Jill Lee, author of “Little Sunny Makes Kimchi With Halmi” will share her family secrets and recipes and help all workshop participants make kimchi. Learn about ingredient selection and prep, how to make your kimchi recipe stand out, and even ways you can serve… Read More
    Do you wish your flyer would stand out from all the other stuff on the bulletin board… or on Facebook? Are you ready to take your flyer to the next level? Graphic designer Jill Lee, New York Times best selling author and copywriter Carrie Jones,… Read More
    Do you sometimes experience inexplicable feelings of anxiety? Do you feel tightness in your chest or a sick feeling in your gut when entering a crowd or a strange environment? Do you lose sleep and find yourself worrying for no good cause? If so, the workshop “Is It… Read More
    Interested in improving your massage skills? Come join us at Anchorspace for a massage workshop this Friday, February 12 from 6-8 p.m. Bring a partner and learn to give each other a relaxing and therapeutic massage or sign up as an individual and practice on someone… Read More
    Anchorspace and Bar Harbor/MDI Rotary Club invite you to an informal networking opportunity this Wednesday, February 3rd, at 5:00 p.m. (Anchorspace) for all community members, business owners, employees, and anyone interested in networking and learning a little more about Rotary and Anchorspace. Free Hors d’oeuvres provided & Happy… Read More
    This time of year, we could all use a little color. We’re adding temporary color streaks to peoples’ heads in fun colors to support a great cause. Food, friends, and colorful beauty happening. 25% of event proceeds going towards The Rapunzel Project. Buy your tickets at Artful Designs… Read More
    Come see short form talks given by your friends and neighbors about a variety of topics. Done in the style of Pecha Kucha, each presenter has 20 presentation slides and 20 seconds per slide to talk about their subject. The event is free and open to… Read More
    One Day Website Workshop at Target Technology Center and Virtually (from your computer) Friday, October 1 1 pm- 4 pm Cost $60 (general public), including domain/hosting deal additional $50 Need a website but don’t have the patience to wade through online forums?… Read More
    Maine Artist Patti Hurd resides in Scarborough. Her academic studies are in studio painting and she has developed a diverse language in art from her many years of independent discipline. In this Ellsworth Library exhibit she is an alchemist who paints heavy impasto as well as a multitude… Read More
    Artist Bill Woodman is a native Maine artist born in Bangor Maine. Bill spent four decades working in New York as a freelance cartoonist and his work has appeared in many publications including The New Yorker and Playboy. He is still active in cartooning and is in Downeast… Read More
    Artist Victor Vardamis resides in Bangor Maine and is a master carpenter by trade. He has a range of creative outlets including: making audiophile stereo tube amplifiers, wooden bowls on a lathe, and creating detailed railroad sceneries. His work has been represented by various galleries in Maine including… Read More
    In partnership with The Grand, who will be showing the film on May 2nd, Ellsworth Public Library will host a book discussion for The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. All are welcome. Join us Wednesday April 30th at 3:30 p.m. For more information,… Read More
    Celebrate National Jazz Month with Bruce Cassaday and friends. All ages welcome. Wednesday April 23rd at 6:00 p.m. Ellsworth Public Library For more information, call the library at 667-6363. Read More
    Understanding Memory Loss . . . . for those with early memory loss and caregivers. Dottie Van Horn from Eastern Area Agency on Aging will offer a two hour class to answer some of your questions on memory loss. You will receive basic information and useful… Read More
    Local author, Alison Dibble writing as A.D. Morel, will be our guest as she shares the writing and publishing process for her book “A Skeptic’s Luck.” Books will be available for signing. The third Thursday of each month, new and experienced writers are invited to gather and… Read More
    The Hancock County Genealogical Society will hold their monthly meeting Saturday April 12th. Meetings are free and newcomers are welcome. Meet in the Riverview room at the Ellsworth Public Library Saturday, April 12th at 10:00 a.m. For more information, call the library… Read More
    Amy Schram from the Better Business Bureau will discuss Scams & Fraud. This program will cover the most common scams circulating the community, the major Red Flags to watch out for, and the precautionary tactics we can use to protect ourselves and our personal information. This program is… Read More