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Stone Mountain Arts Center

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695 Dugway Rd, Brownfield, ME 04010
http://www.stonemountainartscenter....
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About Us So reading about a new arts center is not going to blow your socks off, make your jaw drop or even get your undies in a bunch like my not so classy husband might say. But this is not like any performing arts center, non profit withbored of di...read more
About Us So reading about a new arts center is not going to blow your socks off, make your jaw drop or even get your undies in a bunch like my not so classy husband might say. But this is not like any performing arts center, non profit withbored of directors, or fancily renovated city hall. This is a humble 200 seat timber frame music hall nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains in little Brownfield Maine... Brownfield that literally burned to the ground in the forties...Brownfield that has a post office and a corner store filled with snowmobilers or canoers depending on what time of year it is ...Brownfield where artists like Marty Stuart , Mary Chapin Carpenter, Bla Fleck, Capitol Steps, and Paula Poudstone might pass a trailer, a few cows, or the occasional loose horse on their way up the hill. Up the hill to the Stone Mountain Arts Center, next door to Vinnie the pizza guy who parked cars for us one night with a bow tie and a cane., or Dan Sheas house who put the red clapboards up on this barn only 8 months ago......or Irving Potters grand farm, who is referred to in a closing song of the monthly Stone Mountain LIVE Variety Show: Well weve come to the end of our little show Please drive safe and please drive slow As you drive down the hill please check out your brakes We dont want you to run into Irving Potters place. (in full chorus).
 
 

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About Us So reading about a new arts center is not going to blow your socks off, make your jaw drop or even get your undies in a bunch like my not so classy husband might say. But this is not like any performing arts center, non profit withbored of directors, or fancily renovated city hall. This is a humble 200 seat timber frame music hall nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains in little Brownfield Maine... Brownfield that literally burned to the ground in the forties...Brownfield that has a post office and a corner store filled with snowmobilers or canoers depending on what time of year it is ...Brownfield where artists like Marty Stuart , Mary Chapin Carpenter, Bla Fleck, Capitol Steps, and Paula Poudstone might pass a trailer, a few cows, or the occasional loose horse on their way up the hill. Up the hill to the Stone Mountain Arts Center, next door to Vinnie the pizza guy who parked cars for us one night with a bow tie and a cane., or Dan Sheas house who put the red clapboards up on this barn only 8 months ago......or Irving Potters grand farm, who is referred to in a closing song of the monthly Stone Mountain LIVE Variety Show: Well weve come to the end of our little show Please drive safe and please drive slow As you drive down the hill please check out your brakes We dont want you to run into Irving Potters place. (in full chorus).