Join us for this live event on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at the Waterville Public Library. Maine Voices Live Waterville features conversations between Morning Sentinel and Kennebec Journal writers and notable Mainers. Audience members can experience a memorable night with a Q&A at the end. Award-winning reporter Amy Calder will sit down with Morning Sentinel reporter…

First Fridays Drop in to the Schupf center to try, make, and create! We will have a guided activity, but you can also choose your own adventure using materials in the studio. First Fridays are a collaborative program in downtown Waterville. Come discover all the downtown has to offer with music, movies, plays, art making,…

Join us at the museum for Toddler Power Hour every Monday from 9-10 am for ages 1-4. This is a time of unstructured play for children to explore our Mobile Museum sets, toy sets, sensory toys, and more. Please note there will be minimal museum staffing and the area will be set up in a…

Craft Fair and Luck of the Draw, hosted by Recycled Shakespeare Company! Door Prizes, Bake Sale, Hot Lunch, and White Elephant sale! All proceeds support Recycled Shakespeare Company, a non-profit offering free theater opportunities for all, and South Parish Congregational Church, which allows us generous use of their spaces. FMI please contact Catherine at 207-612-6688…

A splendid tea party is the setting on December 4th at 2pm for a delightful afternoon of song and poetry readings. This is an occasion to dress up and enjoy Recycled Shakespeare Company and Friends sharing the works of troubadours through the ages. This event makes a beautiful Sunday outing or a special holiday gift…

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A monthly, arts-based professional development opportunity open to all educators. Learn from artists across disciplines techniques and tools you can bring back to your classrooms to support learning in all subject matter areas, build classroom community, and find practices to support your own wellness. Provided in partnership between Colby College Arts Office and Waterville Public…

evening event at Greene Block and Studios view from outside with colorful lights inside

This First Friday Greene Block + Studios will be filled to the brim with multidisciplinary arts experiences, free and open to all! A Part of This Place: Community Engaged Performance What does it mean to be a part of a place, or to be in community? How can performance reflect this? And what do we…

Kim Upstill: A Report from The Mood Lit Field is part of the Colby Center for the Arts and Humanities‘s Food for Thought: Lecture Series. Kim Upstill is a writer, artist, and cook based in Chicago, Illinois. She holds a BA degree from Evergreen State College and an MA in Visual and Critical Studies from the…

KindKids Music is a dynamic duo (sometimes trio) with original music, puppets, and a highly interactive performance for all ages. Amanda Panda and Rob Duquette share tools for emotional resilience, foster kindness, and encourage wellness, all while making music and having FUN! Doors open at 2:30. Concessions available. Tickets are $10 per person, ages 2…

Elm City Small Press Fest is back for its second year!  During this free event, open to all, shop zines, independent publications, and art prints, or participate workshop programming. Stop by any time between 11 am – 5 pm on Saturday, November 19. Exhibitors include: Dragonfly Studio, Bunkhouse Studio, Maine Media Book Arts, Kimkim Dang,…