SPECIAL EVENTS & FILMS
Sun. June 25 @ 5:30 PM DEERTREES ‘Open House’with a concert performance by ‘Downeast Brass’ @ 7:00 PM Fundraiser.
Come and collect a season brochure, view the artwork, tour the theatre and see the improvements and enter special competitions for tickets. A B-B-Q will be fired-up, provided by The Harrison Fire Department, (come and support them) refreshments will be available – so bring a picnic enjoy the fun sound of Downeast Brass and help us get the 81st Year underway.
Concert Tickets: $10 & $5
Thur. June 29 @ 7:30 PM Film. 'The Northeast By Eastern' - film, history and live music combine to illustrate a way of life from a simpler, more patient, yet enterprising American era. Film & Music by Sumner McKane. Live Music by Sumner McKane & Josh Robbin. This will be the third year this unique evening has taken place at Deertrees - each time with a new film project.
Fri. Aug. 04 LOBSTER ROLL FRIDAY Fundraiser.
Deertrees Theatre’s Annual Lobster Roll Sale. For just $12 donation you will enjoy a lobster roll, bag of chips, and a cookie. Proceeds to be used to support music and theatrical performances. A great way to support Deertrees!
Order your rolls by July 28th. To order call Barb at 207-583-4445.
Sat. Aug 05 @ 7:30 PM Special Event. '"Good Evening and Welcome to Your Appointment With Fear"
Do you like your summer evenings spiced with a chilling tale? Are you the person that spies faces in the woods? Is every creak in your summer cottage a sign of something beyond...?
Then we have the very night of stories, music, and flickering lights for you!!! Enjoy the talents
of a number of Master Storytellers and actors as their "bring to life" ghost stories, campfire tales, mystery books, and the tales from the other side. Suitable for the whole family...if you dare!!! Camp blankets and flashlights are heavily encouraged.
All Tickets: $16
Tue. Aug. 15 @ 7:30 PM Film. "The Home Road"
Film screening and discussion with filmmaker
In 1845, 19-year-old Israel Shevenell left his home in Canada and walked nearly 200 miles to Biddeford, Maine. He found work as a brick maker and is recognized as the city’s first permanent French-Canadian settler and French voter. In 2015, his 74-year-old great-great-grandson, Ray Shevenell, retraced the pioneering journey, walking from Compton, Quebec to Biddeford. Tonya Shevenell tells their stories in her first documentary film, The Home Road.
All Tickets: $16
TBD Dec. 2017 @3:00 PM Fundraiser. "A DEERTREES CHRISTMAS"