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Priceless Yard Sale
come browse and choose your own price on many items donated to benefit the church and other designated charities
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 9:00 am
every Tue.
Church Special Events Brooksville
Modern Calligraphy for Beginners
Molly Suber Thorpe is offering a 4-hour workshop, included is a personal calligraphy starter kid and mid-morning coffee and snacks
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 9:00 am
Classes Blue Hill
Kids in Nature: Frogs, Fish & Friends
youngsters will be introduced to wonders of the natural world at a freshwater pond, join Malinda Curtis and Martha Bell, for exploring, games and a story
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 9:00 am
Special Events,
Deer Isle
Botany of MDI
Linda Gregory and Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie will discuss the monitoring of flowering phenology of wildflowers in Acadia National Park
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 9:00 am
Spoken Word Bar Harbor
Modern Calligraphy Workshop
Everything You Need to Know to Get Started in Script Calligraphy with Molly Suber Thorpe
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 9:00 am
Workshops Blue Hill
Cooking with Grace
Grace Tarr will offer a series of four, hands-on cooking classes with picky or allergic eaters in mind, class size is limited
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 10:00 am
every Tue.
Instruction Castine
Engineering Summer Camp
Plants to Plastics: Engineering Bioplastics, for middle schoolers entering 5th to 8th grade in Sept., six sessions, all materials are provided
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 10:00 am
Instruction Blue Hill
Brown Bag Lunch
to feature retired ecology professor Ken Crowell and nature writer Marnie Crowell who have created the e-book deeriNature for self-guided nature trails
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 11:00 am
Lectures Stonington
Rug Braiding Class
beginners welcome, make round or oval rugs, any size or simple chair mats, all wool is used, beginners will be shown supplies needed
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 1:00 pm
every Tue.
Instruction Deer Isle
Shawl Ministry
a group of dedicated women knit shawls to make a positive difference in the life of someone else
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 1:00 pm
every Tue.
Taoist Tai Chi Beginners Class
series of whole body movements designed to improve balance, circulation, strength, flexibility and concentration for all ages and health conditions
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 4:00 pm
every Tue., Thu.
Health and Wellness Castine
A Life Line of Color: Artwork by Dottie Hayes
a reception and celebration on the occasion of Ms. Hayes' 90th birthday, of the exhibit of recent work in watercolors and high fire enamel on copper
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 4:00 pm
Special Events Blue Hill
Silent Meditation
all welcome
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 5:00 pm
every Tue.
Special Events Deer Isle
Lobster Buoy Auction
artists from all over the country decorate authentic wooden lobster buoys - in numerous mediums up for auction, pre-bids accepted until Aug. 3
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 5:30 pm
Special Events Stonington
2014 Environmental Lecture Series
Plastic Pollution: Art to Activism, Dianna Cohen, Creative Advocacy Director, co-founder, Plastic Pollution Coalition
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 6:00 pm
Spoken Word Blue Hill
Author Talk/Slide Show
with Anneli Carter-Sundqvist, homesteader and owner of the hostel, and Kathie Fiveash, a lifelong naturalist, will read from their books and answer questions
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 6:30 pm
Spoken Word Deer Isle
Deborah Pulliam Memorial Lecture
by Alan Taylor, Ph.D. author of The Civil War of 1812
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 7:00 pm
Spoken Word Castine
Annual Deborah Pulliam Memorial Lecture
delivered by Alan Taylor, will be discussing his book The Civil War of 1812: American Citizens, British Subjects, Irish Rebels and Indian Allies
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 7:00 pm
Spoken Word Castine
Summer CineGrand Weekly Film Series
Nebraska, a tempestuous Missouri father is convinced he's won a million dollar magazine sweepstakes, and his son grudgingly agrees to drive him to Nebraska
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 7:30 pm
Films Ellsworth
Haystack Summer Evening Programs
Haystack staff, many of whom are also studio artists, will present their work
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 7:30 pm
Exhibits Deer Isle
The 39 Steps
by Patrick Barlow, presented by Acadia Repertory Theatre
Tue, Aug 5, '14, 8:15 pm
Performing Arts Bar Harbor
the 2014 season presented by the Maine State Music Theatre, tickets available now
Wed, Aug 6, '14
Performing Arts Brunswick
Get Strong, Get Healthy
community exercise, an ongoing class for adults
Wed, Aug 6, '14, 7:30 am
every Mon., Wed., Fri.
Health and Wellness Brooksville
Get Strong/Get Healthy
community exercise for adults, classes include aerobics, weight training, and stretching, materials provided
Wed, Aug 6, '14, 7:30 am
every Mon., Wed., Fri.
Health and Wellness,
Blue Hill
Wise Ways Workout
for seniors
Wed, Aug 6, '14, 9:00 am
every Mon., Wed., Fri.
Health and Wellness Blue Hill

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