Summer Bandstand

Plans are still progressing for the new outdoor bandstand for our Hallowell Rock on the River summer.  There will be a new stage and awning for the band set up to ensure that performances can continue even in inclement weather.

Doings Around

Second Sunday: Mapping Hallowell

On Sunday, June 14th from 2-4pm we’re going to map Hallowell, inspired by Becky Cooper’s book “Mapping Manhattan”. Map your memories, dreams, history, path – it’s up to you!


Paintings by Richard William Blanchard and Amy Peters Wood

On view June 5-27 at the Harlow Gallery. Perspicere (Per-spic-er-ay) is a Latin verb meaning “to observe, see through”. The public is invited to an opening reception on Friday, June 5, 5-7pm, followed by a gallery talk from 7-8pm led by Maine State Historian Earle Shettleworth who will interview Blanchard and Wood about their work and process.

Fiddle Mainia

Fiddleheads are in!! Come get’em while they last! Only $5.99 lb.!
Fresh and ready to go in our grab n go cooler!