Saturday, August 17, 2013

The Second Full Moon Dinner at the Freight Shed – Great food and a very full moon!

Full Buck Moon over the Kennebec
July 22, 2013

The Bath Freight Shed Alliance held its second Full Moon Dinner fundraiser under a very visible and brightly shining "Full Buck Moon" last Saturday, July 22nd. With all the sliding doors open and the moon rising over the Kennebec, some 50 guests enjoyed an exciting meal prepared by Chef Ray Franklyn of Solo Bistro of Bath. Will and Pia Nielson, owners of Solo Bistro, provided the food and drink with support from vendors at the Bath Farmers Market.

Friday, August 2, 2013

Calling All Hands on Deck!

We're in the thick of putting down a rough board floor in the Freight Shed and would be so grateful for some volunteers to give us a hand -- an hour, maybe two of your time would be so helpful!
New Floor Boards July 2013
If you have any time to spare this Friday, August 2nd between 8 am and 4 pm or on Sunday, August 4th between noon and 4 pm -- we would be so grateful for your time... and energy!

If you think you can make it, please email Wiebke.

Thanks so much!

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Full Moon Art Show featuring the evocative photography of Johannah Harkness.

Old Saw in Freight Shed
Johannah Harkness
The Bath Freight Shed Alliance invites you to join them on August 16 from 6 to 7 PM to open an exhibit of the evocative photography of Johannah Harkness. The show will be open Saturday 8/17 from 9 to 12 PM.

My Trip Abroad
Johannah Harkness
Johannah has been enthralled since the age of six with the magic of the camera image and the power of creation.. Her work ranges from literal portraits to narrative and allegorical works. Her recent work includes several images of the Freight Shed , which she first visited last summer. "I was instantly drawn to the type of eerily beautiful light there that often seeps into and haunts venerable spaces.…out of this came the inspiration for work that will be featured during the August Full Moon Dinner," says Harkness. A private showing will be part of the celebration at the Dinner on August 20 (the dinner is sold out).

A portion of the proceeds from the show will be donated to the Freight Shed.