By Kelly Morgan
Every Thursday, right here. Entertainment highlights for in town and beyond.
AUBURN – Hum along to the likes of “Luck Be A Lady” and “The Impossible Dream” while spending A Night at the Tonys – in Concert courtesy of Lewiston-Auburn’s Community Little Theater. >>When: 8 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday >>Where: The Great Falls Performing Art Center >>Tickets: $20 >>FMI: Call 783-0958 or visit laclt.com
BETHEL – Tap a toe listening to traditional Scottish, Irish, Quebecois and Acadian tunes performed by the Fiddle-icious fiddle orchestra, which boasts more than 40 members. >>When: 7 p.m. Saturday >>Where: Crescent Park School >>Tickets: $8 adults, $4 students, at the door >>FMI: Call 824-3575
WELLS – A scavenger hunt, paper making, a forest discovery walk and live animals all will be part of the fun at the annual Earth Day Celebration at Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve. With folk/bluegrass band The Cover Crops. >>When: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday >>Where: The reserve’s Laudholm Farms >>FMI: Call 646-1555 or visit wellsreserve.org
LEWISTON – Artist and professor Rhea Cote-Robbins has documented the French proverbs and sayings once employed by her mother, incorporating what “Maman Disait” into an exhibit of collages. >>When: Opening Monday >>Where: Franco-American Heritage Center >>Cost: Free >>FMI: Call 783-1585
Also this week:
Gordon Bok, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Johnson Hall, Gardiner, >>FMI: 582-7144
“The Great Warming,” a film about global warming, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Railroad Square Cinema, Waterville >>FMI: Call 873-6526 or visit railroadsquarecinema.com
Check out Encore on Fridays and Spotlight calendar Saturdays for complete event listings.
By Kelly Morgan