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JOGPSNBUJPO SPIRITS ALIVE will present "Walk Among the Shad41*3*54"-*7&XJMMQSFTFOUi8BML"NPOHUIF4IBE ows," its annual Halloween ghost tour of Portland's Eastern PXT wJUTBOOVBM)BMMPXFFOHIPTUUPVSPG1PSUMBOET&BTUFSO Cemetery, Oct. 18-20 and Oct. 25-27. Actors portray people $FNFUFSZ 0DUBOE0DU"DUPSTQPSUSBZQFPQMF buried in the city's oldest cemetery, which include everyone CVSJFEJOUIFDJUZTPMEFTUDFNFUFSZ XIJDIJODMVEFFWFSZPOF from opposing War of 1812 ship captains to victims of the GSPNPQQPTJOH8BSPGTIJQDBQUBJOTUPWJDUJNTPGUIF great fire of 1866. And because this cemetery, which was HSFBUmSFPG"OECFDBVTFUIJTDFNFUFSZ XIJDIXBT established in 1668, is usually closed to the public, it's one of FTUBCMJTIFEJO JTVTVBMMZDMPTFEUPUIFQVCMJD JUTPOFPG only a few chances you'll have to visit. 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CONCERTS AND SHOWS :FE:<IKJ8E;J?FNJ Concerts and shows currently on sale: 1]\QS`baO\RaV]eaQc``S\bZg]\aOZS( The latest BVSZObSab On sale 10 a.m. Thursday - Marina and The =\aOZSO[BVc`aROgÂł;O`W\OO\RBVS Diamonds, 7 p.m. Dec. 8, House of Blues, 2WO[]\Ra%^[2SQ&6]caS]T0ZcSa Boston. $22.50.; (800) 7450]ab]\ #:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"# 3000 ! On sale 10 a.m. Friday - Steve Earle, 9 p.m. =\aOZSO[4`WROgÂłAbSdS3O`ZS'^[ Dec. 1, Port City Music Hall, Portland. $35 2SQ>]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\R!# to $75.; (888) 512- b]%#^]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][)&&&# SHOW A6=E On sale 10 a.m. Friday - George =\aOZSO[4`WROgÂł5S]`US Thorogood, 8 p.m. March 8, State Theatre, BV]`]U]]R&^[;O`QV&AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $35/$40. Statetheatreportland >]`bZO\R!#"AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R .com; (800) 745-3000; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic Center box office 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]TÂżQS On sale 10 a.m. Friday - Killswitch Engage =\aOZSO[4`WROgÂł9WZZaeWbQV3\UOUS with Shadows Fall and Acaro, 8 p.m. Dec. eWbVAVOR]ea4OZZO\R/QO`]&^[2SQ 20, State Theatre, Portland. $20/$25. AbObSBVSOb`S>]`bZO\R  #; (800) 745-3000; AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) Cumberland County Civic Center box office 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]TÂżQS On sale 10 a.m. Friday - The Fogcutters =\aOZSO[4`WROgÂłBVS4]UQcbbS`a Present Big Band Syndrome, 8 p.m. Dec. 7, >`SaS\b0WU0O\RAg\R`][S&^[2SQ% State Theatre, Portland. $10 to $15. State AbObSBVSOb`S>]`bZO\Rb]#AbObS; (800) 745-3000; bVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) Cumberland County Civic Center box office 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]TÂżQS On sale 10 a.m. Saturday - Pink, 7:30 p.m. =\aOZSO[AObc`ROgÂł>W\Y%(!^[ March 28, TD Garden, Boston. $39.50 to ;O`QV &B25O`RS\0]ab]\!'#b] $99.50.; (800) 745-3000 ''#:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#!

The locals BVSZ]QOZa Oct. 10 - The Honey Dewdrops, 8 p.m., =QbÂłBVS6]\Sg2SeR`]^a&^[ One Longfellow Square, Portland. $10/$12. =\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% Oct. 10-14 - Cirque du Soleil, Cumberland =Qb"Âł1W`_cSRcA]ZSWZ1c[PS`ZO\R County Civic Center, Portland. $28 to $100. 1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`>]`bZO\R &b]; 775-3458 BVSQWdWQQS\bS`Q][)%%#!"#& Oct. 11 - Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen, =QbÂł4`O\YA]ZWdO\O\R2W`bg9WbQVS\ 8 p.m., One Longfellow Square, Portland. &^[=\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R $15/$18.; 761-1757 #&=\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% Oct. 11 - Francine Reed, 8 p.m., =QbÂł4`O\QW\S@SSR&^[ Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. $15. 3[^W`S2W\SO\R2O\QS>]`bZO\R# >]`bZO\RS[^W`SQ][ Oct. 11 - Kraddy with Alpha Data, 9 p.m., =QbÂł9`ORRgeWbV/Z^VO2ObO'^[ Port City Music Hall, Portland. $8 to $20. >]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\R&b]; (888) 512-SHOW ^]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][)&&&# A6=E Oct. 11 - Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, =QbÂł8]\A^S\QS`0ZcSa3f^Z]aW]\ 9 p.m., Asylum, Portland. $15. 772-8274; '^[/agZc[>]`bZO\R#%% & %") ^]`bZO\ROagZc[Q][ Oct. 12ÂłBW\O`WeS\5cWbO`;OabS`aT`][ - Tinariwen Guitar Masters from =Qb Mali, 8 p.m., One Longfellow Square, ;OZW&^[=\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S Portland. $38.; >]`bZO\R!&=\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][) 761-1757 %$%#% Oct. 12ÂłBW\O`WeS\5cWbO`;OabS`aT`][ - Tinariwen Guitar Masters from =Qb Mali, 8 p.m., One Longfellow Square, ;OZW&^[=\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S Portland. $35.; >]`bZO\R!#=\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][) 761-1757 %$%#% Oct. 13 - EOTO, 9 p.m., Port City Music Hall, =Qb!Âł3=B='^[>]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ Portland. $12b]"^]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][) to $40.; >]`bZO\R (888) 512-SHOW &&&# A6=E Oct. 13 - Miss Tess and the Talkbacks, 8 =Qb!Âł;WaaBSaaO\RbVSBOZYPOQYa& p.m., One Longfellow Square, Portland. $12/ ^[=\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R  $15.; 761-1757 #=\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% Oct. 15 - Morrissey, 8 p.m., State Theatre, =Qb#Âł;]``WaaSg&^[AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $39.50. Statetheatreportland >]`bZO\R!'#AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R .com; (800) 745-3000; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic Center box office 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]TÂżQS Oct. 16 - Glen Campbell: The Goodbye Tour, =Qb$Âł5ZS\1O[^PSZZ(BVS5]]RPgSB]c` 7:30 p.m., Merrill Auditorium, Portland. $45 %(!^[;S``WZZ/cRWb]`Wc[>]`bZO\R"# to $65.;; b]$#>]`bbWfQ][)>]`bZO\R]dObW]\a]`U) 842-0800 &" & Oct. 18 - The Infamous Stringdusters, =Qb&ÂłBVS7\TO[]caAb`W\URcabS`a 8 p.m., Port City Music Hall, Portland. $15 to &^[>]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\R#b]; (800) 745$25. #AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"# 3000; Cumberland County Civic Center !)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`

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Fanfare for a New Season Sunday, October 7 | 2:30 PM Tuesday, October 9 | 7:30 PM Robert Moody, conductor

Sponsored by Verrill Dana, L.L.P.

Andrew Russo, piano

MASON BATES Mothership P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY Piano Concerto No. 1 AARON COPLAND Symphony No. 3

La Vie Bohème Saturday, October 13 | 7:30 PM Sunday, October 14 | 2:30 PM Robert Moody, conductor

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A brand-new show from Music Director Robert Moody, combining music from Puccini’s popular opera La Bohème with two modern retellings it inspired: the Broadway show Rent and the spectacular film Moulin Rouge.

Cello-bration! Tuesday, October 30 | 7:30 PM Robert Moody, conductor Joel Noyes and Brian Thornton, cello

Sponsored by New England Rehabilitation Hospital

ANTONIO VIVALDI Concerto for Two Cellos DAVID OTT Concerto for Two Cellos and Orchestra GIOACHINO ROSSINI William Tell Overture DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 1

Trick-or-Treat Symphony Sunday, October 28 | 2:30 PM Robert Moody, conductor Portland Ballet, dancers

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An hour-long Halloween experience with symphonic thrills and chills for the whole family! Come in costume and come early for games and activities in the lobby.

Swingin’ the American Songbook Saturday, November 3 | 7:30 PM Sunday, November 4 | 2:30 PM

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Keitaro Harada, guest conductor Banu Gibson, vocalist New Orleans Hot Jazz, band Jason Rodgers, tap dancer Tap your toes to classic American hits including popular favorites by artists such as George Gershwin, Irving Berlin and Hoagy Carmichael.

Strauss and Stravinsky Sunday, November 18 | 2:30 PM Timothy Myers, guest conductor

Jeff Nelsen, horn

C.M. VON WEBER Euryanthe Overture CLAUDE DEBUSSY Printemps RICHARD STRAUSS Horn Concerto No. 1 IGOR STRAVINSKY The Firebird: Suite (1945)

Magic of Christmas December 14-23 Robert Moody, conductor

Lyn Dillies, illusionist

Join Robert Moody and special guests for an extra magical production of what critics and audiences are calling Maine’s finest holiday extravaganza!

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A tasty stew of musical flavors, from country to indie to blues “J By RICK JOHNSON

unkyard Stew” is not what it seems. The new album by Scarborough band The Strangely Possibles starts off simply enough with the calm country shuffle of the lead track, “Wannabe.” Singer Al Thompson delivers simple, direct lyrics with a whispery, earnest vocal that’s sort of a cross between ironic indie and heartfelt modern country. One minute or so into the tune, you think you know exactly what you’re in for. But then small, subtle touches appear that elevate something that could have been run of the mill to something extraordinary. Winsome female backing vocals, a lonely honky-tonk piano and sweet but sad cries from a violin take this song to another realm entirely. And that’s just the opening track! The band ups the intensity and the tempo with tracks such as “Venice,” featuring a grittier, Springsteen-esque vocal from Thompson and some great keyboard accents courtesy of Flash Allen. The violins are there too, but sounding less sorrowful and more joyful. Oh, and did I mention the horn section? Unexpected, but somehow perfect. A sad cello and a gorgeous female vocal mark “Lucky #7” as one of the stand-out tracks of the album, and “Let Me Know” is a perfect re-creation of the countrytinged rock of the early ’70s, with the keyboards adding just a hint of late-’70s New Wave. Elsewhere, “Blood on that Guitar” boasts a downright danceable backbeat coupled with just enough jangly guitar to keep the dance party going all night long. The driving and dynamic “Country Song” features a great sing-along chorus delivered in a terrific gospel choir style. And the closing track “So Simple” starts off almost jazz-like, then morphs into something almost un-classifiable. “Junkyard Stew” is beautifully produced by Steve Drown, which couldn’t have been an easy task, given the number of voices and musicians involved. The band wisely thanks Drown for helping to “take it to the next level.” They also got lots of help from some

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two dozen friends and musicians, including local veterans Spencer Albee, Anna Lombard and Kate Schrock (to name a few), all of whom help give the album a big bold sound that truly puts this music in a class by itself. There are so many different styles on “Junkyard Stew” that fans of just about any genre will find plenty to enjoy. From country to indie rock, blues, disco and everything in between (sometimes all within the space of a single song), The Strangely Possibles serve up more than enough musical variety to satisfy even the most jaded “heard-it-all-before” hipster. Contact the band on Facebook for information about getting your heaping helping of “Junkyard Stew.” Then gorge yourself on great tunes. Rick Johnson is a freelance writer and radio host from Westbrook. He can be reached at:



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N#/.#%243 CONCERTS THURSDAY 4(523$!9 -AIA3HARP !'AND'ARRISON3TARR SUPERGROUP Maia Sharp, AG and Garrison Starr, supergroup of women singers, Jonathan's Restaurant, OFWOMENSINGERS *ONATHANS2ESTAURANT Ogunquit. $21.50. 8 p.m. /GUNQUITJONATHANSRESTAURANTCOMPM Portland Jazz Orchestra, 18-piece ensemble, 0ORTLAND*AZZ/RCHESTRA  PIECEENSEMBLE /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLANDATDOOR One Longfellow Square, Portland. $9 at door; $5 in advance and for students and seniors. INADVANCEANDFORSTUDENTSANDSENIORS 8 p.m. ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Sultans of String, raucous roots music, Dexter 3ULTANSOF3TRING RAUCOUSROOTSMUSIC $EXTER Regional High School. $8. 924-4121. 7 p.m. 2EGIONAL(IGH3CHOOL PM FRIDAY &2)$!9 Lori McKenna, singer-songwriter, One Longfellow ,ORI-C+ENNA SINGER SONGWRITER /NE,ONGFELLOW Square, Portland. $22 in advance; $25 day of 3QUARE 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOF show, 8 p.m. SHOWONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Blues Ball with Shemekia Copeland, blues, with "LUES"ALLWITH3HEMEKIA#OPELAND BLUES WITH F&G Band; big dance floor and cash bar; Samoset &'"ANDBIGDANCEmOORANDCASHBAR3AMOSET Resort, Rockport. $25; table of 10 for $200. 5962ESORT 2OCKPORTTABLEOFFOR 6055. 7 p.m. PM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Ben Harper, acoustic blues-rock, State Theatre, "EN(ARPER ACOUSTICBLUES ROCK 3TATE4HEATRE Portland. Sold out. 8 p.m. 0ORTLAND3OLDOUTSTATETHEATREPORTLANDCOMPM David Mallett, singer-songwriter, Opera House $AVID-ALLETT SINGER SONGWRITER /PERA(OUSE at Boothbay Harbor. $20 in advance; $25 day of AT"OOTHBAY(ARBORINADVANCEDAYOF sow. 8 p.m. SOWBOOTHBAYOPERAHOUSECOMPM James McMurtry, singer-songwriter, Center *AMES-C-URTRY SINGER SONGWRITER #ENTER Theatre for the Performing Arts, Dover-Foxcroft. 4HEATREFORTHE0ERFORMING!RTS $OVER &OXCROFT $22.50. 8 p.m. CENTERTHEATREORGPM Fall Festival of Music, benefit concert for Nisa &ALL&ESTIVALOF-USIC BENElTCONCERTFOR.ISA Smily and Sustainable Harvest International with 3MILYAND3USTAINABLE(ARVEST)NTERNATIONALWITH The Blast Addicts, The Loose Cannon Jug Band 4HE"LAST!DDICTS 4HE,OOSE#ANNON*UG"AND and Through the Dirt, The Maine Grind, Ellsworth. AND4HROUGHTHE$IRT 4HE-AINE'RIND %LLSWORTH $10; free for children under 12. 664-7554. 4 to FREEFORCHILDRENUNDER TO 9 p.m. PM Jim Campilongo Electric Trio, rock, blues, country *IM#AMPILONGO%LECTRIC4RIO ROCK BLUES COUNTRY and jazz, Johnson Hall Performing Arts Center, ANDJAZZ *OHNSON(ALL0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTER Gardiner. $27. 7:30 p.m. 'ARDINERJOHNSONHALLORGPM

