09/19/22 at 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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
09/19/22 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Kids Orange Ball Tennis (Ages 8-11) at Maine Pines uses USTA approved 60’ courts and orang balls. Our certified pros will teach tennis skills and strategies through game based drills, as well as footwork patterns and coordination. Players will have fun while learning to play, enjoying the game right from the start!
Meets Monday and/or Wednesdays from 5-6 pm.
COST: 1 day/week = $40, 2 days/week = $65, 3 months/1 day = $110, 3 months/2 days = $180.
09/19/22 at 5:15 pm - 6:15 pm
Maine Pines Red Ball Tennis uses USTA approved red ball equipment. This program teaches young players hand eye coordination, tennis footwork and the basic skills and strategies of the game. Kids ages 4-7 will have fun while learning to play in a game based format. Free junior racquet with purchase of the 3-month option.
Meets Mondays and/or Wednesdays from 5:15-6pm.
COST: 1 day/week = $40, 2 days/week = $65, 3 months/1 day = $110, 3 months/2 days = $180
09/19/22 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Join our Teen Survivor Support Group!
Sexual Assault Support Services of Midcoast Maine (SASSMM) is holding virtual support group for teens (age 13-18) who have experienced sexual violence (like sexual harassment, sexual abuse, or sexual assault) this fall. The group will be Mondays 7 – 8:30pm on Zoom from September 12th – October 24th. If you live in Midcoast Maine and are interested, please fill out our support group interest form, making sure to check “teen survivors” for more information.
Questions? Contact email@example.com
09/19/22 at 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Karlyn Bowman of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) on “The Polls: What They Can and Can’t Tell Us”
For more than 80 years, polls have provided significant insights about American society. They have documented significant changes in our attitudes, but also substantial continuity. They have revealed significant contradiction or complexity in Americans’ opinions. Polls are too crude to make policy directly, but they can help policymakers understand what publics think. An intense focus on elections by the pollsters, while important, overshadows other important lessons from the polls about how and why our society has changed. Polls are under a cloud these days. The problems pollsters confronted in 2016 were not the same problems they found in 2020. We are likely to see polling innovations in 2022 and 2024, but can this valuable tool of our democracy be fixed?
Karlyn Bowman, a distinguished senior fellow emeritus at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), helped launch AEI’s work on public opinion in the late 1970s. In 1982, she started “Election Watch,” the longest-running political analysis program in Washington. She continues to compile and analyze American public opinion using available polling data on a variety of subjects, including the economy, the presidency, the environment and global warming, and women’s attitudes, and writes a weekly column for Forbes.com.
Ms. Bowman is the author of many extensive AEI Public Opinion Studies, including “The exit polls: A history and trends over times, 1972-2020” (AEI, 2022) and “Attitudes about abortion: A comprehensive review of polls from the 1970s to today” (AEI, 2021). In 2020, Karlyn Bowman received the Warren J. Mitofsky Award for Excellence in Public Opinion Research, one of the most prestigious honors in the public opinion field.
Sponsored by the Department of Government & Legal Studies with support from the John C. Donovan Lecture Fund, and the Office of the President of Bowdoin College.
Free and open to the public.
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