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  • Thursday May 24 2018

    Stories that connect @ Congregation Etz Chaim

    Please join us Thursday, May 24 at 7 PM to welcome award-winning writer and storyteller Mark Binder as he presents a program of amusing and heartwarming tales for adults. The evening of storytelling is hosted by Congregation Etz Chaim and the Samuel Osher Memorial Library at 36 Bacon Street in Biddeford. “My stories are like […] View event

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    A New Age: The Intersection of Technology and Ethics in the Social Services Field @ TBA Bangor

    This training will provide a safe forum to discuss ethical dilemmas encountered in today’s fast moving era of technology. We will discuss boundaries, confidentiality, personal and professional relationships as related to cell phones, Internet, digital notes, etc. as well as other pertinent topics. View event

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    Camden Garden Club Presents: The Harvey Girls @ First Congregational Church

    At the next monthly meeting of Camden Garden Club on Thursday, May 24, club member Sally Ann Williamson will dress in costume and relate the history of the most upwardly mobile women of the late 19th and early 20th century: The Harvey Girls. The meeting will take place at the First Congregational Church, 55 Elm […] View event

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    Great Falls Forum with Andrew Bossie @ Callahan Hall, Lewiston Public Library

    The 2017-2018 season of the Great Falls Forum concludes on Thursday, May 24th, featuring Andrew Bossie, Executive Director of Friends of Katahdin Woods & Waters with a talk on the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. Maine’s new National Monument, Katahdin Woods and Waters, was created in 2016 after years of determination, public debate, and […] View event

  • Beginning Python @ Curtis Memorial Library

    Learn to Code: Beginning Python Join us as we learn to code with retired software developer and teacher Lee Appelbaum. Limited space available. Sign-up required. We have a minimum and maximum number of participants. Call the Reference Desk at 207-725-5242 #503 to reserve your spot. Programs are free and open to the public. To run […] View event

  • E2Tech Forum: Environmental Protection Agency Policy Update & Outlook @ Hannaford Hall, USM Abromson Center, Portland Campus

    In November 2017, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the appointment of Alex Dunn as Regional Administrator for Region 1. With over two decades of experience in environmental law, legislation, policy, and regulatory affairs, Ms. Dunn will oversee federal environmental protection efforts in: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, and ten tribal nations. […] View event

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    Film Viewing and Discussion: Just Eat It! @ Thomas Memorial Library

    Did you know that 40 percent of the food produced for humans in the U.S. is wasted every year? That’s enough to fill the Empire State Building nearly 100 times. Meanwhile, Maine ranks first in New England in terms of food insecurity, including for children, and the State struggles to manage the costs and impact […] View event

  • Years of Living Dangerously and More @ Topsham Public Library

    Citizens’ Climate Lobby – Bath-Brunswick Chapter will show a clip from National Geographic’s “Years of Living Dangerously” followed by explanation of CCL’s first, best step to tackling climate change. Discussion will follow. Everyone is welcome. Admission is free. View event