Passamaquoddy website offers new cultural resource

by Lura Jackson

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Undeniable and Savage Management bring rap show back to Eastport Arts Center

 

Eastport Arts Center will host Octobris Natus, a live rap show, on Friday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. The organizers are planning a Halloween-themed event with costumes encouraged; the concert is dedicated to raising awareness of suicide in memory of Cedric Altvater, cousin of Ashton Altvater (AKA Undeniable) and good friend to Sebastian Francis of Savage Music.

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KinderArts’ Tiny Yogis extended into November

 

The Eastport Arts Center’s KinderArts program’s popular Tiny Yogis sessions have been extended and will run weekly on Thursdays from 9:30-10:15 a.m. through November 15. Instructor Caroline DiLio will teach yoga through music, dance and storybooks, and young participants will even learn meditation.

Owner of Maine Moon Kids Yoga, DiLio is a certified children’s yoga teacher and a mother of three. She takes a creative approach to teaching children, including games, crafts and sometimes even Minecraft poses. Learn more about her at mainemoonkidsyoga.weebly.com.

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Oldest field recordings in world bring Passamaquoddy language, history to life

 

by Lura Jackson

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Indian Day Celebration to be held this weekend at Indian Township

 

by Lura Jackson

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Eastport Pirate Festival offers many returning favorites

 

by Lura Jackson

The largest pirate festival in New England is about to take place, and area residents with a lean toward creative, rambunctious family fun are highly encouraged to attend. Running from Sept. 7-9 in Eastport, this year’s festival once again features high-quality attractions and events for all ages.

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Eastport Bay Day offers wide range of activities

by Lura Jackson

If you’re looking for any good reason to go to Eastport and appreciate its cooling ocean breezes and casual seaside beauty, you’re in luck: Eastport Bay Day has several. Now in its fourth year, the event has steadily expanded to encompass a variety of activities that promise to attract visitors of all ages.

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Quoddy Tides founder honored in MPA Hall of Fame

 

by Sarah Craighead Dedmon

The most easterly paper published in the U.S. just turned 50, and for its birthday The Quoddy Tides founder is being inducted into the Maine Press Association Hall of Fame. 

Winifred French started The Quoddy Tides in 1968, and the twice-monthly newspaper continues today under the stewardship of her son, Edward French.

“It really started around our dining room table at our house,” said Edward. “She would do the layouts there and eventually moved to a building downtown.” 

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Music shines in Milbridge

 

by Wayne Smith

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Narcan overdose reversal workshop held at Groups

by Lura Jackson

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