11aug7:00 pm9:00 pmEvent CancelledRick Bass and live music7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST
Dear Friends of Mechanics' Hall, We're writing to inform you that we have had to cancel our event with Rick Bass, Halcyon & special guest artists. We're deeply disappointed, as
Dear Friends of Mechanics’ Hall,
We’re writing to inform you that we have had to cancel our event with Rick Bass, Halcyon & special guest artists. We’re deeply disappointed, as we are sure you are. With the rising COVID numbers, we want to honor and respect concerns expressed by our partners about this indoor performance where some participants would not be able to wear masks. All tickets have been fully refunded.
Mechanics’ has other live programs and events coming up for which we are currently planning to move forward, so please check out our calendar of events.
We share your frustration with the ongoing pandemic and how it has upended many things we enjoy doing. We are grateful for your support and patience as we muddle our way through and continue to do all we can to keep our community safe.
Thanks in advance for your understanding, and don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions.
All our best,
The MH Team
Renowned author and environmentalist Rick Bass returns to Portland’s Mechanics’ Hall on Wednesday, August 11.
Bass, best known for his fiction and non-fiction story collections, will read from his recent work and discuss efforts to protect an ancient rainforest from the Black Ram logging project in northwest Montana’s Yaak Valley.
The evening will include performances by Halcyon String Quartet and to-be-announced special musical guests!
If you’d like to learn more about the Black Ram Project or make a donation to protect Montana’s Yaak Valley, visit yaakvalley.org To learn more about Maine’s role in this movement, visit protectancientforests.org
Tickets are $10 for members of Mechanics’ Hall and $15 for nonmembers. Seating is limited and pre-registration is required; purchase your tickets on Eventbrite here.
Membership with Mechanics’ Hall is free for students and starts at just $50 a year for individual memberships, which includes use of the library, free and discounted access to programs, and much more. Consider becoming a member today and helping to support programs like this.
(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST