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Events Calendar - 2019

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Improv Acadia

Jul 11, 2019 - Oct 19, 2019 Improv Arcadia, 15 Cottage Street, Bar Harbor, ME

Improv Acadia is rated the number one thing to do at night in Bar Harbor by Trip Advisor. The Improv crew creates spontaneous comedy inspired by audience suggestions. The 8 p.m. shows are fine for kids, ranging from G to PG13 material. If no children are present, we let the audience suggestions inform the rating of the show. Reservations recommended, Call 207-288-2503 or send email to improvacadia@mindspring.com. Full bar, snacks, and desserts.

Guided Tours

Land & Sea Tour of Portland and Casco Bay with Maine Duck Tours

Jul 29, 2019 - Oct 23, 2019 Departing from 177 Commercial Street, Portland, ME

As you move through the Old Port and land and on sea, a guide tells you all the legends that made Portland into an interesting, drama-filled city. This is anarrated 60-minute land and sea adventure. Perfect for all ages. No bathrooms on board. Dress for the weather.See calendar on website and reserve tickets in advance.

Portland Walking Tour with Beaten Path Tours

Jul 29, 2019 - Oct 31, 2019 Tour departs Lobsterman's Park, Temple Street and Middle Street Portland, ME

Take a guided stroll through the Old Port, the Waterfront, and Congress Street/Arts District. Tour passes the Custom House, City Hall, Longfellow's Home, and the Art District. Learn about the architecture, museums, activities and nightlife.

Five-Lighthouse Bike Tour With Summer Feet Cycling Adventures – Portland ME

Jul 29, 2019 - Oct 31, 2019 Departs from 14 Ocean Gateway Pier Portland, ME

Join this five-hour and five-lighthouse bicycle tour of Portland. Your ride begins at Willard Beach and continues past Bug Lighthouse and the Portland Breakwater, Spring Point Lighthouse, the Portland Harbor Museum, and Fort Preble. Continuing, bicyclists will pass Portland Head Light, saltwater farms, Two Lights State Park and Kettle Cove. Lobster roll lunch is included. Participants should be comfortable cycling 10 to 12 miles. Reservations are recommended. Book online or call 866-857-9544.


Kings In The House -- Portland ME

Sep 21, 2019 - Sep 21, 2019 Portland Elks, 1945 Congress Street Portland, ME

Robert "Elvis" Washington, #1 Elvis Entertainer in the world, and Reggie "Motown" Brown. The smoothest vocals in town are in Portland for one night only. Put on your dancing shoes and come join the fun.

Flor de Toloache

Sep 22, 2019 - Sep 22, 2019 Strand, 345 Main Street Rockland, ME

The all-female ensemble Flor de Toloache continues to perform progressive and traditional mariachi music with its sophisticated, enlightened interpretation of traditional mariachi instruments.

Iris Dement -- rockland ME

Oct 4, 2019 - Oct 4, 2019 Strand, 345 Main Street Rockland, ME

Iris DeMent is a singer/songwriter whose 1992 debut, "Infamous Angel," combined elements of folk, gospel and country. Her rich lyrical landscapes and captivating music have earned two Grammy nominations.

Adonis Puentes and the Voice of Cuba Orchestra -- Rockland ME

Oct 18, 2019 - Oct 18, 2019 Strand, 345 Main Street Rockland, ME

Get ready for some hot Latin jazz! Adonis Puentes’s soulful voice is the perfect match for his all-acoustic orchestra, layering traditional Cuban rhythms with deep bass lines, jazzy horns, and his melodic guitar.

Science & Nature

Daily Birding Views with SeaWatch – Winter Harbor ME

Sep 4, 2019 - Nov 15, 2019 Schoodic Point off Atterbury Circle on Schoodic Peninsula Winter Harbor, ME

Come to Schoodic Point for observation with help from a bird scientist. Visitors can expect to see migrating birds, occasional seals and porpoise. Birds can be seen as far as three miles out to sea. Observers use binoculars and spotting scopes to identify and count all migrants. Free and open to the public. Drop and bring binoculars!