Community events, Nov. 1 to Nov. 8 – Knox County VillageSoup

Community events, Nov. 1 to Nov. 8 – Knox County VillageSoup


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-Coastal Rivers On-line Program with Writer Tom Wessels, 4 to five p.m. Utilizing images submitted by individuals, Wessels will interpret the historical past of the woodlands, observing how they’ve been impacted by human actions equivalent to agriculture or logging or by pure disruptions equivalent to storm occasions or hearth. He can also level out distinctive plant diversifications and attention-grabbing interrelationships amongst woodland species noticed within the images. This system is freed from cost. Registration is required at Following registration, individuals will obtain an electronic mail with directions on submit images and a hyperlink to hitch this system on-line. Wessels is professor emeritus at Antioch College, the place he based the grasp’s diploma program in conservation biology. As a terrestrial ecologist, he has labored in forest, desert, Arctic, and alpine ecosystems. He’s the writer of quite a few books, together with his newest, New England’s Roadside Ecology: Discover 30 of the Area’s Distinctive Pure Areas.

-Mending Issues Workshop, 6:30 p.m. at Appleton Library, 2916 Sennebec Street, in its Tuesday Speak sequence. This hands-on–fashion workshop shall be based mostly on the matters, tasks and methods mentioned in Katrina Rodabaugh’s guide Mending Issues. Native craftswomen Tina Casteris and Jackie Dunham will lead the dialogue and exhibit methods that you would be able to flip previous garments into useful vogue. Deliver your drained pair of denims, holey sweater or ripped skirt and discover ways to maintain articles of clothes out of the landfill and put again into your wardrobe.

-Thomaston Patriots – Some Particular Tales Earlier than Veterans Day, 7 p.m. within the corridor on the decrease stage of the Federated Church, 8 Hyler Avenue, Thomaston. Hear the tales of a number of Thomaston fallen patriots and veterans from 5 completely different wars: Civil Warfare (5 Fales brothers), World Warfare I (Walter Hastings), World Warfare II (David Wotton), Korea (Doug Miller) and Vietnam (Richard Moore). This presentation is in honor of the upcoming Veterans Day. The tales shall be informed by Susan Devlin, president of the Thomaston Historic Society, who began this system of interviewing and profiling veterans a number of years in the past, and Sandy Moore, member of the Thomaston Choose Board and who initiated the Thomaston Veteran Receptions in 2018.


-The Developments and Outlooks for Maine’s Workforce and Financial system, 6:30 p.m. The Camden Convention and Rockland Public Library host Maine State Economist Amanda Rector, who will talk about tendencies in Maine’s demographics, workforce, and financial situations. Matters will vary from migration and housing to labor pressure participation and impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic. Maine is affected by nationwide components like inflation in addition to international components like provide chains and vitality costs; how will these affect Maine’s financial outlook? E-mail [email protected] for registration data. For data on the thirty sixth annual Camden Convention — International Commerce and Politics: Managing Turbulence — February 17–19, go to


-Rhapsody in Black at Camden Opera Home, 7:30 p.m. The one-man present written and carried out by LeLand Gantt (developed at NYC’s Actors Studio by Estelle Parsons) explores Gantt’s private journey as a solution to begin a dialog about racism in America. Tickets — $18 upfront, $22 day-of-show for adults; $12 beneath age 18 — by way of


-Belfast Curling Membership to Host Scottish Ladies’s Tour, with viewing of the video games open to the general public from 9 a.m. to five p.m. Twenty girls from the Royal Caledonian Curling Membership Women Department will play. With over 10,000 members in round 550 golf equipment, it is likely one of the largest governing our bodies of sport in Scotland. The Scots will tour and compete in opposition to quite a few U.S. groups. Belfast Curling Membership is one in all solely 14 golf equipment in america, and the state of Maine’s solely membership, chosen to host these Scottish rivals. Groups from the BCC, in addition to curlers from a wide range of different states, will compete with the Scots throughout this worldwide friendship tour. Curlers shall be escorted onto the ice at 9 a.m. by members of Portland’s bagpipe band, the Dunlap Highland Band, to start out the competitors. Group play begins at 9 a.m. A second draw begins at 2 p.m.


