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April Classes are starting at MCST

April 4, 2019

Now that it’s April, catch some new information! Enroll today in courses at MCST Adult Ed. View or register on our website: www.midcoastadulted.com. Details are also in our new Winter/Spring ‘19 catalog. Or call 596-7752 opt.3 and speak to Heidi or Betsy to register over the phone. More...

Customers at Good Tern Co-op raise more than $800 to support homeless families

April 4, 2019

For the past few years, Good Tern Co-op has sponsored the “Round It Up!” program, in which a different (often local) organization is chosen as the program recipient for the month. Customers at the registers can round up their purchases to the nearest dollar, and sometimes give a little more, to benefit the featured organization of the month. Since the inception of the program, the Co-op has raised over $20,000 which has been donated to help many worthy causes. More...

Camden Public Library Announces Special Events for National Library Week Feature

April 4, 2019

The Camden Public Library has special plans for National Library Week this year! Beginning April 6, there will be daily events featuring different components of the library’s facilities, programs, and staff. The public is invited to any and all events, to help celebrate this nation’s libraries and the Camden Public Library in particular. This year’s theme is “Libraries = Strong Communities.” More...

Wyatt Winchenbaugh Joins Trekkers’ Board of Directors

April 4, 2019

Trekkers is pleased to announce that Trekkers student, Wyatt Winchenbaugh has joined the Board of Directors as their newest student board member. More...

Micromassé and Sara Hallie Richardson at the Camden Opera House

April 4, 2019

Once again, the Camden Opera House MaineMadeMusic series presents a double-billed night of unbeatable Maine-based talent! Micromassé and Sara Hallie Richardson will be live on Saturday, April 27, 7:30 pm. More...

Magician’s sick in bed?! Too bad, the show must go on!

April 4, 2019

A one-woman physical comedy, The Magician’s Assistant, will be presented at the Strand Theatre on Saturday, April 6 at 11am. The show is part of the Strand Family Series, and features a Pay-What-You-Can sliding scale for admission. Running time is 45 minutes. More...

Rock City Employee Cooperative Donates $1367 to Trekkers

April 4, 2019

The Rock City Employee Cooperative in downtown Rockland is thrilled to announce that they have donated $1,367 to Trekkers from their First Annual Co-op Party on March 9th. Rock City selected Trekkers to be the beneficiary of the inaugural community fundraising event. Trekkers is a Rockland-based organization that works to cultivate the inherent strengths of young people through the power of long-term mentoring relationships. More...

Undersea Exploration at the Camden Public Library April 11

April 4, 2019

As part of Maritime Month at the Camden Public Library, Karl McLetchie of SeaKnowledge will report on recent deepsea explorations, using photos and video from scientific and archaeological explorations. SeaKnowledge is a marine operations and design company dedicated to applying the latest technologies to ocean exploration. During his presentation at the library on Thursday, April 11 at 7:00 pm, McLetchie will cover archaeological, biological, and geological discoveries from around the world at depths down to 6,000 meters (3.7 miles!). He will also describe the unique engineering challenges associated with exploring these extreme depths, and conclude with a discussion about some of the human impacts he has observed in these remote underwater environments. More...

Celebrate National Poetry Month with Elizabeth Tibbetts

April 4, 2019

The Camden Public Library will be celebrating National Poetry Month with poet Elizabeth Tibbetts on Sunday, April 14, at 2:00 pm. Tibbetts will be launching her new book, “Say What You Can” (Deerbrook Editions, 2019). The Camden Public Library was Tibbetts’s hometown library so she is especially happy to be reading here! More...

Help Keep Knox County Beautiful - Route 1 Relay

April 3, 2019

The snow has melted and exposed a tremendous amount of litter that has collected throughout the winter along our otherwise scenic Route 1. It is time to remove the trash and beautify Route 1 for the benefit and safety of our residents and seasonal visitors, alike. Keep Knox County Beautiful is seeking local businesses and community organizations to adopt a ½ mile stretch of Route 1 in Knox County. During the two-day event on May 3 and 4, we are asking business sponsors to coordinate teams of 2-4 individuals to clean a half mile assigned section of Route 1 from the Warren/Waldoboro line all the way north to the Camden/Lincolnville line. More...