The Eastport Gallery opens its 26th season on June 9th with a roster of 30 artists. Included this year are Dominic Noe of Eastport and Sharon Mack of Machias, whose work was accepted from among six applicants juried by the membership at the May meeting.
When flying to New York, most Brits take several things into account: the price of their holiday, the details of their stay and the itinerary once they get there. After finding Cheap flights to New York and excellent accommodation, the hardest thing to do is to plan everything else – where to go, where to …
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Ah, yes. Travel to Eastport, Maine, for the scenery, for the lobster, for the galleries, for the whale-watching, for the blueberries, and…for the symphony orchestra? We’ll bet you a bowl of chowder at Quoddy Bay Lobster that you did not see that one coming. The thing about life way Downeast is that we all know …
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The yet unnamed gallery on 8 Boynton Street (formerly, the Spinnaker Realty office) will open up this Friday, November 13th at 5pm for an evening of entertainment.
Have you an island of your mind or one you peek at as you whiz by in your car, or one that you gaze upon from shore that lends a degree of peace, a chance for adventure for solitude or that you populate with your friends, real or imagined?
A pottery sculpture series, Pomgrenades by Shanna Wheelock sparks discussion on war and peace with poet/etheicst Chris Crittenden, both of Lubec. One wields words, one rearranges earth. Both provoke thought. Free discussion/poetry reading at the Catbird Seat Gallery & Eastport School of Arts, #3 Dana Street, (corner of Water and Dana, look for the big clock in Eastport), Monday evening, 7 p.m. August 13.
One might say the Tides Institute and Museum of Art (TIMA) anchors the southern end of Eastport’s downtown Water Street with its location. Yet in a much more meaningful way, TIMA anchors Eastport with its unwavering vision and its confidence to keep restoring, building and contributing to the community.
Visit Eastport, Maine! The Gateway to Downeast Maine, Atlantic Canada, and Fundy Bay The easternmost city in the United States, Eastport, Maine is 240 miles north of Portland, and only 100 miles away from Bar Harbor. The downtown area, on Moose Island is still undiscovered by the sunburnt crowds that jam Mount Desert Island every …
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Every town needs a place where you can find a great cup of coffee and Eastport has its own in Dastardly Dick’s. Found in the midst of shops and eateries on Water Street, you can certainly bare witness to the goings on in this part of town from a comfortable stool, sipping your joe (or tea), basking in the morning light streaming in the front picture windows.