-Christy Gardner, Founder and President of Mission Working Canine, offers a Zoom presentation on her group’s work coaching purpose-bred canine to help people with disabilities to dwell a extra impartial life, on the Cushing Public Library starting at 6:30 p.m. Serving as a sergeant in america Army Police, Gardner survived an damage in 2006 and in 2010 obtained Moxie, her golden retriever service canine. The 2 are inseparable, and Moxie has accompanied Gardner on competitions with Group USA Ladies’s Para Ice Hockey Group and the USA Para Browsing Group. She is a famous coach, licensed for service and remedy canine. For additional data and to register, cellphone Wendy Roberts, 691-0833, or electronic mail [email protected]

-Museum Speak to Spotlight Pilots of the Penobscot, 6:30 p.m. The Sail, Energy, and Steam Museum of Rockland will as soon as once more host its on-line lecture sequence, Captains’ Quarters, at 6:30 p.m. Registration is required and accessible on the museum’s web site, Attendance is free. You’ll have seen dramatic images of seafaring pilots being hauled up the facet of tankers and cargo ships as they navigate tall seas and frigid climate. Accessible 24/7/365 (climate allowing), they’re chargeable for guiding these ships safely by means of the waters of Penobscot Bay and Penobscot River. As soon as their cargo is unloaded, they as soon as once more assist them safely navigate till they’re away from state waters. Over 200 business deep-draft vessels, together with tankers, freighters, and tug and barge combos name upon the ports of Searsport, Bucksport, Rockland, Brewer, and Bangor annually. It may be a treacherous job, even on calm summer time days, with a various vary of mariners crisscrossing their route, many from out of state and unfamiliar with native waters. Sailboats, energy boats, lobster boats, and even kayaks should be contended with when guiding massive vessels up the bay. Museum cofounder Capt. Jim Sharp shall be joined by Captains David Gelinas and Prentice and Skip Sturdy of Southwest Harbor, David Smith of Ellsworth, and Adam Philbrook of Owls Head as they share tales and images that element their work out on the bay.


-COVID-19 Prevention and Therapy Updates: A Presentation and Q&A with Pen Bay Pharmacists, 6 p.m. at Rockland Public Library, 80 Union Avenue. This occasion is free and open to all. Matters will embody testing, new bivalent vaccines, dwelling therapy, and at the moment really useful remedies for people who find themselves at excessive danger for extreme infections. This program shall be offered by Chandler Blodgett, PharmD, supervisor at Pen Bay Outpatient Pharmacy, and Melissa Carr, RPh, BCACP, main care pharmacist at Pen Bay Inside Drugs. This occasion will happen within the library’s Neighborhood Room. For extra data, electronic mail [email protected]


-Managing Continual Again Ache, Wednesday, November 9, at 6:30 p.m. at Rockport Public Library. Bodily therapists Dr. Kathryn Snow, DPT, CLT, and Christina Kelly lead a dialogue that may embody the essential anatomy of the lumbar backbone and pelvis; the supporting musculature and nerves; and customary diagnoses and signs. This system shall be held in-person within the library’s Neighborhood Room. Attendees will find out how again points could cause ache, have an effect on posture, and influence each day actions. Snow and Kelly will discover present science associated to power ache and describe how train and exercise modification can play a big position in reducing ache and enhancing total each day features. An issue-and-answer session will comply with the presentation. For extra details about this program and different upcoming applications from the Rockport Public Library, go to

-Maine on the American Airwaves, College of Maine Affiliate Professor Michael Socolow will clarify the outsized position Maine performed in nationwide radio within the Nineteen Twenties and ’30s at Union Historic Society’s Wednesday, November 9, program. Socolow is a media historian, a former broadcast journalist and project editor for the Cable Information Community. His presentation shall be preceded by a really temporary election of officers and administrators of the historic society for 2023. The assembly and program start at 7 p.m. within the Outdated City Home on City Home Street in Union.

-“Seeing Grief as Love” with Ivan Maisel, Thursday, November 10, at 6:30 p.m. at Rockland Public Library. This occasion is free and open to all. Maisel will provide a presentation on his private journey studying to hold grief. His 2021 memoir I Maintain Attempting to Catch His Eye displays on the suicide of his son Max and explores with grace the fact of shedding a baby. Maisel may also look at how we talk about psychological well being and methods to take away stigma and enhance psychological well being assets. Maisel is a sportswriter who has coated school soccer for practically 4 many years. He has been honored eight instances for Finest Story by the Soccer Writers Affiliation of America and twice by The Related Press Sports activities Editors, which in 2019 named him one of many 10 finest sports activities columnists. Maisel earned a bachelor’s diploma in American Research from Stanford College. This occasion will happen within the Neighborhood Room and shall be concurrently livestreamed over Zoom. For extra data or for Zoom hyperlinks, electronic mail [email protected] by 4 p.m. on November 10.



-Verdi’s La Traviata Simulcast at Strand Theatre, the 2022-23 season of Metropolitan Opera simulcasts from New York Metropolis continues at 1 p.m. An encore shall be offered on Tuesday, November 15, at 1 p.m. Soprano Nadine Sierra stars because the self-sacrificing courtesan Violetta, one in all opera’s final heroines, in Michael Mayer’s vibrant manufacturing of Verdi’s beloved tragedy. Tenor Stephen Costello is her self-centered lover Alfredo, alongside baritone Luca Salsi as his disapproving father, with Maestro Daniele Callegari on the rostrum. Estimated working time is 3 hours quarter-hour, together with two intermissions. Tickets will be bought on-line at; by calling the field workplace at 594-0070; or on the walk-up field workplace when the theater is open for scheduled exhibits, in addition to one hour prior to every opera showtime. Ticket costs for the dwell broadcasts are $27/adults, $25/Strand members, and $15/college students, together with school college students with ID. Tickets for encore shows are $23/adults, $15/Strand members, and $5/college students, together with school college students with ID. 100 tickets can be found for every present and shall be bought as reserved seats. The Strand Theatre is positioned at 345 Important Avenue, Rockland.


-Gospel Duet A New Starting in Live performance, 6 p.m. on the North Waldoboro Church of the Nazarene.


-Open Mic at Belfast Maskers Playhouse, 17 Court docket Avenue in Belfast, Wednesday, November 9, from 7 to 9:30 p.m., for singers and performers, seasoned and newbies, and listeners, onlookers and watchers. Performers are welcome to follow new or previous materials earlier than a dwell viewers with skilled musicians Lincoln Blake on piano and Dave Clarke on guitar. Deliver music charts or lead sheets in your key or browse their assets. Blake shall be accessible for singer follow at 6:30 p.m. Instrumentalists and story performers are welcome. There shall be a sign-up sheet on the door for all performers. All attendees pay $10 on the door. Refreshments shall be served. Any questions, contact Kathleen at [email protected] This would be the final open mic for the season.

-Louisa Stancioff at The Underground Lounge, within the basement of the Belfast Maskers Theatre at 17 Court docket Avenue, Belfast, Thursday, November 10. Doorways open at 6:30, present begins at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10, money solely, on the door. Stancioff is backed by her bandmates Dave and Dan Kelly. Down East journal known as her voice “hypnotic,” naming her one in all 4 Maine artists to look at. Stancioff will share the invoice with New York songwriter Glenn Echo. Stancioff’s band will again Echo and vice versa.

-Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey with Derico Watson — Bass Extremes, Thursday, November 10, at 8 p.m. on the Waldo Theatre in Waldoboro, in partnership with Midcoast Music Academy. Wooten is a five-time Grammy Award winner and a founding member of the supergroup Béla Fleck and the Flecktones. He has been known as probably the most influential bassist of the final twenty years and was listed as one of many High Ten Bassists of All Time by Rolling Stone journal. Bailey is a pioneer of the six-string fretless bass whose methods are studied all over the world. He has performed and recorded with Dizzy Gillespie, The Rippingtons, Jethro Tull, Paquito D’Rivera, Larry Carlton, and Willie Nelson. Collectively, they shaped Bass Extremes in 1992, releasing their self-titled debut, which stays one of many high promoting musical/educational bass merchandise of all time. Midcoast Music Academy will sponsor a grasp class taught by Wooten and Baily the identical day at 4:30 p.m. Advance registration is required and is free; go to for extra data. Tickets for the live performance are $45 upfront and $50 day of the present. For extra data go to

-Tannahill Weavers at Camden Opera Home, Friday, November 11, at 7:30 p.m. The Edinburgh band brings a various repertoire spanning the centuries, with fire-driven instrumentals, topical songs, and unique ballads and lullabies. Tickets are $20 upfront/$25 day-of-show. And coming Saturday, November 19, at 7:30 p.m., Oshima Brothers. Sean and Jamie carry out, with Maine musician Lulu Moss opening. Tickets are $20 upfront/$25 day-of-show. Tickets by way of or 236-3154.



