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Insect Camp

September 6, 2019 - September 7, 2019
Reversing Hall 4 Leighton Point Road
Pembroke, ME 04666 United States
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$150 – $180

Co-Sponsored by MOFGA - Hovering and whirring insects, life-giving to birds and invertebrates, are pollinating! Join to learn more about insect habitat and behavior, their ecology, reproduction, population dynamics and impact on agricultural production. Our teachers will cover landscape-design, natural beekeeping, learning how to mitigate pesticide impacts and create sanctuaries for these critical creatures on our farms and on our landscapes. You don't have to own land to learn how to help the insects. We will specifically talk about how to create plantings on common lands (church, school, playground, cemetery etc.) that benefits the native bees, butterflies, moths and other insects we share the flowers with. This session is compatible with attending the international beekeeping conference "Apimondia" in Montreal, and is conveniently enroute from many parts of the country via scenic Rt. One highway.

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8:00 am

Pirate Festival

September 6, 2019 @ 8:00 am - September 8, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
Downtown Eastport Eastport, ME 04631 United States + Google Map

In it's 14th year, the Eastport Pirate Festival offers events for all ages. Come watch or join in the rum barrel races, children's events, a craft market, concerts, street dance, and more!

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7:00 pm

Before the Mast: A Sea Shanties “A Cappella” Concert

September 6, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Covert Hall North Head Anglican Church
Grand Manan, New Brunswick Canada
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Before the Mast is a sea shanty group based in Saint John, New Brunswick, which was once a major shipbuilding centre and whose tall ships routinely sailed to every major port in the world during the Age of Sail. The men of the group sing to entertain, to introduce audiences to the amazing richness and vitality of shipboard work songs and to celebrate our rich and storied maritime heritage. Shanties were of necessity sung without instrumental accompaniment and so are sung 'a cappella'.  Concert is at Covert Hall, Church of the Ascension, North Head.

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