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Members and friends of the Trinitarian Congregational Parish of Castine are pleased to offer to people of all ages and interests an open invitation to worship services each Sunday morning at 9:30 am.  This Sunday, May 27th, Rev. Tim Hall will preach on the commemoration of Trinity Sunday… Read More
    Join us this Memorial Day Sunday at Hammond Street Congregational Church, UCC, for 10:00 AM service. Pastor Mark Doty’s sermon will be “Bold Blessing”. We are an open and affirming congregation. All are welcome. Childcare is provided. We are located on the corner of Hammond & High Streets in… Read More
    BLUE HILL– Tim Firth’s comedy is based on the true story of a group of Women’s Institute (WI), members in Yorkshire, England who posed nude for a calendar to raise money for Leukemia research after one of the members lost her beloved husband to the disease. Read More
    “Thelma and Louise” meets “The First Wives Club” in this fun and flirtatious comedy. Divorcees Mary and Jo are suspicious of their friend Liz’s new dentist boyfriend.  He’s not just a weirdo: he may be a serial killer!  After all, his hygienist just mysteriously disappeared without a trace and… Read More
    MONROE — Monroe Lions Club will hold its Memorial Day parade at 11 a.m. Monday, May 28, from Monroe School to Gesner Park on Route 139. There will be a chicken barbecue, homemade french fries, homemade pies, ice cream, children’s games, tables for crafts may… Read More
    CHERRYFIELD — Cherryfield Memorial Day activities are scheduled for Monday, May 28, at the Band Stand and Narraguagus Post 8 Legion Hall. A program will be held at 1 p.m. featuring patriotic music by Cherryfield Town Band, and the eighth grade orator will carry on a 125-year… Read More
    During Memorial Day Weekend you will learn how the annual migration of alewives influences other creatures along the Damariscotta River. May is a very busy month on the River and the crew plans on sharing all the activities. Seals give birth to their pups just as… Read More
    PORTLAND — Friends of Evergreen’s Fifth Annual Memorial Day Procession.  Line of march is a quarter of a mile from Longfellow School, 432 Stevens Ave. to Evergreen Cemetery’s south gate. Participants include Color Guard, black riderless horse, signs remembering the fallen in 16 US wars, Claddagh… Read More
    Friends of Evergreen opens it tour season with “The Great War” as part of its centennial commemoration of World War I’s end. Focus is on the war’s fallen interred in the cemetery and how Baxter Boulevard’s linden trees are a living memorial to them. Read More
    WATERVILLE — Join us in the Teen Room at the Waterville Public Library and make something amazing. Every Monday 3-4 p.m. we’ll be creating something new. We provide the supplies, you bring the creativity. On Monday, May 28,come learn how to make fantastic fashion accessories out… Read More
    PITTSFIELD — Windy Warrior — Adrenaline Therapy Program’s official launch will be held 4 p.m. Monday, May 28, at Pittsfield Municipal Airport, 176 Harrison Ave., including flag drop from 5,000 feet, National Anthem sung by Isabelle Jonason, keynote address, introduction of 22 veteran silhouettes by Silhouette Project founder… Read More
    PORTLAND — Come sing with the ChoralArt Camerata, a chamber choir of 15-18 mixed voices, in ChoralArt’s upcoming 2018-2019 season. Auditions will be held 5-9 p.m. Mondays, May 28 and June 4, at Williston-Immanuel Untied Church, 156 High St. Repertoire is principally a cappella choral… Read More
    SOUTH BRISTOL– The Advisory Committee for the Route 129/130 Corridor Management Plan will meet Tuesday, May 29 at 6 p.m. at the South Bristol Town Office, 470 Clarks Cove Road. The Corridor Management Plan is being developed cooperatively with the Towns of Bristol, Damariscotta and South Bristol. Lincoln… Read More
    Woodlawn in partnership with the Seal Cove Auto Museum, The Jackson Laboratory, Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries, and Maine Forest & Logging Museum, is hosting the fourth annual Spring Field Days designed for students in grades 7th and 8th.   Students will participate in six sessions exploring the world… Read More
    WATERVILLE — Tabletop RPG Adventure for Teens and Tweens, 3-5 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, Waterville Public Library, Elm Street. We will be playing Dead Simple, a paper and pencil roleplaying game, where you control a character and go on quests for fame, fortune and glory!… Read More
    A walking tour of Camden at twilight, led by lantern light. Discover the back streets and hidden stories of Camden, its mysteries, and haunts. See the oldest building in town, learn of the ghost in the apple tree, hear of centuries old superstitions, and experience a one-of-a-kind evening… Read More
    Sprouting Daisies will bring together girls and their caregivers, and allow them to discover why Girl Scouting is important to the development of girls – even the youngest ones. Attendees will be invited to participate in an activity, learn about volunteer opportunities, and learn how to earn GSME’s… Read More
    Sprouting Daisies will bring together girls and their caregivers, and allow them to discover why Girl Scouting is important to the development of girls – even the youngest ones. Attendees will be invited to participate in an activity, learn about volunteer opportunities, and learn how to earn GSME’s… Read More