-Jack Absolute Flies Once more, within the Strand Theatre’s sequence of captured-live high-definition broadcasts from London’s Nationwide Theatre, Thursday, November 10, with showtimes at 2 p.m. and seven p.m. This new comedy by Richard Bean (One Man, Two Guvnors) and Oliver Chris (Twelfth Night time) includes a forged together with Caroline Quentin, Laurie Davidson, Natalie Simpson and Kelvin Fletcher. After an aerial canine battle, Pilot Officer Jack Absolute flies dwelling to win the guts of his previous flame, Lydia Languish. Again on British soil, Jack’s advances quickly flip to anarchy when the younger heiress calls for to be liked on her personal, very specific, phrases. Resulting from language, Jack Absolute Flies Once more has a BBFC score of 15 (equal to R). Working time is 2 hours half-hour, together with one intermission. Tickets: $15/basic admission, $13/Strand members. To purchase tickets, or for extra data, go to or name 594-0070, ext. 3. The Strand Theatre is positioned at 345 Important Avenue, Rockland.


-River Arts Name to Artists for Celebration 2022, a year-end present that may fill each room of the gallery. All unique fantastic artwork and fantastic craft together with portray, drawing, printmaking, images, sculpture, ceramics, jewellery, fiber, multimedia, pastel, glass, wooden, collage and extra shall be accepted for this vacation exhibition. All artists are invited to take part on this non-juried present. That is an open name and not using a pre-determined theme. Works could also be delivered from November 1 till the deadline on November 19 at 4 p.m. Public artists’ reception shall be Saturday, November 26, from 2 to 4 p.m. The present will run November 22–December 30. River Arts is positioned at 36 Elm Avenue in Damariscotta. For extra data, name River Arts at 563-6868 or electronic mail [email protected]


-On-line Watercolor Course: Autumn in New England, with artist Erica Qualey, Tuesdays, November 1 to 22, from 3 to five p.m. on Zoom. Be taught to create distinguishing tree shapes and pure and organic-looking canopies as you seize the luminous colours of fall. Particulars:


-Rustic Wreath Making at Carver Memorial Library, Searsport, 3 p.m. Make a country wreath out of cloth scraps, birch bark, and different enjoyable supplies. Some wreath varieties shall be accessible, however carry your personal when you have one. Adults and teenagers.

-Artwork & Journaling with Camden Public Library, 4 to five p.m. Amy Hand facilitates inventive artwork and journaling tasks by means of emails and by way of the Zoom on-line assembly platform each Wednesday. On second Wednesdays, the group additionally gathers in particular person within the library’s Picker Room. E-mail Hand at [email protected] to obtain undertaking concepts and a hyperlink to the Zoom assembly.


-Be taught to Make a Material Tote Bag, from 2 to three:30 p.m. at Belfast Free Library. Be part of Jane McLean for a free demonstration. Mclean will present make lined and unlined tote baggage from a wide range of cost-effective supplies, in addition to add pockets, field bottoms, and a wide range of closures. Written directions shall be offered. For extra data, name the library at 338-3884, ext. 10.

-Sandi Cirillo Fiber Arts Present at River Arts, 36 Elm Avenue in Damariscotta. The Searsport artist and artwork educator’s fiber and mixed-media choices shall be on show within the River Room November 3–22. Her photo voltaic plate etchings on silk material will be considered within the exhibit. Gallery hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For extra data: or 563-6868.

-Artwork Opening at Bremen Library, Route 32, Bremen, from 4 to six p.m., with works by Wiscasset artist Anna McDougal hanging for the month of November. McDougal is a  full-time artist at Spindleworks Gallery in Brunswick; her work takes its inspiration from farm life, particularly the animals she lives with and the produce she tends in her gardens. All are welcome to the opening; refreshments shall be served.


-South Bristol Rutherford Library Presents Lee Emmons’ Images, 6:30 p.m. Emmons is a photographer and nature author. A resident of Newcastle, he frequently shares his nature images with libraries and assisted residing amenities in Lincoln County. A graduate of Colby Faculty, Emmons takes inspiration from native forests and the Damariscotta River. His images makes an attempt to seize the restorative energy of nature. The library is at 2000 State Route 129 in South Bristol.


-Reception for Anne Spencer and Artwork within the Stacks Exhibition, at Stockton Springs Neighborhood Library, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. All are welcome.

-Shakespeare Society of Rockland Assembly, by way of Zoom from 2 to 4 p.m. Macbeth, Act 3 shall be learn and mentioned. Based in 1889, the society is coming into its 133rd yr. Conferences will proceed to be held each different Monday by means of the top of November, studying one act per assembly. Potential new members are welcome to attend the assembly as visitors. For additional data, electronic mail society president Hope Kocian at [email protected]

-Artist’s Reception for Peter Yesis at Camden Public Library, from 3:30 to five:30 p.m. within the Picker Room Gallery. The exhibit, titled Each Canvas Has a Story, will showcase the tender lifelike fashion of his work of the Maine coast and panorama. It is going to be on view November 2–29. A local of New Jersey, Yesis now works from his dwelling studio in Searsport. A portion of the proceeds from the gross sales of art work within the Picker Room Gallery through the month of November will profit the Camden Public Library.


