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Friends and Family Impacted by Addiction
For friends and family of loved ones smuggling with addiction. Facilitated by Maryann Ogonowski, nurse and counselor
Tue, Mar 19, '19
Meetings,
Health and Wellness
Deer Isle
Wednesday Seekers
Sowing Tears, Reaping Joy: The Bible and Brahms' Requiem, seven-week Bible study on the experience of grief
Wed, Oct 16, '19, 10:00 am
every Wed.
Church Study Groups Blue Hill
Community Bake Day
With outdoor oven to bake sweet and savory biscuits; if rain, in Hutchins Education Center
Wed, Oct 16, '19, 12:00 pm
Special Events Castine
Fall Open House
The Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce invites you to join them for a Fall Open House at Bagaduce Music
Wed, Oct 16, '19, 4:30 pm
Open Houses,
Meetings
Blue Hill
Live Music
Tim Seely, singer/songwriter
Wed, Oct 16, '19, 6:00 pm
Concerts Blue Hill
Film: Lobster War
Subject is the disputed Gray Zone between U.S. and Canada, live video chat with director afterwards. 4 and 7 PM
Thu, Oct 17, '19, 4:00 pm
Films Blue Hill
Community Harvest Supper
Student-made bowls, homemade soup to celebrate garden-based education and Magic Food Bus; fundraiser
Thu, Oct 17, '19, 5:00 pm
Meals Brooksville
Pajama Storytime
Kids encouraged to wear pajamas and slippers, bring a stuffed animal to sing songs and color pictures
Thu, Oct 17, '19, 6:00 pm
Storytime Blue Hill
Trivia Night
Bring a team or join one
Thu, Oct 17, '19, 6:00 pm
Special Events Stonington
Concert
John Gallagher, double bass, and Hugh Bowden, guitar, will perform Jazz standards and Bossa Novas
Thu, Oct 17, '19, 6:00 pm
Concerts Blue Hill
HCDC Meeting
Professor Amy Fried, Chair of the Department of Political Science at the University of Maine, will offer insights on the Founding Fathers intent and the history of impeachment
Thu, Oct 17, '19, 7:00 pm
Meetings Ellsworth
Food for Good Drive
Hosted by Bar Harbor Bank & Trust. Non-perishable food items being collected to benefit local food pantries
Fri, Oct 18, '19
Special Events Blue Hill
Clinic of Expertise
How do I manage my money better? with Joe Connors, financial coach from Downeast Community Partners. Third Fri., every month or by appt. Free
Fri, Oct 18, '19, 12:00 pm
Workshops,
Instruction
Blue Hill
Children's Book Signing
Two children's authors will be signing their books at the Rockland Lighthouse Museum
Fri, Oct 18, '19, 12:00 pm
Readings,
Storytime
South Thomaston
Prostate Cancer Survivor Support Group
Open to survivors, spouses, partners and caregivers. Facilitated by Cadie Saucier, physical therapist from Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital. Every fourth Friday; free
Fri, Oct 18, '19, 1:00 pm
every Fri.
on the 4th week of month
Self Help Ellsworth
Panels, Teen Graphic Novel Club
Held monthly, read a novel then gather to discuss the story, art and work as a whole
Fri, Oct 18, '19, 4:00 pm
every Fri.
on the 3rd week of month
Readings Blue Hill
Invasive Plants Program
How to handle invasive plants, presented by Cooperative Extension Educator Marjorie Pronto; hosted by Evergreen Garden Club
Fri, Oct 18, '19, 4:00 pm
Lectures Deer Isle
Hunters' Firearms Safety Course
Offered by Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. Two sessions (second on 10/27, 9 AM-4 PM); online course option, call for more information and to register
Fri, Oct 18, '19, 6:00 pm
Libraries,
Workshops
Blue Hill
Music Buffet Coffee House
Open mic 7-8 PM, refreshments followed by guest musicians Anne and Lin Parker 8-9 PM. Donations benefit Community Fuel Assistance Fund, Tree of Life Food Pantry. FMI: 326-4885
Fri, Oct 18, '19, 7:00 pm
Church Services Penobscot
African Adventures Program
Hosted by Downeast Audubon with Leslie Clapp and Blaise deSibour on their two-month trip to South Africa
Fri, Oct 18, '19, 7:00 pm
Lectures Blue Hill
Film: Abominable
Abominable offers audiences an animated and overall engaging adventure that the whole family can enjoy. Also 10/18 at 7 PM, 10/19 at 2 PM
Fri, Oct 18, '19, 7:00 pm
Films Stonington
Priceless Yard Sale
Handcrafting supplies; customer decides the price. Proceeds benefit insulating the 1893 church building and the Tree of life food pantry
Sat, Oct 19, '19, 8:00 am
Special Events Brooksville
Globe T-Readers
For ages 7-10. Travel world country by country through chapter and non-fiction books; snacks and crafts included. Monthly, third sat.
Sat, Oct 19, '19, 9:30 am
every Sat.
on the 3rd week of month
Libraries,
Storytime
Stonington
Peninsula Harvest Festival
Come celebrate fall and all that the Peninsula has to offer at the Annual Peninsula Harvest Festival. Activities for all ages. Call for info on Scarecrow Contest
Sat, Oct 19, '19, 11:00 am
Special Events,
Craft & Food Sales
Blue Hill
Stone Soup Gathering
Annual Magic Food Bus event, put gardens to bed, enjoy soup and a story
Sat, Oct 19, '19, 11:00 am
Special Events Blue Hill


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