fun. came to town on Halloween. But it was more than a costumed concert. The show was presented by Campus Consciousness as a benefit for Mainers United For Marriage. Photos by Nichole Jandreau and Dylan Paradis.
They ate good food, downed good drinks and supported Garbage to Garden curbside composting during Harvest in the Hood on Oct. 21.
It was a cross-town tour of Portland’s pizza with PortSports Social Club.
Crafty costumers turned out to party – and raise funds for Goodwill Industries of Northern New England – during the annual Ghoulwill Ball on Oct. 20.
A good wife is lightweight and not easily dropped. At least it helps during a wife-carrying competition. Fifty teams competed in the annual event at Sunday River on Oct. 6. Some duos went down. But all crossed the finish line…some dirtier than others. FMI: www.sundayriver.com
Thousands turned out for the annual Common Ground Fair in Unity from Sept. 21-23. The fair included tons of demos, organic food and event a “Weed Dating” event, which allowed single farmers to meet and connect while they weeded a garden. FMI: www.mofga.org/theFair
Fine summer weather and good outdoor music brought folks into Monument Square for the weekly Alive at Five free summer concert series.
The Santas of Maine came out it force (along with plenty of reindeer, elves, a lamp, a few Christmas trees and a dude wearing wrapping paper for Santacon 2011 – an annual bar crawl through Portland. FMI on the 2012 event: Santacon Portland 2012