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Artist Exhibit: Lauren Luloff

Lubec Landmarks Mulholland Gallery 50 Water Street, Lubec

Lauren Luloff will be the featured artist at the Mulholland Gallery in Lubec from September 9 - 28. Opening reception will be on September 11 from 5 - 7 pm.

Part of the McCurdy Smokehouse complex is the former Mulholland Market. It was the first building restored by Lubec Landmarks and now serves as the organization's non-profit gallery (The Mulholland Gallery).

Lubec Landmarks encourages and supports local artists and craftspeople with seasonal shows of their works at the gallery. Purchases made at the gallery and donations made at the museum go to the preservation of the McCurdy Smokehouse complex so that future generations may be educated of the history of the fishing industry in the region.

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Yoga at Stockford Park with Ginny Beisel

Stockford Park S Water Street, Lubec

Experience the healing of yoga in an outdoor atmosphere!

You can catch Ginny teaching all levels of outdoor classes at Stockford Park in Lubec on Sundays from 10-11 am, and Thursdays from 5:30-6:30 pm. Outdoor classes run through the end of October.

Ginny Beisel is a 200 hour registered yoga teacher living in Lubec Maine. She discovered yoga while healing from a running injury and fell in love with yoga’s simple but powerful practices. She believes in helping her students discover and explore yoga’s dynamic nature in their own unique way. By leading classes that are accessible and affordable, Ginny strives to bring equity to the yoga community.

For more information, email Ginny at ginnybeisel@gmail.com.

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Hunting for Herring: An Evening of Celebration of Fishery Traditions on Grand Manan and Beyond

Grand Manan Museum 1141 Route 776, Grand Manan

"The potato of the Middle Ages," "the silver darlings", "the silver of the seas" - these are a few of the nicknames for herring, one of the most abundant fishes in the sea. Presenter Alison Hawthorne Deming will discuss the importance of herring to Grand Manan and throughout the history of the world. She will have aerial images of what remains of the early "stone weirs" and of recently operating weirds in celebration of this unique legal fishery. Admission by donation.