The East Coast Ghost Trackers and the Hammond Street Senior Center invite the public to join in for a fun evening of paranormal with all proceeds benefiting the Hammond Street Senior Center. Funds will specifically help ease the burden of an unfortunate ceiling collapse due to recent ice and snow.
A full spaghetti dinner will be served at 5:00 p.m. on February 21st with a show put on by the Ghost Trackers to follow. The Trackers will show unseen evidence of paranormal activity caught with their latest technology. They will also preview parts of their “Maine’s Most Haunted” episodes. After the show, there will be time for lots of questions and answers.
For Tickets, please contact the Hammond Street Senior Center in advance. This fun evening out is just $10.00 per person and includes both one’s meal and the show to follow.
Senior College at Belfast is inviting artists to exhibit their work in the 2014 Annual Festival of Art. The registration period for artists is March 1 thru March 31; registration materials and information may be requested at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling Juliane Dow at 857-719-6733 (Cell). The Festival, in its eleventh year, has featured up to 170 artists and welcomed over 1,000 viewers at past events. The event offers artists an opportunity to sell their work. Amateur as well as professional artists are encouraged to participate.Find out more »
Penobscot Home Performance and the First Bank will host the March Bangor Greendrinks on March 11th, from 5-8PM at the First Bank in downtown Bangor. There is a suggested $5 donation and we encourage everyone to bring their own drinking vessel. Vessels will be available for purchase, starting at $1. As always, Bangor Greendrinks is a family friendly event, so definitely bring the kids!Find out more »
During the entire month of March, the art of women from Mount Desert Island can be found throughout Southwest Harbor Public Library. This year’s theme is “Grandmothers”. An Artists’ Reception will be held at the Library on Tuesday evening, March 11, 5:30 to 7:00pm. Everyone is invited to meet the artists and to enjoy the refreshments.Find out more »
The Downeast Lakes Land Trust will host Greg Burr, Regional Fisheries Biologist from the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife to discuss the management of largemouth bass in Downeast watersheds.
Largemouth, like smallmouth, are non-natives. They are widely established in southern, central, and parts of eastern Maine. Since 1986, Maine fishery biologists have determined that illegal introductions have established new populations in 57 additional lakes.Find out more »
(2014. USA 1hr, 37min. Directed by Scott Coffey. R.)
Wide-eyed Amy (Emma Roberts) may have graduated from college, but lately life seems to be passing her by. An aspiring poet, she still lives with her parents, and longs for independence. In order to earn a paycheck, Amy goes to work at a local sex shop owned by a spirited older couple. With flamboyant transvestite Rubio and charming local boy Alex on staff, life around the store is rarely dull. Still, Amy can’t help but feeling like the future had something better in store for her, and sets out to land an apprenticeship with notoriously withdrawn writer Rat Billings (John Cusack). Meanwhile, inspiration seems to come from the last place Amy ever expected as her professional relationship with Alex takes a surprise turn toward the romantic.Find out more »
Climate Solutions Expo … Free and open to the public: Exhibits and panel presentations on energy efficiency, adaptation planning, community energy, transportation, renewable energy, and more.
Climate Solutions Summit … $25 registration: Day long work session on Maine’s 2020 Vision.Find out more »
Join us on Wednesday, March 12th for a free clinical workshop. This month we will be discussing foot and heel pain or plantar fasciitis. You will have the opportunity to have your questions answered by Licensed Physical Therapist Anne Knowles, the only therapist in the area McKenzie Certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment. Learn the difference between heel spurs, plantar fasciitis, tendonitis and arthritis. Find out about different types of shoe inserts and other supports/braces available. You will also learn some basic exercises that anyone can do to help decrease or prevent pain. We hope to see you thereFind out more »
Phoebe Barnes will be teaching a Reiki class at Southwest Harbor Public Library, Wednesday evening, March 12, 6:00 – 8:00pm. The class is titled “Reiki As Self-Care: Balancing Our Body-Mind-Heart.” Reiki can help us care for individual parts of ourselves as well as our whole self. All are invited to learn about the beneficial effects of Reiki on cell tissue and how it can help you. Topics that will be covered are: stress-reduction, insomnia, injury healing, acceptance and love of self and energetic balancing. Each participant will have the opportunity to experience a Reiki session. Feel free to bring a friend with you and any questions you may have to this enjoyable and special evening.Find out more »