NOTEWORTHY

THURSDAY, JULY 18:

  • Party to Mark Cushing Historical Society’s 50th Anniversary, at its barn on Hathorne Point Road. With a 5:30 p.m. barbecue and a 7 p.m. show, “A History of the ’50s and ’60s Through Popular Song,” by folksinger Marc Black, who has recorded with Pete Seeger, Art Garfunkel and Richie Havens. Bring your own beverages to go with the food that will be served at the free fete.
  • Maine Funnyman Tim Sample at Boothbay Harbor Opera House, 7:30 p.m. “Maine’s Humorist Laureate” hits the coast with his dry take on life. $20 in advance at the box office, $25 online and at the door.
  • St. George Days, at St. George Town Office in Tenants Harbor Thursday to Sunday. The party kicks off with a free dance from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. tonight. Events will include a road race, parade, lobster dinner and fireworks. Facebook has details.
  • Musical of The Secret Garden in Belfast, put on by the Belfast Maskers at The Bazz, 17 Court Street, Thursday to Saturday at 7 p.m and Sunday at 3 p.m. $15 at the door and BelfastMaskers.com, $10 under 13.

FRIDAY, JULY 19:

  • “The American Lobster – Poster Child of a Changing Marine Ecosystem,” 10:30 a.m., Brooke Hall at Darling Marine Center, Walpole. Rick Wahle of the Lobster Institute looks at the iconic crustacean as a valuable case study on the impacts of exploitation and environmental change on marine resources and coastal communities. Wahle’s talk is one of DMC’s free Science Seminars, held Fridays to August 16.
  • Come Spring Players to Perform in Union, 4 p.m. at the Old Town House. The play is based on Ben Ames Williams’ novel “Come Spring” and set after the Robbins family arrived in Union in 1776. For more info, call 785-5444. Union Founders Day runs Friday to Sunday, and includes tonight’s 6 p.m. concert by The Torpedoes on Union Common and Saturday’s craft fair at Masonic Hall and Union Common and 7 p.m. silent film with music by Doug Protsik at the Old Town House. Head to Union.Maine.gov for the full schedule.
  • Maine Celtic Celebration in Belfast, on Belfast Common and at Steamboat Landing, Friday to Sunday. Traditional music and dancing on two stages, workshops in the Boathouse, 5K, Celtic Dog Parade and Show, sheepdog demos, and the New World Cheese Roll Championships. The schedule is at MaineCelticCelebration.com.
  • Two Comedic One-Acts in Belfast, at The Playhouse, 107 Church Street, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m. Mary Weaver directs three young Belfast actors in Fritz Lyon’s The Apple Joke and So What’s My Motivation? $15 ($10 seniors and students) at the door.
  • Lady’s Labyrinth at St. Lawrence Arts, on Munjoy Hill in Portland, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The burlesque parody sequel features Bowie’s hits from the original film and a multitude of dance and performance styles, with humor and dark, sexy thrills. $20 in advance, $23 at the door: StLawrenceArts.org.

SATURDAY, JULY 20:

  • Frances Perkins Homestead Tours in Newcastle, a National Historic Landmark and the home of Perkins, the U.S. Secretary of Labor under Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Get a glimpse of the site’s history as a working farm, brickyard and home to the Perkins family since the mid-18th century. The 9 a.m. tour includes a walk to Damariscotta River. The 1:30 p.m. tour includes only the homestead. $22. Registration: 563-3374 or FrancesPerkinsCenter.org.
  • Behind Closed Doors Tour of Castle Tucker in Wiscasset, 10 a.m. See rooms and stories that aren’t on the usual tour of the mansion filled with furniture and decorations of the Tucker family, who lived there for 140 years. $15 admission, $10 for Historic New England members.
  • Pirate Dixie Bull at Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site, in New Harbor. The “dread pirate” who brazenly attacked Pemaquid in 1632 will be waving his sword and shivering ye timbers at 1 p.m. and again at 3 p.m. The site also offers an in-depth look at life in the New World during the 17th and 18th centuries with a fort, ruins, a museum and thatched-roof cottage.
  • Come Spring Bus Tour, departs from the Old Town House, 128 Town House Road in Union, at 2 p.m. The tour will stop at five historic sites, including South Union’s first Colonial settlement. Alice Carroll, a descendant of Philip Robbins, will narrate. Wear walking shoes. For $15 tickets, call 385-4611.
  • “Fugitive Spectator: Farm Edition” in Union, 6 to 8 p.m. Ariel Hall and Nathan Davis host it at a former dairy farm at 114 Overlock Hill Road. Bring your smartphone for prompts to engage with fellow attendees and surroundings. Pay-what-you-want, and BYOB to go with the provided refreshments.
  • Two Days of Trucks & Tractors at Owls Head Transportation Museum, with gates opening at 10 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Exhibitors of every type, shape and size will thunder through the front gates for the show, from construction vehicles and delivery trucks to pickups and fire engines. $18, free under 19.
  • “Antique Auto Days” at Boothbay Railway Village, with over 100 hot rods, muscle cars and classic, vintage and antique autos parked on the Village Green on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday’s events will include Rails, Tails & Ales from noon to 4 pm. with seven Maine craft breweries pouring at the annual tasting. See the full schedule at RailwayVillage.org.
  • The Big Bang in Rockport, in Black Box Theater at Camden Hills Regional High School this Saturday and Sunday at 7 p.m. and Fridays & Saturdays, July 26 & 27 and August 2 & 3. Everyman Repertory Theatre performs the comedy about actors frenetically portraying everyone from Adam and Eve to Attila the Hun in an effort to get investors for their $83.5 million, 12-hour history of the world. $20 adults, $10 students: EverymanRep.org.

SUNDAY, JULY 21:

  • “Readings from Still Mill: Poems, Stories and Songs of Making Paper in Bucksport, Maine, 1930–2014,” noon to 2:30 p.m. at Buckport’s Alamo Theatre. Bucksport Poet Laureate Patricia Ranzoni will read from her anthology. She’ll be joined by Maine Poet Laureate Stuart Kestenbaum and others. Yankee Magazine editor Mel Allen will emcee.
  • Tastes and Sounds of Spain in Dresden, at Pownalborough Court House, at 5 p.m. Lincoln County Historical Association’s kermess (outdoor festival) serves up paella, Spanish wines, Jeff Rojo playing flamenco guitar, a cake walk and auction led by Kaja Veilleux. Tickets: LincolnCountyHistory.org
  • Sunset Cruise Out of Port Clyde, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., departing from Monhegan Boat Line dock. $40 tickets include appetizers (and there will be a cash bar) and benefit Coastal Children’s Museum in Rockland. Call 596-0300 to reserve.

MONDAY, JULY 22:

  • Talk on “Richard Stimpson, Early Surveyor,” 7 p.m. at Belfast Free Library. Learn about the early Searsport settler, who laid out the plan for Belfast and surveyed the first road from Fort Pownal in Stockton Springs to Fort St. George in Thomaston. Charlotte Knox Farris gives the Belfast Historical Society talk. $5.
  • “Blusterers, Bunglers, Blockheads: Naval Actions of the American Revolution in Maine,” 7:30 p.m. at Bristol’s Lighthouse Park. The three major events of the Revolution to take place Down East and the botches that led to them are laid out by award-winning author Jim Nelson in the Friends of Colonial Pemaquid talk. $5, free for Friends.

TUESDAY, JULY 23:

  • “Madame Fourcade’s Secret War,” 10 a.m. at Skidompha Library, Damariscotta. Best-selling author Lynne Olson on her book that tells the true story of the young woman who led France’s largest spy network against Hitler.
  • Stories from Peace Ridge Animal Sanctuary, noon, Merryspring Nature Center, Camden. Mellissa Andrews talks about some of the 1,100 animals that have been saved by the sanctuary in Brooks and how it cares for a 650-acre wildlife refuge. $5 admission.
  • “An Ocean of Life: One Drop of Seawater, One Million Organisms,” 5 p.m. at Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, East Boothbay. Scientists are using cutting-edge tech developed at Bigelow Lab to map the blueprints of marine microorganisms – millions of which live in each teaspoon of seawater. Dr. Ramunas Stepanauskas will discuss their incredible diversity in a free Café Sci talk. Register at Bigelow.org.
  • “On Desperate Ground: The Marines at the Reservoir, the Korean War’s Greatest Battle,” at Ocean View Grange, Route 131 in Martinsville. New York Times best-selling author Hampton Sides on his latest book. His talk, in Jackson Memorial Library’s Summer Literary Series, will be preceded by a 5:30 p.m. reception.
  • Flight of the Great Blue Heron, 6:30 p.m. at the Bath Freight Shed. Get a glimpse into the lives of these long-legged birds and learn about the Heron Observation Network of Maine, which has attached transmitters to three to track their movements, Danielle D’Auria, a wildlife biologist for the state, gives the talk in the Maine Creatures Great & Small lecture series of Kennebec Estuary Land Trust and Midcoast Conservancy.
  • “Maine’s Involvement in the Civil War,” 6:30 p.m. at Belfast Free Library. Brian Swartz introduces men and women who volunteered to help save the Union, including a Belfast “balloon handler,” Private Joe Wilson of the 4th Maine Infantry. Swartz wrote “Maine at War Volume 1: Bladensburg to Sharpsburg” and has a weekly Maine at War blog.
  • “Borne on the Wind” at Rockland Public Library, 6:30 p.m. John Anderson on his book about his grandfather, Captain Anders Anderson, who began his sailing career at age 16, left his home in Sweden, and sailed to ports around the world.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24:

