Starts: May 1 2010 - 5:00am
Ends: May 1 2010 - 9:00am
off Rte. 1
Rockport, ME 04846
The Riley School hosts its annual live auction to benefit the school’s scholarship fund that provides financial support to approximately 45 percent of Riley’s students. The auction will also serve as a book-launching party for Riley. The community is invited to the Riley campus to enjoy appetizers, light buffet items, cocktails, and live entertainment while bidding on more than forty items donated by local individuals and businesses.
Northeast Harbor, ME 04662
The public is invited to enjoy the beautiful perennial plantings and spectacular bloom of 45,000 spring bulbs in one of Northeast Harbor’s premier gardens. The event benefits Camp Beech Cliff summer day camp for children.
Starts: May 7 2010 - 7:00pm
Ends: May 7 2010 - 9:30pm
Camden, ME 04843
Join us for a fun filled evening and support your favorite local "star" to benefit the Community School. Performing dance routines with instructors from Swing & Sway Dancing — along with U.S. National Rising Star Ballroom Champions Christian Clayton & Kathryn Vaughn will be Caroline Morong, Chris Rector, Kim Graffam, Chris Farley, Joan Welsh, Connie Russell, Jane Dagley, and Troy Curtis. Come on out and cheer on this season’s contestants as they put on their dancing shoes and strut their stuff for a very worthy cause.
Bucksport's Abloom is a collaboration between the Bucksport Garden Club and merchants and restaurants in Bucksport. It all starts at 10 a.m. meeting with a silent auction and presentation by Theresa Mattor, author of Designing the Maine Landscape at the Alamo Theatre, as well as art for the Day on Main Street featuring works for sale by local artists, gardening demonstrations, luncheon on waterfront, discounts at local merchants and restaurants, music, and more.
Starts: Jun 5 2010 - 9:00am
Ends: Jun 5 2010 - 12:00pm
one-half mile down from Oakhill Area off Rte. 1
Scarborough, ME 04074
Scarborough Garden Clubs' annual Plant Sale at the historic Hunnewell House on Blackpoint Road, a half mile down from the Oakhill area off Route l. Sale starts promptly at 9 a.m., rain or shine. Large selection of perennials, annuals, some vegetable plants, and unusual perennials. The knowledgeable garden club members will be on hand to help answer any questions and help you with your purchases.
Starts: Jun 4 2011 - 8:00am
Ends: Jun 4 2011 - 12:00pm
1/2 mile down on Blackpoint Road from Route 1 in Oak Hill Area
Scarborough, ME 04074
Annual plant sale put on by the Scarborough Garden Club members with proceeds going towards our many community projects. Plant sale is held rain or shine at the historical Hunnewell House on Blackpoint Road, one-half mile down from Oakhill area off Route l. There will be a large selection of perennials, annuals, and some vegetable seedlings, as well as some unusual perennials.
The InterMed Building
Portland, ME 04101
A panel of experts from Women to Women — a leading health care practice for women, by women — will be sharing their health insights on the multifaceted causes of fatigue and how to overcome it. It's not only sleep disturbances that feed the continuing fatigue many women feel today. Food or environmental sensitivities, hormonal imbalance, and continued stress may all play a part. We'll take a look at the many facets of fatigue and how you can start to identify what might be keeping you tired.
Turner, ME 04282
Enjoy farm tours, demonstrations, and lectures.
Camden, ME 04841
Join us for a fun-filled evening and support your favorite local "star" to benefit the Community School. Performing dance routines with instructors from Swing & Sway Dancing will be Caroline Morong, Chris Rector, Kim Graffam, Chris Farley, Joan Welsh, Connie Russell, Jane Dagley, and Troy Curtis. Other local groups will be perfoming dances to include ballet, tap, clogging, zumba, hip hop, and more.
Starts: Apr 7 2010 - 4:00pm
Ends: Apr 7 2010 - 7:00pm
Bath, ME 04530
If you’ve been thinking about volunteering in the midcoast, you owe it to yourself to check out the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath. Located on the banks of the Kennebec and a few minutes from historic downtown Bath, the museum requires more than a hundred volunteers to staff its tours for the thousands of visitors who come to the City of Ships each year.