EAC’s 14th annual Festival of Trees will boast an expanded raffle of giftable items, adding a layer of excitement to the hour’s silent auction of tabletop trees. EAC is grateful for this year’s array of raffle items—wearables, artwork, gourmet treats, ornaments and more—donated by the following individuals and businesses:
Phoenix Fine Wines; the Tides Institute & Museum of Art; Amy Ray/Bingville Vintage Wear & Art; Don Dunbar/Eastern Maine Images; Raye’s Mustard; Meg McGarvey/The Commons; Eastport Breakwater Gallery; Jean Pegrum; Donna Parlin; Kate Devonshire/Mainely Sea Debris; Christina Smith/The Christina Gallery; Nia Aretakis; Ann Cannizzaro; Monique Claverie/Cobscook Stitches; Lora Whelan; Nancy Harrison; Lynn Dorner/Boutique; On the Corner Sauces; Sunshine Lola and Ann Dalton.

Seaweed artwork by Amy Ray/Bingville Vintage Wear & Art.
Brie baker donated by Eastport Breakwater Gallery.

The event will be held from 5-6 pm, Saturday, December 9; all are welcome to join in for this community event, which benefits EAC’s year-round programs for all ages. Pianist Chris Farr will perform holiday instrumentals, and refreshments will be offered.

Raye’s Mustard donated a ‘sandwich pack’.
Tide Catcher donated by Meg McGarvey/The Commons.

Eastport Arts Center is at 36 Washington Street, Eastport, and at www.eastportartscenter.org, and is handicapped-accessible. EAC abides by the State of Maine CDC COVID guidelines, revisiting our policy monthly. At this time, the use of masks in our building is optional.