Stainless steel sculpture by Stephen Porter. Photo courtesy of June LaCombe Sculpture

Visit June LaCombe Sculpture
Hawk Ridge Farm, 90 Minot Road, Pownal, by appointment through July 19. junelacombesculpture.com
If you’re up for an excursion that ends with a stroll through lovely open-air gardens, meadows and woodland trails where you can view sculptures, then make an appointment and head to Pownal. The current exhibit at June LaCombe Sculpture is called “Clarity 2020” and features elegant stainless steel sculptures by Stephen Porter, along with the work of 30 other New England artists.

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Post a song on Quarantine Karaoke
Anytime. Quarantine Karaoke Facebook page
Who knew that when Brewer resident Joe Meyers launched his Quarantine Karaoke page in March on Facebook that it would grow to more than 700,000 members from all around the world? The party literally never stops and musicians of all ages and stripes continue to flock to it, posting clips of themselves singing popular songs and originals, too. Some even play instruments, and at any given moment, you’ll find several of them streaming entire shows from the page. Isn’t it time you get in on the fun?

“Marianas Trench” by Scott C. Sickles features several cast members, including Jon Okabayashi. Photo by Joel Garland, Courtesy of Portland Stage.

31st annual Little Festival of the Unexpected
7 p.m. Friday and June 11. Facebook.com/portlandstage
Portland Stage isn’t letting the coronavirus put a stop to its annual event that offers a supportive environment for playwrights to develop their work and gives audience members a unique look at the creative process. This year’s Little Festival of the Unexpected will be presented as a livestream. Catch digital readings and discussions of “Mariana’s Trench” by Scott C. Sickles at 7 p.m. on Friday and “What Comes Next” by Jonathan Spector at 7 p.m. on June 11.


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