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Huntsman Marine Debris Art Contest

Huntsman Marine Science Centre 1 Lower Campus Road, St. 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


Spring Fling Raffle

Wabanaki Natural Basket & Gift Shop 8 Back Road, Pleasant Point

Spring Fling ticket sales will benefit basketry classes at the shop, and there will also be "private raffles" with submissions from Gal Frey, Mary Daigle & Brenda Moore-Mitchell.

Raffle tickets can be purchased in person or online through Cash app/$brendamooremitchell. Photos to follow. start date for ticket sales will be March 1st, and the raffle will be on March 20th.


Time Capsule Submissions for St. Stephen 150

Garcelon Civic Centre 22 Budd Ave, Saint Stephen

The town of St. Stephen will be burying a time capsule on May 17th in celebration of our 150th anniversary and we want to know what you think 2046 will look like!

How to enter:

Send us your artwork showing what you think St. Stephen will look like 25 years from now! Artwork will be displayed at the Garcelon Civic Center and 2 lucky winners will win a caplet (9.8”x2.7”x3.1”) for their family to fill!

There is no cost to enter, simply drop off your art submissions now through March 31st at the main desk of the Garcelon Civic Center, attention St. Stephen 150 Committee


Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop

Cobscook Community Learning Center 10 Commissary Point Rd, Trescott

Cobscook Institute presents: Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop, co-sponsored by MOFGA Saturday March 13th 10 am - 12 noon. Taught by CJ Walke, MOFGA Orchardist


St. Patty’s Day Drive Thru Dinner

Lubec American Legion Post 65 491 County Street, Lubec

Celebrate St. Patty's Day while observing social distancing practices. Join the American Legion Auxiliary unit #65 with a drive thru dinner on March 13, starting at 4 and going until the food has run out!

Menu: corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, turnip, and carrots. For dessert there is chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting!

491 County Road, Lubec, ME 04652


New Moon Teachings: Wabanaki Place Names

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This month's New Moon Teachings is about Wabanaki Place Names - Understanding Wabanaki Landscape. The New Moons Teachings series takes place monthly on the new moon and so we will convene via Zoom webinar on Saturday, March 13th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm EST.
We are grateful to host a panel of James E. Francis, Sr. (Director of Cultural and Historic Preservation, Penobscot Nation) and Donald Soctomah (Passamaquoddy Tribal Historic Preservation Officer).

The drum above was painted by James E. Francis, Sr., Director of Cultural and Historic Preservation for the Penobscot Nation. To learn more about the New Moon Drum Project, click to visit the Penobscot Cultural & Historic Preservation website.