Happy Autumn Everyone!

Drop by Hallowell to shop, eat and sit by the river.


Doings Around Town...events

Free ME from Lung Cancer

176 Leavitt Road Augusta, Maine 04330 freemefromlungcancer.org/ lung.support@gmail.com (207) 215-9035 8am to 4:30pm Free ME from Lung Cancer is the only nonprofit based in Maine that is dedicated solely to lung cancer research, education and community support. We hold two major fundraisers a year to support our mission. A live dinner and dance in October…


Art at Home: Unique House Tour Oct. 29

Art at Home is a unique, self-guided house tour of local residences featuring personal collections, distinctive decor and more. The participating homes, all in or near downtown Hallowell, were selected to showcase not only their residents’ art collections, but also their relationships with their art, and the way art and living space are integrated in their personal spaces. Reserve tickets now!


Red Cloak Haunted History Tours

Just a few chances left to explore Hallowell with Red Cloak Haunted History Tours! Every Weds. and Fri. through the end of October, 7:00 pm. $15/$7, RSVP required. Call 207-380-3806.


The Vaughan Conversation Piece: Conserving a 1754 Portrait, Part 1

On November 16th, professional painting conservator Nina Roth-Wells and frame conservator Johanna Moore will join curators Ron Kley and Jane Radcliffe in a discussion of the 1754 “Vaughan Conversation Piece,” a well-preserved example of 18th century portraiture not usually found in the U.S..


Doors: Art & Poetry from LINC and WSC

Harlow Gallery presents “Doors: Art & Poetry from LINC and WSC,” featuring the work of artists and poets from the Living in the Community Wellness Center (LINC) in Augusta and the Waterville Social Club (WSC). The exhibit, on view from October 28 to December 3, 2016, at Harlow Gallery is free and open to the public. The opening reception, on Friday, October 28, from 5-8 p.m., features a reading from a just-published book of art and poetry by club members. Community artist Natasha Mayers and poet Lee Sharkey edited and curated the book and the exhibition.


Seven Generations of Collecting

Seven Generations of Collecting a Public Art Tour: November 5th at the 1794 Vaughan Homestead in Hallowell
1-Hour Tours on the 1/2 hour between 1 and 4 pm | $15/person – RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: Email reservations@vaughanhomestead.org or call (207) 622-9831.


Hallowell Arts

Art at Home, Harlow Gallery's unique house tour is October 29th. Reserve your tickets today! 622-3813. Here's a peek at the Frank O'Hara & Jane O'Rourke collection.

You can also reserve tickets online here: harlowgallery.org/art-at-home-hallowell-2016/
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The O'Hara/O'Rourke Collection

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Call For Art: America’s 14th Amendment

The Harlow Gallery in partnership with The Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine (HHRC) invite submissions to “Equal Protection of the Laws: America’s Fourteenth Amendment”, an art exhibition at the Michael Klahr Center on campus at the University of Maine at Augusta September 22 through December 16, 2016.