TUE/16

MISCELLANEOUS

SAGE SQUARE AND ROUND DANCE

CLUB, 6:30-9p.m., Woodside Elementary School, 42 Barrows Drive, Topsham. Free open house and square dance. FALL FILM FESTIVAL: A TRIBUTE TO

LAUREN BACALL AND ROBIN

WILLIAMS, 6:30p.m., Patten Free

Library. Over the course of (beginning

Sept. 16, ending Dec. 2, and excluding the month of October) the Patten Free

Library will play a movie featuring Robin

Williams or Lauren Bacall every Tuesday night. The film for Sept. 16 is “The Big

Sleep.” Free and open to the public. BATH GARDEN CLUB MONTHLY MEETING, noon, Grace Episcopal Church,

1100 Washington St., Bath. “Gardening

Gracefully as you Age” by Leilani Carson of the Maine AgrAbility Program. 666-

3078. HIDDEN VALLEY NATURE PRESERVE

BIRD CAPTURE DEMONSTRATION, 9-

11a.m., HVNC, Jefferson. MUSIC TOGETHER CLASS, 1-10:45a.m.,

St. Paul’s Church, Brunswick. Great for infants, toddlers and preschoolers with a parent, grandparent or caregiver. $145 for 10 weeks. Includes a CD and songbook. 522-3900.

TALKS-WORKSHOPS

MYSTERY READERS ROUNDTABLE, 3-

4p.m., Topsham Public Library. This month we will share the mysteries we’ve read over the summer. 725-1727. BUSINESS LEADERSHIP SEMINAR,

6:30p.m., Topsham Public Library. In this session Bob Bremm will show you tools and techniques on how to become a great leader while developing your high performance team. 725-1727.

WED/17

MISCELLANEOUS

VOTER REGISTRATION AT MID COAST

HUNGER PREVENTION PROGRAM,

10a.m. to 12:45p.m. Event by the

League of Women Voters of the

Brunswick Area. For more information, call 729-1856. SUICIDE AWARENESS AND PREVENTION PRESENTATION, 3:30p.m., Patten

Free Library. Facilitators are Andy

Sokoloff of CHANS and Amber

McGowan, Morse High School. Parents and teens are welcome to attend. 443-

8250, ext. 1120.

TALKS-WORKSHOPS

BUSINESS SUCCESSS SEMINAR,

11:30a.m. to 1p.m., Topsham Public

Library. his program is presented by Graham Nash, a 15 year graphic design/marketing veteran. It will cover why branding is important, understanding the differences between your logo, identity and brand, why you should care about branding, and 11 ways to get started. 725-1727. BOOK TALK WITH BRUNSWICK AUTHOR

DEBORAH GOULD, 7p.m., Wiscasset

Public Library. Free and open to the public. Gould will talk about her book

“Household.” 882-7161. HARPSWELL GARDEN CLUB MEETING,

12:30p.m., 25 Thornton Way,

Brunswick. Harriet Robinson, Gardener and archaeologist will speak on

“Mediterranean Plants in Maine Gardens.” FMI call Becky 833-6159. DEBORAH GOULD BOOK TALK, 7p.m.,

Wiscasset Public Library. Gould will talk about her new book, “Household.” PEOPLE PLUS WRITE ON! BOOK DEBUT:

“TIMES AND SEASONS,” 2p.m., 35

Union Street, Brunswick. “Times and

Seasons” is a unique collection of poetry, prose and photographs featuring work from 21 local writers and artists.

Books will be available for sale at People Plus for $14.95. All proceeds benefit the People Plus center. Free and open to the public.

THU/18

MISCELLANEOUS

INVASIVE PLANTS WORKSHOP PRESENTED BY BRUNSWICK-TOPSHAM

LAND TRUST, TBA, Crystal Spring Farm,

Brunswick. Talented natural resource experts will teach us how to identify the worst invasives in our region and document their location. Spaces may be limited so RSVP soon to ensure a spot.

Come learn how you can help protect our native plant and animal communities from these unwanted intruders. 729-

7694. “A CHANCE TO BE AWARE:” ON

RICHARD TUTTLE’S ART, 4:30p.m.,

Kresge Auditorium, Bowdoin College.

