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Book a treatment at The Spa At Stage Neck. 800-340-1130 x 452
Please note that we have added the ability to book 9- or 18-hole tee times at Cape Neddick Country Club with your stay (available approximately April 18 to early November). Please inquire when making your reservations by telephone or select the desired options in the shopping cart during your online reservation.
Be sure to turn your clock ahead 1 hour before you go to sleep on Saturday night.
View the steam pumper and other fire memorabilia . Firemen’s Park, corner of Shore Rd. and Cottage St., Ogunquit.
WORLD VIEW This spring, the walls of Gallery 6 will take visitors on a visual journey around the globe while showcasing the works of nine regional photographers. The exhibit offers glimpses of life in Africa, Tibet, Vietnam, Bali, Ireland, Nepal and Brazil, as well as images of children from other countries now living in America. The show is part of the MOSAIC Project at the museum, an effort to raise awareness of the growing cultural diversity found in the Granite State. Featured photographers are Stephen Delaney, Larry Elbroch, Stephen Gianotti, Julee Holcombe, Steven Holt, Nancy Grace Horton, Alexandra Manful, Ron St. Jean and Nic Tanner. No admission fee to view the gallery (regular admission applies for families who wish to also explore the rest of the museum). Children’s Museum of NH , 6 Washington St., Dover, New Hampshire . Call (603) 742-2002, or visit www.childrens-museum.org.
Just Us Chickens gallery in Kittery, Maine, will showcase the monotypes of Exeter, N.H., artists Barbara Cowen and Bill Childs in its "Two Printmakers Show." An opening reception for the show will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8. Cowen is known for her watercolor paintings and regional landscapes and seascapes. Childs explores landscapes of the New Hampshire Seacoast, its fields, marshes and towns in all four seasons. Just Us Chickens is located at 16A Shapleigh Road .Call (207) 439-4209 or visit www.justuschickens.net.
American Drawings from the Brooklyn Museum presents more than 100 exceptional and rarely seen drawings and sketchbooks from the Brooklyn Museum’s world-renowned collection of American art. Dating from the late 18th through the mid-20th century, these masterworks encompass a wide range of techniques, styles, and media. Among the 74 featured artists are Benjamin West, John Singleton Copley, William Trost Richards, Winslow Homer, Thomas Eakins, John Singer Sargent, William Glackens, Edward Hopper, Stuart Davis, and Marsden Hartley. With its significant body of aesthetically remarkable and historically important works, Fine Lines showcases drawing as a dynamic art form in the United States across nearly two centuries. This thematic presentation surveys subjects of enduring interest to American artists, while also highlighting the diversity of drawing practices in pre-1945 American art. Admission $12, $5 surcharge; free for PMA members. Portland Museum of Art, Seven Congress Square, Portland, Maine, 207-775-6148.
This spring, the PMA will showcase an intimate selection of photographs and drawings that George Daniell (United States, 1911-2002) created on Monhegan Island during the summer of 1936, at the advent of his artistic career. In search of adventure and escape from a sweltering August in New York City, Daniell sojourned to Maine, where he spent the month fervently documenting the island that captured his heart and imagination. Drawn from the PMA’s permanent collection, the featured works show the young artist honing his eye for composition and tonal value while depicting Monhegan’s distinctive topography and character with its shingled cottages, hardy people, and wistful afternoons. Portland Museum of Art. Seven Congress Square, Portland, Maine 04101. 207-775-6148.