TUE/15

MISCELLANEOUS

HOT TIMES IN THE CITY SUMMER
MOVIE SERIES: “DO THE RIGHT THING,”
6:30p.m., Patten Free Library, Bath.
Drama, rated R. A selection of the best
summer movies EVER, playing every
Tuesday at 6:30 at Patten Free.
THWING’S POINT ARCHAEOLOGICAL
DIG, 8a.m. to noon and 12:30-4:30p.m.
Thwing’s Point, Woolwich. Friends of Merrymeeting Bay gives you the opportunity
to unearth some of Maine’s deepest history.

TALKS-WORKSHOPS

BUSINESS LEADERSHIP SEMINAR,
6p.m., Topsham Public Library. Lead by
Bob Bremm, who has over 30 years of
experience is leadership development,
including 20 years in the U.S. Navy.
Bremm will present a two-part series
about leadership. Part two of his presentation will be in August. Register by calling
725-1725.

PERFORMANCES

BATH OUTDOOR CONCERTS: BATH JAZZ
BAND, pre-fireworks, 8p.m., Bath Gazebo
at Library Park. Come enjoy some free
jazz music.
SAVORY MAINE IN DAMARISCOTTA JULY
MUSIC SERIES, 6-8p.m., at Savory. Stan
Davis performs. For more information,
contact 563-2111. www.savorymainedining.com

WED/16

MISCELLANEOUS

4-H SCIENCE PROGRAM, 2p.m., Topsham
Public Library. Every Wednesday in July,
for ages 8-13. Activities include building
and experimenting with wind boats, wind
lifts, carapults and clip mobiles. Registration required. 725-1727.
SUMMER BOOK DISCUSSION, 6:30-
7:30p.m., Topsham Public Library. Join
Jen Blaser and discuss “Thunderstruck”
by Eric Larson. Open to everyone. 725-
1727.
MINDFULNESS MEDITATION CLASS, 10-
11a.m., Patten Free Library. Class size
limited to 15. To register, contact Leslie
Mortimer a [email protected]
or call 443-5141×25.
MEDICARE FOR EVERYONE SEMINAR, 1-
3p.m., Spectrum Generations Coastal

Community Center, 521 Main Street in
Damariscotta. “New to Medicare” workshops help you understand the basics of
the program and give you a better idea of
the decisions you will need to make.
Aging and Disabilities Resource Counselor Cynthia Troxel, LSW, asks that you
attend a Medicare for Everyone seminar
before scheduling a 1:1 appointment with
her. Free. Donations appreciated.
Advanced registration required at 563-
1363.
THWING’S POINT ARCHAEOLOGICAL
DIG, 8a.m. to noon and 12:30-4:30p.m.
Thwing’s Point, Woolwich. Friends of Merrymeeting Bay gives you the opportunity
to unearth some of Maine’s deepest history. SPECTRUM GENERATIONS COASTAL
COMMUNITY CENTER LUNCH AND
LEARN SERIES, 11:15a.m. to 1p.m.,
521 Main Street, Damariscotta.
Advanced registration required. Over 60,
$5. Under 60, $6. “Lunch and Drugs,”
herbal / prescription interaction awareness. Entree: lemon herb haddock.
HELPING OTHERS THROUGH MISSIONS
FUNDRAISER, all day at Ruby Tuesday’s
Restaurant, Topsham. Mention the Lisbon
United Methodist Church fundraiser and
20% of the price on your receipt will support the work of the missions. For more
information, call 353-5494.
HERRING GUT TOUCH TANK PROGRAM,
1-2:30p.m., Rockport Public Library. Join
Lily Glynos from the Herring Gut Learning
Center in Port Clyde for an exploration of
the common tide pool animals found in
the Gulf of Maine. Fun for all ages.
TOPSHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY ANNUAL
MEETING OF THE CORPORATION, 7p.m.,
Highlands Community Room, Topsham
Public Library, 25 Foreside Road, Topsham. Free and open to the public. 725-
1727.

PERFORMANCES

MUSIC ON THE MALL, 6-8p.m., Town
Mall, Brunswick. Back Wood Roads Band.
Stop by, relax and enjoy the music!

BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC

MID COAST HUNGER PREVENTION,
10:30a.m. to noon. 84A Union Street,
Brunswick.

TALKS-WORKSHOPS

BREATHE FREE: A FIVE DAY PLAN TO
STOP SPOKING, 7-8:30p.m., Adventist
Community Center, 84B Union Street,
Brunswick. Register by calling 729-3346
and leaving a message.

THU/17

PUBLIC MEALS

FISH CHOWDER SUPPER, 5p.m. to
7p.m., Merriconeag Grange, 529 Harpswell Road, Harpswell. Chowder, cole
slaw, rolls, desert. $10 per person, $7
for kids 12 and under.

MISCELLANEOUS

GUEST ARTIST SYLVIA BANGS AND
GALLERY MEMBERS RECEPTION, 5-
7p.m., Centre Street Arts Gallery, 11
Centre Street, Bath. Call 442-0300 or go
to centrestartsgallery.blogspot.com for
more information.
AMERICAN GIRL AND FRIENDS PICNIC,
4p.m., Topsham Public Library. Bring a
lunch and a snack and join us for some
old fashioned fun and games to celebrate
the 250th anniversary of the town of Topsham. Ages 4 and up. 725-1727.
THWING’S POINT ARCHAEOLOGICAL
DIG, 8a.m. to noon and 12:30-4:30p.m.
Thwing’s Point, Woolwich. Friends of Merrymeeting Bay gives you the opportunity
to unearth some of Maine’s deepest history. CREATE YOUR OWN MASK OR PUPPET,
Cundy’s Harbor Library. Make your own
mask or puppet with the help of an amazing Spindleworks artist. Program spans
two Thursdays (July 17 and 24). Register
online at cundysharbor.lib.me.us or call
725-1461.
HARPSWELL GARDEN CLUB MEETING,
6:30p.m., Kellogg Church, Route 123,
Harpswell Center. Guest speaker Linton
Studdiford will present “Creation and
Development of the Thomas Settlemire
Community Garden.”
HELPING OTHERS THROUGH MISSIONS
FUNDRAISER, all day at Ruby Tuesday’s
Restaurant, Topsham. Mention the Lisbon
United Methodist Church fundraiser and
20% of the price on your receipt will support the work of the missions. For more
information, call 353-5494.
MOVIES IN THE PARK: “MAN OF STEEL,”
8:15p.m., Nathaniel Davis Park in
Brunswick. Free and open to the public!
Families encouraged to come early and
picnic — concessions will be available.
RED CLOAK HAUNTED HISTORY TOUR,
7:30p.m., Bath. An evening lantern lit
walk will explore Bath’s history and mystery. $15 for adults, $7 children under
12, free children under 5. By reservation
only, 207-380-3806. www.redcloakhauntedhistorytours.com

TALKS-WORKSHOPS

“MAINE FOODS, PAST AND PRESENT,” A
LECTURE BY GUEST HOST SANDY OLIVER, 7p.m., Georgetown Historical Society,
20 Bay Point Road, Georgetown. Sandy
will answer any questions you may have
after the program; she will also be available to sign copies of her latest cookbook
“Maine Home Cooking.” Copies will be
available for purchase that evening at a
cost of $30.00 each.
BREATHE FREE: A FIVE DAY PLAN TO
STOP SPOKING, 7-8:30p.m., Adventist
Community Center, 84B Union Street,
Brunswick. Register by calling 729-3346
and leaving a message.
AUTHOR TALK: “HISTORIC SHIPWRECKS
OF PENOBSCOT BAY,” 6p.m., Rockland
Library. Harry Gratwick will speak about
his book.

