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Thursday, September 19, 2019
  • The Maine State Museum in Augusta will open its doors free of charge to all Museum Day ticketholders on Saturday, September 21, as part of Smithsonian magazine’s 15th annual Museum Day, a national celebration of ...
  • “The Khashoggi Story” at Waterfall Arts in Belfast —
    Artist-curator Kenny Cole of Monroe and Sudanese activist El Fadel Arbab, who lives in Portland, will present a conversation in response to Cole’s interactive installation piece “The Khashoggi Story” in the Clifford Gallery at ...
  • The Rockland Comprehensive Planning Commission will host a community meeting Saturday, September 21, at 9 a.m. at the Flanagan Community Center, 61 Limerock Street.
  • A series of Make Shift Coffee Houses — gatherings of people across the political spectrum to understand each other’s views in public discourse — will be held this fall in Belfast, Searsmont and Searsport, and organizers are asking those interested to participate in a survey to prepare for the meetings.
  • Talk on Race and Mass Incarceration in America —
    Leroy M. Rowe, Ph.D., will discuss race and mass incarcera- tion in America at Rockland Public Library on Thursday, September 19, at 6:30 p.m. Rowe will examine cultural, political and institutional dynamics that produced and ...
  • Lincoln County Historical Association and Old Fort Western will kick off Maine’s bicentennial celebrations with a lecture series in three parts. The first includes six talks in September and October that will provide insights to ...
  • Lincoln County Democrats Meeting Will Feature Seth Berry —
    Lincoln County Democratic Committee (LCDC) will meet on Thursday, September 19, at 6:30 p.m. in the community room at the Newcastle fire station, 86 River Road. Details of a proposal to create a new consumer-owned utility to ...
  • This October, Mainers can dispose of unusable and waste pesticides through a project sponsored by the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry’s (DACF) Board of Pesticides Control (BPC) and the Maine ...
  • Knox County residents are invited to attend three information sessions in September to learn more about an emergency winter shelter pilot program that hopes to assist people experiencing homelessness by providing a safe ...
  • The Maine Arts Commission is commemorating the 200th anniversary of Maine statehood by administering $375,000 in grant funding on behalf of the Bicentennial Commission for community events and projects through the year 2020....
  • The Town of Liberty has launched Rapid Renewal, the state’s online service for renewing motor vehicle registrations. Through Rapid Renewal, citizens can quickly and easily renew their vehicle registrations and pay their municipal ...
  • Maine Commission for Community Service is seeking nominations for all categories of the annual Governor’s Service Awards to celebrate and honor the work and leadership of Maine volunteers of all ages. Awards for outstanding individual ...
  • Greg Kearney, August 22
    (Cartoon by Greg Kearney)
  • Greg Kearney, August 22
    (Cartoon by Greg Kearney)
  • I spend most of my time in Knox County, but since my votes in the Senate affect the entire state, I also like to get out and see other parts of Maine. This month, I got up to Allagash to check out Sen. Troy Jackson’s neck of the woods....
  • Greg Kearney
    (Cartoon by Greg Kearney)
  • A new midcoast group, Climate Matters Maine, which is affiliated with the midcoast branch of Southern Maine Democratic Socialists of America, will hold the first in a series of free events on the climate crisis — a slide presentation and ...
  • Rockland officials and ecomaine, the member-owned, nonprofit recycling and waste-to-energy operation that serves the city, are touting residents’ enthusiasm and aptitude for recycling after the citywide launch of single-sort recycling ...
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