ELDA FEEDS THE ENGINE

Join us for a very special evening of fine dining and camaraderie at elda, one of downtown Biddeford’s newest restaurants and arguably the finest, to support Engine in its mission to create vitality in our community by bringing the arts into downtown Biddeford. Experience a stunning xxx course meal prepared

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POSTPONED: Preparing for Sea Level Rise Now: April 4th

To keep the roads safe we are re-rescheduling this event for: !!Wednesday April  6-7:30pm!!  Interested in how sea level rise will impact your community over the next century?   Join us at Engine for a free presentation and discussion presented by the Gulf of Maine Research Institute.   This sea

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YORK COUNTY E-WEEK

York County is growing and attracting new residents and businesses every week. We are celebrating business owners and their entrepreneurial spirit during the week of February 16-23 in Biddeford during National Entrepreneurs week. Small business owners don’t always think of themselves as entrepreneurs but they take the same risks to

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING FILM SCREENING

In conjunction with Engine’s current exhibition Bought and Sold: Voices of Human Trafficking, Engine will screen two important films: Not My Life and Fields of Mudan on Saturday, February 10 starting at 5pm. 5pm: Not My Life (run time: 1 hr 24 minutes) by Robert Bilheimer, narrated by Glenn Close, is a

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CHILDREN’S THEATER RAPUNZEL

Join our cast of young aspiring actors from the area for our dress rehearsal and/or performance of Rapunzel, a fractured fairytale, adapted by Karen Boettcher-Tate. A fairy tale is one type of story under the heading of folk tales. So, what is a fractured fairy tale? It is a fairy

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