Tuesday, December 10, 2013
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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
Playwright and College of the Atlantic alumna Andrea Lepcio returns to the campus Tuesday for a lecture on contemporary arts.
Courtesy of Heather Anderson
Guest speaker John Bradford will present recent findings on the archeological digs at Popham Colony.
Refreshments will be served.
All are welcome to attend.
For more details, call 443-6409.
Free rockabilly concert
Musician Sean Mencher will perform a concert of rockabilly music at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the town mall in the downtown area.
Attendees of this free show are encouraged to bring a blanket or chair and a picnic. Presented by Brunswick Downtown Association.
For more details, call 729-4439 or go to www.brunswickdowntown.org/MOTM.
Climate change discussion
How will climate change affect what you eat and where your food is grown? And will Maine lose the ability to grow some food crops while gaining others?
Explore the connections between food choice and climate change at a talk at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm.
The event will be a moderated panel discussion with Rep. Chellie Pingree, Maine Farmland Trust director John Piotti and conservationist, gardener and writer Mort Mather.
A $5 suggested donation includes site admission.
For more details, go to wellsreserve.org or call 646-1555.
Saint Joseph's College will offer two babysitter certification classes, the first meeting Tuesday, and a follow-up session on Sept. 15; both sessions will meet from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. in the Harold Alfond Center on the Standish campus.
The course provides children ages 11 to 15 with the information and skills necessary to provide safe and responsible care for children in the absence of parents or guardians.
Topics include leadership skills, caregiving, first aid and safe play.
Students will be given a comprehensive babysitter's training manual and the tools needed to create a babysitter's kit.
With successful completion of the course, participants will earn an American Red Cross Babysitter's Training certification.
Students should bring their own lunch, pencil and paper.
The cost is $75 (or $65 for recertification) for members of the community.
If a class is needed on a different day, Saint Joseph's can create a class at another time if there are four interested people.
To register, visit www.sjcme.edu/alfond/redcross/babysitting.
For more details, call 893-6615 or email email@example.com.