Fish presentations, 7 p.m. in Scarborough

At the Sebago Trout Unlimited chapter’s meeting, Bill Pierce of Rangeley’s Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum will share footage of the Rangeley area fisheries, including a photo of a 12-pound brook trout. Then Rick LaRiviere, president of the Saco Salmon Restoration Alliance, will give a presentation on the problems associated with the dams on the Saco River. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at Camp Ketcha, 336 Black Point Road in Scarborough. No cost. All are welcome.


Allagash Tails, 3:30 p.m. in Yarmouth

Outdoor author Tim Caverly will give a presentation on the historic film “Blizzard to Blossoms” at the Bay Square Retirement Community, 27 Forest Falls Drive in Yarmouth. The film was made during the winter of 1949 by photographer and Maine humorist Henry Briggs. The movie takes the viewer from a severe winter blizzard to the spring season and offers a portrait of life in rural Maine three years after World War II. For more information, contact Caverly at www.allagashtails.com.


Full moon walk, 7 p.m. March 23, in Biddeford

Join the Eastern Trail for a full moon walk along the trail. Meet at the rear of the Southern Maine Health Care parking lot in Biddeford. The route includes a pond that has seen a lot of beaver activity. The hike will last about an hour and a half. No flashlights or pets. No cost. All are welcome. For more information, contact [email protected] or call 283-4487.

Chainsaw class, April 23-24, in Jefferson

The Midcoast Conservancy will offer a chainsaw safety class at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson. By the end of the class, students will have the knowledge to properly maintain their saws and use them safely to buck firewood, fell trees and perform trail work. Participants don’t need a chainsaw. The cost is $150. For more information, go to hvnc.org.

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