01/11/23 - 10/31/23 at All Day
MSMT's Turn Up the Limelight Campaign
In January, MSMT is launching the Turn Up The Limelight campaign. Our goal is to raise $500,000 by the end of the 2023 season. As a part of this campaign, we will be shedding some “limelight” on what it takes to produce Broadway-quality theatre in Brunswick, Maine with backstage tours, exclusive interviews with our annual and production staff, and inside looks at the MSMT production process. For more information please visit: msmt.org
02/01/23 - 05/31/23 at All Day
Bouquets to brighten someone's day
Edible Arrangements would like to offer you an opportunity to purchase floral bouquets at a great price-$20! Each Wednesday they receive a limited supply of bouquets that go unsold and would rather they be used to brighten someone’s day. Bouquets vary in variety (roses sometimes available) and size, and are on a first-come, first-served basis at their location at 2 Station Avenue in Brunswick.
The bouquets are wrapped only and are not available for delivery or reservation, but stop by and see if you can grab a bunch for someone who needs a floral uplift! Call or stop by for more information. See sample photos below
02/01/23 - 02/28/23 at All Day
Longfellow Days 2023
We’re back again with full programming after a two-year absence. Join us as we embark on a month-long celebration of Longfellow, poetry, and community. All events are free!
LONGFELLOW DAYS 2023
02/08/23 at 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Ice Harvesting on the Kennebec River
Midcoast Senior College presents its FREE “Winter Wisdom” series sponsored by The Highlands. Each week presents a new topic and speaker.
This illustrated lecture will explore the harvesting and export of natural ice—an industry that was a staple of Maine’s (once) frigid winters. Maine ice had a reputation as the thickest, purest ice money could buy, and clean Kennebec ice was advertised up and down the East Coast as the premier product. In addition to giving a brief explanation of ice harvesting, this talk, accompanied by old black and white photos from the 1800s, will explore how Maine ice-built riches and political controversy, and how natural ice stayed competitive in the face of technological advances. Christopher Timm is Executive Director of Maine Maritime Museum, which works to preserve and share Maine’s vibrant maritime culture. Chris previously served as Chief Curator and Director of External Affairs.His curatorial work focused on expanding the museum’s mission to consider globalization, cultural idetnity, and environmental themes; as Executive Director he now continues this work to expand the museum’s audience and civic mission. Prior to joining the museum in 2016, he taught at Florida State University.
More details on our website at midcoastseniorcollege.org/programs/winter-wisdom
02/08/23 at 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
CCL Brunswick-Bath Chapter Meeting
Work within the communities of Mid Coast Maine to advocate, educate and build political will to enact bipartisan federal climate legislation.
We meet at the Curtis Memorial Library, 2nd Floor #206, in Brunswick and on zoom – from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month. Email the group leaders to get the zoom link: email@example.com.
02/08/23 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Live Music Every Wednesday at Pat's Pizza
Join us for Live Music Every Wednesday from 6 pm – 8 pm
$5 Jack Daniels Drinks
Adam Babcock – January 18 & Feb 1
Char Reilly – January 25 & Feb 8
February 1 at 6 PM: Adam Babcock
Tj Swan – February 15
Tristin & Mike – February 22
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