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Events - May 29 18

03/24/18 - 06/09/18 at 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Spring Slot Car Race Series

Come have some fun, a little friendly competition on the track, and meet a new group of friends.  Our second race series is about to begin.  All ages and experience levels welcome!  Stop in for more information or call us at (207) 729-9545.

05/01/18 - 05/31/18 at 8:00 am - 5:30 pm

Peanut Butter & Jelly Drive

During the month of May,  join Bangor Savings Bank in the fight against hunger by donating peanut butter and jelly. All donations will be distributed to local food pantries. Drop off your donation at any Bangor Savings Bank branch. Take a photo of yourself donating and send to socialmedia@bangor.com and we will upload to our Facebook page.

For every #SelflessSelfie we receive, Bangor Savings Bank will donate 2 additional jars of peanut butter to the drive!

05/29/18 at 12:00 am

Adult Tennis Beginner 123

Looking to learn the sport of a lifetime? Played before but haven’t picked up a racket in awhile? Adult Tennis 123 is perfect for you!

You will learn all tennis strokes over the course of a month. Session start the beginning of each month; choose from one of the following: Tues. 9-10am, Wed. 6-7pm, or Sat. 10-11am. Cost is $55 and includes free court time on the weekends, a free cardio tennis class, a free social tennis mixer, and more! There is an option to join fitness and yoga as well.

Right now there is a half price Groupon for Maine Pines Tennis 123: www.groupon.com/deals/maine-pines-racquet-fitness-1-3. Call 729-8433 or email jason.terry718@gmail.com. See you on the courts.

05/29/18 at 6:00 am - 8:30 pm

Sustainable ME: Wabanaki Traditions

Join us as we learn about a garden program sponsored by Gedakina. Come hear about the restoration of Indigenous Three Sisters gardens on the traditional planting fields along the Sandy River here in Maine. We’ll share about our old varieties of corn, beans and squash that span back over 1200 years. Did you know there are several other plants which are found within the traditional Wabanaki system? We’ll also discuss our wild gardens, and how these places require active maintenance to keep in balance for all creatures to enjoy.

http://www.curtislibrary.com/sustainableme/

05/29/18 at 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Then and Now exhibit at Points of View Art Gallery

Points of View Artists open their 2018 gallery season with Then and Now, showing artwork that reflects the artistic development each artist has experienced over the years.  With works by 14 artists – each of whom has shifted in technique and approach – the exhibit presents an abundance of artistic diversity. 

Reception:  Friday, May 11, 5-7 pm.   Gallery location and hours:  18 Pleasant Street;  9 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday.   FMI:  povartistsmaine.com; 373-9300

05/29/18 at 3:45 pm - 4:30 pm

Creative Movement

Studio 48 Performing Arts Center is launching a new program for Toddlers starting the week of November 6, 2017.

  • Mondays- Twinkle Star Dance 2-3 pm,  Tumble Tots  3-4 pm  Petite Ballet (ages 5-8) 4-5 pm
  • Tuesdays- Creative Movement   3:45-4:30 pm

  • Wednesdays – Twinkle Star Dance  2-3 pm,  Tumble Tots 3-4 pm
  • Fridays –   November 10-December 22  ( 6 week program),   Fairy Tale Theater  1:20-2:30 pm
  • Fridays –  January 12-February 16, 2018  (6 week program),  Tiny Tot String Class   1:30-2:30 pm
  • Saturdays-  Broadway Baby Class  9:15-10 am 

To download a brochure, visit us on the web at www.studio48pac.com and on the home page download our brochure.

05/29/18 at 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Tuesday Night Plat du Jour at The Brunswick Inn

The place to be on Tuesday nights! Locally sourced creative cuisine by Chef Ali Waks-Adams. 

See upcoming menus.  Call today to book your table!

Each Tuesday, Chef Ali Waks Adams creates a unique three course menu with two options per course for a fixed price of $40 per person. Menu options span the globe and feature creative cuisine culled from local purveyors. The local, seasonal dishes are curated to create a cohesive dining experience. Past dinners have paid homage to well known chefs, complimentary flavor components,  seasonal items such as Maine scallops and heirloom vegetables, as well as the cuisines of  Southern France, Northern Italy, Morocco, Mexico, Northern Europe, Eastern Europe and more. Click here for a link to past menus.

Our carefully chosen wine list compliments the diverse cuisine and offers selections for those looking to discover something new or enjoy a glass of a favorite varietal.

EXECUTIVE CHEF ALI WAKS ADAMS

A native New Yorker, Ali moved to Maine in 2014 after 15 years in Philadelphia. Her NYC career began in the Theater transitioning into a career in Special Events, once she realized that she enjoyed being paid to work. In Philadelphia, she was a fixture in the restaurant world. Ali was the owner of Bella, an American Bistro, a farm to table restaurant in the early 2000s, worked various front of the house and back of the house positions, ran small restaurant PR and marketing company, and, finally heeded the siren call of the stove, attending culinary school after 10 years in the biz.

Ali fell in love with Maine on her first visit, and since moving to here she has immersed herself in the local food scene, reveling in it’s quality and abundance. Ali is also the Producer and Chef/Partner of Butter+Salt Pop Up along with food writer/chef Christine Burns Rudalevige. She lives in Brunswick with her husband, 3 cats and 2 birds and has just become a member of the New England Chapter of Les Dames D’Escoffier. 

05/29/18 at 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Wabanaki Traditions

Come hear about the restoration of Indigenous Three Sisters gardens on the traditional planting fields along the Sandy River here in Maine.  We’ll share about our old varieties of corn, beans and squash that span back over 1200 years. 

Did you know there are several other plants which are found within the traditional Wabanaki system?  We’ll also discuss our wild gardens, and how these places require active maintenance to keep in balance for all creatures to enjoy.

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