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Events - Apr 3 19

03/25/19 - 05/25/19 at All Day

FREE Training Session through Training for a Cause

Join us for a FREE training session, with donation to Midcoast Humane, at a time that is best for your schedule.

We would love to meet you, learn more about your health & fitness goals, and have you experience a group personal training session with us.

Schedule a quick call to enroll in your Free Training Session.  The purpose of this call is to learn more about you and your exercise experience, and register you for a training session that is appropriate for you.

Go to to schedule a call to enroll in your training session.

Thank you for your interest in our training programs and for your support of the amazing work that Midcoast Humane does!  Our recommended cash donation is $20 because this is how much it costs to support an animal for one day at Midcoast Humane!  You can also donate much needed supplies.  Your donation amount & type is completely up to you.  Every little bit helps and we are so grateful for your contribution!

To learn more about Training for a Cause and to see a list of supplies that Midcoast Humane really needs go to

04/03/19 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Dogs at Work in the North

Dogs have been working companions to Inuit for over 1000 years, yet social and environmental changes are threatening their place in Inuit society. This photo exhibit examines past and contemporary use of dogs.

04/03/19 at 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Facets of Maine– Art Show Opening

Thornton Oaks Retirement Community invites the public to the opening reception of Facets of Maine, an exhibit by Judy Conlan, Wednesday, April 3, at 4:00 p.m. in the Merrymeeting Room at 25 Thornton Way, Brunswick. The public is welcome to attend. There is no admission fee.

“I have been drawing since I was a young girl,” says Judy. “My mother enrolled me in an impressionistic art class. It was then that I started oil painting including plein air painting.”

“Coming from Massachusetts, once I discovered Maine I knew this was where I was born to live.” Judy found a supportive art community and became part of a group that started the Centre Street Arts Gallery in Bath.

Judy graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and later became the assistant director to the Children’s Art Center in the Boston. “My art has been a real balance in my life—I find it meditative, creative and challenging.”

The exhibit will run through April and May. After the opening reception, call the Thornton Oaks office at 373-4600 for best times for viewing.

Thornton Oaks Retirement Community is a homeowners cooperative and includes 46 cottages and 98 apartments nestled in 29 wooded acres in Brunswick. Thornton Oaks is affiliated with Mid Coast-Parkview Health.

Contact: Don Kniseley, Executive Director, 207-373-4600

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