Kentucky Bourbon workshop on September 30

The History and Culture of Kentucky Bourbon

Friday September 30, 6:00-9:00 PM
9 Friendship St. Waldoboro

This short one-night course will cover questions such as:

  • Why Kentucky?
  • How is Bourbon made?
  • What is the difference between Bourbon, Irish and Scotch whiskey?
  • What was the whiskey rebellion and why is it an important part of Bourbon history?
  • How did prohibition affect Bourbon production?

The second part of the course will review the evolution of the Bourbon industry; especially the rise in it’s popularity in recent years.

There will be an optional bourbon tasting during intermission.

In case of questions, contact instructor Scott Byrd.

Seating is limited; registration in advance is recommended. Register by contacting Medomak Arts board member Jann Minzy (or call/leave a message at 207-832-4774).

3rd Thursday potluck and new exhibit debut this Sep 15

Medomak Arts 3rd Thurdsday Potluck

Thursday, Sep 15, 5:30-8:00 PM
9 Friendship Road, Waldoboro

Medomak Arts will host a potluck supper on Thursday, Sep 15 to showcase the work of artist Stephen Jane and to celebrate The Space, Waldoboro's downtown community center available for events and workshops. Catch up with friends at the close of the busy summer. Event includes a raffle!

The Chief, Stephen Jane

The Chief, Stephen Jane

Mixed Media from artist Stephen Jane

Sep 15-Oct 14
9 Friendship Road, Waldoboro

Mixed media paintings by artist Stephen Jane will be on display starting Sep 15 at No. 9. Jane's work is rooted in the ideas of classical Taoism, the Tai Chi symbol and teachings of the I Ching. Open by chance or appointment.