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  • Wednesday January 17 2018

    Past Tense – A Group Show with Nicole Dyer, Jerrell Gibbs, and Rachel Hayden @ SPACE Gallery

    Past Tense is a group show curated by Dave Eassa featuring works by Baltimore-based painters Nicole Dyer, Jerrell Gibbs, and Rachel Hayden. The three artists deal with autobiographical narratives and mine memory, conversations, relationships, events, family artifacts, people, and places to build a visual language that works to analyze one’s self. Subleties within the days […] View event

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    Harry Beskind: “Whimsical Watercolors” @ Merrill Memorial Library

    Through March 3. Beskind thinks of his painting as “ a continuation of his life’s work: in his art he tries to understand some aspects of our mental lives and their effects on our souls.” A graphologist, who analyzed his handwriting, has told Beskind that somehow he has “kept alive a part of childhood and […] View event

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    “Recent Watercolors” @ Campus Center – UNE, Biddeford campus

    ‘Recent watercolor works by artist Russel Whitten are on display at University of New England Biddeford Campus Center. Working primarily pleinair, Whitten has captured native vignettes on paper from Old Orchard Beach to Kennebunkport, Maine. Whitten studied at The Art Students League of New York, Maine College of Art in Portland and Heartwood College of […] View event

  • “Heads, Hands, Feet; Sleeping, Holding, Dreaming, Dying” @ Bates College Museum of Art

    Bates College Museum of Art Exhibit: A couple since the mid-1970s, sculptor Rona Pondick and painter Robert Feintuch share interests in making work that uses the body to pursue psychologically suggestive meanings: Both believe that the body speaks. This remarkable exhibition, the first substantial exhibition of both their work together, includes sculptures and prints by […] View event

  • Dave Eassa – Stop and Smell the Roses Sometimes @ SPACE Gallery

    If all else fails, find the Sun. In times when it seems increasingly easy to become overwhelmed with current climates and negativity, take some time to remember the good. Celebrate the little things, and commemorate what makes you smile. A small act that keeps the wheels turning. Dave Eassa (b. 1991) is an artist and […] View event

  • 3-hut guided ski tour @ Maine Huts & Trails

    Experience three huts over four days of adventure with a Registered Maine Guide. Explore scenic backcountry trails while taking in views of Flagstaff Lake, Bigelow and Sugarloaf Mountains as you visit Flagstaff, Poplar and Stratton Brook Huts. As always, you can look forward to hearty home-cooked meals, hot showers, toasty bunkrooms and cozy spots in […] View event

  • Community Bingo @ Gardiner Lions Club

    Community Bingo Every Wednesday at Gardiner Lions Club at 6:30 P.M.! Doors open at 4 P.M. for socializing and lunch from their kitchen featering snacks and specials. Proceeds support community charity projects. View event

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    TRANSLUCENCE, photographs by John Ripton @ Daunis Fine Jewelry

    Kennebunkport photographer, poet, essayist, and historian, John Ripton gains distortion of common subjects by photographing through rain and ice on windows in his “Translucence” series. This will open at Daunis Fine Jewelry Studio, January 5th for First Friday Art Walk and is located at 616 Congress St., Portland and run through February. “Shooting on snowy […] View event

  • Julie Gray – Waiting Room @ SPACE Gallery

    Waiting Room depicts a domestic space full of personal effects, houseplants, dated electronics and one lone chair, all created with naive materials including papier-mâché, yarn, paper, clay, acrylic, and other like materials. Gray takes inspiration from her grandmothers’ longing to pass away and their collective sense of loneliness, loss and anticipation in reuniting with their […] View event

  • Guidance by experts of Professional Assignment writing UK

    Hello everyone We are introducing to student and arranging an event for all students. students can enjoy here many interesting tasks with study guidance help. we invite team of Professional Essay writing UK, We Write Essay is a leading reputable writing services company in UK. We Write Essay provides best Essay help, best Essay writing […] View event

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    Writer’s accountability group @ Thomas Memorial Library

    Are you looking for a way to get started writing? Or, if you’re already writing, would you like to connect with other writers? Starting January 17th, the Thomas Memorial Library delighted to introduce their first Writer’s Accountability Group (WAG!) which will meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 10:30-noon. This is a place […] View event

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    10:30am Food and Drink

    Portland Old Port Culinary Walking Tour @ Old Port

    Eat and drink like a local with us on a Maine Foodie Tour! The culinary culture of a town is so much more than just sit-down dining experiences. It’s the bakers, brewers, candy makers and other artisan food and beverage locales where creativity and taste meet. On our popular Culinary Walking Tour you’ll sample a […] View event

