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06/08/20 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Tennis Ages 8-11 Orange Ball Maine Pines

Orange Ball Tennis is for kids ages 8-11. This program teaches tennis skills and strategies through game based drills, as well as footwork patterns and coordination. Players will have fun while learning to play, enjoying the game right from the start.

Cost is $45/1 day/week, $60/2 days/week.

Register using the following: call Maine Pines at 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com. See you on the courts!

06/09/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/09/20 at 11:45 am - 12:30 pm

Preschool Tennis Ages 2 1/2-5

Preschool Tennis is a great way for little players (ages 2 1/2-5) to be introduced to the game for tennis. Players will learn hand eye coordination and the basic tennis strokes, with a goal of their learning to rally on their own.

Meets on Tuesdays from 11:45-12:30, cost is $55.

Register at 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com.

06/09/20 at 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Junior Tennis Middle & High School

JDP is a program for middle school and high school players of all levels. JDP meets three times a week and offers a combination of drill, instruction, and play.

Tuesdays and Thursdays will be for drill and instruction; Fridays will be for match play with coaching. Participation in the JDP program includes a Junior Membership and discounts on tournaments, leagues, and individual instruction, as well as junior club tournaments. This program is perfect for the junior player who aspires to play high school or college tennis. Age exceptions can be made depending upon ability.

Cost With Adult Family Member: $59/month; Without Adult Family Member: $69/month.
FMI: Call 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com 

06/10/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/10/20 - 06/11/20 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

FREE Tennis Red Ball Kids Ages 4-7

Calling all kids ages 4 – 7! Maine Pines is offering FREE Red Ball Tennis Sessions this year on USTA approved red ball courts.

Players ages 4 – 7 will be taught hand-eye coordination, tennis footwork, and the basic skills and strategies of the game. Players will have fun while learning to play through game-based play.

The sessions meet Mondays and/or Wednesdays from 5 – 6 PM. You must register: calling 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com .

Free One Month Sessions begin the first of each month. We can’t wait to see your kids on the courts!

06/10/20 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Tennis Ages 8-11 Orange Ball Maine Pines

Orange Ball Tennis is for kids ages 8-11. This program teaches tennis skills and strategies through game based drills, as well as footwork patterns and coordination. Players will have fun while learning to play, enjoying the game right from the start.

Cost is $45/1 day/week, $60/2 days/week.

Register using the following: call Maine Pines at 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com. See you on the courts!

06/10/20 - 06/11/20 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Citizens' Climate Lobby - Bath-Brunswick Chapter - Monthly Meeting

Work within the communities of Mid Coast Maine to mitigate climate change.  CCL is supporting national carbon pricing legislation, HR 763, which will effectively lower greenhouse gas emissions in the least costly way. Join us. Be part of the climate change solution.

06/11/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/11/20 at 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Junior Tennis Middle & High School

JDP is a program for middle school and high school players of all levels. JDP meets three times a week and offers a combination of drill, instruction, and play.

Tuesdays and Thursdays will be for drill and instruction; Fridays will be for match play with coaching. Participation in the JDP program includes a Junior Membership and discounts on tournaments, leagues, and individual instruction, as well as junior club tournaments. This program is perfect for the junior player who aspires to play high school or college tennis. Age exceptions can be made depending upon ability.

Cost With Adult Family Member: $59/month; Without Adult Family Member: $69/month.
FMI: Call 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com 

06/12/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/12/20 at 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

2nd Friday Brunswick! ArtWalk, Music, Theater

2nd Friday Brunswick is as an inclusive series of events that encompasses ArtWalk, while also showcasing local shops, restaurants, and artistic talent from a variety of mediums. This event is intended to give residents and visitors a unique opportunity to engage with the arts all within walking distance of Maine Street. Located within Brunswick’s downtown district: Pleasant Street to Mill Street, and along Maine Street, ending at the Fort Andross Mill Complex.

2020 dates: June 12, July 10, August 14, and September 11.

 

Interested in participating in 2nd Friday Brunswick? Registration will open in March.  Questions? Call 729-4439 or email admin@brunswickdowntown.org
Downtown businesses and organizations interested in becoming a 2nd Friday Brunswick venue and hosting an artist can register by emailing admin@brunswickdowntown.org.2nd Friday Brunswick schedule of activities, map, artist’s openings, and venues will be published in The Cryer newspaper each month. On-street parking and municipal public parking lots are free.

