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  • Tuesday June 27 2017
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    Reckoning with Nature: Andrew Winter at Monhegan Island @ Monhegan Museum of Art and History

    This summer’s art exhibition at the Monhegan Museum of Art and History is a retrospective of Andrew Winter’s Monhegan paintings. It will be on display from June 24th until September 30th. Andrew Winter was an acclaimed mid-twentieth century artist, born in Estonia, who sailed around the world before immigrating to the United States, establishing himself […] View event

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    Haze and Dacey at Andy’s Old Port Pub @ Andy's Old Port Pub

    Based in Richmond, Virginia, Haze & Dacey revel in lilting melodies, tight harmonies, and compelling rhythms that make toes tap and bodies sway. Original songs are interspersed amongst covers both familiar and obscure. The duo skips nimbly from folk-pop to alt-country to roots-rock, creating a homegrown organic sound with upright bass, acoustic guitar, piano, shaker, […] View event

  • “Lost Landscapes” @ Ketchum Library – UNE, Biddeford campus

    An exhibition of Plein Air paintings by Charles Matthew Thompson, UNE Professor of Art and founder of the UNE Department of Fine Arts, will be on view in the UNE Art Gallery, Ketchum Library, Biddeford Campus through August 1, 2017. While visiting the Dyer Library in Saco, Maine, Thompson came upon a book from the […] View event

  • “Faces” @ The Local Buzz

    Starting June 2nd, The Local Buzz Coffee Shop & Cafe at 327 Ocean House Road in Cape Elizabeth will feature the art exhibit “Faces” by artist Russ Lamer. The exhibit will run through the month of June. The Local Buzz will open the exhibit with an artist’s reception on June 2nd from 5 to 7 […] View event

  • Al-Anon Meeting @ Federated Church of Skowhegan

    For families and friends affected by someone else’s drinking. View event

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    Lost Landscapes: An exhibition of paintings by UNE Professor Charles Thompson @ Art Gallery – UNE, Portland campus

    An exhibition of Plein Air paintings by Charles Matthew Thompson, UNE Professor of Art and founder of the UNE Department of Fine Arts, will be on view in the UNE Art Gallery, Ketchum Library, Biddeford Campus through August 1, 2017. While visiting the Dyer Library in Saco, Maine, Thompson came upon a book from the […] View event

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    “Four Artists, Four Distinct Styles” @ Dogfish Bar and Grill

    “Four Artists, Four Distinct Styles” exhibit of work by Gay Freeborn of Brownfield, Doug Houle of Augusta, Diane Noble of Biddeford and Kim Traina of Edgecomb will be on at the Dogfish Cafe on Free Street in Portland from April 30 to July 2. Gay’s oil paintings conveying the intimate understanding of animals and the […] View event

  • 2017 Acadia Trad Festival - World-Class Concerts, Classes and Workshops, Dances

    Acadia Trad Festival @ College of the Atlantic Gates Community Center

    World-Class Concerts, Classes & Workshops, Dances Now entering its fifth year, the Acadia Trad Festival summer music school is the core program offered by the Acadia School of Traditional Music and Arts. The Acadia Trad Festival is a jam-packed week of classes, concerts and jam sessions in the Irish, Scottish, Acadian, Cajun, Old-Time and Cape […] View event

  • Book Launch Party for Bill Roorbach @ Print: A Bookstore

    Tuesday, June 27, 7:00 PM Book Launch Party for the release of Bill Roorbach’s new collection of short stories, THE GIRL OF THE LAKE Bill Roorbach conjures vivid, complex characters whose layered interior worlds feel at once familiar and extraordinary. He first made his mark as the winner of an O. Henry Prize for one […] View event

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    “Mountains to Sea” @ Merrill Memorial Library

    The Merrill Memorial Library in Yarmouth is featuring the paintings of Anne F. Niles from May 18-July12. The Library is located at 215 Main Street, Yarmouth. View event

