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  • Wednesday March 21 2018

    Brown Bag Lunch Talk: Climate Issues and Solutions Presentation

    Sierra Club Maine – Brown Bag lunch gatherings around climate issues and answers at its Portland Headquarters, March 21st from 12 to 1pm. William Turner of Turner Building Science & Design LLC will present An Integrated Approach to Healthy, Sustainable & Affordable Buildings for New Construction and Renovations. Interested members of the public are invited […] View event

  • Portsmouth Athenaeum 2018 Program Series Remembering the Great War: Home and Abroad @ Portsmouth Athenaeum

    One hundred years ago, the war to end all wars came to an end in Europe. The Portsmouth Athenaeum 2018 program series shines a light on World War I soldiers from New Hampshire and the East Coast, the homes of warship builders in Portsmouth, NH and the women who manned the factories to keep our […] View event

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    Writer’s Accountability Group @ Thomas Memorial Library

    Thomas Memorial Library’s new Writer’s Accountability Group (WAG!) meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 10:30-noon. From future writers who haven’t found the time to get going, to published authors looking for inspiration for their next book, we’re here to support you in a relaxed, library setting. All levels of expertise and genres […] View event

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    Spring into OceanView! luncheon @ OceanView at Falmouth — Blueberry Commons

    You’re invited to join us for a delicious lunch while learning about selling your home, “right-sizing,” financial resources and the ins and outs of moving your belongings safely. Guest speakers include: • Candice Rinaldi of Bath Savings Trust Company • Sandra Wendland of Legacy Properties/Sotheby’s International Realty • Liz Pattison & Kim Dorsky of Simply […] View event

  • Luminous Cognizance: Toward a Buddhist Model of Consciousness

    A talk by Matthew MacKenzie, associate professor of philosophy at Colorado State University. Sponsored by the philosophy and religious studies departments, as well as the Bates Learning Associates Program, which is funded by the Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation. View event

  • ‘It Begins with a Step’: chair of Bates’ digital & computational studies program @ Pettengill Hall, Bates College

    Jadud, who describes his approach to teaching digital and computational studies as “fundamentally human-centered,” offers a lecture marking his appointment as the inaugural Colony Family Associate Professor of Digital and Computational Studies at Bates College. His topic: “It Begins With a Step.” Reception follows. 4:15 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, Room G52, Pettengill Hall, 4 Andrews […] View event

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    Augusta – Tech Community “Peers & Beers” @ The Gin Mill

    Join MTUG at The Gin Mill for our **1st** AUGUSTA Peers & Beers! Co-sponsored with Consolidated Communications. Our “Tech Spotlight” presenter is Liz Wyman of the Office of the Public Advocate, who will discuss the OPA’s role, and briefly delve into issues with Net Neutrality and customer advocacy. WHEN: Wed., March 21, 4:30p-6:30p WHERE: The […] View event

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    Searching Science: “Phytoplankton” @ Patten Free Library

    LeAnn Pritchard Whitney, a postdoctoral researcher at Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, will talk about phytoplankton–the microscopic photosynthetic plants of the ocean – and more specifically, about how these seemingly simple organisms use complex strategies to live in a constantly changing marine environment. She will bring a few microscopes and phytoplankton samples to look at. View event

  • Ask Me About My Uterus Book: A Quest to Make Doctor’s Believe in Women’s Pain @ SPACE Gallery

    In the fall of 2010, during her sophomore year of college, then 19-year-old Abby Norman was repeatedly hospitalized in excruciating pain. Over the next several months her strong dancer’s body dropped 40 pounds and grey hair sprouted from her temples. The many doctors she saw insisted it was all in her head. Unable to get […] View event

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    “Shooting” from my Kayak @ Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center

    Amateur photographer Carla Skinder of St. George returns to Maine Coastal Islands NWR Visitor Center on Wednesday, March 21, 6:30 p.m. to share her passions of photography and kayaking. Her talk, “Shooting” from My Kayak, will highlight photos taken from her kayak both locally and abroad, interspersed with fun vignettes of creatures she has encountered. View event