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The Penobscot County Conservation Association invites the public to attend the 7th Annual Children’s Ice Fishing Day. Free Fishing! Catch one take it home! For toddlers to age 15.  Experience ice fishing with pre-drilled holes and pre-placed ice fishing traps on LeVasseur Pond,… Read More
    “Witnessing God’s Love” is the sermon theme of this week’s Sunday worship service at the Trinitarian Congregational Parish of Castine.  Rev. Tim Hall will preach on the story of Noah and the Ark at the 9:30 am service on Sunday, February 18.  Worship will be followed by refreshments… Read More
    Damariscotta River Association (DRA) is partnering with Great Salt Bay School’s PTO to host Winter Fest, a free, family-friendly event at DRA’s Round Top Farm on Saturday, Feb. 18 from 12-3 p.m. Outdoor adventurers of all ages are invited to celebrate the best of… Read More
    A 4.4 mile run or walk on snowshoes on snow-covered dirt roads and a bit of single track trails with plenty of up and down running. Pre-registration: $10 per entry/ $25 family. Day of Registration:10-11:30 am. $15 per entry/ $35 family. Benefits Great Pond Mountain Conservation… Read More
    Come in out of the cold. Longfellow Days continues with Maine college faculty poets: Derek Meader (SMCC), Ellen Taylor (UMA), and Shana Youngdahl (UMF) as they present their work in the ambiance of the Fireplace Room of Curtis Memorial Library. Refreshments with the poets follow. Free. Read More
    The 6th Chinese New Year Parade in Bangor is set for Sunday Feb. 18th at the Bangor Mall. Registration and line up is at 12:30 p.m. at Sears Court with the parade starting 1 p.m. You are cordially… Read More
    The 20th Annual Ice Fishing Derby will be held on Sunday, February 18, with weigh-in at Spectrum Generations’ Muskie Community Center, 38 Gold Street in Waterville. The Ice Fishing Derby, begun 20 years ago by avid sportsman Gene Letourneau and his wife, Lucille, continues to be held in… Read More
    Maine State Archivist Dave Cheever will present curious and little-known facts and features of some of Maine’s extraordinary–and simply ordinary–Civil War efforts. Part of the Winter History Series, a joint effort of the Library with the Camden-Rockport Historical Society. Read More
    Travel with the brother-sister duo, Jack and Annie, in their Magic Treehouse as they discover a note that asks them to answer a series of six questions about space. With the help of an astronomer, the Internet, an astronaut, books and the writer of the mysterious note, Jack… Read More
    Celebrated for its finesse, infectious exuberance, tonal allure and  irresistible panache, the Vienna Piano Trio has long been hailed as one of the “world’s leading ensembles of piano, violin and cello” (Washington Post). FMI:  (207) 581-1755 or… Read More
    Emily Hutchins is back after a wonderful time at the Theatre’s 2017 Summer Drama Camp. She will be working with kids from K through 8th grade on the hilarious one act play “Bedbugs”. This camp will take place at Sedomocha Middle School. The performance will be… Read More
    BANGOR – Penobscot Theatre Company is hosting a theatrical day camp for children aged 4-14 during February School Vacation, Feb. 19-23. The camp will feature daily themes and professional teaching artists with varied experience to ensure students can explore all aspects of theater. “February Vacation Camp is… Read More
    February Vacation Camp offers special day-long classes during February Vacation to give theatre novices an engaging exploration of theatre and seasoned theatre veterans an opportunity to delve deeper! Each day has a different theme, so children can come for one or more days. Taught by our expert teaching… Read More
    Brooklyn artist Linda Casbon constructs functional clay objects and large-scale ceramic sculpture. She studied design at the University of Colorado (BENVD) and ceramics and sculpture at Kent State University (MFA). Linda has participated in artist’s residencies throughout the United States and Canada including the Bemis Foundation… Read More
    Using live, non-releasable reptiles, this program will compare these species and discuss their adaptations.  Many people conjure up images of slimy skin and bloodthirsty monsters when they hear the word “reptile.” This hands-on program works to dispel some of those fears by allowing students to examine… Read More
    A traveling penguin from the South Pole and a funny polar bear from the North pole meet on arctic sea ice. They become friends observing the night sky together and wondering why night is so long at the poles of the Earth. This mystery leads them on a… Read More