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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.


“You Art What You Eat” Virtual Art Contest

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

To celebrate March as National Nutrition Month, Wabanaki Public Health & Wellness presents You Art What You Eat: A Virtual Art Contest! Create a piece of art that represents how you "Feed Your Creativity" and submit to or before March 31st to enter.

Show us how you feed your creativity today! For complete details and information on how to submit, please visit their facebook page by clicking here.


Senior Citizen St. Patrick’s Day Special

Ceaser's Pub & Grill 633 Main Street, Calais

Nino's Downeast Cuisine & Ceasar's Pub & Grill will be hosting a safe dining experience for Senior citizens to enjoy a traditional St. Patrick's Day corned beef & cabbage boiled dinner. All CDC guidelines will be followed and all Senior Citizens will receive a 15% Discount!
Call 207-454-7111 to make your reservation!


St. Patrick’s Day Dinner @ The Algonquin

Algonquin Resort, St. Andrews By-The-Sea 184 Adolphus Street, St. Andrews

Get your Green on...Celebrate St Patrick's Day with us at
Right Whale Pub on March 17, 2021 from 3PM to midnight.

Contact: or click here to visit the official Facebook page.


History of Women’s Suffrage in the United States

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

Join a Maine Humanities Council book group discussion of Women's Suffrage in the United States online via Zoom, sponsored by the Lincoln Memorial Public Library, on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 8 p.m., on the following dates:
February 24 The Suffragist, Myth and Legend
March 17 The Abolitionist Movement and the Accidental Suffragist
April 7 U.S. Immigration Law and the Disappearing Suffragist
April 28 Battle on the Home Front: The Maine Suffragist
May 19 Marching On: Black Suffragist Legacies and Futures

To register please call the Library at 726-4750 and leave your Name, Telephone Number, and Email Address, or call Coordinator Bill Attick at 726-4685 with questions.
All books and reading materials will be provided to every participant, to be returned to the Library at the end of the series. A complete list of books and topics for discussion is found by clicking here.


Play by Play – Theater of the Absurd

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

Play by Play is a free theatre appreciation course offered by Stage East that builds participants' abilities to analyze and thoughtfully discuss plays through in-class readings and discussion as well as helpful study guides.

This session's focus is Theatre of the Absurd. Alongside facilitator, Mark Macey, participants will chart this movement's impact on theatre history and its relevance today. The reading line up is as follows:
Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett – Feb. 17th
The Dumbwaiter by Harold Pinter – Feb. 24th
The Bald Soprano by Eugene Ionesco – March 3rd
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead by Tom Stoppard – March 10th
4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane – March 24th
Topdog/Underdog by Suzan Lori-Parks – March 31st
Pass Over by Antoinette Nwandu – April 7th
Culminating event TBD – April 21st
Sign-ups along with more information are available here:, or contact Macey at