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Girl Scouts helps girls develop their full potential. When a girl becomes a Girl Scout, she grows into a young woman who is self-confident, strong and compassionate. She learns how to build and maintain healthy relationships. She becomes more aware of the world around her and uses her… Read More
    SOUTHWEST HARBOR — The Westside Food Pantry Recital Series welcomes composer, instrumentalist and singer/songwriter Peter Broderick on Tuesday, January 23rd at 6:00 PM. Peter, born in Maine, raised in Oregon and currently living in Ireland, will present his music and that of the influential musician, Arthur… Read More
    Carol Dana (Penobscot) will share Penobscot Winter Stories during this multi-week series. Sources of material are Leland’s Algonquian tales, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm (it has a lot of broken English), 200 stories gleaned from UMO library, Molly Dell’s stories, the web, Micmac tales by Rand, Volume 1 & 2… Read More
    Join us for a conversation about Christianity, Buddhism and the state of religion today. Is there a role for religion in today’s volatile American culture? Is modern Christianity moving further away  or closer toward the teachings of Jesus Christ? And while many in the West are turning… Read More
    Bring a bag dinner to participate or just listen as the Southwest Harbor Drama Club meets to begin reading Copenhagen, by Michael Frayn. Winner of the 2000 Tony Award for best play, this play centers on the historic and mysterious meeting of two nuclear physicists at… Read More
    Girl Scouts helps girls develop their full potential. When a girl becomes a Girl Scout, she grows into a young woman who is self-confident, strong and compassionate. She learns how to build and maintain healthy relationships. She becomes more aware of the world around her and uses her… Read More
    LINCOLN — A free community homemade spaghetti and meatball dinner will be held 4-6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25, at Lincoln Center Baptist Church, 517 Main St. The menu will include garlic bread, and a variety of desserts and drinks, in addition to the spaghetti and meatballs. Read More
    The Unity College Center for the Performing Arts is set to host a new art exhibit titled “Nest” by Matt Demers. This work explores and interprets the composition of wasp and hornet nests with decisive brushstrokes, collage, and abstract mark making. The show will run … Read More
    Portland Oyster Shop’s Oyster Shuckin’ 101 class kicks off at the shop 6:30- 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan 25. Future classes will continue on the LAST Thursday of the month. Admission: $30 includes lesson, six oysters, shuckin’ gloves and an orange knife. Space is limited. … Read More
    Eastport Arts Center invites adults and older teens to come explore the multi-layered, dreamlike world of shadow puppetry with visiting artists from Figures of Speech Theatre at a free master class, Thursday, Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome to participate regardless of experience or training. There… Read More