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Saturday, December 03, 2016
  • Sign Up by December 6 for Pen Bay Y Bus Trip to Decorated Victoria Manson in Portland —
    Penobscot Bay YMCA will host a bus trip to the Victoria Mansion in Portland on Tuesday, December 13, to see the National Historic Landmark in its holiday finery. Tourgoers will meet Sandy Bodamer at the Y, 116 Union Street . . .
  • The continuing refugee and immigrant crisis in Africa will be the subject of the fourth annual Global Awareness and Responsibility Conference, to be presented by Ladder to the Moon Network at USM’s Luther Bonney Auditorium . . .
  • Weatherize Rockland to Host Home Energy Fair This Saturday
    In the snowy winter of 2014 was your home’s roof plagued with ice dams? Do rooms in your house sometimes feel like a drafty barn? Do you fret over winter heating bills every cold winter and promise yourself to do something different . . .
  • Annual Art Show at High Mountain Hall December 10 and 11 —
    The annual Art Show at High Mountain Hall, 5 Mountain Street in Camden, will mark its ninth year with an opening reception with drinks and hors d’oeuvres on Saturday, December 10, from 5 to 9 p.m.; the show will . . .
  • Fidel Castro died last Friday. Someone commented, “That’s a surprise. I thought he died years ago.” President Obama issued a cleverly neutral statement on Castro’s death: “History will record and judge the enormous impact . . .
  • Let’s talk about our personal financial situation. Oh wait, we’re Americans: we can talk all day about money but we never speak of our personal finances. It is mildly forbidden. When we meet someone at a party it’s rude . . .
  • This time of year the pleasant, sunny days become a bit more valuable, and aren’t to be thoughtlessly squandered on paperwork and indoor improvements. A blue-sky, no-wind day this late in November is not when . . .
  • We have enjoyed a remarkably mild fall on the coast this fall. That’s probably not surprising, given that we just had a remarkably warm and dry summer. Personally, I have no issue with keeping the house’s heat off for a while . . .
  • Birding with Don Reimer: 2017 Finch Forecast—
    Signifi- cant memories tend to linger on the mind — a January flock of tiny finches scavenging the seed from our homemade bird feeder and from the snow-glazed ground in New Harbor some six decades ago. My mother and . . .
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