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Tickets for Concerts are available at the door (cash, check, V/MC), or in Boothbay Harbor at A Silver Lining, Sherman's Bookstore, St Andrews Village, the Boothbay Harbor Chamber of Commerce, or the Boothbay Information Center.
For more information please contact us at:  •  207.633.3913
35th Season Program | 2015

Thursday, July 16 | 7:00 PM

Ragtime Concert
Sean Fleming and his Dam Rag Scotta Orchestra
Admission $15

Sean Fleming
Sunday, July 19 | 10:00 AM

Free Jazz Church Service with Barney Balch & Novel Jazz
Boothbay Harbor Congregational Church

Barney Balch and Novel Jazz

August 14, 16 | 7:30 PM both evenings

Lincoln Festival Chorus
 Friday, August 14, The Opera House, Boothbay Harbor, 7:30pm
Sunday, August 16, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Newcastle, 7:30pm
Admission $20
Lincoln Festival Chorus Performs an all-Mozart concert featuring soprano soloist Suzanne Nance in Regina celi, K108 and Solemn Vespers, K399 with the Mozart Mentors Orchestra conducted by Anthony Antolini.
  • Conductor, Anthony Antolini
  • Soprano, Suzanne Nance
August 20 | 5:00 - 7:00 PM
August 21-23 | 10am - 6pm daily

Arts & Yachts Exhibition & Sale at Hodgdon Yacht Services 
(formerly Boothbay Region Boatyard) on Southport Island

Full weekend, plus Thursday evening artists' reception 5 - 7pm
Free Arts Tutorials, Artist Demonstrations

Saturday, September 12 | 9:30am - 4pm

Annual Poetry Workshop

Guest Poet Stu Kestenbaum
YMCA's McEvoy Lodge at Camp Knickerbocker, Boothbay

Poet, Stu Kestenbaum

Stuart Kestenbaum is the author of four collections of poems, Pilgrimage (Coyote Love Press), House of Thanksgiving (Deerbrook Editions), Prayers and Run-on Sentences (Deerbrook Editions) and Only Now (Deerbrook Editions).  He has also written The View from Here (Brynmorgen Press), a book of brief essays on craft and community.

Stuart Kestenbaum has written and spoken widely on craft making and creativity, and his poems and writing have appeared in numerous small press publications and magazines including Tikkun, the Sun, the Beloit Poetry Journal, and others and on Garrison Keillor’s Writer’s Almanac. 

He was the director of the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Deer Isle, Maine for over twenty-five years, and was elected an honorary fellow of the American Craft Council in 2006.

Former US poet laureate Ted Kooser has written “Stuart Kestenbaum writes the kind of poems I love to read, heartfelt responses to the privilege of having been given a life.  No hidden agendas here, no theories to espouse, nothing but life, pure life, set down with craft and love.”

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