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*O"VHVTU UIFZXFSFDPOWJDUFEBOE In August, they were convicted and TFOUFODFEUPUXPZFBSTJNQSJTPONFOU  sentenced to two years imprisonment, TQBSLJOHPVUDSJFTGSPNBSPVOEUIFHMPCF sparking outcries from around the globe. "OBQQFBMTIFBSJOHIBTCFFOTDIFEVMFE An appeals hearing has been scheduled GPSUIJT8FEOFTEBZ for this Wednesday. 5IFQMJHIUPGUIFCBOEBOEUIFFOTVJOH The plight of the band and the ensuing DPOUSPWFSTZCFDBNFBMMUIFNPSFBDVUF controversy became all the more acute UP4QFLUPSXIJMFTIFXBTWJTJUJOHIFS to Spektor while she was visiting her IPNFMBOE homeland. i*UIJOLJUTSFBMMZTBEBOE*UIJOLUIBU  "I think it's really sad and I think that, VOGPSUVOBUFMZ JUTSFBMMZOPUTVSQSJTJOH unfortunately, it's really not surprising. *UTSFBMMZIBSEUPCFQBSUPGBOZLJOEPG It's really hard to be part of any kind of PQQPTJUJPOJO3VTTJB5IFZSFBMMZMJLF opposition in Russia. They really like UPNBLFFYBNQMFTPGQFPQMF wTIFTBJE to make examples of people," she said. "Freedom has a way of spreading, and i'SFFEPNIBTBXBZPGTQSFBEJOH BOE QFPQMFHFUJOTQJSFE BOEXIFOUIFZTFF people get inspired, and when they see TPNFCPEZTVDDFFEJOTPNFXBZUIFZKVTU somebody succeed in some way they just USZUPLJMMJUBUUIFSPPU BOEJUTWFSZTBE try to kill it at the root, and it's very sad. i:PVBMXBZTXBOUUPUIJOLUIBUUIJOHT "You always want to think that things BSFQSPHSFTTJOH BOEUIFOJOTUFBEPGQSPH are progressing, and then instead of progSFTTZPVHFULJOEPGTIPDLFECBDLJOUPA0I ress you get kind of shocked back into 'Oh OP UIJTJTXIBUJUTMJLF BOEUIJTJTXIBU no, this is what it's like, and this is what JUTBMXBZTCFFOw it's always been.'" #VU4QFLUPSBMTPTFFTUIJOHTUISPVHI But Spektor also sees things through another lens. BOPUIFSMFOT i*UIJOLUIBUQFPQMFBSFTUJMMJOTQJSFE "I think that people are still inspired over there. I felt it," she said. "We talked PWFSUIFSF*GFMUJU wTIFTBJEi8FUBMLFE UPQFPQMFBCPVUIPXUIFZGFMU BOEXF to people about how they felt, and we tried to gauge things. There is a lot of USJFEUPHBVHFUIJOHT5IFSFJTBMPUPG IPQF FTQFDJBMMZXJUIZPVOHQFPQMF5IFZ hope, especially with young people. They really want to have freedom and connecSFBMMZXBOUUPIBWFGSFFEPNBOEDPOOFD UJPOUPUIFBSUTPVUTJEFPG3VTTJBw tion to the arts outside of Russia." Spektor returns to Portland with a 4QFLUPSSFUVSOTUP1PSUMBOEXJUIB Monday-night show at the State Theatre. .POEBZOJHIUTIPXBUUIF4UBUF5IFBUSF The last time she was here was in 2005 in 5IFMBTUUJNFTIFXBTIFSFXBTJOJO support of her 2004 "Soviet Kitsch" album TVQQPSUPGIFSi4PWJFU,JUTDIwBMCVN - first as the opening act for The Dresden omSTUBTUIFPQFOJOHBDUGPS5IF%SFTEFO Dolls at Space Gallery, then a few months %PMMTBU4QBDF(BMMFSZ UIFOBGFXNPOUIT later at Bull Moose Music in ScarborMBUFSBU#VMM.PPTF.VTJDJO4DBSCPS ough, where she recorded a live EE PVHI XIFSFTIFSFDPSEFEBMJWF&1 She has gained substantial momen4IFIBTHBJOFETVCTUBOUJBMNPNFO tum since then with the 2006 release of UVNTJODFUIFOXJUIUIFSFMFBTFPG

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OCT. 11 /#4 Francine Reed, blues, 21-plus; Empire Dine and &RANCINE2EED BLUES  PLUS%MPIRE$INEAND Dance, Portland. $15. $ANCE 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOM 8:30 p.m. PM MSA In the Round, with Phil Daligan (singer-3!)NTHE2OUND WITH0HIL$ALIGANSINGER songwriter), Blue, Portland. Donation. SONGWRITER "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 6 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Phil McGowan Quartet, jazz, Blue, Portland. 0HIL-C'OWAN1UARTET JAZZ "LUE 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Trapparatus, funky jazz, Blue, Portland. Donation. 4RAPPARATUS FUNKYJAZZ "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 10 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM If & It, Bath Salts and Adeyln Rose, rock, Bayside )F)T "ATH3ALTSAND!DEYLN2OSE ROCK "AYSIDE Bowl, Portland. $5. 8 p.m. "OWL 0ORTLANDBAYSIDEBOWLCOMPM Zach Ovington, fiddle and vocals, Andy's Old Port :ACH/VINGTON lDDLEANDVOCALS !NDYS/LD0ORT Pub, Portland, 6:30 p.m. 0UB 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Hot Club Du Monde, gypsy jazz and swing, (OT#LUB$U-ONDE GYPSYJAZZANDSWING Gingko Blue, Portland, 8 p.m. 'INGKO"LUE 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMPM Melody Walker, singer-songwriter, 21-plus; -ELODY7ALKER SINGER SONGWRITER  PLUS Slainte, Portland, 10 p.m. 3LAINTE 0ORTLANDSLAINTEWINEBARCOMPM Dave Gagne, rock/reggae, Run of the Mill $AVE'AGNE ROCKREGGAE 2UNOFTHE-ILL Brewpub, Saco. 8 p.m. "REWPUB 3ACOTHERUNOFTHEMILLNETPM Southbound Outlaws, Americana/blues, Dogfish 3OUTHBOUND/UTLAWS !MERICANABLUES $OGlSH Bar and Grille, Portland, thedogtishbarandgrille "ARAND'RILLE 0ORTLANDTHEDOGlSHBARANDGRILLE .com. 8 p.m. COMPM Band Beyond Description, jam band, 21-plus; "AND"EYOND$ESCRIPTION JAMBAND  PLUS Big Easy, Portland, 9 p.m. "IG%ASY 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Beer Pong, Line Dancing, Karaoke and DJ B"EER0ONG ,INE$ANCING +ARAOKEAND$*" set, 21-plus; Club Texas, Auburn. $2. 784-7785. SET  PLUS#LUB4EXAS !UBURN  Doors at 6 p.m. $OORSATPM Open Mic Night, all ages, Deer Run Tavern, /PEN-IC.IGHT ALLAGES $EER2UN4AVERN Yarmouth. 846-9555. 7:30 p.m. 9ARMOUTH PM





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N#,!33)#!,-53)# CLASSICAL MUSIC 'ARY3PERL CLARINETIST 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN Gary Sperl, clarinetist, University of Southern Maine (Corthell Concert Hall), Gorham. $15; $10 -AINE#ORTHELL#ONCERT(ALL 'ORHAM for seniors; $5 for students. 780-5555. 7:30 p.m. FORSENIORSFORSTUDENTS PM Thursday. 4HURSDAY Bernhard Vit and Alexander Pfeifer, German "ERNHARD6ITAND!LEXANDER0FEIFER 'ERMAN organ and trumpet duo, Christ Church, ORGANANDTRUMPETDUO #HRIST#HURCH Kennebunk. $10; $7 for seniors and children. +ENNEBUNKFORSENIORSANDCHILDREN 7 p.m. Friday. CHRISTCHURCHKENNEBUNKORGPM&RIDAY Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, music #HAMBER-USIC3OCIETYOF,INCOLN#ENTER MUSIC by Bruch, Brahms and Dohn Nyi, Bates College BY"RUCH "RAHMSAND$OHN.YI "ATES#OLLEGE (Olin Arts Center), Lewiston. $10 to $15; free /LIN!RTS#ENTER ,EWISTONTOFREE tickets available for first 100 seniors or students. TICKETSAVAILABLEFORlRSTSENIORSORSTUDENTS 7:30 p.m. Saturday. BATESTICKETSCOMPM3ATURDAY DaPonte String Quartet: "Leaf Peeper Concert," $A0ONTE3TRING1UARTETh,EAF0EEPER#ONCERT v performances of Franz Josef Haydn Quartet in D PERFORMANCESOF&RANZ*OSEF(AYDN1UARTETIN$ Major, O p . 64, No. 5: "The Lark," Coastal Maine -AJOR /P .Oh4HE,ARK v#OASTAL-AINE Botanical Gardens, Boothbay. $25; free for those "OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAYFREEFORTHOSE under age 2 1 . 2:30 p.m. UNDERAGEMAINEGARDENSORGPM Saturday and Sunday. 3ATURDAYAND3UNDAY Bay Chamber Fall Foliage Chamber Music "AY#HAMBER&ALL&OLIAGE#HAMBER-USIC Concert, works by Mozart, Kodaly and Dvorak, #ONCERT WORKSBY-OZART +ODALYAND$VORAK Rockport Opera House. Free/donation. 2OCKPORT/PERA(OUSE&REEDONATION 4 p.m. Sunday. BAYCHAMBERCONCERTSORGPM3UNDAY Portland Symphony Orchestra: "Fanfare for a 0ORTLAND3YMPHONY/RCHESTRAh&ANFAREFORA New Season," season opener featuring works .EW3EASON vSEASONOPENERFEATURINGWORKS by Bates, Tchaikovsky and Copland, Merrill BY"ATES 4CHAIKOVSKYAND#OPLAND -ERRILL Auditorium, Portland. $26 to $64. !UDITORIUM 0ORTLANDTOPORTTIXCOM 2:30 p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. PM3UNDAYPM4UESDAY

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$15 to $25. 7 p.m. Wednesday TOGOODTHEATERCOMPM7EDNESDAY and Oct. 1 1 . Through Nov. 4. AND/CT4HROUGH.OV Cirque du Soleil:"Saltimbanco," multi-media #IRQUEDU3OLEILh3ALTIMBANCO vMULTI MEDIA extravaganza of dancing, acrobats and theatrics, EXTRAVAGANZAOFDANCING ACROBATSANDTHEATRICS Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland. $35 to #UMBERLAND#OUNTY#IVIC#ENTER 0ORTLANDTO $100 for adults; $28 to $81 for children; discounts FORADULTSTOFORCHILDRENDISCOUNTS for seniors, students and members of military. FORSENIORS STUDENTSANDMEMBERSOFMILITARY 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and THECIVICCENTERCOMPM7EDNESDAYAND Oct. 1 1 . Through Oct. 14. /CT4HROUGH/CT National Theatre in London Live in H D : "The .ATIONAL4HEATREIN,ONDON,IVEIN($h4HE Last of the Haussmans," Leura Hill Eastman ,ASTOFTHE(AUSSMANS v,EURA(ILL%ASTMAN Performing Arts Center, Fryeburg, $18; $15 for 0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTER &RYEBURG FOR seniors; $10 for students, SENIORSFORSTUDENTSFRYEBURGACADEMYORG pac. 2 p.m. Oct. 1 1 ; encore screening at 7 p.m. PACPM/CTENCORESCREENINGATPM National Theatre in London Live in H D : "The Last .ATIONAL4HEATREIN,ONDON,IVEIN($h4HE,AST of the Haussmans," Strand Theatre, Rockland. OFTHE(AUSSMANS v3TRAND4HEATRE 2OCKLAND $23. 2 p.m. Oct. 11; encore ROCKLANDSTRANDCOMPM/CTENCORE screening at 7 p.m. SCREENINGATPM National Theatre in London Live in H D : "The .ATIONAL4HEATREIN,ONDON,IVEIN($h4HE Last of the Haussmans," Lincoln Theater, ,ASTOFTHE(AUSSMANS v,INCOLN4HEATER Damariscotta. $15; $5 for ages 18 and under. $AMARISCOTTAFORAGESANDUNDER 2 p.m. Oct. 1 1 ; encore screening ATTHELINCOLNORGPM/CTENCORESCREENING at 7 p.m. ATPM

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Eric Weisenburger's "Lost Limb," from 3`WQESWaS\Pc`US`¸aµ:]ab:W[P¶T`][ the 2012 Biennial, continuing through bVS  0WS\\WOZQ]\bW\cW\UbV`]cUV Nov. 28 at the Center for Maine <]d &ObbVS1S\bS`T]`;OW\S Contemporary Art in Rockport. 1]\bS[^]`O`g/`bW\@]QY^]`b

