One Evening in Maine is a benefit dinner to support the MHC’s programs for educators and at-risk populations on the 60th anniversary of McCloskey’s book.
In 1952, Robert McCloskey published One Morning in Maine, the story of a lost tooth, a wish come true, and Maine at its most beautiful. A hero to many children’s book writers and illustrators today, McCloskey created a vision of Maine that is treasured by children and adults alike. In his Maine-based books (Blueberries for Sal, One Morning in Maine, Time of Wonder, and Burt Dow, Deep-water Man), McCloskey depicted a world that many coastal residents know well and an iconic image of Maine that has contributed to an image of our state across the country.
Bid on works by contemporary Maine artists whose children’s book illustrations inspire young readers in Maine and nationwide
Register to bid in advance or by phone (For more information)
|Charlotte Agell||Ashley Bryan|
|Cathryn Falwell||Lisa Jahn-Clough|
|Holly Meade||Melissa Sweet|
|Chris Van Dusen|
If you would rather send in your information and check by regular mail, please print this page (styled for easy printing) and mail to: Maine Humanities Council, 674 Brighton Avenue, Portland, ME 04102; otherwise, please fill out the forms below (PayPal at the end).