4/11/2022 COVID Update: The State of Maine no longer requires masking or proof of vaccination to attend any public events, but individual venues are free to do so. For the latest information, visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention or the State of Maine’s COVID site.

Waterville GreenDrinks

Cancun Mexican Restaurant 14 Silver Street, Waterville

Come join KV Connect, Waterville’s young professionals’ group, for an exciting evening of networking, socialization, and social distancing while helping to support a great cause! Admission is a $5.00 suggested donation. All donations will be going to The Maine Film Center, a program of Waterville Creates! We’ve taken extra precautions to make sure that adherence […]


Artful Meditation

In Artful Meditation, a new Let Art Inspire wellness series, Jing Ye, a meditation teacher and a counselor at Colby College, will guide participants through a 30-minute meditation session inspired by a work in the Museum’s collection, fostering greater mind-body connection. September 9: In this session, we’ll ground our thoughts with the help of Theresa […]


Advocacy Refresher

Waterville Country Club 39 Country Club Road, Oakland, ME

Advocacy Refresher – Founder and President of Walton External Affairs Tim Walton explores why your government is your business, and why the legislature matters to you and your business. Committed to delivering high level, quality service, Walton External Affairs strategically focuses on three key service areas: government, business and industry relations. With a notable career spanning […]

$20 – $27

Business to Business Talk – Prevention

Exciting Announcement Based on your positive feedback we are planning to continue our Business to Business Zoom Conference Series. Starting in September we invite you to join us twice a month beginning on Thursday, September 10 at 11 am. Together, we can support one another and keep Maine safely open for business. The Importance of […]


On the Road: Readfield

Join On the Road as we visit the Readfield Union Meeting House. Nestled in Readfield’s small community is a historical brick building that is a true artistic treasure. Supporters have recognized the importance of restoring and preserving Maine’s second oldest brick church which originally served as a “ meeting place” for community members. The murals […]


Middle East Conundrum

George J. Mitchell Distinguished Lecture with Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer Join the Goldfarb Center for the George J. Mitchell Distinguished International Lecture. The Middle East has confounded America’s diplomats for decades—authoritarian governments, civil strife and violence, economic distress, wars, and terrorism. Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer, the former ambassador to Israel and Egypt and currently the S. Daniel Abraham Professor of […]


Facebook Read-A-Loud Bedtime Edition

Join Mrs. Liz virtually on the Waterville Public Library Facebook Page for a delightful bedtime story to whisk you away to dreamland! One or more stories will be read on Thursday evenings, tune in and dream on!


Yoga in the Park

Head of Falls Temple Street at Front Street, Waterville, ME, United States

Start your weekend off right by joining KV Connect for socially-distanced outdoor yoga at the Waterville Riverwalk! The class will be led by Tammy Ranger, an experienced yoga instructor who will guide the session at the Head of Falls. Participants are encouraged to bring their own yoga mat and a water bottle. Those who do […]


Virtual Business After Hours

Join the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce and friends for a VIRTUAL Business After Hours. This event will still offer a great opportunity to "mix & mingle" with other business professionals. The MMCC will be offering the virtual mic around the screen to anyone who wants to take the opportunity to speak and let our business […]


Not Racist or Antiracist: What’s the Difference?

Please join Colby President David Greene, Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Tayo Clyburn, and Assistant Professor of Government Carrie LeVan for a conversation with Ibram X. Kendi, a bestselling author and leading scholar of race and racist policy in America. Please register here to join the discussion. The event will include time for pre-prepared questions […]


On the Road to Readfield

We’re going on the road to Readfield, Maine to visit with Camee Davidson, an energetic, entertaining and engaging encaustic artist -You may have seen Camee’s work on display in Meridians restaurant in Fairfield. Camee works in oils, encaustics and cold wax in her beautiful treehouse studio in Readfield.  Join us as we learn more about […]


Food Drive

Skowhegan Community Food Cupboard 16 Cariani Street, Skowhegan, ME

United Way of Mid-Maine to Hold Drive-thru Food Drive Food insecurity impacts families throughout the mid-Maine region. According to FeedingAmerica.org, the food insecurity rate in Somerset County is 16.6% and is 13% in both Kennebec and Waldo counties. Food insecurity refers to the lack of access a family has to enough food for an active, […]

