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Welcome toSouthern Midcoast Maine

Miles of pristine coastline offer sandy beaches, ocean vistas, historic lighthouses and fresh lobster. Vibrant downtowns provide endless choices for shopping, dining, lodging, recreation and entertainment. Explore Maine's Mid Coast area by starting with this website! For more information, please feel free to contact us at any time.

Upcoming Major Events

2014-2015 Events at Orion Performing Arts Center

The Orion Performing Arts Center (OPAC), a beautiful 900-seat venue inside Mt. Ararat Middle School in Topsham, Maine, serves the entire Midcoast area. It is the largest performance space in the region and has exceptional acoustics. Orion hosts school shows, professional productions, conferences, community meetings, music, dance concerts, and more. The Orion is open to artists outside the community. From ballet to ballroom, rap to rhapsody, improvisational comedy to full-fledged theater productions, the Orion Performing Arts Center offers a vibrant and inviting space (air-conditioned in summer!) for artists to share their work. OPAC is also available to groups and businesses for conferences and meetings of all kinds, with rooms for workshops and food service, and wireless internet throughout the facility. Check the website or facebook for what's going on and rental info.
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Hiring Maine's Heroes Job Fair

Mid Coast Maine has the highest concentration of veterans, retirees, and family members in Maine. Former NASB workers – many of whom are former service members – are still looking for their next career. For the third year the SMMC will conduct the “Hiring Maine’s Heroes” job fair. 42 Employers with immediate jobs available will be present. It is Wednesday, November 12, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 2 Columbus Drive, Brunswick. The first hour, 10 - 11 a.m. is for Veterans only and then the fair is open to the general public at 11 a.m.


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