UNITY — More than 30 vendors will showcase their goods at the Central Maine Wedding Show set for 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, April 2, at the Unity College Center for the Performing Arts, admission is free.

The show will be coordinated by Unity College alum Louella Grindle to show what Unity, and central Maine, has to offer brides and grooms to-be.

Participants can meet with photographers, wedding specialists, event planners, venue representatives, cake makers, floral designs, officiants, venues, massage therapists, caterers, jewelers, clothing and makeup artists, in-home party representatives and more.

After the show, acoustic duo American Ride Extravaganza will perform at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $15.

The duo, Shawn Theriault and Eric Mauriello, play acoustic guitar, nylon guitar, 12-string guitar, seven-string acoustic bass, fretless acoustic bass (five- or seven-string), electric upright bass, keyboards, ukulele, baritone ukulele, ukulele bass, percussion, mandolin, banjo, and more. Add strong vocals with tight harmonies and you have an extravaganza.

While the group specializes in the top modern country hits, they’ll often venture into other musical styles, from Kiss to AC/DC, Bon Jovi to David Bowie, even Justin Bieber.


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