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ecomaine Senior Environmental Educator, Katrina Bussiere-Venhuizen will speak about the simple reuse/recycling choices we make daily. Come and learn “Use this, not that”; decisions that will save money, care for the environment, and help those around you. Learn what can and what cannot be recycled. Learn where your recycling and trash actually go after the… ecomaine Presentation @Community Center”>Read more »
Peaks Environmental Action Team & RCAP Solutions* Invite you to: Septic System Basics for Homeowners, Community Leaders, Planners and Realtors Did you know that about 80% of the Peaks Island homeowners have septic systems? Art Astarita, Peaks Alumnus and Maine State Lead for RCAP Solutions will discuss: Why wastewater treatment and septic systems are important How a septic system… Septic System Basics @Community Center “>Read more »
Buchanan & Peavey on Writing: all it takes is Grit, Imagination, Warmth, Humor, Professionalism & Determination! And lots of it…. Join Illustration Institute as we welcome crime writer Brenda Buchanan and memoirist Elizabeth Peavey to the Fifth Maine Regiment Museum for an intimate conversation about their work and the work of writing. Two thoughtful and… Brenda Buchanan & Elizabeth Peavey on Writing @5th Maine “>Read more »
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN MEDAL RECIPIENT, MACARTHUR FELLOW Peter Sis is a world renowned children’s book author/ illustrator, editorial artist and muralist. He’ll be signing a selection of his books for sale. Weds Aug 29 6:30 – 8:30 PM Peter Sis lecture & reception, TEIA club (Trefethen-Evergreen Improvement Association) Trefethen Landing off Island Ave, Peaks Island Meet… Illustration Institute: An Evening with Peter Sis @TEIA“>Read more »
6pm: Social and Buffet 6:45: Business meeting 7pm Lecture “The Confederate Monuments Controversy and the Need for Greater Context” Larissa Vigue Picard, Director of Pejepscot Historical Society in Brunswick, examines the issue historically and through the lens of Joshua Chamberlain’s own complex views on slavery, saving the Union, and reconciliation following the Civil War. Free… 5th Maine Annual Dinner & Lecture:The Confederate Monuments Controversy @5thMaine“>Read more »
Come and listen to Rev Angela give a travelogue of the Hold Land
Come join us to hear Deborah Scipio show slides and talk about the Great Wall of China
Why Do Teenagers Do What They Do? by Abby Baird. Dr. Baird, a Vassar College professor of psychological science, shares research on why adolescents make poor decisions. Fascinating for anyone who is or knows a teen.
Please join us in celebrating our new space with guest speaker Ivan Held, President of Putnam, Dutton and Berkley Publishing.