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    Emily Hutchins is back after a wonderful time at the Theatre’s 2017 Summer Drama Camp. She will be working with kids from K through 8th grade on the hilarious one act play “Bedbugs”. This camp will take place at Sedomocha Middle School. The performance will be… Read More
    A traveling penguin from the South Pole and a funny polar bear from the North pole meet on arctic sea ice. They become friends observing the night sky together and wondering why night is so long at the poles of the Earth. This mystery leads them on a… Read More
    In partnership with the Portland Ballet, we are pleased to present ORIGINS, a new work by internationally recognized dancer and choreographer Yury Yanowsky, whose professional performance career spanned two decades with Boston Ballet. He has set choreography for Boston Ballet, Boston Ballet II and Festival Ballet Providence, along with other established… Read More
    FARMINGTON — A free Snow Cross Camp will be held 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Feb. 20-21, at Farmington Conference Center, 216 Whittier Road. Meet pro snowboarders, dog sled racers, snowshoe races, live music by Matt Ouellette, snow games, firepit, free food. For information, call 779-0786  9 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Thursday. Read More
    Location: Lunder Conference Room, 1st Floor, Waterville Public Library Kennebec Valley Community Action Program offers this free service: Schedule an appointment to meet with Dana Hamilton, Employment/Resource Navigator with Kennebec Valley Community Action Program. Dana is available to help job seekers navigate… Read More
    This month we focus on works of 20th-century French philosopher and public intellectual Simone de Beauvoir. All are welcome. The discussion will be led by Susan Wright. For copies of the readings, please email Sarah Miller at Read More
    Since the 19th century, some scientists have explained the relatively poorer health of black and indigenous peoples as a product of their innate, biological inferiority compared to whites. Yet, opponents of this theory have long argued that the health disparities are rooted in inequalities in wealth and power,… Read More
    In this presentation, Sean Todd features his work and research both on the Antarctic Peninsula as well as his recent trip through the Northwest Passage. Todd’s work in these regions has allowed him to gain a unique and critical perspective both on… Read More
    In the space of a few hours on Oct. 23, 1947, a furious wildfire destroyed almost all of the small western Maine town of Brownfield. Neighbors fought and fled the fire, then returned determined to rebuild their community as best they could. Drawing on interviews with townspeople, letters,… Read More
    Weatherize MDI is a new program launched by A Climate to Thrive.  Come to this informational event and learn about making your home more energy efficient and comfortable and the cost saving rebates and discounts that are available. For more information, call the library at 244-7065. Read More
    Let’s Talk About It: Points of View Book Group. A program from the Maine Humanities Council and the Maine State Library. The most recognized narratives of the Islamic world often come to Westerners in the daily news. The drama of conflict, chaos and war abruptly arrives… Read More
    CAMDEN — ‘The Anonymous People’ a feature documentary film about the 23.5 million Americans living in long-term recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. Following the film, Dr. Ira Mandel, Director of the Mid-Coast Recovery Coalition, will lead a discussion. Read More
    Impressionist art is a style in which the artist captures the image of an object as someone would see it if they just caught a glimpse of it, applying paint in small touches of pure color to catch a particular fleeting impression of the subject matter in color and light. Read More