ArtWalk ArtWalk ArtWalk…Friday from 5-8pm. There are a ton of special attractions this month including a book signing, a wine tasting, live music, a red-and-white-crane-load of the coolest art, and you!
You may have noticed that we are trying to reduce the amount of copy in these weekly newsletters, but this week there is so much going on and so many classes and events you need to register for that you really need to keep reading the whole thing and you never know…it may really be worth you’re while!
See you in the Downtown,
Things are happening in Downtown Bath…check out our FaceBook page to find out more
FRIDAY, Sept. 19
- 3rd Friday ArtWalk, 5-8pm. Explore Bath’s award-winning downtown while meeting30+ local artists. All venues can be found on the ArtWalk map, available all around town or at the website. Several artists are located outside the downtown and are well worth the short drives. This month’s ArtWalk features
- Musicians Carter Ruff with Red Beans and Rice, a duo playing an engaging mix of blues, old and new.
- Refreshments in various venues including an ArtWalk Wine Tasting at Now You’re Cooking, 5-8 pm.
- My Twelve Maine Christmas Days Meet the artist, Sandy Crabtree, and the author, Wendy Ulmer, 5-7 m, at Mariner’s Compass Quilt Shop, 190 Front Street. FMI: website
- Opening reception for the MADE IN CLAY exhibit. 5-8 pm, CCAC, 840 Washington St – Sculptors from Judson Studio will display their work from September 19-November 10, 2015. Many of the artists will be at the reception to greet guests and answer questions.
- Red Cloak Haunted History Tour -7:00 pm (also September 21 & 26,) An evening lantern lit tour exploring Bath, discovering ghosts and history, spirits and mystery. Appropriate for all ages; by reservation only. FMI: 380-3806 or website
- Friday Night Jazz at Solo Bistro – 128 Front Street, 6:30-9:30 pm. Lorna Prescott (vocals) & Mickey Felder (piano) FMI: website
SATURDAY, Sept. 20
- Bath Farmer’s Market, 8:30 am – noon, Waterfront Park. We’ve got apples and the first mums and pumpkins; lots of tomatoes and the last raspberries & blueberries to freeze; Red Beans & Rice will be making music, Market totes still available at the SNAP table. Our Facebook page has weekly updates on what’s in season and available; go to the website to sign up for the newsletter. FMI: email
SUNDAY, Sept. 21
- Irish American Sing-a-long, Byrnes’ Irish Pub - 38 Centre Street, 5-7 pm – Every Sunday Night, FMI: website
TUESDAY, Sept. 23
- “Dead Poets Society” (1989) – Patten Free Library 6:30 pm. Free.
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 24
- iPad Workshops for Seniors, 10:30 – noon, PFL, 33 Summer Street – Patten Free Library will host the first of five weekly workshops. Register by contacting Jordan by email or by phone (443-5141, extension 25).
- Meals on Wheels Celebrity Chef Challenge, 5:15 , Maine Maritime Museum, 243 Washington Street – A dining event to benefit Meals on Wheels in Central & Mid-Coast Maine. Featuring Top Maine Chefs, Celebrity Judges, and a Host of Celebrity Meals on Wheels “Delivery Volunteers” – All For a Great Cause! FMI website
THURSDAY, Sept. 25
- “Extra Helping”, local restaurants – Mid Coast residents are encouraged to eat locally on Thursday, September 25th to support United Way’s annual “Extra Helping” event. Kennebec Tavern, Mae’s Café and Bakery, Mid Coast Pizza & More, Solo Bistro, and Starlight Café have agreed to donate a portion of Thursday’s revenue to United Way to help fund programs for our neighbors in the mid coast. Check out United Way’s website for a complete listing of participating restaurants.
UP AND COMING EVENTS – SIGN UP NOW
- Literacy Volunteers Training, Tri-County Literacy, begins September 30. Prepares tutors to work with adults who want to improve their literacy skills, leading to an improved quality of life. Cover both Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English Language Learning (ELL) for speakers of other languages. FMI, please contact Jeannette at 443-6384 or email.
- Classes at Centre Street Art Gallery, 11 Centre Street – FMI website
- Water Color with Liz Messler, begins October 1
- Drawing with Stuart Ross, begins October 2
- Gelatin Printmaking with Debra Arter, begins October 5
- Torn Paper Paintings with Wanda Edwards, October 11-12
- Mixed Media Mania (collage, etc.) with Debra Arter, October 14
- Acrylics with Roz Martin, October 18 & 25
- Pastel with Claudette Gamache, November 1-2
- From Sketch or Photo to Finished Painting with Michael Vermette, November 8-9
- A new season of Music Lessons for Children and Adults , Bath Dance Works, 72 Front St. Bath
- Harp and Piano -Danielle Paus 207-751-5245 or email or Sharon Pyne 522-3900
- Ukulele, Tin Whistle, Voice, Guitar – email, or website
- Banjo,Mandolin, Bas,s Fiddle, Guitar, Voice – Jim Tolles 207-706-6108
- Fiddle, Voice, Dulcimer, Piano, Saxophone, Cello – Pam Weeks 207-576-7296 207-666-3709, firstname.lastname@example.org http://pamweeks.com
- Bath Rotary 4-Way 5K Run/Walk, October 11 FMI: website
Hey you…yeah, you there….
…If you’ve made it this far you can participate in our 2nd raffle. Simply send an email with “raffle” in the subject line before midnight September 22nd and you will be entered into a drawing for a $10 Gift of Bath certificate. As always, one entry per human, please. Winner will be contacted via email on September 23th. Thanks.!