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Guide for Conference Attendees

A Guide for Conference Attendees

Based at the Collins Center for the Arts, in Orono, the MICA conference will provide resources and training for artists, arts administrators, arts educators, and community leaders.

To help you decide what you may want to take in during this conference we have created some pages to guide you. We have broken them down in five simple categories: Arts Education, General Interests, Organizations, Performing Arts and Visual Arts.

Below you will find a brief introduction to each segment and a link to all of the details contained within that description.

11 Central

11 Central Street
Creating a comfortable environment for the community’s downtown guests & residents to gather, eat and be merry!
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Big Easy

24 Broad Street
With great jazz, blues and zydeco music the sights and sounds of New Orleans is happening right in the center of downtown Bangor.
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1 Central Street
A Panini, wine and espresso bar located in historic downtown Bangor.
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Hero's Sports Grill and Entertainment Center

41 Washington Street
Sports Grill and entertainment center: featuring all the biggest games on their big screen TVs and a diverse menu.
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Ipanema Bar & Grill

10 Broad Street
Ipanema Bar & Grill offers stunning Caribbean-inspired food and drink.
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96 Hammond Street
Owned and operated by Massimo Ranni and his wife Anne Marie, Massimo's has quickly become a favorite of local diners.
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Nocturnem Draft Haus

56 Main Street
Featuring the fine beers paired with some artisan-style, simply prepared, locally sourced food.
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Paddy Murphy's Pub

26 Main Street
This is an Irish style bar with great food, fine beer, and weekly entertainment.
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Sea Dog Brewing Co.

26 Front Street
Serving a full menu of handcrafted ales and creative pub fare with a flair
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The Fiddlehead Restaurant

84 Hammond Street
Eat local, eat inexpensively, eat well. Those are the goals of The Fiddlehead Restaurant, a recent arrival on the downtown Bangor food scene
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The Reverend Noble Pub

10 Broad Street, Upstairs
Offering classic American fare, 20 mouthwatering gourmet burgers and over 120 varieties of beer
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Thistles Restaurant

175 Exchange Street
Offering a superb menu of cuisine that is truly global. Chef Alejandro’s culinary talents include the ability to prepare gourmet ethnic dishes from around the world.
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Woodman's Bar & Grill

31 Main Street, Orono
Woodman's. Great food. Carefully crafted cocktails. Live music. Quality service.
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128 Main Street
Authentic Japanese, Vietnamese, & Thai cuisine with a full bar
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