Benefit Slated for Sculpture Event

LAMOINE — Lamoine Community Arts is holding a progressive dinner and reader’s theater to benefit the Lamoine Sculpture Symposium and Lamoine Community Arts on Saturday, Aug. 1.

Lamoine Community Arts is a group of Lamoine residents working to promote and provide theater, visual and performing arts and education for their community and beyond.

The progressive dinner will be held at four shorefront homes located in Lamoine. Throughout the evening, guests will enjoy fine dining, lively conversation and be entertained by readings of two short one-act plays.

“Gertrude,” written by Lamoine residents Rae Dumont, David Schick and Fred and Anne Stocking, deals with the plight of a young city couple on vacation trying to find their way off the blueberry barrens. “The Marriage Proposal,” by Anton Chekhov, will be presented in two parts. Set in a rural town in Tsarist Russia, it may remind the audience of characters and situations found in Downeast Maine.

The evening starts a 4 p.m. and the cost is $25 per person. Seating is limited.

Call Amy Duym (667-7219) or Mary Henry (667-7182) for tickets and information.

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