Join us the night of the full Harvest Moon, as The Hedgehogs celebrate with music, dancing, and festive refreshment!
The Fifth Maine Museum’s Harvest Supper will be on Saturday, October 7th, with seatings at 5:30pm and at 7:00pm. We’ll still have two seatings in our dining room, and we’re adding a TO GO option.
We are changing things up for our Harvest Supper this year!
Don’t worry. Your old favorites – delicious food, good friends, and the warm atmosphere of the Fifth Maine Museum dining room – will still be there.
New this year, we’ll be offering a beef chili and a vegan chili, with lots of hot sauce on the side for those who like it spicy!! Salad, cornbread, and apple crisp for dessert make this a delicious meal!
Cider and coffee provided — but you are welcome to BYOB.
Tickets are $20 for members and $25 for non-members — and must be bought prior to the event. Please email email@example.com or call 207-766-3330 to place an order.
When you place your order, let us know which seating you would like to attend, and if you will eat in the dining room or if you’d prefer our TO GO option. Once 60 dining room seats are sold at each time slot, only the TO GO option will be available.
DATE: Saturday, October 7th
TIME: 5:30pm and 7:00pm seatings
Member prices: $20 adults, $10 kids
Non-member prices: $25 adults, $12 kids
Kids under 3 eat free.
The price break for members makes this a great time to join the Fifth Maine Museum. Besides getting $5 off for every meal you purchase, you’ll enjoy all of our usual member perks!
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The last day that the museum is open for the 2023 season is Indigenous Peoples Day, October 9, 2023.
We can often open by appointment during the months of October and November. Feel free to inquire by calling us at 207-766-3330 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peaks Island resident and landscape architect, Ann Kearsley, will present her talk entitled, “Rights of Nature” in the Fifth Maine Museum dining room.
Ann will discuss how the movement to establish legal rights for non-humans and natural systems could shape the future of our built environment, followed by a Q&A session from the audience. Please join us for this thought-provoking evening!
DATE: Thursday, October 26th
PLACE: Fifth Maine Museum dining room
Peaks Island resident Ann Kearsley is a landscape architect and urban designer and the owner of Ann Kearsley Design based in Portland, ME. She teaches in the graduate landscape architecture program at the Rhode Island School of Design and lectures frequently on integrating ecological restoration and regenerative agricultural techniques into landscape planning, design, and construction. Her current research investigates the potential for Rights of Nature legal challenges to create a framework for a more equitable and cooperative inter-species sharing of our landscapes.
It’s our fourth annual Halloween Candy Throw Down!!
Come one! Come all!
We want to see your costumes and we’ll shower you with candy to make that happen!!
Stop by the Fifth Maine Museum between 4:30pm and 6:30pm on October 31st to try your hand at candy catching.