Thursday, June 24

Opening Day of the Museums 
Eveleth-Crafts-Sheridan Historical House, Moosehead’s Outdoor Heritage & Lumbermen’s Museums,
The Center for Moosehead History
1950s Mocktails & Tales — Annual Members Meeting at ECS, 444 Pritham Avenue, Greenville Junction, Me.

Saturday, July 10

Logging Towboats & Boom Jumpers with Roger Moody, 6:30 pm at The Center for Moosehead History

Wednesday – Monday, July 21-26

15th Annual Thoreau Wabanaki Trail Festival
Wed, July 21: All About Moose with Lee Kantar, Maine’s Moose Expert, 6:30 pm
Thurs, July 22: Solar System Modeling with John Meader, Northern Star Planetarium, 9:30 am
Thurs, July 22: Penobscot Sense of Place with James Francis, Tribal Historian, 6:30 pm
Thurs, July 22: Night Sky Tour with John Meader, Lily Bay State Park, 10 pm – midnight ** Pre-Registration Required
Friday, July 23: Nature walk & Ungava Trek with Alexandra Conover Bennett, 9:30 am & 4:30 pm
Saturday – Monday, July 24-26: Last Leg of Thoreau’s Trip with Penobscot Guides ** Pre-Registration Required
by special arrangement with Penobscot Nation on the Penobscot River
Festival in partnership with Maine Woods Forever, Lily Bay State Park, Natural Resource
Education Center, the Penobscot Nation Cultural and Historic Preservation Dept.
, Greenville Consolidated School

Friday, Aug. 6, 6:30 pm

Friends of Wilson Pond 30th Anniversary
Members Program in the Community Theatre, The Center for Moosehead History

August, Date TBD

Bobby Harris & Band
Family Bring-Your-Own Picnic, on the lawn at the Eveleth-Crafts-Sheridan House, 5:30pm

Wednesday, Aug. 18

B-52 “Final Mission The North Woods” program and book signing with author
Joseph Wax in partnership with Shaw Public Library, 7-8 pm

Saturday, August 14

Forest Heritage Days
Logging History & Heritage
Day long activities for the entire family, outside at Greenville Consolidated School, Pritham Ave.
The Game of Logging
Colby Woodman’s Team Demonstration
Children’s programs
Tours at The Center for Moosehead History, Lumbermen’s & Outdoor Heritage Museums
For more details, visit http://www.ForestHeritageDays.com.

Saturday, Aug. 21

Cookbook Creations from Yesteryear with Jolene Staruch at ECS 3:30 pm
Depot Celebration
MHS Ladies in Waiting Display

Thursday – Saturday, Sept. 9-12

International Seaplane Fly-In
Moosehead Aviation Museum & B-52 Crash Tragedy, open at The Center for Moosehead History
Moosehead’s Outdoor Heritage, open at 444 Pritham Ave

Anni Clark in Concert
At The Center for Moosehead History Community Hall, 7 pm
Tickets $12 in advance; $15 at the door. Call to order, 207-695-2909.

Saturday, November 27 ??

Deck the Halls Open House at The Center for Moosehead History

Saturday, December 11, 1 pm

Victorian Tea with Jolene Staruch,
four course luncheon in traditionally decorated Eveleth-Crafts-Sheridan Historical House

Maine Native Anni Clark Opens Spring on Moosehead Lake with
A Concert of the Heart
at The Center for Moosehead History

Saturday, May 22

GREENVILLE — Well-known balladeer Anni Clark is no stranger to Moosehead Lake.  She’s played to wide audiences here dozens of times. But not since the COVID-19. And not since she fell into the freezing lake a year ago in Rockwood and almost didn’t live to tell about it. Now, she’s back — inspired by the hardships of this past year to release her first full studio album in 18 years. And, she said, there’s no better place to debut A Concert of the Heart than right here in Greenville.

“It’s such a pleasure to bring Anni back. Her Heart premieres at The Center for Moosehead History’s Community Hall on Saturday, May 22, at 7 pm. We’re super lucky to have her grace our theatre again, and bring some light and air back,” said Suzanne AuClair, executive director of the Moosehead Historical Society.  

Advance tickets are $12 by calling MHS at 207-695-2909. $15 at the door. Proceeds will be shared between Anni and the Historical Society, so this will be a great support to both. For this first foray into a spring celebration, in a new way, only a limited number of tickets will be sold. Seating will be safely distanced, masks required in the building until seated.

Anni has thrilled audiences at The Birches Resort and at Blair Hill Inn. New England Performer Magazine said of her, “Clark’s music is right up there with her mentors. Joni, Rickie and Bonnie, move over. Make room for Anni.”

Said Anni, “The Community Theatre is a beautiful historic venue & I can’t wait to perform here again…it’s been a long time.”