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06/25/18 - 06/29/18 at 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

Maine Pines Tennis Camp at Bowdoin

Junior Camp Daily Program

8:45- 12:15 Strokes & Tactics Game based play that combines stroke execution and tactics. The camp prides itself in making learning tennis fun and easy.

12:15-1:30 Pool and lunch

1:30-3:30 Davis Cup Play Each child is placed on a team for the week
-Each team competes both on and off the court
-Strokes, strategy, managing a match, working with a partner, being part of a team are all learned during Davis Cup Play

Cost $285, Register here: Maine Pines Tennis Camp at Bowdoin , Call 729-8433 FMI.

06/27/18 at 8:30 am - 9:30 am

A Community Conversation with Lois Skillings

A Community Conversation with Lois Skillings, President and CEO of Mid Coast-Parkview Health
This event is free and open to the public and is a chance for everyone to get informed on the recent changes in the Healthcare system both on a national level and on a local level too. Lois Skillings will be giving her perspective on where the state of healthcare is and give insights into where she sees it going from her decades of experience in this region, including what it will mean for the citizens of the Midcoast.

This is our first event in the “Chamber Presents…” series and we really want it to be a success, so we can build 3-4 of these events annually.
Please consider this a personal invitation to attend this free event and an invitation for you to invite any colleagues who you think may be interested. We have room for up to 80 attendees and we would love to get those seats filled. You must register to attend for food preparation and seating. Breakfast will be served. Please register today! www.midcoastmaine.com/calendar/event/10011

Healthcare is an overriding and important issue for all of us personally but also as a business community. You should gain some great knowledge of healthcare systems and secondarily have a chance for a little breakfast and some networking.

Please attend if you can, and please feel free to invite someone to join you too.

06/27/18 at 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Animal Camp

Coastal Humane Society and Lincoln County Animal Shelter’s Animal Camp is  a fun and educational experience that is all animals all week long! Campers spend time each day interacting with  animals, hearing from shelter professionals, and taking part in fun activities that help animals and raise awareness about sheltering and other animal-related issues. Campers will not only learn about shelter pets, but also wildlife, farm, and even exotic animals!  Camps meet daily for one week and are offered to kids entering grades 1-2, 3-4, and 5-6.

For more information visit www.coastalhumanesociety.org/animalcamp

06/27/18 at 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Points of View Art Gallery exhibits Earth and Sky

Points of View Artists Barbara and Craig Snapp are joined by guest artists Priscilla and David McKeith for Earth and Sky beginning on June 4.  Their show includes stunning landscapes from Maine to California.  On the 3rd floor, Alan Mast uses collage to craft fanciful artwork in Visual Entertainments. Reception:  Friday, June 8, 5-7 pm.   Gallery location and hours:  18 Pleasant Street;  9 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday. FMIpovartistsmaine.com; 207-373-9300.

06/27/18 at 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Brews for a Cause: Maine Huts & Trails

Come join us at Flight Deck Brewing for a special Brews for a Cause. During their Wed night event, Flight Deck donates 20% of all draft beer sales and 100% of all bar tips to a local non-profit. On June 27th, Maine Huts & Trails is the lucky recipient!

We will have a special presentation from the crew of the 100 Mile Wild Threlkeld Outdoor. You won’t want to miss this visual journey of the team’s winter expedition through the remote and rugged 100 Mile Wilderness.

There will be giveaways from our friends at Good To-Go, along with Maine Huts & Trails surprises. This will be a night of fun, learning and supporting your local community all in one event. Come on out for a delicious brew and a wonderful cause.

5 pm – 9 pm
6 pm – ?Presentation

06/27/18 at 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Garden Workshop – Growing, Gathering & Using Plants as Medicine

From gathering what grows abundantly in our region to cultivating and preparing medicinal herbs, Lucretia Woodruff of Milkweed Farm will share stories and insights from her own experience as mother, herbalist and farmer.

$5 suggested donation

This is a postponed Winter Garden Workshop, one of a series of workshops put on by the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust’s Tom Settlemire Community Garden. The Workshops are a wonderful opportunity each winter to learn from master gardeners through practical lectures and hands-on training. Gardeners of all levels can improve their skills.

The workshops focus on organic gardening methods and provide information about topics such as choosing plant varieties, starting seedlings, permaculture, the use of native plants, soil enrichment and mulching, gardening in small spaces, and controlling common pests and disease.

06/27/18 - 08/29/18 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Music on the Mall

Music on the Mall, Downtown Brunswick’s Summer Concert Series, presents FREE concerts Wednesday evenings at 6PM* throughout the summer on the Brunswick TownMOM text test new color Mall (Green, see map). Grab a blanket or chair, bring your family and friends, order a picnic dinner or dine at a local Brunswick restaurant, then relax and enjoy great music. FREE Admission.

**August 22nd Concert rescheduled to Thursday, August 23rd at 6 PM with Cilantro! 

Download the concert schedule here.
In the case of inclement weather, rain date performances will be held on Thursdays when available, check back for updates. 