-Artwork Exhibit with Poetry Studying at Belfast Free Library, 6:30 p.m. Kay Retzlaff will give a poetry studying within the Abbott Room of the library. The studying is along side the November exhibit within the library’s Kramer Gallery of images by Susan Camp and poems by Retzlaff titled Duet, which can also be the title of a guide revealed in 2022. Camp, a Winterport-based sculptor and UMaine affiliate professor of artwork, says, “Each of us brought our own rural upbringing to the table and played with ways of intertwining the visual and literary notes.”  Retzlaff is the writer, most just lately, of Redefining Irishness in a Coastal Maine Metropolis, 1770–1870: Bridget’s Belfast (Routledge). She obtained a Range, Fairness, and Inclusion grant from College of Maine at Augusta, the place she is professor of English, to assist the Duet undertaking. Her poems have appeared within the anthology Theories of Her, in addition to in literary magazines Plainsong, Potato Eyes, The Immediate, and The Widespread Floor Evaluate. The studying is free and open to all. Copies of Duet shall be accessible to buy. The exhibit shall be within the Kramer Gallery by means of November 30.


-Carver Memorial Library Ebook Membership: Boar Island by Nevada Barr, 1 p.m. on the Searsport library’s garden. In case of rain/chilly, it’s going to transfer inside to the Studying Room. All welcome. Focus on or simply pay attention in.


-Intro to Aid Print Reward Making, Friday, November 18, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the Gamble Schooling Heart on the Farnsworth campus in downtown Rockland. Be part of printmaker Sherrie York for a one-day relief-printing workshop to be taught a flexible approach that may be utilized to each fantastic artwork and craft tasks. On this introductory workshop, take inspiration from the altering seasons to create a block that can be utilized to print vacation playing cards, reward tags, an artwork piece, or the rest you’ll be able to think about. Your completed block will be reused to print on wooden, material, or different supplies as nicely. $164; $144 for Farnsworth members (value contains all supplies. Particulars are at



-In Freeport: The Artwork of Mixing Tea, 6 to eight p.m. at MOFGA’s Maine Natural Market, 55 Important Avenue. $50; $45 for MOFGA members. Be taught the artwork of mixing natural tisane. Half two, Medicinal Herb Tisanes, is obtainable December 1. Developing on the market, Saturday, November 19, from 3 to five p.m., Wreath Making Workshop. $60; $55 for MOFGA members. Particulars:


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-Farmer to Farmer with MOFGA, Saturday to Monday, November 5–7, with over 50 audio system on matters together with cultivating market alternatives, crop administration methods, stress discount practices, slaughterhouse capability in Maine, mushroom cultivation, and extra. New this yr, MOFGA can also be providing a Dairy Day geared towards dairy producers. Be taught extra at


-Constructing a Small Sawmill Enterprise: Administration, an internet workshop, from 6:30 to eight p.m. Sliding scale of $0 to $15. Be taught the fundamentals of beginning or rising a financially viable small sawmill enterprise. The group will talk about alternatives for sawmill companies and discover completely different fashions, methods and merchandise. The primary in a two-part enterprise growth sequence hosted by MOFGA and led by Harry Watt, wooden merchandise specialist at North Carolina State Extension. Designed for aspiring and starting small-scale enterprise homeowners however open to all. Go to for more information.


-Airbnb: Learn how to Open and Run One Nicely, a Zoom class on Thursday, November 10, from 6 to eight:30 p.m., supplied by 5 City CSD Grownup Ed. Given by Deb Arter, who has been internet hosting an Airbnb in Damariscotta for 5 years and educating others do it for 3 years. Her class is filled with private experiences and contains a big packet of handouts — you’ll go away class with data on all the pieces from rules and insurance coverage to coping with each good and unhealthy visitors. To enroll or get extra information, contact Grownup Ed at 236-7800, ext. 5; [email protected]; or

-Speak on Invasive vs. Native Crops, by Rebecca Jacobs of Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District, Wednesday, November 16, at 6:30 p.m. at Gilford Butler Heart, 54 Spruce Head Street, South Thomaston. Why ought to we care about invasive vegetation?  How did they get right here? Are they actually so dangerous to Maine’s ecosystem? What’s so nice about native vegetation? Hear solutions to those questions; be taught to acknowledge invasives to keep away from; and meet some native perennials and shrubs which might be nicely tailored to the native atmosphere and supply important meals and habitat for native wildlife. Sponsored by the South Thomaston Conservation Fee. FMI, electronic mail [email protected]



-Knox County Meals Council Public Assembly, 5 to six p.m. by way of Zoom. A dialogue of meals safety in Knox County, what’s being finished to handle the difficulty, who’s concerned, the place there are gaps in companies, potential challenges, and alternatives to assist. Register at FMI: [email protected], 236-2739.

