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Prime for Life is an evidence-based prevention program designed to help people better understand the difference between higher and lower risk choices with regard to substances. Using the best information to date, we will help answer many questions about substance use and abuse. Come attend our free class… Read More
    The Waterville Public Library hosts a Job Search Lab on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The Job Search Lab is for job seekers of all backgrounds. You can get ideas to improve your job search, work on your resume/cover letter, and learn about education… Read More
    Looking for a way to brighten up your child’s day? Bring them on down to the Waterville Public Library Children’s Room for Crafternoons! Drop in anytime from 2:30-4 p.m. every Tuesday to participate in a fun craft! Children under 7 must be accompanied by a grown-up helper. Read More
    This month’s focus is on the work of Italian theoretical physicist and philosopher, Carlo Rovelli, who also writes like a poet in his book “Seven Brief Lessons on Physics” (2016). The discussion will be led by Skye Hirst. All are welcome. Read More
    The Haystack staff will present their work at Haystack’s Gateway Auditorium. This event is part of Haystack’s 2018 Evening Program Series and is free and open to the public. Located on the school’s campus off of the Sunshine Road. For more information, visit:… Read More
    BANGOR — Are you a new or existing landlord or property manager in the Bangor area? If so, join us on Tuesday June 19 from 5:30pm to 8pm at the Penobscot County Conservation Club in Brewer. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month. Read More
    Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries is pleased to bring Dr. Jon Hare, the Science and Research Director for NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center, to Opera House Arts in Stonington. Hare will lead a talk, titled “Fisheries in a Changing Climate”. The talk will address what changes we might… Read More
    PORTLAND —  In “The Sibyl of Mars”, The Sibyl, a seer from Mars, has been sent to Earth to steal ancient records of the planet’s original colony mission — against an interplanetary peace treaty. She must piece information together decaying, scattered records to learn why her home world’s… Read More
    Yarmouth History Center welcomes author Anne B. Gass to the Spring Lecture Series at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, June 19. In a talk titled “Patriotism, War, and Woman Suffrage,” Gass will discuss her extensive research into the suffrage movement of the early 20th century, focusing on the efforts… Read More
    A sight-and-sound documentary and essay homage to the great American author Hunter S. Thompson. Following the documentary, visiting author Eva Morris will read excerpts from the essay that would become Thompson’s last interview before his death. This will be followed by a brief Q&A. 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, experience a one-of-a-kind evening ‘Where… Read More
    The conversation that informs a large part of Bucksport’s identity is one between the past and the present. With the closing of the paper-mill, the town has re-imagined its identity. Historical footage of the town, the people, and early technology responsible for the local industries is preserved at… Read More
    Join us for the final Eggs and Issues of the season, and the final one of Governor Paul LePage’s term as Governor of Maine. This event is expected to sell out, so be sure to reserve your spot to hear the Governor one last time!… Read More