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May
26
Sun
‘Miles for Mills’ Memorial Day Weekend 5K @ Brunswick Landing
May 26 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

The Travis Mills Foundation has announced that Miles for Mills Memorial Day Weekend 5K will be held at the Brunswick Landing, the former Brunswick Naval Air Station, in Brunswick.

Proceeds benefit the Travis Mills Foundation’s mission of supporting recalibrated veteran families in their life after service to our country. They support veteran families and those with the invisible wounds of war through our Retreat in the Belgrade Lakes Region. To learn more about our mission and how your donation makes a difference, go HERE!

Registration is $35 per person for the 5K Run/Walk; registration for the 10K Run is $45.

KV Art Association’s Fine Art and Maker’s Festival @ Snow Pond Center for the Arts
May 26 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

At Snow Pond Center for the Arts in Sidney, showcasing over 60 Maine Artisans. Live Music, Food, Libations, Free Admission, Free Parking. FMI

May
27
Mon
Memorial Day Parades and Ceremonies
May 27 all-day
Oakland Memorial Day Parade @ Messalonskee Middle School,
May 27 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Hosted by American Legion Post 51, Oakland. The yearly S.A.L. BBQ starts at 11am, until sold out. The parade lineup will be at the Messalonskee Middle School. All participants are expected to arrive and line up beginning at 11am. The parade will begin traveling down Pleasant Street right onto Main Street, continuing to Memorial Hall for ceremony, and ending up at the Oakland Post Office. FMI: 207.465.2446

Jun
1
Sat
Craft Fair Fundraiser @ Boys and Girls Club of Greater Gardiner
Jun 1 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

At the Boys & Girls Club of Kennebec Valley Sandra M. Prescott Clubhouse, hosted by Gardiner Federal Credit Union. All proceeds go towards the Campaign for Ending Hunger! The event will include a basket raffle full of crafter items and a bake sale. FMI: 12075822676

Jun
19
Wed
Blue Raven Gallery Poetry Series @ Blue Raven Gallery
Jun 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Enjoy the voices of Maine poets at Blue Raven Gallery in Rockland. Free. Limited seating. Reservations required. FMI: +12074667799
June 19th – Edward Hirsch with Gibson Fay-LeBlanc
July 24th – Jennifer Grotz with Samaa Abdurraquib
August 7th – Tim Seibles with Andrea Blevins
September 18th – Major Jackson with Albert Abonado

Jun
20
Thu
Point Reggae Festival (Click for Schedule) @ Thomas Point Beach & Campground
Jun 20 all-day

Point Reggae, June 20th – 23rd, at Thomas Point Beach and Campground in Brunswick, an oceanside, arts & music festival. Bringing international artists together with Maine’s creative community to create an event that is fun for the entire family. Featuring live music, performance arts, crafts, wares, food, camping and so much more!

Point Reggae is produced by Avenue Media with support from NAMI-Maine and Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program among others. FMI: +12076506343

Pittsfield’s Summer Concert Series @ Hathorn Park
Jun 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Town of Pittsfield’s Summer Concert Series… FREE Thursday night concerts at Hathorn Park.

FMI: https://www.facebook.com/HathornParkMusic

Jun
21
Fri
Point Reggae Festival (Click for Schedule) @ Thomas Point Beach & Campground
Jun 21 all-day

Point Reggae, June 20th – 23rd, at Thomas Point Beach and Campground in Brunswick, an oceanside, arts & music festival. Bringing international artists together with Maine’s creative community to create an event that is fun for the entire family. Featuring live music, performance arts, crafts, wares, food, camping and so much more!

Point Reggae is produced by Avenue Media with support from NAMI-Maine and Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program among others. FMI: +12076506343

Rotary District Conference in Waterville
Jun 21 all-day

Rotary District Conference coming to Waterville June 21–23

This year Rotary District 7790 will host the three-day district conference in Waterville. The conference will bring many first-time visitors to the city, all to support District Governor
Tina Chapman. Waterville supports two Rotary clubs, the Waterville Sunrise Club and the Waterville Noon Club, which is Tina’s home club.