  • Walking for fitness and fun @ Skowhegan Community Center

    Monday through Friday View event

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    POWER OF PLACE Wells Reserve at Laudholm @ Wells Reserve at Laudholm

    POWER OF PLACE Wells Reserve at Laudholm Wells, Maine May 26 – October 16, 2017 Opening Reception Wednesday, June 7th 4:30-6:30 pm Open Daily from 7AM to Sunset Rolling fields and woodland trails on historic coastal farm offer dramatic settings for outdoor sculpture in granite, steel, marble and bronze by twenty-eight New England artists. http://www.wellsreserve.org/visit/  […] View event

  • 7:30am Community

    Winthrop Rotary Club @ American Legion Alfred W. Maxwell Jr. Post 40, Winthrop

    every Tuesday View event

  • Yoga classes @ Spectrum Generations Muskie Community Center

    with Kim Nashed, a Yoga Alliance certified instructor practicing yoga for 10 years. Tuesdays & Thursdays View event

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    Free Half-Day Summer Camp June 26-30 @ South Freeport Church

    South Freeport Congregational Church is offering an opportunity for kids aged 5 to 12 to participate in a “Maker Fun Factory” from 9 am to 12 noon Monday to Friday, June 26-30. In this free program kids will create, build, invent, sing, move, and have fun exploring how we all have been designed by God […] View event

  • 9:00am Community

    Quilters & Crafts @ Spectrum Generations Muskie Community Center

    Tuesdays View event

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    Trip to Old Orchard Beach @ Litchfield Senior Center

    with beach time, lunch and shopping. Leave from Sportsmen’s Club. View event

  • Rug Hooking @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Rug hooking is both an art and a craft where rugs are made by pulling strips of yarn or fabric through a stiff woven fabric such as burlap or linen. Bring your own supplies and creativity and enjoy the company of other rug hooking artists. View event

  • Revolutionary War lithograph exhibit @ Gibbs Library

    The Gibbs Library will present a selection of 18th and 19th-century lithographs depicting events of Revolutionary and Civil War from the collection of Washington resident Lennie Weiner. The exhibit includes two historical figures, George Washington and Israel Putnam, both of whom had a significant influence on the history of the town. At one time, the […] View event

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    Portland Stage: Summer Camps 2017 @ Theater for Kids at Portland Stage Co.

    Come out to play at Portland Stage this summer! Our week-long theater camps are fun, challenging, and enriching! Stories of all kinds are used to fuel active, educational, lively, and process-based summer programs for young people, grades K–12. Spend the summer working with professional actors, directors, and artisans. Every participant is invited to think, speak, […] View event

  • Stretch and tone low-impact aerobics @ Skowhegan Community Center

    All participants must register prior to participating. A clean change of sneakers is required. Tuesday and Thursday View event

  • 9:00am Community

    Lambs Clothes Closet @ Fairfield First Baptist Church

    Free gently used clothing View event

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    Cockamamie! Odd and Unusual Books from Members’ Collections @ Mantor Library — University of Maine at Farmington

    The Shiretown Bookers are proud to announce their summer exhibition, “Cockamamie! Odd and Unusual Books from Members’ Collections,” running from June 9 through Sept. 28, in the Bookers’ display area in Mantor Library at 116 South St., in Farmington. Some remarkable books will be on display, each of them unusual in some way. Some are […] View event

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    Sea Kayak Tour to Fort Gorges @ East End Beach

    This 3-hour sea kayak tour takes you to Fort Gorges, a Civil-War-era granite fort surrounded by water that’s one of the most fascinating spots in Casco Bay. The trip is a great way way to combine the experience of sea kayaking on the Maine coast with exploring one of the region’s most exciting historic landmarks. […] View event

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    “Images and Visions” @ Pemaquid Watershed Association's office-gallery

    An exhibit of evocative landscape paintings by artist Belva Ann Prycel will opening Monday, June 26, at Pemaquid Watershed Association’s office-gallery, 584 Main St., Damariscotta. On display will be nearly 40 oil paintings, both large and small in scale, depicting the changing light and atmospheres of Maine. Prycel has painted the coast extensively, but this […] View event

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    GARY HAVEN SMITH Ogunquit Museum of American Art @ Ogunquit Museum of American Art

    GARY HAVEN SMITH Ogunquit Museum of American Art Ogunquit, Maine May 1 – October 31, 2017 Solo show by acclaimed stone sculptor in the Museum’s seaside gardens. www.ogunquitmuseum.org for hours and directions. June LaCombe SCULPTURE 207.688.4468 | june.lacombe@gmail.com www.junelacombesculpture.com View event

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    50 Years and Counting: An Ode to Clay by Nancy Button @ Maine Potters Market

    For the month of June, Maine Potters Market is featuring work by long-time member Nancy Button of Fireside Pottery. The first clay that Nancy worked with was an earthy stoneware, and every winter she returns to it’s warm hues and building ease from the porcelain that has become her trademark. “Working with stoneware feels like […] View event

  • Drop-in Tech Help @ Lithgow Public Library

    Stop by for help with smartphones, tablets, iPads, laptops, eReaders, email, basic computer skills etc. Every Tuesday and Wednesday, 10-11 a.m. For other times, call for an appointment. View event

  • 10:00am Community

    Open house @ Lexington/Highland Historical Society

    open every Tuesday View event

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    ‘Kate Gilmore: In your Way’ @ Bates College, Olin Arts Center

    Kate Gilmore, an artist critically acclaimed for humorous, politically charged videos in which art is the product of women’s difficult physical exertions, shows work at the Bates College Museum of Art this summer. View event

  • Now &Then: Portland Public Library’s Collection Reconfigured @ Lewis Gallery, Portland Public Library

    Now & Then: Portland Public Library’s Collection Reconfigured brings together nine local artists who, in honor of the Library’s 150th Anniversary year, have created artistic works that respond directly to art and artifacts within the Library’s permanent collection including curiosities from the Portland Room historic archives. The exhibit will be on view in the library’s […] View event

  • 10:00am Benefits, Community

    Summer book and bake sale @ Oakland Public Library

    Gently used books and fresh baked pies, breads and other pastries. View event

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    Creative Maine: Trade Banners and the Crafts That Built Maine @ Maine Historical Society

    Creative Maine explores the creativity and ingenuity that created the Maine economy as we know it today through the historical parade banners of the Maine Charitable Mechanic Association. In 1841, MCMA members paraded down Congress Street in Portland to demonstrate their skills and support for their individual trades, as well as for craftspeople struggling to […] View event

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    ‘At Home and Abroad: Works From the Marsden Hartley Collection’ @ Bates College, Olin Arts Center

    “At Home and Abroad“ explores aspects of the life and art of Lewiston native Edmund (Marsden) Hartley, one of America’s most important modernist painters. The entire Hartley collection at Bates, more than 400 objects, includes early oil sketches by Hartley; works in his personal collection by other artists; Late Antique, Mexican and Asian textiles; a […] View event

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    ‘Works In Watercolor’ @ Richard Boyd Art Gallery

    (Portland, ME) Richard Boyd Art Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of a solo exhibition of paintings by watercolorist Randy Eckard on June 1 at 10 a.m. A trained commercial and fine artist living in Blue Hill, ME Randy’s career as a fine artist working exclusively with watercolors spans more than three decades. Eckard […] View event

  • “Rebirth” exhibit at Stable Gallery @ Stable Gallery, Damariscotta

    June show at Stable Gallery, a former stable now gallery managed by artists for artists, features painters Hati Modr, Priscilla McCandless, Lucinda Talbot, Katenia Keller; weaver Bill Bellows; ceramicist Lee Cummings; jeweler Ruth Hartman; wood workers Stephen Vowles and Steve Ryder. Over 35 Maine based artists show their work at the gallery throughout the summer […] View event

