Stockford Park

Description Lower Water Street
Lubec
Maine
04652
USA

Located on the Lubec Narrows, just south of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt International Bridge, the Park is the home of Valerian Jikia's "Beyond the Horizon" - Lubec's stop along the Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium Trail. This beautiful setting features a stage, picnic tables, the Sculpture and a beautiful view of the Bridge and Campobello. At the other end of the park is the stage, which features a mural of Lubec by local artist Sherry Ashby. Summer concerts sponsored by the Lubec Area Musicians Philanthropic Society (LAMPS) and Cobscook Bay Music benefit local charities.

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Jason Roach is perhaps best known as the thunderous keyboard guy with Coig, but he's an outstanding visual artist too. Have a look at Outer Strathspace Folk Art for an otherworldly mix of bird-sea-music something. I like it so much I even overlook someone's penchant for referring to various bird species as "seagull."

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The Stockford Park stage - mural by Sherry Ashby - http://sherryashby.com/

Putep’s Tale: The Lost Finback Whale of Lubec, Maine

Putep's Tale, by Rhonda Welcome and Chuck Kniffen, tells the true tale of a finback whale that washed up on the shore of Lubec, Maine and how it has become a part of the community. With illustrations by Andrew Long, artwork by Sherry Ashby and performed by Kit Rodgers, the book is brought to life by Maine Public Television.

Purchase the book at Turtle Dance Totems

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