Ongoing Events

10/6/17 to 04/1/18

Black and White Exhibition

Louise Nevelson is recognized as one of the most important sculptors of the twentieth century whose wood sculptures, painted in black or white, revolutionized artists’ ideas of what sculpture could be. This exhibition will feature signature examples of these works, drawn from the Farnsworth’s collection, the second largest collection of Nevelson’s work in the world.


03/2/18 to 03/3/18

WinterKids Downhill 24

The Downhill 24 is a team ski and snowboard challenge & fundraiser to benefit WinterKids. Teams compete to see who can not only raise the most in fundraising for WinterKids – but also see who has what it takes to spend a full 24 hours on the slopes. Participants can ski or snowboard as much or as little as they want. It’s the only night of the year to head down the hill under the lights at Sugarloaf.


Sail Maine Winter Warm Up

SailMaine had such a fun time at Cellardoor Winery at Thompsons Point last year we’re having our Winter Warm-Up there again in 2018!  Mark your calendar for March 8th.  Chain of Fools will be providing live music, there will be dancing!  Delicious food by Bread & Butter Catering!  Beer and Wine by Cellardoor!  A chance to support SailMaine and a wicked fun night.

03/10/18 to 03/18/18

Maine Jewish Film Festival

  • Time: All Day
  • Contact: 207-523-3422
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Coming March 10 – 18 -the 2018 Festival will feature thirty films from around the world and present a dynamic week of parties, guests and special events.  One of the nation’s oldest independently-curated Jewish Film Festivals, MJFF is committed to the belief that diversity is at the heart of what fuels a great festival and a great community. This year’s extensive selection comprises an engaging collection of feature length and short films – dramas, comedies and documentaries.


Portland Symphony Orchestra Wine Dinner & Auction

Our annual Wine Dinner brings together fine wine, five of Portland’s top chefs, excellent music, and one-of-a-kind auction items that together create an unforgettable evening. This is the PSO’s largest fundraiser of the year, and all funds raised are put towards helping us achieve our mission of serving our community by enriching lives through music.

03/16/18 to 03/25/18

Marjorie Prime

With the help of artificial intelligence, an elderly woman gets a handsome and younger version of her deceased husband back to keep her company. But is this really what she wants? This fascinating and powerful Pulitzer Prize finalist explores the mystery of memory, our longing for connection, and the limits of what and who technology can replace.


Maine Cancer Foundation: Mary’s Walk and Kerrymen’s Pub 5k

Mary’s Walk began in 1999 as a unique way to recognize and remember Mary Kerry Libby, a much-loved member of the Saco-Biddeford community who passed away from Burkitt’s Lymphoma.

What started as a simple memorial stroll through town with a few hundred people has evolved into a major community effort that has attracted over 50,000 participants in its 19-year span and raised over $2.6 million to support Maine-based cancer programs.

03/21/18 to 03/25/18

The Maine Flower Show

Welcome to the 2018 Maine Flower Show where landscapers, exhibitors, designers, and horticulturists come together in one anticipated annual event. The Maine Flower Show is one of the biggest gardening and horticultural shows in the region, and this year, more than ever, it is Rooted in Maine. That’s because this year’s show celebrates Maine’s values and traditions, its exceptional local goods and services, and the bounty of local resources that take root, grow, and thrive right here in Maine.


Susan Curtis Foundation-Leadership Celebration

Join us for an inspirational evening, Friday, March 23, 2018 at the Susan Curtis Leadership Celebration (Portland Sable Oaks Marriott (South Portland, Maine))!

This year’s program includes awards and alumni presentations. CSC alum Sean shares his poignant story about Camp Susan Curtis’ powerful impact on his life” “A life of poverty can seem like a hopeless jail cell with no escape. Camp Susan Curtis always held the keys to open those difficult locks”.

Tickets for the Friday evening event include dinner, wine + dessert.
• 6:00 – 6:45 pm Hors d’Oeuvres + Reception
• 7:00 – 7:30 pm Program
• 7:30 – 8:45 pm Dinner + Awards Presentation

• Beef
• Salmon
• Vegetarian
• Vegan and Gluten-free options are available

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