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Winter Theater Camp: Jack and the Bean Stalk (Sold Out!)

Waterville Opera House 1 Common Street, Waterville

Each year, Waterville Opera House partners with Missoula Children’s Theatre to offer week-long theater camp sessions in the winter and summer. The week includes auditions and rehearsals which provide children […]

$225
Recurring

Waterville Moves

Schupf Art Center 93 Main Street, Waterville

Waterville Moves is a bi-weekly series that invites you to move your body, share stories, and create connections through guided movements and dance making. This class can be a great […]

Free

Earth and Space Kit Activities

L.C. Bates Museum, Good Will-Hinckley 14 Easler Road, Hinckley

Learn about the upcoming April 8 solar eclipse and why eclipses happen. Try exploring solar NISE solar kits and experiments. Admission: $4 for adults, $1 for children.

$1 – $4

National Theatre Live: Skylight

Maine Film Center 93 Maine St, Waterville

Returning to the big screen after nearly ten years, Bill Nighy (Living) and Carey Mulligan (Promising Young Woman) feature in the critically acclaimed revival of David Hare’s play, directed by […]

Free – $16

Jack and the Beanstalk

Waterville Opera House 1 Common Street, Waterville

The Missoula Children’s Theatre presents Jack and the Beanstalk, an original adaptation of the classic children’s story. What happens when a young boy plants Wonder Beans in his own backyard? […]

$9 – $11

Mad Science

Children's Discovery Museum 7 Eustis Parkway, Waterville

Out-of-this-world, highly interactive, and fun demonstrations and experiments. ***Click here for more info and to register***

$10
Recurring

Richard III

Fairfield House of Pizza 207 Main Street, Fairfield +2 more

Now is the winter of our discontent..." begins the last of Shakespeare’s histories. This tragedy leads to the tyrannical and murderous ascent of Richard III to England's crown during the […]

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