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It’s Spring—at least it’s supposed to be—and our thoughts at C What’s On have turned to getting outside for the art of gardening. This week’s guest is none other than Farmer Kev of Farmer Kev’s Organic Farms in West Gardiner. Kevin describes his start from a one-acre parcel and seed growing and storage operation in his parent’s basement to the highly successful 30-plus-acre farming operation he manages today. You’ll find out how this young farmer set his sights on farming in high school, attained his degrees in Sustainable Agriculture and Economics, and uses all of this passion and education to literally drive fresh grown produce to your door.
It’s not every day that you get to interview the Wicked Witch of the West and the Cowardly Lion, but this week you’ll hear just that as we delve into The Wizard of Oz, which opens at the Waterville Opera House on April 5. The Wicked Witch is played by none other than Jerilyn Shattuck and the Cowardly Lion is played by Mandela Gardner. Please note that this show has three matinees: the two normally scheduled for Sundays and, because this show is aimed at children, a Saturday matinee on the second weekend instead of the typical evening show.
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Live at the Augusta Civic Center
April 17, 2019 | 7:30PM
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.