maritime world of pre-statehood Maine, through MARITIMEWORLDOFPRE STATEHOOD-AINE THROUGH Oct. 12; "Sea Lives," ocean-inspired sculpture /CTh3EA,IVES vOCEAN INSPIREDSCULPTURE by Sonja Weber Gilkey, through Oct. 2 1 . BY3ONJA7EBER'ILKEY THROUGH/CT DANCE N$!.#% MAINEMARITIMEMUSEUMORG "Can-Can Parisien," comic ballet, Maine State h#AN #AN0ARISIEN vCOMICBALLET -AINE3TATE Dyer Library/Saco Museum: "The Moving $YER,IBRARY3ACO-USEUMh4HE-OVING ART MUSEUMS N!24-53%5-3 Ballet Theater, Falmouth. $15 to $20; $2 discount "ALLET4HEATER &ALMOUTHTODISCOUNT Panorama of Pilgrim's Progress," Civil War-era 0ANORAMAOF0ILGRIMS0ROGRESS v#IVIL7AR ERA OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 for seniors and children, 1 FORSENIORSANDCHILDRENMAINESTATEBALLETORG panorama seen in its entirety for the first time in PANORAMASEENINITSENTIRETYFORTHElRSTTIMEIN First Fridays at the Farnsworth, museum open &IRST&RIDAYSATTHE&ARNSWORTH MUSEUMOPEN and 4 p.m. Saturday. Through Oct. 13. ANDPM3ATURDAY4HROUGH/CT more than a century (also at Pepperell Mills in MORETHANACENTURYALSOAT0EPPERELL-ILLSIN for free, Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland. "Tensile Involvement," diverse repertoire by Bates FORFREE &ARNSWORTH!RT-USEUM 2OCKLAND h4ENSILE)NVOLVEMENT vDIVERSEREPERTOIREBY"ATES Biddeford), and "Then, Now and Always a Part of "IDDEFORD ANDh4HEN .OWAND!LWAYSA0ARTOF 5 to 8 p.m. College dancers, Bates College (Schaeffer Theatre), FARNSWORTHMUSEUMORGEDUCATIONTOPM #OLLEGEDANCERS "ATES#OLLEGE3CHAEFFER4HEATRE Saco: 250 Years of the First Parish Church," photos 3ACO9EARSOFTHE&IRST0ARISH#HURCH vPHOTOS Friday. &RIDAY Lewiston. Free. 786-8294. Noon Saturday and ,EWISTON&REE .OON3ATURDAYAND and artifacts, through Nov. 10. ANDARTIFACTS THROUGH.OV Alan Bray: "AtThe Edges," paintings; Mayumi !LAN"RAYh!T4HE%DGES vPAINTINGS-AYUMI Sunday. 3UNDAY DYERLIBRARYSACOMUSEUMORG Sarai: "Ring Cycle," carved wooden sculptures; 3ARAIh2ING#YCLE vCARVEDWOODENSCULPTURES Ogunquit Museum of American Art: Peggy /GUNQUIT-USEUMOF!MERICAN!RT0EGGY and Susan Jane Belton: "What's Yours," oil on AND3USAN*ANE"ELTONh7HATS9OURS vOILON Bacon: "Portrait of an Art Colony," portraits; "ACONh0ORTRAITOFAN!RT#OLONY vPORTRAITS THEATER N4(%!4%2 panel portraits; University of Maine (Museum of PANELPORTRAITS5NIVERSITYOF-AINE-USEUMOF "Building an American Modernist Collection," h"UILDINGAN!MERICAN-ODERNIST#OLLECTION v Art), Bangor, Opens Friday. !RT "ANGORUMMAUMAINEEDU/PENS&RIDAY "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story," musical h"UDDY4HE"UDDY(OLLY3TORY vMUSICAL highlights from the permanent collection; Henry HIGHLIGHTSFROMTHEPERMANENTCOLLECTION(ENRY Through Jan. 5. 4HROUGH*AN celebration of rock legend, Ogunquit Playhouse. CELEBRATIONOFROCKLEGEND /GUNQUIT0LAYHOUSE Strater: "Art of the Portrait," collection of portraits; 3TRATERh!RTOFTHE0ORTRAIT vCOLLECTIONOFPORTRAITS "Between Past and Present: The Homer h"ETWEEN0ASTAND0RESENT4HE(OMER $39 to $74. 2:30 and 8 TOOGUNQUITPLAYHOUSEORGAND "Contemporary Works from the Permanent h#ONTEMPORARY7ORKSFROMTHE0ERMANENT Studio Photographic Project," contemporary 3TUDIO0HOTOGRAPHIC0ROJECT vCONTEMPORARY p.m. Thursday; 8 p.m. Friday; 3:30 and 8:30 p.m. PM4HURSDAYPM&RIDAYANDPM Collection," lesser-known and seldom seen #OLLECTION vLESSER KNOWNANDSELDOMSEEN photography made with a variety of PHOTOGRAPHYMADEWITHAVARIETYOF Saturday; 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday. 3ATURDAYANDPM3UNDAY contemporary work; and "Carl Pittore and the CONTEMPORARYWORKANDh#ARL0ITTOREANDTHE historic processes, Portland Museum of Art. "The Sisters Rosenweig," family dramedy, HISTORICPROCESSES 0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RT h4HE3ISTERS2OSENWEIG vFAMILYDRAMEDY Mail Art Movement," art using mail products, -AIL!RT-OVEMENT vARTUSINGMAILPRODUCTS Opens Saturday. Through Portland Stage Company. $34 to $44; discounts PORTLANDMUSEUMORG/PENS3ATURDAY4HROUGH 0ORTLAND3TAGE#OMPANYTODISCOUNTS through Oct. 3 1 . THROUGH/CTOGUNQUITMUSEUMORG Feb. 17. available, 7:30 p.m. Thursday &EB AVAILABLEPORTLANDSTAGEORGPM4HURSDAY Bates College Museum of Art, Lewiston: "ATES#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT ,EWISTON and Friday; 4 and 8 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday; AND&RIDAYANDPM3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY "Starstruck: The Fine Art of Astrophotography" h3TARSTRUCK4HE&INE!RTOF!STROPHOTOGRAPHY v 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Oct. 1 1 . Through Oct. CONTINUING #/.4).5).' PM7EDNESDAYAND/CT4HROUGH/CT featuring 106 images by artists from 11 countries FEATURINGIMAGESBYARTISTSFROMCOUNTRIES 21. Portland Museum of Art: "Art in Process," high  0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RTh!RTIN0ROCESS vHIGH across five continents, through Dec. 15. ACROSSlVECONTINENTS THROUGH$EC "Faith Healer," drama by Irish playwright Brian school art exhibition, and "Weatherbeaten: h&AITH(EALER vDRAMABY)RISHPLAYWRIGHT"RIAN SCHOOLARTEXHIBITION ANDh7EATHERBEATEN BATESEDUMUSEUMEXHIBITIONS Friel about a traveling faith healer presented Winslow Homer and Maine," works by Homer &RIELABOUTATRAVELINGFAITHHEALERPRESENTED 7INSLOW(OMERAND-AINE vWORKSBY(OMER Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville: "Interior #OLBY#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT 7ATERVILLEh)NTERIOR by AIRE (American Irish Repertory Ensemble), created at his Prouts Neck studio in conjunction Visions: Selections from the Collection," pieces BY!)2%!MERICAN)RISH2EPERTORY%NSEMBLE CREATEDATHIS0ROUTS.ECKSTUDIOINCONJUNCTION 6ISIONS3ELECTIONSFROMTHE#OLLECTION vPIECES Portland Stage Company (Studio Theater). $20; with re-opening of restored studio for public tours, from museum collection curated by Alex Katz, 0ORTLAND3TAGE#OMPANY3TUDIO4HEATER  WITHRE OPENINGOFRESTOREDSTUDIOFORPUBLICTOURS FROMMUSEUMCOLLECTIONCURATEDBY!LEX+ATZ $18 for seniors and students; $15 on Wednesdays through Dec. 30; "The Portland Society of Art through Sunday; Alex Katz, "Maine/New York," 28 FORSENIORSANDSTUDENTSON7EDNESDAYS THROUGH$ECh4HE0ORTLAND3OCIETYOF!RT THROUGH3UNDAY!LEX+ATZ h-AINE.EW9ORK v and Thursdays; $10 on Oct. 4. and Winslow Homer in Maine," 50 watercolors paintings and one multi-part sculpture, through AND4HURSDAYSON/CTAIRETHEATERCOM AND7INSLOW(OMERIN-AINE vWATERCOLORS PAINTINGSANDONEMULTI PARTSCULPTURE THROUGH 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday; 8 p.m. Saturday; 3 ANDDRAWINGSEXAMINETHERELATIONSHIPBETWEEN and drawings examine the relationship between Dec. 30. PM4HURSDAYAND&RIDAYPM3ATURDAY $ECCOLBYEDU p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 1 . Through Oct. 2 1 . (OMER ARCHITECT*OHN#ALVIN3TEVENSAND Homer, architect John Calvin Stevens and PM3UNDAYPM/CT4HROUGH/CT Maine State Museum, Augusta: "Malaga Island: -AINE3TATE-USEUM !UGUSTAh-ALAGA)SLAND Backstage Playhouse Tours, 90-minute walking the Portland Society of Art, through Feb. 3. "ACKSTAGE0LAYHOUSE4OURS  MINUTEWALKING THE0ORTLAND3OCIETYOF!RT THROUGH&EB Fragmented Lives," historic photographs, &RAGMENTED,IVES vHISTORICPHOTOGRAPHS tours of historic theater; see costumes, backstage TOURSOFHISTORICTHEATERSEECOSTUMES BACKSTAGE PORTLANDMUSEUMORG documents, artifacts and first-person accounts, DOCUMENTS ARTIFACTSANDlRST PERSONACCOUNTS and dressing rooms; Ogunquit Playhouse. $10; $5 Maine Historical Society Museum/Longfellow ANDDRESSINGROOMS/GUNQUIT0LAYHOUSE -AINE(ISTORICAL3OCIETY-USEUM,ONGFELLOW through May. THROUGH-AYMAINESTATEMUSEUMORG for 45-minute tours, 10:30 (OUSE 0ORTLANDh7IREDvEXPLORESTHE House, Portland: " W i r e d ! " explores the FOR MINUTETOURSOGUNQUITPLAYHOUSEORG Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland: "Impressionist &ARNSWORTH!RT-USEUM 2OCKLANDh)MPRESSIONIST and 11 a.m. Friday. Through Oct. 19. electrification of Maine during the 20th century, ANDAM&RIDAY4HROUGH/CT ELECTRIlCATIONOF-AINEDURINGTHETHCENTURY Summers: Frank W. Benson's North Haven," 3UMMERS&RANK7"ENSONS.ORTH(AVEN v "Anything Goes," Cole Porter musical, Lyric through May 26. h!NYTHING'OES v#OLE0ORTERMUSICAL ,YRIC THROUGH-AYMAINEHISTORYORG paintings, lithographs and etchings, through PAINTINGS LITHOGRAPHSANDETCHINGS THROUGH Music Theater, South Portland. $21.99. Maine Museum of Photographic Arts, USM -USIC4HEATER 3OUTH0ORTLAND -AINE-USEUMOF0HOTOGRAPHIC!RTS 53- Oct. 2 1 ; Andrew Wyeth: "Summers in Port /CT!NDREW7YETHh3UMMERSIN0ORT 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Glickman Library, Portland: Luc Demers, "Trace," LYRICMUSICTHEATERORGPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY 'LICKMAN,IBRARY 0ORTLAND,UC$EMERS h4RACE v Clyde," watercolors from 1930s and '40s, #LYDE vWATERCOLORSFROMSANDS "An Evening w i t h Broadway Star Florence photographs, and Richard Veit, photographs, h!N%VENINGWITH"ROADWAY3TAR&LORENCE PHOTOGRAPHS AND2ICHARD6EIT PHOTOGRAPHS through Nov. 4; "Jamie Wyeth, Rockwell Kent THROUGH.OVh*AMIE7YETH 2OCKWELL+ENT Lacey," Good Theater presents performance by through Dec. 2 1 . ,ACEY v'OOD4HEATERPRESENTSPERFORMANCEBY THROUGH$ECUSMMAINEEDULIBRARY and Monhegan," paintings, through Dec. 30. AND-ONHEGAN vPAINTINGS THROUGH$EC Broadway star who has performed in "The Grand Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick: "ROADWAYSTARWHOHASPERFORMEDINh4HE'RAND "OWDOIN#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT "RUNSWICK FARNSWORTHMUSEUMORG Tour," "Hello, Dolly!", "Les Miserables" and William Wegman, "Hello Nature," 30-year 4OUR vh(ELLO $OLLYv h,ES-ISERABLESvAND 7ILLIAM7EGMAN h(ELLO.ATURE v YEAR Abbe Museum, Bar Harbor: 2012 Waponahki !BBE-USEUM "AR(ARBOR7APONAHKI "Evita," St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. $30. retrospective of artist's work, through Oct. 2 1 ; h%VITA v3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND RETROSPECTIVEOFARTISTSWORK THROUGH/CT Student Art Show, through Oct. 22; "Indians and 3TUDENT!RT3HOW THROUGH/CTh)NDIANSAND 7:30 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. "Making a Presence: F. Holland Day in Artistic GOODTHEATERCOMPM3ATURDAYPM h-AKINGA0RESENCE&(OLLAND$AYIN!RTISTIC Rusticators" and "Transcending Traditions: The 2USTICATORSvANDh4RANSCENDING4RADITIONS4HE Sunday. Photography," photographs by and of F. Holland 3UNDAY 0HOTOGRAPHY vPHOTOGRAPHSBYANDOF&(OLLAND Next Generation and Maine Indian Basketry," .EXT'ENERATIONAND-AINE)NDIAN"ASKETRY v Day (1864-1933), through Dec. 23. "Twelfth Night," presented by American h4WELFTH.IGHT vPRESENTEDBY!MERICAN $AY  THROUGH$ECBOWDOINEDU through Dec. 29. THROUGH$ECABBEMUSEUMORG art-museum Shakespeare Theater, College of the Atlantic 3HAKESPEARE4HEATER #OLLEGEOFTHE!TLANTIC ART MUSEUM (Gates Center), Bar Harbor. $10. 288-5015. 7 p.m. 0EJEPSCOT(ISTORICAL3OCIETY-USEUM "RUNSWICK Pejepscot Historical Society Museum, Brunswick: 'ATES#ENTER "AR(ARBOR PM ART GALLERIES N!24'!,,%2)%3 Sunday. "Promenade: A Walk in Style Through Pejepscot's 3UNDAY h0ROMENADE!7ALKIN3TYLE4HROUGH0EJEPSCOTS OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 Past," through Oct. 3 1 . 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reception, 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday. Through Oct. 27. RECEPTION TOPM4HURSDAY4HROUGH/CT -ARY"ARNESh/NCE2EMOVEDvAND*OHN3ANTORO Mary Barnes: "Once Removed" and John Santoro: "Transitions," Elizabeth Moss Gallery, Falmouth. h4RANSITIONS v%LIZABETH-OSS'ALLERY &ALMOUTH Opening reception, 5 ELIZABETHMOSSGALLERIESCOM/PENINGRECEPTION  to 7 p.m. Thursday. Through Nov. 4. TOPM4HURSDAY4HROUGH.OV &IRST&RIDAY!RT7ALK GALLERIESANDMUSEUMS First Friday ArtWalk, galleries and museums open for free, downtown Portland. OPENFORFREE DOWNTOWN0ORTLAND 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. lRSTFRIDAYARTWALKCOMTOPM&RIDAY "Elegant Enigmas: The Art of Edward Gorey," h%LEGANT%NIGMAS4HE!RTOF%DWARD'OREY v original illustrations, preparatory sketches, ORIGINALILLUSTRATIONS PREPARATORYSKETCHES unpublished drawings and ephemera, UNPUBLISHEDDRAWINGSANDEPHEMERA Portland Public Library (Lewis Gallery). 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY,EWIS'ALLERY Opening reception with PORTLANDLIBRARYCOM/PENINGRECEPTIONWITH the DaPonte String Quartet, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. THE$A0ONTE3TRING1UARTET TOPM&RIDAY Through Dec. 29. 4HROUGH$EC h2OCK #ANVAS "LOW4ORCH v(ARMONS"ARTONS "Rock, Canvas, Blow Torch," Harmon's & Barton's Gallery, Portland, Opening 'ALLERY 0ORTLANDHARMONSBARTONSCOM/PENING reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through Oct. 3 1 . RECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH/CT "Fire Before Ice," Constellation Gallery, Portland. h&IRE"EFORE)CE v#ONSTELLATION'ALLERY 0ORTLAND First Friday reception, 5 to 8 CONSTELLATIONARTCOM&IRST&RIDAYRECEPTION TO p.m. Friday. Through Oct. 24. PM&RIDAY4HROUGH/CT "Maine Masterworks," works by James Fitzgerald, h-AINE-ASTERWORKS vWORKSBY*AMES&ITZGERALD Charles Woodbury, William T. Richards, Emil #HARLES7OODBURY 7ILLIAM42ICHARDS %MIL Holzhauer and more, Gleason Fine Art, Portland. (OLZHAUERANDMORE 'LEASON&INE!RT 0ORTLAND 699-5599. Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday.  /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY Through Nov. 17. 4HROUGH.OV Ronnie Wilson: "Dancing with Color" and Ruthy 2ONNIE7ILSONh$ANCINGWITH#OLORvAND2UTHY Sylmore: "Paris Walls re/con/figured," Addison 3YLMOREh0ARIS7ALLSRECONlGURED v!DDISON Woolley Gallery, Portland, 7OOLLEY'ALLERY 0ORTLANDADDISONWOOLLEYCOM Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH Oct. 27. /CT Michael Connor: "Chee is Twee," graphite and -ICHAEL#ONNORh#HEEIS4WEE vGRAPHITEAND watercolor drawings of diminutive creatures, WATERCOLORDRAWINGSOFDIMINUTIVECREATURES The Green Hand Bookshop, Portland. 253-6808. 4HE'REEN(AND"OOKSHOP 0ORTLAND  Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. 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PM&RIDAY4HROUGH3UNDAY "CSA: Community Supporting Arts," work h#3!#OMMUNITY3UPPORTING!RTS vWORK of 14 artists who have partnered with central OFARTISTSWHOHAVEPARTNEREDWITHCENTRAL Maine farms, Harlow Gallery, Hallowell. -AINEFARMS (ARLOW'ALLERY (ALLOWELL Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m. HARLOWGALLERYORG/PENINGRECEPTION TOPM Friday. Through Oct. 27. &RIDAY4HROUGH/CT "The Making of Music," musical instruments and h4HE-AKINGOF-USIC vMUSICALINSTRUMENTSAND art inspired by music or musical instruments, ARTINSPIREDBYMUSICORMUSICALINSTRUMENTS Aarhus Gallery, Belfast, !ARHUS'ALLERY "ELFASTAARHUSGALLERYCOM Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH Oct. 28. /CT Condon and Georgeann Kuhl: "Tuscany to #ONDONAND'EORGEANN+UHLh4USCANYTO Pompeii and Beyond," Art Galleries at University 0OMPEIIAND"EYOND v!RT'ALLERIESAT5NIVERSITY of Maine Machias. 255-1279. Opening OF-AINEn-ACHIAS /PENING reception, 5 to 7 p.m. Friday. Through Nov. 30. 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ZSPPNNBUFBOE*EFDJEFEUPIFBE y roommate and I decided to head into Portland for a midweek night JOUP1PSUMBOEGPSBNJEXFFLOJHIU out. Our destination?%PDL'PSFJO Dock Fore in PVU0VSEFTUJOBUJPO Portland's Old Port. 1PSUMBOET0ME1PSU As we crossed Fore Street, Angle spot"TXFDSPTTFE'PSF4USFFU "OHJFTQPU ted the large Shipyard Pumpkinhead UFEUIFMBSHF4IJQZBSE1VNQLJOIFBE poster advertising $1.95 pints from 3 to 7 QPTUFSBEWFSUJTJOHQJOUTGSPNUP p.m. That price is pretty hard to beat in QN5IBUQSJDFJTQSFUUZIBSEUPCFBUJO Portland bars. 1PSUMBOECBST When we walked in, admittedly we 8IFOXFXBMLFEJO BENJUUFEMZXF felt like strangers walking into Cheers. GFMUMJLFTUSBOHFSTXBMLJOHJOUP$IFFST Despite the mixed-age groups enjoying %FTQJUFUIFNJYFEBHFHSPVQTFOKPZJOH happy hour, Dock Fore is definitely a place IBQQZIPVS %PDL'PSFJTEFmOJUFMZBQMBDF where regulars go because everybody XIFSFSFHVMBSTHPCFDBVTFFWFSZCPEZ knows their names. On the flip side - if LOPXTUIFJSOBNFT0OUIFnJQTJEFoJG you walk in and nobody knows you, you ZPVXBMLJOBOEOPCPEZLOPXTZPV ZPV feel a bit like the things that don't belong. GFFMBCJUMJLFUIFUIJOHTUIBUEPOUCFMPOH But for a Tuesday evening, the small #VUGPSB5VFTEBZFWFOJOH UIFTNBMM bar was hopping with happy hour-goers. CBSXBTIPQQJOHXJUIIBQQZIPVSHPFST Angie squeezed between patrons to reach "OHJFTRVFF[FECFUXFFOQBUSPOTUPSFBDI the bar and order a Pumpkinhead. When UIFCBSBOEPSEFSB1VNQLJOIFBE8IFO the bartender handed over her drink, it UIFCBSUFOEFSIBOEFEPWFSIFSESJOL JU wasn't your average 16-ounce glass, but a XBTOUZPVSBWFSBHFPVODFHMBTT CVUB 20-ounce pint. PVODFQJOU "This place may be a hole-in-the-wall i5IJTQMBDFNBZCFBIPMFJOUIFXBMM bar," Angie said to me as she took her first CBS w"OHJFTBJEUPNFBTTIFUPPLIFSmSTU sip of beer. "But it's heaven in a hole." TJQPGCFFSi#VUJUTIFBWFOJOBIPMFw Pumpkinhead for $1.95 isn't the only 1VNQLJOIFBEGPSJTOUUIFPOMZ steal Dock Fore has to offer. On weekdays, TUFBM%PDL'PSFIBTUPPGGFS0OXFFLEBZT  a happy hour from 3 to 7 p.m. features BIBQQZIPVSGSPNUPQNGFBUVSFT $1.95 and $2.95 pints, $1.95 domestic BOEQJOUT EPNFTUJD bottles, $2.95 imported bottles and well CPUUMFT JNQPSUFECPUUMFTBOEXFMM drinks, and $1 off glasses of wine. ESJOLT BOEPGGHMBTTFTPGXJOF While we were there, the bar also had a 8IJMFXFXFSFUIFSF UIFCBSBMTPIBEB communal plate of crackers, cheese, vegDPNNVOBMQMBUFPGDSBDLFST DIFFTF WFH gies and dip set out for patrons to enjoy. HJFTBOEEJQTFUPVUGPSQBUSPOTUPFOKPZ The specials don't disappear on week5IFTQFDJBMTEPOUEJTBQQFBSPOXFFL ends either, when you can't go wrong with FOETFJUIFS XIFOZPVDBOUHPXSPOHXJUI $2.95 mimosas and a $3.95 Bloody Mary. NJNPTBTBOEB#MPPEZ.BSZ

