Learning isn’t just for babies. If you find yourself thinking, “I’ve always wanted to ____, but I don’t know how” we’re here to help. Beekeeping? Paddle boarding? How about burlesque? Whatever your dream, there are a lot of cheap classes and workshops in Maine this spring. Here are our top picks:
Arcadia National Bar will have about a dozen pinball machines and another dozen arcade games, a 10-stool bar, a grilled cheese menu. The Preble Street “barcade” will finally give you something to *do* when you have to burn 20 minutes downtown.
The spring cleaning is our responsibility. It’s a solid “thank you, ma’am” to Mother Nature (who, blizzards and spring snowfalls aside, is pretty darn good to us).
Running is hard and painful, but there’s something motivating about a race. Especially for people like me who think walking down Congress Street is a competition. At $1.33 a race, the Back Cove 5K summer running series is where it’s at.
Obviously our favorite things here at mainetoday.com are animals and cake. April’s art walk features: animals, cake and animals with cakes. HECK YES.