  • 11:00am Community

    Game Day @ Golden Oldies Senior Center

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  • 11:00am Community

    Baked Ham @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Baked Ham, Scalloped Potatoes, Vegetable, Soup, Salad and Dessert. Entertainment by Dave Fisher View event

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    Dwell: at home in the gallery @ Common Street Arts

    join common street arts for an interactive exhibit from january 10 to february 10, 2018! dwell is designed to foster community, conversation, and creativity. during these wintery weeks, visit the gallery to share in the 20th and 21st century board games, tea and tarot readings, art making activities, snow sculpting in castonguay square, piano playing, […] View event

  • Sean Alonzo Harris: Voices in Our Midst @ PhoPa Gallery

    Voices in Our Midst is a collection of street photography and portraits by Sean Alonzo Harris taken in Portland, Maine and New York City over the past few years. Harris’ work focuses on human experience and identity and is informed by the stories of those who have gone before us and those who move among […] View event


    Music@Noon – Solera String Quartet with pianist Josu de Solaun @ Farnsworth Art Museum

    Bay Chamber Concerts presents: Solera String Quartet with pianist Josu de Solaun “Top-notch, intense, stylish, and with an abundance of flare and talent,” Tricia Park and Miki-Sophia Cloud, violins; Molly Carr, viola; and Andrew Janss, cello, of the Solera String Quartet, have performed at Carnegie Hall, the Royal Festival Hall in London, Orchard Hall in […] View event

  • 12:00pm Outdoors

    1-hut guided ski outing @ Maine Huts & Trails

    Glide through the forest on freshly groomed trails with confidence. You’ll meet your guide at the Airport Trailhead, then ascend 3.2 miles, over rolling hills and through ancient hardwood groves to Poplar Hut, perched above Poplar Falls. At the hut, you’ll find a glowing fire and friendly staff. Relax, stretch, and take a hot shower […] View event

  • 12:30pm Community

    Mahjong @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Challenging game of skill and strategy played with tiles based on Chinese characters and symbols. The center is looking for people who would be interested in friendly playing or come watch and learn how to play. Please join us on Monday and Wednesdays 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM View event

  • Maine calling live at Bates College @ Muskie Archives, Bates College

    Maine Public’s daily interactive radio program broadcasts live from Bates as hosts Jennifer Rooks and News Director Keith Shortall look at the college’s Purposeful Work initiative. Guests include President Clayton Spencer and Rebecca Fraser-Thill, a member of the psychology faculty who has served as director of program design for the initiative. The broadcast begins at 1pm, but the […] View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Making cards with Anne Thompson @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • 1:00pm Community

    Game Day @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Wednesdays are Game Day here at the Cohen Center. We currently have Bridge and Mahjong groups started, but we welcome groups who would like to play Cribbage, Yahtzee, Dice or organize your own team for other board, dice or card games. Come join the fun! Coffee and snacks are served. View event

  • “Best Decision I Ever Made,” OceanView at Falmouth residents panel discussion @ OceanView at Falmouth — Blueberry Commons

    Join OceanView at Falmouth in a special panel discussion led by their residents, sharing about their experiences living at OceanView. This is your opportunity to get your questions answered! “When is the right time to move?” “What is day-to-day life like?” “What was the biggest surprise in joining the OceanView community?” Refreshments and tours will […] View event

  • Balance and Tone with Kim @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Improve balance with a series of toning and balancing exercises designed to strengthen the body and engage the muscles that help with balance. This class has a series of gentle core and leg strengthening exercises done in the comfort of a chair accompanied with some standing balance exercises. Join Kim on Wednesday’s at 3:00 PM […] View event

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    LGBT+ Teen Group @ Lithgow Public Library

    LGBT+ Teen Group meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 4-5 in the Lithgow Library Teen Room to hang out and have fun in a safe and supportive space. Spread the word and bring your friends. Drop-ins always welcome! View event

  • 4:30pm Community

    Lambs Clothes Closet @ Fairfield First Baptist Church

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  • 4:30pm Community, Pets

    Last Minute Rabies Clinic @ Readfield Town Office

    The Town of Readfield will hold a Last Chance Rabies Clinic from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17. By appointment only call 685-4939. Pre-registration and payment for the rabies shot is required prior to attending. You may stop by the office or we can take a Debit Card or Credit Card over the phone […] View event

  • Sprouting Daisies @ Harrison Village Library

    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 newest patch – Sprouting Daisies – for […] View event

  • Husson University-Southern Maine's leadership certificate course, "The Art & Science of Leadership," begins September 20, 2017.