 

 

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Maine Pines Beginner Tennis clinic photo of tennis racket 06/13/20 at 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Adult Tennis Beginner 123

1-2-3 Tennis is geared toward the beginning player or player returning to tennis. It includes 3 weeks of lessons designed to instruct the player in all aspects of the game. For the time of the program, it includes a court fee membership with free Sat & Sun court time. 123 also includes a complimentary cardio tennis class, social tennis mixer, a fitness & yoga pass for the length of 1-2-3, and the option to purchase a ball machine card for $30 during the month of the membership.

It meets beginning the first week of the month. Session choices are as follows: Tues 9 am, OR Wed 6 pm, OR Sat 10 am
COST: $55.00 per session (3 classes) (Go to Groupon for a 1/2 price coupon!).

Register by calling 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com.

Maine Pines Beginner Tennis clinic photo of tennis racket

06/13/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/15/20 - 06/16/20 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

FREE Tennis Red Ball Kids Ages 4-7

Calling all kids ages 4 – 7! Maine Pines is offering FREE Red Ball Tennis Sessions this year on USTA approved red ball courts.

Players ages 4 – 7 will be taught hand-eye coordination, tennis footwork, and the basic skills and strategies of the game. Players will have fun while learning to play through game-based play.

The sessions meet Mondays and/or Wednesdays from 5 – 6 PM. You must register: calling 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com .

Free One Month Sessions begin the first of each month. We can’t wait to see your kids on the courts!

06/15/20 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Tennis Ages 8-11 Orange Ball Maine Pines

Orange Ball Tennis is for kids ages 8-11. This program teaches tennis skills and strategies through game based drills, as well as footwork patterns and coordination. Players will have fun while learning to play, enjoying the game right from the start.

Cost is $45/1 day/week, $60/2 days/week.

Register using the following: call Maine Pines at 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com. See you on the courts!

06/16/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/16/20 at 11:45 am - 12:30 pm

Preschool Tennis Ages 2 1/2-5

Preschool Tennis is a great way for little players (ages 2 1/2-5) to be introduced to the game for tennis. Players will learn hand eye coordination and the basic tennis strokes, with a goal of their learning to rally on their own.

Meets on Tuesdays from 11:45-12:30, cost is $55.

Register at 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com.

06/16/20 at 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Junior Tennis Middle & High School

JDP is a program for middle school and high school players of all levels. JDP meets three times a week and offers a combination of drill, instruction, and play.

Tuesdays and Thursdays will be for drill and instruction; Fridays will be for match play with coaching. Participation in the JDP program includes a Junior Membership and discounts on tournaments, leagues, and individual instruction, as well as junior club tournaments. This program is perfect for the junior player who aspires to play high school or college tennis. Age exceptions can be made depending upon ability.

Cost With Adult Family Member: $59/month; Without Adult Family Member: $69/month.
FMI: Call 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com 

06/17/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/17/20 - 06/18/20 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

FREE Tennis Red Ball Kids Ages 4-7

Calling all kids ages 4 – 7! Maine Pines is offering FREE Red Ball Tennis Sessions this year on USTA approved red ball courts.

Players ages 4 – 7 will be taught hand-eye coordination, tennis footwork, and the basic skills and strategies of the game. Players will have fun while learning to play through game-based play.

The sessions meet Mondays and/or Wednesdays from 5 – 6 PM. You must register: calling 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com .

Free One Month Sessions begin the first of each month. We can’t wait to see your kids on the courts!

06/17/20 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Tennis Ages 8-11 Orange Ball Maine Pines

Orange Ball Tennis is for kids ages 8-11. This program teaches tennis skills and strategies through game based drills, as well as footwork patterns and coordination. Players will have fun while learning to play, enjoying the game right from the start.

Cost is $45/1 day/week, $60/2 days/week.

Register using the following: call Maine Pines at 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com. See you on the courts!

06/18/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/18/20 at 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Junior Tennis Middle & High School

JDP is a program for middle school and high school players of all levels. JDP meets three times a week and offers a combination of drill, instruction, and play.

