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Rockland Shows Its Pride During Pandemic

July 8, 2020

Last year, a group of demonstrators gathered outside of Rockland’s courthouse with signs and flags and held what was dubbed by the local paper as the first Pride event in Rockland. What a wonderful thing it was to see a Pride demonstration in our hometown! This year, community members were hoping to see an expansion of this effort with picnics and dances, but then Covid-19 happened.

Not to be deterred, locals decorated their front porches and businesses flew flags to show their support of Rockland’s LGBTQ+ community. More...

North Atlantic Blues Festival to be presented virtually - July 11-12

July 7, 2020

KISS-FM is preparing to bring you the first ever Virtual North Atlantic Blues Festival on July 11th and 12th - with all of the artists that were scheduled to play this summer at Rockland Harbor Park! Let's have a worldwide listening PARTY!!! More...

Public comments sought on Rockport short-term rentals

July 7, 2020

The town of Rockport will hold a workshop to receive public comments on residential short-term rentals and whether the town should propose regulations for residential short-term rentals. The workshop takes place Thursday, July 9, at 5:30 p.m. The workshop will be held via Zoom videoconferencing, due to the current pandemic and to accommodate as many people as possible. There will be no in-person attendance. More...

The Camden Conference announces winners of high school level Bill Taylor Award

July 1, 2020

​The Camden Conference is pleased to announce the awarding of the high school level Bill Taylor Awards to four high school students for their essays related to the 2020 Camden Conference, The Media Revolution: Changing the World. Bill Taylor, a long-time supporter of the Conference, created this award in 2014 to promote student research in support of his strong interest in education. More...

Daughter of Holocaust Survivors Preserves Her Family’s Story

July 1, 2020

​On Tuesday, July 7 at 6:00 pm, the Camden Public Library welcomes Dr. Judy Stone, the daughter of Hungarian survivors of Auschwitz and Dachau, for an online talk about her new book Resilience. Stone’s story depicts her family’s strength during some of the most horrific events of the twentieth century. More...

Transportation Museum Launches New Web Series ‘Shifting History’

July 1, 2020

​After a year-long production effort, the Owls Head Transportation Museum (OHTM) is thrilled to announce the release of their first-ever web series, “Shifting History,” set to premiere on June 30. Written and directed by Assistant Curator Thomas Goodwin, this 9-episode mockumentary follows one millennial's quest to care about America's most influential car — the Model T. More...

Craignair Inn launches new branding, renovations and post-COVID opening plans

July 1, 2020

​Working with Superette Studio, a 100% woman-owned design firm from Boston, MA Lauren and Greg Soutiea have taken on the massive task of rebranding the “Craignair Inn and Restaurant” to a new and exciting Craignair Inn by the Sea along with the Causeway Restaurant and Clark Bar. A newly remodeled version of the former restaurant which now offers a sit-down bar and walk up window for guests who would prefer to have beverages or snacks outside on the deck or picnic table seated with some of Maine’s best ocean views. More...

UMA Rockland Center offers Jump Start to prepare for college

July 1, 2020

​The UMA Rockland Center is offering a free seven week 1-credit course called,"Jump Start" from July 13 - August 24 to help prepare students to succeed in college. With a combination of seven 2 hour weekly classes using real time video participation and online learning, those new to college, or considering applying for the fall, will be able to test their computer competency skills, learn note taking, time management, how to manage test anxiety, and explore some career planning tools. More...

A Photo Showcase and Conversation About the Guatemala Experience

June 26, 2020

​On Thursday, July 2, at 6:00 pm, the Camden Public Library will host Sue Micholvitz for an online presentation entitled, “It Takes a Village to Build a Community: The Guatemala Experience.” More...

Free Historic Walking Tours in Camden

June 26, 2020

​The Camden Public Library is pleased to once again offer live walking tours of downtown Camden on Friday afternoons at 4:00 pm, starting June 26 and running through September 11. This entertaining and educational walking tour features a handful of historic sites in downtown Camden, including the Camden Public Library grounds and Amphitheatre, which were designated a National Historic Landmark in 2013. More...