Throughout the weekend you will find a variety of food events from chocolate factory tours to a lobster brunch. Free tastings and demonstrations are hosted all over town. FreeportUSA’s Flavors of Freeport features two nights of premier events. On February 17, the Flavors of Freeport Ice Bar features frosty beverages, beautiful ice sculptures, twinkling lights,… [Read More]
Starbuck’s is connecting the citizens of Freeport (and our visitors!) with prominent community members with this new weekly series. Join them for a Q&A, coffee tasting, and time to mingle. The February 20th event features Scott Miller of Freeport Players and Greater Freeport Community Chorus. A FebFest event.
“Genre-flexible” acoustic band Crabapple Jam is the featured artist for the February Freeport Fourth Friday Just Desserts concert. Regulars in the concert series and the “house band” for the Open Stage Coffee House, Crabapple Jam plays a mix of bluegrass, folk, originals and more. The Fourth Friday concert series serves up great music and desserts that are plentiful… [Read More]
Always wanted to learn guitar, but simply can’t find the time? In just a few hours, you’ll learn enough about playing the guitar to give you years of musical enjoyment, and you won’t have to take private lessons to do it. This crash course will teach you some basic chords and get you playing along… [Read More]
Come and see Freeport High School Drama prep for this year’s Maine Principals Association One-Act Play Festival. Freeport High School has a long tradition of submitting student-written work to the Festival, several of which have carried Freeport through to state and regional festivals. This year’s play, entitled “41 Minutes”, was written by FHS junior, Liam Grogan…. [Read More]
The Coastal Winds (Freeport’s Community Band) and the Pine Tree Academy Band, under the direction of Brendan Krueger, will present a concert of pops favorites. This annual concert is a fitting end to FebFest! Family-friendly. A FebFest event.
Freeport Players laughs in the face of winter storms, darkness and cold! This double bill stars comedian Zachariah Stearn, whose new comedy set blends comedic stories with original music. Zac has been “doing comedy” since he was a teenager, performing all over the country. He had audiences in stitches as Truffaldino in last fall’s production… [Read More]
The final draft of the Freeport Cultural Plan will be presented at a public meeting on Wednesday, February 28, 2018, 6:30 p.m., at Freeport Community Library. Reinholt Consulting will conduct the meeting. A summary will be presented and the public will be invited to ask questions and comment on the core elements of the Plan. This is one last opportunity… [Read More]
Dance your way around the world in this introductory class, which will focus on Zumba Gold routines appropriate for beginners of all ages but will also include higher-intensity Zumba Fitness routines to demonstrate the range of options. Cumbia, salsa, merengue, mambo, flamenco, cha-cha, reggaeton, soca, samba, hip hop, axé, tango, Bollywood – Zumba draws from a wide variety of… [Read More]
Freeport Village Revisited 1950’s – 1970’s: The Structures and The Stories Do you remember Freeport Village forty, fifty or sixty years ago? Local residents Brad Snow, Jane Chiarini Grant, and Polly Brann are planning a February afternoon revisiting Main Street from Kendall’s Corner to Summer Street and surrounding east and west neighborhoods. Where did you… [Read More]