Art Views – Concert Concert, Exciting Speeches, Music Festival, Art Exhibition – Desert Island

Concert by standard

Bar Harbor – The Southern Rock Band is once again playing at the Criterion Theater on Saturday, September 4, at 7 p.m. The band will present current and former members of the Legislature, Marshall Tucker, Dick Bets Band, Foghat, John Butcher Blues Project, and Southern. Rock all stars. For more information, visit criteriontheatre.org.

Rich MacDonald, with a device and a bicycle, rides a bird.
Photo of Island Island by Nina Gill

Bird Talking Online September 13

Bar Harbor – “Migration, Climate Change and Zero-Carbon Bird on ADI” sponsored by MDI Science Cafe on Monday, September 13, at 5:00 PM at an online MDI science cafe by orthodontist and naturalist Rich McDonald. MDI Biological Laboratory.

Last year, McDonald’s published the “Little Big Year – Chasing Akkadi Birds,” which represents the exploitation of birds in 2018 for each season. However, in the process of writing and meditating on the successful year, McDonald’s reviewed his daily travel records and was shocked to learn that he had driven 6,390 miles.

MacDonald now plans to write a book on birds, especially on global warming and climate change. In New Year’s Eve, he began using a bicycle, skis, and canoe instead of a car to cross the Hancock County. The McDonald’s Science Cafe explores the effects of climate change on birds by examining their experience with the local bird population.

Call 288-9880 for more information or visit www.mdibl.org.

Speech by the Beatrice Fars Association

Bar Harbor – The Beatrice Fellowship is hosting a talk on Friday, September 10, at 4 p.m. Speaker Dan Benarcik, a gardener at Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, Pa.

Born in Chanticleer Garden in 1993, Benark has been in charge of seasonal, sub-tropical and bidding for gardening. He is a public speaker and now serves as the regional director of the Garden Writers’ Association, now a garden com.

Introduction is $ 10 for members and $ 20 for non-members.

Visit www.beatrixfarrandsociety.org for more information.

Talk about mushrooms on Garland Farm

Bar Harbor – The Beatrice Frontier Society is hosting a talk on Sunday, September 19 at Garland Farm entitled “Mushroom Appreciation.”

In his speech, Porter pointed out that these bacteria are important for the proper functioning of our forest ecosystems, and that he guided the movement of common edible species and the mushroom variety in the jungle.

The cost of this workshop is $ 10 for members of the BRICS Fellowship and $ 20 for non-members.

Visit www.beatrixfarrandsociety.org for more information.

Photo court of the Canons

Authors to discuss popular tea rooms and pubs in Maine

Bar Harbor – Maine writers Bill and Kathy Kenny join Maine as they explore Maine’s historic meeting places on Thursday, September 16 at 7pm at the Jesup Memorial Memorial Library.

The book features hundreds of different cafes and pubs across the state alongside historical and current photos. There are three places in the book on Desert Island – Coach Stop Inn, Jordan Pond House and Green Mountain Tea House. The book also depicts some of the most popular bars and cafes in Hankok County, including the Jade Protiv Dormitory and Inn in Buxport, and the Every House in Castin.

This program is available online at the library, both in person and through the zombies. To register for the Zoom link, fill out the form at jesuplibrary.org/events/kenny or by email [email protected].

This event is based on COVID-19 standards in Hancock County, so check out the library’s website or call event updates (207) 288-4245.

Christina Spring Photo Court

The final performance of the Music Festival takes the audience on an emotional journey

Mountain forest – The Quietside Chamber Music Festival will host its final concert this Saturday, September 4, at 7 p.m.

Tenant Eric Christopher Perry and pianist Christina Spring examine the human condition through the lens of train travel – on two continents and in two national periods.

Winter Words of Benjamin Briton, Op. 52 (1956) The selection of the last poems by the English author Thomas Hardy shows the “unknown world.” Following the 2016 US presidential election, Gabriel Kahane’s book (2017) immediately engages in cross-country train conversations with colleagues.

There is a $ 20 suggested donation on the door or backup tickets at Eventbrite. A mask is required.

Artemis Gallery Art Exhibition

Northeast Harbor – From September 10, from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., the Artemis Gallery at 1 Old Firehouse Lane will host an exhibition of art by Nicole Hertz, Lydia Hubble and House of Lambert. A two-week art exhibition will be held September 3-21 from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and on Saturdays and Sundays from 5 p.m. Part of the sale of the event will be served at the port food warehouse.

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