‘Owls: Life After Dark in the Avian World’ presented by Tom Arter with the Midcoast Maine Audubon. An introduction to the owls of Maine and the many adaptations that allow them to survive here. Read More
    An interactive workshop, for college-bound students and their parents, covering admissions, financial aid, career options, and study skills. Facilitated by the Maine Education Opportunities Center, a federally funded program to help adults go to college. Read More
    “Is This the Greatest Crisis Since the Civil War?” Retired political science professor and journalist Michael Roskin will speak about the current state of our political climate and how it compares to historical tensions. Part of the 2018 Camden Conference Community Events Series. Read More
    This month, we will discuss: Christina Baker Kline’s A Piece of the World. All are welcome. FMI, please call Mary 207-763-3035. Read More
    Ask any questions you have regarding Medicare. Ongoing series, every Monday morning in October and November, come to one or all. Lily Filppi will lead the session. Read More
    Steeped in research and dressed in period clothing, storyteller Jude Lamb will portray her 19th-century ancestor Eunice Lakeman Hoar, who was from what became Rangeley Lake. Part of Jude’s growing series of performances featuring historic Maine women–and part of the Library’s Discover History Month. Read More
    ‘The Fourth Turning,’ by Neil Howe and William Strauss, which explores historical patterns and events, 6:30-830 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14, Camden Public Library, 55 Main St. (This replaces ’13 Conversation About One Thing,’ originally scheduled but unavailable for screening.)    … Read More
    Q&A session with representatives from local businesses supporting building green or retrofitting an existing home to be more energy efficient. Two sessions: 6:30 – 7:30 about new construction; 7:45-8:45 about renovating a current home. Read More
    Read and chat entirely in Spanish! All who are proficient in Spanish are welcome to attend. FMI contact Lynne Taylor at leerycharlar@gmail.com… Read More
    Tuesday Book Group will discuss ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ by J. D. Vance. All are welcome. FMI: please call Mary 207-763-3035. Read More
    A gathering of innovators, tinkerers, artists, DYIers, and craftspeople. A family-friendly annual event, the Faire is geared towards visitors of all ages and has hosted homemade cars, power-assisted bicycles, underwater robots, arduinos, a solar-powered merry-go-round, Lego robots, cyanotypes, giant bubbles, and a full-scale camera obscura. The Faire offers… Read More