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BOB BUNSELMEYER — DAVID JONES AND HIS EPIC PROSE POEM ‘IN PARENTHESIS,’ 12:15p.m., Curtis Memorial Library. Free and open to the public. Presented by Midcoast Senior College. David Jones discusses his wartime experiences.

HEALTHY EATING ON A BUDGET, 1p.m., Bowdoinham Fire Station, 57 Post Road, Bowdoinham. Session 2 of 4. A class on healthy, frugal eating. Delicious, lowcost recipes will be made in each class. Class will also meet Feb. 10 and 17. 666-5531.

PERFORMANCES

SONGWRITERS ON STAGE, 7p.m. at Frontier, Brunswick. Featuring Ronda Dale, Giff Jamison, Stan Davis and Brian Kavanah.

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MISCELLANEOUS

“WHERE DOES SEAFOOD COME FROM?” WITH ED ROBINSON, 7p.m., Orr’s island Library. Robinson will talk about how seafood is produced and harvested. 833-5430.

DIABETES WORKSHOP, 9:30a.m. to noon, 329 Bath Road, Brunswick. Participants will make weekly action plans, share experiences, and help each other solve problems they encounter in creating and carrying out their self-management program. The course is free, but registration is required. For more information, contact the Sweetser Training Institute at 294-4414.

HARRY POTTER BOOK NIGHT, 6:30- 7:30p.m., Curtis Memorial Library. A night of spells for school-aged muggles and wizards. Call to register at 725- 5242 ext. 225.

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FOLK DANCE BRUNSWICK, 6:30-9p.m., People Plus, 35 Union St., Brunwsick. Many dances are taught, no partner needed. Music and dance from around the world. $5 donation. All are welcome. 200-7577.

L.L. BEAN LECTURE SERIES: “THE

ISLES OF SHOALS: 5,000 YEARS OF MARINE ECOLOGY,” 7p.m., Camping Department Atrium, flagship store, Freeport.

PERFORMANCES

THE THEATRE PROJECT PRESENTS: “THE LIAR” BY DAVID IVES, 8p.m., 14 School St., Brunswick. Pay-what-youwant with a suggested donation of $18. 729-8584.

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FOOD DRIVE FOR THE BATH AREA FOOD BANK, 8a.m. to 2p.m., Brackett’s Market, 185 Front Street, Bath. Hosted by Bath Rotary Club. Wish lists will be handed out at the door or are available at bathrotary.org. Storm date Feb. 13.

FOUR CHAPLAINS CEREMONY, 1p.m., 79 Foreside Road, Topsham. In honor of minister George L. Fox, minister Clark V. Poling, priest John P. Washington and Rabbi Alexander B. Goode, all selflessly giving their life jackets to other soldiers aboard the Army Transport Dorchester as it sank after being scuttled by a German U-Boat on February 3, 1943. 729- 9870.

COASTAL HUMANE SOCIETY COASTAL CLINIC, 10a.m. to noon, Coastal Humane Society, Brunswick. Rabies vaccinations, ear cleaning and nail trimming are $10 each. Microchipping available for $25 per pet. 725-5051.

GEORGETOWN COMMUNITY CENTER ANNUAL MEETING, 9a.m. at the community center. All are welcome.

SENATOR STAN GERZOFSKY OFFICE HOURS, 10a.m. to noon, Little Dog Coffee Shop, Maine St., Brunswick. Open to anyone who would like to voice their opinion or share a concern.

TOWN HISTORY SERIES: GEORGETOWN, 10:30a.m. to noon, Community Room, Patten Free Library. Ginny Hopcroft presents “A Look Back at Georgetown’s Many Schools and What They Tell Us Now.”

PERFORMANCES

THE THEATRE PROJECT PRESENTS: “THE LIAR” BY DAVID IVES, 8p.m., 14 School St., Brunswick. Pay-what-youwant with a suggested donation of $18. 729-8584.

PUBLIC MEALS

PUBLIC BREAKFAST, 8-10a.m., Harpswell

Merriconeag Grange. Sweetheart special: $1 off if you bring your sweetheart. French toast, pancakes, cook’s special, ham or sausage, juice, fruit, coffee, tea or cocoa. Adults: $8, children under 10: $4.

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MISCELLANEOUS

LINCOLN COUNTY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION LECTURE SERIES: LINCOLN PAINE, 1p.m., in the Communications Building behind the County Court House in Wiscasset. The historian, curator and author will talk about Maritime history.

COIN AND STAMP SHOW, 9a.m. to 2:30p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall, Brunswick. 25+ dealers, 40+ tables. Free admission, hourly door prizes. 721- 7872.

PEACEWORKS PRESENTS A REPORT FROM JEJU ISLAND AND OKINIAWA WITH VETERANS FOR PEACE MEMBER BRUCE GAGNON, 4p.m., Curtis Memorial Library. 725-7686.

LONGFELLOW DAYS POETRY READING, 1p.m., Fireplace Room, Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick. Featuring Maine poets Carolyn Gelland, Kristen Lindquist and Mark Swiedom. Refreshments. Free.

PERFORMANCES

THE THEATRE PROJECT PRESENTS: “THE LIAR” BY DAVID IVES, 2p.m., 14 School St., Brunswick. Pay-what-youwant with a suggested donation of $18. 729-8584.