  • Talk on Climate and Seabirds, 5 p.m. at Project Puffin Visitor Center, 311 Main Street in Rockland. Project Puffin’s founder and director, Steve Kress, tells how the climate crisis is creating a cascade of changes that affect everything from plankton to puffins. He is a coauthor of “Project Puffin: the Improbable Quest to Bring a Beloved Seabird Back to Egg Rock” and “The Audubon Society Guide to Attracting Birds.” RSVP: 596-5566.
  • Sail from Cape Horn to the Cape of Good Hope, 7 p.m. at Lincolnville Community Library. Carl Lindquist tells tales from his seven-week sail across the Atlantic with an international crew aboard the square-rigged ship Europa in his free illlustrated program.
  • Camden Shakespeare Festival’s The Taming of the Shrew, opens tonight at 6 p.m. in Camden Amphitheatre. Hamlet opens Saturday, July 27, at 7 p.m. at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church in Camden. Both plays will be performed through August 11. For the schedule and tickets: CamdenShakespeare.org.

THURSDAY, JULY 25:

  • “Refuge” by Poet Dave Morrison in Camden, 5 p.m. at Owl & Turtle Bookshop, 33 Bay View Street. Morrison reads from his 14th collection and strums his electric guitar. Free.
  • All the Buzz Summer Gala of Georges River Land Trust, 6 p.m. at the South Thomaston home of Barbara and Walter Reitz. Live music, cocktails, and an auction of art by Andrew Wyeth and Eric Hopkins, lunch and a jaunt with Triple Crown Hiker Tom Jamrog, island camping, and more. The tented party goes on rain or shine. $100 tix ($75 for land trust members): GeorgesRiver.org.
  • Weather Watcher at Penobscot Marine Museum, in its Old Vestry, 2 Church Street, Searsport, at 6 p.m. Tom Shyka on weird weather, storm warnings and more. He works for the Northeastern Regional Association of Coastal Ocean Observing Systems, which gives weather and ocean data to fishers, commercial shippers and emergency managers responsible for issuing storm warnings. $8 admission ($5 museum members).
  • Talk on Apollo 11 Lunar Landing at Rockland Public Library, 6 p.m. NASA Solar System Ambassador Jon Wallace marks the 50th anniverary of the mission to the moon with his talk about why the U.S. entered the space race, what was learned and the people who made it all possible.
  • “Mindful Manipulations: Contemporary Circus & Dance” in Belfast, 7 p.m. at Crosby Center, 96 Church Street. A juggler from Cirque du Soleil, a dancer from the Martha Graham Dance Company, and a former Circus Maine star perform with conventional and not-so-conventional props. $20 admission, $15 under 15.
  • Camden Classics Cup, Thursday to Saturday, July 25 to 27. Registration is Thursday. Camden Classics Cup racing runs noon to 4 p.m. Friday – hike or drive to the top of Mt. Battie for a grand view. Saturday will feature All Comers Row and Paddle Races in Camden Harbor at 9 a.m.; the Parade of Sail at 10 a.m. with the 60-plus Cup entries; and on dry land, the Mid Maine Sports Car Club’s display of classic Jaguars, MGs, Bugattis, Porsches and others at Lyman-Morse at Wayfarer Marine. The full schedule is at CamdenClassicsCup.com.

COMING UP:

  • Sunset Dessert Cruise Aboard the Elizabeth Ann, Friday, July 26, from 6:15 to 8 p.m. It departs from Monhegan Boat Line dock in Port Cyde. $15 per person ($7.50 under 12): 372-0510. The cruise benefits Naomi Chapter 25 OES.
  • Dance at Duck Puddle Campground, in its Lakeside Barn, in Nobleboro, on Friday, July 26, from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m Steve Hand will give a West Coast swing dance demo and lesson at 7:30 p.m. The party is hosted by Karl’s Kids, a group that gives sports equipment to Lincoln County children. Pizza and other snacks on sale. BYOB. $10 at the door.
  • Harbor Days in Stockton Springs, on Friday and Saturday, July 26 and 27. The downtown will be closed to traffic for a street dance 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, along with a food truck and kids’ games. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday there will be boat rides, kayaking, games, crafts, a barbecue and more at the harbor on Cape Docks Road. Facebook has details.
  • 14th Annual Dance Showcase of Women’s Works, Friday and Saturday, July 26 and 27, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, July 28, at 5 p.m. at Crosby Center, 96 Church Street in Belfast. $15 tickets at the door, Bella Books in Belfast, Zoot in Camden, and The Grashopper Shop in Rockland. $17 tix at WomensWorksDance.com.
  • Contra Dance at Belfast City Park, Saturday, July 27, at 6:30 p.m. Belfast Flying Shoes holds the free outdoor dance for all ages and experience levels with Chrissy Fowler and Lisa Newcomb calling and Velocipede playing – musicians are welcome to sit in.
  • “An Evening with Michael Toner,” who gives a reading of the one-man play Beginning to End, adapted from writings of Samuel Beckett, on Saturday, July 27, at 7 p.m. at The Bazz (Basil Burwell Community Theater), 17 Court Street in Belfast. $12 tickets: at the door or at BelfastMaskers.com.
  • Music and Photos from Palestine, Saturday, July 27, 7 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 95 High Street in Belfast. Amos Libby brings along his oud, the ancient stringed instrument born in Persia, and shows photos from his travels to West Bank Palestine of people living there in towns, villages and refugee camps. He is director of Bowdoin College’s Middle Eastern Ensemble. A suggested donation of $10 per person, $20 families, includes refreshments and will benefit Ramallah Friends School in the West Bank.
  • 72nd Maine Lobster Festival, in Rockland, from Wednesday to Sunday, July 31 to August 4. Five days of feasting and fun on the coast, with 20,000 pounds of lobster, a sea goddess coronation, big parade, entertainment, crate race, fine art and crafts, cooking contests and more. Details: MaineLobsterFestival.com.

MUSIC

THURSDAY, JULY 18:

  • The Right Track in Belfast’s Summer Nights Series, 5:30 p.m. The 11-piece R&B, funk and soul band with a full horn section brings its bold sound to Beaver Street. Summer Nights concerts are free. Bring a chair or blanket and a picnic, but not the dog. Facebook has weather updates.
  • Belfast Bay Fiddlers on Rockland Public Library’s Lawn, 6:30 p.m. Come for a picnic, stay for the jigs, reels, polkas and hornpipes from New England, Canada, and across the pond. Free.
  • Daymark in Camden Amphitheatre, 7 p.m. The trio brings it hard, playing Irish music with attitude. Bring a chair or blanket for the outdoor concert.
  • Jazz Singer Spider Saloff at Union’s Old Town House, 128 Town House Road, at 7 p.m. The world-traveling vocalist whose style has been compared to Peggy Lee’s performs to benefit Cancer Support Center of Maine. $25 tickets: 322-0960. She plays again Friday at the Elks Club in Rockland.
  • “Transfigured Night” at Rockport Opera House, 7:30 p.m. Bay Chamber Concerts presents violinist Johnny Gandelsman, cellist Michael Nicolas and pianist Conrad Tao playing, among other pieces, Eduard Steuermann’s 1932 arrangement of Schoenberg’s “Verklarte Nacht.” $45 adults, $10 under 25. The trio gives an intimate Union Hall performance Friday.

FRIDAY, JULY 19:

  • Spider Saloff at Rockland Elks Club, 210 Rankin Street, at 7 p.m. Fresh off an Australian tour, the renowned jazz singer brings her song stylings to the midcoast, with help from Dick White on guitar and Spike Hyssong on bass. Cash bar. Tickets benefit Rockland Public Library and are on sale at the library’s front desk for $20 ($25 at the Elks Club door).
  • The Rusty Hinges at Old Jefferson Town House, 7 Gardiner Road, Jefferson, at 7 p.m. The band plays folk and blues in a picturesque setting to benefit Jefferson Historical Society. $10.
  • Professor Louie and the Crowmatix at Boothbay Harbor Opera House, 7:30 p.m. The group is in town to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and will be joined by the Woodstock Horns. Their repertoire is steeped in rock, gospel and American roots. $25 in advance at the box office, $30 online and the door.
  • “The Music of Peter, Paul and Mary,” performed by Boston ensemble The Hingham Singers on Friday at First Congregational Church, 28 High Street in Wiscasset, and Saturday at Camden’s First Congregational Church, 55 Elm Street, both starting at 7:30 p.m. Admission is by donation.
  • “Gandelsman, Nicolas & Iverson” at Union Hall, Rockport, 8:30 p.m. The trio of Johnny Gandelsman on violin, Michael Nicolas on cello and Ethan Iverson on piano plays Ravel’s Sonata for Violin and Cello, Brahms’s Sonata No. 1 for Violin and Piano in G Major, Op. 78, Ethan Iverson’s “Tiny Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano,” and Astor Piazzolla’s “The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.” $35 adults, $10 under 25. FMI: BayChamberConcerts.org.

