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Huntsman Marine Debris Art Contest

Huntsman Marine Science Center 1 Lower Campus Road, Saint Andrews

The #DebrisFreeFundy project would like your help to raise awareness about the importance of healthy oceans! We are hosting our second annual Marine Debris Art Contest- winners of the contest will have their artwork printed in our 2022 Marine Debris Calendar. Grab your art supplies and show us how marine debris impacts the Bay of Fundy and how you can help prevent marine debris!

Participants must be students in a New Brunswick public, private or homeschool (Kindergarten to Grade 12). Submissions must be entered by Friday, March 19th.
Please email with any questions and to receive required contest instructions and forms.


Story Time Saturday with Porter Memorial Library

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

Porter Memorial Library will post a new, reading aloud segment called Story Time Saturday to its Facebook page beginning February 13, 2021. During the recorded session, a guest reader will read aloud from new and old children's literature. The library's first guest reader, Andrea McGill O'Rourke, will present the children's classic, Charlotte's Web by E. B. White.
Andrea will start by reading Chapters 1 to 3 on Saturday, February 13. Each Saturday a new recording will be posted to Facebook. The final chapters of Charlotte's Web will be available on Saturday, March 27. Listener/viewers can find Story Time Saturday at


Copyright 101

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

One of the simplest and most complex issues around writing is copyright. As soon as you write something, it is yours, so why all of the fuss? This class will walk through some of the basics about how to apply for a copyright for written works.

Online via Zoom
Instructor: Valerie Lawson
Cost: $25


Basics of Organic Vegetable Gardening

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

Are you thinking of starting your first vegetable garden this Spring? Are you aware of the effects of toxic chemicals and fertilizers and want to go from conventional gardening to organic sustainable methods? Peavey Library and TWIG will be offering an online Zoom presentation for the for the basics of organic vegetable gardening. Join us on to learn to grow some organic nutritious vegetables!
Please send email address to to sign up. TWIG will be in touch with instructions the morning of the Zoom chat.