DOCK FORE ;F:B=FI< WHERE: 336 Fore St., Portland E63@3(!!$4]`SAb>]`bZO\R PHONE: 772-8619 >6=<3(%% &$' WEBSITE: Find them on FaceE30A7B3(4W\RbVS[]\4OQS book or follow them on Twitter P]]Y]`T]ZZ]ebVS[]\BeWbbS` @dock4 .R]QY" HOURS: 3 to 11 p.m. Monday, 6=C@A(!b]^[;]\ROg 3 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, 3 to 10 !b]'^[BcSaROg!b] p.m. Wednesday and Thurs^[ESR\SaROgO\RBVc`a day, 2^[b] p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday, ROg (!O[4`WROg noon to 12:30 a.m. Saturday \]]\b] (!O[AObc`ROg and noon to 9 p.m. Sunday O\R\]]\b]'^[Ac\ROg PARKING: On-street metered >/@97<5(=\ab`SSb[SbS`SR parking, which is free after ^O`YW\UeVWQVWaT`SSOTbS` 6 p.m. and on Sundays and $^[O\R]\Ac\ROgaO\R holidays V]ZWROga HAPPY HOUR: 3 to 7 p.m. Monday 6/>>G6=C@(!b]%^[;]\ROg through Friday with $1.95 and bV`]cUV4`WROgeWbV'#O\R $2.95 pints, $1.95 domestic  '#^W\ba'#R][SabWQ bottles, $2.95 imported bottles P]bbZSa '#W[^]`bSRP]bbZSa and well drinks, and $1 off O\ReSZZR`W\YaO\R]TT glasses of wine UZOaaSa]TeW\S SCENE: A cozy neighborhood A13<3(/Q]hg\SWUVP]`V]]R bar with a few tables, bar PO`eWbVOTSebOPZSaPO` stools and limited standing ab]]ZaO\RZW[WbSRabO\RW\U room. `]][ Derek Davis/Staff Photographer 2S`SY2OdWaAbOTT>V]b]U`O^VS`

Dock Fore in Portland has many specials and a friendly vibe to recommend it. 2]QY4]`SW\>]`bZO\RVOa[O\ga^SQWOZaO\ROT`WS\RZgdWPSb]`SQ][[S\RWb Throughout the fall, the televisions 5ISPVHIPVUUIFGBMM UIFUFMFWJTJPOT mounted behind the bar feature football NPVOUFECFIJOEUIFCBSGFBUVSFGPPUCBMM on Sundays, with seven NFL games on PO4VOEBZT XJUITFWFO/'-HBNFTPO at once. With that come specials that BUPODF8JUIUIBUDPNFTQFDJBMTUIBU include $8.95 Longtrail IPA pitchers and JODMVEF-POHUSBJM*1"QJUDIFSTBOE free hot dogs and peanuts. GSFFIPUEPHTBOEQFBOVUT All over the walls hung a number of "MMPWFSUIFXBMMTIVOHBOVNCFSPG paintings by local artist Susan Roux. The QBJOUJOHTCZMPDBMBSUJTU4VTBO3PVY5IF vibrant-colored paintings were beautiful WJCSBOUDPMPSFEQBJOUJOHTXFSFCFBVUJGVM and framed in gold, and were a stark conBOEGSBNFEJOHPME BOEXFSFBTUBSLDPO

trast to the rest of the bar, which featured USBTUUPUIFSFTUPGUIFCBS XIJDIGFBUVSFE happy hour and beer posters. IBQQZIPVSBOECFFSQPTUFST Dock Fore is your run-of-the-mill place, %PDL'PSFJTZPVSSVOPGUIFNJMMQMBDF  which is unusual for the Old Port. The XIJDIJTVOVTVBMGPSUIF0ME1PSU5IF neighborhood bar sits amidst a bar scene OFJHICPSIPPECBSTJUTBNJETUBCBSTDFOF littered with nightclubs, sports pubs and MJUUFSFEXJUIOJHIUDMVCT TQPSUTQVCTBOE dance floors. EBODFnPPST It's a place to chill, sip a drink and chat *UTBQMBDFUPDIJMM TJQBESJOLBOEDIBU with friends. It's not a place to go shake XJUIGSJFOET*UTOPUBQMBDFUPHPTIBLF your booty, drink the latest trendy cockZPVSCPPUZ ESJOLUIFMBUFTUUSFOEZDPDL

tail or play some bar games. UBJMPSQMBZTPNFCBSHBNFT Maybe not featuring the latest trend .BZCFOPUGFBUVSJOHUIFMBUFTUUSFOE is what keeps Dock Fore's doors open, JTXIBULFFQT%PDL'PSFTEPPSTPQFO  though. Owner Shaun McCarthy said it's UIPVHI0XOFS4IBVO.D$BSUIZTBJEJUT been open for more than 30 years. CFFOPQFOGPSNPSFUIBOZFBST I'm sure the regular crowd will keep it *NTVSFUIFSFHVMBSDSPXEXJMMLFFQJU going for another 30 years or more. HPJOHGPSBOPUIFSZFBSTPSNPSF Emma Bouthillette is a freelance writer who lives in 3[[O0]cbVWZZSbbSWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV]ZWdSaW\ Biddeford. 0WRRST]`R

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or the past few months yeast traditionally used in ZFBTUUSBEJUJPOBMMZVTFEJO PSUIFQBTUGFXNPOUIT while I have been writing a wheat beer. The color is a BXIFBUCFFS5IFDPMPSJTB XIJMF*IBWFCFFOXSJUJOH about local beers and beer darker orange to red, and is a EBSLFSPSBOHFUPSFE BOEJTB BCPVUMPDBMCFFSTBOECFFS bit hazy. This has a wonderfully events, I also have been tasting CJUIB[Z5IJTIBTBXPOEFSGVMMZ FWFOUT *BMTPIBWFCFFOUBTUJOH a variety of beers from other big and malty flavor with a bit CJHBOENBMUZnBWPSXJUIBCJU BWBSJFUZPGCFFSTGSPNPUIFS places. While Maine creates of fruitiness in the background, PGGSVJUJOFTTJOUIFCBDLHSPVOE  QMBDFT8IJMF.BJOFDSFBUFT some of the best beers in the and is 5.7 percent alcohol. BOEJTQFSDFOUBMDPIPM TPNFPGUIFCFTUCFFSTJOUIF world, you can't be a locavore All of these beers come in 22"MMPGUIFTFCFFSTDPNFJO XPSME ZPVDBOUCFBMPDBWPSF all of the time. PVODFCPNCFST BOE*UIJOLUIF BMMPGUIFUJNF TOni AtWGll ounce bombers, and I think the I was first attracted to price was in the $6 range. QSJDFXBTJOUIFSBOHF *XBTmSTUBUUSBDUFEUP Slumbrew by its Porter Square Somerville Brewing Co., 4PNFSWJMMF#SFXJOH$P  4MVNCSFXCZJUT1PSUFS4RVBSF Porter because son Zachwhich is behind the Slumbrew XIJDIJTCFIJOEUIF4MVNCSFX 1PSUFSCFDBVTFTPO;BDI ary lived for several years in brand, has a small brewery CSBOE IBTBTNBMMCSFXFSZ BSZMJWFEGPSTFWFSBMZFBSTJO that Somerville, Mass., neighborhood. in Somerville where the owners create JO4PNFSWJMMFXIFSFUIFPXOFSTDSFBUF UIBU4PNFSWJMMF .BTT OFJHICPSIPPE This was a rich, almost black porter recipes. But the company makes most of SFDJQFT#VUUIFDPNQBOZNBLFTNPTUPG 5IJTXBTBSJDI BMNPTUCMBDLQPSUFS with a good rich mouthfeel and a lot of its beers as tenant brewers at Mercury JUTCFFSTBTUFOBOUCSFXFSTBU.FSDVSZ XJUIBHPPESJDINPVUIGFFMBOEBMPUPG Brewing Co. in Ipswich, Mass. chocolate malt flavors, coming in at 6.5 #SFXJOH$PJO*QTXJDI .BTT DIPDPMBUFNBMUnBWPST DPNJOHJOBU percent alcohol. QFSDFOUBMDPIPM After that, I had some Hoppy Sol and I WROTE about Wilco Tango Foxtrot *8305&BCPVU8JMDP5BOHP'PYUSPU "GUFSUIBU *IBETPNF)PQQZ4PMBOE Rising Sun, two different ales made with CZ-BHVOJUBT#SFXJOHPVUPG1FUBMVNB  by Lagunitas Brewing out of Petaluma, 3JTJOH4VO UXPEJGGFSFOUBMFTNBEFXJUI the same kind of yeast. Calif., in early summer, and I continued $BMJG JOFBSMZTVNNFS BOE*DPOUJOVFE UIFTBNFLJOEPGZFBTU drinking the company's beer over the Hoppy Sol is a wheat beer that pours a ESJOLJOHUIFDPNQBOZTCFFSPWFSUIF )PQQZ4PMJTBXIFBUCFFSUIBUQPVSTB sunset orange. It has a good wheat and course of the summer. DPVSTFPGUIFTVNNFS TVOTFUPSBOHF*UIBTBHPPEXIFBUBOE citrus flavor, and is 5.5 percent alcohol. Since then, I have had Lagunitas' Hop 4JODFUIFO *IBWFIBE-BHVOJUBT)PQ DJUSVTnBWPS BOEJTQFSDFOUBMDPIPM This was a pleasant take on a hefeweiStoopid, Little Sumpin' Ale, Maximus 4UPPQJE -JUUMF4VNQJO"MF .BYJNVT 5IJTXBTBQMFBTBOUUBLFPOBIFGFXFJ zen. and Censored. They all follow the GerBOE$FOTPSFE5IFZBMMGPMMPXUIF(FS [FO Rising Sun is an altbier or dampfbier, man beer laws, which say that they can NBOCFFSMBXT XIJDITBZUIBUUIFZDBO 3JTJOH4VOJTBOBMUCJFSPSEBNQGCJFS  made with all barley malt but using the be made only with water, barley, hops CFNBEFPOMZXJUIXBUFS CBSMFZ IPQT NBEFXJUIBMMCBSMFZNBMUCVUVTJOHUIF

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and yeast. BOEZFBTU The lowest-alcohol one of the group 5IFMPXFTUBMDPIPMPOFPGUIFHSPVQ was Censored, a rich copper ale and the XBT$FOTPSFE BSJDIDPQQFSBMFBOEUIF one that I liked the best. It had a good, POFUIBU*MJLFEUIFCFTU*UIBEBHPPE  rich malty flavor, with enough hops to SJDINBMUZnBWPS XJUIFOPVHIIPQTUP make it interesting. NBLFJUJOUFSFTUJOH The others were in the 7 to 8 percent 5IFPUIFSTXFSFJOUIFUPQFSDFOU alcohol range, and were all hoppier than BMDPIPMSBOHF BOEXFSFBMMIPQQJFSUIBO I like for routine drinking - although *MJLFGPSSPVUJOFESJOLJOHoBMUIPVHI Little Sumpin' was quite good. -JUUMF4VNQJOXBTRVJUFHPPE I got the Hop Stoopid in a 22-ounce *HPUUIF)PQ4UPPQJEJOBPVODF bomber, and the others in a mixed sixCPNCFS BOEUIFPUIFSTJOBNJYFETJY pack from the Bier Cellar. I think I paid QBDLGSPNUIF#JFS$FMMBS*UIJOL*QBJE about $6 for the bomber and about $14 BCPVUGPSUIFCPNCFSBOEBCPVU for the mixed six-pack. GPSUIFNJYFETJYQBDL MY WIFE Nancy's favorite cousin, .:8*'&/BODZTGBWPSJUFDPVTJO  John, brought us a six-pack of beer +PIO CSPVHIUVTBTJYQBDLPGCFFS from Nashoba Valley Brewery in Bolton, GSPN/BTIPCB7BMMFZ#SFXFSZJO#PMUPO  Mass. .BTT This is a combination winery, brewery, 5IJTJTBDPNCJOBUJPOXJOFSZ CSFXFSZ  restaurant and apple farm that is family SFTUBVSBOUBOEBQQMFGBSNUIBUJTGBNJMZ owned and doing all sorts of different PXOFEBOEEPJOHBMMTPSUTPGEJGGFSFOU businesses to keep the farm going. CVTJOFTTFTUPLFFQUIFGBSNHPJOH Nancy and I really liked the Nashoba /BODZBOE*SFBMMZMJLFEUIF/BTIPCB Valley IPA, but the other beers - Bolt 7BMMFZ*1" CVUUIFPUIFSCFFSTo#PMU 117, Waddaquoddoc Wheat, Heron Ale  8BEEBRVPEEPD8IFBU )FSPO"MF and Belgian Pale Ale - were middle-ofBOE#FMHJBO1BMF"MFoXFSFNJEEMFPG

the-road. UIFSPBE However, the chardonnay cousin John )PXFWFS UIFDIBSEPOOBZDPVTJO+PIO also brought was very good, especially if BMTPCSPVHIUXBTWFSZHPPE FTQFDJBMMZJG you like the fruit-centered, unoaked type ZPVMJLFUIFGSVJUDFOUFSFE VOPBLFEUZQF of chardonnay they make in the Chablis PGDIBSEPOOBZUIFZNBLFJOUIF$IBCMJT region of France. SFHJPOPG'SBODF ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS &/(*/&&348*5)065#03%&34 is holding a beer, wine, food and music JTIPMEJOHBCFFS XJOF GPPEBOENVTJD event from 5 to 10 p.m. Oct. 18 at the FWFOUGSPNUPQN0DUBUUIF Ocean Gateway Terminal. 0DFBO(BUFXBZ5FSNJOBM Beer + Wine + Water is designed to fi#FFS 8JOF 8BUFSJTEFTJHOFEUPm nance the group's mission to bring clean, OBODFUIFHSPVQTNJTTJPOUPCSJOHDMFBO  safe drinking water to Ghana, in Africa. TBGFESJOLJOHXBUFSUP(IBOB JO"GSJDB Drinks will be supplied by Shipyard, %SJOLTXJMMCFTVQQMJFECZ4IJQZBSE  Geary's and Maine Mead, and local ca(FBSZTBOE.BJOF.FBE BOEMPDBMDB terers will provide appetizers while The UFSFSTXJMMQSPWJEFBQQFUJ[FSTXIJMF5IF Jason Spooner Band performs. There +BTPO4QPPOFS#BOEQFSGPSNT5IFSF will also be an extensive silent auction. XJMMBMTPCFBOFYUFOTJWFTJMFOUBVDUJPO Tickets are $30 and available by send5JDLFUTBSFBOEBWBJMBCMFCZTFOE ing a check payable to EWB Portland JOHBDIFDLQBZBCMFUP&8#1PSUMBOE Maine. Mail checks to: EWB Portland .BJOF.BJMDIFDLTUP&8#1PSUMBOE Maine, c/o Kathy Kern, 39 Glenridge .BJOF DP,BUIZ,FSO (MFOSJEHF Drive, Portland ME 04102. %SJWF 1PSUMBOE.& Tom Atwell is a freelance writer living in Cape B][/beSZZWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`ZWdW\UW\1O^S Elizabeth. He can be contacted at 767-2297 or at: 3ZWhOPSbV6SQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%$% '%]`Ob( tomatwell@me. com b][ObeSZZ.[SQ][


