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    Wednesday April 23
  • 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Casco Bay Tech Hub Gubentorial Candidate Series: Mike Michaud @ Casco Bay Technology Hub

    Two of the three leading candidates running for Governor of the State of Maine in November will be speaking at the Casco Bay Technology Hub in the coming weeks. All three candidates were invited, but only Congressman Mike Michaud and Eliot Cutler have confirmed. Congressman Mike Michaud will be at the Casco Bay Technology Hub at 6:00 PM on Wednesday, April 23. Eliot Cutler will be with us at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, May 27. Both men will be addressing issues important to Maine's technology and entrepreneurial community, and attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions. Because space will be limited, we are asking everyone who wants to attend to register for these events. These events are FREE for attendees. Free refreshments will also be provided. Register online at http://www.cascobaytechhub.com/events/ Wednesday, April 23 with Congressman Mike Michaud Tuesday, May 27 with Eliot Cutler This is a great opportunity for our community, and we're thrilled that Congressman Michaud and Eliot Cutler have agreed to come speak to us. We are hoping to have a full house both evenings. These two special events will occur separately from our regular monthly PubHub events. PubHubs will still occur on the first Tuesday of each month. This Tech Hub event series is sponsored by Hall Internet Marketing, Time Warner Cable Business Class, Baxter Brewing Co., Harris Media Services and J.B. Brown and Sons. Please note that the Casco Bay Technology Hub is a nonpartisan organization without any political affiliation. The CBTH will not be endorsing or supporting any candidate as an organization. view event

  • 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

    Bingham Union Library @ Bingham Union Library

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  • 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

    Bingham Union Library @ Bingham Union Library

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  • 6:00 pm

    TOPS weight loss program @ Lawrence High School

    5:30 p.m. weigh in. Every Wednesday view event

  • 6:30 pm

    Bingo @ Madison VFW, Post 7865

    Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Every Wednesday view event

  • 7:00 pm

    Wednesday Night Stomp Swing Dance @ Acoustic Artisans

    beginners swing lesson at 7 p.m., music at 7:30 p.m. view event

  • 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

    Flash Allen and Kelly Laurence @ Gingko Blue

    broad spectrum of classics view event

  • 7:00 pm

    12th Annual Maine Deaf Film Festival @ Nickelodeon Cinemas

    Film: The House Across The Street, Nickelodeon. Q&A with Director view event

  • 7:00 pm

    UMA Concert series: Envok @ Jewett Hall Auditorium University of Maine at Augusta

    The four nights of concerts are the semester culmination of the UMA Music Program, which specializes in contemporary music styles of the U.S. The focus of the program includes blues, jazz, rock & roll, folk, Latin American, fusion, hip hop and blues-derived forms of music with a breadth of diverse vocal stylings, and creative contemporary music styles. The UMA Music Program was established in 1973 music degrees include a two-year associate of science and a four-year bachelor of music. Concert be streamed live via the Internet.

    Other concerts:
    Thursday, April 24
    Contemporary Sounds - Sean Morin, Director UMA Jazz on Tour - Steve Grover, Director

    Friday, April 25
    SONIC UMA! Senior Concert - Peter Herman Sonic Explorations - Richard Nelson, Director

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  • 7:15 pm

    Skowhegan Community Center open gymnasium @ Skowhegan Community Center

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  • 7:30 pm

    Yarmouth Community Garden Spring Orientation @ Yarmouth Town Hall

    Grow your own vegetables and herbs in our friendly organic garden! Get information about renting a garden plot, volunteering in our community garden or signing children up for our Garden Explorer program. view event

  • 7:30 pm

    12th Annual Maine Deaf Film Festival @ Nickelodeon Cinemas

    The House Across the Street, a thriller about a girl who has moved east from Kansas to start a new life, however she finds out that not everything is at it seems. Arthur Luhn, director/writer, will be at the theater to present the film. view event

  • 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Maine Playwrights Festival Monologathon @ St. Lawrence Arts Center

    The Monologathon is a great way to kick off the Maine Playwrights Festival- a night of monologues written by local playwrights and performed by local actors! Our panel of celebrity judges will provide instant feedback after each monologue and decide if the actor-writer team will progress to the Final Round- and compete for a 0 cash prize! view event

  • 7:30 pm

    "The Savannah Disputation" @ Portland Stage Company

    aging sisters Margaret and Mary and launched into an examination of their Catholic faith when visited by an evangelical Christian missionary. Their crisis of faith comes at a stressful moment in their lives, the sisters are awaiting the results of medical tests one of them has recently undergone. When Melissa, a young missionary from a more fundamental Christian church knocks on the door offering literature and trying to convert her away from Catholicism, Margaret is forced to examine her relationship with religion. Her newfound curiosity is much to to the chagrin of her sister, Mary, who is a devout Catholic and very unhappy to hear that Margaret has invited Melissa back. Following Melissa's second visit, Mary invites their priest, Father Murphy, to dinner and has Margaret invite Melissa too. Over dessert, the four confront the inconsistencies in the Bible and the sisters' lapses in theological education. view event

  • 9:00 pm

    Koan Sound @ Port City Music Hall

    it's strange how the death of one musical group can be exactly the sort of catalyst needed to spawn another. KOAN Sound are certainly a highly gifted example of this phenomenon. It was in 2008 that KOAN Sound emerged from the ashes of several other musical endeavours, fusing passion for electronic music with sheer musical intuition. Since then KOAN Sound have continued to develop, synthesising ever more complex and inspirational patterns. And with influences such as The Prodigy, Amon Tobin and Noisia, it's not hard to see why KOAN Sound productions are synonymous with dark gripping basslines; elegantly mastered and meticulously executed.
    Support is nothing but exponential for KOAN Sound. The group's creative and above all original ethos has granted them well deserved credibility from producers, DJ and Music fans alike. These include the likes of Aphex Twin, Pendulum, Zane Lowe and Rusko. Armed with a creative diversity second to none, they have set themselves apart from their peers and continue to push music not restrained by tempo or genre, all connected by their trademark 'KOAN' sound.
    Keep your ears to the ground: KOAN Sound have arrived. view event