This talk addresses the philisophical and perceptual aspects of “awareness” in Tuttle’s art.

TALKS-WORKSHOPS

CURRENT EVENTS FORUM, noon, Morrell Room, Curtis Memorial Library.

Please join co-moderators Richard

Neiman and Elizabeth Doucette and your neighbors for lively “bipartisan” discussions of pertinent issues confronting us today. Free and open to the public. MEN’S BOOK GROUP, 6:30-7:30p.m.,

Topsham Public Library. New members welcome. This month we are reading

“The Yiddish Policemen’s Union” by

Michael Chabon. 725-1727. COMPUTER AND EREADER DROP IN, noon to 2p.m., Topsham Public Library.

Need help with your computer skills, smartphone, tablet, or eReader? Our computer volunteer, Tricia, will be available every Thursday. 725-1727.

FRI/19

MISCELLANEOUS

“WEARABLES” AT MARKINGS

GALLERY: MEET THE ARTISTS AT ARTWALK! 5-9p.m., 50 Front Street, Bath.

Charlotte Moore, Janice Jones, Jody

Meredith and Amy Smith show elegant woven fabrics. Wearables also features and array of handbags and jewelry uniquely fabricated by Maine artists.

443-1499 or markingsgallery.com. RED CLOAK HAUNTED HISTORY TOUR,

7p.m., Bath. By reservation only. Appropriate for all ages. To reserve a spot, call 380-3806. www.redcloakhauntedhistorytours.com ABSTRACTION USING WATERCOLORS

WITH LINDA MURRAY: FIRST CLASS

OF AN 8-WEEK COURSE, 9:30a.m. to noon, for this and the following 7 Fridays at Merrymeeting Adult Ed Center. $91,

$96 for non-residents. A recommended materials list will be provided at the time of registration. Register at 35 Republic

Avenue, Topsham. FREEPORT WOMAN’S CLUB MEETING,

1p.m., Freeport Community Library

Meeting Room. Hear Charlie LoPresti, a native New Englander, discuss the areas wild and exciting weather. All are welcome. 865-3363. MADE IN CLAY EXHIBIT OPENING

RECEPTION, 5-8p.m., Chocolate Church

Art Gallery, 804 Washington St., Bath.

Sculptors from Judson Studio will display their work. Free and open to the public.

442-8455.

PERFORMANCES

FREEPORT PLAYERS PRESENT

“ALMOST, MAINE,” 7:30p.m., Freeport

Performing Arts Center, 30 Holbrook St.,

Freeport. Tickets are $10 in advance,

$15 at the door and are available at fcponline.org, The Thrift Store at 43

Depot St., and at the door (cash only). SARA GREY IN CONCERT, 7:30p.m.,

Phippsburg Congregational Church, 10

Church Lane, Phippsburg. A concert of American and British traditional songs and ballads by the Scotland-based folk singer and musician, performing with Kieron Means. $10 admission, $6 for students and children. 389-1770.

SAT/20

BLOOD DRIVE

HARPSWELL COMMUNITY BLOOD

DRIVE, 9a.m. to 3p.m., Kellogg Church,

Rt. 123. Call 833-5567 for an appointment or feel free to just walk in. You are needed!

MISCELLANEOUS

DURHAM HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUILT

SHOW, 10a.m. to 1p.m., Union Church,

Rt. 136, Durham. Quilt displays, baked goods and homemade baked beans with brown bread for sale. Donations are welcome. All proceeds benefit the Historical

Society. 319-5866. LI’L RASCALS WILDLIFE REHAB PRESENTS “THE INS AND OUTS OF

WILDLIFE REHABILITATION,” 10a.m. to

2p.m., Tractor Supply at Cook’s Corner,

Brunswick. Come say hello and see what’s involved in the care, rehabilitation and release of Maine’s most precious natural resources directly from

State licensed wildlife rehabilitator, Deb

Bryan. FMI contact 607-0110. GALAXY SPRAY PAINT ART, 1-2:30p.m.,

Topsham Public Library. Back by popular demand! Create your own universe! This project will take place outdoors so be sure to dress for the mess! Ages 11 –

18. Registration Required – will close on

Sept. 19 at 2p.m. 725-1727. SIP AND STITCH, 10a.m. to noon, Topsham Public Library, every Saturday.

