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05/11/23-05/17/23 at All Day

Amtrak Downeaster - Mother's Day Flash Sale

This Mother’s Day celebrate with discounted Downeaster travel and save now when you book through May 17th, 2023. Buy One, Bring One Half OFF! Plus, all kids ages 2-12 ride 50% off. Discounts work on the same reservation!

Valid for travel June 1st, 2023 – August 30th, 2023.

Plan ahead this Summer and SAVE on a getaway for the whole family. Restrictions may apply. 

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Village Improvement Association Annual Meeting 05/11/23 at 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Village Improvement Association Annual Meeting

Village Improvement Association – The 145th Annual Meeting Thursday, May 11, 2023 3:00 p.m. Curtis Memorial Library, Morrell Meeting Room.

Meeting and updates on VIA activities.
From Swamp to Centerpiece 200 Years of the Brunswick Mall

Jym St. Pierre Director of Maine RESTORE: Editor of the Maine Environmental News website and is involved with a number of other nonprofit groups as well as local committees Dues: $1.00 per year.

After School Inclusive Music 05/11/23 at 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm

After School Inclusive Music

After School Music with 317 Main Community Music Center*

Children will use their bodies, voices, and a variety of instruments to explore rhythms and musical concepts such as pitch, tempo, and dynamics. They will play as a group and have individual activities using new songs and familiar favorites.

FREE and open for children pre-k through elementary ages accompanied by a parent, guardian, or trusted adult. 

CLICK HERE to register

CLICK HERE for more information about AOEC’s Horizons Music Programs

*These sessions take place at AOEC Brunswick

Every second + fourth Thursday through June 2023, 4:00 PM – 4:45 PM. 

Pejepscot History Center Presents: Steps in Time: Dance as Cultural Performance with June Vail 05/11/23 at 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Pejepscot History Center Presents: Steps in Time: Dance as Cultural Performance with June Vail

Steps in Time: Dance as Cultural Performance
with June Vail
Thursday, May 11 at 5:30pm, at PHC

Dancing, movement, music, expression. These things are as natural to humans as breathing. Yet within this universal activity there are thousands of varieties all over the world that have developed in conjunction with the societies and peoples who practice them.

In this generously illustrated talk, Bowdoin professor emerita June Vail takes a look at changing attitudes toward Western theatrical and social dance forms and non-Eurocentric traditions. What are some common assumptions about dance as an art form, social dance, folk dance, religious ritual, and many other forms of human movement? If we think of dances as cultural performances ? that they embody, comment on, or challenge certain social norms or aesthetic values ? does that imply that all dances are “ethnic?” And what does this mean for participants and viewers?

W?e invite you to join us as we ask these questions and more, thinking about dance in new and exciting ways as part of our 2023 focus Fine / Folk: Critiquing Our Artistic Past.

Tickets: $8 PHC Members; $12 General Admission. Admission price includes a drink and light refreshments.


ArtBar 05/11/23 at 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm


ArtBar is ArtVan’s take on “Paint & Sip” workshops. At ArtVan we focus on the process of creating art rather than the final product. Each participant works on an original inspiration so at the end of the night, each artwork is unique. For a modest fee, participants are invited to paint with the guidance of ArtVan’s professional staff, similar to how we invite our program groups to express themselves. Although this is not a therapy group, it is an experience of creativity. We provide a canvas, paints, brushes, drawing materials, and any artistic support needed.

Taking place at OneSixtyFive. Cash bar available. No outside food or drinks permitted.

Registration is required, and may be done here.

Introduction to Mindfulness 05/11/23 at 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Introduction to Mindfulness

Are you feeling stressed, depleted or run down? Wishing you could find more peace or joy in your everyday life? Please join us for a 9-week mindfulness class based on the book “Mindfulness: Finding Peace in a Frantic World” by Mark Williams and Danny Penman. Together, we will discuss its teachings, and learn mindfulness practices that can reconnect you to a greater sense of ease and enjoyment in your life.

This program is open to all adults. No prior experience with mindfulness is needed.
Program cost is $150 and includes the book. Please register by calling (207) 373-6585.


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