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Monday, January 21, 2019
  • People United Against Racism (PUAR) and Lincoln Academy will host several events, all free and open to the public, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The events are intended to facilitate conversations around how to work toward . . .
  • The 30th annual Martin Luther King candlelight walk and community gathering in Belfast will be held on Monday, January 21. The candlelight walk will start at the Belfast Post Office at 4:30 p.m. and proceed to the First Church on . . .
  • Jackson Memorial Library in Tenants Harbor will host its second annual Jigsaw Puzzle Swap on Saturday, January 26, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Puzzle donations (new or used) may be brought to the library before or on that . . .
  • The annual Robert Burns Night is set for Saturday, January 26, at United Farmers Market of Maine, 18 Spring Street in Belfast. The celebration of the 259th birthday of Scotland’s most beloved storyteller, poet and lyricist starts . . .
  • Registration Under Way for 2019 Toboggan Nationals
    Toboggan team registration is under way for the 29th running of the U.S. National Toboggan Championships, Friday, February 8, through Sunday, February 10, at the Camden Snow Bowl. Four hundred teams of winter fanatics . . .
  • The Edgecomb Community Church will be holding a fundraising sub sale on Superbowl Sunday, February 3. Church members will be taking orders for either white or wheat 8-inch subs, with a choice of either ham or vegetables . . .
  • Waterfall Arts to Seek New Director
    Waterfall Arts Executive Director Martha Piscuskas, a co-founder of the community arts organization, is stepping down from her position for personal reasons effective in February.
  • Silent (American Sign Language) Social Hour, which takes place at Rockland Public Library, hosted and facilitated by Jesse Ellis, has changed its meeting day and time to the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of the month . . .
  • “Living in China: An Architectural Perspective” at Cushing Library
    Camden Conference will present “Living in China: An Architectural Perspective,” a talk by J. Brooke Harrington and Judith Bing, at the Cushing Public Library on Sunday, January 20, at 2 p.m.
  • Annual Haiti Benefit Dinner at St. Patrick’s
    “Hearts and Hands for Haiti,” the eighth annual Haiti benefit dinner hosted by Lincoln County Ecumenical Committee for Haiti, will be held Friday, March 1, at 5 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Church in Damariscotta Mills. Committee co-chair . . . 
  • Thomaston Historical Society Honors Town Manager Valmore  Blastow, Jr.
    Thomaston Historical Society recently honored Valmore Blastow, Jr. “for his tireless dedication and selfless loyalty to Thomaston.” Blastow, now in his 28th year as town manager of Thomaston, was presented with a certificate of . . .
  • Last Chance to Save Camden Landmark, and Save Lives —
    As of Wednesday, January 2, 2019, the home at 63 Washington Street, a very precious and historic house in Camden that served the needs of women in our community for 120 years, may cease its tradition of service to the community. . . .
  • Free Maine Lighthouse License Plates Offered —
    Maine Lighthouse Trust is giving away what it hopes will be Maine’s first lighthouse specialty license plate. Visitors to www.MaineLighthouseTrust.org will have the cost of their specialty license plate pre-paid by donors to the trust. . . .
  • Gingerbread Man Puts the Final Touches on the Opera House Tree —
    The Ginger- bread Man is helping to deck the halls this year at the Opera House in Boothbay Harbor in preparation for the Dough Ball on Friday, December 14, and the Great Gingerbread Spectacular on Saturday and Sunday . . .
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Rockland will have a candlelight service with the choir and a sermon on Christmas eve, Monday, December 24, at 8 p.m. On Christmas Day, Tuesday, December 25, there will be an Eucharist for the . . .
  • Lincolnville Community Library’s annual Holiday Show will be presented Wednesday, December 19, at 7 p.m. at the library, on Main Street in Lincolnville Center. This year’s show will feature local storytellers from around the community . . .
  • Waldoborough Historical Society’s 2019–20 Waldoboro ships calendar is on sale for $10 at Barstow Farms at its Cider Hill site as well as at Community Pharmacy of Waldoboro. Also, the historical society’s history-buff gift package . . .
  • Owls Head Transportation Museum will open an exhibit on Saturday, December 1, at 10 a.m. titled “The Great War.” When the first World War broke out in July of 1914, the entire world expected it to end within a matter of months. . . .
  • Registration for 2019 Camden Conference Opens November 26
    The 32nd annual Camden Conference, “Is This China’s Century?” will take place at the Camden Opera House — with streaming to the Strand Theatre in Rockland, the Hutchinson Center in Belfast, and USM in Portland — from Friday through . . .
  • Midcoast Humane Takes Adoption on the Road —
    Midcoast Humane, with campuses in Brunswick and Edgecomb, will expand its adoption program by taking its adoptable animals to adoption events at locations hosted by area businesses. The shelter is scheduling adoption events . . .
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