Friday October twenty first
View of the autumn evening sky with the Cushing Public Library
Meet astronomer and retired physics trainer Peter Kalajian at 7:30pm at Good Neighbor Park in Cushing, throughout River Highway from the previous Fales Retailer.
For extra data name Wendy Roberts at 207-691-0833 or e-mail email@example.com.
Path of Terror on the Union Fairgrounds
Fridays and Saturdays, twenty first and twenty second, twenty eighth and twenty ninth October, 6.30pm to eight.30pm. Take a stroll into an deserted cornfield that has been ambushed by evil scarecrows who’re fed up with being tied to stakes. Will you make it out alive or turn out to be one of many latest scarecrows? $10 per particular person.
Saturday October twenty second
Writer’s Notes and Guide Launch: “Lavinia Wren and the Sailmakers”
At Watts Corridor in downtown Thomaston. Irene Drago, a Tub resident and creator of three books on Maine, has centered her latest historical past in Thomaston in the course of the shipbuilding heyday of 1865. Based mostly on actual households, the novel describes homes and streets which can be simple to identify when driving or strolling by means of historic Thomaston. Writer’s remarks start at 2:00 p.m., adopted by questions, e book signings, and refreshments. This can be a free occasion.
Lecture by Edward A. Berlin: “The Life and Afterlife of Scott Joplin”,
2 p.m. on the Sail, Energy & Steam Museum in Rockland. The creator, musicologist and main ragtime historian offers the free lecture. Berlin is the creator of King of Ragtime: Scott Joplin and His Period. Kids’s e book creator and North Haven resident Stephen Costanza can even be autographing King of Ragtime: The Story of Scott Joplin, winner of the 2022 Golden Kite Guide Award.
Sunday 23 October
Fundraiser in assist of Coby Dorr, October 23, 12-4pm
A fundraiser is being held to learn Coby Dorr who’s battling stage 3C melanoma most cancers. Coby is robust and his household is supportive, however they need assistance. Coby is cared for by many docs in Boston. Along with strict remedy, he’s about to bear a significant operation.
Larry Reed of Eclipse of the Pearl and certainly one of Coby’s highschool basketball coaches has supplied to host a fundraiser for his Rockland restaurant.
Larry gives a lightweight Oktoberfest menu at an amazing value.
Rigometrics, an unique Portland rock ‘n’ roll band, shall be taking part in to assist their classmate and pal.
Solely 200 tickets shall be bought at $25 a head. Raffle objects shall be collected and tickets shall be bought earlier than and through many of the day of the occasion. If you need to make a donation please contact Missy Stevens at 691-3211.
Tickets are usually not bought on the field workplace. To buy occasion or raffle tickets, go to Thomaston City Workplace or Rockland Metropolis Corridor.
Monday 24 October
Monday evening blues
Anni and the Rainmakers performs at 7pm for this weekly blues collection on the Grey Owl Bar & Grill, down at Commerce Winds, 2 Park Drive, Rockland. This present is $10 (often $20), tickets can be found on the door. Stand up shut and private with these nice performers and revel in an enormous dance ground. Like on Fb @MondayNightBlues
The Sail Energy and Steam Museum is resuming the Captains’ Quarters lecture collection
The Sail, Energy, and Steam Museum is internet hosting its Captains’ Quarters on-line lecture collection once more beginning Monday, October twenty fourth.
The season kicks off with Captains’ Quarters: Tales from the Captains of Sq. Riggers, happening on-line from 6:30pm to eight:00pm. The occasion shall be attended by a bunch of captains whom the museum needs to acknowledge for his or her expertise and experiences.
Registration is required and obtainable on the museum’s web site: sailpowersteammuseum.org, beneath the Music and Calendar tab.
Glad Hour for Democracy at Ada’s Kitchen
On Monday, October 24, Ada’s Kitchen in Rockland will host a nonpartisan occasion that includes native candidates from throughout Knox County. The occasion will happen from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. There’s free meals, glad hour costs, and stay music by Louisa and the Kelly Brothers.
Tuesday October twenty fifth
Midcoast Ladies State Senate Candidates Discussion board, on-line 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m
With Pinny Beebe Middle (Knox, SD 12); Cameron Reny (Lincoln, SD13); and Mary Anne Kinney (Waldo, SD 11). Moderator Destie Hohman Sprague from the Maine Ladies’s Foyer will ask questions on well being and well-being, financial safety, non-discrimination and non-violence. Find out how the candidates are approaching the problems and the way they plan to get issues performed in Augusta. Extra data and registration: midcoastwomen.org.
Your canine’s poop in huge blue!
This month’s Be taught Uncover Develop digital collection will discover how canine poop is affecting water high quality within the St. George River. Be a part of us to listen to from rattles, scientists and land conservationists how this essential difficulty is impacting our neighborhood.
Visitor audio system: David Taylor, Lobstermen/Clammer, Shellfish Committee Chair Bryant Lewis, Western Maine Shellfish Area Program Supervisor, Matt Bonner, Georges River Land Belief
Register at: herringgut.org/aktuelle-angebote.
Wednesday October twenty sixth
Rockland Public Library Halloween Hootenanny
Be a part of us for the Rockland Public Library Halloween Celebration downstairs within the frequent room on Wednesday, October 26 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Miss Katie will learn foolish Halloween tales adopted by plenty of spooky and wacky crafts and actions.
Costumes are welcome! (You understand Miss Katie shall be in disguise.)
The Rockland Public Library is situated at 80 Union St. For extra data, please name 207-594-0310 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecture on Invasive vs. Native Vegetation, 6:30 p.m., 26 October on the Gilford Butler Constructing, 54 Spruce Head Highway, South Thomaston
Why ought to we care about invasive crops? How did you come right here? Are they actually that unhealthy for Maine’s ecosystem? What’s so nice about residence crops? Come and listen to the solutions to those questions; be taught to acknowledge essential interventions to keep away from; and find out about some native perennials and shrubs we will plant as an alternative which can be nicely tailored to our native atmosphere and supply essential meals and habitat for native wildlife, in a presentation by Rebecca Jacobs of the Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District.
Sponsored by the South Thomaston Conservation Fee. FMI e-mail Conservationcommission@souththomaston.me.
Maine authors Laura Bonazzoli and Jodi Paloni on the Cushing Public Library, 6:30 p.m
You’ll learn from native quick story cycles. The stay presentation consists of an introduction to this traditionally important type of literature. Free and open to the general public. For extra data name Wendy Roberts at 691-0833 or e-mail email@example.com.
Thursday 27 Oct
Herring Intestine Studying Middle Aquatots Program – Creepy Sea Creatures
Goblin Sharks, Yeti Crabs and Vampire Squids – meet actual underwater animals with spooky names. Be at liberty to put on your Halloween costumes. This hour-long program consists of science, motion, and artwork on Thursday, October 27 at 1 p.m. To enroll, go to herringgut.org. There’s a $10 registration payment.
The Final Man on Earth on the Rockland Public Library, October 27 at 6 p.m
Free screening of the basic 1964 horror movie based mostly on Richard Matheson’s 1954 novel I Am Legend. Starring Vincent Value and Franca Bettoia, the movie facilities on a health care provider who survives a plague that has turned everybody round him into vampires. His quest for companionship on the finish of the world will lead him to find even darker circumstances. This screening will happen in particular person on the library and shall be screened concurrently through Zoom. For extra data or to request Zoom hyperlinks, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org by October 27 at 4:00 p.m.
Native hospitals introduce new suppliers
Information from the Metropolis of Waldoboro: October twentieth