Voices Appeared is a live multimedia performance and historical reconstruction of Carl Theodor Dreyer’s 1928 film La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc. Curated and performed by the UK’s celebrated Orlando Consort, the project uses vocal works from the early part of the 15th century — coinciding with Joan of Arc’s lifetime — to accompany the classic silent film.
Presented by the Public Theatre. A blundering fertility doctor mistakenly implants the embryo of a latte-sipping liberal couple into the womb of a NRA-cardholding conservative family! Get ready for an outrageously funny nine months as both couples attempt to become friends for the good of the child. Don’t miss this timely and provocative new comedy that asks, “Will our similarities ever outweigh our differences?”
The Annual Sugarloaf Charity Ball returns on January 26, 2019 in the King Pine Room at Sugarloaf – a memorable evening including an eclectic silent auction, an entertaining live auction, a family style dinner and more! Don’t miss the chance to spend an evening mingling with your fellow Sugarloafers and bidding high on amazing items, all to support the cancer community of Maine.
Join us for an evening of friendly competition and fun under the lights at Shawnee Peak, all in support of children fighting cancer in Maine and New Hampshire. The 5th annual Maine Children’s Cancer Program Moonlight Challenge at Shawnee Peak, is set to take place on Friday, February 1, 2019.
Recruit your team of four skiers or snowboarders (all ages welcome) and get ready to compete to be the fastest on the giant slalom race course, and also to raise the most funds for Maine Children’s Cancer Program!
Join the Center for Grieving Children for another fabulous evening of community, caring, at their annual Love Really Counts Auction and Dinner Gala. The Center for Grieving Children, based in Portland, Maine, serves more than 4,000 grieving children, teens, families, and young adults annually through peer support, outreach, and education