-Night Star Grange in Washington Holds Annual Souper Supper, from 4:30 to six p.m. Menu will embody 12 soups, chili, vegetarian gadgets, drinks and pie. The price is $12.


-Fundraising Supper at Night Star Grange Corridor, Washington, for Kim Emerson who’s awaiting a kidney transplant. Nonprofits within the city provide up do-it-yourself baked beans, casseroles, salads, biscuits, drinks and desserts on Friday, November 11, from 4:30 to six p.m. $12 adults, $5 youngsters beneath 12.

-Veterans Day Breakfast for Veterans and Their Households, Friday, November 11, from 8 to 9:30 a.m. within the Wave Café at Camden Hills Regional Excessive Faculty. This occasion shall be sponsored by the varsity’s chapter of the Nationwide Honor Society. Music, audio system, and a breakfast ready by Meals Companies Director Mikael Andersson shall be offered. This breakfast is free for all attendees. Contact advisors Craig Ouellette at 236-7800, ext. 3294, or Melissa Howard at 236-7800, ext. 3310, with any questions.



-Ebook Time for Infants with Miss Amy, story instances exterior Camden Public Library and in Harbor Park, particularly themed for toddlers and infants. This system shall be moved indoors if there may be rain. For data, electronic mail Miss Amy: [email protected]

-Lincoln Academy to Host Eighth Grade and Potential Scholar Open Home, at 6:30 p.m. The occasion will start within the Alumni Eating Commons within the heart of the Lincoln Academy campus at 81 Academy Hill in Newcastle. It is going to be an opportunity for households of potential college students to go to the LA campus, meet academics and employees, and tour the varsity. Any scholar residing in a city with secondary faculty selection can attend LA with their tuition paid by the sending city. LA additionally accepts tuition-paying college students who come from cities with out faculty selection. For extra data, contact the admissions workplace at 563-3596, ext. 1107.


-Out of doors Preschooler Story Time, on the grounds of Camden Public Library and in Harbor Park, 10 to 11 a.m. Youngsters’s Librarian Miss Amy leads story instances particularly themed for preschool-aged youngsters on Thursday mornings. This system shall be moved indoors if there may be rain. For data, electronic mail Miss Amy: [email protected]

-Inventive Artwork Afternoons for Youngsters at Camden Public Library, 4 to five p.m. An after-school exercise for teenagers who’re excited by growing their inventive abilities and experimenting with new crafts. Initiatives are facilitated by Youth Librarian Miss Amy. Name 236-3440 to enroll.


-Indoor Preschooler Story Time at Camden Public Library, 10 to 11 a.m. Youngsters’s Librarian Miss Amy hosts story instances particularly themed for preschool-aged youngsters, within the Picker Room on Friday mornings. For data, electronic mail [email protected]

Stockton Springs Neighborhood Library Storytime Friday Mornings, 10 to 11 a.m. For kids of all ages, together with preschoolers and homeschoolers. It is going to be held every week, providing enjoyable and seasonal tales, a craft and a snack. For more information, name 567-4147.


-Magic the Gathering Month-to-month Program at Rockport Public Library, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. for college students ages 11 to fifteen. Coastal Playing cards will educate in regards to the recreation, and college students can freely play, with help if wanted.

-Watts Corridor Presents KindKids Household Live performance in Thomaston, 4 p.m. The nonprofit Watts Corridor Neighborhood Gamers current a KindKids household efficiency by Amanda Panda and Rob Duquette. The live performance shall be held within the second-floor auditorium of the historic downtown constructing at 174 Important Avenue (Route 1). KindKids Music is an interactive household present with unique music and puppets. Amanda “Panda” and Rob Duquette promote kindness by means of music, sharing instruments for emotional resilience, fostering kindness and inspiring wellness, all whereas entertaining all ages with a enjoyable live performance program. The runtime for the present is roughly 45 minutes. Concessions shall be accessible. Tickets are $10, $5 for youngsters youthful than 13, upfront; and $13/$8 day-of-show. Tickets can be found by way of Eventbrite (linked within the calendar).


