- Easter Coloring Contest – thru April 3
- “The Waters of Georgetown” – April 1
- “Project 5000″ Food Drive – April 2
- Tony Zumba’s Grand Opening – April 3
- Now You’re Cooking Fundraiser for Patten Free Library – April 5
- Dreamland Theater presents “The Sound of Music” sing-a-long – April 8
- April Wine Tasting at Now You’re Cooking – April 8
- Friends of Zorach Fountain – April 9th
- GPS Training – April 10
- Big Ship Smack-down: Who’s Got the Biggest? – Maritime History Symposium – April 10
- 10th Annual Maine Fiddler’s Concert – April 10
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See you downtown!
Carolyn Lockwood, Director
Easter Coloring Contest at Marnee’s Cookies, 23 Elm Street
Enter to win free Kid’s N’ Cookies, 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes. Come in from March 20 to April 3 to color Easter images or make up your own. All pictures will be on display in the bistro. Judging will be on Saturday April 3. Come join in the fun!
BISTRO BLUES AT MARNEE’S COOKIES:
Friday, April 2 is open mic night at the Cookie Bistro. Come, listen and enjoy the sounds of our local talented musicians. Bistro Blues offers music for all ages – and as always, soups, gourmet cookies, ice cream desserts, and coffees, teas available. Free admission – now that’s music to our ears! Begins around 6 pm.
THE COOKIE HUNT AT MARNEE’S COOKIE BISTRO:
Join us Saturday, April 3 for The Cookie Hunt at the Marnee’s Cookie Bistro…because why hunt for eggs when you can hunt for cookies? Mini cookies are hidden in plastic eggs around the bistro for all the eager eyes and fast hands. The hunt is on between 9 am – 2 pm. Each participant automatically gets entered to win a “Marnee’s Easter” Basket. Drawing will be on Saturday April 3.
April 1, 7:00pm. KELT and the Georgetown Conservation Commission are hosting two experts: Peter Slovinsky, a Senior Coastal geologist with the Maine Geological Survey and Anna Bourakovsky of the Maine Department of Marine Resources will discuss impacts that sea level rise will have on the landscape, fresh water resources, shellfish and human infrastructure of the island community.
Dreamland Theater presents “The Sound of Music”, Winter Street Center, 880 Washington Street
Next Thursday, April 8th, Sound of Music…not your ordinary Sound of Music…we are hoping it will be Bath’s Rocky Horror version of Sound of Music, without the rice, toast and water guns…we’ll be singing along and dressing up if you have the gear. (click here to be inspired). Doors open at 6:00, film begins at 7:00 pm. $5.00 per person donation. Soft Drinks, Popcorn are available @ $1.00 each.
April Wine Tasting at Now You’re Cooking, 49 Front Street
Join us for our monthly wine tasting. In celebration of Earth Day this month, we will present some of our organic wines. We will provide light appetizers to compliment the wines and tasting notes so you can track your favorites.
For more information call the store at 443-1402.
FMI on the Trail Building 2010 Series visit www.kennebecestuary.org.
Tickets for Maine Fiddlers Concert are: advance purchase $12.00 members & seniors $10.00, $14.00 at the door, and child tickets are $6.00 and can be purchased with Visa or MasterCard by calling The Chocolate Church Arts Center at 442-8455 or in person at the box office.