David Nail

The Elm 21 College Avenue, Waterville, ME

Chart-topping Grammy-nominated songwriter David Nail performs at The Elm in Downtown Waterville Hailing from Southeast Missouri, David Nail has spent a decade making his unique mark on modern country music. With enduring hits including “Whatever She’s Got,” “Let It Rain,” "Red Light" and more, Nail has solidified his place in country music with multiple No. […]

Create Your Own Flower People

The Western Play Museum and the Children's Discovery Museum are teaming up with an opportunity to get your creative juices flowing! Follow along live via Zoom to create your very own flower person in the style of Gracie Libby. Gracie, a New England-based artist, will show you, step by step, how to make these adorable […]


Artful Healing

Artful Healing provides an opportunity to practice a series of hands-on activities inspired by artworks in the galleries. Bodhi Simpson, LCPC, ATR, is an art therapist with a private practice in Waterville, Maine, called Conscious Art Therapy. She is also a teaching artist, an adjunct college instructor, and a workshop and retreat facilitator who incorporates […]

Cinema in Conversation: The Way of the Gun

A NEW MAINE FILM CENTER VIRTUAL SERIES   CINEMA IN CONVERSATION community discussions with filmmakers and experts from around the world This fall we introduce a new virtual film series hosted by the Maine Film Center. Filmmakers, film experts, policymakers, and journalists from around the country and the world will join us on Zoom to discuss a film. How […]


Safe Return to Business: Latest on COVID-19

    Register at https://emhs.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUqdOGuqj0qHNJNvD24sp3UHZO9wCD1SQ4_. Also, if you’ve missed any of our Zoom Safe Return to Business Conferences you can access our materials by visiting our webpage. https://northernlighthealth.org/Resources/Safe-Return-to-Business Attendees are asked to join the conference by Zoom and listen to audio using your computer only. Please do not dial in while also connected via your […]


Lunder Institute Talks

The Lunder Institute for American Art is pleased to announce the Lunder Institute Talks, a series of live, hour-long Zoom conversations with scholars and artists who are shaping the field of American art. Together, Lunder Institute area directors (Daisy Desrosiers, Theaster Gates, and Tanya Sheehan) and invited guests will explore contemporary questions through artistic practice. […]


Global Forum: Nasim Lomani

GF will have its first fall, and first Zoom, program  Friday the 25th  at noon. You will be able to attend from the comfort of your home or wherever you are, and ask questions through the chat feature on your Zook screen. You do not need to download Zoom onto your computer; after hitting on the link […]


BBQ and Family Fun Festival

Viles Arboretum 153 Hospital St, Augusta, ME

Join Viles Arboretum and The Children’s Discovery Museum for a day full of music, family activities, and best of all, BBQ! Spread out across Viles Arboretum’s outdoor property, enjoy a BBQ lunch and take a stroll through Viles’ beautiful trail system. Lunch includes ribs, cornbread, coleslaw and beans. The Children’s Discovery Museum will be hosting […]

Harp Concert in the Garden

St. Mark's Episcopal Church 60 Eustis Parkway, Waterville, ME

Suki Flanagan, principal harpist for the Mid Coast Symphony, will play a concert outdoors in the garden at St. Marks. Please bring your own chair. Donation requested.


Mid-Maine Chamber Super Raffle

This extremely popular event is generally held in-person, with over 250 ticket holders vying to win prizes donated by area businesses, increasing in value throughout the event. This year’s Coldwell Banker Plourde Real Estate Super Raffle will be a virtual pre-recorded ticketed event, with some interesting twists. Daily ticket drawings will be posted/streamed at noon […]


Leadership Luncheon – Zachary Fowler

Amici's Cucina 137 Main Street, Waterville, ME, United States

Enjoy a fabulous lunch and share an entertaining and informative presentation by outdoor enthusiast Zachary Fowler. Zach will share the survival skills he utilized to maintain an 87-day existence in the deep woods of Patagonia, alone, with only a dozen tools and supplies at his disposal.  He will share tips and anectdotes, detailing his month’s-long […]

Cinema in Conversation: Entangled

How it works: This fall we introduce a new virtual film series hosted by the Maine Film Center. Filmmakers, film experts, policymakers, and journalists from around the country and the world will join us on Zoom to discuss a film. Register for the Zoom webinar (free!) Watch the film anytime (most films are available for streaming on a major […]

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