  • Image featured: Robert Indiana, KVF VII the Hartley Elegies: the Berlin Series, 1991. Silkscreen on paper, 59 1/2 in. x 59 1/2 in. (151.1 x 151.1 cm). Gift of Park Granada Editions, 1991.027
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    Robert Indiana: Placeholder @ Colby College Museum of Art

    In 1978, facing eviction from his long-time studio in lower Manhattan, Robert Indiana (born 1928) relocated to the island of Vinalhaven, located in Maine’s Penobscot Bay, where he had worked seasonally since 1969. Robert Indiana: Placeholder features select prints from two series related to the artist’s residence in Maine, a time of intense introspection and […] View event

  • 10:00am For Kids

    Build a Better World Storytime @ Winslow Public Library

    Join us as we learn about how gardening and kindness can make the world a better place. General storytime format is three stories, songs and fingerplays and a craft or activity at the end. View event

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    Visionary Painting: Curated by Alex Katz @ Colby College Museum of Art

    Visionary Painting presents a selection of works showing artists in compelling dialogue with the work of Marsden Hartley. Alex Katz (born 1927) credits Hartley with creating “a vision of Maine that dominates people’s minds even today.” Curated by Katz as a companion to Marsden Hartley’s Maine, this exhibition considers how the American modernist’s thematic and […] View event

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    The Wow of Wool! at Markings Gallery @ Markings Gallery

    Markings gallery is highlighting the new work of Sue Stasiowki, Camden artist…animal sculptures in felted wool. Each animal has a beguiling expression unique to that character. The colors and textures that Sue creates through the process of felting is impressive! She paints with the fibers. Elegant Heron, magical sea turtles, a regal elephant family, birds […] View event

  • 10:00am For Kids

    Toddler Time @ Lithgow Public Library

    Our lap sit program helps your child develop language and literacy skills by singing songs, sharing books, and learning nursery rhymes, while interacting with other children and caregivers. Every Tuesday in the Children’s Room @ 10:00 am View event

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    Job Search Lab @ Waterville Public Library

    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 and training options available in our area. No appointment necessary — just drop in. Staffed by Augusta CareerCenter, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education and New Ventures Maine. Every Tuesday View event

  • “Heroism in Unjust Times: Rescuers During the Holocaust” exhibit @ Michael Klahr Center — University of Maine at Augusta

    The Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine will open its new exhibit, “Heroism in Unjust Times: Rescuers During the Holocaust.” The exhibit will be on display at the Michael Klahr Center on the campus of the University of Maine at Augusta through Friday, Aug. 11. Despite the potentially fatal consequences, thousands of individuals risked […] View event

  • 10:00am Community

    Fairfield Historical Society @ Fairfield History House Museum

    open Tuesdays and 2nd Saturday each month March thru November 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. View event

  • Job-seeking help by appointment @ Waterville Public Library

    Employment Support Specialist Dana Hamilton of the Kennebec Valley Community Action program will provide assistance with job search activities. This service is available on Tuesdays by appointment only at the Waterville Public Library. Sign up for a time slot with Hamilton by stopping by the Information Services Desk at the library or by calling 680-2603. View event

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    Graphic Matters: George Bellows and World War I @ Colby College Museum of Art

    In the decade before his death, the American artist George Bellows (1882–1925) embraced lithography, a printmaking technique in which the artist draws directly onto a stone or plate with an oil-based medium. Of the more than 170 lithographs that Bellows produced, twenty belong to his “War Series,” which was immediately controversial when published in 1918. […] View event

  • Making Paper, Making Maine @ Maine Historical Society

    Paper has shaped Maine’s economy, molded individual and community identities, and impacted the environment throughout Maine. When Hugh Chisholm opened the Otis Falls Pulp Company in Jay in 1888, the mill was one of the most modern paper-making facilities in the country, and was connected to national and global markets. For the next century, Maine […] View event

