Kick off Peaks Fest weekend with a party on the Fifth Maine porch!
Schmooze Fest features a donation bar and hors d’oeuvres, enjoyed with friends old and new.
Then we head down to the Fifth Maine’s dining room for a good old-fashioned Bingo night. A fun evening, and you just may go home with one of the great prizes!
See you there!
Please join us for pancakes, eggs, ham and more!
Come and enjoy great food, great company and a great view from the scenic porch of the Fifth Maine Museum.
A perfect way to start a Sunday in Maine! Breakfast is served from 8-11am.
Member prices are:
Adults $12, kids under twelve $6
Non-member prices are:
Adults: $14, kids under twelve: $8
Kids under three always eat free!
Cash, checks, or credit cards accepted.
Renaissance Voices will perform their “Eternal Light” concert at the Fifth Maine Museum under the direction of Harold Stover.
The concert features music of farewell and promise with works by William Byrd, Melissa Dunphy, Ralph Vaughan Wiilliams, Tomás Luis De Victoria, Maine composer John Newell, and others.
The Fifth Maine Museum is pleased to host a free workshop offered by the Illustration Institute.
Renowned illustrator and comic artist, Elizabeth Haidle, will conduct a hands-on workshop where participants will develop comics through a variety of exercises.
All ages are welcome. Space is limited to 35 participants. To reserve a spot please email email@example.com.
Don’t miss your chance to see dozens of artists showcasing their work from their home studios right here on Peaks Island.
You’ll find everything from watercolors, to ceramic tiles, to hand-pulled prints, to mittens and hats, to stained glass, to baskets, to fiber arts, to candles, to books, to photography, to art quilts, to botanical soaps…the list is just too long to keep going.
Stop by the Fifth Maine Museum to pick up your printed brochure, available on June 29th – July 1st.
Thank you for supporting the artists who support the Fifth Maine Museum!
Undertow Brass Band (FKA What Cheer? Brigade) is a brass band from Providence, RI, USA. They prove that great parties need no electricity.
“Thrillingly competent, with undimmable energy…an explosion of good cheer.”
– The New York Times
Since 2005, the band has been as likely to appear at community benefits as at all-night parties, playing bars, clubs, streets, libraries, cemeteries, weddings, bus stops, and playgrounds.
They’ve played with Blondie, Dan Deacon, Man Man, Japanther, Dengue Fever, Okkervil River, Lightning Bolt, Ninjasonik, Mika Miko, Wolf Parade, Matt and Kim, Slavic Soul Party, Javelin, Sage Francis, and Chain and the Gang.
They’ve appeared at Lollapalooza, The Newport Folk Festival, Aarhus Festuge (Denmark), Sziget (Hungary), and Guca (Serbia), offering mobile moments of intense revelry.
They’ve actually played at the Fifth Maine Museum once before and no one who was there has ever forgotten it!
We’ll have a grill going so you can replenish your energy and quench your thirst! You’ll need it!
Get ready for some fun!!
Join Yoga Instructor Patty McRae for an evening of yoga during the full moon. Please bring a yoga mat and towel when we meet on the porch of the Fifth Maine Museum.
The cost is $25/person.
Island residents get a $5 discount – please email Patty for the discount code at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faux and Fiestas Family concert, featuring Tom Faux (guitar); Juan Fiestas (violin); Christine Fiestas (percussion); Robin Kearton (violin); Stella Faux (violin); and Ines Fiestas (trumpet).
The Fauxs and the Fiestas’ are families of musicians and former longtime residents of Peaks Island, now spread across the county. They play an astounding variety of music: haunting northern Peruvian compositions from the Fiestas family, traditional American fiddle music, and other fabulous
music from around the world.
Tom, Juan, and Christine performed for many years with Pacto Andino, a group well-known to southern Mainers. Juan is currently a string teacher and director of orchestras in the Corpus Christi schools. Tom and Robin run a music school in Central Illinois and perform with Robin and the Toad. Robin is a longtime principal string player (viola and violin) with the Champaign-Urbana Symphony. Stella Faux, a Peaks Island native, is now a freelance violinist in Boston. And brass player Ines is the youngest in a long line of Fiestas musicians. She studies and plays in Corpus Christi.