    Leadership certificate course: The art & science of leadership @ Husson University's Southern Maine Campus

    The Art and Science of Leadership As organizations realize the importance of employee engagement, they are looking towards new ways of inspiring and motivating their staff. Two strategic areas that are having a tremendous impact directly involve coaching: managers are doing more coaching as a practice is being scaled across organizations. Without great and frequent […] View event

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    Tibetan Buddhist Meditation in Gardiner @ Zardus Art of Massage

    We will learn about the basics of Tibetan Buddhist Meditation and learn skills to end our suffering and achieve happiness, peace and calm. Class will begin with a short lecture, guided meditation, followed by group discussion, and more meditation sessions. There will always be time for questions and discussion. We will learn about different forms […] View event

  • Spanish–Beyond the Basics class

    Hola! Como estas? This course is designed for students who have taken an introductory class and already know a little Spanish. You will take the next step toward exploring the foundations of Spanish grammar and pronunciation. Begin to read in Spanish, learn a lot of new vocabulary and engage in conversations. The adventure begins here. […] View event

  • Beekeeping Classes @ The Honey Exchange

    Beginner Beekeeping (Tuesday and Thursday nights/Saturday morning) is a five week course that takes absolute beginners from setting up a new hive, managing it throughout the season, getting ready for winter, and planning for the following spring. The class has a special focus on urban, suburban, and chemical-free beekeeping. Sophomore Beekeeping (Wednesday night) is a […] View event

  • 6:00pm Agriculture

    Beginner Beekeeping @ UMaine Regional Learning Center at Tidewater

    This 5 session course is a great opportunity for new beekeepers, prior to their first year of bees, or it can be a great refresher course for beekeepers just now going into their first winter. View event

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    Experience Waynflete: Focus on Mathematics @ Waynflete School

    What kind of school teaches more than the “right answers” in math? At Waynflete, we know that most kids have to learn they have a talent for math. That’s why we go beyond accelerated classes and challenge all math students to do more than memorize concepts and formulas by finding multiple ways to solve tough […] View event

  • Waterville Area Nar-Anon Group @ St. Mark's Episcopal Church — Waterville

    for families or individuals dealing with drug-addiction of a loved one or friend View event

  • Way to Peace: A Subversive Power @ Unitynof Greater Portland

    This class will explore the subversive power of compassionate nonviolent living. We will enter into the Way of Ghandi and Jesus through the writing of Terrence Rynne, our own experiences and other readings. What kind of power creates peace? What is the source of hope as we work for peace? How do we live as […] View event

  • 6:30pm Film

    The Opera House @ Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center

    The Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center presents multiple Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Susan Froemke’s new documentary, “The Opera House.” The film surveys a remarkable period of the Metropolitan Opera’s rich history and a time of great change for New York. Drawing on rarely seen archival footage, stills, and recent interviews, “The Opera House” chronicles the […] View event

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    6:30pm Community

    Bingo @ Gardiner/Augusta Lions Club

    Doors open at 4 p.m. View event

  • RSU #38 Board of Directors Budget Workshop @ Maranacook Community High School

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  • 6:30pm Community

    Waterville Branch, American Association of University Women @ Colby College Alumni Center

    featuring speaker Shannon McCoy, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Maine, on “The Imposter Syndrome.” Potential members and guests welcome, Parker-Reed Room View event

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    Maine Crime Authors James Hayman and Bruce Robert Coffin @ Lithgow Public Library

    Lithgow Library begins the New Year with a Meet the Author event in its Community Room, featuring Maine Crime Authors, James Hayman and Bruce Robert Coffin. The authors’ books will be available for purchase and for signing immediately following their presentation. Bruce Robert Coffin retired from the Portland, Maine police department after more than twenty-seven […] View event

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    Maine Crime Authors James Hayman and Bruce Robert Coffin @ Lithgow Public Library

    Maine Crime Authors James Hayman and Bruce Robert Coffin to Appear at Lithgow Library on Wednesday, January 17, at 6:30 p.m. Lithgow Library begins the New Year with a Meet the Author event in its Community Room, featuring Maine Crime Authors, James Hayman and Bruce Robert Coffin. The authors’ books will be available for purchase […] View event

  • 7:00pm Sports

    Basketball @ Belgrade Community Center for All Seasons

    Drop in on Sunday and Wednesday evenings for pick-up basketball games. View event

  • Portland's hilarious whodunnit!
    7:00pm Theater

    Shear Madness @ Good Theater — St. Lawrence Art Center

    Shear Madness by Paul Portner is the longest running comedy in the USA. This hysterical whodunnit is different at every performance. The audience helps to solve the murder and even gets to interview the suspects! Filled with local references and up to the minute jokes, Shear Madness has been delighting audiences for decades. View event

  • Beginning Swing Dance Classes with Portland Swing Project @ Mechanics Hall (Tuesdays) and The Living Room Studio (Wednesdays)

