Events for Lubec, Maine and Surrounding Areas
Dec 2 - 6, Library Hours
Come see a wonderful assortment of Gingerbread Houses displayed at the Lubec Memorial Library. It's a fun way to start the holiday season!
December 6, 6 - 8 PM
Local mason and musician John Viselli will play songs for the holidays to say adieu to CCLC's Pizza and Music Night.
Dec 8 , 1 PM (ET)
Easy walk on Campobello Island.
Dec 8, 1:30 PM and 3 PM
Nothing like a warm cup of tea to get you into the holiday spirit! Ticket pre-purchase recommended.
Dec 10, 7 PM
Stop the East-West Corridor coalition and Defending Water for Life in Maine will be hosting the debut screening of the film, The East-West Corridor: Why Not? followed by a community dialogue with the statewide coordinator of Stop the East-West Corridor, Chris Buchanan.
Dec 18, 6:30 PM
Enjoy an hour of storytelling at the Lubec Memorial Library.
Dec 21, 3 PM
Enjoy Christmas Pudding while listening to holiday stories and music!
Dec 29 , 1 PM (ET)
Easy walk along the Sunrise Trail in Machias.
Jan 23, 6 PM
Seraphine Louis, a middle-aged housekeeper, has a remarkable talent for painting. A noted art critic discovers her work and promises to look after her and promote her art. Come enjoy a night out at the movies, shown at the Lubec Memorial Library.
Feb 27, 6 PM
An irreverent French comedy about friendship, trust and human possibility. Based on a true story of friendship between a disabled millionaire and his street smart, ex-con caretaker. Come enjoy a night out at the movies, shown at the Lubec Memorial Library.
Mar 27, 6 PM
The citizens of Ireland’s County Cork come to the aid of a South American pilot who has crash landed in their town. Come enjoy a night out at the movies, shown at the Lubec Memorial Library.
Apr 24, 6 PM
Martin Sheen plays Tom, an irascible American doctor who comes to France to deal with the tragic loss of his son. He decides to embark on a pilgrimage to honor him. What Tom doesn’t plan on is the profound impact this journey will have on him. Come enjoy a night out at the movies, shown at the Lubec Memorial Library.
May 23-26, 2014
The annual Down East Spring Birding Festival provides a unique birding experience during spring migration and the breeding season with four days of self-guided explorations, guided hikes, boat tours and presentations led by area experts.
June 15, 2014
Mark your calendar for the 2nd running of the Bay of Fundy International Marathon. It's a weekend full of fun!
Ongoing Events - Seasonal
Kids Have FUN learning and practicing wilderness skills at Cobscook Community Learning Center's Outdoor Adventure Club!
Come enjoy a night out at the movies, shown at the Lubec Memorial Library at 6 pm.
Community Breakfast at the Masonic Lodge, 15 Main Street every 4th Sunday, 7-10 AM, spring to fall. $5 per person.
Two seatings daily; 11/10 a.m. ADT/EDT and 3/2 p.m. ATD/EDT; first come, first served. Obtain tickets at the Roosevelt International Park Visitor Centre.
3rd Saturday of Month May through October, except 2nd Saturday in August.
Free summer concerts by SummerKeys faculty at the Christian Congregational Church Wednesdays at 7:30 PM
Masons' Music and Barbecue every summer Thursday at 5:30 PM
Ongoing Events - Year 'round
Kelly Bryand specializes in rock, blues, and jazz, but is proficient in various styles, and has an individualized teaching style based on students particular tastes and aspirations as a musician.
Piano and Music Lessons with John Newell are currently being offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Cobscook Community Learning Center.
From Aerobics to Zumba.
Dance fitness class.
Local musicians gather every month to jam. Come to play or come to listen.
Coinciding with Monday Night Music is the Monday Night Knitting circle.
Open studio sessions are offered for intermediate students aged 12 and up, who are welcome to come work in our pottery studio on their own projects. Our resident potter, Kevin Thompson, will be on hand to offer guidance as needed. $5 donation per session. Please wear artwork/studio clothing. Materials fee: TBD/cost of clay used.Pottery lessons 5-7 PM. Click on title for more info.
First Tuesday every month, 7:00pm. This Workshop is a relaxed and safe setting for exploring the questions you've always had about life, dying and grief.
Come with your own work, or to learn from others.
A holistic way to train your entire body as an integrated unit, as well as focus your mind and improve your relationship with your mind, body, and spirit.
Personal Training with Samantha Williams.
The second Wednesday of each month Poetry Slam & Open Mic.
Monthly every third Thursday, 12:30 - 1:30 PM at the Quoddy View Sunrise Apartments Community Hall. Sponsored by the Lubec Woman's Club. All welcome!
Join Pat Christopher THURSDAYS 4 - 4:30 PM at CCLC
All levels welcome. Registration is not necessary. Instruction will be geared appropriately to suit each person, regardless of experience.
Sacred Harp, or shape-note singing, is a form of a cappella hymn singing that became popular in America during the early nineteenth century.
Last Saturday of the month disco dance.
Join us for enjoyable explorations of our beautiful area.
Gary Cook and friends entertain every Sunday at 4 PM. All are welcome to bring instruments and play along. 32 Water Street.