Tuesdays and Thursdays will be for drill and instruction; Fridays will be for match play with coaching. Participation in the JDP program includes a Junior Membership and discounts on tournaments, leagues, and individual instruction, as well as junior club tournaments. This program is perfect for the junior player who aspires to play high school or college tennis. Age exceptions can be made depending upon ability.

Cost With Adult Family Member: $59/month; Without Adult Family Member: $69/month.
FMI: Call 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com 

06/19/20 - 06/21/20 at 7:00 am - 3:30 pm

36th Annual Trek Across Maine

Join the American Lung Association for the 36th Annual Trek Across Maine on Father’s Day weekend, June 19-21, 2020. Cycle 180 miles across the state of Maine, with the starting and finishing line hosted at the Brunswick Landing and overnight stops at Bates College in Lewiston and Colby College in Waterville. This ride is fully supported by volunteers and trained medical staff, including support vehicles along the route and three rest stops daily.

RIDE! Take part in the entire 3-day ride, join just Saturday and Sunday for the 2-day option and overnight at Colby College, or get just a taste of the Trek experience by doing the 1-day option and joining others on the last leg of the ride from Colby College to the Brunswick Landing!

For more information, visit: www.trekacrossmaine.org, email TrekAcrossMaine@LungNE.org, or call: 207-624-0312

VOLUNTEER WITH US! We are always looking for volunteers to help us support the Trek Across Maine. We have many volunteer opportunities available. Please contact Erica at 207.624.0310 or Erica.Fredrick-Rock@Lung.org for more information.

FEES & FUNDRAISING:

Registration includes a $65 registration fee.  This is non-refundable & non-transferable.  Registration fee does not count toward fundraising minimum. Fundraising must be submitted before the start of the ride.

3 Day Fundraising: $550 per person ($400 for ages 7 – 17)*

2 Day Fundraising: $400 per person ($300 for ages 7 – 17)*

1 Day Fundraising: $250 per person ($200 for ages 7- 17)*

*Age limit is 7 years and up.  Children between the ages of 7 – 12 must ride a tandem or tag-a-long bike with adult guardian. All children under the age of 18 must have an adult guardian with them at all times on the route. Child and guardian are both required to meet the fundraising minimum.

06/19/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

Maine Pines Beginner Tennis clinic photo of tennis racket 06/20/20 at 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Adult Tennis Beginner 123

1-2-3 Tennis is geared toward the beginning player or player returning to tennis. It includes 3 weeks of lessons designed to instruct the player in all aspects of the game. For the time of the program, it includes a court fee membership with free Sat & Sun court time. 123 also includes a complimentary cardio tennis class, social tennis mixer, a fitness & yoga pass for the length of 1-2-3, and the option to purchase a ball machine card for $30 during the month of the membership.

It meets beginning the first week of the month. Session choices are as follows: Tues 9 am, OR Wed 6 pm, OR Sat 10 am
COST: $55.00 per session (3 classes) (Go to Groupon for a 1/2 price coupon!).

Register by calling 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com.

Maine Pines Beginner Tennis clinic photo of tennis racket

06/20/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/20/20 at 11:30 am - 2:00 pm

Community BBQ

Kick-off Summer at a Community BBQ and Tribute to First Responders! Join us on the Town Mall on Maine Street in downtown Brunswick between 11:30 AM and 2 PM on Saturday, June 20th. 

Adults: $5 per person. Kids: (5 and under) $3 – all cooked by Celebrity grillers!
Meal includes a choice of hamburger or 2 hot dogs, chips, cookie, watermelon & beverage.

  • Live music
  • Fun games for the whole family
  • Bounce House by Pathway Vineyard
  • Face Painting
  • Tractor-Train Rides by Ray Labbe & Sons
  • 2 Active Brunswick Fire Trucks

Sponsored by:

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

06/22/20 - 06/23/20 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

FREE Tennis Red Ball Kids Ages 4-7

Calling all kids ages 4 – 7! Maine Pines is offering FREE Red Ball Tennis Sessions this year on USTA approved red ball courts.

Players ages 4 – 7 will be taught hand-eye coordination, tennis footwork, and the basic skills and strategies of the game. Players will have fun while learning to play through game-based play.

