UMF’s 3rd annual Drag Show, 9 p.m., South Dining Hall, UMF Olsen Student Center. Suggested donation is $2; [email protected] or 778-7346.


Model Train Show, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., Mt. Ararat High School. Sponsored by Great Falls Model Railroad Club. Admission cost $4 for adults, $2 for children younger than 15;



Juston Mckinney’s 16 County Maine Tour ‘Deer, Moose, Ticks and Hicks,’ 7 p.m., Waterville Opera House; 873-7000 or


“Turn, Turn, Turn,” UMA Senior College presentation, an Oral History Theater class performance, 3 p.m., Room 180, Jewett Hall; free.



Healing Arts and Psychic Festival, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., University of Maine Hutchinson Center, 80 Belmont Avenue. Holistic health practitioners, readings from psychics and mediums, animal communicator, medical intuitive, Aura Photography and reading, astrology, numerology, energy healing, seated massage, reiki, reflexology, gems, jewelry, essential oil products, workshops and more. Admission cost $5; call 314-1499 or visit healingarts



* Maine State Ballet’s “Alice in Wonderland,”IN WONDERLAND

Maine State Ballet’s ALICE IN WONDERLAND Sat, May 11, 2013 to Sun, May 12, 2013

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Tickets $40/$30/$20 (includes fee).


To make your purchase easier, please log in first. If you are having trouble logging in, please contact the box office for assistance at 207-842-0800 (M-Sa, noon to 6pm).


MAY 18


Talent Show,

Talent Show May 18 Jewett Hall UMA


Federal budget cuts inspire benefit for homebound seniors

Caption: Local guitarist, Douglas Clark, will be performing in the

Active Agers Talent Show being held at Jewett Hall on the UMA campus on

May 18th.

(Greater Augusta Area – April 5, 2013) Got talent? Don’t miss this

opportunity to see if you could be the next American Idol.


Spectrum Generations senior nutrition program is partnering with the

University of Maine at Augusta Senior College to produce the Active

Agers Talent Show on May 18 from 2 to 4pm at Jewett Hall UMA. Don Brown

from 93.5 FM True Oldies will act as the Master of Ceremonies for this

afternoon of fun, humor and music performed by local talent. Money

raised from ticket sales and donations will benefit Spectrum Generations


Meals on Wheels Program to help feed central Maine’s homebound seniors

and disabled adults.

Dancers, actors, musicians, and vocalists are needed. Whatever your

talent may be, if you are 55 years or older, come unleash the power of

age by sharing your special talents and support a good cause at the same

time. A few of the acts already lined up from recent talent auditions


will be Douglas Clark, a local guitarist; the Swing Time Band Trio with

sounds from the 30’s; local celebrity Katie Perry with some of her

favorite jokes; and the Granite Hill Estates line dancers performing the

“Gotta Dance” slide.

According to the event coordinator, Lynda Johnson, “Recent federally

mandated budget cuts inspired us to pull together this benefit to offset


cuts to our Meals on Wheels program, a program that helps our most

vulnerable homebound seniors and disabled adults.”

To sign up to perform or for more information about this exciting event,

call Lynda Johnson at 626-7777, or email her at

[email protected]

Tickets are $10.00 for general admission and $7.00 for students, and are


now on sale at the Cohen Community Center located at 22 Town Farm Road

in Hallowell, or by calling 626-7777. Tickets will also be on sale at

the door on the day of the event.

Spectrum Generations is central Maine’s Area Agency on Aging and Aging

and Disability Resource Center. Our mission is to promote life-long

learning, health, wellness, nutrition, community engagement, and the


social well-being of all older and disabled adults. For more

information about Spectrum Generations programs and services, call

1-800-639-1553 or visit us at Like us on



Holly Couture


Public Ed Coordinator

Spectrum Generations


1.800.282.0764 ext. 1655

TTY 1.800.464.8703 <>


Live Healthy, Live Well, Get Answers, Get Connected



Comedy featuring Michael Young Cho and Tammy Pooler, 8 p.m., O’Briens Evnet Center, 375 Main St. Cover charge is $5; 21+. or Facebook.


ave the date for the


Kalli Dumont Memorial Car Show

Presented by the Our Hearts Foundation

Rain or shine

August 11, 2013 9am-3pm Head of Falls , Front St., Waterville, ME

Registration opens at 8am

Car registration fee $10 (pre-registration is available)

Free admission for spectators

Come enjoy music, food and Children’s activities too!

FMI visit us at or email Kelley McAlpine at [email protected]

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