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Anna Mikuskova, Heath Paley and Kim Stone Curated by Susan Porter at 3fish Gallery

Jun 25, 2016 @ 5:00pm   Events, Member Events

Anna Mikuskova, Heath Paley and Kim Stone Curated by Susan Porter

Opening Reception, First Friday, June 3rd, 5 – 8 p.m. Gallery Hours, Wed. – Sat., 12 – 5 p.m.
(207) 450-8499

Where: 3fish Gallery, 377 Cumberland Avenue
When: June 3rd – 25th, 2016

Circus On the Point: June 2016

Jun 19, 2016 @ 3:30pm   Events, Member Events

Circus Maine offers local and international circus acts right here in Portland. Usually 10 acts including Aerial straps, Aerial hoop, Handbalancing, Juggling, Clowning, Acrobatics and more! Beverages by The Bar Association, Live Music by Hadacol Bouncers, and a local Food Truck.

Our monthly cabarets feature contemporary circus in an intimate, nightclub setting. Friday & Saturday offer a fun adult atmosphere with low lighting, interesting custom crafted cocktails, and rotating food truck options, with seating arrangements and high top tables to encourage quiet conversation and connection. Sunday matinees are timed to get your kids home in time for bed. There’s no alcohol served, and our own students perform during the only intermission.
Advance Tickets – Youth 14 and under = $12, Adults = $14, and $16 at the door.

Where: Circus Maine, 4 Thompson’s Point

When: 3 Circus shows: Friday, Saturday, Sunday. Cabarets are suitable for all ages. Sundays are earlier and geared toward children.

Fri & Sat door 6:30, 7pm show, Sunday door 3:30, 4pm show.

Always planned for the 3rd weekend of the month at our indoor, climate controlled facility on Thompson’s Point with plenty of parking, restrooms, and seating.


Portland Buy Local Annual Meeting and 10th Birthday Celebration at Rising Tide!

Jun 13, 2016 @ 6:00pm   Events, Member Events, Member Updates, News & Events

From 6-7pm there will be plenty of great conversation, snacks (on us), and delicious Rising Tide Beer (on you), then, from about 7-7:30pm, we will catch you up on the many exciting things that have transpired over the past year, you’ll hear reports from our Board of Directors and Committee Chairs, vote in our new officers, honor our long time members, and have a chance to voice your questions and concerns.

This is also a great opportunity to meet our current Board members, find out more about our committees, and how you can get involved. Plus, you can pick up a copy of our new 2016-17 directory, hot off the press!

Thank you to The Holy DonutRosemont Market & BakeryAurora Provisions, and Cabot Farmers’ Annex for providing treats for our guests to enjoy!

When: Monday, June 13th, 6-7:30pm

Where: Rising Tide Brewing Company, 103 Fox Street

We always look forward to seeing our members at the Annual Meeting and hope many of you will be there. Please email with any questions you may have! 


Rails and Ales

Jun 10, 2016 @ 6:00pm   Events, Member Events

Rails and Ales returns for another season! In partnership with some award-winning local breweries, join us for a beer tasting and train ride along the waterfront. We will be featuring two Friday evening beer tastings this summer; Rising Tide Brewing on June 10th and Foundation Brewing on September 9th. This is a wonderful and unique way to learn more about Portland’s fantastic local beer one-on-one, with a representative from each brewery. After the tasting, visitors can enjoy a leisurely ride along the Portland waterfront. Advanced tickets are required and available through the museum’s website at a cost of $20/person.

When: June 10th

Where: Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company & Museum, 58 Fore Street

Meet Eleanor Phillips Brackbill and Anne B. Gass, who will be signing their fascinating history books

Jun 4, 2016 @ 6:00am   Events, Member Events

Meet Eleanor Phillips Brackbill and Anne B. Gass, who will be signing their fascinating history books

The Queen of Heartbreak Trail, The Life and times of Harriet Smith Pullen, Pioneering Woman
In 1897, Harriet landed in Skagway, Alaska, in the midst of the Klondike Gold Rush. Her enterprising attitude and gregarious nature would make her an Alaska legend. The author, Eleanor, is the great-grandaughter of this remarkable woman.
Voting Down the Rose: Florence Brooks Whitehouse and Maine’s Fight for Woman Sufferage
This is a lively account of Maine native Florence Brooks Whitehouse and her efforts to win voting rights for women in the final years of the 1914 – 1920 campaign. She helped win women’s suffrage against a backdrop of conservative views on women’s roles, political intrigues, WWII and the 1918 influenza epidemic.

Where: Letterpress Books, 91 Auburn Street

When: Saturday, June 4, 1-3pm


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