August 26, 2013

Events

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Bigelow Laboratory’s Cafe Scientifique summer series concludes with a talk by marine virus ecologist and senior research scientist Joaquin Martinez on Tuesday in East Boothbay.

Courtesy of Tatiana Brailovskaya

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Playwright and College of the Atlantic alumna Andrea Lepcio returns to the campus Tuesday for a lecture on contemporary arts.

Courtesy of Heather Anderson

For more information about MCHO, go to www.maineoptions.org.  

ST. GEORGE

Program on Civil War

Civil War re-enactor Thornton Batty, with the 20th Maine, will present a program detailing the service of local soldiers who fought in the Civil War at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at St. George Historical Society at Wiley's Corner Road.

A potluck supper will precede the talk at 6:30 p.m. All are invited to bring a dish to share.

The program is free, but donations are appreciated. 

For more details, call James Skoglund at 372-8893.

DAMARISCOTTA

Learn about Aging in Place

Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center will sponsor an Aging in Place and community symposium from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 12 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on Belvedere Road.

The daylong event will feature tips and talks from aging experts to help elderly populations access resources and services that can help them be able to continue living in their own homes.

Through panel discussions, personal stories, interactive workshops, exhibits and a community conversation, this year's symposium focuses on thriving in place and downsizing as one learns how to be successful at refashioning one's place in time.

Program leaders, peers and professionals will examine the multiple aspects of downsizing one's space, rightsizing one's lifestyle, assessing the livability of one's' home and community so that one can stay at home and in place within one's community of choice. 

Orders for healthy boxed lunches, to be prepared by the Elder Care Network of Lincoln County, will be available for participants to pick up during the symposium's lunch break for $7 each.

Boxed lunches must be ordered and paid for in advance.

To place an order, call 563-1363.

For more information, a brochure and a registration form, call 563-1363, email coastal@spectrumgeneraton.org or stop by Spectrum Generations at 521 Main St. in Damariscotta.

BOOTHBAY HARBOR

Talk on marine viruses

Marine virus ecologist and senior research scientist Dr. Joaquin Martinez will head the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Science's final Cafe Scientifique of the summer at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Boothbay Harbor Opera House at 86 Townsend Ave.

Martinez will discuss current research about the roles that marine viruses play in the ocean's complex food web and the virus-mediated microbial mechanisms and processes that shape diverse marine environments, from the nearby Gulf of Maine to deep-sea marine sediments and hydrothermal vents.

The talk is free and open to the public, with beer, wine and sodas available for purchase.  

CAMDEN

Free events at public library

Camden Public Library will host a number of free programs this week at its 55 Main St. facility.

The MOJO Jazz Orchestra will perform an informal, free concert at 6:15 p.m. Monday at the Camden Amphitheatre. Attendees of the performance are encouraged to bring blankets or chairs for seating.

Terry Cline will present the free workshop "Health By Design: Architecture as a Health Resource for All" at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Call 236-3440 to register.

A Camden walking tour will be offered at 4 p.m. Friday. Hosted by the Camden Public Library and the Camden Downtown Business Group, the tour begins at the library. Call 236-3440 to register.

Richard Cornelia will present an illustrated talk on "The True Story of the Mutiny on the Bounty" at 1 p.m. Saturday as part of Windjammer Festival.

For more details, call Ken Gross at 236-3440.

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