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Friday, April 16, 2021
  • Captains’ Quarters Chats Continue April 20
    The Sail, Power, and Steam Museum in Rockland continues its online conversation series, called Captains’ Quarters, on Tuesday, April 20, at 6:30 p.m. on the Zoom platform. Capt. Jim Sharp, the museum’s co-founder, will highlight …
  • A View of Maynard Bray’s Maritime Photography
    Camden Public Library and Penobscot Marine Museum will host a free online slide talk by Matt Wheeler, called “Maynard Bray’s Photography: An Aficionado’s Look at Waterfronts and Watercraft” …
  • Thomaston Book Club Takes up ‘Book Woman’
    Thomaston Public Library will host the Intergenerational Book Club on Tuesday, April 20, at 2:30 p.m. via Zoom to discuss “The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek” by Kim Michele Richardson. To participate, for more …
  • Waldoboro Historical Society Talk, Yard Sale
    The Waldoborough Historical Society will host a free presentation by research archaeologist Harbour Mitchell III at the VFW Post, located at 50 Mill Street in Waldoboro, on Thursday, April 22, at 7 p.m. Masks and distancing …
  • ‘Saving Maine’s Seagrass Meadows’ Webinar
    Merryspring Nature Center in Camden will host a free webinar led by marine ecologist Katie DuBois, titled “Saving Maine’s Seagrass Meadows,” on Tuesday, April 20, at noon. The presentation is part of Merryspring’s …
  • Fourth Annual Cattlemen’s College Is Online This Year
    University of Maine Cooperative Extension and the Maine Beef Producers Association will offer the fourth annual Cattlemen’s College online, with presentations available for viewing April 19–May 3. The event is free …
  • Jamie Williams has joined Waldo Community Action Partners as early childhood director. She will oversee Head Start/Early Head Start services at early childhood centers throughout Waldo County …
  • Ashwood Waldorf School Offers Summer Camps
    Ashwood Waldorf School, located at 180 Park Street in Rockport, will offer camps this summer for children ages 3 through grade eight. COVID-19 regulations will be strictly followed …
  • University of Maine Cooperative Extension and University of New Hampshire Extension will offer a webinar for home gardeners about managing weeds in existing perennial and ornamental plantings from 6 to 7:15 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28, in the second of a six-part spring gardening series to be offered every other Wednesday through June.
  • The Bath Garden Club will hold an online meeting on Tuesday, April 20, at 6 p.m. Judy Stallworth and Suzanne Bushnell will discuss growing dahlias on the Maine coast.
  • Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital will hold several online events in the coming weeks.
  • The Maine Community Foundation is currently accepting applications for the Lydia R. Laurendeau Scholarship Fund. The deadline is June 1.
  • The Maine Department of Labor will offer SafetyWorks! courses to help prevent work-related injuries, illnesses and deaths and reduce related costs.
  • The Maine Educational Opportunity Center will host free, individualized online sessions of financial aid planning for adults age 19 and over.
  • The University of Maine Hutchinson Center will offer an online project management certificate course, Practical Project Management, May 5, 7, 12 and 14, from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. each day. Registration is now open.
  • Pine Tree Camp in Rome, for Maine children with disabilities, will offer a fully accessible April “staycation” for children of all ages and abilities Monday through Friday, April 19–23, via Zoom.
  • Registration is open for a five-week college STEM research course for qualified high school students in grades 10–12 offered by the University of Maine, to be held June 28 through July 30 at the UMaine Hutchinson Center in Belfast.
  • Rockport Public Library will distribute free craft bags during the upcoming school break; there will be 20 available. Bags will be ready for pickup beginning Monday, April 19.
  • Totally Trades workshops, offered by New Ventures Maine for girls in grades eight through 12 statewide, will be offered virtually April 27 and 29 and May 4 and 6.
  • The UMaine Alumni Association is holding a raffle, with a prize of one year’s worth of in-state tuition, worth at least $9,000, at the University of Maine for the 2021-22 academic year. All students planning to attend UMaine in the fall are eligible to receive the prize regardless of whether they are in-state or out-of-state residents. The deadline for entering is May 3; the winner will be determined on May 7.
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