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Join us as we celebrate our 3 year anniversary!

 
 

SATURDAY 4/26 7:00PM

COMMUNITY SHOWCASE!

Join The Dance Hall dancers, drummers and special guests

as they strut their stuff!


free and open to the public!








FRIDAY 4/25 7:30PM

4TH FRIDAY FORUM:

DJANGO (REINHARDT) UNLEASHED

Join Steve Roy, Taylor O’ Donnell and friends

for an evening of jazz at Le Hot Club de Dance Hall!


In celebration of Django Reinhardt and

Paris jazz scene of the ‘20‘s and 30's.


$12/advance    $15/door


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SATURDAY 5/3 7:30PM

CLASSIC VINYL LISTENING CLUB:

U2’S THE JOSHUA TREE


Celebrated Boston music writer Steve Morse returns to

The Dance Hall for a third vinyl listening event featuring

U2's groundbreaking album The Joshua Tree.

Joining Steve is well known Boston deejay John Laurenti

The Classic Vinyl Listening Club is an event that offers a

collective listening experience of classic vinyl records and

heralded first hand stories.


$12/advance  •   $15/door


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"U2's 'Joshua Tree' was one of the most exciting album releases of my 30-year career at the Boston Globe. I remember getting an advance copy and blasting it in my car while people pulled up alongside at traffic stops and asked what it was. It was U2's high-water mark in terms of sales, but also the most sophisticated statement of the band's spirituality and an absolute must-have for any serious rock fan." Steve Morse

Special Thank to Dave Archambault/ Vinyl Nirvana and Paul Tibbitts/Seacoast Audio

SUNDAY 5/4 3:00PM

PUBLIC FORUM: KITTERY GRANGE & FORESIDE STORY PROJEC
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Join Kim Sanborn, president of the trustees of the Kittery Historical and Naval Museum and Peter Michaud, architectural historian and preservationist and others for second community public forum of The Kittery Grange & Foreside Story Project.


A short film, Voices of the Grange- An examination of the agrarian beginnings of the Grange in 1867 and how it took root in Maine, will be shown and Kim Sanborn will do a presentation on the Foreside's working waterfront.


Bring your photos and stories to share!


Free and open to the public.

 
SATURDAY 5/10 8:00PM

PRIMO CUBANO

Primo Cubano plays traditional Cuban dance music dating back to the turn of the 20th Century. "Son" is the most popular style to come out of Cuba and is the primary contributor to the blend of Latin styles today known as Salsa. It was first a music of the country people and eventually migrated to Havana, where it was urbanized and began to draw a wider audience.


Featuring Portland’s Paul D’Alessio, Marc Chellemi, Lenny Hatch, Eric Winters and Duane Edwards.


$12/advance  •   $15/door


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