01/01/22 - 01/31/22 at All Day
For the month of January, we’re teaming up with Coastal Performance to offer a bi-weekly membership for only $150! Start date can be any time between January 1st and 31st and runs for 30 days from the time of sign up. Open to anyone that has no previous membership with either facility (already a member and interested? Let’s chat!).
Membership includes 8 visits at each facility to be used within 30 days of sign up. Valid on all classes at Spark Cycling and all group classes at Coastal Performance. Unused passes expire immediately after 30 days. Membership does not auto-renew, is non-refundable, and non-transferable.
Please email email@example.com for more information and sign up!
01/03/22 - 01/31/22 at All Day
It’s the last chance to get season subscriptions for Maine State Music Theatre’s 2022 season at the lowest price (up to 30% off the price of single tickets) and for current subscribers to keep their same seats! The deadline is January 31, 2022, after which any non-renewed seats are released to the general public and prices raise to the single ticket price.
Visit msmt.org/subscribe for more info.
01/03/22 - 01/31/22 at 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Check out People Plus for everything you need to stay healthy, engaged, and busy this coming year! When your body is moving, your brain is working, you’re eating well, and having fun with others, then you’ve got the full package of wellness.
Join us at the Center for clubs, games, lectures, meals, exercise classes, technology support, daily phone calls, grocery and pharmacy deliveries, videos and more! There is always something going on — and in January it’s all free for new attendees, all the time! Membership not required! As we enter 2022, let’s resolve to make it our best year ever!
01/26/22 - 01/29/22 at All Day
Wed Jan 26 | 1pm, 4pm, 7pm
When dictator Robert Mugabe was removed from power in a military coup, the generals promised they would not seize control for themselves but would ensure democracy in a national election. Against a backdrop of economic crisis, food shortages, and political violence, the stakes could not be higher.Working to defeat the ruling party, which has controlled Zimbabwe since independence, is the young and charismatic Nelson Chamisa, who draws comparisons to a young Nelson Mandela in expressing the country’s utmost desire to be “governed” and not “ruled”. After decades of a corrupt elite clinging to power using any tool available—legal or not—can a free, fair, and credible election be truly possible? As the follow-up to her widely acclaimed 2014 documentary DEMOCRATS, Camilla Nielsson brings viewers into the heart of the struggle for power with stunningly close access and unhesitating courage, in a nation closely monitored by the entire world. President is a riveting and epic reminder that, while individuals and their specific ideals may differ, the fight for democracy is never-ending and of profound significance everywhere.
01/29/22 at 10:00 am - 11:00 am
“Monster Got Your Back” Radio Play – AGES 9-12
This online class will be held on Zoom and use other online platforms to create a radio play! TTP alum Audrey Burns will use theater games, warm-ups and acting basics to bring to life the script “Monster Got Your Back” written by Putnam Smith.
SATURDAYS JANUARY 29th – MARCH 12th, 10:00 AM- 11:00 AM
Meet Zeeta, her younger brother Wolf, and her cousin Wren— just a few kids trying to enjoy a hot summer day on the beach. There are rumors circulating, however, about the legend of a monster who lives in the caves at the far end of the be
ach. Rumors, of course, often prove to be untrue. In this case, as our friends are about to discover, the truth turns out to be a little more complicated than separating fact from fiction, the natural from the supernatural. The truth about the reality of monsters turns out to be a lot closer to home.
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