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Sunday, February 16, 2020
HiLo Art: City Sister, Country Sister — Sheep Jones and Julie Cyr at Betts Gallery, Belfast, through February 21Eye on Augusta: Aquaculture, Criminal Histories, Name Changes for Transgender People & MoreThe Roles We Play: How Gender Informs Safety for Young Adults and TeensHome & Garden: The Not-So-Sweet Story of Chocolate
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  • New Invasive Pest Quarantines Proposed
    Maine Depart- ment of Agricul- ture, Conserva- tion and Forestry has opened a comment period regarding proposed changes to the Maine hemlock woolly adelgid and emerald ash borer quarantines. The proposal notice is posted at the ...
  • This geezer has to ask a personal question: How often do you change your underwear? It’s not what you think, so I’ll rephrase it. This is serious. I’m looking for support here and talking about brand. See, I myself have found some ...
  • Birds at Feeders —
    Late last fall, folks who feed wild birds began noting a general lull in feeder activity. The same holds true for my home feeders. For the past month, neighborhood chickadees, goldfinches, mourning doves, jays, nuthatches ...
  • The Last Word (or 3,000) on Impeachment
    Following is a transcript of closing arguments from the final representative of each side in the U.S. Senate’s impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, which ended February 4, with the Senate voting on party lines ...

  • Watts Hall Will Be Hoppin’ February 21
    Watts Hall Commun- ity Players will hold a free, family-friendly sock hop at Watts Hall in Thomaston on Friday, February 21, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. The sock hop will feature a mix of tunes from the ’50s and ’60s, spun by D.J. Dan ...

  • CMCA Annual Benefit Online Auction
    Center for Maine Contem- porary Art will hold its annual Art You Love benefit auction in partnership with Paddle8, the global online auction platform. The auction will feature 50 works of art by leading and emerging artists connected to Maine. Bidding at will open at noon on Friday, February 14, and close at 5 p.m. on Friday, February 28.
  • Wild & Scenic Film Fest at Lincoln Theater
    The Wild and Scenic Film Festival on Tour, hosted by Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust, returns to Damariscotta’s Lincoln Theater at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 2. New this year, Oysterhead Pizza Co. will offer beer, wine and pizza for ...
  • Speakers Added for Camden Conference
    Journalists Jason and Yeganeh Rezaian have been added to the roster of speakers for the upcoming Camden Conference. Jason Rezaian is “Global Opinions” writer for The Washington Post, a CNN contributor and a vocal advocate ...
  • ‘Wisdom of Meister Eckhart’ in Camden
    First Congre- gational Church of Camden, 55 Elm Street, will host a free, public retreat led by professor Mark S. Burrows on “The Wisdom of Meister Eckhart: An Invitation to Deep Simplicity” on Saturday, February 29, from ...
  • Breaking Ground for Eliza Steele Memorial Garden —
    Jake Barbour Inc. recently completed initial site work at Rockland’s MacDougal Park for the Eliza Steele Memorial Garden, which will honor the founder of Rockland District Nursing Association. Eliza Steele, RN, led the association ...

  • Maine Water Company has announced the third rate credit within a year for its Camden/Rockland operating division. Starting February 4, and continuing for one year, customers will get a credit of 2.8 percent in each of their regular water ...

  • ‘Summering with Vultures’ in Camden
    Merryspring Nature Center, 30 Conway Road, Camden, will host a talk by birder and columnist Don Reimer, “Summering with Vultures,” on Tuesday, February 18, at noon, as part of the Winter Talk series. Admission to Tuesday talks is $5; free for members.

  • Influenza has been confirmed in all 16 Maine counties and is now classified as widespread across the state. Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) reminds residents and visitors to get vaccinated ...

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