  • 10:00am Community

    CenterPoint Community Church Food Pantry @ Centerpoint Community Church — Anson

    serving Anson, North Anson, New Portland, Solon and Starks View event

  • Mad Science of Maine @ Belgrade Community Center for All Seasons

    Join us for an interactive children’s show that explores the fields of mechanical, aeronautical, aerospace, chemical, robotics, civil and renewable energy engineering. We’ll look at hover boards and robots as well as the concepts behind self-driving cars and much more. Hosted by the Belgrade Public Library but held at the Center For All Seasons (route […] View event

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    Clothes closet @ United Methodist Clothes Closet

    reasonably priced; volunteers needed View event

  • 10:00am For Kids

    Storytime @ Winslow Public Library

    Every Tuesday View event

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    Books and Babies @ Windham Public Library

    Children, birth-24 months. Program lasts approximately 20 minutes, and includes songs, fingerplays, and a story. This program has several goals: to provide early experiences for children with the spoken word, to provide a chance for parents/caregivers to share activities with children, and to create enjoyment for all during story time. It is very helpful for […] View event

  • Blood Pressure Clinic before our Lunch and Learn series @ Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center

    We are pleased that Melinda Jumbo, R.N. is joining us Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15am for a weekly blood pressure clinic before Lunch & Learn. You’ll see her at the table next to the reception desk. Stop by, say hello & have your blood pressure checked for free! View event

  • “New England Summers” @ Wiscasset Bay Gallery

    a pair of energetically painted oils by John Fulton Folinsbee (1892-1972). “Up the Kennebec” is rendered in rich blues and greens and depicts the clear light of a Maine summer day on the Kennebec River. In contrast, “Squall” utilizes strong blacks, browns and ultramarine blues to capture two men in a dory crossing Montsweag Bay […] View event

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    “Becoming Summer” @ Savory Maine Organic Restaurant

    A selection of new oil paintings by local artist Susan Bartlett Rice will be on display May 23 through July 3 at Savory Maine. Rice represents long-standing traditions in contemporary times through her colorful paintings of local architecture, the working waterfront, the Maine woods and agriculture. Rice’s recent paintings feature vibrant color, and her style […] View event

  • “Places: Two Views — Paintings and Photography” @ Emery Community Arts Center, University of Maine at Farmington

    by Phil Poirier and Milton Christianson The show runs through Friday, Aug. 18. Born in Rumford, Poirier considers himself an observational naturalist where photography, the visual transcription, has now supplanted painting. “Working with digital imagery, I push the images, pulling out work that feels more painterly than anything I ever did with a brush,” said […] View event

  • Unity College Young Actors Camp @ Unity College Center for the Performing Arts

    “Supporting the Whimsical”- a 5-day Acting Intensive for Young Adults Expand your prowess as actors. Think about what it means to inhabit the body of another person. Learn to respect the art of acting and your contribution to it. The Young Actors Camp at Unity College is a week-long camp dedicated to honing the acting […] View event

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    Bowdoin International Music Festival presents the Ying Quartet: Guide to Rehearsing Chamber Music @ Studzinski Recital Hall, Bowdoin College

    The Festival’s public educational programs begin with a special event featuring the Ying Quartet demonstrating chamber music rehearsal. View event

  • 11:00am Community

    Chicken pot pie luncheon @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Chicken Pot Pie, Biscuits, Vegetable, Soup and Salad. Entertainment by Swingtime Band View event

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    Victor Leger: Obsessive Realism @ Littlefield Gallery

    From June 19 through July 16, Littlefield Gallery in Winter Harbor will display the largest body of Victor Leger’s Maine landscapes thus far. The work is a variety of coastal scenes on the Schoodic Peninsula section of Acadia National Park.Though the paintings are all realistically represented, they diverge greatly in terms of daylight, weather, composition, […] View event

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    Embellishments in Victorian fashion @ Saco Museum