Come and work on your latest project, share patterns, check out the library’s knitting and crocheting resources, and relax with a cup of coffee or tea. 725-

1727. HANDS-ON TOUR OF WILBUR’S OF

MAINE CHOCOLATE CONFECTIONS,

11a.m., 11:45a.m., 12:30p.m. and

1:15p.m., 174 Lower Main Street,

Freeport. Hear a little of Wilbur’s history, see behind the scenes of the factory, and make a treat to take home with you.

$4.50 per person. FIELD TRIP: FLORIDA LAKE, FREEPORT,

8a.m. to noon. Meet at Hannaford, 35

Elm St., Brunswick, at 7:30a.m. to carpool to Florida lake, or meet there at

8a.m. Merrymeeting Audubon event. HEIRLOOM HARVEST DAY: Pejepscot

Historical Society in Brunswick presents a day of celebration of history and harvest. Special tours of Skolfield-Whittier

House, heirloom appraisals, opening of textile arts exhibit, family crafts and games, heirloom cocktail and craft beer reception, staged reading of “Brunswick:

An Historical Play” featuring Brunswick friends and neighbors. For more information, see www.pejepscothistorical.org or call 729.6606. BOWDOINHAM CONTRA DANCE SERIES

PRESENTS: ACOUSTIC CONTRAPTION,

7:30p.m. beginner’s session, 8p.m. dance. Please bring clean, soft-soled shoes to dance in. Chem-free event.

$10 donation. MORRIS FARM BARN SALE, 8a.m. to

1p.m., Morris Farm, Wiscasset. Loads of bargains from antiques to home decor, clothing, collectibles, books, jewelry, tools, furniture and more. Vendor tables available to rent for $12 with setup beginning at 7a.m. 882-6592. HIKE WITH A RANGER, 2p.m., Wolfe’s

Neck Woods State Park, meet at the circle of benches by the second parking lot. 1 hour. Free with park admission.

865-4465. SOCK KNITTING CLASS WITH PAT THERIAULT, 9a.m. to noon, 44 Middle Road,

Dresden. First of two classes — the second class is on Sept. 27. Some basic knitting experience is helpful for this project. Bring a set of #2 double pointed needles and one shein of sock yarn.

$25 class fee will be donated to Bridge

Academy Public Library. 737-8810. OPENING RECEPTION FOR JEFF KELLAR

AND MILES SPADONE ART SHOW, 4-

6p.m., Icon Contemporary Art, 19

Mason St., Brunswick. 725-8157.

PERFORMANCES

DAVE MALLETT, 7:30p.m., Chocolate

Church Arts Center, Bath. Tickets $22 in advance, $25 at the door. FREEPORT PLAYERS PRESENT

“ALMOST, MAINE,” 7:30p.m., Freeport

Performing Arts Center, 30 Holbrook St.,

Freeport. Tickets are $10 in advance,

$15 at the door and are available at fcponline.org, The Thrift Store at 43

Depot St., and at the door (cash only).

PUBLIC MEALS

BAKED BEAN AND SPAGHETTI SUPPER,

5-6p.m., First Parish Congregational

Church, 422 Hallowell Road, Pownal. $8 for adults, $4 for children 5-12, children

4 and under free. 688-4433. ROAST PORK SUPPER, 4:30-6p.m., Bath

United Methodist Church, 340 Oak

Grove Ave., Bath. Roast pork, carrots, green beans, mashed potatoes and rolls. Dessert will be home made pies.

$8 per person, $4 for those under 12.

No reservation required. 443-4707. WILLING HELPERS PASTA PLUS SUPPER, Bailey Island Union Church. Great desserts. Adults: $8, kids under 12: $4.

Please join us! LAST POT ROAST SUPPER OF THE

YEAR, 5-6:30p.m., Raymond Village

Community Church, Raymond Village.

Pot roast, gravy, carrots, mashed potatoes, green beans, rolls and beverages.

Apple crisp and gingerbread for dessert.

$9 for adults, $5 for children under 12. 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.