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Re-enactors do battle I\$\eXZkfij[fYXkkc\ on Narrow Gauge line feEXiifn>Xl^\c`e\ STICK'EM UP, Yankees! As AB719¸3;C>GO\YSSa/a you ride the Maine Narrow g]c`WRSbVS;OW\S<O``]e Gauge Railroad, the train 5OcUS@OWZ`]ORbVSb`OW\ will be attacked by Civil eWZZPSObbOQYSRPg1WdWZ War re-enactors from the EO``SS\OQb]`aT`][bVS Confederate side seeking 1]\TSRS`ObSaWRSaSSYW\U plunder as Union soldiers ^Zc\RS`OaC\W]\a]ZRWS`a attempt to fend them off. ObbS[^bb]TS\RbVS[]TT Explore additional Civil War 3f^Z]`SORRWbW]\OZ1WdWZEO` activities and exhibits in the OQbWdWbWSaO\RSfVWPWbaW\bVS museum during this Rebels [caSc[Rc`W\UbVWa@SPSZa Attack event. /bbOQYSdS\b WHEN: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. E63<(O[b]"^[ Saturday AObc`ROg WHERE: Maine Narrow Gauge E63@3(;OW\S<O``]e5OcUS Railroad Company & Museum, @OWZ`]OR1][^O\g;caSc[ 58 Fore St., Portland #&4]`SAb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $10; $9 for seniors; 6=E;C16()'T]`aS\W]`a) $6 for ages 3 to 12;)T`SST]` free for $T]`OUSa!b] ages 2O\Rg]c\US` and younger OUSa INFO: 828-0814 7<4=(& &&" Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer 5]`R]\1VWP`]aYWAbOTT>V]b]U`O^VS`

Here's a sneak peek at one of the stops on the Falmouth Kitchen Tour. The focal point of the kitchen is a six-burner, 6S`S¸aOa\SOY^SSYOb]\S]TbVSab]^a]\bVS4OZ[]cbV9WbQVS\B]c`BVST]QOZ^]W\b]TbVSYWbQVS\WaOaWfPc`\S` two-oven, gas Thermador range. Proceeds from the tour will benefit the Preble Street Resource Center in Portland. be]]dS\UOaBVS`[OR]``O\US>`]QSSRaT`][bVSb]c`eWZZPS\S¿bbVS>`SPZSAb`SSb@Sa]c`QS1S\bS`W\>]`bZO\R

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Staff Writer 4UBGG8SJUFS ix years ago, when Lisa GilJYZFBSTBHP XIFO-JTB(JM bert and her husband began CFSUBOEIFSIVTCBOECFHBO building their shingle-style CVJMEJOHUIFJSTIJOHMFTUZMF home on the Falmouth ForeIPNFPOUIF'BMNPVUI'PSF side, she knew exactly how TJEF TIFLOFXFYBDUMZIPX her kitchen needed to look IFSLJUDIFOOFFEFEUPMPPL and function. BOEGVODUJPO "I wanted it to be warm with i*XBOUFEJUUPCFXBSNXJUI a kind of country feel," said BLJOEPGDPVOUSZGFFM wTBJE Gilbert. "And we have four (JMCFSUi"OEXFIBWFGPVS kids, so it had to be durable." LJET TPJUIBEUPCFEVSBCMFw With a generous green-gray granite 8JUIBHFOFSPVTHSFFOHSBZHSBOJUF island, abundant mahogany counter space JTMBOE BCVOEBOUNBIPHBOZDPVOUFSTQBDF and a six-burner, two-oven Thermador BOEBTJYCVSOFS UXPPWFO5IFSNBEPS range, the kitchen also had to serve the SBOHF UIFLJUDIFOBMTPIBEUPTFSWFUIF needs of an avid cook. OFFETPGBOBWJEDPPL


"It had to really work, because I cook a i*UIBEUPSFBMMZXPSL CFDBVTF*DPPLB lot," said Gilbert, whose husband, Brad, MPU wTBJE(JMCFSU XIPTFIVTCBOE #SBE  is a home builder who owns Tall Trees JTBIPNFCVJMEFSXIPPXOT5BMM5SFFT Construction. The couple's experience $POTUSVDUJPO5IFDPVQMFTFYQFSJFODF building and renovating homes helped CVJMEJOHBOESFOPWBUJOHIPNFTIFMQFE guide many of their choices in the kitchen HVJEFNBOZPGUIFJSDIPJDFTJOUIFLJUDIFO and throughout the comfortable house. BOEUISPVHIPVUUIFDPNGPSUBCMFIPVTF Members of the public can view their .FNCFSTPGUIFQVCMJDDBOWJFXUIFJS kitchen Friday and Saturday during the LJUDIFO'SJEBZBOE4BUVSEBZEVSJOHUIF Falmouth Kitchen Tour. 'BMNPVUI,JUDIFO5PVS Organized by Marcy Boyton of A Divine 0SHBOJ[FECZ.BSDZ#PZUPOPG"%JWJOF Time and Lana Wescott of Lana Wescott 5JNFBOE-BOB8FTDPUUPG-BOB8FTDPUU Events, the kitchen tour enters its second &WFOUT UIFLJUDIFOUPVSFOUFSTJUTTFDPOE year this weekend after raising $5,000 last ZFBSUIJTXFFLFOEBGUFSSBJTJOH MBTU year for hunger relief. ZFBSGPSIVOHFSSFMJFG This year's tour will benefit Preble Street 5IJTZFBSTUPVSXJMMCFOFmU1SFCMF4USFFU Resource Center in Portland. Those who 3FTPVSDF$FOUFSJO1PSUMBOE5IPTFXIP purchase tickets are also encouraged to QVSDIBTFUJDLFUTBSFBMTPFODPVSBHFEUP bring non-perishable food to donate to the CSJOHOPOQFSJTIBCMFGPPEUPEPOBUFUPUIF Maine Hunger Initiative. .BJOF)VOHFS*OJUJBUJWF The tour will feature nine kitchens in 5IFUPVSXJMMGFBUVSFOJOFLJUDIFOTJO


@= >F FALMOUTH KITCHEN TOUR 4/:;=CB697B163<B=C@ WHEN: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and E63<(O[b]"^[4`WROgO\R Saturday AObc`ROg WHERE: Starts at Falmouth CounE63@3(AbO`baOb4OZ[]cbV1]c\ try Club, One Congressional b`g1ZcP=\S1]\U`SaaW]\OZ Drive, Falmouth 2`WdS4OZ[]cbV HOW MUCH: $25 in advance; $30 6=E;C16( #W\ORdO\QS)! day of tour; $10 for Sandy Oliver ROg]Tb]c`)T]`AO\Rg=ZWdS` talk on Saturday. Proceeds benebOZY]\AObc`ROg>`]QSSRaPS\S fit Preble Street Resource Center. Âżb>`SPZSAb`SSb@Sa]c`QS1S\bS` INFO: 7<4=(TOZ[]cbVYWbQVS\b]c`Q][ WHAT ELSE: Bring canned goods E6/B3:A3(0`W\UQO\\SRU]]Ra and other non-perishable food O\R]bVS`\]\^S`WaVOPZST]]R items to donate to the Maine WbS[ab]R]\ObSb]bVS;OW\S Hunger Initiative and drop them 6c\US`7\WbWObWdSO\RR`]^bVS[ off at the clubhouse. ]TTObbVSQZcPV]caS

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Foliage festival =fc`X^\]\jk`mXc marks 45 years dXibj+,p\Xij UNDER the bright C<23@bVSP`WUVb colored leaves, Q]Z]`SRZSOdSa shop for aV]^T]` handmade VO\R[ORS items from 75 WbS[aT`][%# craft vendors Q`OTbdS\R]`a during Boothbay Rc`W\U0]]bVPOg Harbor's 45th annual Fall 6O`P]`¸a"#bVO\\cOZ4OZZ Foliage Festival. The event 4]ZWOUS4SabWdOZBVSSdS\b takes place at Boothbay bOYSa^ZOQSOb0]]bVPOg Railway Village, where there @OWZeOgDWZZOUSeVS`SbVS`S will be a display of classic, eWZZPSORWa^ZOg]TQZOaaWQ vintage and antique cars. Hot dW\bOUSO\RO\bW_cSQO`a6]b mulled cider and Maine clam [cZZSRQWRS`O\R;OW\SQZO[ chowder will keep you warm QV]eRS`eWZZYSS^g]ceO`[ in the fall air. W\bVSTOZZOW` WHEN: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. E63<(O[b]"^[ Saturday and Sunday AObc`ROgO\RAc\ROg WHERE: Boothbay Railway E63@3(0]]bVPOg@OWZeOg Village, 586 Wiscasset Road DWZZOUS#&$EWaQOaaSb@]OR HOW MUCH: $2 6=E;C16( INFO: 633-4743 7<4=($!!"%"!

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:fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3' Continued from Page E19 *EJE I did. 5IFXIJUFSJDF XIJDI*EFMJHIUGVMMZ The white rice, which I delightfully DPOTJEFSUPCFUIFDBOEZPGHSBJOT XBT consider to be the candy of grains, was DPPLFEUPQFSGFDUJPO5IFWFHHJFTGPM cooked to perfection. The veggies folMPXFETVJU"TGPSUIFDIJDLFO JUXBT lowed suit. As for the chicken, it was UFOEFSBOENBOBHFBCMFJOCJUFTJ[FE tender and manageable in bite-sized QJFDFTUIBUXFSFBEPSOFEXJUIBMJHIUCVU pieces that were adorned with a light but nBWPSGVMCSPXOTBVDF flavorful brown sauce. *BUF5IFO*BUFTPNFNPSF5IFO* I ate. Then I ate some more. Then I GPSDFENZTFMGUPUBLFBGFXXBMLJOHMBQT forced myself to take a few walking laps BSPVOEUIFPGmDFXIJMFDIVHHJOHTPNF around the office while chugging some XBUFSCFGPSF*BUFBOZNPSF8IFO*HPU water before I ate anymore. When I got CBDLUPNZEFTL *QPMJTIFEPGGBGFXNPSF back to my desk, I polished off a few more CJUFT CVUUIFSFXFSFTUJMMMFGUPWFST bites, but there were still leftovers. .ZNFBMDPVMEIBWFoBOEBDUVBMMZEJE My meal could have - and actually did

oGFFEUXPQFPQMF:PVCFUUFSCFMJFWFJU - feed two people. You better believe it XBTBCBSHBJO CVUJUEJEOUTLJNQPOUBTUF  was a bargain, but it didn't skimp on taste, XIJDINFBOT*MMCFCBDLGPSNPSF*N which means I'll be back for more. I'm DVSJPVTBCPVUUIFTVTIJ BOEXBOUUPUSZ curious about the sushi, and want to try BCPVUFJHIUPGUIFTPVQTUIFZPGGFS about eight of the 10 soups they offer. 4QFBLJOHPGTPVQ NZDPMMFBHVFTBJEJU Speaking of soup, my colleague said it XBTEFMJDJPVTXJUIBMJHIU CSPUIZnBWPS was delicious with a light, brothy flavor UIBUXBTOUUPPTBMUZBOEIBEBHPPECBM that wasn't too salty and had a good balBODFPGTFBXFFE UPGVBOEHSFFOPOJPOT ance of seaweed, tofu and green onions. 4IFBMTPTBJEUIFQPSUJPOTJ[FXBTCJH TP She also said the portion size was big, so UXPDPVMETIBSF two could share. 5IFPUIFSDPXPSLFSOPUFEUIBUUIF The other co-worker noted that the UFSJZBLJDIJDLFOXBTMJHIUBOEnBWPSGVM teriyaki chicken was light and flavorful. )FMJLFEUIBUUIFTUJDLZSJDFBOEUIFGSFTI He liked that the sticky rice and the fresh WFHFUBCMFToDSVODIZDBSSPUTBOETISFET vegetables - crunchy carrots and shreds PGMFUUVDFoXFSFOPUPWFSQPXFSFECZB of lettuce - were not overpowered by a IFBWZTBVDF heavy sauce.

