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Events - Apr 25 17

04/25/17 at 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Adult Tennis 123

Join us for Adult Tennis 123! It’s perfect for the player who is new to the game or coming back after a break!

Cost is $55 for a month and includes 3 lessons, free weekend court time, all fitness and yoga classes, etc!

The session time choices are: Tues. 9-10 am, Wed. 6-7 pm, and Sat. 10-11 am. It meets for 3 sequential weeks starting the beginning of each month. Classes are a lot of fun and we hope you will join us!

Email ag4tennis@yahoo.com FMI.

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New Ventures Maine logo 04/25/17 at 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Career Planning Workshop

Prepare for your next career with a plan that’s right for you. In this class you will review your skills, interests, and experiences and relate them to occupations, identify educational opportunities, research the local job market, and develop a step-by-step plan to achieve your goals. Whether you are unemployed, underemployed, or considering a career change, this class will help you achieve career success.

Graduates of Career Planning are eligible to apply for the University of Maine at Augusta GEN Scholarship, to be used at any UMA location.

Register online: newventuresmaine.com/schedules/career-planning-27

For more information or to register by phone, please contact Erica Quin-Easter at 386-1664 or erica.quineaster@maine.edu.

New Ventures Maine

04/25/17 at 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Tuesday Night Plat du Jour Dinners

Enjoy dinner by the fire every Tuesday evening featuring creative local fare by Chef Ali Waks-Adams. Reservations suggested. Call or visit our website for each week’s menu. 7294914

www.thebrunswickinn.com

Joshua Chamberlain Statue

Joshua Chamberlain Statue

Curtis Memorial Library logo 04/25/17 at 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Decision Making in Times of Injustice

This program gives participants an awareness of the enormity of the crimes committed during the Nazi Holocaust and helps them grasp the fact that thousands of ordinary people participated in perpetrating these crimes, while thousands more stood by as quiet witnesses. The material in this program reminds us of the importance of living in a democracy whose citizens are capable of making informed judgments, not only on behalf of themselves, but on behalf of a larger community.

Presented by Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine Executive Director Liz Helitzer, and Program Director David Greenham.

This program is part of the One Book, One Community initiative.

For more information: www.curtislibrary.com/communityread.

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