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  • Monday October 16 2017
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    Sing for the Holidays with the award-winning Downeasters Chorus @ Tuttle Road United Methodist Church

    The Downeasters Chorus, Portland’s award-winning men’s a cappella barbershop chorus, invites singers to join them for the holidays. Eight one-hour rehearsals followed by three concerts, including a benefit for Habitat for Humanity. View event

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    Sing for the Holidays with the award-winning Downeasters Chorus @ Tuttle Road United Methodist Church

    The Downeasters Chorus, Portland’s award-winning men’s a cappella barbershop chorus, invites singers to join them for the holidays. Eight one-hour rehearsals followed by three concerts, including a benefit for Habitat for Humanity. View event

  • Line dancing @ Litchfield Senior Center

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    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

    Tracy’s Cooking Class @ Golden Oldies Senior Center

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  • 11:00am Community

    Cribbage @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • 11:00am Community

    Chicken Caprese Luncheon

    Chicken Caprese, Vegetable, Soup, Salad and Dessert. View event

  • 12:00pm Community

    Cribbage @ Golden Oldies Senior Center

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  • Blood pressure clinic @ Spectrum Generations William S. Cohen Community Center

    Stop in for a complimentary Blood Pressure check at the Cohen Center. Monitoring your health can help prevent potential risks and health issues in the future. View event

  • 12:00pm Community

    Bring your own lunch @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • 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

  • 1:00pm Community

    Cribbage @ Seton Village

    Open to public Every Monday View event

  • 1:00pm Community

    Bingo @ Litchfield Senior Center

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  • Maker Mondays (28)

    Teen Maker Monday: Mini Catapults @ Waterville Public Library

    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! This week we’ll be making miniature, marshmallow-flinging catapults! This program is free, and open to attendees ages 11-18. For more information, please call […] View event

  • 4:00pm Community

    Game Night for Teens @ Waterville Public Library

    board and card games available, as well as games for the library’s Wii and PS3, open to attendees younger than 18, light refreshments provided. every Monday View event

  • 5:30pm Community

    Fire prevention open house @ Richmond Fire Department

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    Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Booster Class @ MaineHealth Learning Resource Center- Scarborough

    Instructor: Mary Louise Gould This class is designed to provide ongoing support for anyone who has participated in a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction program. Using Tara Brach’s book, True Refuge, each of the 5 weeks will provide discussion, tools and opportunities for deepening your meditation practice and reducing stress. Please note: Participants are responsible for […] View event

  • Discover Girl Scouts @ South Portland Church of the Nazarene

    Girl Scouts helps girls develop their full potential. When a girl becomes a Girl Scout, she grows into a young woman who is self-confident, strong and compassionate. She learns how to build and maintain healthy relationships. She becomes more aware of the world around her and uses her skills and talents to make her world […] View event

  • 6:00pm Community

    WISDUM Social Group @ Governor Hill Mansion

    WISDUM – stands for Widowed, Separated, Divorced and un-married. We meet on Mondays from 6 to 8 pm at the Governor Hill Mansion in Augusta, ME. We offer guest speakers, support groups, pot luck and friendship. We are NOT a dating service. View event

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    Veterans Book Group

    Veterans and Former Service Members of all eras are invited to attend this free reading and discussion group led by Rebecca Webb, MFA amd Amy Marcotte, U.S. Army The group will read and discuss poetry, essays, and short stories exploring the experience of returning back to civilian life after service in the armed forces. Copies […] View event

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    The History of the Viles House and Foundation in Augusta @ Lithgow Public Library

    AUGUSTA, Maine – Patricia West, Executive Director of the Elsie and William Viles Foundation , will present on the fascinating legacy of the Viles House and Foundation at the Lithgow Library on Monday, October 16 at 6:30 PM. In addition to advancing its mission of supporting environmental conservation, animal welfare, child welfare and education, and […] View event

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

    proceeds will benefit American Legion programs View event

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    Lecture: Early Maps @ Yarmouth History Center

    Join the Yarmouth Historical Society at 7:00 pm on Monday, October 16 as we welcome Ian Fowler to our ongoing Lecture Series. Fowler, who is Director of the Osher Map Library on the University of Southern Maine’s Portland Campus, will present an illustrated talk entitled “Yarmouth in New England: Patterns of Settlement in Early Maps.” […] View event