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10:00 AM

Job Search Lab

February 28, 10:00 AM12:00 PM
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Weekly on the same day until June 27, 2017
Waterville Public Library, 73 Elm Street
Waterville, ME
Free

The Job Search Lab is for job seekers of all backgrounds. You can get ideas to improve your job search, work on your resume/cover letter, and learn about education and training options available in our area. No appointment necessary — just drop in! Staffed by Augusta CareerCenter, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education, and New Ventures […]

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2:30 PM

Craft Afternoons

February 28, 2:30 PM4:00 PM
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Every Tuesday
Waterville Public Library, 73 Elm Street
Waterville, ME
Free

Drop by the Children's Department every Tuesday between 2:30 and 4:00 and make something fabulous! We'll have a different project each week, designed for kids 5 and up.  If you're younger than 7, please bring a grownup helper. Craft Afternoons in May: (Click each link to see a picture of the craft!) May 2: Space […]

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3:00 PM

Teen Anime Club

February 28, 3:00 PM4:00 PM
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An event every 1 day(s) that lasts 0 day(s) and 1 hour(s), the last of which will begin on February 28, 2017
Waterville Public Library, 73 Elm Street
Waterville, ME
Free

Come join us at the Waterville Public Library for our bi-weekly anime club! Already a fan or curious to know what it's all about? Join us for old and new favorites, plus snacks and socializing. The schedule: Feb. 14: Yuri!!! On Ice Feb. 28: Log Horizon This event is free and open to all under […]

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7:00 PM

How Things Fall Apart: Race, Gender, and Suspicion in Police-Civilian Encounters

February 28, 7:00 PM
Room 122, Diamond Bldg., Colby College, Mayflower Hill Drive
Waterville, ME
Free

Over the last couple of years, the Black Lives Matter movement has turned the nation’s attention to the too-often troubled relationship between black communities and the police. How do these encounters go so badly, so quickly? What role does race, gender, or bias play in these encounters? In this talk, Nikki Jones, associate professor of […]

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