Plenty of room. And plenty of fun. Whether you’re at home or out and about, you can still enjoy the best of Maine. Check out these upcoming events for things to do while socially distancing.
WEEKLY HAPPENINGS / October 26 – November 2
October 26 – November 2
Location: Glidden Point Oyster Farms, Edgecomb, 11 am – 5 pm daily
Visit this working oyster farm along the shores of the Damariscotta River. The Farm Store and outdoor patio are still open! So bundle up and have a shuck at your own oyster experience! Maine craft beers are available. Friendly, well-behaved dogs are allowed. Masks are required and social distancing guidelines are in place.
October 27 – 31
Location: Goughan’s Farm, Caribou, 10 am to 5 pm
The annual corn maze is a fall tradition at this Aroostook County farm. Social distancing guidelines are in place and masks are required in certain areas. Check the website for pricing and be sure to grab a handmade ice cream cone in the haunted dairy bar! There are also lots of goodies in the farm store.
Location: Portland Stage, Portland, 7:30 pm
This romantic comedy, set in 1944, explores the complexities of human connection and the different forms that relationships can take. Portland Stage is one of a handful of theaters across the country endorsed by the Actors’ Equity Association to produce live theater for a live audience. Strict social-distancing guidelines are in place and masks are required. Ticket prices start at $35 and can be purchased online.
October 30 – November 1
Location: Bridgton Twin Drive-in Theater, Bridgton. Check movie times on Facebook Page
Halloween Classics all weekend including "Hocus Pocus," "Halloween (2018)," and "Corpse Bride." Concession stand is open and Covid guidelines are in place. Open rain or moonshine.
October 30 – 31
Location: The Grand Theater, Ellsworth, 7 pm - Midnight
Enter if you dare! Terror Theater is sure to make you scream, jump, and want to turn around, but there is only one way out. Timed tickets ($10 each) must be purchased in advance. Masks are required, limited number of participants per visit. Not recommended for small children.