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The beer garden bar at Three Tides/Ted Axelrod

BELFAST — For the Fifth Year of Beer event on Saturday, Oct. 13, Marshall Wharf Brewing Co. and Three Tides will be pouring 34 of their beers under two heated tents, with 300 pounds of Pemaquid mussels from Northport, Belgian-style fries made from organic, Aroostook County potatoes, Snappy red hot dogs and Wrecking Ball Porter-soaked baked beans. Entertainment is by the band Toughcats. A $30 fee gets you 10 tasting tickets and is the only way to taste special beers aged in barrels procured by owner David Carlson from Scotland earlier this year. Regular admission is $10; beers are $4-$8 and food offerings will be about $5. [PenBay Pilot]

PORTLAND — The guest chef series at Carmen at The Danforth continues on Thursday, Oct. 25 with chef Barbara Lynch from No. 9 Park and others in the Barbara Lynch Gruppo in Boston joining chef Carmen Gonzalez. The evening begins at 6:45 with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, followed by a five-course dinner paired with wines from Spain. The cost is $95 per person, including tax and gratuity. For reservations, call 207-358-7103 or email chef@carmenatthedanforth.com. [EaterWire]

ROCKLAND — Chef Brian Hill of Francine Bistro and Shepherd's Pie will host the next No Kid Hungry benefit dinner for Share our Strength Maine on Dec. 16 at Shepherd's Pie. He will be joined by chefs Krista Kern Desjarlais from Portland's Bresca and Ravin Nakjaroen of Long Grain in Camden. Cost and menu details are forthcoming and tickets are not yet for sale on line, but reservations can be made by emailing john@sosme.org. [EaterWire]

· Marshall Wharf's Fifth Year Of Mussels And Beer [PenBay Pilot]