SATURDAY, JULY 20:

  • Music al Fresco at Juniper Hill School, 180 Golden Ridge Road in Alna. Earth Jams Music will play a family-friendly show at 3 p.m. followed by a recital by mezzo-soprano Kate Aldrich at 4:30 p.m. on the school’s new open-air stage. Appetizers, cash bar and childcare will be provided. Bring a chair. Rain moves the music indoors.
  • Midsummer Masters Series by DaPonte String Quartet, featuring Haydn’s String Quartet in G Major Op. 77 No.1, Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 11 in F minor Op. 95, and Ravel’s String Quartet in F Major, at 7:30 p.m. at Phippsburg Congregational Church. They play again Saturday, July 27, 4 p.m. at St. Columba’s Church, Boothbay Harbor, and Friday, August 2, 7:30 p.m. at Union Church, South Bristol. FMI: daponte.org.

SUNDAY, JULY 21:

  • Ardelia Chamber Players at Bayside Community Hall, Northport, 7:30 p.m. Juilliard-trained violinist Janey Choi, violist Christopher Souza and cellist Andrea Lee play Dohnanyi’s Serenade in C Major, a selection of American classics and Beethoven’s String Trio No. 5 in C minor, Op. 9 No. 3. $20 adults, $10 under 10 at BarHarborMusicFestival.org and the door.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24:

  • Music from Baroque Period to the 1900s in Damariscotta, 2 p.m. in Schooner Cove Retirement Community’s library. Maine Friends of Music – soprano Mary Sullivan, flutist Linda Brunner, bassoonist David DeBolt and pianist and harpsichordist Sean Fleming – play a free concert open to everyone.
  • VentiCordi Chamber Music in Damariscotta, 7 p.m. at Lincoln Theater. VentiCordi (Winds and Strings) is a musical collaboration between oboist Kathleen McNerney and violinist Dean Stein. They’ll be joined by flutist Eileen Holt, violist Russell Wilson, and cellist Ashima Scripp for “Mimi’s Song,”a program feauring Mozart’s Quartet for Flute, Violin, Viola, Cello; Grazyna Bacewicz’s Trio for Oboe, Violin, Cello; Heitor Villa-Lobos’ Assobio a Jato for Flute, Cello; Bill Matthews’ 3 Duos for Oboe and Violin; and Malcolm Arnold’s Quartet for Oboe, Violin, Viola, Cello. Tickets are $20 adults, $15 seniors, $5 under 19 at VentiCordi.com and the door.
  • “Music of Ireland, Scotland and the Sea Around Us,” 7 p.m. at Ocean View Grange, Route 131 in Martinsville. Gabriel Donohue, Marian Makins and Seamus Connolly play. $20. For more information, call 372-8629.

THURSDAY, JULY 25:

  • John Sebastian Performing at Boothbay Harbor Opera House, at 7:30 p.m. The Rock ’n’ Roll Hall of Famer and former frontman of The Lovin’ Spoonful comes to the coast. $30 in advance at the box office, $35 online and the door.
  • “La Belle Époque” at Rockport Opera House, 7:30 p.m. The music of the early 20th-century era of optimism, peace and prosperity “inspires an evening that strips the veneer of Parisian sophistication to reveal the erotic longing and ecstasy that characterize the program’s poetry and music,” featuring tenor Nicholas Phan, pianist Henry Kramer and oboist and Bay Chamber regular James Austin Smith performing pieces by Boulanger, Ravel, Dutilleux, Debussy, and Bozza. $45 adults, $10 under 25 at BayChamberConcerts.org.

COMING UP:

  • Music at Farnsworth Art Museum by American Women Composers, in the Rockland museum’s library on Friday, July 26, from 2 to 3 p.m. Pianist Donna Mulzet Beech and her husband, violinist Martin Beech, play music by early-20th-century composers incuding Ann Wyeth McCoy and Amy Beach. $15 admission, $10 for museum members, includes entry to the galleries.
  • “An Evening of Baroque Keyboard Music,” Friday, July 26, at 6:30 p.m. at Damariscotta Baptist Church, 4 Bristol Road. After a brief lecture and before a reception, composer and keyboardist Mitch Boucher performs. He’ll play again Friday, August 2, also at 6:30 p.m., at Edgecomb Community Church, 15 Cross Point Road. $5 donation for church missions.
  • Jud Caswell in Music on the Railway Summer Series, offered by Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway, on Saturday, July 27. The train leaves from Sheepscot Station in Alna at 5 p.m. and returns at 7:30 p.m. Parking and train fare are included in the ticket price of $20 for adults and $10 ages 4 to 12. Mainer Caswell won the Kerrville New Folk competition and his songs have been recorded by Judy Collins.
  • Amos Lee at Savage Oakes Vineyard & Winery, Union, on Saturday, July 27, at 7 p.m. The singer-songwriter whose new album, “My New Moon,” is getting raves from Salon, Rolling Stone and NPR Music brings his soulful folk to the outdoor stage. $68 tickets: SavageOakes.thundertix.com.
  • Will Brown at Rock City Cafe, in Rockland, on Saturday, July 27, from 7 to 9 p.m He plays finger-stye guitar and sings Americana, folk and tunes from both sides of the pond.
  • Kevin Kiley & Friends at Boothbay Harbor Opera House, Saturday, July 27, at 7:30 p.m. The pianist is joined by singers Devin Dukes, Arthur Francesco, Marques Ruff and Jennifer Zimmerman for Broadway music and American standards. $15 in advance at the box office, $20 online and the door.
  • Pianist Antonio Galera Lopez at Belfast Free Library, Sunday, July 28, at 4 p.m. The performance is a Bar Harbor Music Festival foray to Belfast. Tickets are available at BelfastCreativeCoalition.org.
  • Singer-Songwriter Slaid Cleaves at St. Patrick’s Church, Newcastle, on Sunday, July 28, at 7 p.m. The Maine musician plays to raise money for the Pemaquid Mill restoration project of Old Bristol Historical Society. $25 tickets: BrownPaperTickets.com.

ONGOING:

  • Thursday Jams in Warren, Saint George River Cafe, 310 Main Street, at 6 p.m. and Second and Fourth Friday Open Mics, at 6:30 p.m.
  • Thursday Karaoke in Thomaston, Thresher’s Brewing Company, 1 Starr Street, 7 p.m.
  • Friday Folk Dances in Brunswick, People Plus, 35 Union Street, 6:30 to 9 p.m. $5. FolkDanceBrunswick.org.
  • Second Saturday Drum Circles at River Arts, Damariscotta, at 6:30 p.m. No experience needed; bring a drum or borrow one. Free. FMI: 633-6355.
  • Sunday Jams in Rockland, Sail, Power & Steam Museum, 75 Mechanic Street, at 1:30 p.m.
  • Sunday Swing Dances in Brunswick, People Plus, 35 Union Street, 6 to 8 p.m. $5. SwingDanceBrunswick.org.
  • Monday Jams at St. George Grange, at Wiley’s Corner, 7 to 9 p.m. through October. Country, gospel, folk, bluegrass.
  • Tuesday Jams in Thomaston, 8 Hyler Street, at 7 p.m. Folk, country, blues, gospel. FMI: 273-2914.
  • Monthly Songwriter Sessions at Camden Public Library, last Thursdays, 6 p.m. Newcomers welcome.

FILM

THURSDAY, JULY 18:

  • NT Live Encore: The Madness of George III, 7 p.m. at Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. It’s 1786 and King George III is the most powerful man in the world, but he’s also prone to lunacy. $15 adults; $13 LT members; $5 under 19.

FRIDAY, JULY 19 — THURSDAY, JULY 25:

  • COLONIAL THEATRE Belfast. “Lion King,” “Yesterday,” “Spider-Man: Far from Home.”
  • FLAGSHIP CINEMAS, Thomaston. FlagshipCinemas.com, 594-2100.
  • LINCOLN THEATER, Damariscotta. “Pavarotti.” LCCT.org, 563-3424.
  • STRAND THEATRE, Rockland. “Echo in the Canyon,” “The Fall of the American Empire.”

FRIDAY, JULY 19:

  • “The Big Sleep,” 7 p.m., Friday Night Film Series at Thomaston Public Library. July’s Humphrey Bogart films continue with the Raymond Chandler mystery about a private dick hired to learn who’s blackmailing a wealthy LA family. He falls for the oldest daughter, played by Lauren Bacall, in the whodunnit so convoluted even Chandler didn’t know who committed one murder, but so entertaining no one cares.

MONDAY, JULY 22:

  • “Murder on the Orient Express,” 8:30 p.m. in Camden Public Library’s Monday Night Movie Series in the Amphitheatre. A lavish train trip through Europe is halted by an avalanche, and detective Hercule Poirot climbs aboard to solve a murder be-fore the killer can strike again. Bring a blanket or chair for the free film under the stars.