The sessions meet Mondays and/or Wednesdays from 5 – 6 PM. You must register: calling 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com .

Free One Month Sessions begin the first of each month. We can’t wait to see your kids on the courts!

06/22/20 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Tennis Ages 8-11 Orange Ball Maine Pines

Orange Ball Tennis is for kids ages 8-11. This program teaches tennis skills and strategies through game based drills, as well as footwork patterns and coordination. Players will have fun while learning to play, enjoying the game right from the start.

Cost is $45/1 day/week, $60/2 days/week.

Register using the following: call Maine Pines at 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com. See you on the courts!

06/23/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/23/20 at 11:45 am - 12:30 pm

Preschool Tennis Ages 2 1/2-5

Preschool Tennis is a great way for little players (ages 2 1/2-5) to be introduced to the game for tennis. Players will learn hand eye coordination and the basic tennis strokes, with a goal of their learning to rally on their own.

Meets on Tuesdays from 11:45-12:30, cost is $55.

Register at 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com.

06/23/20 at 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Junior Tennis Middle & High School

JDP is a program for middle school and high school players of all levels. JDP meets three times a week and offers a combination of drill, instruction, and play.

Tuesdays and Thursdays will be for drill and instruction; Fridays will be for match play with coaching. Participation in the JDP program includes a Junior Membership and discounts on tournaments, leagues, and individual instruction, as well as junior club tournaments. This program is perfect for the junior player who aspires to play high school or college tennis. Age exceptions can be made depending upon ability.

Cost With Adult Family Member: $59/month; Without Adult Family Member: $69/month.
FMI: Call 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com 

06/24/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/24/20 - 06/25/20 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

FREE Tennis Red Ball Kids Ages 4-7

Calling all kids ages 4 – 7! Maine Pines is offering FREE Red Ball Tennis Sessions this year on USTA approved red ball courts.

Players ages 4 – 7 will be taught hand-eye coordination, tennis footwork, and the basic skills and strategies of the game. Players will have fun while learning to play through game-based play.

The sessions meet Mondays and/or Wednesdays from 5 – 6 PM. You must register: calling 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com .

Free One Month Sessions begin the first of each month. We can’t wait to see your kids on the courts!

06/24/20 at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Tennis Ages 8-11 Orange Ball Maine Pines

Orange Ball Tennis is for kids ages 8-11. This program teaches tennis skills and strategies through game based drills, as well as footwork patterns and coordination. Players will have fun while learning to play, enjoying the game right from the start.

Cost is $45/1 day/week, $60/2 days/week.

Register using the following: call Maine Pines at 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com. See you on the courts!

Music on the Mall summer concerts graphic 06/24/20 - 08/26/20 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Music on the Mall

Music on the Mall, Downtown Brunswick’s Summer Concert Series, presents FREE concerts Wednesday evenings at 6 PM throughout the summer on the Brunswick Town Mall (Green- see map).

Grab a blanket or chair, bring your family and friends, order a picnic dinner or dine at a local Brunswick restaurant, then relax and enjoy great music. FREE Admission.

2020 Concert Schedule:

DATEBAND/PERFORMER
June 24Cilantro - Classics from the past 50 years with blended harmonies and delicate instrumentation
July 1 Nikki Hunt Band - Pop Rock
July 8TBD
July 15Pete Kilprick Band - Folk Rock
July 22Delta Knights - Swing, Rock n' Roll, Blues
July 29JimmyJo & the Jumbol’Ayuhs - Cajun & Zydeco
August 5Pat Colwell and the Soul Sensations - A powerful mix of Motown/Memphis Soul Music.
August 12Dirty McGurdy - Dance Music from the 50's on
August 19Maine State Music Theatre Night - Enjoy a variety of performers from MSMT's shows. Begins at 5:30!
August 26Three's Country - Country rock

All concerts start at 6 PM unless otherwise noted.
In the case of inclement weather, performances will be held indoor. Location TBD.

 

06/25/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/25/20 at 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Junior Tennis Middle & High School

JDP is a program for middle school and high school players of all levels. JDP meets three times a week and offers a combination of drill, instruction, and play.

