WATERVILLE — Harvest on the Square, a celebration of community and the arts, is set for 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18, in Castonguay Square and Common Street Arts, 93 Main St.

Food, arts and live music is set for 6 to 7:30 p.m. Lindsay Mower will perform and a special performance by Waterville Opera House’s “Young Frankenstein!” cast members will take place in the Main Tent in Castonguay Square.

At Common Street Arts an opening reception for a David Twiss exhibit will begin at 5 p.m. Also in the gallery will be mud., a clay exhibition, and live music. A throwing clay demonstration is set for the pottery studio and participants can make their own art in the front studio.

Guest speakers Greg Powell, chairman, Harold Alfond Foundation; David Greene, president, Colby College; Shannon Haines, president and CEO, Waterville Creates!; and Sen. George J. Mitchell will talk about the future of Waterville from 7:30 to 8 p.m. in the main tent.

A cash bar and appetizers will be provided.

The event is sponsored by Waterville Creates!, Colby College and Waterville Main Street.

Host committee members include Common Street Arts, City of Waterville, Waterville Opera House, Thomas College, KV Connect, Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce, Maine Film Center, Alfond Youth Center, Waterville Historical Society and Waterville Public Library.

For more information, email Haines at [email protected] or visit www.harvestonthesquare.com.

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