Downtown Orono is going to be full of art for this year's Stillwater Artsapalooza! The event is coming back to the streets on Saturday, June 18 from 6 PM to 10 PM. This event is put on by Stillwater Community Arts is all about putting artists front and center for an evening of great entertainment where young artists are showcased throughout the college town of Orono and are featured at various locations throughout Orono.

Stillwater Community arts posted to Facebook last week about this year's date for their annual Artsapalooza happenings for 2022. We are saving the date and can't wait to see what comes to the streets of Orono. Of course, last year was a little different due to the pandemic.

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Last year, scattered across Orono parking lots that included Asa Adams, Family Dog, Orono Public Library, Orono Brewing Company, the steam plant, and at the Collins Center.Last year's artists included a fiddler, country vocalist, an indie soul band, drag performer, folk performers, and an electric band.

About Stillwater Community Arts

Stillwater Community Arts serves the Old Town, Orono and other area communities with opportunities to explore visual and performing arts. The mission of the organization is to 'stimulate, advance, and sustain' art by providing educational opportunities centered around the arts to the community. The organization is also focused on expanding awareness of culture, increasing access to art, and providing efforts in working with and help others gain appreciation of art in the Old Town area.

Follow this year's Stillwater Artsapalooza on the Stillwater Community Arts page on Facebook and get ready for some great talent to hit the streets of Orono this June!


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