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2024 Aroostook Calendar

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Our Streaming/Video on Demand Channel on Vimeo New DVD! - Cycling Acadia: Carriage Road Encounters DVD - Acadia Of The Lands And Forests: One-hour Commemorative of the CMA2014 DVD - Acadian Traditions: Preserving Acadian Ways in the St. John Valley
DVD - Snowbirds: Mainers Who Go South in Winter DVD - Acadia Of The Lands And Forests: Highlights of the CMA2014 DVD - Acadians of the
St. John Valley

DVD - Story of the Cajuns
DVD - Awesome Aroostook
DVD - Maple Meadow Farm
DVD - Old Maine Swedish Farms DVD - Postcards from Way Down East DVD - Greetings from Aroostook DVD - A Year to Remember DVD - Tater Raisin' Folk DVD - Christmas Greetings from Aroostook DVD/VHS - The Story of the Acadians DVD/VHS - Acadian Festival DVD/VHS - Swedish Folk Dancers DVD/VHS - Homecoming


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Affiliated Artists

Crown of Maine strives to include in its programming music produced in the area where its films are shot. This is in the belief that these composers and musicians literally live and breath the local ambience and that it comes through in their music.


Wednesday Evening Fiddlers

We are honored to have the music of the Wednesday Evening Fiddlers for our sound track in "Tater Raisin' Folk." This group is made up musicians from New Brunswick and Aroostook County, Maine who live in potato farming country. We know some of these musicians personally, including the Scheidler family, whose children, Anna and Tim, have special performances included in "Tater." Their CD's are $15 and they can be purchased by contacting:

Wednesday Evening Fiddlers
89 Back California Settlement Rd
California Settlement, New Brunswick E3Z 1V1
Tel (506) 473-1053



Nan Bennett

Nan's Wharf
Cutler Harbor showing Nan's wharf studio

We are also thrilled to have discovered the wonderful music of Nan Bennett, a classically trained pianist, for the sound track of "Postcards From Way Down East." Nan lives and works in a wharf studio/home in Cutler Harbor not far from Machias. Nan both composes and performs, but her specialty is improvisation performed live.

We were extremely fortunate that some of her work had been professionally recorded in her wharf studio and that she allowed us to use it in our show. Nan and her producer, Wing Lum, came all the way to far northern Maine to visit us for Midsommar this past year and we had a fun weekend together. Nan's CD, "Reflections", is $15 and is available by contacting her at:
25 Water Street
Machias, Maine 04654



Layne Longfellow

Layne Longfellow, related to the poet is our favorite narrator.

Layne Longfellow

We feel especially privileged to have as our narrator, Layne Longfellow, relative of Maine's best known poet. Layne has been in the Speakers Hall Of Fame since 1982, but above all that, he is a wonderful guy. He has spent many weeks touring with us to do film showings throughout Maine, often at his own expense, and he always treats the audiences with a reading of a Longfellow poem following the post film discussions.

Although Layne lives in Arizona, he has spent many months visiting in Maine in the locat25.07.17 9:51nd love of the local communities we feature. His CD, "Dreams That Cannot Die," from which he allowed us to use the Longfellow poem, "The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls," in "Postcards" is an amazing listening experience. Layne's CD's are available at



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