KITTERY

Comedian Lenny Clarke will perform R-rated show

Comedian Lenny Clarke will perform at 8 p.m. Friday at the Star Theatre, 120 Rogers Road.

Also appearing will be Boston favorite Joe Espi, along with Jack Walsh.

Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. They may be purchased at www.kitterycommunitycenter.org/star-theatre or by calling 439-3800.

This show is rated R. There will be a cash bar available.

KENNEBUNK

Amateur radio enthusiasts meet twice this month

The New England Radio Discussion Society, a group of amateur radio enthusiasts, will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, and again Feb. 20, at the New School, 38 York St.

The meetings are held every other week throughout the year and are open to all people who are interested in ham radio and electronics.

For more details, contact Alex at [email protected] or 967-8812.

ELLSWORTH

Ice fishing derby benefits camp’s outdoor programs

The Down East Family YMCA will hold its premier ice fishing derby Saturday and Sunday. State biologists will conduct weigh-ins from 3 to 6 p.m. both days at Dunn’s Hangar on Beech Hill Pond.

The event will feature more than $10,000 in prizes, including a Honda Rancher 4×4. People who purchase tickets will be automatically entered for prize drawings; you do not need to be present to win. Door prizes will be drawn every 15 minutes during weigh-ins.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at 14 locations in Hancock County. Visit www.defymca.org for a full list of locations.

Proceeds from the derby will benefit outdoor educational programming at Camp Discovery on Webb Pond.

For more details, call 667-3086, ext. 217.

SOUTH BERWICK

Historical society holds hike to explore watershed

The Old Berwick Historical Society will host a History Hike from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday to explore the Great Bay estuary watershed at the Raymond & Simone Savage Wildlife Preserve.

Professor Meghan Howey will lead the hike, which explores unique features of the 26-acre property, including Shorey’s Brook – restored by dam removal in 2011 – and trails through woods, fields, tidal marshes and freshwater streams.

This will be the first of four hikes in 2018, led by historians on Great Works Regional Land Trust conservation lands. The excursions complement the historical society’s 2018 lecture series on cultural frontiers.

The hikes are $5 per person, $10 for families and free for Great Works Regional Land Trust and Old Berwick Historical Society members.

For details, go to www.gwrlt.org, or call 646-3604 to reserve a spot. Reservations are required. Please refer to the land trust website for cancellations.