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Event Calendars

Event Calendars

The Bollard is a monthly independent news and arts publication, featuring news, reviews, and music and theater listings.

The Children’s Museum and Theatre of Maine calendar of events includes story hours and science challenges for the younger set and a guide to current exhibits.

Friends of Congress Square Park is a local nonprofit that maintains, beautifies, and holds over 200 arts related events over the course of their season in Congress Square Park, right in the heart of Portland's downtown.

Maine Art Scene has listings for exhibits, performances, classes, lectures, and concerts across the state.

The Maine College of Art (MECA) site offers news and event listings, upcoming visiting artists, and a schedule of current and upcoming exhibitions.

Maine Gallery + Studio Guide has a calendar with gallery openings and other arts events in Portland and beyond.

Maine Public's community calendar includes both free and ticketed arts, cultural, community, health & wellness, and kid-friendly events statewide. 

Maine Today, the publisher of multiple Maine daily & weekly newspapers including the Portland Press Herald and Maine Sunday Telegram, curates an online calendar of events taking place all over the state. 

Nickelodeon Cinemas in downtown Portland offers a selection of both blockbuster and indie films (and on Tuesdays, all shows are only $5). 

One Longfellow Square's events calendar features live musical performances, film screenings, theater and dance productions, and community events.

The Portland Conservatory of Music offers a comprehensive event calendar which includes their Noonday Concert series, Dimensions in Jazz series, two festivals (Back Cove Contemporary Music + Early Music Festival) and numerous special events throughout the year. 

Portland Museum of Art lists their current and upcoming events and exhibitions, as well as their schedule of PMA movies.

Portland Old Port is based in the bustling, historic Old Port neighborhood and covers the abundant and varied opportunities in Southern Maine for both residents and tourists. They find the best, most interesting options when it comes to dining, nightlife, entertainment, arts, culture, and more. 

Portland Ovations presents an array of performing artists from around the world spanning classical music, jazz, opera, dance, theater, spoken word, and touring Broadway shows. 

Portland Public Library’s calendar listings include author talks, story hours for children, film screenings, art openings, computer tutoring sessions, Lego club meetings, and everything in between!

Portland Stage, the city’s leading professional theater, provides a calendar of all upcoming performances scheduled for their venue. 

Portland Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming performances calendar and online video library showcasing past and future performances.

Portland's Downtown's events calendar provides a list of goings-on downtown, from Portland Stage and Portland Symphony Orchestra performances to job fairs, book groups, and food-related events.

Rad Plaid is Portland’s Live Local Music Calendar, supporting the local music scene with smart event suggestions based on your favorite artists. Create or Follow upcoming events, hear previews, get thoughtful updates, and more.

The University of Southern Maine's Southworth Planetarium has a monthly events calendar of laser and educational star shows.

SPACE, a nonprofit, multidisciplinary gallery and performance space, provides schedules of its upcoming events and exhibitions

Visit Portland, the official tourism site for the Greater Portland region, hosts a calendar listing local fairs, festivals, sporting events, concerts, art walks, and entertainment around the state of Maine.