Photos by The Tiffany Studio

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer 2018 concert schedule:

DATEBAND/PERFORMER
June 27Cilantro - Classics from the past 50 years with blended harmonies and delicate instrumentation
July 5* ThursdayThe Desperate Man's Blues Explosion - Blues, Rock, Gospel, Southern Rock, Soul & Funk
*Concert takes place on Thursday due to Independence Day on Wednesday the 4th.
July 11JimmyJo & the Jumbol’Ayuhs - Cajun & Zydeco
July 18Debbie Myers and the "Redneck Rodeo" - Up tempo rhythms and moving ballads of traditional country songs
July 25Pat Colwell and the Soul Sensations - A powerful mix of Motown/Memphis Soul Music.
August 1Children's Night with Anne Sparling - Children's sing-a-long, bring instruments to shake and play! Concert starts at 5 PM
August 8Dirty McCurdy - A musical ride through the decades.
August 15
Concert begins at 5:30
Maine State Music Theatre Night - Enjoy a variety of performers from MSMT's shows. Begins at 5:30!
August 22Mes Amis - Gypsy Jazz / CANCELLED due to weather - rescheduled to Aug. 23 with Cilantro.
August 29Three's Country - Country rock

 

 

 

 


06/27/18 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Music on the Mall - Summer Concert Series

Music on the Mall, Downtown Brunswick’s Summer Concert Series, presents FREE concerts Wednesday* evenings at 6PM** throughout the summer on the Brunswick Town Mall (Green, see map). Grab a blanket or chair, bring your family and friends, order a picnic dinner or dine at a local Brunswick restaurant, then relax and enjoy great music. FREE Admission.
     ** Children’s Night concert begins at 5 PM.

Download the concert schedule here.

BDA’s Music on the Mall Summer Concerts kick off on Wednesday, June 27th with Cilantro!  

June 27 concert sponsored by:
Sunnybrook Brunswick, Me logo

 

 

 

Summer 2018 concert schedule:

DATEBAND/PERFORMER
June 27Cilantro - Classics from the past 50 years with blended harmonies and delicate instrumentation
July 5* ThursdayThe Desperate Man's Blues Explosion - Blues, Rock, Gospel, Southern Rock, Soul & Funk
*Concert takes place on Thursday due to Independence Day on Wednesday the 4th.
July 11JimmyJo & the Jumbol’Ayuhs - Cajun & Zydeco
July 18Debbie Myers and the "Redneck Rodeo" - Up tempo rhythms and moving ballads of traditional country songs
July 25Pat Colwell and the Soul Sensations - A powerful mix of Motown/Memphis Soul Music.
August 1Children's Night with Anne Sparling - Children's sing-a-long, bring instruments to shake and play! Concert starts at 5 PM
August 8Dirty McCurdy - A musical ride through the decades.
August 15
Concert begins at 5:30
Maine State Music Theatre Night - Enjoy a variety of performers from MSMT's shows. Begins at 5:30!
August 22Mes Amis - Gypsy Jazz / CANCELLED due to weather - rescheduled to Aug. 23 with Cilantro.
August 29Three's Country - Country rock

 

 

06/27/18 at 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Brahms, Smit, & Beethoven

Amid favorites from Brahms and Beethoven, this evening’s concert also features the work of Leo Smit, the Amsterdam-born composer whose musical language matured in the Parisian milieu of Stravinsky and Milhaud. His Quintet was one of several pieces composed for Dutch virtuoso harpist Rosa Spier before both were captured by the Nazis during World War II. Spier was eventually released from Theresienstadt; Smit was murdered at Sobibór at the age of 43.

JOHANNES BRAHMS
Violin Sonata No. 2 in A Major, Op. 100
Robin Scott, violin • Elinor Freer, piano

LEO SMIT
Quintet for Flute, String Trio, and Harp
Linda Chesis, flute • Janet Ying, violin • Carol Rodland, viola • Jeffrey Zeigler, cello • June Han, harp

Intermission

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
Piano Trio No. 5 in D Major, Op. 70, No. 1 “Ghost”
Ani Schnarch, violin • Jeffrey Zeigler, cello • Tao Lin, piano

Please join us following the performance for a reception at The Brunswick Inn.

06/27/18 at 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Midcoast Senior College Free Summer Wisdom Lecture Series

Midcoast Senior College presents “Summer Wisdom 2018,” a free lecture series sponsored by Sunnybrook Senior Living Community. All lectures are open to the public and are held at Curtis Memorial Library on Wednesdays at 7:30 pm in June 2018. Further details may be found at: midcoastseniorcollege.org.

June 27: Richard Neiman, M.D., looks at “Salk vs. Sabin: The Conflict over the Eradication of Polio.” The eradication of polio is one of medicine’s greatest triumphs. However, the development of effective vaccines was marked by infighting, sniping and medical activities that would be banned today. This presentation will outline that fascinating story. Dr. Neiman is Emeritus Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and of Internal Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine. He has had a longtime interest in the history of medicine.

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