Maine Coast Heritage Trust
Land Conservation Conference
Fri., April 21, workshops 1-4 pm
Sat. April 22, 8 am- 4 pm
Workshops, keynote speaker, exhibit fair, food, and more. Info and registration at www.mcht.org
(Not affiliated with or endorsed by the school or district.)
Tickets on Sale Now!
Magician for Non-believers
Sat., May 6, 7 pm
Amazing tricks by this nationally-known magician, who grew up in Topsham and graduated from MAHS!
Penn & Teller say,
"Your performance is Beautiful!"
Fundraiser for Orion’s curtains and lighting. Co-presenter is Mt. Ararat Stage Co. Tickets at MSAD75 Business Office (cash or check) or with credit card:
Tickets are available online, HERE.
Spring Raffle to support
capital needs at the Orion has concluded.
We are raising money for
improved lights and sound. Our proscenium curtains will be installed this spring. Winners are announced below. Thanks to all who bought tickets!
Look for a "SUMMER FUN" raffle soon.
* Two-night stay in garden room, Portland Harbor Hotel. --Trish Vaughn
*Red Sox items, including player Pablo Sandoval autographed photo, 2 drinking glasses, 4 coasters, spoon rest, can cover. Tammy Matthews.
*N.E. Patriots items, including player Nate Solder autographed photo, 2 drinking glasses, 4 coasters, spoon rest, can cover. --Melanie Page
*Voucher for 4 tickets to Portland Sea Dogs game, summer, 2017. --Mark Dugal
*Basket of Maine Red Claws items including team photo, 2 play basketballs, lanyard, booklet. --Jennifer Davis
*Music and Art basket, including $25 gift card to The Music Center, Brunswick; 4 tickets to Midcoast Symphony concert in May; colored pencils, posters and books for coloring. --Julie Lemieux
Rent the Orion for your next event.
See a performance or lease our space for your event. Theater, Dance, Music, Conferences -- the Orion has it all! Rental info on rentals page and below. Call 729-2950, x 7 or email email@example.com for info. We're in Mt. Ararat Middle School, 66 Republic Ave, Topsham, Maine.
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Parent Info. Night—
MSAD#75 District 5th-graders
Tues, April 25, 6-8 pm
Welcome by Principal Josh Ottow, and visits to teachers and classrooms for next-year’s middle-schoolers and parents.
Thanks to the
Gelato Fiasco for hosting a
Scooping Event Tues., Apr. 4, a Fundraiser for Orion-- and to all of you who braved the cold rain to enjoy gelato and help the Orion get new curtains, lights, and sound.
to our Spring Raffle Sponsors:
Portland Harbor Hotel
Boston Red Sox
New England Patriots
Portland Sea Dogs
Maine Red Claws
The Music Center, Brunswick
Midcoast Symphony Orchestra
Thanks to the 99 Restaurant
for the Feb. 2 Dining fundraiser
Create-A-Play Theater/Art Summer Camp 2017
July 17-21, 9 am - 4 pm
Summer day camp for middle-school age students, going into 6th-9th grades. Campers imagine the characters, collaborate to write a play, make the sets, props and costumes, and perform the play on the last day. Creative fun! Theater Director is Kathleen Nation. Limited space--20 campers only. Registration forms available HERE.
Hiring: Art Director and Assistant Art Director for Create-A-Play camp
We are seeking an Art Director and an assistant for the summer camp, week of July 17-21. Experience in visual arts education needed, and theatrical arts (sets, props) preferred.
See more info and apply HERE.
The Orion Performing Arts Center welcomes exciting performers and artists from our local area and around the world. See and hear:
is to cultivate in our schools and communities an appreciation and understanding of how the performing arts—music, drama, and dance—deepen and illuminate what it means to be human. For people of all ages, OPAC promotes a community of fluent learners, critical thinkers, and creative contributors to our society. The Orion Performing Arts Center is a cultural beacon in the region, allowing the community at large to experience first-rate live performances by students, amateurs, and professionals.
PURCHASE A SEAT PLAQUE!
You can become an important and enduring part of OPAC when you “Have a Seat” — your name engraved on a permanent commemorative brass plaque, attached to a seat in the theater. Your donation helps the capital improvements fund--for curtains, lighting, and other theater needs. People who come to performances will notice your name and appreciate
your support for the arts.
Or, buy a plaque as a gift for someone else—a new graduate, your parents or child, a favorite teacher, a friend, or someone you admire in the community. Click here for a brochure to learn more about the
seat plaque campaign.