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Tuesday, January 26, 2021
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Carver Memorial Library in Searsport has developed a color-coded service-level plan during the pandemic. Each color represents a level of service, ranging from fully open, to partial restrictions, to curbside-only, to closed....
  • New Ventures Maine has created a series of 10 free online workshops to help entrepreneurs understand and manage what is involved in starting and growing a small business. The series is intended for individuals exploring new business ...
  • Waldo County Bounty, a hunger-relief campaign, has achieved its goal of raising $100,000. Launched in May, WCB raised funds by reaching out to individual donors and businesses, as well as applying for grants.
  • The Maine Court Appointed Special Advocates program will hold a free online training for volunteer advocates March 23–26. Participants will learn about all aspects of child advocacy to prepare for certification as volunteer guardians ad litem in Maine district courts.
  • Camden Public Library will host Jesse Lucas of New Hope for Women in an online program called “Domestic Violence 101” on Thursday, January 28, at 6 p.m. Lucas will provide an overview of the trauma caused by domestic ...
  • Riordan to Speak About Maine History
    Rockland Public Library will host a free talk by historian Liam Riordan on Thursday, January 28, at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom. Riordan’s illustrated presentation will look at the statehood process in Maine that culminated in 1820 with ...
  • All-Together Paper Quilt Project
    Rockland Public Library is holding a community quilt project through Saturday, February 13, inspired by the picture book “The All-Together Quilt” by Lizzy Rockwell. Those who would like to participate may pick up supplies at ...
  • The South Thomaston Lions Club is holding a Souper Bowl food drive, one of many being held by Lions clubs across Maine. The group will be accepting packaged soups and other nonperishable items through January 26....
  • Captains’ Quarters Online Conversation
    The Sail, Power, and Steam Museum in Rockland continues its online conversation series, called Captains’ Quarters, on Tuesday, January 26, at 6:30 p.m. on the Zoom platform. Captain Jim Sharp will talk with Captains Alan Talbot ...
  • The Rotary Club of Damariscotta-Newcastle recently received a Rotary COVID-19 Feeding Our Community grant in support of the Lincoln County Food Initiative hotline. LCFI is a multi-organization collaboration that evolved in response ...
  • Jackson Memorial Library in Tenants Harbor will celebrate National Puzzle Day, Friday, January 29, with a puzzle swap from 1 to 5 p.m. Donated puzzles must be delivered to the library no later than Friday, January 22; puzzles ...
  • Citing safety and uncertainty during the ongoing pandemic, the nonprofit Bicycle Coalition of Maine has canceled BikeMaine 2021. Originally scheduled to take place September 11–18, the annual weeklong cycling event had ...
  • Jackson Memorial Library in Tenants Harbor has used funds received earlier this year from the Maine State Library to erect a greenhouse in support of the Library Kitchen Project. The project aims to connect the community through ...
  • Eighty-five families of asylum seekers from Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo have arrived in southern Maine since the pandemic began and are now coping with their first Maine winter. Of the 296 ...
  • Full Plates Full Potential, the Maine-based nonprofit working to end child hunger statewide, recently launched a Winter School Meals Fund. Grants will focus on increasing access to school meals for children during the COVID-19 ...
  • YMCA Offers Membership Bonus as Part of Winter Clothes Drive —
    Penobscot Bay YMCA and its Rockland Harbor branch are holding a membership drive to benefit children who need coats at the Knox County Homeless Coalition. With a donation of youth-sized winter jackets, boots, snow pants ...
  • Carver Memorial Library in Searsport has several events planned in the coming weeks. Winter Wellness Bingo will be offered through the end of February. Participants download a bingo sheet filled with self-care activities ...
  • Camden residents age 60 and over who have resided in Camden for five or more years are invited to apply for financial assistance from the Shadie-Niles Charitable Trust, which was established by longtime town employee ...
  • The Camden Rotary Club invites nonprofit organizations in Knox County and Lincolnville to apply for grants until February 27. This year’s grants will focus on organizations that address basic human needs. Eight grants will ...
  • West Bay Rotary Donates Raffle Proceeds to Three Nonprofits
    West Bay Rotary recently presented $2,000 checks — proceeds from raffle ticket sales — to representatives of Camden Area Christian Food Pantry, One Less Worry and the Shields Mission Project. Leni Gronros won the raffle prize ...
  • Greeting an Auspicious New Year, from 1854
    Louise Miller, education director of the Lincoln County Historical Association, shared reflections on the new year of 1854 by Dresden resident Sarah Prescott in a recent news release. Prescott, known to her family as Sallie, was ...
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