10/06/22 at 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The BDA Speaker Series presents “What’s Old is New Again”.
Join us for the BDA Fall Speaker Series featuring Aaron Turkel and Cleo Vauban owners and restorers of the Lemont Building. The event will take place in the newly restored Lemont Hall, originally the Knights of Pythias Hall, located on the second floor of the Lemont Block (corner of Maine and Pleasant Streets). According to the Pejepscot History Center, this 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.
Preservation Awards will be presented to the Lemont Building, The Tontine, and the Village Improvement Association.
$20 per person. Lite refreshments available. Cash Bar.
The Downtown Preservation Awards are presented annually in recognition of people and organizations that have created tangible value in the heart of the community through renovation or restoration of existing buildings or through new construction that restores and enhances the traditional streetscape. Retail, residential, and institutional buildings are eligible for consideration as are infrastructure improvements. Projects completed in the prior ten years may be nominated.
2022 Presenting Sponsors – Thank You!
10/06/22 - 10/09/22 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The team at Vessel & Vine will be creating a four course meal highlighting crops grown by BTLT volunteers as well as African crops grown by members of the New Mainer community in Brunswick, all from the Tom Settlemire Community Garden.
Vessel and Vine’s coursed dinners use locally produced food, often highlight the culinary traditions of cultures from around the world, and include adult beverage pairings. Follow Vessel & Vines social media or sign up for their newsletter to learn more about the menu for the weekend.
The dinner series will take place on Vessel & Vine’s outdoor porch. The porch has heaters, but warm clothing is encouraged. Tickets are $100 (plus tax and gratuity) and include a $20 donation to BTLT.
To make a reservation for the dinner contact Vessel and Vine at email@example.com or call 1-207-721-3000.
10/06/22 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
All are welcome to Southern Maine Astronomers’ monthly club meeting on Thursday, October 6th, 2022. The meeting will feature a talk by Tara Roberts Zabriskie, Producer and Director, of a new short film on the effects of light pollution, especially in our home state of Maine. The meeting will include the showing of the 35 minute film, ‘Defending the Dark,’ followed by a discussion with Ms. Zabriskie on the making of the film and her motivation in doing so.
The meeting will occur on Zoom at 7pm. We will also have a tour of the constellations Lyra and Lacerta.
To get the Zoom link, please click the ‘Contact Us’ form on our website at southernmaineastronomers.org. We look forward to seeing you there!
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