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The fifth annual Maine Pride Festival is coming right up on June 2 at the Head of Falls park in Waterville and this week we sat down with Central Maine Pride co-chair Matthew Crane to discuss their mission and all their activities, which has expanded into three days starting with a film screening on Thursday night at Railroad Square Cinema. For all of the activities be sure to check out our Community Calendar.
The Kennebec River Brewfest is set to kickoff on June 29 at Mill Park in Augusta, and while that may seem like a long time off, it’s time to reserve your VIP tickets and ensure you get to taste more than 15 different craft brews that will be featured in this year’s event. This week on C What’s On we caught up with Kennebec Valley Chamber President and CEO, Katie Doherty, and Events and Membership Director, Chris Voynik, to discuss the event, including the four local musical acts you can enjoy.
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Live at the Augusta Civic Center
November 3, 2019 | 8:00PM
Featured Local Galleries
Featured Artist: Richard Blanchard
The Maine Farmland Trust Gallery celebrates agriculture through art, capturing the vibrancy of Maine’s farms and farmers—their intimate relationship to the earth, the crops they grow and animals they tend.