Data privacy workshop
BANGOR — Fred Frawley, attorney at law, of Eaton Peabody, will conduct a free workshop about data privacy in the US and what it means for small businesses 8:30-10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 7, at Eastern Maine Development Corporation, 40 Harlow St..
Registration is recommended. Visit emdc.org/events or call 942-6389 to register.
Named to ‘Next List’
BANGOR — Chris Kilgour, CEO of Maine-based C&L Aerospace, was named to business publication Maine Biz’s 2013 “Next List,” naming 10 people shaping the future of Maine’s economy.
The Maine Biz annual “Next List” spotlights companies and their leaders who are doing remarkable things.
C&L recently announced its plans for a $5 million expansion, tripling its footprint at its Maine-based headquarters in Bangor.
Free grant writing workshop
BANGOR — Eastern Maine Development Corporation invites representatives from nonprofit organizations new to grant research to learn more about available research tools, tips from writing successful grants, what grant categories exist and more at a workshop 10 a.m.-noon Tuesday, Nov. 5, at EMDC, 40 Harlow St.
Registration is recommended at emdc.org/events or by calling 942-6389.
BANGOR — Central Street Farmhouse, the downtown Bangor urban homesteading store owned by Zeth & Betsy Lundy, has launched a business expansion plan that includes acquiring the Maine Cloth Diaper Company, which will continue operating at location in Damariscotta and its kiosk inside the Green Store in Belfast, and online.
In addition, Central Street Farmhouse is expanding its current operations at its downtown Bangor location, focusing on private winemaking classes, an increased variety of brewing equipment and supplies, and an improved online shopping experience. Central Street Farmhouse also will begin selling its 5-gallon beer brewing ingredient kits in stores throughout Maine.
For information, contact Zeth or Betsy Lundy at 992-4454 or email@example.com.