For many music-lovers, the holidays are not complete without Handel’s all-time favorite, “Messiah,” and in what has become an annual tradition, Blue Hill Bach will present the work’s Christmas selections on Saturday, December 14, at the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill. The performance will begin at 7 p.m.
The soloists will feature students soprano Kayla Gayton, countertenor Andrew Cloutier, and tenor Zachary Fisher; and sopranos Sarah Schneider, Katelyn Parker Bray, and Michele Corbeil, alto Catharine Cloutier, mezzo-soprano Marcia Gronewold Sly, tenor Francis John Vogt, basses John David Adams and Isaac Bray, violinist Mary Jo Carlsen, and trumpet player Max Hurvitt.
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Wilson Museum celebrates Bowdoin's centennial
Join the Wilson Museum in celebrating the centennial of Maine Maritime Academy’s schooner Bowdoin, the official vessel of the State of Maine, at programs that revisit Donald MacMillan’s Arctic explorations and delve into the art of shipsmithing.
GSA announces new staffas school resumes
A total of seven new members have been added to the staff of George Stevens Academy, according to a press release issued by the private nonprofit high school. The new staff include faculty and administrative personnel.
Falls Bridge construction project scheduled
Project estimated at $10.5 million
Women's Skillet Toss
Intercontinental & Greater Hancock County Championship Saturday, September 4 , 3:30 p.m., Grandstand Track
The Largest Pumpkin or Squash Contest
Judging Friday, 1 p.m., Exhibition Hall
Wild blueberry pie and muffin baking contest
Enter Saturday before noon, judging 1 p.m., Exhibition Hall
Hundreds attend Blue Hill Maritime Heritage Festival
BLUE HILL—More than 300 visitors braved the heat and oppressive humidity preceding Tropical Storm Henri on Saturday, August 21, to attend the Blue Hill Maritime Heritage Festival.
Snow's Cove Road reopens to traffic
Fishway passage restored
Farm animals shine at the Fair
Sheep, oxen, horses and more
Exhibition Hall offers glimpse into farming life
New to the Exhibition Hall this year: the Flower Show!