Southwest Harbor Public Library will be holding another “Technology Petting Zoo.” They will take place from 1:00pm to 2:30 pm Tuesday, December 10, and Thursday, December 12. These sessions will include: Nook SimpleTouch (e-reader), Nook HD+ (tablet), Kindle Fire (tablet), and Kindle PaperWhite (e-reader), Google Nexus 7 (tablet) and Apple iPad mini tablets. Registration is a must. For more information, call the Library at 244-7065.Find out more »
On Thursday December 12th at 2 pm, a discussion about avoiding financial fraud will be led by Jim Batchelder from Camden National Bank in Ellsworth. Topics will include how to recognize telephone scams, how to protect your financial date and personal privacy, and a discussion of commonly used tricks which all to often result in the stealing of financial assets fro unsuspecting individuals.Find out more »
Christmas from Nova Scotia!; 7:00 PM at Skye Theatre, 2 Highland Dr. off Winter Hill Rd. via Rte 2 in S. Carthage, ME. $20; Info: 207-562-4445 or visit our website for directions and our complete calendar: www.necelticarts.com; Artists’ website: http://www.troymacgillivray.com/index.htm; Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJ7h8iKyKTEFind out more »
Christmas from Nova Scotia! 7:00 PM at Skye Theatre, 2 Highland Dr. off Winter Hill Rd. via Rte 2 in S. Carthage, ME. $20; Info: 207-562-4445 or visit our website for directions and our complete calendar: www.necelticarts.com; Artists’ website: http://www.troymacgillivray.com/index.htm; Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJ7h8iKyKTEFind out more »
The Associate in Applied Science degree programs in Culinary Arts and Sustainable Agriculture at Kennebec Valley Community College (KVCC) will hold a public information session for prospective students on December 11.Find out more »
Mount Desert Island Debut film Screening
THE EAST-WEST CORRIDOR: WHY NOT?
Stop the East-West Corridor coalition and Defending Water for Life in Maine will be hosting the Mount Desert Island debut screening of the film, The East-West Corridor: Why Not? followed by a community dialogue with the statewide coordinator of Stop the East-West Corridor, Chris Buchanan. The thirty minute film will be shown Wednesday, December 11, 6:00 PM at the Southwest Harbor Public Library, 338 Main Street, Southwest Harbor, Maine. The event is free and open to the public.Find out more »
Holiday Gift Making for Kids and Families
Southwest Harbor Public Library invites all kids and their families to come make holiday cards and gifts on two Wednesday afternoons, December 11 and 18 from 3:00pm – 6:00pm. Local artist, Mike Duffy will teach simple ways to make gifts and cards perfect for holiday giving. The Library will supply materials. Registration is not necessary – drop in on one or both Wednesdays for the simple fun of making it yourself! For more information, call the Library, 244-7065.Find out more »
Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? If not here is the perfect opportunity to purchase that perfect present for a special friend or family member. The Bar Harbor Congregational Church’s Annual Christmas Fair has something for everyone….lovely handcrafts, yummy baked goods, artwork, fascinating attic treasures, and gorgeous gifts! In addition there will be a raffle table featuring the art of several area artists, cash gifts, restaurant certificates, and many other gift items. By the way, the fair is on a Wednesday so it is a great mid-week break!!
Let’s not forget our famous luncheon! Lunch begins at 11:00 a.m. which gives you a whole hour to shop before you take a break for lunch. The menu will include savory soups, scrumptious sandwiches, and delicious pies. We also do take out, so you can shop, dine, then take treats or lunch back to your co-workers ..….
For additional information contact the church office at 288-3280.
So save the date…see your friends…have a great lunch….and enjoy the Christmas fun!!