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Wednesday, January 16, 2019
    
Maine Women Continue the Fight for Voting Rights & Fair Treatment “Lobster War” at the Strand January 13 & at Lincoln Theater January 17 —“Tiny House” Concerns Dominate HearingEye on Augusta: Maine Legislature Kicks Off Session with 2,000 Bills
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  • I commend Don Loprieno for writing a comprehensive, thoughtful and patient letter reminding motorists to shut off their engines when parked. I have written about this several times over recent years, and as a professional automobile . . .
  • Birding with Don Reimer: A Day at the Park—
    In today’s hyperbolic world, exag- gerated rhetoric is sometimes used to portray ordinary situations in superlative terms. Adjectives like ‘greatest,’ ‘biggest’ and ‘best’ are readily applied to any host of things. This tendency is especially prevalent . . .

  • Miners Creek to Play at Rockland Library January 17 —
    On Thursday, January 17, at 6:30 p.m., Rockland Public Library, as part of its Reading Room Concert Series, will host a free, fun-filled evening of toe-tapping, music by Miners Creek. People of all ages are welcome. The band fuses bluegrass . . .
Art

  • “Lore” at Perimeter Gallery in Belfast Opens January 17
    Perimeter Gallery, at Chase’s Daily, 96 Main Street in Belfast, is showing “Lore,” an exhibition of new work by Portland artist Christopher Patch. The show opens Thursday, January 17, with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. and continues through March 10.

  • Camden Hills Eye Care Donates to AIO —
    Sarah Skovran (left), AIO’s director of child hunger programs, accepts a $550 check from Dr. Nathan Neville (right) and Dr. Elizabeth Neville of Camden Hills Eye Care. The donation, representing part of eyeglass sales for the month before . . .

  • GRLT Hosts Full Moon Snowshoe Walk
    Jocelyn Paquette will lead the one-mile guided adventure. Participants can snowshoe under the full moon, listen for owls, see tracks of other local wildlife in the snow, and possibly catch the unmistakable sound of the quarry ice singing

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