BIPOC Woman Business NavigatorCEI Women's Business Center South 2 Portland Fish Pier, Portland, ME
This 12-week cohort provides technical guidance to 10-12 women of color who are either at the pre-start or very early stages of their entrepreneurial journey. Each 90 minute, in-person session will be facilitated by Grace Mo-Phillips, WBC Business Advisor. Through practical business training and peer discussions, participants help one another define and refine their business ideas, identify where the opportunities and challenges lie, and develop strategies to overcome barriers in starting or growing their business. At the end of the cohort, participants will have a clearly defined business plan using the Business Model Canvas. Participants will also learn about available resources
Hiring ChecklistOnline via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME
Join experts from the Bureau of Labor Standards to learn what you need to know when it comes to hiring an employee! Wage & Hour session: This presentation will cover resources for: Hiring employees, Youth Employment Laws, and The importance of timesheet and scheduling practices. SafetyWorks! session: This presentation will cover: Top 10 most common safety violations, Available on-site consultation for your business, The SafetyWorks! Training Institute, and OSHA Voluntary Protection programs Both sessions will provide time for Q+A with attendees. Session Dates: April 5th 10:00am-11:30am April 6th 10:00am-11:30am Register Today to receive the Zoom link for both sessions!
St. Patrick’s Day Pancake BreakfastVFW Post 3335 64 Jewell St, Jay, ME 04239, Jay, ME
The Franklin County Democratic Committee will host Governor Janet Mills and Assistant House Majority Leader Kristen Cloutier (D-Lewiston) at their 48th pancake breakfast on Saturday, March 18th, from 8am to 10:30 a.m. at the VFW Hall, Rt. 133 in Jay. The public is invited and welcome to attend. Cost is $10 for adults; kids under 12 are free. Pancakes, sausage, coffee, tea, hot cocoa, and juice will be served. There will also be a 50/50 raffle, donations are welcome. This is a family-friendly event. Tickets available online or at the door.
Community Lunch at Old South Church March 18thOld South First Congregational Church, UCC 235 Main Street, Farmington, ME
Community Lunch is back! We are holding the lunches on the THIRD SATURDAY of every month. We will be offering eat-in, delivery and takeout meals. You can call the church the week before the meal (778-0424) and place an order to be delivered, or you can come to the church and either sit down and eat with others or take a meal out with you. The menu for our March meal will be: Stan's roast loin of pork, macaroni & cheese, green beans, buscuit, cake, and beverages. The Coat and Cupboard will be open offering winter outerwear. And our new
AuditionsSparrows Nest Theater 1114 West Mills Rd, Industry, ME
The Odd Couple - female version. Roles for 6 women, 3 men. Tentative performance dates May 11-14. Directed by Fred Liebfried. FMI: email@example.com
PUBLIC TAKE-OUT SUPPER-HARNDEN MASONIC HALLHarland M. Harden Masonic Building 70 Bryant Road, East Wilton, ME
On Saturday, MARCH 18, 2023, there will be a Public Pickup /Takeout Supper at the Harland M. Harnden Masonic Building, 70 Bryant Road, East Wilton, Maine , from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. The menu will be Corned Beef, Boiled Potatoes, Carrots, Cabbage, Dinner Roll, and Homemade Dessert. The price will be $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for those under 12. DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES, HOME DELIVERY WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE IN EITHER WILTON OR FARMINGTON. Reservations by THURSDAY, MARCH 16 by 5:00 pm would be most appreciated. Reservations may be made by calling Clint Coolidge – 207-645-4053; Robert Lawrence -207-778-2354 or
Al-Anon at FMHFranklin Memorial Hospital
Al-Anon, a self-help support group for families and friends of alcoholics, is meeting every Sunday evening at 7 p.m., in the Crosby Room at Franklin Memorial Hospital.
April Biz Fit: Business Check-In & Check-Up *Extended Time 8am-9:30am*Online via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME
What is your "APGAR" score? The APGAR is a brief test given to newborns after 1 and 5 minutes of life on earth to check their vital signs and how they are functioning in the world. What's your business's vital signs of health? How is your business functioning? How do you get IT and YOU balanced, sustainable and vital in the months ahead? Let's use a Biz Fit informal gathering to Check In & Check Up regarding your business vital signs: External (Marketing, outreach, communications, etc.), Internal (Operations, financials, HR, etc.), Personal (Self-care as a business owner). We'll discuss together
Emergency Preparedness for Small BusinessOnline via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME
CEI Women's Business Center Consultant Katie Kelley will walk you through emergency preparedness for your small business. We will discuss creating a standard operating procedure (SOP) for your business that will outline the functions and processes as they pertain to your business. SOPs ensure daily operations can be implemented in the event that you, as the owner, are unable to tend to your business. This will be an interactive 1-hour workshop with time for questions and answers at the end of the workshop. Register Today!
Self-Worth Club: A Skills-Building Discussion Group For Female Business OwnersOnline via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME
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 ability
Mobile Food Business: No Truck? No Problem!Online via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME
Without an actual truck, what can you do with your mobile food business this season? WBC Business advisor, Ruth Feldman will discuss some ways to think creatively about alternative venues. We will also touch upon: licenses & permits, insurance, and marketing best practices to help you get your food business up and running. This workshop will also provide an opportunity for participants to connect with one another about tips and experience from on the ground. Register Today!