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Wednesday, July 17, 2019
    
Prison Reform:An interview with Kathryn Matlack, of Unity HousePatrisha McLean: Postcard from RocklandFilling the Power Vacuum: UPDATE! Waiting For the Moths
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  • Rockland Marine has been awarded $351,956 for new equipment through the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Small Shipyard Grant Program. Jim Corcoran, president of the south-end shipyard and custom metal fabrication business ...
  • I understand the president has also been floating the idea for a life-time appointment for himself to his office. That should make the clean-election supporters quite pleased as it would surely and effectively take the big money out of presidential elections, for good
  • A Nesting Report Card—
    As July begins, the 2019 Maine nesting season reaches an approximate halfway point in some respects
  • LCDC Island Farm-to-Table Raffle
    The Lincoln County Democratic Committee (LCDC) invites the public to purchase “A Treat For Two” raffle tickets for a chance to win a Maine excursion and farm-to-table meal

Art

  • Artists in Profile: Lori Davis
    “I grew up on a small farm in northeastern Connecticut. My family had a wildlife rehabilitator’s permit. We’d raise fawns, baby raccoons and other orphaned wildlife brought to us by the game warden until they were old enough to survive on their own, then we’d release them into the wild.
  • Watercolor Painting Workshop at Farnsworth Museum
    Farnsworth Art Museum will host a workshop on watercolor technique led by Katharine Cartwright at the museum’s Gamble Education Center, 12 Grace Street in Rockland, Monday through Friday, July 22 to 26, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m

  • Roxanne Quimby, founder and former CEO of Burt’s Bees, will teach an online Unity College course, Creating a Healthy Hive: Starting Your Own Sustainable Business, August 26 through September 29, with Sarah Lozanova ...

  • Darling Marine Center Shellfish Surveys
    Surveys will help inform future stewardship of shellfish resources managed jointly by the towns of Damariscotta and Newcastle. Participants will be paid $100 per day for hands-on assistance on select dates

  • Health Clinic to Celebrate 20 Years
    Since its founding in 1999, the clinic has provided 32,000 free or low-cost medical, dental, and mental health and wellness visits to Knox County residents. It has also helped hundreds obtain access to free or affordable medications. This event recognizes the clinic’s 20 years of work and all who have made it a success
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