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The series starts March 22 in Yarmouth and will be held on Thursdays, from 9 a.m.- 12 noon for six weeks. Delve into all the possibilities acrylic painting can provide. Students will learn to paint different subjects (landscape, seascape, floral, still life, etc.) and explore a… Read More
    Music is a powerful and enjoyable way to improve your well being. This talk will explore music-based wellness and stress management techniques to help you learn to tune out stress and tune into yourself. The Beth Wright Cancer Resource Center will be hosting this free workshop… Read More
    Improved literacy skills open doors. Literacy Volunteers is looking for volunteer tutors to help area adults open doors to a better future. An estimated 20% of our local population lacks the literacy skills needed to get better jobs, help their children with homework, and participate fully… Read More
    If you play the Ukulele, are learning or are just curious what the international Uke phenomenon is all about, join us for our twice-monthly meet-up at the Waterville Public Library. Our group is informal, we learn from each other and enjoy strumming and singing all kinds… Read More
    ORLAND—Eight Democratic gubernatorial candidates will gather at the Orland Community Center at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 22 for a Blue Wave Gubernatorial Panel. This the third candidate forum sponsored by the Maine Common Good Coalition, created to support a government that serves the better good of the… Read More
    The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife is beginning the Maine Bird Atlas and your help is needed.  The goal of the atlas is to document the current distribution of breeding birds in the state, with an interest in including wintering birds beginning 2018-19. The bulk of effort for this… Read More
    Set in the Pacific island nation of Kiribati, director by Matthieu Rytz’s documentary portrays the challenges that the changing climate and rising sea levels impose on residents and local leaders. With a goal of social justice, the festival board selected the film as a powerful depiction of the… Read More
    Come to the Brewer Public Library for our weekly knitting social. Bring your own yarn projects of any sort and socialize in our comfortable conference room. Experienced or new knitters, crocheters, or needle-workers welcome! Call the Library at 989-7943 with any questions or for more information. Read More
    The Beth Wright Cancer Resource Center is offering another session of the Blue Hill Caregiver Support Group on Friday, March 23 at 10:30 a.m. The group is facilitated by Alice Hildebrand, UCC Minister, and Board Certified Chaplin. The group aims to offer support for those who are… Read More
    We never outgrow our delight in a good story read aloud. Join us every Friday morning in the comfortable seating in the Library’s Teen Section. Librarians and community members take turns reading each week. If you are interested in being a reader, please contact Cayla at or… Read More
    The Camden Snow Bowl is open for an encore weekend. Hours for Friday, March 23 are 12 noon – 6 p.m. Our terrain park is being updated constantly and we currently have seven new elements and four new jumps. Come enjoy the only ocean views from an East… Read More
    Players of all ages and experience levels are welcomed to this new club at the Camden Public Library. Players will learn new techniques and practice in real game play. Every Friday. FMI: No need to register. Read More
    Director Daryl Wein’s narrative feature follows a Korean-American performance artist, living alone in Los Angeles, who assumes various identities to explore differences between Korean and Korean-American concerns. (2018, 71 minutes). Room 104, Olin Arts Center… Read More