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Maine Arts Commission
193 State Street
25 State House Station
Augusta, Maine 04333-0025
Phone: 207/287-2724
Fax: 207/287-2725

Directions (MAP)

From the South 95 North to first Augusta Exit 109. At exit bear right on to Western Avenue. Proceed through 4 stoplights to the rotary. At rotary, take the first exit to the right on to State Street. There is a dry cleaner on the corner and you can see the Capitol Building. The Maine Arts Commission is on the left hand side of the street, a turn of the century building, brick with white trim and directly across from the Blaine House. It is about 500 yds up State Street. Look for Child Street, which precedes the building. Turn left on to Child Street, parking is located on the left hand side in the gravel parking lot.

From the North 95 South to second Augusta Exit 109 A. At exit bear right on to Western Avenue. Proceed through four stoplights to the rotary. At rotary, take the first exit to the right on to State Street. There is a dry cleaner on the corner and you can see the Capitol Building. The Maine Arts Commission is on the left hand side of the street, a turn of the century building, brick with white trim and directly across from the Blaine House. It is about 500 yds up State Street. Look for Child Street, which precedes the building. Turn left on to Child Street, parking is located on the left hand side in the gravel parking lot.


Calendar

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