09/20/23 - 10/01/23 at 12:00 am
The Mid Coast Hospital Auxiliary’s 2023 Holiday Wreath Sale is fast approaching and we would like to invite your business to purchase your holiday wreaths from us this holiday season. Wreaths provided through Skillins will have a red bow, are double sided and 18 inches in size. Wreaths and basket arrangements can be ordered until November 26.
ORDER WREATHS UNTIL OCTOBER 1 Wreaths will be delivered to your business before Thanksgiving beginning Friday, November 17.
The annual wreath sale helps the Auxiliary to continue its mission of raising funds to support Health Career Scholarships throughout our community.
The Mid Coast Hospital Auxiliary (MCHA) is delighted to offer holiday wreaths and other items to community members once again this year. The proceeds from this sale benefit the Auxiliary’s scholarship program, which awards one-year scholarships to both high school seniors as well as non-traditional applicants who wish to pursue a career in the health care field.
Orders can be paid for and picked up at the Auxiliary’s Holiday Bazaar and Bake Sale on November 30 between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. at Mid Coast Hospital. The Bazaar and Bake Sale take place in the Mid Coast Hospital Café. Wreaths and arrangements can be picked up under the tent in the hospital’s Healing Garden.
Items available include:
Wreath with Forest Cone with Red Bow – $35
Wreath with Coastal Seashell with Red Bow – $35
Wreath with Combo (Cone & Seashell with Red Bow) – $45
Wreath with Plain with Red Bow – $25
Wreath with Plain without Bow – $20
Small Basket Arrangement – $15
Medium Basket Arrangement – $25
Large Basket Arrangement – $35
Auxiliary Cookbook – $20
Orders for wreaths and arrangements can be made by mail to 121 Medical Center Dr. Brunswick, ME, 04011 or by phone at (207) 373-2122.
For questions or to request an order form, please call the above number, or send an email to MCHAfundraising@gmail.com.
09/23/23 at 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Curtis Memorial Library is hosting a free exhibit of nearly 70 original illustrations from Robert McCloskey’s iconic Maine-based children’s books – ONE MORNING IN MAINE, TIME OF WONDER, BURT DOW DEEP-WATER MAN, and turning 75 this year . . . BLUEBERRIES FOR SAL, as well as the Boston classic MAKE WAY FOR DUCKLINGS.
The exhibit is open during library hours, and includes special programming throughout, including readings from Sal McCloskey herself, and drawing workshops led by co-presenters the Illustration Institute. Supported by the STK Foundation, Sherman’s Maine Coast Book Shops, L.L.Bean and Bath Savings Bank. Images on loan from the May Massee Collection, Special Archives, Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas. See full schedule at www.curtislibrary.com/mccloksey.
09/23/23 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Lemont Block Collective, 150 Maine Street in downtown Brunswick, will feature three local artists during an open house weekend, September 21 through 24. Underwater photographer Jonathan Lavan, Driftwood artist Chris Toy, and Tiffany Method glass artist Deborah J. Ripley are each Collective members and Mid Coast residents.
The Lemont Block Collective is an artist-run gallery featuring work from 23 Maine-based artists and makers. Begun as a pop-up in the Fall of 2020 by Cleo Vauban, in the newly renovated Lemont Block building, the Collective remains too successful to close. This September event launches the “Featured Artist Weekend” series of monthly spotlights on Collective artists.
On the 21st, naturalist, educator, and underwater photographer Jonathan Lavan will be the keynote speaker, introducing the audience to underwater photography and the world travel associated with it, in words and pictures. His work is on display at the Collective in multiple formats. The presentation will begin at approximately 5:30pm.
Retired educator Chris Toy will host on the evening of the 21st. Many will know Chris as an accomplished chef and cooking instructor, or perhaps as an international educational consultant, or as a Maine Guide. At the Collective, his mesmerizing mobiles and ‘stabiles’ made of driftwood, shells and other found materials are contemplative, beautiful and popular.
Former Community Health Educator Deborah J. Ripley turned to stained glass as a “bucket-list” hobby, late in life. Working with her hands, creating, and watching art come to life brought great joy and pleasure. She soon discovered an aptitude for the work and has continued pushing her own boundaries in 2- and 3-dimensional glass projects, expanding her skill set in both abstract and representational directions. On a sunny morning, the Collective is a-light with the beautiful results, in our east-facing windows.
Join us at the Lemont Block Collective, on Thursday, September 21, 2023, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and meet these Maine artists. The Featured Artist Weekend continues through 4pm Sunday the 24th, with expanded displays by these artists and increased access to the artists themselves. For more information, please call the Lemont Block Collective at: (207) 371-0115
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