The Freeport FebFest Of Arts And Culture is building their calendar for the 2018 festival. If you are planning an arts or cultural event for February 2018, this is a chance to add to the visibility of your event. The festival is open to any arts or cultural event taking place in Freeport or South… [Read More]
Venues & Festivals
First Parish Church Congregational is looking for vendors for this summer’s First Parish Market. Artists, crafters and other vendors will be selling their wares in front of the church on July 9, August 13, September 10 and October 8 from 10am-5pm. For more information contact Patty Kennedy at FirstParishMarket@gmail.com.
The Freeport Community Center (FCC) is a vibrant hub of community activities. Owned and operated by FCS, and the center is shared by several local organizations and FCS services. The Bradley Family Room (community hall) at the center holds up to 125 people and is served by a commercial food prep kitchen. It hosts meetings,… [Read More]
Freeport Community Library is — of course — a great source for literary arts with a terrific collection of books in all genres and for all ages. But the offerings don’t stop there. The library screens movies, presents talks with Maine authors, hosts the Open Stage Coffee House, and more. 10 Library Drive, Freeport 207-865-3307… [Read More]
500-seat theater FPAC is home to RSU5 student groups and artists-in-residence Freeport Players, and hosts events by community groups such as Freeport Lioness, Greater Freeport Community Chorus, and Freeport Family Performing Arts. Wheelchair accessible, air-conditioned, free on-site parking. Contact Freeport Community Education & Recreation for information about booking FPAC for your group. 30 Holbrook Street, Freeport FMI: http://www.rsu5-rce.org
Nordica Theatre is a state-of-the-art cinema with six screens playing the finest movies Hollywood has to offer. Located in One Freeport Village Station, one of New England’s finest shopping and dining destinations, Nordica Theatre features all-digital projection and audio, providing the highest quality picture presentation and the richest digital sound. 1 Freeport Village Station Suite… [Read More]
Owned and maintained by Freeport Historical Society, this beautiful 140-acre site, including four walking trails, gardens, fields and vista down to the saltwater Harraseeket estuary, is open dawn to dusk year-round. The early 1800’s saltbox farmhouse is open by appointment (207-865-3170 or via firstname.lastname@example.org) and for the Historical Society’s Annual Pettengill Farm Day. Please practice Carry-In,… [Read More]