-Rockport Public Library Tween Comics Workshop, Wednesdays, November 9, 16, and 30, from 4 to five p.m. within the teen room. College students will discover ways to design and create a brief comedian within the workshop that runs 4 weeks, with three in-person periods and one week of impartial work on their undertaking through the Thanksgiving faculty break. This workshop has area for eight college students. Contact Youth Companies Librarian Stephanie to enroll. Perfect for ages 11 to fifteen. All provides shall be offered by the library.

-Free Museum Day on Veterans Day, Friday, November 11, at Owls Head Transportation Museum. Free admission for guests of all ages, with particular actions for the day together with dwell demonstrations and Okay-4 workshops. Watch the Vitality Room spring to life as historic steam engines pound into motion, and see one of many museum’s rarest automobiles, a 1932 Ford Cragar racer, turned on. For the schedule of actions, go to

-Rockport Public Library Internet hosting New Moms Group, Monday, November 14, from 10 to 11 a.m. within the Rockport Room. This shall be a month-to-month group that shall be facilitated by Lisa Stadler, postpartum doula. This is a chance for mothers to satisfy, chat, and assist each other by means of the fun and challenges of motherhood. Older toddlers and kids are welcome for a particular story time with the kids’s librarian, Stephanie, within the youngsters’s room.


-2022 Undertake-A-Household Program, Knox County Homeless Coalition invitations folks to carry pleasure to midcoast households. If you’re excited by adopting a household, order from the net Amazon wishlist at and have the gadgets shipped on to KCHC, the place “elves” will wrap and ship the items. To make a financial donation, go to and select “Adopt-A-Family” from the drop-down menu. Signal as much as volunteer to be a wrapper by emailing [email protected] to get on the schedule.


-Free On-line Class: Making Profession Decisions, 10 to 11 a.m. Prepared for a profession change however don’t know the place to start out? This workshop will cowl what to think about when making a profession selection and assets that can assist you succeed. Additionally supplied this Tuesday, November 1, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Tuesday, December 6, from 10 to 11 a.m. Enroll at

-Free On-line Class: My Cash Works, Tuesdays, November 1 to 29, from 10 to 11 a.m. Achieve the abilities and confidence it is advisable stretch your cash, pay your payments, cut back debt, discover cash for financial savings, plan for retirement, and set private monetary targets with a plan to realize higher monetary stability. Enroll at

-Tai Chi in Camden Amphitheatre, midday to 1 p.m. Be part of teacher Anna Dembska for tai chi courses by donation for all ranges. A portion of the donations collected will profit the library. For more information and to enroll, electronic mail Dembska at [email protected] Signal-up is really useful so that you could be reached if courses are canceled.

-Honor the Deceased at Broad Bay Congregational United Church of Christ, 941 Important Avenue, Waldoboro. Neighborhood members of all faiths are invited to honor deceased family members with the lighting of luminarias exterior the church from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The bell will toll at 7 p.m. Rain date: Wednesday, November 2, from 5:30 to 7 p.m.


-Press Convention and Launch Social gathering for Waldo County Conservation Initiative, 4:30 to six p.m. on the Belfast Boathouse, 34 Business Avenue in Belfast. Audio system will describe the community-based effort to ascertain a fund to preserve and steward land throughout the 12 Waldo County cities served by Coastal Mountains Land Belief. Committee and employees members will present an summary of the imaginative and prescient and targets of the initiative in addition to an outline of 12 tasks at the moment beneath manner. Following the half-hour presentation, there shall be a social hour with music by the Belfast Space Excessive Faculty jazz band.


-Pleased Wanderers Hike with Coastal Mountains and Journey to Well being, 10 a.m. on the Little River Path in Belfast. This path is over seven miles, so the stroll shall be an out-and-back of two miles. The path ambles alongside the river with some ups and downs. The terrain is taken into account reasonable to barely tough. Deliver mountaineering poles, if you want. It is going to be searching season, so put on orange.


-Fall Honest at First Congregational Church of Searsport, on the church in Curtis Corridor, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sponsored by the Ladies’s Fellowship.

-Twentieth Annual Vacation Craft Honest at Pioneer Grange in East Union, Route 235 North, simply off Route 17, this Friday and Saturday, November 4 and 5, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, November 6, from 10 a.m. to three p.m.

