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    Here’s a wonderful opportunity to get out to the farms and have some fun with the family, and buy some delicious Maine cheese right from the farm/creamery. Stop by one of our farms, hug some kids, sample some cheese, and welcome the beginning of our cheese making season,… Read More
    On Sunday, April 22, children and their families will experience a celebration of Earth Day at KidzJam. KidzJam is a musical playgroup designed to introduce children to new instruments, genres and cultures. We make-and-take instruments at every meeting and learn songs and dances taken from varying… Read More
    HARMONY- Join 80+ parrots for a free Earth Day celebration at Siesta Sanctuary on Sun. April 22 from 1 – 5 p.m. This is a family friendly event where you can see beautiful birds– hear parrots talk, sing and dance–play catch with a cockatoo and learn about parrots… Read More
    ACAT is pleased to announce BETWEEN THE LINES, a new play reading series presented in partnership with the Waterville Public Library and Waterville Creates! The play reading series complements ACAT’s main series of staged productions. The inaugural season of BETWEEN THE LINES consists of four significant plays, presented… Read More
    Camden’s Quasimodal Chorus will return to the Camden Public Library for an Earth Day performance on Sunday afternoon, April 22, at 2 p.m., in the Reading Room. The Quasimodal Chorus will be joined in the performance by The January Men and Then Some and The Mill Street Irregulars. Read More
    Robinson Ballet will follow the original tale of the most famous outlaw of England, Robin Hood! Along with Little John, Friar Tuck, Maid Marion and the Band of Merry Friends, Robin Hood will take from the rich and give to the poor by using their superb skills of… Read More
    BRUNSWICK — Sweetest in the Gale (SinG), the 30-voice women’s choir of the Oratorio Chorale, directed by Emily Isaacson, will present a concert of music by living composers who imaginatively repurpose traditional or folk tunes at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 22, at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 27 Pleasant… Read More
    Sweetest in the Gale (SinG), the 30-voice women’s choir of the Oratorio Chorale, directed by Emily Isaacson, will present a concert of music by living composers who imaginatively repurpose traditional or folk tunes.  The concerts will take place on April 21 at 7 p.m. at St. Mary’s Episcopal… Read More
    WMPG’s Fashion Show strives to include a wide-ranging and energetic collection of the talent and creativity that is thriving in Maine. Artistic Director Cindy Flanders describes the runway show as,“an eclectic mix of modern, vintage and artistic pieces, featuring local designers who are new to the… Read More
    READFIELD — Dale Potter-Clark will present a talk on “Early Religion in Readfield” 9:30-11 a.m. Monday, April 23, at Maranacook Middle High School cafeteria, as part of Senior Cafe. Readfield was settled years ahead of the War of Independence and before the US Constitution assured religious freedom. Read More
    Join us in the Teen Room at the Waterville Public Library and make something amazing! Every Monday at 3pm we’ll be creating something new. We provide the supplies, you bring the creativity! On Monday, April 23rd recreate your favorite scenes from fiction using Peeps! We’ll provide the Peeps… Read More
    Sprouting Daisies will bring together girls of all ages (and their caregivers), and allow them to discover why Girl Scouting is important to their development. Attendees will be invited to participate in an activity, learn about volunteer opportunities and learn how to earn Girl Scouts of Maine’s newest… Read More
    Sprouting Daisies will bring together girls of all ages (and their caregivers), and allow them to discover why Girl Scouting is important to their development. Attendees will be invited to participate in an activity, learn about volunteer opportunities and learn how to earn Girl Scouts of Maine’s newest… Read More