A selection of offerings from Yellow Door Taqueria. Photo courtesy of Yellow Door Taqueria

Yellow Door Taqueria Residency
4-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The Burleigh at Kennebunkport Inn, One Dock Square, Kennebunkport. kennebunkportinn.com/dining
Hola! The Burleigh Restaurant presents a “Cinco de Marzo”-themed residency this weekend featuring Boston’s Yellow Door Taqueria, an award-winning Cali-Mex hot spot. Executive chef Cara Marie Nance will be in the kitchen serving up several culinary creations, including Maine lobster tacos. Indoor dining is available or you can reserve a private outdoor igloo through Open Table. Want your meal with wheels? Takeout will also be available. For even more enjoyment, The Kennebunkport Inn is offering a special stay package with a 20% room discount, late checkout and a bottle of Yellow Door’s legendary margarita mix.

Elizabeth Tower, Big Ben and Westminster Bridge in early morning light, London, England, UK. Paul Daniels/Shutterstock.com

Virtual London Tour
7 p.m. Friday. Embassy Experiences via Zoom, $15. eventbrite.com.
There’s no need to mind the gap during this tour of London, as you’ll be taking it virtually from wherever you are. The tour includes Westminster Abbey, Piccadilly Circus, Big Ben, Parliament, St. Paul’s Cathedral, The London Eye, Scotland Yard, Downing Street, Buckingham Palace, the Collegiate Church of Saint Peter and even the storied Abbey Road. Your live guide will use photos, art and other media to teach you about the history and modern impact of one of the world’s most famous cities.

Painting: ‘Cosmic Heart,’ by Maureen Egan is part of the ‘By the Waters of the Winds’ exhibit. Photo courtesy of Camden Public Library

‘By the Waters of the Winds’
Through March 31. Virtually through the Camden Public Library. librarycamden.org
Camden Public Library is playing virtual host to midcoast artist and author Maureen Egan’s show “By the Waters of the Winds.” You’ll see paintings born out of a pair of hikes in Wyoming’s Wind River Range. Hop online anytime this month to view the gallery. At 6 p.m. on March 11, you can join a Zoom program featuring a talk and screening of a film made by Egan and her husband Tim Seymore about their 2019 hiking trip. The pair will talk about their creative process for making both films and art, and you’ll be able to ask questions. To reserve your Zoom spot, drop an email to [email protected].

Susan Poulin. Photo by Kevin Bennett

Susan Poulin
4 p.m. Monday, March 8. Live on Zoom via USM’s Franco-American Collection. Register at usm.maine.edu/franco-american-collection.
The Franco-American Collection at the University of Southern Maine, Lewiston-Auburn College continues its series Making the Invisible Visible: Bringing a Franco-American Perspective to the Stage & Page, with celebrated author, humorist and playwright Susan Poulin. Poulin, known for her hilarious alter ego Ida LeClair, will combine performance, reflection and laughs into her afternoon presentation. LeClair has written 11 plays, and her books include “Finding Your Inner Moose: Ida LeClair’s Guide to Living the Good Life.”

Cidny Bullens. Photo by Travis Commeau

Maine Voices Live with Cidny Bullens
7 p.m. Tuesday. Via Zoom. Register at pressherald.com/mainevoiceslive.
The Press Herald Maine Voices Live series continues with what will surely be a fascinating conversation with musician, activist and educator Cidny Bullens. During a career that has spanned more than four decades, Bullens has toured with Elton John and has worked with Bob Dylan, Gene Clark and Rod Stewart. Bullens has also earned two Grammy nominations, for the debut album “Desire Wire” and as lead vocalist on a track on the “Grease” soundtrack. In 2011, Bullens transitioned from Cindy to Cidny and uses male pronouns. In 2016, he wrote a one-person show about his life called “Somewhere Between: Not an Ordinary Life,” which he’s performed in four states. Last year, Bullens released the album “Walkin’ Through This World,” and he’ll have his acoustic guitar on hand to play a song or two from it. Bullens will be interviewed by Portland Press Herald writer Aimsel Ponti.

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