TUESDAY, JULY 23:

  • “Lobster War: The Fight Over the World’s Richest Fishing Grounds,” 7 p.m. at Camden Public Library. The award-winning documentary depicts the conflict between the U.S. and Canada over water that both countries have claimed since the end of the Revolutionary War. Director David Abel will answer questions via Skype after the screening.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24:

  • “For All Mankind,” 7 p.m. at Camden Opera House. Al Reinert’s documentary about the 24 men who traveled to the moon, told in their own words, is shown in the CIFF Selects series. $10.

THURSDAY, JULY 25:

  • “42nd Street – The Musical,” at 2 p.m. and again at 7 p.m. at the Strand Theatre, Rockland. High-def capture of the play at London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane about a young performer with stars in her eyes who gets her big break on Broadway. $12.50 adults, $10.50 Strand members.
  • NT Live Encore: “The Audience,” 7 p.m. at Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. Academy Award–winner Helen Mirren plays Queen Elizabeth II.

COMING UP:

  • MidCoast Film Fest, at Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta, Friday to Sunday, July 26 to 28, with an opening reception and long and short films all weekend. Several filmmakers will attend and host Q&As after their screenings. For passes and the full schedule, go to MidCoastFilmFest.org.

ARTS

  • Call for Submissions to Art Show and Sale at Aldermere Farm, Rockport, on Saturday & Sunday, August 10 and 11. For registration forms, which are due by Friday, July 26, go to Aldermere.org.

THURSDAY, JULY 18:

  • Pemaquid Artists Paint Plein Air, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Pemaquid Point in Bristol. Everyone is invited to meet and talk with local artists, view painting demonstrations, and enjoy refreshments.
  • “Protecting and Preserving Wabanaki Basketmaking Traditions Threatened by the Emerald Ash Borer,” a noon Brown Bag Lunch Discussion at Moore Auditorium of Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park, in Winter Harbor. Chair of Native American Programs at UMaine and citizen of the Penobscot Nation Darren Ranco discusses work he and a team of researchers have been doing since 2009 to prepare for the arrival of the invasive pest and how Wabanaki basketmaking will be affected. Free; no need to register.
  • Reception for July Show at Camden Public Library, 4:30 to 6 p.m. Sara Gagan’s oil paintings with elements of collage and MF Morison’s intaglio copper plate etchings will be on display in the Gallery of the Jean Picker Room all month.
  • “Art New England Destination: Coastal Maine Party,” 6 to 8 p.m. at Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockland. Art New England magazine celebrates summer and the publication of its July/August 2019 issue, featuring “Destination: Coastal Maine,” an editorial piece that highlights Maine as a hub of arts and culture, with wine, appetizers and conversation with the magazine’s staff.
  • “Creative Courage” Pop-Up Art Show in St. George, at Wiley’s Corner Grange, Route 131 in St. George. The show featuring the work of 12 Maine painters, photographers, mixed-media artists and sculptors runs Thursday to Saturday. An artists’ reception will be held Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. “Creative courage” refers to the process of making art with veterans, and the underlying theme is “Red, White and You.”

FRIDAY, JULY 19:

  • “Learn Camera Settings the Easy Way,” 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Rockland’s Art Loft. Karen Olson teaches how to use manual mode to take control of and expand your photography skills. $35.
  • Reception to Open “Stories” at Stable Gallery, 26 Water Street in Damariscotta, from 5 to 7 p.m. The show includes paintings, glass pieces, textiles, wire sculpture and furniture by nine Maine artists.
  • Reception to Open Show of Phoebe Bly’s Paintings, 5 to 8 p.m. at Granite Gallery, 68 Main Street, Tenants Harbor. Her work hangs to July 24.

SATURDAY, JULY 20:

  • Reception to Open “Collective Work II” at @162 Russell in Rockport, the former CMCA building, from 4 to 6 p.m. The show features more than 50 photos by Paul Caponigro, Dirk McDonnell, Eleanor Owen Kerr, Ni Rong and Anna Mikuskova. It hangs to August 11.
  • Reception for “Feed the Need” at Medomak Arts Project, 13 Friendship Street in Waldoboro, from 5 to 7 p.m. Attending will be some of the artists whose work was created as part of a restorative justice program, as well as Tony Gallace, who is restoring Otis Benner Farm & Forge, and woodcarver Steve Hensel.
  • “Paint Night – Boats by the Dock” at Rockland’s Art Loft, 6 to 9 p.m. Justin Kinney will guide participants step-by-step through painting one of his original works. Snacks will be served during the break and people are invited to bring their own snacks and beer or wine. $35.

SUNDAY, JULY 21:

  • Summer Open House at Saltwater Artists Gallery, Route 130, New Harbor, from 3 to 5 p.m. Everyone is invited to meet the 27 artists who exhibit there, including returning painter Sue Kibbe.
  • Reception to Open Show of Portraits by Robin Yale Brawn, 4 to 5:30 p.m. at Lincolnville Center Community Building, Route 173. She uses ephemera, paint and vintage photos to make them. With refreshments and piano music by Peter Saladino.

MONDAY, JULY 22:

  • Free Adult Art Classes at Rockland Public Library, 11 a.m. Catinka Knoth leads the free Monday classes – with a focus on drawing in color – open to all, with all materials provided. July’s themes include coastal flowers.
  • “Intro to Figure Painting” at the Art Loft, Rockland, 3 to 5 p.m. Justin Kinney gives tips that may ease the stress of painting the human body. He’ll lead it again on Wednesday at 10 a.m. $20 drop-in fee.
  • Weeklong Watercolor Workshop at Rockland’s Gamble Education Center, Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Katharine Cartwright leads beginners and intermediate artists on an exploration of application and removal techniques, and she describes various surfaces, paints and brushes. $480 ($420 for Farnsworth Art Museum members). Register at FarnsworthMuseum.org.

TUESDAY, JULY 23:

  • “Dialogue: Let the Preserve Speak,” 9 a.m. to noon at Hidden Valley Nature Center, Jefferson. Fourth of six fee-free stand-alone nature-writing workshops led by Melissa Barbour. Learn more at MidcoastConservancy.org.
  • Memorial Service to Honor Charles Wickham Skinner Jr., 11 a.m. to noon at Strand Theatre, Rockland. Farnsworth Art Museum hosts the service for Skinner, who died January 28. He was a longtime member of the Farnsworth’s board. A reception at the museum will be held afterward.
  • “2019 Disthinguished Lecture: Alex Katz + David Salle,” presented by Center for Maine Contemporary Art at Rockland’s Strand Theatre at 5:30 p.m. An evening of lively and candid conversation between two iconic contemporary artists as they discuss looking at art through the lens of history, fashion and aesthetics. $20 general admission, $15 CMCA members.
  • “Spark Creativity” at Rockland Shambhala, 14 School Street, 6 to 8 p.m. Rebekah Younger gives the public dharma talk. She is the author of “Be, Awake, Create: Mindful Practices to Spark Creativity,” which includes prompts and hands-on activities designed to inspire expression. Admission is by donation.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24:

  • “Rock of Ages: The History of the Granite Industry in Maine,” 10:30 a.m. at Anderson Inn at Quarry Hill, Camden. Steve Lindsay gives the illustrated talk. He has worked in wood and stone for more than 40 years and his work has been shown at Rockland’s Farnsworth Art Museum and Center for Maine Contemporary Art. The talk is free, but you must register: QHinfo@pbmc.org, 301-6116.
  • “Drawing with Naomi Howe” at the Art Loft, Rockland, 6 to 8 p.m. Howe will teach line work, shading, value and creating a three-dimensional form using a variety of mediums including pen, chalk, pencil, Conte crayon, and charcoal to get a feel for different types of drawing. The class runs Wednesday evenings twice a month. Take one or several. $25.

THURSDAY, JULY 25:

  • A Conversation with Artist Henry Isaacs at Union Hall in Rockport, from 5 to 7 p.m. The free public event will feature a conversation with Isaacs and art historian and author Daniel Kany on the artist’s process, inspiration and influences.
  • Wiscasset Art Walk, 5 to 8 p.m. Participant sites are marked with colorful streamers and touring maps are available throughout the village. For more info, head to WiscassetArtWalk.org.
  • “Photo Collage” at Rockland’s Art Loft, 6 to 8 p.m. Create one-of-a-kind works of art incorporating older or antique photos. Bring your own or use some from teacher Naomi Howe’s big collection. $25.

COMING UP:

  • Reception to Open “GALLERY CLOSED” at Waterfall Arts, Belfast, on Friday, July 26, at 5 p.m. The show brings together four artists under the arts center’s 2019 exhibit theme, “Alternative Environments.” An artist talk and performance by Paula Lalala will take place at 7 p.m. in the Clifford Gallery, followed by a concert on the front lawn by New York City’s Hungry March Band. All activities are free and open to the public.
  • Belfast Maskers Holding Auditions for Comedy Dearly Departed, Saturday, July 27, at 10 a.m. and Sunday, July 28, at 2 p.m. at Basil Burwell Community Theater, 17 Court Street in Belfast. There are roles for four men and six women, ages 20 to 80, for the play to be put on in October. For more information, email director Meg Nickerson at MaskerMeg@gmail.com.

