Nordic skiing presentation

Join Hidden Valley Nature Center for a presentation titled “Maine’s Nordic Skiing Heritage: 1870-Present” at 5 p.m. Sunday in the in HI-Hut at 131 Egypt Road.

Scott Andrews of the Ski Museum of Maine will give an hourlong presentation about cross-country skiing in Maine, as part of his Fireside Chats series.

Suggested donation is $5 per person. Space is limited. Register at: For more details, call 200-8840.


Recreation programs listed

The Kittery Recreation Department is accepting sign-ups for a number of programs that it will offer this winter for all ages.

Youth programs will include boys-only dance class, karate, zumbatomic, youth salsa, youth ballroom dancing, everyday manners for kids, hip-hop dance, creative dance, beginning ballet, intermediate ballet, preschool jump ’n gym, children-walking, tumbling and gymnastics.

Adults programs will include chair yoga, zumba gold, karate, Hatha yoga, Nordic walking, low-impact aerobics, cardio interval, cardio strength circuit, beginner salsa, intermediate salsa, beginning West Coast swing, ballroom dancing, belly dancing, beginning tap dance, teen/adult ballet, professional etiquette in the workplace, intro to photography, and a travel lecture series.

Senior events will include weekly movie days, breakfast, lunch, bingo and mah-jong sessions.

All registrations must be done at the Recreation Center, 120 Rogers Road.

For more details, dates, times and fees, go to: or call 439-3800.


‘Songswap’ set Thursday

Camden Public Library at 55 Main St. will host a “Songswap” from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday. This informal song-circle format is open to all. Attendees are invited to bring a friend and an instrument. For more details, call Ken Gross at 236-3440.


Historical case study

Pam Eagleson, CG, will present the lecture, “Finding Thomas’ Father: An 18th-century Prince William County Virginia Case Study” at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Kennebunk Free Library, 112 Main St.

For more information, call the library at 985-2173 or go to: