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Full Color at Points of View Art Gallery in September 09/15/22 at 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Full Color at Points of View Art Gallery in September

Points of View Artists close their 2022 season with Full Color, a group exhibit in diverse media that celebrates the role of color and pattern in art – and reflects the vibrant colors of our Maine autumn.  Reception: Friday, September 9, 5-7 pm.   Gallery location and hours: 18 Pleasant Street; 9 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday.   FMI: povartistsmaine.com;   207-373-9300

Jr Development Tennis Program 09/15/22 at 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Jr Development Tennis Program

JDP is a program for junior high and high school players of all levels. JDP at Maine Pines meets three times a week and offers a combination of drill, instruction, and play. Tuesdays and Thursdays will be for drill and instruction; Fridays will be for match play with coaching. Participation in the JDP program includes a Junior Membership and discounts on tournaments, leagues, and individual instruction, as well as junior club tournaments. This program is perfect for the junior player who aspires to play high school or college tennis. Age exceptions can be made depending upon ability.

Meets Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. High School 4:00-5:00pm / Middle School 4:00-5:00pm

MONTHLY COST:
With Adult Family Member: $69/month (EFT only)
Without Adult Family Member: $79/month
Over the Counter (No EFT): $99/month

Joshua L. Chamberlain Legacy Lecture 09/15/22 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Joshua L. Chamberlain Legacy Lecture

CHAMBERLAIN LEGACY LECTURE 2022

Disability and the American Civil War

Thursday, September 15, 7pm, at Lemont Hall, Brunswick

Sarah Handley Cousins, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of History, University of Buffalo

This is a Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum Fundraiser and 194rd birthday celebration for the General. Light refreshments, cash bar… and cake!

Pejepscot History Center logoIntroduction by inaugural Chamberlain Legacy Lecture, Kanisorn Wongsrichanalai, Ph.D., Director of Research, Massachusetts Historical Society

Sarah Handley-Cousins is the author of Bodies in Blue: Disability in the Civil War Northpublished by the University of Georgia Press in 2019. She is also executive editor of the history blog Nursing Clio and producer of Dig: A History Podcast.

Dr. Handley-Cousins’s research explores how notions of masculinity changed in the 19th century as a result of war wounds, both external and internal. Bodies in Blue includes a full chapter dedicated to Chamberlain’s wounds and the affect they had on him (and his family) throughout his post-war life. During the talk, she will address how society’s ideas about disability were affected by the Civil War and by war in general, and how that impacts how we think about disability in our modern world.

We are excited to host this event in the newly restored Lemont Hall, on the second floor of the Lemont Block, on the corner of Maine and Pleasant Streets in Brunswick. Originally the Knights of Pythias Hall, the stunning room with its original dais and catwalk served as the venue for many compelling speeches and events in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Frederick Douglass spoke there during his visit to town. Chamberlain spoke there several times in his later life including as President of Bowdoin College.

Admission includes a free ticket to any regularly scheduled tour of the Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum. 

Tickets: $20 PHC Members, $30 General Admission, $15 Military/Veteran/Student

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