Tuesdays and Thursdays will be for drill and instruction; Fridays will be for match play with coaching. Participation in the JDP program includes a Junior Membership and discounts on tournaments, leagues, and individual instruction, as well as junior club tournaments. This program is perfect for the junior player who aspires to play high school or college tennis. Age exceptions can be made depending upon ability.

Cost With Adult Family Member: $59/month; Without Adult Family Member: $69/month.
FMI: Call 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com 

06/26/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

Maine Pines Beginner Tennis clinic photo of tennis racket 06/27/20 at 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Adult Tennis Beginner 123

1-2-3 Tennis is geared toward the beginning player or player returning to tennis. It includes 3 weeks of lessons designed to instruct the player in all aspects of the game. For the time of the program, it includes a court fee membership with free Sat & Sun court time. 123 also includes a complimentary cardio tennis class, social tennis mixer, a fitness & yoga pass for the length of 1-2-3, and the option to purchase a ball machine card for $30 during the month of the membership.

It meets beginning the first week of the month. Session choices are as follows: Tues 9 am, OR Wed 6 pm, OR Sat 10 am
COST: $55.00 per session (3 classes) (Go to Groupon for a 1/2 price coupon!).

Register by calling 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com.

Maine Pines Beginner Tennis clinic photo of tennis racket

06/27/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/30/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

06/30/20 at 11:45 am - 12:30 pm

Preschool Tennis Ages 2 1/2-5

Preschool Tennis is a great way for little players (ages 2 1/2-5) to be introduced to the game for tennis. Players will learn hand eye coordination and the basic tennis strokes, with a goal of their learning to rally on their own.

Meets on Tuesdays from 11:45-12:30, cost is $55.

Register at 729-8433 or email tennis@mainepines.com.

07/01/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/02/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/03/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/04/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/07/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/08/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/08/20 - 07/09/20 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Citizens' Climate Lobby - Bath-Brunswick Chapter - Monthly Meeting

Work within the communities of Mid Coast Maine to mitigate climate change.  CCL is supporting national carbon pricing legislation, HR 763, which will effectively lower greenhouse gas emissions in the least costly way. Join us. Be part of the climate change solution.

07/09/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/10/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/11/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/14/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/15/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/16/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/17/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/18/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/21/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/22/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/23/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/24/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/25/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/28/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/29/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/30/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

07/31/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/01/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/04/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/05/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/06/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/07/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/08/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/11/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/12/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/12/20 - 08/13/20 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Citizens' Climate Lobby - Bath-Brunswick Chapter - Monthly Meeting

Work within the communities of Mid Coast Maine to mitigate climate change.  CCL is supporting national carbon pricing legislation, HR 763, which will effectively lower greenhouse gas emissions in the least costly way. Join us. Be part of the climate change solution.

08/13/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/14/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/15/20 at 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Brunswick Outdoor Arts Festival

Visit our Festival Page for information about the Brunswick Outdoor Arts Festival – August 15th, from 9 am to 5 pm. Rain or shine.

ARTISTS:
Exhibiting Artists:  Click Here to apply.
Demo Artists: Click Here to apply.
Maine Made Products and Gourmet Food Product Vendors: Click Here to apply.

 

 

 

08/15/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/18/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/19/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/20/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/21/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/22/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/25/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/26/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/27/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/28/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

08/29/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

09/01/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

09/02/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

09/03/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

09/04/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

09/05/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

09/08/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

09/09/20 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kajak! - New Exhibit

This exhibit explores the traditional skin-on-frame watercraft used by Inuit across the Arctic for hunting, fishing, traveling, and recreation. From Alaska to Greenland and Labrador, Inuit customized these versatile vessels to suit the various water and ice conditions they expected to encounter.

Photo credit: Donald B. MacMillan, Noo-ka-ping-wa [Nukapinguaq] & Dead Square Flipper Seal, Smith Sound, Greenland, July 10, 1924. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Donald and Miriam MacMillan.

09/09/20 - 09/10/20 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Citizens' Climate Lobby - Bath-Brunswick Chapter - Monthly Meeting

Work within the communities of Mid Coast Maine to mitigate climate change.  CCL is supporting national carbon pricing legislation, HR 763, which will effectively lower greenhouse gas emissions in the least costly way. Join us. Be part of the climate change solution.

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