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July 20, 2024 | Deconstructing the Boundaries

In 2023, Indigo Arts Alliance, in partnership with Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, opened a multi-year programming initiative with Deconstructing the Boundaries: A Future of Land & Food Resilience symposium. This year’s symposium will focus on environmental justice in urban and rural spaces and why it is critical that Black and Brown artists are granted public art commissions and given the space to share their experiences and knowledge through their artwork.

Architalx gathers speakers from across the globe to bring world-class ideas to Maine.

February 15-17, 2024 | Going Green

passivhausMAINE’seleventh annual forum will be convening Maine’s high-performance building community this February 15, 16, and 17 in Freeport. The three-day event is slated to be the biggest convention yet in Maine to cover passive building, sustainable design, new building products and technologies, and Maine’s green workforce and the built environment.

Après All Day

This February, enjoy fan-favorite festivals and activities at Maine’s beloved ski resorts. At Saddleback Mountain, their highly anticipated February Festival returns with bonfires, fireworks, and the Torch Light Parade. Sugarloaf’s popular Fire on the Mountain weekend encourages you to relax to covers of Grateful Dead. If you haven’t had the chance, be sure to swing by Sunday River to enjoy the new Alpeniglu, an ice lounge and bar experience made entirely of snow.

May 2024 | A New Chapter

The authors of the highly successful book The Maine House continue their quest to celebrate and preserve the swiftly vanishing, last real remaining summer cottages. In the sequel The Maine House II, Maura McEvoy, Basha Burwell, and Kathleen Hackett renew the search for Maine’s mythic homes to share with devoted readers.

April 2024 | Talking Design

For over 30 years, architects and designers from around the world have been coming to Portland to present at Architalx. This year, they welcome 4 renowned speakers: William O’Brien, Martha Schwartz, Hillary Sample, and Jeff Day. Architalx is open to the public.

The Maine House II is sure to be a memorable ode to the state.

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The past five years has seen a growth in this mountain town, with exciting developments at Sunday River that spill into town life