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Friday, July 20, 2018
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Fort Western Living History Museum & National Historic Landmark, Cony Street in Augusta, invites children of all ages interested in local history and museum stewardship to register for one of their Summer Youth Programs . . .
  • Summer Craft Classes at Boothbay Railway Village
    Boothbay Railway Village, 586 Wiscasset Road, Route 27 in Boothbay, is offering hands-on art and handcraft classes throughout the year as an extension of the museum’s Artisan Days program. Summer class options include blacksmithing, weaving and soapstone carving. Artisan Days brings contemporary artisans who use traditional methods to the museum to demonstrate their work and teach classes.
  • Hutchinson Center in Belfast will offer fall courses to qualified high school students beginning the first week of September as part of University of Maine’s early-college programming. Offerings for fall 2018 are “Public Speaking,” . . .
  • The Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine is offering summer seminars for middle and high school teachers of history, literature and the humanities at the Michael Klahr Center on the campus of the University . . .
  • Peapod Programs for children and their families are offered at Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport on Wednesdays through August 8. Participants discover the museum through stories, crafts, games, and tours of the exhibits. . . .
  • Two sleepover Experience Camps in Maine will offer grieving children a week of fun and bonding, from Monday to Saturday, August 20 to 25, at Camp Manitou in Oakland for boys and Camp Somerset in Smithfield for girls. . . .
  • Free science and art programs for children continue at the Project Puffin Visitor Center on Main Street in Rockland on Tuesday, July 24, from 1 to 2 p.m. Participants will learn how to identify birds by using field marks. Children . . .
  • The University of Maine System has launched a new web site, academics.maine.edu/early-college, to help Maine students, parents, local educators, and home-school families explore the many early-college opportunities offered by . . .
  • Legos Robotics Camp in Rockland This August
    Maine Robotics will offer a Legos Robotics Camp at South School in Rockland from Monday to Friday, August 13 to 17. The day camp is for children 9 to 14 years old who are interested in building and programming robots. The camp . . .
  • Central Lincoln County YMCA’s early registration date for the 2018 Football League has been extended to Wednesday, July 25, and youth registering by that date are eligible to attend the July 30 to August 3 Football Camp for free. . . .
  • A special opportunity for children ages 4 to 9 will be available this fall at Midcoast Recreation Center (MRC) in Rockport. In partnership with the Boston Bruins, MRC will be hosting a four-week program that includes free hockey . . .
  • The Emanuel and Pauline A. Lerner Foundation recently announced another round of funding for the Trekkers Training Institute (TTI), to expand opportunities to train youth development practitioners in Trekkers’ Youth . . .
  • Alice Limoges to Lead Songwriting Workshop for Teens —
    Singer-songwriter Alice Limoges (pictured) will lead a song- writing workshop for teens on Monday, July 23, at 3:30 p.m. as part of the Libraries Rock! Summer Reading Program. Teens will learn the basics of writing lyrics, chords . . .
  • Sky Lodge in Jackman Part of Unity College
    Unity College announced in March that the Couri Foundation of Maine, established by Elaine and John Couri, was giving Sky Lodge, an historic sporting lodge and campus located in the Moose River Valley in Jackman, to . . .
  • Maine Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) hosts free “Essentials of College Planning” workshops for adults age 19 and over living in Maine to make the transition to college, whichever college or university they choose. . . .
  • One-on-one academic advising and student support services are available at University of Maine’s Hutchinson Center in Belfast for adults who may have started a college degree, but were unable to complete it. Some students may . . .
  • Nancy Slobodnik, Ph.D., is offering a nine-week group series at Grassroots Psychology in Damariscotta from 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesdays, beginning August 1. The purpose is to practice connection through compassionate thought and speech. . . .
  • Rockport Public Library invites one and all to meet Mad Science Maestro in an ear-pleasing show about the science of sounds at the Rockport Opera House on Monday, July 23, at 2 p.m. The ears and eyes of audience members . . .
  • Directed jams for all instruments, voices and abilities will be held Thursday evenings at 6 p.m. at a guitar and ukulele workshop at Waterfall Arts, 256 High Street in Belfast, for six weeks, beginning July 26. Led by Jeffrey Weinberger . . .
  • Camden Falls Gallery Hosting Camden Classics Plein Air
    Artists will be painting marine art en plein air at several public as well as private locations around Camden and the surrounding area from Thursday, July 26, through Saturday, July 28, during the third annual Camden Classics Cup, which is hosted by Lyman-Morse–Wayfarer Marine in Camden.
  • Representational Painting Workshop at the Farnsworth
    Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland will present a week-long workshop on representational painting led by Tanya Harsch at the museum’s Gamble Education Center, at the corner of Union and Grace streets, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, July 23 through 27.
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