Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Southern Maine Events Calendar
October 14th to October 20th

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

DESTINATION HAUNT:
It’s Halloween Season and Destination Haunt was voted the BEST haunted attraction in Lebanon. Stop by if you dare October 10th through November 1st. Visit destinationhaunt.com for more information.

FIELD OF SCREAMS:
The Field of Screams CarnEVIL of Souls is a WALK THROUGH THE WOODS at the Ballpark in OOB. It’s open October 17th through 19th, and October 22nd through 31st. This terrifying walk will leave you weak in the knees. Visit OOB365.com for more information

Events for Tuesday October 14th
Soak for the Cause
Soakology Foot Sanctuary & Teahouse, 30 City Center in Portland
10:00am-5pm
100% of all proceeds will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation
Call Soakology for more details or to book your spot 207-879-7625

Puppet Show: The Walrus & the Carpenter
Based on the famous poem by Lewis Carol
At the Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine 11:30am-12:00pm
$3 for members and $4 for visitor + admission
Visit kitetails.org for more information

Events for Wednesday October 15th
Workshop: Researching in the Museum Collections: Political Ephemera
12:00pm at the Maine Historical Society, 489 Congress Street in Portland
Learn how MHS museum collection can be a valuable source of info for your research projects
Pre-registration is required, sign up by emailing hhurd@mainehistory.org

David Beam & The Custom House Gang at Andy’s Old Port Pub
8:00pm-11:30pm at 94 Commercial Street in Portland
Blues & Bluegrass
Visit andysoldportpub.com for more information

Events for Thursday October 16th
Pumpkin Decoration Workshop
The Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine
Enjoy autumn treats and carve & decorate your jack-o-lantern
Recommended for ages 4 with adult assistance
Visit kitetails.org to register and for more information

The Banned Book Film Series: Sophie’s Choice by William Styron
6:30pm in the Rines Auditorium at the Portland Public Library
5 Monument Square in Portland
Visit portlandlibrary.com for more information

Events for Friday October 17th
Friends Book Sale – Friends of the South Portland Public Library
During regular library hours : 10am to 6pm
All sales will be “pay what you can” pricing!

The Firebird and Bach Concerti
Maine State Ballet 348 Route 1 Falmouth
Visit http://www.mainestateballet.org/ for more information and tickets.

GORP – A Party to Support Portland Trails
Fundraising party from 5:30pm-8:00pm
Urban Farm Fermentory, 200 Anderson Street in Portland
Visit trails.org for more information

Scarborough Library Lock-Down
6:30pm-8:30pm the library will “lock down” for special events
All Scarborough students in middle school are invited
Activities will include karaoke, a haunted maze, trivia games, and a wii tournament
Visit scarboroughlibrary.org for more information

Events for Saturday October 18th
Goodwill “Ghoulwill Ball”
The Portland Club
7-11pm
http://www.goodwillnne.org/events/2014-ghoulwill-ball/

Scarborough Education Foundation 3rd Annual Harvest Celebration
6:00pm-10:00pm at Bayley’s Campground, Pine Point
“A Parent’s Night Out” event featuring the Time Pilots Band
Tickets are $35 per person
Band/ Music/Dancing/Silent Auction & Heavy Hors D’oeuvres
Visit sefmaine.org for more information & to purchase tickets

Friends Book Sale – Friends of the South Portland Public Library
During regular library hours : 10am to 6pm
All sales will be “pay what you can” pricing!

The Firebird and Bach Concerti
Maine State Ballet 348 Route 1 Falmouth
Shows Run October 10, 11, 17, and 18
Visit http://www.mainestateballet.org/ for more information and tickets.

Annual Open House and New Vehicle Dedication Ceremony
The Auburn Fire Department welcomes local families to a free Open House from 11:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., which will include a ceremony for a new truck
550 Minot Avenue, Auburn, ME
For more information about the Auburn Fire Department Open House, call Sarah Hulbert at (207)333-6633, ext. 4.

Planet Dog’s Woofminster Amateur Dog Show
Camp Ketcha, 336 Black Point Road in Scarborough
Fundraiser for the Planet Dog Foundation
Multiple challenge categories, activities, bake sale, rescue groups & more
Tickets are $15 for adults, $7 for dogs & kids—kids under 2 are free
Visit planetdog.com for more information

Witches Wear Pink Cocktail Party to Benefit the Maine Cancer Foundation
6:00pm-10:00pm at the Woodlands Country Club, 39 Woods Road in Falmouth
Tickets are $50 per person
Attire is pink, sparkly, and blingy
Visit witcheswearpink.org for more information

An Evening with Pete Kilpatrick & Maine Academy of Modern Music Students
7:00pm-10:00pm at One Longfellow Square in Portland
Tickets are $10 in advance, $13 night of show
Visit petekilpatrickband.com for more information

Sixth Annual Sustainability Festival & Eat Local Dinner
Saint Joseph’s Standish Campus 3:00pm-7:00pm
Tickets are $10 for adults & $5 for children
Entertainment will include multicultural dancing, a special performance by the Ghost of Paul Revere, beverages from Baxter Brewing Co & a dinner form 5:00pm-6:30pm

Witches Wear Pink
Woodlands in Falmouth from 6-10
Tickets are $50 each and can be purchased online at witcheswearpink.org.
All proceeds go directly to Maine Cancer Foundation.

Events for Sunday October 19th
The Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust’s History of Head of Tide Park
2:00pm at Head of Tide Park, on the Cathance Road in Topsham
This event is free & open to all. Please dress appropriately for some woods exploration
Visit btlt.org/htp-history for more information

Events for Monday October 20th
Juice Til Dinner Group Juice Cleanse Educational Workshop
6:00pm-7:00pm At Maine Squeeze Juice Café, 28 Monument Way in Portland
“How to Do A Juice Cleanse You’ll Stick With”
Visit mainesqueezejuicecafe.com for more information

WGME Debate
USM’s Hannaford Hall in Portland
7:00pm

Ages & Ages at Empire Dine & Dance
9:30pm-1:00am at 575 Congress Street in Portland
This show is 21+, doors at 9:00pm, tickets $8
Visit portlandempire.com for more information

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