Danish Arts Center to host events this weekend | Organizations / Clubs
DENMARK, Maine – The Denmark Arts Center to host two events this weekend
Neveah Dance Circus Family Fun Day will be held on Saturday, July 24 from 10 a.m. to noon. at Bicentennial Park at Firelane 98 in Denmark, Maine, across from the Denmark Arts Center.
Paul Doiron and Kristen Lindquist will be featured on the Author’s Series on Sunday, July 25 at 4 p.m.
Nevaeh Dance Circus is the creation of sisters Nettie and Hannah Gentempo. The two women founded the group in 2005, when they were still teenagers. In 2016, the sisters changed the company from Nevaeh Dance Co. to Nevaeh Dance Circus. Together, Nettie and Hannah Gentempo have created their own world.
After Neveah Dance Circus, Molly Ockett’s school band Kajemo will perform a summer set in the park. Band members include Kai Cannon-Steele (bass guitar), Asa Dickinson (drums), John Callen (trombone), Emmett Lounsbury (trumpet), Maks Bondarev (baritone horn and Oren Monteith (guitar).
Thanks to the generosity of the Kendal C. & Anna Ham Charitable Foundation, the Maine Bicentennial Commission, the Davis Family Foundation and the Town of Denmark, the 2021 camps are free.
The Family Fun Day is paying this summer. Pre-registration is required.
Author Doiron and poet Lindquist will read excerpts from their works on Sunday with story and narrative poetry that respond, bounce and complement each other.
Doiron is the author of the Mike Bowditch detective story series, including “The Poacher’s Son”, which won the Barry Award and the Strand Critics Award for Best First Novel and was nominated for an Edgar Award, an Anthony Award, a Macavity Award. , and a Thriller Award for Best First Novel, and the Maine Literary Award for “Best Fiction of 2010”. PopMatters named it in their list of the best fiction of 2010. Doiron can give a preview of his new book called Dead by Dawn released on June 29th.
Funded with support from the Maine 200 Bicentennial Commission, the Kendal C. & Anna Ham Charitable Foundation, and the Maine Humanities Council.
The Denmark Arts Center will be held inside the Arts Center at 50 W. Main St.
The arts center will follow CDC guidelines for outdoor events.