All exhibits, events, and tours are free. Pre-registration is required as noted. To register click on the link or call 207-326-4118.

Thursday, June 13: “Castine in the Civil War,” 7:00 p.m. An in-person and YouTube lecture given by Diane and Ned Smith, Civil War historians and authors. Mitchell Room, Castine Historical Society. Reservations required to attend in-person. See details and register for the in-person event or watch the livestream on YouTube.

Saturday, June 29: “Art of Penobscot Bay—A Sampler,” 4:00 p.m. An illustrated talk by Carl Little on paintings of the Penobscot Bay area through time followed by a book signing for his new book, Art of Penobscot Bay. Co-sponsored with Compass Rose Books. Mitchell Room, Castine Historical Society. Reservations required to attend in-person. See details and register for this in-person event.

Thursday, July 18: “A History of Castine in 40 Objects,” 7:00 p.m.  An illustrated talk by Lisa Simpson Lutts on how CHS’s collection tells Castine’s history over five centuries. Mitchell Room, Castine Historical Society. Reservations required to attend in-person. See details and register for the in-person event or watch the livestream on YouTube.

Thursday, August 8: The 15th Annual Deborah Pulliam Memorial Lecture, 7:00 p.m. Hans D. Strauch, Boston architect, will give a talk entitled “Rising from the Ashes: Building on Restituted Family Property in Post-Nazi Berlin, Germany.” Delano Auditorium, Leavitt Hall, Maine Maritime Academy, Castine. No reservations necessary to attend in-person. See details and watch the livestream on YouTube.

Saturday, September 7: Hidden Legacies: A Walking Tour of Castine’s African American History, 10:00 a.m. Join Georgia Zildjian and Lisa Lutts for an hour-long walking tour on Castine’s African American history. Reservations are required and limited to 15 people. Rain date September 8. See details and register for this in-person event.