Events

Jasper Sunsets Exhibit: Artist Reception

Meet and Greet the Artists!
Friday, October 11th, 2019, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Music by DW GILL
Catering by Holy Cannoli with tea and coffee by Enchanted Herbs & Teas

This exhibit features
• book art & poetry by Bonnie Bishop
• abstract acrylics by Deb Pipes of Deborah Pipes Abstract Art Room
• photography by Casey Dingly
• acrylic abstracts and Prints by Scott Reed
• watercolor by Adria (Dee) Kenegey
• photograph collage & acrylics by Melissa Oprendek
• quilt art, beaded work, and rock illustrations by Sabina Tosch

Displaying at The Last Unicorn Restaurant:
• Pastels by Kay Sullivan

Displaying at Enchanted Herbs & Teas:
• Felt Pen Illustrations by Walter Dale

Displaying at Selah Tea Cafe
• Prints and Scarfs by Mimi McCutcheon of Raven Ridge Studio

Fall Mediterranean Festival – Hafli

Celebrate and experience firsthand the rich traditions of Lebanese culture through food, music and dance!
*Authentic Lebanese Cuisine – traditional favorites and new dishes as a sampler.
*Live music provided by George Maalouf and Ensemble, from the Boston area, well known Lebanese artist and composer.
*Arabic Dancing – with impromptu lessons being offered.
*Cash Bar available.
*Games, Raffles, Aprons, Cookbooks, Glassware and more all on sale.

Suggested Donation $10.00  Hafli cash for your choice of food is available as well as a chance at a door prize valued at $125 plus.

A celebration isn’t complete unless there are pictures! Photo Booth’s of Maine will be there to capture pictures of you with your friends and family. Thanks to our sponsors, Central Maine Motors of Waterville, Big G’s Deli of Winslow and Batey’s Appliances of Fairfield, you get to take home these memories at no cost.

Everyone is invited to this celebration of Lebanese culture which is being hosted by parish members of the St. Joseph’s Catholic Maronite Church. Waterville and surrounding communities all have a legacy rich with immigrant populations, this Fall Mediterranean Festival – Hafli is our way to share and to keep the rich traditions of Lebanese food, music and dance alive for future generations to come.