Children's Afterschool Art Program: Drawing and Shading
Free workshop for children in grades 5-8.
Space is limited. First come, first served.
Discussion of Updatng Design Standards in Damariscotta
Coastal Senior College
Join us on the first Thursday of every month for Teen Movie Nights! Stay tuned for details on upcoming movies. Free and open to all teens!
Geneaolgy Club FIELD TRIP IN AUGUSTA
* you are responsible for your own transport
Maine State Library (1) tour of the "Up Room" - Unlimited Possibilies Maker Space including scanning and 3-D printing, and (2) tour the geneaolgy collection
This 7-week series will be exploring the Book of Nehemiah. The group starts January 18, meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month, and concludes on April 19, 2017.
Training Session for Rotary
Acclaimed author Phillip Hoose will give a talk about youth activism throughout our nation's history. Hoose is the author of books, essays, stories, songs, and articles, including the National Book Award winning book Claudette Colvin: Twice Toward Justice, The Boys Who Challenged Hitler: Knud Pedersen and The Churchill Club and National Book Award Finalist We Were There, Too!: Young People in U.S. History. This program is organized in partnership with Lincoln Academy.
Genealogy Club Meeting
Topic: Discovering and Charting Your Ancestor's Medical Histories and Physical Traits
Are you a member of Rising Tide? Are you interested in the policies that help run the co-op? This committee will be meeting regularly to revise and update the policies and bylaws of the co-op. If you're interested in getting involved, contact Jessie for more information.
Entrepenuership in our Community
TIPS Training for on and off site alcohol service
Teen Science Board members work together to plan and run a series of talks with local STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) experts. This program is part of the National Teen Science Cafe initiative, provided through a partnership between the Skidompha Library and The Maine Math and Science Alliance (MMSA). This is the kick-off meeting - all interested teens are welcome!
Are you interested in learning how to use an abundant resource, sunlight, to save money and fight climate change at the same time? Do you want to learn about the hi-tech solar water heaters, photo voltaic panels and solar hot air heating systems? Do you want to know how and where to purchase solar equipment at wholesale prices? Or maybe you are just interested in learning where to get plans on how to build solar heated water troughs or bird baths that do not freeze in winter. Although listed as a solar energy course, it also covers a handyman’s guide to lowering your energy footprint and as a result, saving you money on both your heating and electrical bills. This course is not aimed at the wealthy but at the middle and low income home owner who is looking to save some money and help the planet at the same time. The course covers both hi-tech equipment and the construction of homemade solar panels, battery banks, solar hot water heaters, solar hot air systems, solar ovens and solar distillation units.
Please contact CLC Adult Ed about registering for this course.
Terry Marsh, Art Conservator, will lead informal conversation about best practices of document storage and handling.
Executive Director of Holocaust Center
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
Vania and Sonia and Masha and Spike
Michael Boriskin, founder and director of Copland House (Aaron Copland’s home in Westchester) and he will speak about Aaron Copland, his works and his legacy of supporting a generation of American composers.
Author Lynn Olson wrote
"Citizens of London" & "Those Angry Men"
Ken Burns Vietnam Documentary - A facilitated discussion
Display fron New Hope for Women
by Eugene Ionesco
All Men are Created Equal
The Curse of Minerva