Women, Work, and Community to Offer Business Basics
Do you have a business idea you want to put into action? Women, Work, and Community will offer Business Basics a business planning workshop Mondays September 15th and 22nd from 9:30 to 1:30 at the UMA-Bangor campus. This class covers the basics of a business plan, marketing, cash planning and is suitable for those thinking about or in the early start-up phase of a new business. It will help you assess the feasibility, desirability, and viability of your business idea and get you started with your plan.
Pre-registration is required for all workshops and classes. There is no fee for the workshop.
Join local computer consultant Ben Sawyer at the Southwest Harbor Public Library for an informative hour in which he will talk about Internet safety, specifically fraud both online and via e-mail on Wednesday, September 17 and Thursday, September 25 from 4-5 p.m. Registration required.Find out more »
The Sandy Point Community Hall at 684 US Rt 1 in Stockton Springs presents the Third Wednesday Open Mic on September 17th. The evening begins at 6:30pm with an Open Mic for all ages/all styles welcome. At 8pm, singer-songwriter George Skala will take the stage. Donations of $3-10 are gratefully accepted. Children are free. Snack and drinks will be sold.Find out more »
The Southwest Harbor Public Library, in conjunction with Acadia Family Center, will offer a free screening of The Hungry Heart on Wednesday, September 17 at 6:30 pm. The film will be shown in the Holmes Room at the Library.Find out more »
Thursday, September 18th
$4/Advanced, $5/Door, $3/Children under 10
Dine in candlelight over a yummy spaghetti meal. Invite your friends and family for a fun evening out!
Call Hannah at Momentum to get your tickets in advance: 907-4501.Find out more »
Annual banquet and live and silent auction with raffles to support wetlands conservationFind out more »
From Temperance to Prohibition and everything in between, this is not just a simple church tour! Follow the path of sacred spaces along the streets of Bangor. Listen to tales of purity, hope, and piety alongside stories of great works, scandal, and ruin. See historic stained glass and walk in the devout footsteps of years past.Find out more »
Explore treasures from your own community at this pop-up community museum.
This event is part of Ticonic Tales, celebrating the history of Waterville and Winslow.Find out more »
Speaker Patricia Violette, Executive Director of the Shirley-Eustis House Museum and Carriage House Learning Center (Boston, MA). Violette, a former Curator and Interim Executive Director of Fort Western (Augusta, ME), will discuss stories from the life and career of William Shirley, Royal Governor in the mid-1700s, when the English sought to expunge the French and Indians from Massachusetts and the Province of Maine from 1731 to 1756. Shirley’s personal motivation for erecting Fort Western and Fort Halifax, both built in 1754, will be examined in detail.Find out more »