EXHIBITS:

  • Belfast Museum, Belfast. “The Anniversary of Belfast Artist Percy A. Sanborn’s Birth” and “The Jennie Flood Kreger – Celebrating 100 Years,” to October 20.
  • Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockland. “Tectonic Industries: Dreams Can Come True,” to October 6.“Ann Craven: Birds We Know” and “Dan Mills: Human Topographies,” both to October 13.
  • Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland. “Jamie Wyeth: Untoward Occurrences and Other Things,” to October 28 and “Phyllis Mills Wyeth: A Celebration,” to September 8. “The Screen Show,” to September 22. “Andrew Wyeth’s World War I” and “Slab City Rendezvous,” both to February 9.
  • Maine Historical Society, Portland. “Holding Up the Sky: Wabanaki People, Culture, History & Art,” to February 1.
  • Maine State Museum, Augusta. “Maine + Jewish: Two Centuries” to October 25. “Women’s Long Road – 100 Years to the Vote,” to January 25.
  • Penobscot Marine Museum, Searsport, “Where in the World?” and “Weather or Knot?” to October 20.
  • Portland Museum of Art, Portland. “In the Vanguard: Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, 1950–1969,” to September 8. “Open Ended: New Acquisitions at the Portland Museum of Art,” to October 20.

ONGOING:

  • “Uncork the Arts” at Rockland’s Farnsworth Art Museum, galleries are open 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays in July, August and September. On third Wednesdays, relax with a glass of wine before or after a curator-led tour of the galleries at 6 p.m. Fourth Wednesdays will feature innovative programs. Admission is $10; free for Rockland residents and museum members.
  • Fiber Arts at Rockport Library, first and third Tuesdays, 3:30 to 5 p.m. FMI: 236-3642 or rockport.lib.me.us.
  • Fiber Arts at Appleton Library, third Tuesdays, 3 to 4 p.m. Stitch at the library, 2916 Sennebec Road.
  • Philosophical Society at Camden Public Library, third Tuesdays, 4 p.m. The discussion group posts topics and readings on the library’s website.
  • Rockport Library Writers Group, third Wednesdays, 6 to 7:30 p.m. All writers welcome, published or aspiring.

OUTDOORS

THURSDAY, JULY 18:

  • Trail Walk and Talk at Erickson Fields Preserve, Rockport, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Walkers and joggers of all fitness levels are invited to meet up with clinical team members from Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital to exercise and learn about the benefits of being active. Free. Learn more: 301-3950, JourneyToHealth.coursestorm.com.

FRIDAY, JULY 19:

  • Friday Tours at Aldermere Farm in Rockport, through August (except August 2), at 10 a.m. Meet the Belted Galloway herd and stroll the farm’s trails.
  • Free Downtown Camden Walking Tours, meet at Camden Public Library Children’s Garden on Atlantic Avenue at 4 p.m., wend through the downtown with a guide who will drop historical tidbits, and end on the Village Green. Tours run Fridays to September 13.
  • “Build Your Herbal Allergy Kit,” 4 p.m. at Good Tern Co-op, 750 Main Street in Rockland. Clinical energetic herbalist Kaela Van Breevort Reed gives strategies for coping with allergy season. Registration: 594-8822.

SATURDAY, JULY 20:

  • Lower Androscoggin Kayak Paddle, in Brunswick, led by Michelle and Stan Moody in the Friends of Merrymeeting Bay free Summer Outside 2019 series. Call for time and put-in details: 406-5221.
  • Kilted Canter 5K Run/Walk in Belfast, at Belfast Area High School, with an 8:30 a.m. start. Billed as the race “where the pleats meet the streets,” racers are invited to don kilts. Details are at RunBelfast.org.
  • Love the Lake Regatta in Jefferson, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the shores of Rolling Acres, Maine Farmland Trust’s Joseph A. Fiore Art Center. Join the regatta of kayaks, canoes and stand-up paddleboards. Participants are welcome to bring their own or borrow a Midcoast Conservancy boat or board. PFDs will be available. Bring a picnic for after the paddling. Drinks and dessert provided. Sign-up: 389-5150 or MidcoastConservancy.org.
  • Maine Lobster Ride Weekend, with a Family Fun Cycling Festival on Saturday at the Camden Snow Bowl. The chairlift will give rides to the summit of Ragged Mountain, with its ocean views, and there will be guided bike rides and a children’s bicycle safety rodeo. The Maine Lobster Ride is Sunday and offers course options of 15, 38, 62 and 100 miles. All rides begin and end at the Bowl. $70 to enter. Details are at MaineLobsterRide.com.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24:

  • Moving Meditation at Winterport Memorial Library, 5 to 6 p.m. Wellness coach Barbara Crowley explains how bringing mindfulness to natural activities like walking can have health benefits similar to those of sitting meditation. Details: JourneyToHealth.coursestorm.com.

COMING UP:

  • Midcoast Adventure Challenge in Jefferson, Saturday, July 27, at Hidden Valley Nature Center. The three-hour race welcomes beginners and families and combines hiking, canoeing and Amazing Race-style challenges. Do as much or as little of the course as you choose and start anytime between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. All gear will be provided. A prize ceremony and barbecue with beer from Oxbow Brewing starts at 5 p.m. $10 to enter; $5 kids; $25 teams and families: MidcoastConservancy.org.

ONGOING:

  • Apprenticeshop Community Sailing, 655 Main Street, Rockland. Learn how to sail modern and traditional boats with licensed instructors and staff. Weekend, afternoon and women’s courses available: Apprenticeshop.org or 594-1800.

HOME & GARDEN

THURSDAY, JULY 18:

  • 72nd Annual Garden & Home Tour of Camden Garden Club, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine. Details on where to buy tickets: CamdenGarden Club.org.

FRIDAY, JULY 19:

  • Belfast Garden Club’s Open Garden Days, 10 a.m. to 4 pm. rain or shine. This one is at the Fotterall garden, 71 Bayview Street in Belfast. Revisit the backyard garden a short walk from downtown, last open in 2016, to see what is new. View the stewartia tree in full bloom and look for river birch, chamaecyparis, and show-stopping blue hydrangea along with lilies, roses, delphiniums and other perennials that will be in bloom. $5.
  • “Swine 101: Raising Pastured Pork,” 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at UMaine Extension Office, 992 Waterville Road in Waldo. Learn about breed selection, reproductive information, nutrition, fencing, housing and meat yield. A smoked pork meal will be provided. The free course is being offered at various locations around the state. To register and learn more, go to umaine.edu.

SATURDAY, JULY 20:

  • Daylily Day at Merryspring Nature Center, Camden, 9 a.m. to noon. The Maine Daylily Society showcases its display garden at Merryspring during the free event. See blooms in luscious lemon, ruffled raspberry, deep grape and pastels. There are talls and smalls, formal and exotic. Guests may bring a shovel to dig their own daylilies from divisions in the nursery bed. The daylily clumps are free, with a suggested donation to Merryspring. No sign-up is necessary for the free event.

COMING UP:

  • Final Entry in “Love Our Lakes” Series for Lakeside Homeowners, offered by Waldo County Soil and Water Conservation District on Friday, July 26, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at North Searsport United Methodist Church and at Swan Lake. It will cover “Best Homeowner Practices to Be LakeSmart” and “Intro to LoonSmart.” For more information: WaldoCountySoilAndWater.org.
  • Free Program on Invasive Forest Pests, Saturday, July 27, from 10 a.m. to noon at Merryspring Nature Center, Camden. Hildy Ellis of Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District will introduce the emerald ash borer, hemlock woolly adelgid, browntail moth, and the next threat on the horizon, the Asian longhorned beetle. Learn how to ID them, limit their spread, and report sightings of the pests or the damage they inflict. You’ll get a packet with fact sheets to take home. Registration: knox-lincoln.org, 596-2040.
  • Herbal Revolution Farm and Apothecary Open House, Sunday, July 28, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with tours of the farm, at 410 North Union Road in Union, offered at 10:30 a.m., noon and 1:30 p.m. Teas and herbal treats will be served and samples of the farm’s certified organic herbal products will be available.

FOOD & DRINK

THURSDAY, JULY 18:

  • Public Supper and Raffle at Masonic Hall in Tenants Harbor, 5 p.m. Lasagna (vegetarian or meat), salad, garlic bread, cannoli. $10 adults, $6 kids.
  • Barbecue in Bucksport, 5 p.m., behind Elm Street Congregational Church. Grilled meats with fixings, side dishes, nonalcoholic drinks and birthday cake to celebrate the 300th birthday of Jonathan Buck, founder of Bucksport. $25 families, $10 adults and teens, $5 ages 5 to 12, free under 5. Tickets are available on Main Street Bucksport’s Facebook page or at BookStacks in downtown Bucksport.
  • Eastern Star Public Dinner & Raffle, 5 to 7 p.m. at St. George Town Office. Lasagna and cannoli. $10 adults; $6 kids.

