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EVENTS Fun things to do!

• The Biddeford+Saco Art Walk, coordinated through Engine, happens the final Friday of every month, April through October, from 5-8 p.m. Check out the Biddeford+Saco Art Walk page, biddefordsacoartwalk. com, to see all of the venues and monthly offerings. • Concerts in the Park are held at 6:30 p.m. every Wednesday mid-June through mid-August in Kennebunk’s Lafayette Park. The free concerts are hosted by the Kennebunk Recreation Department and sponsored by Kennebunk Savings Bank. For cancellations due to weather, call the program update line 985-6890, ext. 1607 or visit the website the www.kennebunkrec.com. • The comedic show “Noises Off!” will be presented on June 17-18; 22-25; and June 29-July 2

at the Barn Theater in Wells. Times have yet to be announced. For more information visit wellschamber.org. • Music in the Park is a free concert series, held every Wednesday, June 22 through Aug. 10, 5:30-7 p.m. at Shevenell Park, 149 Main St., Biddeford. The series is hosted by the Heart of Biddeford and sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank. • Seashore Trolley Story Time will be held at the Seashore Trolley Museum every Wednesday in July and August at 10:30 a.m. “Conducter Nate” will read transportation themed stories to the children and will then accompany the families on a trolley ride. For more information, visit www.trollymuseum.org. • Concerts at Veterans Memorial Park at the corner of Staples and First streets in Old Orchard Beach. For information and scheduling, visit www.oobmaine.com or call 934-0860. • Mainestage Shakespeare in the Park in Kennebunk will take place July 8 to Aug. 13. It will

present some of the bard’s classics like “All’s Well That Ends Well,” “Richard III” and “The Tempest” in Lafayette Park, Kennebunk. The Rainstage is at the Kennebunk Town Hall Auditorium. Dates and times are not yet available. Admission is free. For more information, visit www.mainstageshakespeare.com or cal 207-613-6225. • The Salvation Army will host numerous pier programs in the Pier parking area at 7 p.m. from July 30 to Aug. 5. Programs will include music, drama and instrumental performances that are free to the public.

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• The Sanford third annual Film Festival will take place May 25-29. Student films will be shown Wednesday, Sanford films on Thursday, horror films on Friday, and on Saturday there will be a French-language film venue, the Tommy Awards ceremony, 17+ restricted films and an after party. Award-winning films will be shown Sunday. Films will be shown at Smitty’s Cinema, the Sanford-

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Springvale Historical Museum, and the Nassan Little Theater. For more information, call 205-6066 or visit www.sanfordfilmfest.com. • Putting for Patriots will take place on May 27-30 in Old Orchard Beach. Over 30 miniature golf courses unite to raise money for three charities that serve wounded veterans and the families of the fallen: Hope for the Warriors, TAPS, and Homes For Our Troops. For more information, visit www.oldorchardbeachmaine. com. • The Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt will be on display from May 28-30, from noon to 6 p.m. at the Dunaway Center, School Street, Ogunquit. It is sponsored by the NAMES Project Northern New England Chapter. For more information, call 6461195. • The first of four School Around Us craft fairs will be held on Saturday, May 28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Consilidated School. For more information, visit www. gokennebunks.com. • See Events, Page 7

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