The Arts & Cultural Alliance of Freeport (ACAF) is working to raise the visibility of the artistic and cultural activities our area has to offer, support the work of artists and cultural organizations, and to work with the whole community to implement the Freeport Cultural Plan. Check here often to find ways to enjoy, participate in and support local arts and cultural activity.
Historic Mallet Barn (built in 1891) provides a unique venue for an evening of local food, local music, local brews, and lots of fun! Doors will open at 6:00 PM with a cash bar and an assortment of local food trucks and vendors. From 7:00 to 8:00 experience Contra Dance fun, then at 8:00 The… [Read More]
Keys to the City are Portland-based piano-dueling duo Seth Holbrook and Jim Ciampi. Tickets $15.00 in advance and $18.00 at the door. About Seth Holbrook Prior to his move to Portland in 2007, Seth was an actor in Boston for 7 years doing a wide variety of work in theater and film. Having arrived in… [Read More]
Join Wolfe’s Neck Center on their oceanfront nonprofit farm as they celebrate sustainable agriculture and the bounty of autumn in Maine! This wholesome family festival features activities and demonstrations, live music, haybale climbing, face painting, animal interactions, tasty local food and more. They run our Pumpkin Hayrides during the festival – take a tractor ride… [Read More]
Join the Arts & Cultural Alliance of Freeport and Freeport Community Library for a free workshop for middle school-aged students (ages 11-15). Your middle-schooler will get a taste of circus arts (mime, juggling, and more!) from the professionals at this two-hour workshop. Registration is free but space is limited; register today! About the artists: Nat… [Read More]
Jazz music, Cadenza’s ambience — perfect for a mixer. $10, pay at the door.
The interred of Mast Landing Cemetery will provide tours for all those present in the flesh. All apparitions will be portrayed by actors from Freeport Players, in period costume, who will materialize and share stories from their mortal state, with a focus on the history of Mast Landing, the subject of Freeport Historical Society’s current… [Read More]