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Get Fit and Have Fun for Free in January 01/02/24 - 01/31/24 at All Day

Get Fit and Have Fun for Free in January

Making resolutions to get fit or try something new? Do it for free at People Plus! Try any of the exercise classes and clubs during January for free at the Center. Executive Director Stacy Frizzle-Edgerton explains, “this is more about getting new folks into new experiences,” she said, “we’re confident if they try it, they’ll like it!” The Center currently offers a dozen fitness classes each week, varying from Zumba to Tai Chi. All of the instructor led courses are available to members for a cost of only $5 a session ($10 non-members).

“The goal is to get folks engaged,” Frizzle explained, “This offer is for new attendees to try classes and clubs to see if they like it. We’re confident they will. There is no better investment than the one we all make in our own personal health. What a way to start the New Year!”

This offer is free and open to the public. Call the Center at 729-0757 if you have questions or want to sign up or visit for more information and a complete calendar.

The History and Future of Maine Land Conservation 01/17/24 at 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

The History and Future of Maine Land Conservation

Midcoast Senior College presents a FREE event, The History and Future of Maine Land Conservation with Tim Glidden. Sponsored by The Highlands of Topsham, Maine, this lecture will explore the future challenges Maine faces from climate change and potential climate-driven immigration as it impacts the future of land conservation. Tim Glidden has had a long career in many aspects of Maine conservation and recently retired as President of the Maine Coast Heritage Trust. He has degrees in Environmental Studies from Colby College and Forestry Science from Yale University.

For more information, visit or call Midcoast Senior College at 207-725-4900.

Winter Wisdom Series - Midcoast Senior College

Brews for a Cause 01/17/24 at 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Brews for a Cause

Come out for some refreshment, socializing, and a little local history as Flight Deck Brewing’s “Brews for a Cause” features Pejepscot History Center! 20% of the evening’s proceeds go to our mission to save and share the history of Brunswick, Topsham, and Harpswell. Door prizes and fun history factoids!

Pejepscot History Center (159 Park Row) is closed to the public for the month of January. Staff is still on-site Monday through Friday, but there are no open hours or research services until February. In addition, PHC is on a collecting hiatus through the end of March due to a backlog of items to process and catalog. Donations to the collection (that relate to Brunswick, Topsham, or Harpswell) will resume as of April 1. FMI:

Women's Pelvic Health Series 01/17/24 at 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Women's Pelvic Health Series

Join Ruth E. Macy, PT, DPT, of Mid Coast Hospital Rehabilitation, each month for a FREE discussion on topics of concern to every woman.

Wednesday January 17
Bladder Health and Urinary Incontinence

Wednesday February 21
Bowel Health and Constipation

Wednesday March 20
Pelvic Floor Muscle Health and Sexual Function

Mid Coast Center for Community
Health & Wellness Teaching Kitchen
329 Maine Street in Brunswick

Registration is required.
For more information and to register call (207) 373-6585 or visit


Bingo Night @ Social Goose Bar 01/17/24 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Bingo Night @ Social Goose Bar

Join us for 5 rounds of Bingo! This is a free event and welcomes all ages.

01/17/24 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Sustainable Brunswick: Brunswick Climate Action

The Town of Brunswick and Curtis Memorial Library are proud to present our monthly, in-person lecture series, “Sustainable Brunswick.” This lecture series will feature numerous speakers from various organizations that will address topics related to sustainability, conservation, climate action, and more, while highlighting local initiatives, collaborations, educational interests.

Please join us Wednesday, January 17th, 2024, from 6 pm-7:30 pm, as we ring in the new year with our first lecture, “Brunswick Climate Action” where we will learn about localized climate impacts affecting our community and the Town of Brunswick’s efforts to address these issues. Enjoy a presentation by municipal staff Ashley Charleson (Environmental Planner) and Dan Devereaux (Coastal Resources Manager), as well as Town Council member and BTLT Director, Steve Walker, as they dive into what climate adaptation and resiliency projects the Town is currently engaged in and how this will prepare our community for a more positive climate future.

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