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The 5th Annual Sukeforth Festival of Trees is coming right up on the weekends of November 22 and November 29 at The Elm in Waterville. This week on C What’s On we sit down with festival organizers, Bob and Annette Marin, to discuss this year’s project. Each year, this festival attracts more than 15,000 people and raises upwards of $200,000. The 50-cent raffle tickets for each tree can win you the tree and all of its “decorations,” which range in value from $500 to over $5,000. (Last year, one of the trees had a four-wheeler!) So, make this a family event and bring your children (Santa is rumored to be attending).
This week on C What’s On, we caught up with Mark Jackson, a radio personality on Mix Maine Media stations and the programmer for Cruisin’ Country 93.5. Mark discusses why artists like Travis Tritt continue to be viable and in-demand on the station and about the huge reaction to the fact that Travis Tritt will appear at the Augusta Civic Center coming right up on Nov 3.
You can get your tickets now at Ticketmaster or by visiting the Civic Center box office.
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Live at the Augusta Civic Center
November 3, 2019 | 8:00PM
Featured Local Galleries
Featured Artist: Richard Blanchard
“Northernscapes”, a show of Richard Blanchard’s layered, intuitive landscapes opens on Friday, August 16 at the Green Lion Gallery, 104 Front Street in downtown Bath. The exhibition continues through September 15.
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.