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Color, Fiber and Words

“Fiber, Color and Words” a personal reflection from 10 diverse viewpoints presented by Central Maine Artists Gallery from November 14th to December 23, 2021 .  At   Ten fiber artists and one wordsmith created works around the 3 random words – winter, container and mending.  Each presents a personalized viewpoint of meaning and context through their chosen medium. The varied work of the group spans fiber techniques used in both 2 and three dimensions.  Mixed media art quilts, beading, weaving, dyed and embellished works as well as basketry can be viewed. The group show is comprised of works from the

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RSU 9 Strategic Planning Community Engagement Session – ZOOM

via ZOOM

The RSU 9 School System is continually looking to improve its practices in order to best meet students' needs in this ever-changing world. Right now our school system is re-establishing a vision for our school system, our future direction! This fall we are collecting ideas from as many community members as possible. In the winter we will put the ideas together into a vision that will guide all of our future work. By spring we will draft a multi-year strategic plan that will define how we will move toward our vision. Once completed we will conduct regularly scheduled progress checks

RSU 9 Strategic Planning Community Engagement Session – ZOOM

via ZOOM

The RSU 9 School System is continually looking to improve its practices in order to best meet students' needs in this ever-changing world. Right now our school system is re-establishing a vision for our school system, our future direction! This fall we are collecting ideas from as many community members as possible. In the winter we will put the ideas together into a vision that will guide all of our future work. By spring we will draft a multi-year strategic plan that will define how we will move toward our vision. Once completed we will conduct regularly scheduled progress checks

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Color, Fiber and Words

“Fiber, Color and Words” a personal reflection from 10 diverse viewpoints presented by Central Maine Artists Gallery from November 14th to December 23, 2021 .  At   Ten fiber artists and one wordsmith created works around the 3 random words – winter, container and mending.  Each presents a personalized viewpoint of meaning and context through their chosen medium. The varied work of the group spans fiber techniques used in both 2 and three dimensions.  Mixed media art quilts, beading, weaving, dyed and embellished works as well as basketry can be viewed. The group show is comprised of works from the

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Winter Solstice Yoga Festival

Sat Manav Yoga Ashram 243 Greenwood Brook Rd, Farmington, ME

The darkest day of the year marks the planet's movement towards the light in our hemisphere, a journey we need to follow. According to the Yogis, the source of all suffering is ignorance. Ignorance of our true purpose as human beings! To live in accordance with that is the only way we will reach the fulfillment we unrelentingly seek. Join us to take a plunge into the wisdom of the Yogis, the oldest tradition known to man, on how to LIVE in a way that benefits all beings and can change the world! $90/full day, $45/half day suggested donation. 100%

$90

Night Owl Shopping

Join downtown Farmington for a late night of holiday shopping! On December 18th, select stores downtown will be open until 9 p.m. offering deals, special events, treats and more. Gift wrapping by donation will be available at the old movie theater on Broadway. The Chewonki Foundation will be bringing live owls to Twice Sold Tales at 5 p.m. and carol singers will be gathering at Vera's Iron & Vine at 4:30 p.m. By shopping local, you will automatically be entered into a raffle for a summer's worth of free Giffords ice cream and two tickets to the Sandy River Music

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Farmington Local Council Meeting

Zoom Online Conferencing

Do you want or would you like to join others around the state working to advocate for change within Maine’s mental health system?  We need your input! If you receive or have received adult mental health services at any time, we invite you to attend a meeting and share your input regarding various issues that affect Maine’s mental health system. Tell us what is working and what needs improvement! Come talk about issues that concern you!!! (Allies/friends/family are also welcomed to attend and participate but do not have voting privileges.) One voice can make a difference. Our voices together can make

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Self-Worth Club: A Skills-Building Discussion Group for Female Business Owners

Zoom

Edit Even in the best of times, running a business is an act of vulnerability. From the financial unknowns, to the fear of failure, being a business owner is ripe for feelings of insecurity of every kind. The pandemic has been a source of tremendous stress, increasing the sense of self-doubt for many business owners. Working to recover emotionally from this tremendous curveball takes some time, and a new toolbox of skills. Whatever your situation, building a foundation of self-worth will help you in business. Feeling more confident in yourself helps you take those calculated risks that can improve your

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Farmington Area Ecumenical Ministry Care and Compassion Service

Fairbanks Union Church 583 Fairbanks Rd, Farmington, ME

Farmington Area Ecumenical Ministry will hold a special Service of Compassion and Hope in the Christmas Season at Fairbanks Union Church on Tuesday, December 21, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. The Christmas season is a joyful time for many people, but for those who have lost a loved one, this can be a difficult time of the year. Many of us also feel the losses associated with covid. This service will provide music, song, and prayer in support of those experiencing loss. A candle-lighting ceremony will be part of the service, and special music. Fairbanks Union Church is located at 583

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Color, Fiber and Words

“Fiber, Color and Words” a personal reflection from 10 diverse viewpoints presented by Central Maine Artists Gallery from November 14th to December 23, 2021 .  At   Ten fiber artists and one wordsmith created works around the 3 random words – winter, container and mending.  Each presents a personalized viewpoint of meaning and context through their chosen medium. The varied work of the group spans fiber techniques used in both 2 and three dimensions.  Mixed media art quilts, beading, weaving, dyed and embellished works as well as basketry can be viewed. The group show is comprised of works from the

Free
Recurring

Color, Fiber and Words

“Fiber, Color and Words” a personal reflection from 10 diverse viewpoints presented by Central Maine Artists Gallery from November 14th to December 23, 2021 .  At   Ten fiber artists and one wordsmith created works around the 3 random words – winter, container and mending.  Each presents a personalized viewpoint of meaning and context through their chosen medium. The varied work of the group spans fiber techniques used in both 2 and three dimensions.  Mixed media art quilts, beading, weaving, dyed and embellished works as well as basketry can be viewed. The group show is comprised of works from the

Free

Christmas Eve Service is Zooming!

Christmas Eve is a time laden with traditions and special memories.  For many, the traditional candlelight Christmas Eve service at their local church has been a special way of getting to the heart of the season.  Due to the high COVID transmission rate in our area, Sugarloaf Christian Ministry will be offering their Christmas Eve Service on Zoom on Friday, December 24th at 7pm. You can find the link at www.sugarloafministry.com, or at https://www.sugarloaf.com/events-calendar Round up some candles, gather the family, bring some popcorn if you like, and come join in this time-honored tradition of candlelight, carols and the Christmas

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