FRIDAY, JULY 19:

  • Public Breakfasts for Campers, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Fridays to August 30, at People’s United Methodist Church, 13 Chapel Street, South Thomaston. Pancakes, eggs, sausage, homefries, juice and coffee. $8 adults; $4 ages 5 to 10.

SATURDAY, JULY 20:

  • Public Breakfasts at Broad Cove Church, Cushing, 7 to 10 a.m. Saturdays to August 31 (except August 10).
  • Maine Seaweed Fair in Belfast, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at United Farmers Market, 18 Spring Street. The free fair hosted by Maine Seaweed Exchange will offer art, education, vendors, foods and activities celebrating Maine’s seaweed heritage.
  • St. George Days Lobster Dinner, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at St. George Town Office in Tenants Harbor. Benefits St. George Volunteer Fire & Ambulance. Facebook has details.
  • Chicken Barbecue Fundraiser in Hope, at the Hope Corner Fire Station, starting at 5 p.m. Half chicken, potato salad, pickles, roll, dessert and drink for $10.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24:

  • Chicken Pie Public Supper in South Thomaston, 5:30 p.m. at People’s United Methodist Church, 13 Chapel Street. With cranberry sauce, peas, beverages and dessert. $8 adults; $4 under 11.

COMING UP:

  • “From the Middle of the World to Maine,” Friday, July 26, 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Penobscot Language School, 28 Gay Street in Rockland. Camden resident and Ecuadorean expatriate Pablo Espinosa will talk about Ecuador’s geographic and cultural features and his experiences as an immigrant. A dinner of Ecuadorean specialties will be served including cheese or vegetable empanadas, locro de papa, potato soup with cheese and avocado, fish or mushroom ceviche, ensalada of red cabbage and carrots with creamy lime dressing, and a dessert of pastel de tres leches with fruit. RSVP before July 24: 230-0055.
  • Community Picnic in Rockland, Saturday, July 27, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at MacDougal Park. Fire-pit baked beans made by Maynard Stanley, hot dogs from Wasses, corn on the cob from local farms and other seasonal treats from the Good Tern Food Co-op, along with arts, crafts, farm exhibitors, acoustic music, lawn games for adults and kids, and lots more. The picnic is free and open to everyone.
  • Steak Supper at Warren Masonic Hall, Route 90, on Saturday, July 27, from 5 to 7 p.m. $15 per person. Sponsored by the Warren Square and Compass Club. More info: 236-4585.
  • Community Potluck in Belfast, Saturday, July 27, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Belfast United Methodist Church, 23 Mill Lane. It is hosted by Waldo County Recovery Committee and Maine Coastal Regional Reentry Center. More info: 930-7042.

ONGOING:

  • Free Fresh Produce in Rockland, first Tuesdays at noon at the Flanagan Community Center, 61 Limerock Street. Different items each month. Bring a bag. For everyone, not only those in need.
  • Jefferson Area Community Food Pantry, second and fourth Wednesdays from 4 to 5:30 p.m., St. Giles’ Episcopal Church, 72 Gardiner Road, Jefferson. For more information: 315-1134.
  • AREA FARMERS MARKETS, selling local and organic food and artisan items. Belfast on Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Waterfall Arts, alongside the Belfast Art Market. Belfast on Saturday: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 18 Spring Street. Camden on Saturday: 9 a.m. to noon at Tannery Park. Damariscotta on Friday: 9 a.m. to noon at Central Lincoln County YMCA. Rockland on Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Harbor Park. Union on Friday: 3 to 6 p.m. on Union Common. Kat Logan will be the featured musician at Union’s July 19 market.

FAIRS & SALES

SATURDAY, JULY 20:

  • Broad Cove Church Useful Clothing Sale, Pleasant Point Road, Cushing, from 7 to 10 a.m. Saturdays though September. A bag sale will be held August 10.
  • West Bay Rotary Indoor Yard Sale in Rockport, 8 a.m., Midcoast Recreation Center, 532 West Street. Proceeds benefit the Rotary’s End Polio Now campaign.
  • Searsmont Town Library Book and Bake Sale, at the Community Building, at Routes 131 and 173, from 9 a.m. to noon. With a bake sale, yard sale, silent auction, live music, and thousands of books in every genre.
  • Car Wash and Bake Sale at Key Bank, next to Camden’s Hannaford, Route 1, from 9 a.m. to nooon. The Midcoast Leos Club – a youth group sponsored by the Camden Lions Club – holds it to raise funds for two African students they support. Suggested donation of $10.
  • Giant Community Yard Sale at Midcoast Recreation Center, 535 West Street in Rockport, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. All proceeds go toward MRC’s youth programs, to keep costs as low as possible.

COMING UP:

  • 5th Annual Washington Community Auction, Saturday, July 27, at Washington Fire Station, 42 Old Union Road. Previews and the silent aucton open at 4 p.m. The live auction starts at 6 p.m. Auction items are on Facebook.

KIDS & PARENTS

THURSDAY, JULY 18:

  • Talk on Bali’s Green School, 6:30 p.m. at Belfast Free Library. Learn about the international high school’s conception, design and founding from Kyle King, a math teacher there and head of the school. Hosted by Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition.

FRIDAY, JULY 19:

  • Open House at Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, East Boothbay, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visitors of all ages can view microscopic plants and animals, deploy an underwater robot, and meet a few scientists. Free. Schedule: Bigelow.org/openhouse.

SATURDAY, JULY 20:

  • “Where in the World?” Family Day at Penosbscot Marine Museum, Searsport. Explore the “Where in the World?” exhibit with trivia questions, a scavenger hunt, speakers and more. Included with admission.

SUNDAY, JULY 21:

  • Red Jacket Youth Regatta in Rockland, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Apprenticeshop’s community sailing program hosts the regatta, named after the famously fast clipper ship built in Rockland. Racers will participate from local programs in Opti and 420-class boats. Everyone’s invited to come watch.
  • “Youth Creative Writing: Finding Your Deep Voice,” Sunday to Saturday, July 21 to 27, at Maine Media Workshops and College, Rockport. Instructor Kathrin Seitz will lead high-schoolers at all skill levels, with an emphasis on inquiry, and provide prompts and exercises that lead to a first draft of a story, poem or essay. $1,750 includes room and board.

MONDAY, JULY 22:

  • Free Sears Island Treasure Hunt, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Kids ages 6 to 12 are invited to collect items and arrange them to create tiny museums. Treasures cannot be taken home, but each collection will be photographed. Robin Huntley, founder of Dirigo Learning Community-Based Education, leads the fun. Registration required: FriendsOfSearsIsland.org.
  • “Vaudeville Revue Camp” for All Ages in Belfast, Monday to Friday, July 22 to 26, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., ending with a show on Friday night. Belfast Maskers, 7 Court Street, will lead kids in the creation of comedic skits, songs, dances and a ukulele band. Limited to 20. $175. FMI: info@BelfastMaskers.com.
  • “Vacation Adventure Camp: Life Lessons from Dr. Seuss,” Monday to Friday, July 22 to 26, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Belfast United Methodist Church, 23 Mill Lane. Light supper, games, crafts, storytelling and singing. More info: 338-5575.
  • Animal Week at Camp Forest in Brooks, Mondays to Fridays, through August 2, Kids ages 7 to 17 will learn to walk like a fox, see like an owl and hear like a deer as they make crafts, learn bird calls, take photos, make casts of tracks, and lots more. Details are at ExpandingOpportunities.org.
  • Summer Camp at The Morris Farm, Wiscasset, Mondays to Fridays, through August 16, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Kids ages 4 to 12 will learn about and care for animals, explore fields and forests, and gain skills in planting, cooking and fiber arts. Details: MorrisFarm.org, 882-4080.
  • “40 Days of Summer” at Thomaston Public Library, Mondays to Fridays, through August 16, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The free program, open to all kids who have completed kindergarten, offers lunch and snacks, plus indoor and outdoor games, reading, arts and crafts, visits by Chewonki, and lots more. Kids can attend as many days as they want. Registration isn’t required, but it speeds up check-in the first day a child attends: thomaston.lib.me.us.
  • Sprouts Camp at Central Lincoln County YMCA, Damariscotta, for kids in pre-K and kindergarten, weekly sessions Mondays to Fridays, through August 23, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Outdoor fun, arts and crafts, field trips, participation in the FARMS at the Y kitchen and garden. $225 ($185 for family-level members; $195 members) per week.
  • Watershed School Information Night at Belfast Free Library, 7 p.m. Prospective families, students and anyone interested in learning more about the independent high school in Camden is invited. The admissions team will be on hand to discuss the application and admissions process, and financial assistance and scholarships.