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BDFZ$BTUSPJTBDIBNQJPO BMCFJUB acey Castro is a champion, albeit a WFSZTQFDJBMJ[FELJOEPGDIBNQJPO very specialized kind of champion. $BTUSP  XBTDPXJOOFSPGUIF Castro, 30, was co-winner of the 2009 /PSUI"NFSJDBO8JGF$BSSZJOH$IBNQJPO North American Wife Carrying ChampionTIJQ ship. "TUIFXJGF JUXBT$BTUSPTKPCUPLFFQ As the wife, it was Castro's job to keep BmSNHSBTQPOIFSIVTCBOE %BWF XIJMF a firm grasp on her husband, Dave, while IFSBOBZBSEPCTUBDMFDPVSTFVQIJMMT  he ran a 278-yard obstacle course up hills, BDSPTTMPHT UISPVHINVEBOETBOE BOE across logs, through mud and sand, and JOUPXBUFS into water. BVSabOTT]T5=O\]\g[]caZgaO[^ZSa[SOZaT]` The staff of GO anonymously samples meals for 8IJMFIFSIVTCBOESBO UIFQPVOE While her husband ran, the 97-pound OP]cb about $10. $BTUSPXBTPOIJTCBDL XJUIIFSIFBE Castro was on his back, with her head EPXOCZIJTXBJTU down by his waist BOEIFSMFHTPWFSIJT and her legs over his GREENHUTGALLERIESCOM TIPVMEFST 5IFQPTJ shoulders. (The posi-ACPAGE,,# 3OUTH0ORTLANDh,ANDSCAPES v Macpage LLC, South Portland: "Landscapes," 20 UJPOJOXJGFDBSSZJOH tion in wife-carrying LOCALARTISTSINVARIOUSMEDIA THROUGH/CT local artists in various media, through Oct. 19. QBSMBODFJTLOPXOBT parlance is known as MACPAGECOM Continued from Page E18 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3& the Estonian, by the UIF&TUPOJBO CZUIF North Yarmouth Academy (Curtis Gallery), .ORTH9ARMOUTH!CADEMY#URTIS'ALLERY XBZ  way.) p.m. Saturday. Through Oct. 21. PM3ATURDAY4HROUGH/CT 9ARMOUTH3USAN-YER2ILEYAND4RAVIS2OY Yarmouth: Susan Myer Riley and Travis Roy, *UTBVOJRVFXBZUP It's a unique way to race to sa the "Falling for Color," work by Martha Baum, Neil h&ALLINGFOR#OLOR vWORKBY-ARTHA"AUM .EIL THROUGH/CT  through Oct. 31.847-5423. SVOBSBDF UPTBZUIF Myrick, Diana Johnson, Marcia Feller and Anne -YRICK $IANA*OHNSON -ARCIA&ELLERAND!NNE (AWK2IDGE&ARM 0OWNALh!UTUMN vSCULPTURE Hawk Ridge Farm, Pownal: "Autumn," sculpture MFBTU least. Tarbox, Yarmouth Frame Shop and Gallery. 4ARBOX 9ARMOUTH&RAME3HOPAND'ALLERY BY.EW%NGLANDARTISTS THROUGH-ONDAY by 26 New England artists, through Monday. 4PIPXEPFTPOF So how does one Opening YARMOUTHFRAMESHOPANDGALLERYCOM/PENING JUNELACOMBESCULPTURECOM CFDPNFBDIBNQJPOBU become a champion at reception, 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday. Through Dec. 8. RECEPTION TOPM3ATURDAY4HROUGH$EC #OLEMAN"URKE'ALLERY&ORT!NDROSS Coleman Burke Gallery (Fort Andross), CFJOHDBSSJFEVQTJEF being carried upside h6ANGUARD vAVANT GARDE EXPERIMENTALAND "Vanguard," avant-garde, experimental and Brunswick: Ar lee Wood worth, "Paint," through "RUNSWICK!RLEE7OODWORTH h0AINT vTHROUGH EPXOCZPOFTIVTCBOEXIJMFXBUFSBOE down by one's husband while water and innovative works by nine Maine artists, University &RIDAYCOLEMANBURKECOM INNOVATIVEWORKSBYNINE-AINEARTISTS 5NIVERSITY Friday, NVEBOEHSPVOEBOESPDLTBSFXIJ[[JOH mud and ground and rocks are whizzing OF.EW%NGLAND!RT'ALLERY 0ORTLANDUNEEDU of New England (Art Gallery), Portland, Icon Contemporary Art, Brunswick: Jeff Keller, )CON#ONTEMPORARY!RT "RUNSWICK*EFF+ELLER by one's head in a blur? CZPOFTIFBEJOBCMVS ARTGALLERY/PENS/CT4HROUGH$EC artgallery. Opens Oct. 11. Through Dec. 10. "Prospect," through Oct. 13. 725-8157. h0ROSPECT vTHROUGH/CT  i.ZPOMZBEWJDFJT OPNBUUFSXIBUIBQ "My only advice is, no matter what hapCoastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Boothbay: "On #OASTAL-AINE"OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAYh/N pens, hold on," said Castro, of Alfred. "It QFOT IPMEPO wTBJE$BTUSP PG"MGSFEi*U CONTINUING #/.4).5).' the Wing," sculpture exhibition and sale, through THE7ING vSCULPTUREEXHIBITIONANDSALE THROUGH BMXBZTHPFTCZGBTUFSUIBO*UIJOLJUXJMMw always goes by faster than I think it will." Monday, -ONDAYMAINEGARDENSORG 'REENHUT'ALLERIES 0ORTLAND*4HOMAS Greenhut Galleries, Portland: J. Thomas Castro had so much fun, she's ready to $BTUSPIBETPNVDIGVO TIFTSFBEZUP R. Higgins, "Paint and Perception: A 2(IGGINS h0AINTAND0ERCEPTION! be carried upside down again. She and CFDBSSJFEVQTJEFEPXOBHBJO4IFBOE Retrospective Exhibition," through Wednesday. 2ETROSPECTIVE%XHIBITION vTHROUGH7EDNESDAY Please see ART, PageE27 Gc\Xj\j\\/@BGX^\<). her husband will be one of the 52 couples IFSIVTCBOEXJMMCFPOFPGUIFDPVQMFT competing Saturday in the 2012 North DPNQFUJOH4BUVSEBZJOUIF/PSUI American Wife Carrying Championship at "NFSJDBO8JGF$BSSZJOH$IBNQJPOTIJQBU the Sunday River ski area. UIF4VOEBZ3JWFSTLJBSFB The event is part of Sunday River's fall 5IFFWFOUJTQBSUPG4VOEBZ3JWFSTGBMM festival, and is free to spectators. The GFTUJWBM BOEJTGSFFUPTQFDUBUPST5IF competitive field is full for this year, but if DPNQFUJUJWFmFMEJTGVMMGPSUIJTZFBS CVUJG you want to try your hand at wife carrying, ZPVXBOUUPUSZZPVSIBOEBUXJGFDBSSZJOH  check it out this year as a spectator and DIFDLJUPVUUIJTZFBSBTBTQFDUBUPSBOE sign up for next year. TJHOVQGPSOFYUZFBS The couples run in heats, with winning 5IFDPVQMFTSVOJOIFBUT XJUIXJOOJOH times usually less than a minute. The winUJNFTVTVBMMZMFTTUIBOBNJOVUF5IFXJO ning couple gets the wife's weight in beer OJOHDPVQMFHFUTUIFXJGFTXFJHIUJOCFFS and five times her weight in cash. For the BOEmWFUJNFTIFSXFJHIUJODBTI'PSUIF Castros, that turned out to be six cases of $BTUSPT UIBUUVSOFEPVUUPCFTJYDBTFTPG Bud Light and a little under $500. #VE-JHIUBOEBMJUUMFVOEFS The wife carrying championships have 5IFXJGFDBSSZJOHDIBNQJPOTIJQTIBWF been a huge crowd favorite at Sunday CFFOBIVHFDSPXEGBWPSJUFBU4VOEBZ River for the past decade or so. The event 3JWFSGPSUIFQBTUEFDBEFPSTP5IFFWFOU began after somebody pointed out to the CFHBOBGUFSTPNFCPEZQPJOUFEPVUUPUIF folks at Sunday River that there was such GPMLTBU4VOEBZ3JWFSUIBUUIFSFXBTTVDI a thing as wife carrying contests, and that BUIJOHBTXJGFDBSSZJOHDPOUFTUT BOEUIBU the world championships are held yearly UIFXPSMEDIBNQJPOTIJQTBSFIFMEZFBSMZ in Finland, where the sport originated. JO'JOMBOE XIFSFUIFTQPSUPSJHJOBUFE Wife carrying in Finnish folklore is 8JGFDBSSZJOHJO'JOOJTIGPMLMPSFJT 0GY/CKPG6KOGU traced to a 19th-century character, USBDFEUPBUIDFOUVSZDIBSBDUFS  Rankainen the Robber, who is said to have 3BOLBJOFOUIF3PCCFS XIPJTTBJEUPIBWF tested out his henchmen's strength and UFTUFEPVUIJTIFODINFOTTUSFOHUIBOE endurance by making them run a course FOEVSBODFCZNBLJOHUIFNSVOBDPVSTF with a heavy sack on their backs. Throw in XJUIBIFBWZTBDLPOUIFJSCBDLT5ISPXJO the fact that this robber band supposedly UIFGBDUUIBUUIJTSPCCFSCBOETVQQPTFEMZ stole women from neighboring villages, TUPMFXPNFOGSPNOFJHICPSJOHWJMMBHFT  and you've got the basis for modern wife BOEZPVWFHPUUIFCBTJTGPSNPEFSOXJGF carrying. DBSSZJOH And although the word "wife" is used, "OEBMUIPVHIUIFXPSEiXJGFwJTVTFE  it's not a technical requirement. Couples JUTOPUBUFDIOJDBMSFRVJSFNFOU$PVQMFT competing can be unmarried. Heck, they DPNQFUJOHDBOCFVONBSSJFE)FDL UIFZ q$PHULFDpV)RUHPRVW6XPPHU7KHDWUHr don't even have to date. 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Dave and Lacey Castro return to the 2OdSO\R:OQSg1Oab`]`Sbc`\b]bVS scene of their triumph, shown here. aQS\S]TbVSW`b`Wc[^VaV]e\VS`S woman can carry the man, if that seems XPNBODBODBSSZUIFNBO JGUIBUTFFNT UPCFUIFCFTUBSSBOHFNFOU to be the best arrangement. In the Castros' case, it wouldn't be. *OUIF$BTUSPTDBTF JUXPVMEOUCF -BDFZJTBCPVUGFFUUBMMBOEXFJHIT Lacey is about 5 feet tall and weighs 97 pounds. Dave is about 5-feet-10, but is a QPVOET%BWFJTBCPVUGFFU CVUJTB 614ESJWFS8IJDINFBOTIFTJOHPPE UPS driver. Which means he's in good physical shape and is used to a lot of runQIZTJDBMTIBQFBOEJTVTFEUPBMPUPGSVO ning. OJOH "He's just a really competitive person i)FTKVTUBSFBMMZDPNQFUJUJWFQFSTPO too," said Castro. "So when we heard UPP wTBJE$BTUSPi4PXIFOXFIFBSE about this, we thought it was something BCPVUUIJT XFUIPVHIUJUXBTTPNFUIJOH we'd like to try." XFEMJLFUPUSZw The Castros have also tried various 5IF$BTUSPTIBWFBMTPUSJFEWBSJPVT racing positions - piggyback and the SBDJOHQPTJUJPOToQJHHZCBDLBOEUIF fireman's carry, for instance. But the EsmSFNBOTDBSSZ GPSJOTUBODF#VUUIF&T tonian (no one's quite sure why it's called UPOJBO OPPOFTRVJUFTVSFXIZJUTDBMMFE that) seems to work best. In fact, the folks UIBU TFFNTUPXPSLCFTU*OGBDU UIFGPMLT at Sunday River said every couple who BU4VOEBZ3JWFSTBJEFWFSZDPVQMFXIP has won the championship has used the IBTXPOUIFDIBNQJPOTIJQIBTVTFEUIF Estonian. &TUPOJBO "For us, there's something about the i'PSVT UIFSFTTPNFUIJOHBCPVUUIF weight distribution that works best," said XFJHIUEJTUSJCVUJPOUIBUXPSLTCFTU wTBJE Castro. $BTUSP After winning the North American "GUFSXJOOJOHUIF/PSUI"NFSJDBO title, Castro and her husband traveled to UJUMF $BTUSPBOEIFSIVTCBOEUSBWFMFEUP Finland to compete in the world champi'JOMBOEUPDPNQFUFJOUIFXPSMEDIBNQJ onship. But since the Fins invented the POTIJQ#VUTJODFUIF'JOTJOWFOUFEUIF sport, you'd figure they'd be good at it. TQPSU ZPVEmHVSFUIFZECFHPPEBUJU And you'd be right. The Castros came in "OEZPVECFSJHIU5IF$BTUSPTDBNFJO fifth. mGUI "We were very disappointed," said i8FXFSFWFSZEJTBQQPJOUFE wTBJE Castro. $BTUSP But on Saturday, she will be racing at #VUPO4BUVSEBZ TIFXJMMCFSBDJOHBU Sunday River with her husband, back on 4VOEBZ3JWFSXJUIIFSIVTCBOE CBDLPO familiar ground. GBNJMJBSHSPVOE She just hopes that the ground doesn't 4IFKVTUIPQFTUIBUUIFHSPVOEEPFTOU hit her in the head. IJUIFSJOUIFIFBE Staff Writer Ray Routhier can be AbOTTE`WbS`@Og@]cbVWS`QO\PS contacted at 791-6454 or at: Q]\bOQbSROb%'$"#"]`Ob( rrouthier@pressherald. com ``]cbVWS`.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

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4OURSOFTHE+ENNEBUNK7EDDING#AKE(OUSE Tours of the Kennebunk Wedding Cake House, benefit for Hunger Relief of York County, Wedding BENElTFOR(UNGER2ELIEFOF9ORK#OUNTY 7EDDING Cake House, Kennebunk. $10. 985-3700. 10 a.m. #AKE(OUSE +ENNEBUNK AM to 4 p.m. Thursday to Oct. 11. Through Oct. 15. TOPM4HURSDAYTO/CT4HROUGH/CT Falmouth Kitchen Tour, tour nine kitchens with &ALMOUTH+ITCHEN4OUR TOURNINEKITCHENSWITH COOKINGDEMOS TASTINGSANDSPECIALGUESTS cooking demos, tastings and special guestsbenefits Preble Street Resource Center; begins BENElTS0REBLE3TREET2ESOURCE#ENTERBEGINS at Falmouth Country Club. $25 in advance; $30 AT&ALMOUTH#OUNTRY#LUBINADVANCE day of tour; bring canned goods for donation. DAYOFTOURBRINGCANNEDGOODSFORDONATION Schedule at 10 a.m. to 3CHEDULEATFALMOUTHKITCHENTOURCOMAMTO 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday. PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY BeadforLife Sale, bead jewelry made from "EADFOR,IFE3ALE BEADJEWELRYMADEFROM recycled paper and shea butter products made in RECYCLEDPAPERANDSHEABUTTERPRODUCTSMADEIN Uganda; fundraiser for impoverished people living 5GANDAFUNDRAISERFORIMPOVERISHEDPEOPLELIVING in Uganda; Fisherman's Wharf Inn, Boothbay IN5GANDA&ISHERMANS7HARF)NN "OOTHBAY Harbor. 633-5090. 5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday; noon to (ARBOR TOPM&RIDAYNOONTO 5 p.m. Sunday. PM3UNDAY "Trust in Art," paint auction in support of local h4RUSTIN!RT vPAINTAUCTIONINSUPPORTOFLOCAL land preservation and art education, Atlantic Hall, LANDPRESERVATIONANDARTEDUCATION !TLANTIC(ALL Cape Porpoise. $20. 985-0985. Preview at 4 p.m., #APE0ORPOISE 0REVIEWATPM live auction at 5:30 p.m. Saturday. LIVEAUCTIONATPM3ATURDAY Freeport Kitchen Tour, self-guided tour of &REEPORT+ITCHEN4OUR SELF GUIDEDTOUROF kitchens; benefits Greater Portland Habitat KITCHENSBENElTS'REATER0ORTLAND(ABITAT for Humanity; begins at Freeport Community FOR(UMANITYBEGINSAT&REEPORT#OMMUNITY Services. $20. 847-5240. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 3ERVICES AMTOPM Saturday. 3ATURDAY Art at Marrett, silent auction of work by members !RTAT-ARRETT SILENTAUCTIONOFWORKBYMEMBERS of the Saco River Art League; benefits the Marrett OFTHE3ACO2IVER!RT,EAGUEBENElTSTHE-ARRETT House and Historic New England; Marrett House, (OUSEAND(ISTORIC.EW%NGLAND-ARRETT(OUSE Standish. 882-7169. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday; 3TANDISH AMTOPM3ATURDAY 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. AMTOPM3UNDAY Bug Light 5K, benefit for South Portland Land "UG,IGHT+ BENElTFOR3OUTH0ORTLAND,AND Trust, Bug Light Park, South Portland. $15 in 4RUST "UG,IGHT0ARK 3OUTH0ORTLANDIN advance; $20 day of run. 9 a.m. ADVANCEDAYOFRUNBUGLIGHTKCOMAM Sunday. 3UNDAY