PERFORMANCES

SAVORY MAINE IN DAMARISCOTTA JULY
MUSIC SERIES, 6-8p.m., at Savory. Bob
White performs. For more information,
contact 563-2111. www.savorymainedining.com
THE WIZARD OF OZ, 7:30p.m., Freeport
Performing Arts Center, 30 Holbrook
Street, Freeport. Presented by Freeport
Players and Freeport Family Performing
Arts. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for
children, and are available at www.fcponline.org, The Thrift Store at 43 Depot
Street, Freeport, and at the door (cash
only).
NOVEL JAZZ SUMMER CONCERT, 7p.m.,
Camden Library amphitheater. 236-3440,
www.librarycamden.org.
HARPSWELL BANDSTAND CONCERT
SERIES: MERRYMEETING BAND, 6-
8p.m., Harpswell Bandstand, Mitchell
Field, Rt. 123, Harpswell. Featuring the
Merrymeeting Band. Free and open to the
public. Remember: Banstand concerts
are NEVER cancelled!
BOWDOINHAM SUMMER CONCERT
SERIES: VEAYO TWINS, 6-8p.m., Mailly
Waterfront Park, Bowdoinham. Come
enjoy sounds of Veayo Twins.
CONCERT WITH STUDENTS OF THE BOWDOIN INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL,
2p.m., Days Ferry Congregational Church,
Woolwich. Free and open to the public.
442-7049.

FRI/18

MISCELLANEOUS

ARTISTS’ RECEPTION FOR SYLVIA
BANGS, 5-8p.m., Centre Street Arts

Gallery, 11 Centre Street, Bath during the
third Friday art walk. Surrealistic drawings. 442-0300.
WEST POINT ART SHOW OPENING
RECEPTION, 5-7p.m. at The Store, 47
Wallace Drive, Phippsburg. Maine artists
Jillian Herrigel, Donna Coffin, Livy Glaubitz, and Carol Beyna will exhibit watercolors, oils, and acrylics. For more information, please call 207-443-9524 or 207-
380-8090.
MEDICARE FOR EVERYONE SEMINAR, 6-
8p.m., Spectrum Generations Coastal
Community Center, 521 Main Street in
Damariscotta. “New to Medicare” workshops help you understand the basics of
the program and give you a better idea of
the decisions you will need to make.
Aging and Disabilities Resource Counselor
Cynthia Troxel, LSW, asks that you attend
a Medicare for Everyone seminar before
scheduling a 1:1 appointment with her.
Free. Donations appreciated. Advanced
registration required at 563-1363.
STAY AND PLAY, 10:30a.m., Topsham
Public Library. Similar to our Parent/Child
Workshop, we fill our big meeting room
with educational and developmental toys,
and you and your little one can have fun
playing together! Ages birth – 4 years. Registration Required. 725-1727.
COMPUTER AND EREADER DROP IN, 12-
2p.m., Topsham Public Library. Need help
with your computer skills, smartphone,
tablet, or eReader? Our computer volunteer, Tricia, will be available every Friday!
725-1727.
BOOK SIGNING, 11a.m. to 1p.m., The
Bath Book Shop. “Journey into Light” by
Gayle Rose Martinez.
AUTHOR SCOTT WEIDENSAUL, 6:30-
8p.m., Curtis Memorial Library,
Brunswick. Wicked Joe Coffee Company,
Birds and Beans Coffee, Mid-Coast
Audubon Society, and the Freeport Wild
Bird Supply welcome you to a free presentation by naturalist and author Scott Weidensaul. HELPING OTHERS THROUGH MISSIONS
FUNDRAISER, all day at Ruby Tuesday’s
Restaurant, Topsham. Mention the Lisbon
United Methodist Church fundraiser and
20% of the price on your receipt will support the work of the missions. For more
information, call 353-5494.
LIGHT BODY AND HEALING CLINIC,
11a.m. to 5p.m., People Plus Center, 35
Union Street, Brunswick. Come try a new
type of treatment where you can receive
answers to your questions, ease physical
and/or emotional pain, improve postural
alignment, clear your energy, and calm
and relax your nerves. Free and open to
the public.

PERFORMANCES

THE WIZARD OF OZ, 7p.m., Freeport Performing Arts Center, 30 Holbrook Street,
Freeport. Presented by Freeport Players
and Freeport Family Performing Arts. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children,
and are available at www.fcponline.org,
The Thrift Store at 43 Depot Street,
Freeport, and at the door (cash only).

We welcome community groups to list their special events in Calendar. Items should be submitted two weeks in advance. Send them to: Calendar Editor, The Times Record, 3 Business Parkway, Suite 1, Brunswick, ME 04011; or e-mail, [email protected] Include name and phone number.