Open Mic Night – “Live at St. Joe’s!”St. Joseph Center 133 Middle St, Farmington, ME
Open Mic Night – “Live at St. Joe’s!” March 2 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm FREE Open Mic Night in Farmington: “Live at St. Joe’s!” Franklin County has a rich tradition of talented musicians drawing from many styles of music from Country, Folk, Americana, Celtic to Contemporary. St. Joseph’s Parish is hosting, together with endorsement from community partners, a monthly open mic night usually on the last Thursday of every month but this is adjustable. We wish to provide a venue that continues to celebrate and foster the musical talent within Franklin County. Professionals and newcomers are all welcome
March Biz Fit: Stuck in the mud this Mud Season?Online via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME
What challenge are you stuck on? Let’s use this confidential and supportive space to harness the knowledge, experience and hack tips among us to wisely prepare for business this spring. Bring ideas, get ideas. Register Today!
Toddler/Preschool Storytime and PlaygroupJay-Niles Memorial Library 983 Main St, Jay, ME
Come and join us at the library for books, music, and new friends! All are welcome!
28th Annual Legendary Rangeley Lakes LoppetRangeley Lakes Trail Center 524 Saddleback MT RdRangeley,
Your adventures are the 25K Burt Kettle Classic, 25K and 50K freestyle races, and a 25K untimed touring! Our 25K loop is nice mix of wide, rolling, straight sections and classic New England Nordic trails that wind through native forestland located at the foot of the majestic Saddleback Mountain. For more information call 207-864-4309, or send us an email at email@example.com
Collaborative Living Workshop & PotluckMaine Local Living School 71 Lake Drive, Temple, ME
Collaborative Living Maine is bringing their Stone Soup Series to Maine Local Living School! This is an opportunity to mingle and learn about examples of and opportunities for living in community. It will include a workshop with Norway Equitable Housing Cooperative Project Coordinator, Thea Hart, about the Steps to Starting a Community followed by small group discussion. All ages and levels of community curiosity are welcome. If you are able, please bring a dish and/or snack to share for the potluck lunch.
The Pancakery Cafe–Free BrunchOld South First Congregational Church, UCC 235 Main Street, Farmington, ME
The lively Pancakery Cafe returns for another FREE delicious Sunday brunch! Let our kid waitstaff serve you from our menu, which includes soups, sandwiches, quiches, baked goods, salads, and of course, pancakes! We also offer hot coffee and tea, as well as espresso, cappuccino and other specialty drinks. Enjoy live acoustic music by local musicians as you dine. We serve the first Sunday of each month, from 10:30 am - 11:30 am, through May. The Pancakery Cafe is a project of the youth group of Old South First Congregational Church, UCC, at 235 Main Street in Farmington. Everything is free,
Winter SowingMt. Vernon Community Center 2 Main St., Mt. Vernon, ME, ME
Winter seed sowing in clear plastic containers that act as mini greenhouses is an easy, inexpensive way to start seedlings. Come learn how to do it, and start some seedlings of your own! The program will be presented by wonderful local gardener, Rhonda Marquis, on Sunday, March 5, at 1PM at the Mt. Vernon Community Center. Materials will be provided, but it would be helpful if you bring a gallon milk jug & some seeds to share. Limit is 15 participants, and pre-registration is required. To pre-register, call (293-2565) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) the Dr. Shaw Memorial Library in Mt. Vernon.
Maine Mountain Chamber Music ConcertNordica Auditorium, Merrill Hall, UMF 224 Main Street, Farmington, ME
Yuri Funahashi (piano), Laurie Kennedy (viola) with guest artists Gianluca Pane (violin) and Elena Ariza (cello). Suggested price is $20 for Adults (more if you can, less if you can't - everyone welcome, nobody turned away), UMF students and youth 18 and under are free. Music of Beethoven, Nadia Boulanger, and Astor Piazzolla. Elena Ariza is a cellist based in New York City, currently pursuing an Artist Diploma at The Juilliard School. She previously received her Master of Music at Juilliard and her Bachelor of Arts at Columbia University, majoring in computer science, as part of its exchange program with
Teada to perform Old South ChurchOld South First Congregational Church, UCC 235 Main Street, Farmington, ME
Called “invigorating” by The Washington Post, Ireland’s band Teada comes to Old South Church Concert Series on Monday, March 6, 2023. Admission $25 adults, $20 seniors and students. Tickets can be reserved by calling 207-491-5919 or purchased at the door. Old South Church is handicapped accessible through the Main Street entrance. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Concert begins at 7:00 p.m. Face masks are optional. A traditional band from Ireland with a truly worldwide reach, Téada has appeared as a frequent headliner at major music festivals throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Africa, Russia, the Middle East and Australia. Highlights
What the CEI WBC can do for you: from aspiring entrepreneurs to seasoned business ownersOnline via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME
Join the CEI Women’s Business Center and Island Institute for a virtual information session to learn about the CEI WBC's no-cost, confidential business service support and resources. This session will give you an overview of the individual advising opportunities, available workshops and resources, learning cohorts where you can dive deep into relevant topics with peers. Regardless of whether you are in idea stage, start-up, or growth mode, or are looking to network and learn with other female entrepreneurs this session will introduce you to the WBC and to each other! This program is geared towards those women and businesses based on any
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Certification 101Online via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME
Each year, the Federal Government awards about 10% of all federal contract dollars to Small Disadvantaged Businesses. In this 1-hour workshop, Leesah Patt, Disadvantaged Business Services Specialist at Eastern Maine Development Corporation will present on the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Certification. What are the benefits of being a certified DBE? Who is eligible? How do I apply for the certification? There will be time for Q+A, come with questions!
Western Maine Audubon presents: “Great Blue Herons in Maine,” presented by Danielle D’AuriaUMF Preble Hall--Thomas Auditorium 173 High Street, Farmington, ME
Western Maine Audubon invites the general public to a free live talk titled, “Great Blue Herons in Maine,” presented by Danielle D’Auria of the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. The talk will be held on Wednesday, March 8th from 7:00-8:30 pm in UMF’s Thomas Auditorium at 173 High Street, Farmington. Did you ever wonder where Maine’s Great Blue Herons go in winter, and what path they travel to get there? Since 2016, Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife has deployed lightweight GPS tracking devices on Great Blue Herons to follow their movements during nesting, migration, and wintering.