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Chanukah Pop-Up Shop 11/15/23 - 12/14/23 at 10:00 am - 2:30 pm

Chanukah Pop-Up Shop

A Chanukah Pop-Up Shop is coming to Brunswick! First Night of Chanukah is Thursday, December 7th, so visit the Chabad Jewish Center for your Chanukah gifts & cards, Menorahs, candles, holiday decorations, dreidels, crafts, and much more! Stop in for your FREE Menorah kit including candles. No purchase necessary.

For more information or extended hours, please call 207-370-4522 or email

Maine Made Market at Cook's Corner Mall 11/29/23 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Maine Made Market at Cook's Corner Mall

Maine Made Market Craft Show – November 22 through Christmas Eve. 10 AM – 5 PM Daily.

A variety of Artists and Makers located in the lobby at Cooks Corner Mall from Big Lots to TJ Max offer unique ideas for your holiday shopping.

•  Dust of the Earth Pottery – Contemporary stoneware hand crafted by Bob Metivier.  Bob uses bright and traditional glazes to enhance every decor
•   Maine Made Photos: Iconic Maine landscape photography. Photos on Canvas, Large and Small.
•   Worldly Delights – Hand loomed Alpaca sweaters, hats, socks, purses and more.  Unique jewelry and accent pieces perfect for your gift list.
•   Maine-ly Cats Forgotten Felines of Maine – Hand crafted items for all of your furry family members as well as gifts for giving
•   Backstop Baseball sports memorabilia
•   Robert of Maine Decor
•   Sweet Satisfaction Fudge – Everyone loves this Irresistible homemade fudge in a kaleidoscope of flavors! (12/10-12/23)
•   All About the Honey (12/10-12/24)

Give Diversity: Learn about our local bees & make them homes 11/29/23 at 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Give Diversity: Learn about our local bees & make them homes

Join the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust ( and Curtis Memorial Library for special two-part program to educate us on our local bees and how to support them.

First attend the lecture, “What’s the Buzz on Native Bees?”

State Apiarist Jennifer Lund has generously offered to answer all of our native bee questions, such as ‘What types of bees are found in Maine?’  and ‘Why are some bee species in decline? What can we do to protect bee populations in Maine? What plants encourage bees into our landscapes?’  Jennifer’s talk will focus on understanding basic bee biology, nesting requirements, and foraging behavior in order to answer these and many other common questions about bees.

Jennifer Lund is the State Apiarist with the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry.  She received her Master’s degree in Entomology from the University of Maine and has over 20 years of entomological experience.  Aside from managing the honeybee inspection program and helping Maine beekeepers, Jennifer has several of her own hives she maintains on her farm in Argyle Township, Maine.

Next stay to create your own native bee home. A variety of native bee habitats will be explained and then participants will use a selection of tools from our library of things ( to create their own native bee home.

Registration is required for the building portion of the evening, but the lecture is open to all with or without registration.

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Social Goose Bar 11/29/23 at 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Social Goose Bar

Join us for a BDA Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the official Grand Opening of Social Goose Bar on Wednesday, November 29th at 4 pm!

Help us celebrate with Grand Opening food & drink specials and giveaways! 

The Social Goose is a family friendly local sports pub offering a simple menu with great food and a variety of  beer options in Downtown Brunswick.



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