This weekend feels a bit like the Midcoast in the 2010s, when there were all sorts of interesting things going on. It’s a good time to get out, and meet some new people who enjoy some of the same hobbies/interests.
Run Wild! 5K Walk/Run & Afterparty
Saturday, November 12 —Belfast
Random Acts of Kindness
Saturday, November 12 and Sunday, November 13—Rockland
“Folks, Punks, and Freaks” Party
Saturday, November 12—Belfast
And now time for something completely different. The Downeast Music and Minstrels’ Gallery Roundup is hosting an evening of punk, folk, and sonic sounds at the Belfast Maskers Theatre. The bands include: Bears Don’t Care and Bards of Gungywamp visiting from Connecticut, Jake Tantog visiting from Pembroke, with a sonic sound finale from Belfast’s eclectic stir of Osmia. The suggested donation is $10 to $20. The ad says to bring cash. The show starts at 6 p.m. FMI: Belfast Maskers
Risqué Red Dust
Sunday, November 13—Rockland
In the 1930s, when studios were making risqué movies, they were “desperately trying to lure depression-era broke moviegoers into theaters. Hollywood made films full of sex, violence, drinking (during Prohibition), and grotesque and shocking material. During this brief period of early talkies and little censorship Hollywood studios created many films that challenged and transcended the "moral" and sexual boundaries of their times.” At 8 p.m. the Strand Theatre will be screening Red Dust with Clark Gable and Jean Harlow about a love triangle between a plantation owner and a prostitute. FMI: Tickets and Details.
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