TUESDAY, JULY 23:

  • Tour of Beech Hill Preserve’s Blueberry Farm Operations, in Rockport, from 9 to 11 a.m. Kids are invited to try winnowing and raking and see what goes into the harvest. Registration: info@CoastalMountains.org.
  • Summer Reading Fun at Stockton Springs Community Library, Tuesdays in July from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Kids 3 to 12 are invited to enjoy stories, activities and a snack.
  • Sparks Ark at Thomaston Public Library, 11 a.m. to noon. The ark’s crew brings along live animals – past visitors have included a fennec fox, boa constrictor, owl, chinchilla, hedgehog and others. The ark arrives during the library’s free 40 Days of Summer series, but the program is open to all kids, not only those enrolled in the series. Kids under 6 or those not registered must be accompanied by an adult.
  • A Summer of Science at Vose Library in Union, for kids in grades four to seven. They’re invited to join 4-H leader Kathryn Jenkins from 11 a.m. to noon Tuesdays through August 13. They’ll use the Engineer Design Process to investigate the science of ocean water and face real-world challenges. Register for classes at the front desk or call the library at 785-4733.
  • “Dining with Seabirds” in Rockland, from 1 to 2 p.m. at Project Puffin Visitor Center, 311 Main Street. The free program will give kids a look at the fish species that are important to puffins and other seabirds and how these birds have adapted to become fishing experts. Call 596-5566 for reservations.
  • Darling Marine Center Open House, 193 Clarks Cove Road in Walpole, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Prospective students interested in marine science are invited to tour the UMaine facility and meet faculty and undergraduate students at the waterfront campus to talk about the School of Marine Sciences. Register at umaine.edu.
  • Free Children’s Drawing Classes at Rockland Public Library, 4 to 5 p.m. Tuesday. Catinka Knoth leads the Let’s Draw Together! series for kids 6-plus (under 11 with an adult – adults invited to join in). All materials provided. This month: “Let’s Draw Maine Memories!”
  • Little Dyer Adventure Club, for ages 8 to 11, at Hidden Valley Nature Center, Jefferson, Tuesday to Thursday, July 23 to 25. Details: MidcoastConservancy.org.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24:

  • “STEM Workshop: Space World” at Rockland Public Library, 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. Kids are invited to join Miss Katie and Ms. Jessie at activity stations to walk like an astronaut, search for moon rocks and create moon phases.

THURSDAY, JULY 25:

  • 3rd Annual Rockland Potterfest at Rockland Public Library, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Join Miss Katie to celebrate J. K. Rowling and Harrry Potter’s birthday with games, bubbles, water relay races and lessons in how to cast spells. Kids are welcome to dress in their muggle clothes or as a Harry Potter character. Rain moves it into the library. All ages are welcome.

COMING UP:

  • Free STEM Fun at Cushing Public Library, Fridays, July 26 and August 2 and 9, at 1:30 p.m. Using the Engineer Design Process, kids will act as pirates seeking hidden treasure while learning the science of ocean waters. University of Maine Cooperative Extension 4-H offers the free program and provides all materials. Register at the library’s front desk or call 354-8860.
  • “Art Start – Collaborative Parent and Child Class,” Saturday, July 27, from 9 to 10 a.m. at Sweet Tree Arts, 4 Church Street at Hope Corner. Guided activities with a variety of choices and sensory experiences, and a chance to play, create and get messy with your child. Suggested donation of $6 per family. Registration: SweetTreeArts.org.
  • “Preposterous! A Fun Family Pocket Circus Show,” Friday, July 27, at 6 p.m. at Camden Opera House. The show is performed by Happenstance Theater. Tickets are $10 adults, $5 ages 5 to 18, $1 under 5.

ONGOING:

  • Apprenticeshop Community Sailing, 655 Main Street, Rockland. Summer youth sailing runs 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. Ask about sibling and multiweek discounts and financial aid: Apprenticeshop.org or 594-1800.
  • Free Nature Play Group in Alna, Fridays, 9 to 11 a.m. at Juniper Hill School, 180 Golden Ridge Road. For babies to age 3. For info, call 586-5711.
  • Born to Play! Parent-Child Class at Belfast Dance Studio, up to age 3, with caregiver, Saturdays, 8:30-9 a.m. for non-walkers and 9:15-9:45 a.m. for walkers. $8. Drop-ins welcome.
  • Children’s Clothing Exchange in Warren, first Saturdays and every Thursday, 9 to 11 a.m. in the Old Brick School Community Center, behind Warren Baptist Church. Free clothes for kids. Clothing and monetary donations welcome. For info, call 273-2338.
  • Breastfeeding Support Group in Belfast, Mondays (call ahead if it falls on a holiday), 10 to 11 a.m., Waldo County General Hospital’s Women & Infants Unit. Siblings welcome. FMI: 505-4109.
  • Breastfeeding Support Group in Rockport, first and third Tuesdays, 5 to 6:30 p.m. in Pen Bay Medical Center’s Chapel Room. Drop-in meeting facilitated by a lactation consultant. FMI: 921-8345.
  • Mother’s Milk Support Group in Rockport, Tuesdays, 12:30 to 2 p.m. or 5 to 6:30 p.m. in Pen Bay Medical Center’s Chapel. Drop-in group open to families and moms-to-be. FMI: 921-8345.
  • Postpartum Support Group, first and third Thursdays in Rockport in Pen Bay Medical Center’s Cardiac Rehab Solarium and second and fourth Thursdays in Belfast in Waldo County General Hospital’s Biscone Building, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Drop-in meetings open to the family. FMI: 505-4140.
  • PUBLIC LIBRARY OFFERINGS, in the midcoast. Appleton Public Library: Story Time on Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. for kids of any age. Belfast Free Library: Story Time Tuesdays at 10 a.m. for babies to age 2. Story Time Fridays at 10 a.m. for ages 2-4. Siblings welcome. Camden Public Library: Story Hours at 10 a.m. – Mondays for preschoolers; Wednesdays for babies to age 2 and siblings; Thursdays for ages 4-5; Fridays for ages 2-3; Saturdays for preschoolers to early elementary. Carver Memorial Library, Searsport: Preschool Story Hour on Thursdays and Fridays at 10:30 a.m. Gibbs Library, Washington: Storytime Tuesdays at 10 a.m. Liberty Library: Story Time on Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Ages 3-5. Siblings welcome. Palermo Public Library: Toddler Time on Mondays at 10 a.m. Lego Club on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. Rockland Public Library: Rockin’ Storytime with Miss Katie on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. through September 3. Rockport Public Library: Story Time on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. Babies to age 5. Searsmont Town Library: Lego Club on Fridays at 3 p.m. Under 12 with adult. Skidompha Library, Damariscotta: Toddler Time on Tuesdays at 10 a.m. Book Babies on Wednesdays at 10 a.m. Ukulele Group on Fridays at 3:30 p.m. Thomaston Public Library: Family Story on Thursdays at 11 a.m. With crafts and snacks. Saturday Story and Activity Hour at 10 a.m. Waldoboro Public Library: Story Time on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. Warren Public Library: Arts and Crafts Club on Mondays at 6 p.m. Story Time Saturdays at 10 a.m.

MISCELLANEOUS

SATURDAY, JULY 20:

  • Midcoast Ostomy Group to Meet, 2 p.m. at Pen Bay Hospital Physicians Building, Conferece Room C. A discussion and examples of helpful ostomy items and new ideas in ostomy care will be presented. Meetings are held third Saturday of alternate months and include speakers and discussions. Anyone with an ostomy or who in interested in learning about ostomies is welcome. FMI: 785-4727 or WHandMH@tidewater.net.
  • Union Schools Homecoming, from 4 to 6 p.m. at Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery, Union. The free event is for all former students of Union High School or Old Yellow Elementary School. There will be a cash bar with wine, beer and soft drinks, and light appetizers with a donation basket. For more info, call 785-0040 and leave a message.
  • 20th Birthday Celebration for Knox County Health Clinic, 4 to 8:30 p.m. at MacDougal Park, 330 Broadway in Rockland. Dancing to the Hoodoo Man Band, lawn games for kids and adults, and food and drink from Hotdog Mafia, Baxter Brewery and Cellardoor Winery. There is no rain date, but there will be a tent. The nonprofit serves uninsured and underinsured in Knox County and border towns.

SUNDAY, JULY 21:

  • Regular Summer Services Resume at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church, 95 Court Street in Belfast, with Holy Eucharist at 8 and 10:15 a.m. led by the Rev. John Nieman. Coffee hour and a class discussion on principles and practices of the Episcopal Church will be held between services in the parish house. A service for healing with Holy Eucharist is held every Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.
  • Cross Dedication at St. George Episcopal Chapel at Long Cove, in Tenants Harbor, at the 10 a.m. service. A granite cross, designed and created by local artist Steve Lindsay, will be dedicated by the Rev. Ralph Moore, retired priest at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Rockland. It will be dedicated to the many peope in whose names donations were made to purchase it, including Margaret Neeson, who wrote the definitive history of the chapel in her 1974 book “On Solid Granite.”
  • The Hingham Singers to Perform at Broad Bay Congregational UCC, 941 Main Street in Waldoboro, at the 10 a.m. service. The Boston ensemble will perform several sacred a cappella and accompanied choral pieces.
  • Archaeology Field School, offered by Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust from Sunday to Friday, July 21 to 26. Historical archaeologist Tim Dinsmore will lead laypeople on a dig at the Elisha Hatch Homestead (1769–1803) in Newcastle. Participants will also visit Chapman-Hall House in Damariscotta and Native American Whaleback Shell Midden. Sessions are $400 ($375 Coastal Rivers members). Details: CoastalRivers.org.

