Things to do: Theater, art and lots of Italian cookies

Breeding area at Topsham Fair. Gabe Souza / Personal photographer

Topsham Fair
from Tuesday to On Saturday. Topsham Fairgrounds Road Fairgrounds, $ 15.
The Topsham Fair has been around for 167 years, so the organizers know how to put on one hell of a fair. Pick your day and your group and make it happen. The middle of the path is full of carnival rides, and there will be every kind of fair food you can think of and endless amounts of cattle, live shows, harness races, demolition derbies and all kinds of more. activities that add up to a great time at Topsham.

Mai Hartwich in “The Spitfire Grill”. Photo courtesy of Hackmatack Playhouse

‘The Spitfire Grill’
8 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday, 2 p.m. Thursday. Until August 28. Hackmatack Playhouse, 583 School St., Berwick, $ 30, $ 25 for seniors, $ 15 for children and students 20 and under.
Hackmatack Playhouse presents the sentimental and humorous musical about a community working together for a fresh start. “The Spitfire Grill” stars Mary Lou Bagley as Hannah and Mai Hartwich as Percy. The show features the song “Come Alive Again”, and you’ll get to know and love restaurant owner Hannah and a young ex-convict named Percy, who is hired as a waitress. The themes of forgiveness and redemption shine brightly.

“Horse chestnut with tussock moth” by Rebecca Goodale. Image courtesy of the Chocolate Church Arts Center

Opening reception “Taproots”
5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Friday. Art gallery at the Chocolate Church Arts Center, 804 Washington St., Bath.
The Chocolate Church Arts Center gallery presents the “Taproots” exhibit featuring the work of Rebecca Goodale and Christopher Patch, with an opening reception Friday. The exhibition explores the art based on engraving and is revealed in books, sculpture, collage and painting. “Taproots” runs until September 25th and the gallery is open Tuesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The annual Italian Bazaar at St. Peter’s Church in Portland. Shawn Patrick Ouellette / Personal photographer

Italian bazaar of St. Peter’s Church
5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Outside St. Peter’s Church, 72 Federal St., Portland. On Facebook.
There won’t be any fat pole climbing this year, but there are still several good reasons to attend the Italian bazaar at St. Peter’s Church. The Annual Bazaar is a wonderful gathering of old and new friends, and you don’t have to be Italian to stock up on culinary delights. From sausages with peppers and onions to pasta and meatballs to pizza, there are many ways to feel full. Don’t forget your sweet tooth, as there will be more Italian cookies than you’ve probably ever seen in one place at once. There will also be live entertainment. Mama Mia!

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