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OTTO Happy Hour 02/29/24 at 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

OTTO Happy Hour

We Are Open For Dine In!

Come Hang Out With Us and Your Friends For….

Happy Hour @ OTTO daily from 3 pm-5 pm

Free Slice with your first adult beverage!

-$2.50 High Life Drafts

-$5.50 Allagash White Drafts

-$5.00 House Wine Pours

-$7.00 House Margaritas

Feel Free To Call For More Details @ 1-207-406-2784

Open Sunday- Thursday 11-8, Friday and Saturday 11-9








Malaga Island: A Presentation & PHC Annual Meeting 02/29/24 at 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Malaga Island: A Presentation & PHC Annual Meeting

Many, if not most, of you are aware of the story of Malaga Island, and the injustice surrounding the people who lived, and were forcibly removed from, there.

But did you know that the exposure of that injustice in many ways started at Pejepscot History Center two decades ago? That’s when Kate McBrien served as curator at PHC (and also interim director for a time) and began delving into the story of Malaga. She expanded considerably on her research while at the Maine State Museum where she curated a ground-breaking exhibit.

Mark your calendars for what promises to be a powerful presentation and kick-off to our 2024 annual theme of Crime and Punishment. The evening begins with a short annual business meeting (for members only) to elect new trustees and officers. We’ll then move into a reception at 6PM, followed by the program, both of which are open to all.

Tickets: $12 PHC Members / $20 General Public. Register online HERE.

Kate McBrien serves as the Maine State Archivist, overseeing the archival preservation and management of state records at the Maine State Archives in Augusta. Before this role, Kate worked at the Maine Historical Society and Maine State Museum in their curatorial and public engagement departments. At the State Museum, she researched and curated the award-winning exhibit “Malaga Island, Fragmented Lives” about the Malaga Island community.

Holistic Breast Health Workshop 02/29/24 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Holistic Breast Health Workshop

Transform your selfcare at our Breast Health workshop. Spend the evening exploring natural breast health, Bowenwork, and enjoy some time in the Energy Enhancement System.

Please visit The Healing Spa‘s website to register for participation.

Meet at The Healing Spa for a variety of holistic topics to add life to your years.  02/29/24 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Meet at The Healing Spa for a variety of holistic topics to add life to your years. 

The Healing Spa is Maine Streets host to the incredible Energy Enhancement System where you get to recharge your body and ignite your life. Here we host Thursday evening workshops from 6-8 PM. Our wide variety of practitioners offer special events based on their own background and knowledge base. Each class is priced separately and hosted in our very own bio-scalar light room.

At The Healing Spa our goal is simple: Help more people. We aim to build community by bringing people together and advancing everyone’s vitality.


  • February 29, Breast Health & Lymphatic Flow with Sharon Little of New Vibe Holistic Healing
  • March 7, The Future of Medicine & Scalar Waves with Tam Veilleux, owner of The Healing Spa (FREE)

Please visit The Healing Spa’s website to register for participation.

Mt. Ararat Advanced Biology – Student Research Presentations 02/29/24 at 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Mt. Ararat Advanced Biology – Student Research Presentations

For years, there has been a passionate partnership between the Cathance River Education Alliance, Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust, and local schools. The collaboration with Mt. Ararat High School biology teachers Glenn Evans and Rebecca Norklun is no different! Each year, we’ve worked with them to pair students with mentors from the community to investigate the local Cathance River ecosystem. Join us as these incredible students present their research results from the 2023 fall field research season!

Each Thursday morning in September and October, students and mentors gathered at the CREA Ecology Center, located at the Cathance River Nature Preserve, before heading out to collect data on everything ranging from water quality to plant diversity on the heath.

Armed with game cameras, GPS units, snowshoes, coolers, flagging tape, guide books and a host of other equipment, they set out to wrestle with the real world challenges associated with data collection… while experiencing the appeal of work that has real world value. Join us to discover what they learned about our beloved preserve this year. You’ll be impressed by the results… and the poise of these remarkable students!

No registration required, just show up at the Topsham Public Library at 6:00pm!

Many thanks to our 2023 mentors:

  • Fred Cichocki – Survey of the ecological diversity of the Heath
  • David Reed – Fishless pond survey
  • Shane Duigan & Kevin Doran – Forestry plot study
  • Glenn Evans – Tributary study
  • Adam Gravel, Katie Trebilcock & Stantec – Mammal study
  • Nancy Sferra – Invasive plants
  • Rebecca Norklun – Fish survey of the Cathance River
  • John Berry & Susan Fenn – Migrating bird study

Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum Film Screening 02/29/24 at 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum Film Screening

Against all odds and polar advice, a Muslim chaplain, a French biologist, a Qatari princess and eight other women from the Arab World and the West attempt to ski across the melting Arctic sea ice to climate change ground zero – the North Pole. In EXPOSURE, director Holly Morris and her crew capture this story as the team navigates everything from frostbite and polar bear threat, to sexism and self-doubt in an intimate story of resilience, survival and global citizenry. The 2018 expedition featured in the film remains the last-ever to reach the North Pole.

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