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  • Saturday May 26 2018

    Remote Pond Fly Fishing @ Little Lyford Lodge & Cabins

    Spring is the perfect time to explore some of the remote ponds that dot the AMC’s Maine Woods Initiative property. This program provides anglers the opportunity to fish for both Native and Wild Brook Trout while accompanied by Registered Maine guides. Programming starts Friday evening after dinner with a presentation on native and wild brook […] View event

  • Mindful Family Fun Class @ Rosemont Studio Collective

    Join us at the Rosemont Studio Collective for an interactive, engaging hour of mindful fun! We will explore our thoughts, feelings, and bodies through games, stories, breathing exercises, and more. There will also be an open exploration time where kids can choose from various stations and activities. This class is geared toward ages 7 – […] View event

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    Hands on Homestead! Take part in subsistence arts and a tour of Koviashuvik Local Living School @ Koviashuvik Local Living School

    Welcome families and friends to Koviashuvik! Come take part in the joys of a handmade life. Carve a quick stirring spoon with a draw-knife, grind some acorns into flour, or pound basket material from a brown ash log. In between activities check out neat ideas for living simply from the land. Duck into out our […] View event

  • Join Mitch Reed for a Cajun & Creole Fiddle Workshop

    Cajun & Creole Fiddle workshop

    Join Grammy Award-winning Cajun fiddler Mitch Reed for a Cajun & Creole Workshop on Saturday, May 26 from 1-3 pm. The workshop will be followed by a FREE Cajun Jam from 3:30-5:30 pm. All ages and abilities are welcome to join. For more information visit https://mitchreedmusiclessons.com/cajun-creole-fiddle-workshop/ View event

  • Audubon’s Revenge @ L.C. Bates Museum

    Let your imagination run wild as we invent fantastic new creatures by combining parts of existing animals in the museum — using colored pencils, of course! This fun activity helps kids think about adaptations and the “creativity” we observe in some animals’ naturally selected traits. Can you invent a chimera stranger than the duck-billed platypus? View event