2021 Summer Series

2021 Summer Series Opening Night!

   Many days have come and gone without an audience inside the Readfield Union Meeting House to take in the awe inspiring artwork and to tap their feet to a pleasant melody, but not for much longer. Our doors will be open and music will be pouring out of the Readfield Union Meeting House on June 22nd at 7PM for the 2021 Summer Series Opening Night. We will be bringing together local performers to get this summer rolling along! The lineup of performers will be Will Harris, Jim Carey, Dickie Dow, Tom Giardano, Brian Cavanaugh and Bill Stone. In addition to the excitement of having so many performers in one night, tickets for the 2021 Summer Series Opening Night will be FREE! But that is not all, tickets will be FREE, FREE! I don’t think you can get much better than that. We are beyond excited to be bringing people together again to enjoy a wonderful night out and look forward to seeing you soon!

If you would like to lend a helping hand and submit a response to the following Google Form to provide us with an approximate number of those in attendance that we can expect the night of the event, that would be greatly appreciated: 


The Readfield Union Meeting House is pleased to welcome the public to a variety of events this summer. With suggested CDC guidelines in mind, we will be adhering to the following precautions during all events to ensure the health, safety and comfort of all attendees.

  • Enhanced ventilation through the use of fans and screens throughout the Meeting House.
  • Masks or face covering required by audience members. Production crew and performers are excluded from this requirement for obvious reasons.

Please feel free to contact the 2021 Summer Series Events Coordinator- Benjamin Rodriguez at benjamin.g.rodriguez1@gmail.com for additional information on the event.

Be sure to keep on the look out for additional publicity and information on the many other Summer Series Events we have in store for you in the coming months!

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