This high-energy, family-friendly show will thrill and amaze you, so don’t miss out.
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If you’re gearing up for an awesome Super Bowl party, make sure you stop by Whole Foods on Saturday from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. The Beer Buyer there will share his favorite brews with you to make sure you have everything you need to host a fantastic event your friends will be talking about for a long time! The event is free, and for more information you can call 207-774-7711.
For the local sports fans, head to the Maine Mall in South Portland tomorrow to meet the Red Claws and get their autographs! The team will be at the mall from 3 – 5 p.m. While you’re there, you can make Valentines for your friends or for a senior in a local nursing home (the cards will be distributed on Valentine’s Day). This fun-filled event will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Maine.
Tonight: “Warriors Don’t Cry” a powerful one-woman play about overcoming violence and discrimination in 1957, 7:30 p.m. at Hannaford Hall, University of Southern Maine. Tickets are $25.
Friday, Jan. 20: Portland Performing Arts Festival Public Announcement and Open House, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the Rines Auditorium at the Portland Public Library to learn about schedules, performances, and upcoming events.
Friday, Jan. 20: Portland Pirates vs. Springfield, 7 p.m. at the Cumberland County Civic Center, 1 Civic Center Square. Tickets here
Saturday, Jan. 21: Go celebrate a full-day workshop of fun dance classes and yoga with Bright Star World Dance. Schedule of dance times and packages here
Sunday, Jan. 22: Maine Red Claws vs. Erie Bay Hawks at 12 p.m., The Portland Expo. Tickets here
Monday, Jan. 23: Rhythm, Verse, and Rhyme: Songwriting For Beginners. Bring your kids (grades 3-5) to teach them to explore their creativity through song! The Telling Room, 225 Commercial Street from 4 – 5:30 p.m. For more information, click here
You knew it was coming, and thankfully the Maine Red Claws, the new NBA Development League (D-League) team based here in Portland has finally announced the team will be affiliated with two parent clubs, the Boston Celtics and the Charlotte Bobcats of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Great news for one as fans will be able to enjoy the development of young prospects with hopes of joining the home town favorite Boston Celtics, and the possibility that certain players with the parent club now can be sent to work on their skills in Portland with the Maine Red Claws throughout the long NBA 82 game season (the D-League plays 48 games).
Also, the Charlotte Bobcats being a fairly new team in the NBA, have a rather young team and continue to draft young talent to develop, which should be great for the fans here in Portland. Both the Celtics and the Bobcats have great management, coaching, and former NBA stars working on the staffs of these teams in Michael Jordan, Doc Rivers, and Danny Ainge to name a few. Word has it that you might just happen to see one of them, or a former Boston Celtics great at an upcoming game this season. Keep your eyes and ears tuned as the inaugural season for the Maine Red Claws promises to be one to remember!