Other News & Events for September

There is always something happening at the Abbe, and this fall and winter are no exception! Please visit our online calendar for more details.

If you aTea & Popsre in the MDI area this week, make sure to visit Jordan Pond (or the Downtown Abbe in the case of rain) between 11:00-4:00 on Wednesday (September 14) where Passamaquoddy birch bark artist David Moses Bridges will be presenting with his birch bark canoe! Or stop by the Downtown Abbe Museum on Friday, September 15th between 10:00-11:00 to visit with artist Erik Sappier, Penobscot, as he demonstrates the art of chip carving. And popular annual events such as Tea, Popovers, & Archaeology or the Native American Film Series are quickly approaching, so make sure to mark your calendar now!

There are also a number of upcoming Wabanaki events that are open to the public. The following links are a sample of some upcoming activities and recent articles that may interest you. Know of more? Feel free to post them on our Facebook page!

MIBA Events

Next Up: Common Ground Country Fair

Native American Arts Area

September 23, 24, & 25

Micmac Farmers Market

10-6, Monday-Saturday during the growing season.

Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians

31st Annual Recognition Day Celebration

Saturday, September 17

Events scheduled 8:00-400 at the Recognition Day Field (Bell Road)

Community Feast & Bonfire 5pm at Maliseet Gym (Foxcroft Road)

All Welcome!

Exhibit Opening September 24 at the Hudson Museum

Transcending Traditions:

The Next Generation and Maine Indian Basketry

Coming to the Abbe in May 2012

Collaborative Seeks Help to Keep

Penobscot Artifacts in Maine

in Maine Ahead

Read Stories in the Rock about petroglyphs in Maine in the

October Issue of Downeast Magazine...on stands now!

Exhibit Evokes Gilded Age Dichotomy

in the Mount Desert Islander

Museum Marks Decade Downtown

in the Mount Desert Islander

Abbe Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary with Free Admission

in the Bar Harbor Times

Passamaquoddy artist honored nationally,

puts basketry on the map

in the Bangor Daily News