Event Series Kingfield Seniors Monthly Meeting

Kingfield Seniors Monthly Meeting

Western Mountains Baptist Church 928 Carrabassett Road, Route 27, New Portland, ME, United States

Are you a senior that enjoys having potluck lunches, playing games and meeting new and old friends? We at the Kingfield Seniors group meet the first Monday of the month at 12 p.m. at the Western Mountains Baptist Church in New Portland. All Seniors are welcome (you don't need to live in Kingfield) and we look forward to meeting you!

Event Series Square dancing in New Sharon

Square dancing in New Sharon

Cape Cod Hill School, New Sharon, ME 516 Cape Cod Hill Rd. (Rte. 134), New Sharon, ME, United States

Friendship Squares Dancing Club Invites you to join us for square dancing lessons: Every Monday night, from 6:30pm to 8:00 pm. Cape Cod Hill School, New Sharon, Maine Friendship Squares Dancing Club is square dancing in New Sharon at the Cape Cod Hill School from 6:30 to 8:00pm every Monday nights starting September 26th.  $5 per person per night.  Come and try it out.   Our group is fun and welcoming.  We meet every Monday night from 6:30 to 8:00pm at the Cape Cod Hill School, New Sharon, ME starting September 26, 2022. $5 per person, per night.  Our caller

$5

Tuesday Toast Talks: Meet, Share, & Connect

The Lovely Idea Company 130 Main St, Farmington, ME, United States

Join WBC Business Advisor, Jodi Cordes, for an informal networking meeting with new, existing, or aspiring female entrepreneurs from Greater Franklin County! Join us on the first Tuesday for a great conversation among business owners, at any stage. Come together to connect, share expertise, and learn from each other about running a business. Location: The Lovely Idea Company at 130 Main St Farmington, ME 04938. Light refreshments will be provided. Agenda: 7:30 am-8:00 am - Facilitated conversation/educational presentation. 8:00am - 9:00am Meet, Share, & Connect - stay and chat, depart when you need to.

Free

When to Hold ‘Em, Fold ’em

Online via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME, United States

Feeling pressure from increased labor rates, fuel prices, and stressed supply chains? Suffering from the wet summer and worried about heading into the off-season? Then join Maine SBDC at CEI Center Director Raynor Large for this webinar where we will look at strategies for understanding the financial tipping points in running your business and the path for moving forward. You’ll leave with a better understanding of how to navigate your circumstance and there will be plenty of time for Q&A at the end. Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. SBA. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities

Free
Event Series Farmington Chess Club

Farmington Chess Club

Farmington Community Center 127 Middle Street, Farmington, ME, United States

Farmington Chess Club meets every Thursday at the Farmington Community Center from 9:30 to 12:30. The club is open to players of all ages and skill levels. For more information, visit https://farmingtonchess.org/

Intro to Woman-Owned Certifications: Part 1 – Who’s Who?

Online via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME, United States

A key growth strategy for many businesses is getting certified as woman-owned. But what exactly is the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) Certification and the Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) Certification? How are they different and what are the benefits as a small business owner? Join us for this panel discussion to help with those questions! You’ll have the opportunity to hear from local people who can help you scale to the point of being ready for certification, help you with the applications, and help you utilize the certification(s) once you have them!

Free

October Biz Fit: Got S.T.E.A.M.?

We often hear about Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. While those are definitely useful skills for your business, what about Sustainability, Tenacity, Entrepreneurship, Authenticity, or Mentorship? What skills and abilities fuel your business? Bring your cup of tea or coffee. Let’s use this confidential and supportive space to share ideas, get ideas.

Free

Country Square Quilters Meeting

Beans Corner Baptist Church 17 CHESTERVILLE ROAD, JAY, ME, United States

Project Bag and Ornament

Gold LEAF Institute Senior College Fall/Winter Term Kick-Off

St. Joseph Center 133 Middle St, Farmington, ME, United States

Heads up! GLI (Gold LEAF Institute) Senior College Fall/Winter term registration is now open. Whether you’re a meticulous long-range planner with a preference for predictability or a lover of spur-of-the-moment spontaneity, you’ll love what the GLI Fall/Winter schedule has to offer. Either way, don’t wait too long to sign-up. Classes and trips can fill up quickly! Learn more about Gold LEAF and the Fall/Winter courses at GLI’s Fall/Winter Term Kick-off from 3 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, October 11, at St. Joseph’s Parish Hall, Farmington. This event is free and open to the public. GLI is a member-run organization affiliated

Women’s Circle

End of the Rainbow

Octobers new moon is in Libra- all about balance & harmony. Let’s chat about what this theme means for us in our current lives. Come & experience: Community Guided meditation/visualization Ceremony/ritual Fun movement Structured conversations Learning on theme What to bring: •Journal + Pen •Comfortable clothing •Water & snack for yourself •Sitting cushion if you have one •Financial contribution: cash/Venmo We have new faces every time, don’t be shy- just arrive!

$25

Western Maine Audubon presents: “Rising Seas and Warming Waters: Climate Stresses to Gulf of Maine Marine Species”

Thomas Auditorium in UMF's Preble Hall 173 High Street, FARMINGTON, ME, United States

Western Maine Audubon presents: “Rising Seas and Warming Waters: Climate Stresses to Gulf of Maine Marine Species”--a free talk by Dr. Hannah Baranes and Ph.D. candidate Andrew Allyn on Oct. 11 at 7:00 pm at UMF Western Maine Audubon invites the general public to a free talk titled, “Rising Seas and Warming Waters: Climate Stresses to Gulf of Maine Marine Species.” The talk will be given by by Dr. Hannah Baranes and Ph.D. candidate Andrew Allyn at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, October 11th in the Thomas Auditorium of Preble Hall on the campus of UMF. The talk will be recorded

Western Maine Audubon presents:“Rising Seas and Warming Waters: Climate Stresses to Gulf of Maine Marine Species”–a free talk by Dr. Hannah Baranes and Ph.D. candidate Andrew Allyn on Oct. 11 at 7:00 pm at UMF

UMF Preble Hall--Thomas Auditorium 173 High Street, Farmington, ME

Western Maine Audubon invites the general public to a free talk titled, “Rising Seas and Warming Waters: Climate Stresses to Gulf of Maine Marine Species.” The talk will be given by by Dr. Hannah Baranes and Ph.D. candidate Andrew Allyn at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, October 11th in the Thomas Auditorium of Preble Hall on the campus of UMF. The talk will be recorded as usual with the recording made available on WMA’s website (western.maineaudubon.org/videos) within a few weeks of the talk. The Gulf of Maine has one of the most biologically productive marine ecosystems in the world. It is also

Free