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pressing, Savage Oaks Vineyard and Winery, PRESSING 3AVAGE/AKS6INEYARDAND7INERY Union, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 5NIONSAVAGEOAKESCOMAMTOPM Fall Foliage Festival, craft fair, food, music, &ALL&OLIAGE&ESTIVAL CRAFTFAIR FOOD MUSIC children's activities and train rides, Boothbay CHILDRENSACTIVITIESANDTRAINRIDES "OOTHBAY Railway Village. $5; free for ages 12 and under. 2AILWAY6ILLAGEFREEFORAGESANDUNDER 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday RAILWAYVILLAGEORGAMTOPM3ATURDAY and Sunday. AND3UNDAY FRIDAY &2)$!9 Fall Foliage Weekend, music, wine tasting, Wife &ALL&OLIAGE7EEKEND MUSIC WINETASTING 7IFE Wine and Cheese Festival, with music, 7INEAND#HEESE&ESTIVAL WITHMUSIC Carrying Championship, Blue Mountain Arts and #ARRYING#HAMPIONSHIP "LUE-OUNTAIN!RTSAND entertainment and Maine products for sale, ENTERTAINMENTAND-AINEPRODUCTSFORSALE Crafts Fair and more, Sunday River, Newry. Most #RAFTS&AIRANDMORE 3UNDAY2IVER .EWRY-OST Smugglers Den Campground, Southwest Harbor. 3MUGGLERS$EN#AMPGROUND 3OUTHWEST(ARBOR events are free. Schedule at EVENTSAREFREE3CHEDULEATSUNDAYRIVERCOM $5 to $27. 4 to 7 p.m. TOACADIAOKTOBERFESTCOMTOPM Saturday and Sunday. 3ATURDAYAND3UNDAY Sugarloaf Homecoming Weekend, foliage views, 3UGARLOAF(OMECOMING7EEKEND FOLIAGEVIEWS Living History Days, wagon rides, cedar shake ,IVING(ISTORY$AYS WAGONRIDES CEDARSHAKE used ski equipment sale, uphill race, zipline USEDSKIEQUIPMENTSALE UPHILLRACE ZIPLINE making and cider pressing, Leonard's Mills MAKINGANDCIDERPRESSING ,EONARDS-ILLS tours and more, Sugarloaf, Carrabassett Valley. TOURSANDMORE 3UGARLOAF #ARRABASSETT6ALLEY Historic Settlement, Bradley. $8; $4 for children. (ISTORIC3ETTLEMENT "RADLEYFORCHILDREN Various prices. Schedule at Friday 6ARIOUSPRICES3CHEDULEATSUGARLOAFCOM&RIDAY 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday LEONARDSMILLSCOMAMTOPM3ATURDAY to Sunday. TO3UNDAY and Sunday. AND3UNDAY Rangeley Oktoberfest, food, beer and 2ANGELEY/KTOBERFEST FOOD BEERAND Foreign Auto Festival, more than 150 antique &OREIGN!UTO&ESTIVAL MORETHANANTIQUE entertainment, various venues, Rangeley. Schedule AUTOMOBILESFROMAROUNDTHEWORLD /WLS(EAD ENTERTAINMENT VARIOUSVENUES 2ANGELEY3CHEDULE automobiles from around the world, Owls Head at Friday to Monday. ATRANGELEYOKTOBERFESTCOM&RIDAYTO-ONDAY Transportation Museum. $12; free for ages 18 4RANSPORTATION-USEUMFREEFORAGES and under. 594-4418. Gates open at 9:30 a.m. ANDUNDER 'ATESOPENATAM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Saturday and Sunday. 3ATURDAYAND3UNDAY Acadia Oktoberfest, brewfest with music, !CADIA/KTOBERFEST BREWFESTWITHMUSIC entertainment and Maine products for sale, ENTERTAINMENTAND-AINEPRODUCTSFORSALE SPECIAL EVENTS N30%#)!,%6%.43 Smugglers Den Campground, Southwest Harbor. 3MUGGLERS$EN#AMPGROUND 3OUTHWEST(ARBOR $10; $30 VIP. Noon to 6 6)0ACADIAOKTOBERFESTCOM.OONTO FRIDAY &2)$!9 p.m. PM "Beautiful Possibility" and "Limitless Range," h"EAUTIFUL0OSSIBILITYvANDh,IMITLESS2ANGE v Manchester Apple Festival, pancake breakfast, -ANCHESTER!PPLE&ESTIVAL PANCAKEBREAKFAST exhibition openings with performances by Black EXHIBITIONOPENINGSWITHPERFORMANCESBY"LACK 5K race, games, music and craft fair, Lakeside +RACE GAMES MUSICANDCRAFTFAIR ,AKESIDE Pus, Video Nasties, Stolen Temple Pileup and 0US 6IDEO.ASTIES 3TOLEN4EMPLE0ILEUPAND Orchards, Manchester. Most events are free. /RCHARDS -ANCHESTER-OSTEVENTSAREFREE the Limitless Rangers, all ages; Space Gallery, THE,IMITLESS2ANGERS ALLAGES3PACE'ALLERY 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. MANCHESTERAPPLEFESTIVALCOMAMTOPM Portland. Free, 5 p.m.; music at 0ORTLAND&REESPACEORGPMMUSICAT Ethiopian and Eritrean Festival, traditional food, %THIOPIANAND%RITREAN&ESTIVAL TRADITIONALFOOD 8:30 p.m. PM music and costumes, Trinity Lutheran Church, MUSICANDCOSTUMES 4RINITY,UTHERAN#HURCH "Suite Limpet," theatrical site-specific installation h3UITE,IMPET vTHEATRICALSITE SPECIlCINSTALLATION Westbrook. Free, 11 a.m. 7ESTBROOK&REETRINITYWESTBROOKCOMAM piece using sculpture, performance, music and PIECEUSINGSCULPTURE PERFORMANCE MUSICAND to 2 p.m. TOPM science, Otter Creek Hall, Mount Desert Island. SCIENCE /TTER#REEK(ALL -OUNT$ESERT)SLAND Annual Harvest and Craft Fair, crafters and !NNUAL(ARVESTAND#RAFT&AIR CRAFTERSAND $9 to $14; reservations required, limpet.brown TORESERVATIONSREQUIREDLIMPETBROWN artisans, theme baskets, silent auction, bakery and PAPERTICKETSCOMPM&RIDAYTO3UNDAY ARTISANS THEMEBASKETS SILENTAUCTION BAKERYAND 5:45 p.m. Friday to Sunday. a 50/50 raffle, Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, ARAFmE )MMACULATE(EARTOF-ARY0ARISH Auburn. 783-9608. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. SATURDAY !UBURN AMTOPM 3!452$!9 Savage Oakes Winery Annual Harvest Festival, 3AVAGE/AKES7INERY!NNUAL(ARVEST&ESTIVAL Apple Saturdays, cider and doughnut sale, guided !PPLE3ATURDAYS CIDERANDDOUGHNUTSALE GUIDED grape picking, hayrides, grape crushing and GRAPEPICKING HAYRIDES GRAPECRUSHINGAND nature hike, cider pressing and demonstrations of NATUREHIKE CIDERPRESSINGANDDEMONSTRATIONSOF

weaving and embroidery, Sabbathday Lake Shaker WEAVINGANDEMBROIDERY 3ABBATHDAY,AKE3HAKER Village, New Gloucester. Free. 926-4597. 10 a.m. 6ILLAGE .EW'LOUCESTER&REE AM Transit Day, ride on a New York City subway train 4RANSIT$AY RIDEONA.EW9ORK#ITYSUBWAYTRAIN or an elevated train from Boston, Seashore Trolley ORANELEVATEDTRAINFROM"OSTON 3EASHORE4ROLLEY Museum, Kennebunkport. $7.50 to $10; free for -USEUM +ENNEBUNKPORTTOFREEFOR ages 5 and under, 10 a.m. to AGESANDUNDERTROLLEYMUSEUMORGAMTO 5 p.m. PM "Star Wars" Reads Day, celebration of reading h3TAR7ARSv2EADS$AY CELEBRATIONOFREADING and "Star Wars" with "Star Wars"-related books, ANDh3TAR7ARSvWITHh3TAR7ARSv RELATEDBOOKS crafts, costume contest and trivia contest, CRAFTS COSTUMECONTESTANDTRIVIACONTEST Callahan Hall, Lewiston Public Library. Free. 513#ALLAHAN(ALL ,EWISTON0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE 3135. 1 to 3 p.m. TOPM "Play Me a Story," interactive theater performance h0LAY-EA3TORY vINTERACTIVETHEATERPERFORMANCE and workshop for ages 4 to 10, Portland Stage ANDWORKSHOPFORAGESTO 0ORTLAND3TAGE Company. $15. "Scary vs. #OMPANYPORTLANDSTAGEORGh3CARYVS Silly," 10:30 a.m. 3ILLY vAM SUNDAY 35.$!9 13th Annual Great Western Maine Chili CookTH!NNUAL'REAT7ESTERN-AINE#HILI#OOK Off, proceeds support the Tony Waldeier /FF PROCEEDSSUPPORTTHE4ONY7ALDEIER Scholarship Fund, Town Green, Waterford. $5. 3CHOLARSHIP&UND 4OWN'REEN 7ATERFORD Noon to 2 p.m. MAINELAKESCHAMBERCOM.OONTOPM Open Creamery Day, visit Maine cheesemakers, /PEN#REAMERY$AY VISIT-AINECHEESEMAKERS meet the animals and learn about more than 150 MEETTHEANIMALSANDLEARNABOUTMORETHAN artisan cheeses, statewide. Free. Locations at ARTISANCHEESES STATEWIDE&REE,OCATIONSAT 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. MAINECHEESEGUILDORGAMTOPM 37th Annual Pettengill Farm Day, music, TH!NNUAL0ETTENGILL&ARM$AY MUSIC entertainment, poetry reading, wood-carving ENTERTAINMENT POETRYREADING WOOD CARVING demonstrations, orchard strolls and more, DEMONSTRATIONS ORCHARDSTROLLSANDMORE Pettengill Farm, Freeport. $5; $2 for children. 8650ETTENGILL&ARM &REEPORTFORCHILDREN 3170. 10a.m. to 3 p.m. AMTOPM Coin and Stamp Show, Knights of Columbus Hall, #OINAND3TAMP3HOW +NIGHTSOF#OLUMBUS(ALL Brunswick. Free admission. 721-7872. 9 a.m. to "RUNSWICK&REEADMISSION AMTO 2:30 p.m. PM Shape Note Singing, four-part singing tradition 3HAPE.OTE3INGING FOUR PARTSINGINGTRADITION also known as Sacred Harp, everyone welcome to ALSOKNOWNAS3ACRED(ARP EVERYONEWELCOMETO participate, The New Church, Portland. Donation. PARTICIPATE 4HE.EW#HURCH 0ORTLAND$ONATION 216-3890. 1 to 4 p.m.  TOPM Fall Foliage Walk, guided walk with Eileen &ALL&OLIAGE7ALK GUIDEDWALKWITH%ILEEN Willard, Laudholm Farm Reserve, Wells. $7. 7ILLARD ,AUDHOLM&ARM2ESERVE 7ELLS 10 a.m. to noon. WELLSRESERVEORGAMTONOON

BOOKS/AUTHORS N"//+3!54(/23 Martin Goldman, author of "And I From -ARTIN'OLDMAN AUTHOROFh!ND)&ROM Bohemia," York Public Library, 7 "OHEMIA v9ORK0UBLIC,IBRARYYORKLIBMEUS p.m. Thursday. PM4HURSDAY Ty Drago, author of "Undertakers: Rise 4Y$RAGO AUTHOROFh5NDERTAKERS2ISE of the Corpses," Portland Public Library. OFTHE#ORPSES v0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY 1 p.m. Thursday. PORTLANDLIBRARYCOMPM4HURSDAY Kate Flora, author of "Redemption," Lithgow +ATE&LORA AUTHOROFh2EDEMPTION v,ITHGOW Public Library, Augusta, 0UBLIC,IBRARY !UGUSTAWWWLITHGOWLIBMEUS 6:30 p.m. Thursday. PM4HURSDAY Robert Atkinson, author of "Mystic 2OBERT!TKINSON AUTHOROFh-YSTIC Journey: Getting to the Heart of Your *OURNEY'ETTINGTOTHE(EARTOF9OUR Soul's Story," Longfellow Books, Portland. 3OULS3TORY v,ONGFELLOW"OOKS 0ORTLAND 7 p.m. Thursday. LONGFELLOWBOOKSCOMPM4HURSDAY LenoraTrussel, author of "Circling the Drain," ,ENORA4RUSSEL AUTHOROFh#IRCLINGTHE$RAIN v Falmouth Memorial Library, &ALMOUTH-EMORIAL,IBRARYFALMOUTHLIBMEUS 2:30 p.m. Friday. PM&RIDAY Scott Nash, author of "The High Skies Adventure 3COTT.ASH AUTHOROFh4HE(IGH3KIES!DVENTURE of Blue Jay the Pirate," Longfellow Books, OF"LUE*AYTHE0IRATE v,ONGFELLOW"OOKS Portland, 7 p.m. Friday. 0ORTLANDLONGFELLOWBOOKSCOMPM&RIDAY Harriet Schultz, author of "Legacy of the (ARRIET3CHULTZ AUTHOROFh,EGACYOFTHE Highlands," Falmouth Memorial Library. (IGHLANDS v&ALMOUTH-EMORIAL,IBRARY Noon Tuesday. WWWFALMOUTHLIBMEUS.OON4UESDAY Scott Ezell, poetry reading and discussion, 3COTT%ZELL POETRYREADINGANDDISCUSSION College of the Atlantic (McCormick Lecture Hall), #OLLEGEOFTHE!TLANTIC-C#ORMICK,ECTURE(ALL Bar Harbor. 288-5015. 4:10 p.m. Tuesday. "AR(ARBOR PM4UESDAY Maine Organization of Storytelling Enthusiasts -AINE/RGANIZATIONOF3TORYTELLING%NTHUSIASTS (M.O.O.S.E.), evening of storytelling for adults -//3% EVENINGOFSTORYTELLINGFORADULTS with featured teller Karen Chase, Portland Public WITHFEATUREDTELLER+AREN#HASE 0ORTLAND0UBLIC Library. $5/donation. 7 ,IBRARYDONATIONMOOSETELLERSNINGCOM p.m. Wednesday. PM7EDNESDAY Paul Doiron, author of "The Poacher's Son" and 0AUL$OIRON AUTHOROFh4HE0OACHERS3ONvAND "Bad Little Falls," Lithgow Public Library, Augusta. h"AD,ITTLE&ALLS v,ITHGOW0UBLIC,IBRARY !UGUSTA 6:30 p.m. Oct. 11. WWWLITHGOWLIBMEUSPM/CT Andrew Zolli, author of "Resilience," Camden !NDREW:OLLI AUTHOROFh2ESILIENCE v#AMDEN Public Library. 236-3440. 7 p.m. Oct. 11. 0UBLIC,IBRARY PM/CT

PARTICIPANT DANCE N0!24)#)0!.4$!.#% Greater Portland Community Contra Dance 'REATER0ORTLAND#OMMUNITY#ONTRA$ANCE Series, live music by Rock the Boat with guest 3ERIES LIVEMUSICBY2OCKTHE"OATWITHGUEST caller, Falmouth Congregational Church. $10; CALLER &ALMOUTH#ONGREGATIONAL#HURCH $7 for ages 13 to 20; $5 for ages 5 to 12; free for FORAGESTOFORAGESTOFREEFOR children under age 5. 358-9354. Lessons at 7:15 CHILDRENUNDERAGE ,ESSONSAT p.m.; dance at 8 p.m. Saturday. PMDANCEATPM3ATURDAY


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"Faith Healer" is the story of Âľ4OWbV6SOZS`ÂśWabVSab]`g]T traveling faith healer Frank Hardy, b`OdSZW\UTOWbVVSOZS`4`O\Y6O`Rg his wife, Grace, and his manager, VWaeWTS5`OQSO\RVWa[O\OUS` Teddy. The trio move through BSRRgBVSb`W][]dSbV`]cUV remote towns of the British Isles, `S[]bSb]e\a]TbVS0`WbWaV7aZSa where Frank attempts to heal eVS`S4`O\YObbS[^bab]VSOZ those ailing in his path. Themes bV]aSOWZW\UW\VWa^ObVBVS[Sa of art and belief are explored. The ]TO`bO\RPSZWSTO`SSf^Z]`SRBVS show runs through Oct. 21. aV]e`c\abV`]cUV=Qb 

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DaPonte String ;XGfek\Jki`e^ Quartet HlXik\k The DaPonte String Quartet BVS2O>]\bSAb`W\U?cO`bSb performs the annual Leaf Peeper ^S`T]`[abVSO\\cOZ:SOT>SS^S` Concert in Boothbay. You'll hear 1]\QS`bW\0]]bVPOgG]c¸ZZVSO` pieces by Franz Joseph Haydn, ^WSQSaPg4`O\h8]aS^V6OgR\ Fanny Mendelssohn and Wolfgang 4O\\g;S\RSZaa]V\O\RE]ZTUO\U Amadeus Mozart. /[ORSca;]hO`b