    Sumptuous fabrics, vibrant colors and textures, masses of elaborate trims – all are defining elements of fashionable Victorian women’s clothing. Nineteenth-century designers had very definite ideas of what constituted beauty, and these concepts had a widespread impact on art and design. Embellishments in Victorian Fashion focuses on how nineteenth-century aesthetics influenced women’s clothing design and […] View event

  • Healthy Change Starts Here @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Personalized Fitness Assessments – Are you ready to start an exercise program but do not know where to start? Make an appointment with Robin, Advanced Senior Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor for a FREE consultation. Robin can develop a wellness plan that is right for you! We will schedule 1/2 hour appointments between the hours […] View event

  • 12:00pm Community

    Bingo @ Golden Oldies Senior Center

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    Addie’s Attic @ St. Mark's Parish Hall

    free clothing bank View event

  • Wood Carving @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Learn the art of woodcarving class led by William Bedard. All ability levels are welcome, from the expert to the novice woodcarver. Bring our own tools, supplies and creativity. Classes are held on Tuesday’s from 12:45 PM – 2:45 PM. View event

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    Knitters ‘N More @ Windham Public Library

    Whether you knit, crochet or do any other form of needlework, you are welcome to join our informal group. Bring your own project to work on. Share patterns, tips and conversation. This is not intended as an instructional session– although you may learn something new from your fellow knitters! Contact the library for more information: […] View event

  • Leer y charlar @ Camden Public Library

    Read and chat entirely in Spanish! All who are proficient in Spanish are welcome to attend. FMI contact Lynne Taylor at leerycharlar@gmail.com View event

  • Knitting/crocheting and needlework @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Join our group of crafters for an afternoon of knitting, crocheting and other needlework crafts. Work on your own project or participate in a group project. Bring your own supplies. View event

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    Beano @ Seton Village

    Open to public Every Tuesday View event

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    Sidney Historical Society @ Sidney Grange

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    Four Leaf Clover Senior Citizens Club @ Lions Den

    for those 55 and older. All seniors are welcome. Every Monday View event

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    Cribbage @ Spectrum Generations Muskie Community Center

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  • 2:00pm Meet-Up

    Techspresso

    Maximize the function and fun of your electronic devices by dropping in for Techspresso, held every Tuesday afternoon from 2 PM-3:30 PM at Merrill Memorial Library. Our tech adepts Jeff and Nissa will answer your questions and assist you in discovering how to use your gadgets to their fullest capacities, while you sip a cup […] View event

  • Living Well for Better Health @ Bingham Area Health Center

    Workshop series is for adults with any kind of ongoing health condition. A family member or friend may join you. Learn new ways to deal with issues such as feeling pain, feeling tired or sad, eating well, using medications, managing stress, solving problems, planing for the future, setting goals, and talking with your doctor. To […] View event

  • Music Jam @ LINC Wellness & Recovery Center

    For those experiencing life’s challenges. Tuesdays View event

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    Center for Wildlife’s Tuesday tours at two! @ Center for Wildlife

    Meet CFW educators and ambassadors under our outdoor educational pavilion and learn about the CFW’s history and mission, local wildlife, and what to look out for this season. Following the presentation, join us for a tour of our raptor enclosure and the chance to observe a baby bird feeding! Reservations required, please visit www.thecenterforwildlife.org/news.htm fmi! View event

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    Crafternoons – Make a Dinosaur from Paper Plates @ Waterville Public Library

    Drop by the Children’s Department every Tuesday between 2:30 and 4 p.m. and make something fabulous. A different project each week, designed for kids 5 and older. If you’re younger than 7, please bring a grownup helper. This week: Make a Dinosaur from Paper Plates. For more information, call or email. View event

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    Teen Summer Special: Candy Wrapper Creations @ Waterville Public Library

    Discover all the amazing things you can make out of recycled candy wrappers. The possibilities are endless. Open to attendees ages 18 and younger. Call or email for more information. View event

