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BrickUniverse LEGO® Fan Expo

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Location: 239 Park Ave., Portland, Maine 04102, US

𝐁𝐥𝐚𝐜𝐤 𝐅𝐫𝐢𝐝𝐚𝐲 𝐒𝐚𝐥𝐞 BrickUniverse the Ultimate LEGO® fan event is coming to Portland, ME, April 29-30. Experience awesome LEGO® attractions built to inspire, educate, and entertain. This fun, family-friendly event will have tons of amazing LEGO® creations, building zones, vendors selling the latest LEGO® sets, mini-figures, and accessories, and more! For more info go to www.BrickUniverseUSA.com

Portland Chamber Music Festival: Borromeo String Quartet

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Location: 88 Bedford St, Portland, Maine 04101, US

Celebrated around the world for their “edge-of-the-seat performances” (Boston Globe), PCMF Artistic Director Melissa Reardon is the newest member of the award-winning Borromeo String Quartet. This dazzling ensemble makes its PCMF debut with a program that runs the gamut of glorious string quartet sounds: from playful, gracious Haydn to a folk-infused fantasia by Bartók, to

Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! The Musical!

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Location: 250 Thompson's Point Road, Portland, Maine 04102, US

January 13-February 5, 2023. Ideal for ages 3-10 and their families. All Pigeon wants is to find what they are good at, but no one will let them do anything! When the bus breaks down and threatens to make the passenger late, Pigeon sees the opportunity to step up and save the day! Help decide

An Evening with: Cilla Bonnie / Sara Hallie Richardson / Katie Matzell

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Location: 181 State St., Portland, Maine 04101, US

Join Portland-based singer-songwriters Cilla Bonnie, Sara Hallie Richardson, and Katie Matzell for a special evening of music. They’ll each perform their own songs, some new and some reimagined, with lush, three-part harmony, and backed by a full band.

A Walk In The Woods an Annual Exhibition of Landscape Paintings

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Location: 15 Epps Street, Portland, Maine 04108, US

Stop in Richard Boyd Art Gallery during the month of March to see a great annual exhibition of American landscape paintings. Visual art portraying landscapes has been around for centuries and remains one of the most collected. Whether created en plein air to capture the natural light and color in the area or in a

Rasa String Quartet

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Location: 181 State St., Portland, Maine 04101, US

The Boston-based Rasa String Quartet finds their niche exploring the musical space where classical and folk traditions intersect and influence one another. They are the 2022-23 ensemble in residence at Phillips Exeter Academy and winners of the 2022 Associazione Europea Di Musica E Comunicazione International Chamber Music Competition (Italy,) the 2021 Music Teachers National Association

Figure Drawing at Hustle and Flow

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Location: 155 Bracket Street, 3rd Floor, Portland, Maine 04102, US

THE LAST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH. Join us for a Sunday evening of figure drawing with our model who will use props such as a chair, bolsters or stool for a variety of postures. Capture shapes, poses, muscles, textures, and the full essence of the human body. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned artist

Maine Middle Eastern Orchestra

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Location: 181 State St., Portland, Maine 04101, US

Maine Middle Eastern Orchestra A tribute to the legacy of Alan Shavarsh Bardezbanian Maine Middle Eastern Orchestra returns with a program honoring the late ud master, Alan Shavarsh Bardezbanian. Join us for a unique opportunity to experience traditional Armenian and Anatolian folk music in an orchestral setting, performed by leading members of Maine’s vibrant Middle

Griffin House

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Location: 181 State St., Portland, Maine 04101, US

“If you are looking to be blown away by raw talent, then look no further than Griffin House.” —American Songwriter Griffin House’s new record “Stories for a Rainy Day” is a collection of 9 songs written during the pandemic and recorded in just 3 days, and is being described as his most happy and upbeat

Lyle Divinsky – Night 2

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Location: 181 State St., Portland, Maine 04101, US

Lyle Divinsky is one of those unlikely success stories. Raised in Portland, ME, he then cut his teeth underground, playing in the New York City subways for 5 years before his self-released album, Uneven Floors, launched him into ears around the globe – reaching number 2 on the UK Soul Charts within weeks alongside radio