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Framing Maine: An Eye for Detail - University of Maine, Orono

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Framing Maine: An Eye for Detail - University of Maine, Orono

  • Collins Center for the Arts 2 Flagstaff Road Orono, ME, 04469 United States (map)

Join poet Kristen Lindquist and her husband, crime novelist Paul Doiron, for a special Maine-focused literary reading, followed by an on-stage interview with Maine Monica Wood.

Tickets: This event is free and open to the public. Due to limited seating, however, pre-registration and tickets are required. They can be reserved here on EventBrite.

Pre-Talk Reception with Authors: 6:00-7:00 pm, Miller’s Café, Collins Center for the Arts

Performance and Q&A with Monica Wood: 7:00-9:00 pm, Minsky Recital Hall, Class of 1944 Hall (adjacent to Collins Center)

Parking: Free in the CCA parking lot, with entrances on Flagstaff Road and Rangeley Road. Look for the Framing Maine signs.

Directions: Directions and map are available at https://www.collinscenterforthearts.com/directions-parking/

Accommodations: For those needing disability accommodations, including ASL interpretation, please contact UMaine Conferences & Institutes (207-581-4093 or conference.services@maine.edu) at least one week before the event. We will make every reasonable attempt to provide needed services.

Event Sponsors: We are pleased to have the continuing support of Bangor Savings Bank for the second year of Framing Maine. In addition, we thank the following sponsors and partners: Cultural Affairs/Distinguished Lecture Series, Maine Folklife Center, McGillicuddy Humanities Center, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Stephen E. King Chair.

For More Information: Please call 1-207-581-1840 or email FramingMaine@gmail.com.

More event details available at the UM Maine Studies website.

Earlier Event: November 7
Two-Night Haiku Adult Ed Class