  • TOPS Club 96 (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) @ Oakland Public Library

    meets every Tuesday: 4:15 p.m. weigh-in, visitors welcome View event

  • One-on-One Technology Tutoring @ Portland Public Library

    One-on-one tutoring sessions are for all levels of computer users and this is a chance to sit down with a staff member for 30 minutes of free computer assistance. Laptops are available for use and the sessions take place in a quiet area of the library. Advance registration is required, please call 871-1700 x 708, […] View event

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    Bingo @ Crystal Falls

    American Legion Post 205 holds Bingo every Tuesday. Doors open at 4:30 p.m.. Games start at 6:30 p.m. $1,400 payout, plus winner take all. Bingo held weather permitting. View event

  • Overeaters Anonymous Step 11 Meeting @ 134 Main St., Winthrop, ME

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    Dig deeper: Farming & the fight against climate change @ Wolfe's Neck Farm

    In a monthly series this summer, we invite you to “dig deeper” into some of the key issues in food and farming today, and learn how Wolfe’s Neck Farm is playing an important part in finding solutions. June 27th: Farming and the Fight Against Climate Change Presented by Dorn Cox, Wolfe’s Neck Farm Research Coordinator […] View event

  • Gala reception: “Places: Two Views — Paintings and Photography” @ Emery Community Arts Center, University of Maine at Farmington

    by Phil Poirier and Milton Christianson.” The show runs through Friday, Aug. 18. Born in Rumford, Poirier considers himself an observational naturalist where photography, the visual transcription, has now supplanted painting. “Working with digital imagery, I push the images, pulling out work that feels more painterly than anything I ever did with a brush,” said […] View event

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    Mechanical Weed Management @ Goranson's Farm

    (UMaine Extension Collaboration with MOFGA) Weed control is a primary challenge in organic farming systems. This workshop will offer ecological and cultural approaches to weed management with UMaine Extension Professional Jason Lilley, University of Maine Professor Eric Gallandt, MOFGA staff members and farmer expertise from Carl Johanson. Potluck to follow. Date: June 27th Time: 5pm […] View event

  • Opening Reception: “Rebirth” Exhibit @ Stable Gallery, Damariscotta

    June show at Stable Gallery kicks off with a public reception for the artists at the former stable, now gallery managed by artists for artists. Featured in June are painters Hati Modr, Priscilla McCandless, Lucinda Talbot, Katenia Keller; weaver Bill Bellows; ceramicist Lee Cummings; jeweler Ruth Hartman; wood workers Stephen Vowles and Steve Ryder. Over […] View event

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    Author reading/signing at Owl and Turtle @ Owl & Turtle Bookshop Cafe

    Former Rockport resident, award-winning author and poet Jaimee Wriston Colbert, will be reading from and signing her latest short story collection, Wild Things, at the Owl & Turtle Bookshop Cafe in Camden on June 27th at 5pm. Event free and open to the public. Limited seating. Call to reserve a book: 207.230.7335 View event

  • Organizational Zen @ Winslow Public Library

    Winslow Public Library to host program on how to get stuff done, feel more in control of your time, and bring organizational peace into your life with Janie Downey Maxwell. Have you ever bought something you already owned because it was easier than finding the thing you had? Do you find yourself misplacing keys, glasses, […] View event

  • Organizational Zen @ Winslow Public Library

    Have you ever bought something you already owned because it was easier than finding the thing you had? Do you find yourself misplacing keys, glasses, or small children? Are you feeling overwhelmed and edgy over things you may have forgotten to do? Organizational Zen is a presentation on organizational habits – how to get stuff […] View event

  • Celebrate Recovery @ Palermo Christian Church

    Christ-centered, 12-step program to help you overcome your hurts, habits or hangups. Every Tuesday View event