    Join Portland Swing Project for Beginning Swing Dance Classes! We provide clear step-by-step instruction, plenty of practice time to build confidence and you never need a partner – we rotate in class so you meet and dance with everyone. And it’s fun! We promise. Tuesday Classes are in Portland 6-7pm Wednesday Classes are in South […] View event

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    8:30pm Comedy, Nightclubs

    Portland Comedy Showcase @ Bull Feeney's

    Mid-week comic relief featuring hilarious stand-ups and our famous “One Minute Challenge” audience open mic. Portland’s best bet on a Wednesday! View event

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    Voulez-Vous at Liquid Riot @ Liquid Riot Bottling Company

    Due to the weather forecast, this show has been rescheduled to Wednesday, January 24 at 9 PM. Thank you. Voulez-Vous presents a totally 90’s burlesque show at Liquid Riot! 9 pm start time 21+ event, $10 at the door, Free parking behind Liquid Riot View event

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    Essay Writing Service Tutorial @ 189 Main Gallery

    Pupils are asked to draft the essay on a variety of topic/theme in school or colleges. It is a necessary component of the academic life. It also carries particular marks which are later on teamed up with the ultimate theoretical grades to produce the overall subject grades. It is not possible for a pupil to […] View event

Posted: October 12, 2015

Here is how Could Sync A person’s data Effortlessly

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A person have few laptop or computer which you utilize in everyday life. You need to have to complete folder synchronization and seek out really good system for this kind of approach. You want in folder sync within your family home with workplace pcs. So what is sync Windows application software? Will work for synchronized files in Windows is frequently problematic if you may be running with 100s of files and have to routinely up-date details, and in case to get sharing folders and files across Windows user accounts or just local network computer system systemss. Microsoft introduced a free synchronization application, named “SyncToy,” with the objective of syncing your data files in two different destinations. SyncToy can be utilised if you’re performing in Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7, and comes with a very intuitive user interface that gives you to synchronize computer data and directories very easily.

Check out and take a look at “Download Center” from the Downloads and Trials tab roughly the top of this website. Key in “SyncToy” inside the search box and hit “Enter.” Hunt for and then click the “SyncToy” search result listing which shows the most existing release date. On SyncToy’s download pages, decide to click on the “Download” button for quite possibly the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows. Save the file to a place within your hard disc drive, most notably your computer.

Double-click the saved “SyncToy” install file on your storage device to kick-off the installation. Follow any on-screen requires. Simply click the “I Agree” button to agree to the Microsoft Software License Terms and press “Next.” Select “Everyone” if you are trying to install SyncToy for each of the users on your personal computer, or “Just me” if you single if you install it on your own user account. Click “Next.” Click “Next” to verify the installation, and wait for Windows to conclude setting up SyncToy.

Click on “SyncToy” from the “All Programs” list in the Start menu to open the SyncToy program. Click either “Yes” or “No, I don’t wish to participate” on the message box asking if you want to join the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program. Click “OK.”
Select “SyncToy” via the “All Programs” checklist with the Start menu to open up the SyncToy software program. Click possibly “Yes” or “No, I don’t wish to participate” on the information box asking if you want to combine the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program. Decide to click “OK.”

Check out “SyncToy” through the “All Programs” list inside the Start menu to start the SyncToy product. Click both “Yes” or “No, I don’t wish to participate” on the message box asking if you would like to get on the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program. Hit “OK.”

Look at “Create New Folder Pair” within just the main SyncToy program screen. Mouse click “Browse” below the “Left Folder” sector to chosen the source folder from which you will want synchronize computer data files. With the “Browse for Folder” box, mouse click on the folder to decide on out it and click “OK.” Repeat the progression within the “Right Folder” square to pick out the folders that you adore being synced.

Click “Next.” Click the “Synchronize” button–if it is not already selected by default–to allow SyncToy to update both the “Left” and “Right” directories while you are differences are built to the files in either of it. Decide to click on “Next.” Put a name for the synced folder pair. Next, click “Finish.” Decide to click “Run” in the less right cor of the SyncToy screen. Wait around for SyncToy to finish off the synchronization practice. SyncToy displays the text message “Complete” near to the lower part of the window the moment the procedure has done with. Click it “Close.”

Just how you would sync a couple files in current within just Windows system? Yet the SyncToy couldn’t do it, you should see other software packages through Internet, you may well type real time synchronization windows to pick a lot, in which may do synchronize only two folders in real time with Windows system, that is going to watch out a folder and synchronize each modification (fresh new files, modified files, wiped files) to another drive. It should be in real time, so it will get synchronized in no time any time a adjust comes about.