Friday, August 1, 2008

Westbrook Art Nine-Pack

Westbrook photographer James O'Reilly is exhibiting his photographs at the Eastland Park Hotel as part of Portland's First Friday Art Walk from 5-8p.

Monday, August 4
Westbrook painter Caren-Marie Michel is opening her show entitled "Southern Maine Panorama: Caren-Marie Michel" at Windham's Little Sebago Gallery & Frame. A reception involving the artist will also take place Saturday, August 9 from 5:30-7:30p.

Wednesday, August 20
Wavelength, a cover band whose repertoire evidently ranges from Neil Diamond to Alicia Keys, plays in Riverbank Park as part of the city's Concerts in the Park series.

Friday, August 22
The fourth edition of the Fourth Friday Art Walk takes place from 5-8p. Artists showcasing their work are located from the heart of Mechanic Street to the top of the Dana Warp Mill.

And Westbrook's golden boy Rudy Vallee stars in the 1942 screwball comedy The Palm Beach Story, which is the showcase in the first edition of the Movies at Riverbank public movie series. The movie will begin at 8:30p, and seating, snacks, and bug juice are recommended.

Wednesday, August 27
Tony Boffa and Co. brings down the curtain on the summer's Concerts in the Park series. Of course, if you miss them in the park, you can always catch them every Thursday at The Frog and Turtle.

Friday, August 29
Emilia Dahlin, the award-winning singer-songwriter from The City, closes out a summer of free concerts at Warren Memorial Library. The concert begins at 7p.

Saturday, September 7
A stroll in the park + Fine art = The Riverbank Art Festival.

And finally, the folks that brought us the zombie film PROJECT AYNA-V have been busy filming their next zombie masterpiece, Clean Water Act. Alas, a release date has not been announced.

- John C.L. Morgan

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