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MISCELLANEOUS

IPAD WORKSHOP FOR SENIORS, 10:30a.m. to noon, Patten Free Library’s second floor board room. Fourth of 5 sessions, held on Tuesdays, to help seniors with their ipads. Free and open to anyone age 55 and older. No class Feb. 16. 443-5141, ext. 25.

DALTON TRUMBO FILM FESTIVAL: “THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYO,” 6:30p.m., Patten Free Library. Free and open to the public. Refreshments provided.

LONGFELLOW DAYS BOOK TALK AND SIGNING, 7p.m., Daggett Lounge, Thorne Hall, Bowdoin College. With author John William Babin from the Maine Historical Society’s Wadsworth/Longfellow House will read

from his new book “Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in Portland: The Fireside Poet.” Free and open to the public.

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MISCELLANEOUS

DR. TONY BELMONT — WHY DON’T SUBMARINERS GET THE BENDS? 12:15p.m., Curtis Memorial Library. Free and open to the public. Presented by Midcoast Senior College. An illustrated talk describing medical practices on board submarines.

HEALTHY EATING ON A BUDGET, 1p.m., Bowdoinham Fire Station, 57 Post Road, Bowdoinham. Session 3 of 4. A class on healthy, frugal eating. Delicious, lowcost recipes will be made in each class. Class will also meet Feb. 17. 666-5531.

FREEPORT COMMUNITY LIBRARY’S 15TH ANNUAL CHOCOLATE BASH, 6:30-7:30p.m. at the library. Come sample the amazing array of chocolate variations for a mere $2 per plate. Raffles for chocolate desserts, a treat basket and an art basket made up of donations from members of the Art Guild of Freeport. 865-3307.

TOPSHAM GARDEN CLUB MEETING, noon, Topsham Public Library. Bring a brown bag lunch. Beverage and dessert provided. The program will begin at 1:30p.m. with “Travel the World through Backyard Gardens” with Irene Brady Barber.

“MY LIFE AS AN ANIMAL COMMUNICATOR,” 7p.m., 20 Gott Lane, Brunswick. With Janice Hill. Cancelation date: Feb 11. $20 to attend, call 725-7916 to register.

FEEDING MAINE: GROWING ACCESS TO GOOD FOOD, 6p.m., Frontier, Brunswick. A community discussion hosted by Maine Farmland Trust and Good Shepherd Food Bank. Free.

LISBON HISTORICAL SOCIETY CELEBRATES VALENTINE’S DAY, 7p.m. in the historical society’s meeting room at the MTM Center in Lisbon Falls. A Valentine’s Day party and open house. Antique Valentine’s Day cards will be on display, and members are invited to bring hand-made cards to exchange. 353-8510.

OPEN MIC NIGHT, 6:15-8:30 p.m. at Savory Maine, 11 Water St., Damariscotta. Doors open at 5p.m. for food including quiches, haddock chowder and soup. Drinks and food will be available all night. 766-8469.

ART EXHIBIT OPENING RECEPTION, 4- 5:30p.m., Damariscotta River Grill.

Showcasing the work of Neil Gallagher, Peesh McClanahan and Amy Puleo.

LENTEN VIGIL FOR DISARMAMENT, 11:30a.m. to noon, across from the BIW Administration building on Washington Street in Bath. We will hold signs calling for the end of the building of weapons of mass destruction by General Dynamics here in Maine. Event will happen every Saturday of Lent at the same time. 763-4062.

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JOSHUA L. CHAMBERLAIN CIVIL WAR ROUND TABLE LECTURE, 7p.m., Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick. With speaker Curtis Mildner presenting “True, Untrue, Surprising and Amazing Stories of the Soldiers of the 5th Maine.” Lectures are free and open to the public.

FUNNY FOR FEBFEST STANDUP COMEDY SHOWCASE, 7:30p.m., Mediterranean Grill, 10 School St., Freeport. Featuring Karen Morgan, Zac Stearn, Stephanie Doyle and more. $15. A Freeport FebFest event.

FIRST PARISH CHURCH UCC LABYRINTH, noon to 7p.m., 9 Cleaveland St., Brunswick. A winding pathway to the center and back out — no tricks or dead ends. Allow the mind to relax and settle into a comfortable place. 729-7331.

SPINDLEWORKS PRESENTS PINK CRUSH! DANCE PARTY / OPENING, 10:30a.m. to noon, Curtis Memorial Library’s Morrell Meeting Room, Brunswick. Spindleworks artists present artworks in pink.

UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY DISCUSSION WITH HEATHER PERRY, 6:30- 8:30p.m., First Light Camera Club, Topsham. Free for FLCC members, $10 for guests. It costs $35 per year to be a member.

PEJEPSCOT HISTORICAL SOCIETY HISTORY HAPPY HOUR, 5-7p.m., Brunswick Inn, 165 Park Row. Guest speaker Tom Wilbur, owner of Wilbur’s of Maine, will share the history of Valentine’s Day and the chocolate business. $5 cover benefits PHS. 729-6606.

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BLOOD DRIVE

RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE, 1-6p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall, 807 Middle St., Bath. 1-800-733-2767.

MISCELLANEOUS

FOLK DANCE BRUNSWICK: BALKAN BASH, 6:30-10p.m., People Plus, 35 Union St., Brunwsick. Many dances are taught, no partner needed. Dance to live music by Boston’s Gogofski 4-person band. $5 donation. All are welcome. 200-7577.

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