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Drop by  Children’s Department at the Waterville Public Library between 2 and 4 pm on Friday, Feb. 23 and learn how to “upcycle” pages from broken books into your own unique art project. Recommended for kids 7 and up. Younger kids must bring a grownup helper. Read More
    Improvisers from all over Maine will take the stage with complete strangers and improvise a show. They’ll put their names in the hat, get assigned to a team and take the stage for 22 minutes. At the end of the night, the audience will vote by… Read More
    Tony Sohns of the Rock and Art Shop, bug man and raconteur of Bangor and beyond, will regale the audience with real life stories. A small group of local Improvisers will use Tony’s stories to inspire a one night only fully improvised show. ImprovAcadia in Bangor… Read More
    Learn everything you need to know about the home buying process with hoMEworks, a nonprofit group dedicated to consumer homebuyer education, and local organization Community Concepts. hoMEworks believes the best place to start the home buying process is in the classroom. Sponsored by University Credit Union. Read More
    Join Maine Yoga Adventures and Acadia Mountain Guides for ice climbing and a snowshoe hike in Acadia National Park. MYA will serve up yummy vegetarian food, offer up deep yoga stretches, and hot tub soaking! Our adventure will begin in Bar Harbor for a… Read More
    As storms intensify and threaten the reliability of the utility grid, Mainers are turning to back up power systems to keep their critical household systems operational during grid power outages. Modern, made-in-Maine battery technology combined with solar electricity is already being used by households in northern New England… Read More
    Join the Coburn Summit Riders for the 6th Annual CSR Poker Run. Not a race of speed. Go all in and try your luck at winning some great prizes with friends, family and fellow riders. Prizes will be awarded for the best – and even the worst- poker… Read More
    Here’s a chance to sample wet and dry needle felting at the Southwest Harbor Public Library. Liz Cutler of ArtWaves will supply a wide array of materials and embellishment possibilities, and welcomes you to bring along any fleece beads or small knitting gear to experiment. Sample a bit… Read More
    On Saturday February 24, come join us for cross-country skiing, sliding, snowshoeing, tote sled rides and guided nature walks at the Aroostook State Park Winter Family Fun Day. Hot dog lunch provided. Visit the warming hut for coffee and cocoa, then enjoy the… Read More
    Join us in the Waterville Public Library’s Children’s department every Saturday at 10:30 a.m. for stories, songs, activities and puppet shows for the whole family. Something different every Saturday, sometimes with special guests! These events are free and open to the public, for more information please call (207)… Read More
    Looking for a fun activity to end school vacation week? Come play at the Norlands on Saturday, February 24th.  The Washburn-Norlands Living History Center in Livermore will be open from 11am to 4pm. Stop by for some old-time fun and a celebration of President’s Day in 1870 with… Read More
    Preschoolers, toddler, and their grown-ups are invited to a brief exploration of the museum. Afterwards, there will be a reading of a children’s book related to the month’s theme, Home. We will then go to the Mirken Education Center to have a snack and create your own works of art. No RSVP… Read More
    WATERVILLE — Join Waterville Creates for snow sculpting in the park with sculptors Amanda Bolduc and Cathy Thompson, 1-5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24, in Castonguay Square, outside the Common Street Arts building. These ladies are the winners of the National People’s Choice Award at the Lake Geneva United… Read More
    Bring family and friends to the Children’s Department at the Waterville Public Library to play new and classic games Recommended for kids 7 and up. Younger kids must bring a grownup helper. FMI: Call 680-2604 or email… Read More