The conference will highlight many of the community projects that local Rotary clubs and Rotary International support while highlighting all Waterville and the surrounding area has to offer. The clubs that are a part of District 7790 range from Augusta to Presque Isle, and even reaches up into Quebec. The district is one of the few in the country to be bi-lingual and covers area in more than one country. Two cultures, two languages, two countries, one Rotary District.

Highlights of the conference include interactive activities that highlight our local region, tastings of a few favorite restaurants, and speakers on multiple subjects focusing mostly on mental health. Other activities include a Summer Garden party at Colby College, a House of Friendship to meet members of other clubs, and a featured film at the Maine Film Center.

This year’s theme is Hope in Action.

The keynote speaker is filmmaker and motivational speaker, Kevin Hines. Hines is a bestselling author, global public speaker, and award-winning documentary filmmaker. In the year 2000, Kevin attempted to take his life by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. Many factors contributed to his miraculous survival including a sea lion which kept him afloat until the Coast Guard arrived. Kevin now travels the world sharing his story of hope, healing, and recovery while teaching people of all ages the art of wellness & the ability to survive pain with true resilience. Kevin’s documentary Suicide: The Ripple Effect will be shown at the Maine Film Center, 93 Main Street in Waterville, and is open to the public as well as his Keynote Presentation.

Tickets for the film and presentation are available now on the district’s website at
https://portal.clubrunner.ca/50110/clubdirectory.

Jun
22
Sat
Point Reggae Festival (Click for Schedule) @ Thomas Point Beach & Campground
Jun 22 all-day

Point Reggae, June 20th – 23rd, at Thomas Point Beach and Campground in Brunswick, an oceanside, arts & music festival. Bringing international artists together with Maine’s creative community to create an event that is fun for the entire family. Featuring live music, performance arts, crafts, wares, food, camping and so much more!

Point Reggae is produced by Avenue Media with support from NAMI-Maine and Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program among others. FMI: +12076506343

Rotary District Conference in Waterville
Jun 22 all-day

Rotary District Conference coming to Waterville June 21–23

This year Rotary District 7790 will host the three-day district conference in Waterville. The conference will bring many first-time visitors to the city, all to support District Governor
Tina Chapman. Waterville supports two Rotary clubs, the Waterville Sunrise Club and the Waterville Noon Club, which is Tina’s home club.

The conference will highlight many of the community projects that local Rotary clubs and Rotary International support while highlighting all Waterville and the surrounding area has to offer. The clubs that are a part of District 7790 range from Augusta to Presque Isle, and even reaches up into Quebec. The district is one of the few in the country to be bi-lingual and covers area in more than one country. Two cultures, two languages, two countries, one Rotary District.

Highlights of the conference include interactive activities that highlight our local region, tastings of a few favorite restaurants, and speakers on multiple subjects focusing mostly on mental health. Other activities include a Summer Garden party at Colby College, a House of Friendship to meet members of other clubs, and a featured film at the Maine Film Center.

This year’s theme is Hope in Action.

The keynote speaker is filmmaker and motivational speaker, Kevin Hines. Hines is a bestselling author, global public speaker, and award-winning documentary filmmaker. In the year 2000, Kevin attempted to take his life by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. Many factors contributed to his miraculous survival including a sea lion which kept him afloat until the Coast Guard arrived. Kevin now travels the world sharing his story of hope, healing, and recovery while teaching people of all ages the art of wellness & the ability to survive pain with true resilience. Kevin’s documentary Suicide: The Ripple Effect will be shown at the Maine Film Center, 93 Main Street in Waterville, and is open to the public as well as his Keynote Presentation.

Tickets for the film and presentation are available now on the district’s website at
https://portal.clubrunner.ca/50110/clubdirectory.

Jun
23
Sun
Point Reggae Festival (Click for Schedule) @ Thomas Point Beach & Campground
Jun 23 all-day

Point Reggae, June 20th – 23rd, at Thomas Point Beach and Campground in Brunswick, an oceanside, arts & music festival. Bringing international artists together with Maine’s creative community to create an event that is fun for the entire family. Featuring live music, performance arts, crafts, wares, food, camping and so much more!