-Coastal Mountains Land Belief Opens New Path, on the 244-acre Mount Tuck Protect, at 2 p.m. Meet on the trailhead on Meadow Street in Stockton Springs, the beginning of the brand new 1.8-mile, one-way path. Path snacks shall be served by the street and a land belief employees member shall be accessible to reply questions and speak in regards to the path and the conservation of Mount Tuck. Members are then invited to stroll the path at 2:30 p.m. at their very own tempo. The moderate-difficulty path begins at Meadow Street and steadily climbs to the 565-foot summit and a scenic viewpoint on the mountain. Climbing out and again takes as much as two hours relying upon your tempo. Instructions: From Stockton Springs, flip north on Route 1. In 4.1 miles, flip left onto Meadow Street. Proceed 0.6 mile and park on the proper (north) facet of Meadow Street; meet on the path kiosk there.


-Medomak Center Faculty Craft Honest, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. With practically 70 crafters from throughout the state, this annual occasion helps Medomak Center Faculty scholar actions. The urged donation on the door is $1; college students and kids beneath 5 enter free. Every donation will obtain a raffle ticket for an opportunity to win a door prize donated by one of many distributors. Lunch within the cafeteria may also be accessible for $5. Medomak Center Faculty is in Waldoboro.

-Tea Time at St. Margaret’s, in Belfast, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. After a COVID hiatus, the ladies of St. Margaret’s are bringing again their conventional English excessive tea and bake sale, and all are welcome. The parish home at 95 Court docket Avenue shall be remodeled into an English tea room the place patrons can get pleasure from scones with cream and jam, lemon pound cake, miniature tarts, ginger bars, cucumber sandwiches, and a steaming pot of tea. The bake sale options tables laden with breads, pies, muffins, cookies, jams and jellies, whereas a Jewellery Boutique affords refurbished jewellery. A silent public sale affords a wide range of gadgets and reward certificates. Tickets are $15 for the tea and all proceeds will profit neighborhood service organizations. For more information, name St. Margaret’s workplace, 338-2412.


-Vacation Craft Honest at American Legion Put up 37, Thomaston (behind the block), from 9 a.m. to three p.m. With distributors, meals concessions together with chili, nachos, hotdogs, fries, monkey bread and dessert. There shall be a 50/50 raffle and craft raffle. All proceeds from the craft raffle shall be donated to the Lobstermen Protection Fund. $1 per ticket, six for $5.


-Do-it-yourself Goodies and Craft Gadgets for Sale at Hope Library, within the Hope City Workplace constructing, 441 Camden Street, beginning at 9 a.m. All are invited (particularly Hope residents stopping by to vote). Raffle tickets for a “Basket of Hope” ($1 every, six for $5) may also be accessible. The winner, drawn on the finish of the day, will obtain a basket containing over 25 gadgets contributed by Hope companies. Regionally crafted and donated gadgets embody an iron hearth poker, honey, maple syrup, blueberry jam, jewellery, candles and extra. To see an image of the basket or for extra data, take a look at Hope Historic Society’s Fb web page. Proceeds to profit the Hope Historic Society.


-Knox County Retired Educators to Meet, for lunch and a enterprise assembly, on the Offshore Restaurant on Route 1 in Rockport, Wednesday, November 9. Collect at 11:30 to order lunches by midday. After the assembly, there shall be a presentation by a veteran in honor of Veterans Day. FMI: 594-4397.

-Birding at Belfast Harbor, Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition invitations the general public to drop in on the Belfast Footbridge the place Ron Harrell and Gary Gulezian lead a month-to-month chook watch. From November by means of March, on the second Saturday of every month, they are going to be on the footbridge at 8:30 a.m. with their telescopes to point out folks no matter birds are within the harbor space and reply questions on them. The chook watch will final till 10 a.m., relying on the quantity of chook exercise current and climate situations. Deliver binoculars and costume appropriately for the climate. The schedule is as follows: November 12, December 10, January 14, February 11 and March 11.

-In Belfast: “Run Wild!” 5K Run/Stroll Fundraiser to Assist Wildlife Conservation, Saturday, November 12, from 2 to three p.m. on the Belfast Rail Path. Hosted by the Heart for Wildlife Research, with an after-party hosted by Marshall Wharf Brewing. Working/strolling in your favourite animal costume is inspired. Fb has particulars.

-Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition Geology Stroll, on Sunday, November 13, with geologist Brooks McKinney. Meet at Head of Tide Protect in Belfast at 10 a.m., conserved by Coastal Mountains Land Belief. The Sunday hike avoids hunters throughout deer searching season; nonetheless, carrying blaze orange clothes is really useful. Deliver water, a snack, a heat layer, and rain gear. The stroll will final roughly 2.5 hours. For more information, name 338-1147. To be taught extra in regards to the Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition, go to

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