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March Special at Brunswick Medical Aesthetics 03/01/24 - 03/31/24 at All Day

March Special at Brunswick Medical Aesthetics

March Special at Brunswick Medical Aesthetics!

Buy 4o Units of Botox, Get: CBD+ Line Correcting Eye Creme FREE, ($125 value).

Grand & Glorious Yard Sale - Drop off your “Good Goods” 03/20/24 at 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Grand & Glorious Yard Sale - Drop off your “Good Goods”

MID COAST HOSPITAL AUXILIARY Grand & Glorious Yard Sale

DONATE Drop off your “Good Goods”

9 a.m.-12 noon, Wednesdays & Saturdays, March 6-April 6
Wayfair, 46 Burbank Ave. (Brunswick Landing)

Please no electronics, office furniture, chairs or file cabinets.
For questions call (207)373-2122.

Friday, April 12:

TAKE A SNEAK PEEK Come to the Preview Event Friday, April 12, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Get first dibs on purchases. $20 at the door. 3. FIND A TREASURE
Saturday, April 13, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and Sunday, April 14, 9 a.m.-12 noon Admission is FREE. Proceeds will benefit Health Care Career Scholarships and vital Mid Coast Hospital projects.

Special thanks to Priority Real Estate Group for sponsoring this community event!

Area rugs; kitchen accessories; dishes, pots, and pans; household and outdoor furniture.; lamps (in working order); linens; jewelry; home and garden items; arts and crafts, collectibles; and other treasures. 

March at Margaritas! 03/20/24 at 3:00 pm - 12:00 am

March at Margaritas!

3/1 – 3/31 – Sip, Scratch & Win
Upgrade your margarita with Epsolon Tequila or Grand Marnier & get a scratch ticket to win bonus points, SWAG, or a free appetizer. Every ticket is a winner.

 
3/1 – 3/31 – Margarita of the Month
$6 Margarita of the Month – Blue Raspberry with a sugar rim.
 
OTTO Happy Hour 03/20/24 at 3:00 pm - 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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brews for a Cause 03/20/24 at 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Brews for a Cause

Between 4 and 8 pm, 20% of beer and pizza sales at Flight Deck Brewing will be donated to the Midcoast Hunger Prevention Program. The donation will support their mission of providing all members of our community with access to healthy food.

Women's Pelvic Health Series 03/20/24 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 www.midcoastchw.coursestorm.com.

 

Bingo Night @ Social Goose Bar 03/20/24 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.

Sound Healing and Scalar Waves: A Deep & Transformative Experience 03/20/24 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Sound Healing and Scalar Waves: A Deep & Transformative Experience

Come to The Healing Spa in Brunswick and relax deeply with the nourishing and beautiful music of singer and sound healer Helena Nash, while experiencing the healing frequencies of the Energy Enhancement bioscalar System. Your body will receive energy to help you heal and amplify your vitality.

Helena Nash of Live Lighter will lead a sound healing experience. Her soulful, angelic voice will guide participants into deeper states of relaxation and harmonizing, while participants simply relax. You hold your intention to heal while Helena creates a loving and supportive journey of sound. She will incorporate voice and other instruments which may include Tibetan bowl, Native American flute, and guitar, as well as other frequencies.

Modern science tells us that humans are vibrational. This means that intentional sound and light frequencies can be profoundly healing. Einstein said, “Future medicine will be the medicine of frequencies.” And now the future is here! Join us to experience the transformative power of frequencies in your life.

Sessions are 2 hours each.

Room for 16 participants only, register today!

Sustainable Brunswick: Coasts At Risk; the Changing Tides of Climate 03/20/24 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Sustainable Brunswick: Coasts At Risk; the Changing Tides of Climate

Please join us Wednesday March 20th from 6-7:30 pm for lecture #3 in our sustainability series, “Coasts At Risk; the Changing Tides of Climate” where we will learn about the effects of climate change on submerged aquatic vegetation, flooding, and coastal bluff erosion, its impact on vulnerable coastal ecosystems and property, and how public interest and involvement concerning these issues can better inform and protect our community.

  First, Pete Slovinsky from the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry will share important information concerning the pressures and related impacts of sea level rise on our coastal regions, as well as his involvement in our Town’s Living Shorelines project; learn about past and current project efforts, the benefits of nature-based solutions to shoreline stabilization, and how coastal landowners can become stewards of the coastal environment. Next, you’ll hear from Angie Brewer of Maine’s Department of Environmental Protection as she shares with us the importance of eelgrass meadows to our local ecosystem, changes in distribution witnessed overtime, how changing ocean conditions are impacting this critical resource, and what we can do to protect it. Lastly, enjoy a presentation from Gayle Bowness from the Gulf of Maine Research Institute as she discusses Brunswick’s involvement in the Coastal Flooding Community Science Project, a citizen-led science initiative that utilizes community observational data and public perspectives on flooding to understand the current impacts of flooding during high tides and storms; learn what opportunities exist for residents to become more actively involved in this monitoring program, how observations of coastal flooding and flood impacts in your made in your own backyard can be used to understand flood thresholds, inform decision-making, and promote coastal resilience.   Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about how staying informed and involved can aid our community’s ability to identify locations and resources most at risk and enable informed planning for a more resilient future.

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