Point Reggae is produced by Avenue Media with support from NAMI-Maine and Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program among others. FMI: +12076506343

Rotary District Conference in Waterville
Jun 23 all-day

Rotary District Conference coming to Waterville June 21–23

This year Rotary District 7790 will host the three-day district conference in Waterville. The conference will bring many first-time visitors to the city, all to support District Governor
Tina Chapman. Waterville supports two Rotary clubs, the Waterville Sunrise Club and the Waterville Noon Club, which is Tina’s home club.

The conference will highlight many of the community projects that local Rotary clubs and Rotary International support while highlighting all Waterville and the surrounding area has to offer. The clubs that are a part of District 7790 range from Augusta to Presque Isle, and even reaches up into Quebec. The district is one of the few in the country to be bi-lingual and covers area in more than one country. Two cultures, two languages, two countries, one Rotary District.

Highlights of the conference include interactive activities that highlight our local region, tastings of a few favorite restaurants, and speakers on multiple subjects focusing mostly on mental health. Other activities include a Summer Garden party at Colby College, a House of Friendship to meet members of other clubs, and a featured film at the Maine Film Center.

This year’s theme is Hope in Action.

The keynote speaker is filmmaker and motivational speaker, Kevin Hines. Hines is a bestselling author, global public speaker, and award-winning documentary filmmaker. In the year 2000, Kevin attempted to take his life by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. Many factors contributed to his miraculous survival including a sea lion which kept him afloat until the Coast Guard arrived. Kevin now travels the world sharing his story of hope, healing, and recovery while teaching people of all ages the art of wellness & the ability to survive pain with true resilience. Kevin’s documentary Suicide: The Ripple Effect will be shown at the Maine Film Center, 93 Main Street in Waterville, and is open to the public as well as his Keynote Presentation.

Tickets for the film and presentation are available now on the district’s website at
https://portal.clubrunner.ca/50110/clubdirectory.

Jun
27
Thu
Pittsfield’s Summer Concert Series @ Hathorn Park
Jun 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Town of Pittsfield’s Summer Concert Series… FREE Thursday night concerts at Hathorn Park.

FMI: https://www.facebook.com/HathornParkMusic

Jul
4
Thu
Pittsfield’s Summer Concert Series @ Hathorn Park
Jul 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Town of Pittsfield’s Summer Concert Series… FREE Thursday night concerts at Hathorn Park.

FMI: https://www.facebook.com/HathornParkMusic

Jul
8
Mon
Girls Who Code Summer Camp @ Thomas College
Jul 8 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Hosted by Educate Maine at Thomas College. Participants dive into the world of coding, developing foundational skills in a fun and supportive environment.

Students must provide their own transportation to camp and bring their own laptop, iPad or device. If transportation or technology is a barrier, please email shelby@educatemaine.org.
FMI: +12072120989

Jul
9
Tue
Girls Who Code Summer Camp @ Thomas College
Jul 9 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Hosted by Educate Maine at Thomas College. Participants dive into the world of coding, developing foundational skills in a fun and supportive environment.

Students must provide their own transportation to camp and bring their own laptop, iPad or device. If transportation or technology is a barrier, please email shelby@educatemaine.org.
FMI: +12072120989

Jul
10
Wed
Girls Who Code Summer Camp @ Thomas College
Jul 10 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Hosted by Educate Maine at Thomas College. Participants dive into the world of coding, developing foundational skills in a fun and supportive environment.

Students must provide their own transportation to camp and bring their own laptop, iPad or device. If transportation or technology is a barrier, please email shelby@educatemaine.org.
FMI: +12072120989

Jul
11
Thu
Girls Who Code Summer Camp @ Thomas College
Jul 11 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Hosted by Educate Maine at Thomas College. Participants dive into the world of coding, developing foundational skills in a fun and supportive environment.

Students must provide their own transportation to camp and bring their own laptop, iPad or device. If transportation or technology is a barrier, please email shelby@educatemaine.org.
FMI: +12072120989