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Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Pictured, left to right: Lynn Grant, Andy Bird, Jennifer Holloway, Nicole Thomas, Jody Tisone, Reina Taracena. (Missing from photo: Mariah Blake)
Pictured, left to right: Lynn Grant, Andy Bird, Jennifer Holloway, Nicole Thomas, Jody Tisone, Reina Taracena. (Missing from photo: Mariah Blake)
Thursday, June 6, 2019 4:45 PM
Seven local students recently graduated from the College Next program, a semester-long course offered at no charge to adult learners at UMA Rockland Center (URock). In addition to improving English and math skills needed for college ...
  • “Where in the World?” Day at Penobscot Marine Museum
    he “Where in the World?” exhibit features paintings of Maine cargo ships in foreign ports and the navigational charts that guided the way
  • Rockland Public Library Displays Ashwood Student Work
    Rockland Public Library display cases currently feature an exhibit by Ashwood Waldorf School of Rockport
  • UMA Rockland will offer a one-week education course for professional and pre-service teachers
  • Maine Community Foundation has awarded the Friendship Museum a $2,388 grant to fund a digitization project
  • Fur and Fin — Ecology of the Brazilian Amazon is one of the few U.S. programs focused on the ecology of species in Brazil that is taught on location
  • The weekend is open to intermediate and advanced speakers of French, high-school age and older. Participants must be able to speak only French for the entire weekend
  • Fiction Writing Workshop in Boothbay
    Leading the workshop will be Elizabeth Poliner, a Hollins University associate professor and award-winning author
  • 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
  • Bigelow Laboratory to Host Open House
    Visitors of all ages will be introduced to microscopic plants and animals, underwater robots and Bigelow Laboratory’s worldwide research
  • Beachcombers’ Rest Nature Programs
    The center and its programs are free; visitors must pay the admission fee to Pemaquid Beach Park
  • Ashwood Waldorf School, 180 Park Street in Rockport, will host two free crafting sessions for children ages 3 to 6 with an accompanying adult. A snack will be provided
  • Bali’s Green School Presentation 
in Belfast
    Kyle King, a math teacher and head of the high school, will describe the school’s conception, design and founding
  • 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
  • Knox County Art Society will offer a workshop led by Anne Hebebrand, “Exploring the Surface: Painting with Cold Wax and Oil,” Wednesday, October 30, through Saturday, November 2, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Camden Lion’s Club, 20 Lion’s Lane.
  • Nontoxic “Green” Printmaking Classes
    Midcoast Printmakers, a local nonprofit dedicated to the education and instruction of printmaking for all ages, at 505 River Road in Newcastle, will offer classes in “green” printmaking in July and August.
  • Darling Marine Holds Open Houses
    Students interested in marine science are invited to tour University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center (DMC), at 193 Clarks Cove Road in Walpole, on Tuesday, July 9, or Tuesday, July 23, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Faculty and ...
  • Boy Scouts Help Rebuild Bridges on Little River Trail —
    Boy Scout Troop 35 from Searsmont helped the Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition’s Trail crew lay new cedar planks to replace rotting bog bridges on the Little River Community Trail in Belfast on June 15. The Scouts’ service contributed ...
  • 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 ...
  • Training for Professionals Providing Youth Programs —
    Trekkers Training Institute (TTI) is offering an intensive training program, Introduction to Trekkers’ Programming Principles, for youth development practitioners and other professionals who work with youth, Wednesday ...
  • Kathryn Jenkins of Knox-Lincoln UMaine Extension 4-H will lead children ages 7 to 12 (grades three through seven) in free, weekly STEM activities at Rockland Public Library on five Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to noon, beginning July 12. ...
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