  • 6:00pm Community

    Cribbage tournament @ American Legion Alfred W. Maxwell Jr. Post 40, Winthrop

    Food available at bar. Anyone can sign up. every Tuesday View event

  • 6:00pm Music

    The Black Watch @ Zero Station

    Los Angeles’ legendary indie rock outfit the black watch tours the east coast in support of its 15th LP, “The Gospel According to John.” As The Austin Chronicle has observed: “TBW are like a fight between The Soft Boys and the Velvet Underground, or My Bloody Valentine x Nick Drake, miasma in the calm, chaos […] View event

  • Board of Selectmen Meeting @ Windsor Town Hall

    Board of Selectmen Meeting 6:00 p.m. View event

  • Cribbage tournament @ American Legion Alfred W. Maxwell Jr. Post 40, Winthrop

    proceeds will benefit American Legion programs View event

  • 6:20pm Benefits

    Texas Hold’em Tournaments @ Best Western Plus Waterville

    to benefit Hospice Volunteers of Waterville Area View event

  • 6:30pm Community

    Bingo @ Gardiner/Augusta Lions Club

    Doors open at 4 p.m. View event

  • Tiny House Talk @ Gray Public Library

    Ever wonder what is really involved living in or building a Tiny House? John Favreau of Long Branch School of Maine & Long Branch Tiny Houses will give an overview on the movement and answer questions. View event

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    Flourish Healing Salon @ Flourish

    Turn On, Tune In & Heal Out! Every other week beginning June 13, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm Admission $5 – individual fees for services An cool, energy filled evening with a showcase of Healing Arts. Start with a group Sound Healing at 6:30pm led by Mary Feeley (free w/admission) Then choose from an array […] View event

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    6:30pm Film

    Movie Milestones: “The Goodbye Girl” @ Patten Free Library

    After being dumped by her live-in boyfriend, an unemployed dancer and her 10-year-old daughter are reluctantly forced to live with a struggling off-Broadway actor. Richard Dreyfuss and Marsha Mason star in this 1977 romantic comedy. Dreyfuss won the Academy Award for Best Actor; the film received four other Oscar nominations, including Best Picture and Best […] View event

  • Exploring Maine/Wabanaki History @ Friends Meeting House

    Exploring Maine/Wabanaki History Tuesday, June 27, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Friends Meeting House,1837 Forest Ave., Portland Maine-Wabanaki REACH invites you to an interactive story-telling experience. We will learn about events in the colonizing history of Wabanaki people (the Indigenous people of Maine) and Europeans and their descendants. This is a participatory program appropriate for adults and teens. […] View event

  • Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous @ Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Augusta

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  • Goodbye Girl
    6:30pm Film

    Movie Milestones: “The Goodbye Girl” @ Patten Free Library

    After being dumped by her live-in boyfriend, an unemployed dancer and her 10-year-old daughter are reluctantly forced to live with a struggling off-Broadway actor. Richard Dreyfuss and Marsha Mason star in this 1977 romantic comedy. Dreyfuss won the Academy Award for Best Actor; the film received four other Oscar nominations, including Best Picture and Best […] View event

  • 7:00pm Community, Music

    Portland Maine Weekly Sacred Harp Singing @ First Parish Church, Portland

    Come sing with us! We get together every Tuesday evening and sing from the 1991 edition of “The Sacred Harp.” This is an open community singing where all voices are welcome – no musical or singing experience is expected or necessary, with beginners warmly encouraged to join us. Loaner song books are always available to […] View event

  • It's Funny Fun in The Ladies Room, a new musical comedy at The Footlights Theatre in Falmouth, Maine.
    7:00pm Theater

    The Ladies Room: A Musical Comedy @ The Footlights Theatre

    It’s funny fun in The Ladies Room, a new Musical Comedy now playing at The Footlights Theatre in Falmouth, Maine. If you love to laugh and have fun, this is the perfect summer entertainment for you and your family of friends! It’s 80 minutes on non-stop comedy, music and surprises in the air conditioned Footlights […] View event