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Founded in 1824, Kents Hill School, is one of the country’s oldest co-ed secondary educational institutions with a continued commitment to the arts. (photograph by Katie Sprague, class of 2017)
The Harlow Gallery’s Annual Silent Art Auction returns February 3-13
Returning for the 5th year on St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17th from 7-8:30 pm, area musicians return for a free Irish music performance at the Harlow Gallery at 160 Water…
A thousand thank yous to Rosemary & Ish for helping the Harlow Gallery connect & celebrate art, artists and community, and for supporting Higher Forms of Art in 2016. January 2016
Art-A-Thon returns for 3rd year to raise funds to support our Youth Art Month exhibitions in March
Closed Saturday due to storm. Extended to Sunday, January 17th and Monday the 18th from 12-4pm.
Four creative bakers won prizes at gingerbread house contest at the Harlow on December 12th.
Calling all cooks and artists! You are invited to submit your very best gingerbread structure to the Gingerbread Creation Contest on Saturday, December 12th.
November’s Second Sunday event on Sunday November 8 from 2-4pm is all about ROBOTS! Led by Hall-Dale High School’s REM Delta Prime Robotics Team, we’ll be building robots using recycled materials, and craft…
Join us an evening featuring Poet Laureate Wes McNair as part of “The Bookey Readings” series
Harloween Party Friday, October 30 5-8pm
UPDATE! Jake & Caroline was brilliant, thought provoking and a *little* disturbing. Very important message for young people struggling with relationship issues. Check out photos below. – 10/10/2015
Actor Brian Chamberlain has been performing “You The Man” for the past 7 years. It has sent him to parts of the country that he never thought he’d visit and…
Because it takes a community, “Transforming Violence II” has been made possible by co-sponsors Laflin & Wolfington Realty and Pinnacle Tree.
Because it takes a community, “Transforming Violence II” has been made possible by our sponsors, Levey, Wagley, Putman, PA, Summit Natural Gas, Laflin & Wolfington Realty and Pinnacle Tree.
Ideal for families with children ages 5-10+, “The Power of One” will help children deal with bullying. Two sessions offered on Sunday, October 4th at 2pm and 3pm are free to attend, but reservations are requested.
“You the Man”, starring Brian Chamberlain, is an engaging and entertaining 30-minute, one-actor play that addresses unhealthy relationship behaviors and safe bystander intervention.
The Clothesline Project has been bearing witness to violence against women for over 25 years. Be a part of it on Sunday, October 11, 2-4pm at the Harlow.
MAINE SPEAKS, celebrating Maine’s ethnic diversity in a round robin of spoken word and music: Jeri Theriault, Gary Lawless, Jason Grundstrom Whitney, Steve Cowperthwaite, Margaret Donelian Ericson and Charlie Ipcar.
DROPOFF: 11/16 OR BY APPT
OCT 27-DEC 2
NOV. 10 - DEC. 31
DROPOFF: DEC. 1-2, 12-6PM
SUN. DEC. 10, 2-4PM
DROPOFF; DEC. 17, 12-4PM
JAN. 24 - MAR. 2
160 Water Street
Hallowell, ME 04347
Except when we are between shows.
Also open by chance or by appointment.