Florence Lacey =cfi\eZ\CXZ\p Spend an evening with Broadway A^S\RO\SdS\W\UeWbV0`]OReOg star Florence Lacey, who has perabO`4Z]`S\QS:OQSgeV]VOa^S` formed in productions including T]`[SRW\^`]RcQbW]\aW\QZcRW\U "The Grand Tour," "Hello Dolly," µBVS5`O\RB]c`¶µ6SZZ]2]ZZg¶ "Les Miserables" and "Evita." µ:Sa;WaS`OPZSa¶O\Rµ3dWbO¶ You'll hear interviews, stories and G]c¸ZZVSO`W\bS`dWSeaab]`WSaO\R songs, including "Send in the a]\UaW\QZcRW\UµAS\RW\bVS Clowns," "I Dreamed a Dream" 1Z]e\a¶µ72`SO[SRO2`SO[¶ and "Don't Cry For Me ArgenO\Rµ2]\¸b1`g4]`;S/`US\ tina." An additional performance bW\O¶/\ORRWbW]\OZ^S`T]`[O\QS happens at 2^[Ac\ROg p.m. Sunday. VO^^S\aOb

Artist John Whalley's paintings /`bWab8]V\EVOZZSg¸a^OW\bW\Ua and drawings invoke the tradiO\RR`OeW\UaW\d]YSbVSb`ORW tions of American realism and bW]\a]T/[S`WQO\`SOZWa[O\R those of the Dutch masters, while bV]aS]TbVS2cbQV[OabS`aeVWZS also creating their own distinct OZa]Q`SObW\UbVSW`]e\RWabW\Qb signature. "World of Wonders" aWU\Obc`SµE]`ZR]TE]\RS`a¶ hangs in Portland through VO\UaW\>]`bZO\RbV`]cUV Oct. =Qb 27. % WHEN: 5 to 7 p.m. E63<(#b]%^[ WHERE: Greenhut E63@3(5`SS\Vcb Galleries, 146 Middle St., 5OZZS`WSa"$;WRRZSAb Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: Free; 6=E;C16(4`SS) greenhutga/leries. com U`SS\VcbUOZZS`WSaQ][

WHEN: 2:30 p.m. E63<( (!^[ WHERE: Coastal Maine E63@3(1]OabOZ;OW\S Botanical Gardens, Barters 0]bO\WQOZ5O`RS\a0O`bS`a Island Road, Boothbay 7aZO\R@]OR0]]bVPOg HOW MUCH: $25; 6=E;C16( #) mainegardens. org [OW\SUO`RS\a]`U

WHEN: 7:30 p.m. E63<(%(!^[ WHERE: St. Lawrence Arts E63@3(Ab:Oe`S\QS/`ba Center, 76 Congress St., 1S\bS`%$1]\U`SaaAb Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $30; 6=E;C16(!) goodtheater. com U]]RbVSObS`Q][



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WHEN: 9 p.m. E63<('^[ WHERE: Asylum, E63@3(/agZc[ Center St., Portland 121 1S\bS`Ab>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $15; 21-plus; 6=E;C16(#) ^Zca) portlandasylum. com ^]`bZO\ROagZc[Q][

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Blues come to Rockland with a 0ZcSaQ][Sb]@]QYZO\ReWbVO show by the Lydia Warren Band. aV]ePgbVS:gRWOEO``S\0O\R Warren's a singer, songwriter and EO``S\¸aOaW\US`a]\Ue`WbS`O\R guitarist out of Boston, and she UcWbO`Wab]cb]T0]ab]\O\RaVS and her band have every intenO\RVS`PO\RVOdSSdS`gW\bS\ tion of turning Monday night on bW]\]Tbc`\W\U;]\ROg\WUVb]\ its head. WbaVSOR

Artist Barbara Bean displays /`bWab0O`PO`O0SO\RWa^ZOga work inspired by her walks e]`YW\a^W`SRPgVS`eOZYa through Maine bogs with the exbV`]cUV;OW\SP]UaeWbVbVSSf hibit "Maine Botanicals." Through VWPWbÂľ;OW\S0]bO\WQOZaÂśBV`]cUV Oct. 30, see her prismacolor =Qb!aSSVS`^`Wa[OQ]Z]` drawings and monoprints of R`OeW\UaO\R[]\]^`W\ba]T Maine's flora. ;OW\S¸aĂ&#x20AC;]`O

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“Saltimbanco” is Cirque du Soleil’s longest-running touring show, and the one the company likes to use to introduce itself to new markets. It’s the company’s calling card, and the show around which the company has built its reputation for the past 20 years. “We’re known all around the world, except in Maine,” Vadivel said. “We’ve opened up more than 150 new markets with this show. It is the show for us that has opened the door for all the other shows to come afterward.” Saltimbanco literally means “to jump on a bench.” It explores life in the city – the people who live there, the energy of the street and the allure of tall buildings. The show does not tell a story per se, Vadivel said, but instead weaves a tale built on allegory and physicality. It feels baroque, dreamlike and fanciful. “Saltimbanco” lasts about 21⁄2 hours and is divided into three primary acts, including Chinese poles, the Russian swing, and bungee and trapeze aerials. Along with those three acts, the show includes many more small vignettes that occur throughout the evening. There is plenty of audience interaction, and the cast has room to improvise. “At any given time, there may be two performers on stage or up to 40 or 50. There is a lot of layering and texturing with our shows,” Vadivel said. “There is always something going on, little quiet moments and bold acts of theatricality.” The set is huge. It will encompass about half of the civic center, leaving each show with a seating capacity of 3,200. The civic center is one of the smallest venues in which Cirque du Soleil has performed in quite some time, Vadivel said.

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college freshman is cajoled into joining the school’s all-girl singing group. Showing at: Windham 5 Star Fri 4:10, 7, 9:25 Sat 1, 4:10, 7, 9:25 Sun-Mon 4:10, 7 Tues-Wed 4:10, 7; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Fri-Wed 11:50, 2:20, 4:50, 7:20, 9:50; Cinemagic Saco Fri-Wed 12, 2:25, 4:50, 7:15, 9:40; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 12:20, 3:20, 7, 9:40 Fri-Wed 12:20, 3:20, 6:40, 9:20 “PARANORMAN” (PG) (1:33) Stars Kodi Smit-McPhee, Anna Kendrick, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Tucker Albrizzi. Directed by Chris Butler and Sam Fell. A misunderstood boy who can speak with the dead takes on ghosts, zombies and grown-ups to save his town from a centuries-old curse. Showing at: Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 2:20, 4:40, 7:10 “THE POSSESSION” (PG-13) (1:32) Stars Natasha Calis, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Kyra Sedgwick and Jay Brazeau. Directed by Ole Bornedal. A young girl buys an antique box at a yard sale, unaware that inside the collectible lives a malicious ancient spirit. The girl’s father teams with his ex-wife to find a way to end the curse. Showing at: Cinemagic Saco Thurs 12:10, 2:20, 4:30, 7:15, 9:20 Fri-Wed 12:10, 2:20, 7:05 “RESIDENT EVIL: RETRIBUTION” (R) (1:35) Stars Milla Jovovich, Sienna Guillory, Michelle Rodriguez and Aryana Engineer. Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson. Alice fights alongside a resistance movement in the continuing battle against the Umbrella Corporation and the undead. Showing at: Cinemagic Saco Thurs (all IMAX) 12, 2:15, 4:30, 7:10, 9:20 Fri-Wed 4:30, 9:20; Cinemagic Westbrook

As artistic director, it is Vadivel’s job to safeguard the spirit and vision of the show, despite the infusion of new performers. Each performer brings a different set of skills, and Cirque du Soleil likes to allow each to express himself or herself. But it’s important that the structure of the show remains intact, Vadivel said. Cirque du Soleil jobs are not easy to land. The company employs around 5,000 people, of whom about 1,400 are performing artists. It has about two dozen shows that tour around the world. Vadivel joined the company as a dancer. She grew up in Montreal, and was aware of Cirque du Soleil from a young age. She received her training in contemporary dance, and applied for a job with Cirque du Soleil. She waited three years for her call, and spent more than two years touring with the production “Dralion.” “I enjoyed the touring, and I was proud to be a part of the show,” she said. “It was fun performing for 3,000 people every night.” Staff Writer Bob Keyes can be contacted at 791-6457 or: Twitter: pphbkeyes



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Falmouth and neighboring Cumberland 'BMNPVUIBOEOFJHICPSJOH$VNCFSMBOE Foreside. Stationed in each kitchen will be 'PSFTJEF4UBUJPOFEJOFBDILJUDIFOXJMMCF a local chef or cookbook author offering BMPDBMDIFGPSDPPLCPPLBVUIPSPGGFSJOH tasty samples and cooking tips. The Gilbert UBTUZTBNQMFTBOEDPPLJOHUJQT5IF(JMCFSU kitchen will feature Jane St. Pierre of LJUDIFOXJMMGFBUVSF+BOF4U1JFSSFPG Kitchen & Cork. ,JUDIFO$PSL "It's a fun way to show real, working i*UTBGVOXBZUPTIPXSFBM XPSLJOH kitchens," Boyton said. LJUDIFOT w#PZUPOTBJE The kitchens were selected for the tour 5IFLJUDIFOTXFSFTFMFDUFEGPSUIFUPVS because of their pedigrees of being created CFDBVTFPGUIFJSQFEJHSFFTPGCFJOHDSFBUFE by the state's top designers and cabinetCZUIFTUBUFTUPQEFTJHOFSTBOEDBCJOFU makers and featuring the latest appliances, NBLFSTBOEGFBUVSJOHUIFMBUFTUBQQMJBODFT  lighting fixtures and materials. MJHIUJOHmYUVSFTBOENBUFSJBMT The Gilbert kitchen was designed by 5IF(JMCFSULJUDIFOXBTEFTJHOFECZ Deb Kingry of Simply Home. Kingry said %FC,JOHSZPG4JNQMZ)PNF,JOHSZTBJE she used touches such as antique white TIFVTFEUPVDIFTTVDIBTBOUJRVFXIJUF cabinetry from New World Kitchens with DBCJOFUSZGSPN/FX8PSME,JUDIFOTXJUI blue buffalo plaid curtains behind the glass CMVFCVGGBMPQMBJEDVSUBJOTCFIJOEUIFHMBTT fronts and a brick backsplash surrounding GSPOUTBOEBCSJDLCBDLTQMBTITVSSPVOEJOH the range to give the kitchen an inviting, UIFSBOHFUPHJWFUIFLJUDIFOBOJOWJUJOH  homey feel. IPNFZGFFM #VUTIFXPVMEOUDBMMJUBDPVOUSZLJUDIFO But she wouldn't call it a country kitchen. i*UGFFMTSFBMMZDPOUFNQPSBSZBOEGSFTI "It feels really contemporary and fresh BOETPQIJTUJDBUFE w,JOHSZTBJEi5IJT and sophisticated," Kingry said. "This IPVTFGFFMTWFSZDP[Z*UIJOLJUTHPJOHUP house feels very cozy. I think it's going to CFBGBOGBWPSJUF5IJTJTIPXFWFSZPOF be a fan favorite. This is how everyone wants to live." XBOUTUPMJWFw Gilbert said the kitchen's real charm is its (JMCFSUTBJEUIFLJUDIFOTSFBMDIBSNJTJUT functionality. The sun-drenched breakfast GVODUJPOBMJUZ5IFTVOESFODIFECSFBLGBTU room, enclosed by huge windows overSPPN FODMPTFECZIVHFXJOEPXTPWFS looking the pool and topped by a coffered MPPLJOHUIFQPPMBOEUPQQFECZBDPGGFSFE ceiling, is an integral and well-used part of DFJMJOH JTBOJOUFHSBMBOEXFMMVTFEQBSUPG the kitchen space. UIFLJUDIFOTQBDF "The kitchen originated with that nook," i5IFLJUDIFOPSJHJOBUFEXJUIUIBUOPPL w Gilbert said. (JMCFSUTBJE She's surprised by how well the mahoga4IFTTVSQSJTFECZIPXXFMMUIFNBIPHB ny countertops have held up, and continues OZDPVOUFSUPQTIBWFIFMEVQ BOEDPOUJOVFT to appreciate the cook-friendly features of UPBQQSFDJBUFUIFDPPLGSJFOEMZGFBUVSFTPG the range. UIFSBOHF "Especially during the holidays, you i&TQFDJBMMZEVSJOHUIFIPMJEBZT ZPV can have a roasting pan on the burners DBOIBWFBSPBTUJOHQBOPOUIFCVSOFST to make gravy and other things going at UPNBLFHSBWZBOEPUIFSUIJOHTHPJOHBU the same time," Gilbert said. "It comes in UIFTBNFUJNF w(JMCFSUTBJEi*UDPNFTJO handy to have the six burners." IBOEZUPIBWFUIFTJYCVSOFSTw The two ovens means she can roast a tur5IFUXPPWFOTNFBOTTIFDBOSPBTUBUVS key - 26 pounds is the largest she's cooked LFZoQPVOETJTUIFMBSHFTUTIFTDPPLFE in the bigger of the two ovens - while casJOUIFCJHHFSPGUIFUXPPWFOToXIJMFDBT seroles and pies cook in the other oven. TFSPMFTBOEQJFTDPPLJOUIFPUIFSPWFO In addition to the homes on the tour, well*OBEEJUJPOUPUIFIPNFTPOUIFUPVS XFMM known Maine food historian and author LOPXO.BJOFGPPEIJTUPSJBOBOEBVUIPS Sandy Oliver will deliver a talk at 9 a.m. 4BOEZ0MJWFSXJMMEFMJWFSBUBMLBUBN Saturday titled "17 Things You Need to 4BUVSEBZUJUMFEi5IJOHT:PV/FFEUP Know About Maine Food." This talk takes ,OPX"CPVU.BJOF'PPEw5IJTUBMLUBLFT place at the Falmouth Country Club, and QMBDFBUUIF'BMNPVUI$PVOUSZ$MVC BOE tickets can be purchased separately for UJDLFUTDBOCFQVSDIBTFETFQBSBUFMZGPS $10.  Boyton said it takes about three hours to #PZUPOTBJEJUUBLFTBCPVUUISFFIPVSTUP visit all the homes on the tour. Ticket-holdWJTJUBMMUIFIPNFTPOUIFUPVS5JDLFUIPME ers can opt to do it all in one day or split FSTDBOPQUUPEPJUBMMJOPOFEBZPSTQMJU their visits over the two days. UIFJSWJTJUTPWFSUIFUXPEBZT


:fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 Continued from Page E22 Gleason Fine Art, Boothbay Harbor: Philip Frey, 'LEASON&INE!RT "OOTHBAY(ARBOR0HILIP&REY "New Paintings," through Oct. 13. 633-6849. h.EW0AINTINGS vTHROUGH/CT  Gold/Smith Gallery, Boothbay Harbor: Laura 'OLD3MITH'ALLERY "OOTHBAY(ARBOR,AURA Bianchi, Tuscan Realist painter, through Tuesday. "IANCHI 4USCAN2EALISTPAINTER THROUGH4UESDAY 633-6252.   Pemaquid Art Gallery: Group show, through 0EMAQUID!RT'ALLERY'ROUPSHOW THROUGH Monday. 677-2752. -ONDAY  Engine, Biddeford Arts, Biddeford: "TheVinyl %NGINE "IDDEFORD!RTS "IDDEFORDh4HE6INYL Show," group show of recycled vinyl records, 3HOW vGROUPSHOWOFRECYCLEDVINYLRECORDS through Oct. 20. THROUGH/CTFEEDTHEENGINEORG York Art Association, York Harbor: "Works on 9ORK!RT!SSOCIATION 9ORK(ARBORh7ORKSON

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Weight Watchers, YCCC - Cooking demonstrations start 7EIGHT7ATCHERS 9###n#OOKINGDEMONSTRATIONSSTART Sunsweet Growers Inc. - Gift basket of dried fruit, nuts, etc. 3UNSWEET'ROWERS)NCn'IFTBASKETOFDRIEDFRUIT NUTS ETC 12:15 p.m. - Introduce and present PMn)NTRODUCEANDPRESENT Healthcare Hero Awards on stage (EALTHCARE(ERO!WARDSONSTAGE

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