A non-profit arts cooperative. We operate Gallery 302 staffed by Guild members and exhibiting artists. A venue to purchase from local artists and artisans and holds numerous events such as the Student Art Show and Art in the Park. Serendipity Gift Shop is within Gallery 302.
We are a coop of local hand crafters that provide quality gifts to folks seasonally, opening memorial weekend through labor day. Our hours are 10am to 4pm seven days a week. We are active in our community and offer craft demos throughout the season. We are located in the former GAR (Grand Army of the Republic) Building behind Renys on the beautiful and historic depot street.We were founded by the late and very locally dedicated Eula Shorey with the vision to create teach and keep “handicraft” alive and flourishing for the generations to come. We are a charitable organization giving back to our community with each passing season. Things at BAC are ever changing and always improving with new members every year. If you have a unique craft that you are “handy” at please come in a see us. We would love to include you in our society!
In 1936 a marvelous opera house was built on the site of an old deer run in the forest above the village of Harrison, Maine. It was designed by Harrison G. Wiseman, a famous theatre architect with the instruction to, “Design the most technically perfect theatre possible”. Constructed of rose hemlock in the Adirondack Style with hand carved fixtures and near perfect acoustics, the then 350 seat, now 300 seat theatre was considered as fine as any on Broadway.
Now listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, Deertrees Theatre is operated as a non-profit Theatre and presents an eclectic offering of performances, both musical and theatrical and workshops.
As home to the Deertrees New Repertory Company, the Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival, the Back-Stage Art Gallery and the Salt Lick Café, Deertrees has become and remains, ‘Maine’s Most Enchanting Playhouse.’
We look forward to welcoming you.
Andrew Harris, Artistic & Executive Director
The Emilia Dahlin Quartet
Gene Bahr Wildlife Art Gallery is located on Route 107 in Sebago, 7 miles from Bridgton. Gene has a display of sporting classics which include fish and bird carvings, paintings in all mediums,as well as bronze sculpture. Gene is also a taxidermist and has bear rugs and moose heads for sale. Please call for an appointment.