Stories about Lovell

Creativity in colors

Harvest Gold Gallery in Lovell is showing original acrylic cityscapes by Boston artist Ros Farbush through Columbus Day. Farbush captures the light of everyday scenes with bright colors in an Impressionistic style. "Artists see things a lot differently. Because of the creativity in us, we see a l...

Young moose rescued from Lovell pond

LOVELL — A young cow moose, believed stuck in a fire pond off Sabattus Road for two days, was rescued Monday night by game wardens and town workers. Fire Chief Tommie McKenzie said nearby residents discovered the animal's plight and reported it Monday. Maine Warden Service officers w...

Well done - Hannah Sawyer

GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Hannah Sawyer of Lovell, a junior at Gettysburg College, has been placed on the dean's honor list for outstanding academic achievement in the spring 2011.

Folk musicians will team up for Lovell concert

LOVELL — Folk musicians and composers Heather Pierson and Davy Sturtevant will perform solo and together on Thursday, Aug. 4, at the Brick Church for the Performing Arts. They will sing a varied repertoire of original songs and well-known music that touches the heart. Pierson was bor...

'Funny Thing' showcases young talent

LOVELL -- "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Circus"  will be presented by the Picket Fence theater camp troupers at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 20, at the Brick Church Performing Arts Center. This little folks' circus is so poor, it has been reduced to performing in one-half a ri...

Word is out, Lovell will hold its first poetry slam

LOVELL — Poetry slams have been called “the democratization of verse.” Also, “no place for wimps.” On Thursday, July 14, the Brick Church for the Performing Arts will present the town’s first poetry slam, courtesy of poet Krista Mosca and the team that ...

Moore will 'surprise the listener' at Brick Church

LOVELL — Keyboardist Dan Moore, who has played at the Mount Washington Hotel since 1999, will give a solo concert at the Brick Church for the Performing Arts on Thursday, July 7. Moore will move from harpsichord to piano as he weaves a musical story from the early years of keyboard c...

Listeners can share in the storytelling

LOVELL — Do you like to make up tall tales? Guess who’s telling the truth? Relax and laugh at human foibles? The Brick Church for the Performing Arts will open its 2011 season on Friday, June 17, with a new kind of storytelling festival — one in which audience members can...

Brick Church's season will offer poetry, steel drums and more

LOVELL — The Brick Church for the Performing Arts' sixth season will offer several firsts — a  poetry slam, children’s theater camp, steel drum band and musical birthday party. The season will open on June 17 with a variation on BCPA’s traditional storytelling ...

Lovell author writes second children's book

NORWAY — Tom Merriams of Lovell will be at Books N Things on Saturday, Dec. 18, to sign copies of his second children's book, “Barnstorming," as well as his first, "Yak Attack." “Barnstorming" is a colorfully illustrated story about a biplane that flies over, around and u...