TUESDAY, JULY 23:

  • Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce Networking Event, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Knotty Goat Soapery (formerly Gentle Meadow Goat Farm), 76 Clark Road in Winterport. BAY PRO networking events are held fourth Tuesdays of the month.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24:

  • Midcoast Chapter of the Maine Genealogical Society to Meet, 6:30 p.m. at Rockport Public Library. Jesse Casas will present “Identifying a Birth Parent Using Clues and DNA.”

THURSDAY, JULY 25:

  • Gentle Yoga and Live Cello, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at The Dancing Elephant, 14 School Street in Rockland. Rachel Nixon leads gentle yoga, meditation and relaxation accompanied by cello music performed by Robin Lane. Open to all by donation.

ONGOING:

  • Coastal Recovery Community Center, 24 Lincoln Street, Rockland: Friends & Family Together Thursdays at 4 p.m. Narcotics Anonymous Mondays at 6:30 p.m. Refuge Recovery Wednesdays at 6 p.m. SMART Recovery Fridays at 6 p.m.
  • Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDa), Tuesdays, 10 to 11:30 a.m., library of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Glidden Street in Newcastle. 563-6209.
  • Leer y Charlar Spanish-Language Discussion Group, second and fourth Tuesdays at 1 p.m. in Camden Library. Those proficient in Spanish are welcome.
  • Family Game Night at Appleton Library, second Thursdays, 6 to 8 p.m. If you have a fave board game, bring it.
  • Veterans’ Services in Rockland, fourth Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., URock. Get help with education benefits, home loans, acquiring military records.
  • Parkinson’s Support Group in Belfast, second Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m., Maine Home Health, 125 Northport Avenue. Drop-in group. 218-7256.
  • Meditation in Damariscotta, at Midcoast Yoga Shala, 49 Main Street, Mondays, 6 to 7 p.m. Donations taken.
  • Meditation in Rockland, Rockland Shambhala, 16 School Street, Sundays, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Donations taken.
  • Meditation & Mindfulness at The Start Center in Camden, 37 Start Road, Sundays, 9 to 10:30 a.m. Free. Beginners welcome.
  • Meditation at Meetingbrook Hermitage in Camden, 64 Barnestown Road, Sundays, 6 p.m.
  • Prostate Cancer Networking and Support Group, second Mondays, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Knox Center, 6 White Street, Rockland. FMI: 617-756-4703, charhuschle@gmail.com.
  • Grown Up Story Hour at Camden Public Library, Fridays, 11 a.m. New story every week, read by a rotating group of bookworms.
  • Overeaters Anonymous in Belfast, Fridays, noon to 1 p.m., First Baptist Church. Mondays, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Belfast Center. 382-6446.
  • Dementia Conversation Series, third Thursdays, 4 to 5:30 p.m., The Lincoln Home, 22 River Road, Newcastle. All friends and families of people with dementia welcome. Learn new ways to cope. 563-3350.
  • Belfast Sign Language Days, last Sundays monthly. Some knowledge of ASL encouraged. All welcome. FMI: Belfast Signing Days on Facebook.
  • Coffee & Chat at ElderCare Network of Lincoln County “Greens,” first Fridays, 9:30 to 11 a.m. All welcome at the Greens in Damariscotta, Round Pond, Boothbay, Wiscasset, Edgecomb, Jefferson and Waldoboro.
  • Wellness Checks, Mondays and Thursdays, 1 to 3 p.m., Camden District Nursing office at Quarry Hill. 921-6272.
  • Midcoast Bridge Club, Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m., American Legion, Rockland; Tuesdays, 6 p.m., St. John Baptist Episcopal Church, Thomaston. All welcome. 832-6855 or 236-8792.
  • NAMI Support Group, third Thursdays, 6 to 8 p.m., 6 Hodgdon Street, Damariscotta. 882-7426.
  • Silent Social Hour at Rockland Public Library, American Sign Language socials, second & fourth Tuesdays at 6 p.m. Jesse Ellis hosts the voices-off gatherings that will teach participants the basics or help them build their skills.
  • Total Victory Support Group, emotional/spiritual support group meets weekly in private homes in Lincoln County. No fees. 542-7397.
  • Rockland Taking Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) Group 172, Thursdays, 5:30 p.m., Stella Maris meeting room, Route 1 and Broadway, Rockland. Tops.org.
  • Food Addicts Anonymous, Saturdays, 8:30 to 10 a.m., Knox Center, 6 White Street, Rockland. 354-6749.
  • Penobscot Pet Pantry, first Thursdays, 1 to 3 p.m., P.A.W.S. Animal Adoption Center, 123 John St., Camden. 763-4291, ppetp@tidewater.net.
  • Women’s Cancer Support Group, third Tuesdays, 6 p.m., Picker Family Resource Center, 756 Commercial Street, Rockport. FMI: 921-3950, PickerCenter@PenBayHealthcare.org.
  • Men’s Cancer Support Group, second & fourth Mondays, 4:30 p.m., Cancer Care Center, Pen Bay Medical Center, Rockport. 596-8977.
  • Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, Thursdays, 7 to 9 p.m., First Unitarian Church, Rockland. 691-3599.
  • King’s Closet Free Clothing, Saturdays, 9 to 11 a.m., Grace Bible Fellowship, Sherers Lane, Rockland. 596-7117.
  • Belfast Area Citizens Climate Lobby, first Thursdays, 6 to 8 p.m., Belfast Free Library’s Abbott Room. 338-6886.
  • Alzheimer’s Support Groups, first Tuesdays, 6 to 7 p.m., Anderson Inn’s Media Room, Quarry Hill, Camden; third Tuesdays, 3 to 4 p.m., Knox Center, 6 White Street in Rockland. 921-6237.
  • Knox County Democrats, second Tuesdays, 6 p.m., Stella Maris House, Broadway, Rockland. KnoxMaineDemocrats.org.
  • Knox County Republicans, second Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m., Trade Winds, fifth floor, 2 Park Drive, Rockland. GOPKnoxCounty.com.
  • Rockland Elks Lodge Bingo, Wednesdays, doors open at 3:30 p.m.; bingo 6:30 p.m. Open to the public.
  • Midcoast Stroke Support Group, first Wednesdays, 10 a.m., Camden Public Library.
  • Bereavement Support Group, first Wednesdays, 3 to 4:30 p.m. at Picker Family Resource Center, 756 Commercial Street, Rockport. For anyone coping with loss of a loved one. 230-0042.
  • “A Course in Miracles” in Rockland, last Wednesdays, 6 to 8 p.m. Metaphysical, psychological, spiritual studies. Free. Location: ananur@twc.com.
  • Lung Health Support Group, last Tuesdays, noon to 1 p.m., Pen Bay Medical Center’s Pulmonary Rehab Room, Rockport. 921-8880.
  • Waldoboro Clothes Closet, gently used clothing for adults, every Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and first and third Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the closet in the lot on Main Street next to Masonic Hall.
  • Drug Drop-Off, Knox County Sheriff’s Office, 301 Park St., Rockland. Use green box in lobby. 594-0429 x702.
  • Old Coots Giving Advice at Liberty Library, 59 Main Street, 10 a.m. to noon Saturdays all summer. Get a donut and some free advice.
  • Waldo County Beekeepers, first Thursdays, 6:30 p.m., Searsmont Community Center. 233-8257.
  • Language Tables at Belfast Co-op Cafe, every Tuesday. Italian and Spanish at 10 a.m. French at 11 a.m. German at noon. All levels.
  • Memory Café in Stockton Springs, third Mondays, 10 to 11:30 a.m., The Good Kettle, 247 Route 1. For caregivers and those with mild cognitive impairment or early Alzheimer’s. 620-1656.
  • Wellness Wednesdays, every Wednesday, 4:15 to 5:30 p.m., Bok Medical Building, 22 White Street. Reiki, chair massage, ear acupuncture and more. All welcome. 921-6993.
  • Genealogy Club, first Tuesdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., Stockton Springs Library.
  • Family Caregiver Support Group in Belfast, first Thursdays, noon to 1 p.m., Home Health, 125 Northport Avenue. 930-2500. In Damariscotta: second Thursdays, 1 p.m., Spectrum Generations at the YMCA. 563-1363. In Camden: fourth Thursdays, 1 p.m., Spectrum Generations, 87 Elm Street.
  • C.A.R.E.S. Meetings for Foster/Adoptive/Kinship Families, meet evenings in Rockland: first Wednesdays at Grace Bible Fellowship, 30 Sherer Lane. Belfast: second Mondays at Christ the King Church, 9 Field St. Damariscotta: first Thursdays at Lincoln County Assembly of God Church. Childcare available. RSVP required: 800-833-9786, sheila@affm.net.