medication Time
8pm-1am at the Asylum
121 Center Street in Portland
Portland Maine Based Alternative Rock band Kamikaze Angel Releasing their Long awaited CD “It’s Medication Time”.
Visit http://portlandasylum.com/ for more information.

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
6pm at Portland Stage
25A Forest Avenue in Portland
Portland Stage’s Bare Bard Company celebrates the great city of Portland by performing Shakespeare’s most famous political tragedy in every City Square, and a special performance on the steps of City Hall.
Visit http://portlandstage.org/ for more information.

Catch and Release Fishing Demonstration
1pm at L.L. Bean Discovery Park
95 Main Street in Freeport
Join us every Saturday and Sunday at our indoor trout pond for catch and release demonstrations. A knowledgeable member of our fishing staff will demonstrate catch and release fishing techniques.
Visit http://llbean.com/ for more information.

Events for Sunday May 24th
Portland Sea Dogs vs. Reading Fightin Phils
1pm at Hadlock Field
Visit http://seadogs.com/ for tickets & information.

Papermaker
2pm at Portland Stage
During a paper mill strike in a small Maine town, the lives of two families collide around a company CEO and a man building a wooden ark in his yard.
Visit http://portlandstage.org/ for more information.

Hiroya Tsukamoto
7pm at Acoustic Artisans
594 Congress Street in Portland
In 1994, Hiroya entered The Osaka University and while at college in Japan, Hiroya was introduced to a musical and social movement in South America called Nueva Cancion headed by musical legends such as Victor Jara and Violeta Parra.
Visit http://acousticartisans.com/ for more information.

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
6pm at Portland Stage
25A Forest Avenue in Portland
Portland Stage’s Bare Bard Company celebrates the great city of Portland by performing Shakespeare’s most famous political tragedy in every City Square, and a special performance on the steps of City Hall.
Visit http://portlandstage.org/ for more information.

Catch and Release Fishing Demonstration
1pm at L.L. Bean Discovery Park
95 Main Street in Freeport
Join us every Saturday and Sunday at our indoor trout pond for catch and release demonstrations. A knowledgeable member of our fishing staff will demonstrate catch and release fishing techniques.
Visit http://llbean.com/ for more information.

Color Vibe 5K Run
8am on Baxter Blvd in Portland
You’ll have more color on you than your happy levels can handle! So get your friends and family stretched out for this amazing color blast event where you’ll get blasted with color while you run the Color Vibe 5K. Color Vibe is here, and you’re about to get tagged!
Visit http://thecolorvibe.com/ for more information.

Events for Monday May 25th
Portland Sea Dogs vs. Reading Fightin Phils
1pm at Hadlock Field
Visit http://seadogs.com/ for tickets & information.

Beautiful Guitar Music
6-9pm at Andy’s Old Port Pub
Enjoy the sounds of guitar artist Brian Callaghan. All ages. No cover charge.

Memorial Day Parade
10-11:30am – Longfellow to Monument Square
The American Legion Post 17 would like to invite you and your organization to join us in honoring those who have given so much in the service of our Country.

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