317 Main Community Music Center's Treats & Talents
Music has the power to connect and comfort us. During these unprecedented times, 317 Main is committed to fulfilling its mission to encourage creative expression, personal growth, and community connection through music.
317 Main's Treats & Talents online auction features the unique and diverse talents of our generous community. Here you will find an array of creative items to bid on, many highlighting some of the hidden talents and special gifts of our students, staff, board, volunteers, and loyal supporters! You can support our mission (and find a treat for yourself) by participating in the auction - Bid high and bid often and please share with friends and family!
Should you prefer to make a direct donation, please use the green DONATE button in the right hand corner of the page to complete that transaction.
Thank you to our sponsors Thomas Point Beach Bluegrass Festival, Niyat Catering, and support from the Yarmouth Farmers' Market.
"Sonata"- A Kumiko Wall Panel
Over 28 hours went into the creation of this stunning piece!
Amplify Your Sound!
Donor Mark McDonough is the lead guitarist in Gunther Brown and married to staff member Anne Gray.
Autographed CDs from The Gibson Brothers
Eric Gibson joined 317 Main as a Mystery Guest in the Virtual Open Mic Series
CD- Dirigo Rataplan II- The music of Devin Gray
Donor Devin Gray is a Yarmouth High School alum who now lives and tours world-wide.
Porch Concert with PSO Violinist Yasmin Vitalius
Donor Yasmin Vitalius is a neighbor of 317 Main and a gifted musician.
About 317 Main Community Music Center
317 Main encourages creative expression, personal growth, and community connection through music.
317 Main brings the power of music to people of all ages and abilities from across southern and mid-coast Maine. 317 Main was founded in 2004 on the idea that music can engage, vitalize, and strengthen human connections in our communities. At our studios and at partner locations in southern Maine, we provide music education for more than 500 people per week through one-on-one music lessons, group classes, jam sessions, ensembles, workshops, and summer camps. Our Partnership Program works with nonprofits and schools to expand access to music education.
Proceeds from this auction enable us to continue to support and invest in the professional musicians who teach at 317 Main, extend financial assistance to everyone who needs it, and partner with the organizations in our community who are providing critical support services and enrichment opportunities to local children and families. Together, we can ensure that music is for everyone.