Weekend Spotlight: A wild weekend with Wolffs, a magical glow, fall bounties, and Nature

Thu, 11/18/2021 - 1:30pm

We’re heading into the crest of a wild weekend, the calm before the storm (literally) next week with storms coming in ahead of Thanksgiving. So, enjoy music from some talented sisters, a magical fantasy ride, a bountiful fall harvest, and a new business opening. I told you it’d be wild.

The Wolff Sisters

Friday, November 19—Camden


Boston-based sisters Rebecca, Rachael, and Kat Wolff are coming to the Camden Opera House. Just named New England Music Awards' 2021 Americana Artist of the Year, the trio’s music “is honest and genre-defying, but still rooted in traditional rock and Americana storytelling,” according to their website.  Here’s a song about Boston they perform called “Boston Town.” Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Choose-your-own reserved tickets are $20 in advance, $26 day of show.FMI: Tickets

Garden Aglow

Saturday, November 20 & Sunday, November 21—Boothbay


It is TOO EARLY to be posting any Christmas events but Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens gets a pass because their annual Gardens Aglow is beyond Christmasy; it’s what Lisa Kristoff calls “A magical ride into fantasy.”  The Covid-19 virus changed what used to be a walking tour into a driving tour, but that’s a good thing. As Kristoff said, “we’re all in need of a beautiful distraction.” Arrival times are every 15 minutes, from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m., Thurs.-Sun. $40 per nonmember car/$30 per member car. Advance tickets are required. FMI: Tickets and Details

Killer Road Trip: Maine Harvest Festival

Saturday, November 20 & Sunday, November 21—Bangor

Photo courtesy Cross Insurance Center

Head on up to Bangor to the Cross Insurance Center this weekend for a fall harvest with more than 55 Maine farmers, festival food producers, live music, samples from breweries and wineries from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Here’s the Schedule. General admission tickets are $8.00. FMI: Tickets and Details

New business open house—Bee Wild Farmacy

Sunday, November 21—Rockport


Come check out and support a new business in Rockport, Bee Wild Farmacy, run by Mary Nelson.  Think: Handmade, local, small-batch, wild-crafted items. Come sample products, ask questions, get discounts, and enter into drawings. The event takes place at the new store at 773 Commercial Street Rockport from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and stay tuned for a follow up story from yours truly. FMI: Details

Kay Stephens can be reached at news@penbaypilot.com