Upcoming Events

Brian Dewan, Singer and Player of Accordion and Electro-Harp

May 27, 7PM
Reversing Hall
4 Leighton Point Rd, Pembroke


Reversing Hall will host legendary performer Brian Dewan for a collection of songs chosen for the occasion. He may even play a few from the album he produced with Greenhorns "Songs of the Patrons of Husbandry” from the 1880’s Grange songbook. FREE EVENT

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The GREENHORNS believe we humans must reform agriculture to survive on this planet. Our mission is to create a welcoming cultural space and a practical professional resource for those new to ecological farming. We make books, films, radio, parties, symposia, workshops, networking and online curriculum. We are based in rural Maine where we farm and host campers, researchers, media producers, artists and collaborators. Our community is the international movement of LA VIA CAMPESINA. Our activism helps us express our solidarity with future generations and the non-human world. Come! We can do it together.

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  • Cinema Night at Reversing Hall

    May 25 2022  7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    4 Leighton Point Rd, Pembroke, ME 04666, USA

    Join us each Wednesday night for a film in Reversing Hall! Refreshments provided. Open to the public.

  • Brian Dewan Music Performance

    May 27 2022

    "Songs of the Patrons of Husbandry” and “ Songs of Land and Sea”

    Join the fan club of eclectic accordion / electro harp at Reversing Hall!

    Time TBD

  • Spring Wild Chef Masterclass with Hilary Kennedy

    May 27 2022

    Through tasting, movement, listening and seeing, connect with this local environment on Cobscook Bay. Join chef and dance artist Hilary Kennedy and Severine for a day of experiential, open movement scores/games along with tasting hyper local flavors. Workshop will be entirely outdoors. All are welcome.

    Hilary Kennedy is a chef and dancer living in Marin County, CA, ancestral home of the Coast Miwok. Her work with food is centered around celebrations and nourishing people in transition, especially new mothers. She has danced in studios and forests for 15+ years, with the likes of inspirations such as Anna Halprin, Sara Shelton Mann, Lisa Nelson, and Margit Galanter.

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