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Friday, June 5, 2020
  • ‘Lobster Lady’ to Celebrate 100 Years
    Rockland Historical Society will bring its June program — the documentary film “The Lobster Lady” — online this year. “The Lobster Lady” is based on the career of Virginia Oliver, who started lobstering with her older ...
  • Sue Campbell Receives Human and Civil Rights Award —
    Sue Campbell, deputy director of the Rockland-based, statewide LGBTQ+ youth organization OUT Maine, has been awarded the 2020 Human and Civil Rights Award by the Maine Education Association. The award recognizes ...
  • The Mid-Coast Recovery Coalition will dedicate the Ryan Gamage Stairway to Recovery at The Friends House, 22 Brewster Street, Rockland, on Saturday, June 6, at 11 a.m. Ryan Gamage helped open The Friends House ...
  • Registration for Pen Bay Soccer Club’s fall season is now open. The U.S. Youth Soccer Association/Soccer Maine league is for players in the midcoast who wish to travel within the state each weekend for games with other ...
  • Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap and the Maine State Archives have launched the New Century Community Grant Program for the preservation of archival collections. The program will provide resources for collecting institutions ...
  • Rockland Public Library will present the second installment of their trivia night, “How Maine Are You?,” on Tuesday, June 9, at 6:30 p.m. on the Zoom platform, in commemoration of Maine’s bicentennial. Hosted by librarians Shane Billings ...
  • Skidompha Library in Damariscotta suggests some resources for patrons (and others) during the library’s temporary closure. The popular Chats with Champions will not be held this summer; however, previously recorded ...
  • The Diocese of Portland is now allowing Maine Catholic churches to hold public Masses with restrictions and safeguards in place. All public Masses were temporarily suspended on March 18 due to the outbreak of COVID-19....
  • The Old Professor’s Bookshop in Belfast is resuming its monthly Shop Talks via the Zoom internet platform. David Edelman, visiting scholar at Dartmouth College, will discuss animal consciousness and octopus vision on Saturday ...
  • Several annual Boothbay Harbor–area events have been canceled for this year, and some venues will not open this summer. They include: Harbor Fest, originally scheduled to take place in September; Windjammer Days, set for June 21 ...
  • The Thomaston Fourth of July committee is offering a “pandemic-friendly” contest to commemorate Independence Day 2020, in lieu of the town’s traditional road race, parade, fireworks and other festivities. Residents are ...
  • PAWS Animal Adoption Center will hold the third annual Paces for PAWS: Going the Social Distance 5K and Walk-a-Thon Sunday, June 14, through Saturday, June 20. All proceeds will benefit the organization’s initiative to provide ...
  • Boothbay Region YMCA expects that its Camp Knickerbocker will open on June 15, based on Gov. Janet Mills’ staged approach to reopening the state. The plan is subject to change. While awaiting specific operating guidelines ...
  • Full Plates Full Potential, a Maine-based nonprofit working to end child hunger, has awarded RSU 3 with a $500 Summer Meals Program Grant to support their 2020 summer program. The school district, based in Unity and serving ...
  • The Maine Federation of Farmers’ Markets reports that farmers’ markets are adjusting their physical layouts, locations, market rules, sanitation measures and social norms to keep the public and vendors safe. More than 120 summer farmers’ ...
  • The third season of the RunBelfast race series has undergone a creative update to allow for social distancing. From June through October, five virtual fundraising races with a variety of distance options will be offered. Participants ...
  • Owls Head Transportation Museum has canceled all upcoming events through Saturday, August 8, in accordance with Maine’s reopening plan and public-health guidelines. Cancellations include: OHTM Auto Tour, May 30; Spring Fling ...
  • The Union Historical Society will not take part in or sponsor any Founder’s Day activities. Sarah Drickey, society president, is working on a virtual tour of Union businesses through the past 200 years to appear in July at unionhistoricalsociety.org ...
  • Out Maine will offer a new schedule of weekly online activities beginning on Tuesday, May 26. Offered will be ...
  • The Knox County Emergency Management Agency has launched a community resource page of interactive maps and associated information links to help residents navigate business and services openings as Knox County ...
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