Read how you can be part of our Barn Raising Lobby Project
Waltzings for Dreamers New Music for FREE Series
New SMAC Season Pass ... good for one year
New times for Stone Mountain LIVE shows
SIX PACK Membership
Yankee Magazine's Editor's Choice Recession Session Event Series
Rooster Revue Luncheon Shows Recent Publicity
BARN RAISING for NEW LOBBY PROJECT... launched in May, 2010
A more than lovable and supportive "Barn Angel" helped us raise our 200 year old barn on Memorial Day Weekend. The barn will become our new spacious lobby with a breezeway connection to the Arts Center. Prior to the raising we had a peg sale to help raise additional funds needed to complete the project. Many responded but many more have said they would like to help. We now have a Sign our Giant Guitar offer available. Join David and Nancy Bromberg by purchasing space on our new handcrafted guitar that will hang in our new lobby. Click for more details about our new project complete with a link to purchase space for your signature on our Giant Guitar.
WALTZINGS FOR DREAMERS NEW MUSIC FOR FREE SERIES... launched in May, 2010
This series is supported by Carol Noonan's Latest Recording "Waltzing for Dreamers" in partnership with the kind sponsorship of Maine Beverage Company. Click for more details about the series and a link to purchase Carol's new "Waltzings for Dreamers" cd which supports this new concept.
SMAC SEASON PASS ... launched in March, 2010
Ask and you shall receive... the "SMACCER" Season Pass, a year long season pass, is almost too good to be true. It will enable you to attend almost any show at anytime for one whole year for one great price!! (with some reasonable restrictions. Only a handful being issued. Click for more details and an opportunity to order your online.
Stone Mountain LIVE time change ....
The doors will now open at 5:30 pm for all Stone Mountain LIVE evening shows . If you will be enjoying a Big Table Dinner, service will begin promptly at 6:00 pm and the show will begin at 7:30 pm. If you have a general admission ticket to these shows, please plan to arrive after 6:30 pm.
NEW ... SMAC SIX PACK MEMBERSHIP ....
Our loyal concert goers have been asking us for some sort of membership opportunity... so here it is! A limited number of SIX PACK Memberships will be sold, so act now. Your membership includes admission to 6 shows (valued at $50 each or less) and will include a complimentary pizza or salad at each of these shows (value up to $20 each). The membership expires when you have selected all six shows, and not before. Click for more details and an opportunity to order yours online.
SMAC was chosen as ...
YANKEE MAGAZINE'S Best of New England Editor's Choice for 2009
RECESSION SERIES Announced on April 21st, 2009 ....
A series of concerts bringing music to the country at ticket prices to fit every pocketbook presenting great musicians that may not yet be household names, but are really great and affordable. Tickets will be $13 per person for a really great night of music for a small ticket price. Be sure to check our Event Calendar for listings. Tickets will go fast for this series.
ROOSTER REVUE Luncheon Show Series
We launched a new lunch time show for groups of 50 or more. This is an exciting format for lunch for groups and for friends wanting to do something a little different and special. It is also an exciting alternative for those who do not want to travel to the Arts Center in the evening. Shows include a multi-course lunch, entertainment, gratuity and tax ... all for $40 per person. Some holiday shows may be more. Click to read more about the Rooster Revue.
- RECENT PUBLICITY ... Word about Stone Mountain Arts Center is literally being spread around the world.
Immediately following a May 15th concert by Capeverdean band, Ferro Gaita, a show review appeared on the website of Sodade Magazine, a quarterly promoting Capeverdean music worldwide.
The Boston Globe wrote about SMAC as "Far and Away Maines' Coziest Venue" which appeared in the May 10th Sunday paper.
Downeast Magazine and Portland Magazine both included feature stories about the Arts Center in their April, 2009 issues.............................
We're on TV - again!!!!!
Friday, March 6th "Main Street and Back Roads, Maine's Southwest Kingdom" Boston's WCVB TV's Chronicle Show aired for the first time at 7:30. If you missed the show, click the link to listen to them tell folks why internationally known musicians are showing up to play in a 200 seat theatre made out of an old barn in Brownfield, Maine. We hope you don't have to watch this segment for the answer!
C. Noonan and Jeff Flagg
(who as always, is behind me telling
me what to say.)