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9/17/2021 Update: The State of Maine no longer imposes any COVID capacity restrictions or physical distancing or masking requirements, but individual venues are free to do so. Given the threat posed by the Delta Variant, we strongly urge you to wear a mask in indoor public places, whether or not you are fully vaccinated. For the latest information, visit the State of Maine's COVID site.

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Downtown Waterville Farmers’ Market

Head of Falls Temple Street at Front Street, Waterville

The Downtown Waterville Farmers' Market is open every Thursday, rain or shine, in downtown Waterville at Head of Falls, 2:00 – 6:00 p.m., from the last Thursday in April to the Thursday before Thanksgiving. The Downtown Waterville Farmers’ Market is a 100% producer-only market. That means when you shop at the market you’re buying directly […]

Free
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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!

Free
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Rhymetime!

Join Mrs. Liz from the Waterville Public Library today! She will be hosting Rhymetime over Facebook Live  at 10:30am right on the Library's Facebook page . We might not be physically in the Library, but Mrs. Liz would still love you have you and your child come sing and read with her! Interact through the comments below […]

Free

REM Craft Fair (Virtual)

Champions Fitness Club 30 Elm Plaza, Waterville

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we will have a Virtual 2020 REM Craft Fair this year. Stay tuned for details. Hopefully we will be able to hold the fair in person next year Sat-Sun, Oct 23-24, 2021 Click for more info.

Free

Paella Dinner

The Lodge, Snow Pond Center for the Arts 8 Goldenrod Lane, Waterville
$55

Community Conversations: What is the Role of Religion in Civic Life?

What role does religion play in civic life? Join us to delve into this question at Community Conversations, a series that brings together Waterville faith and community leaders with Colby faculty and students to consider major issues of common concern. This fall, our program will feature a conversation between Rabbi Lisa Vinikoor of Beth Israel […]

Free
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Robot Programming

Winslow Public Library 136 Halifax Street, Winslow

“Robot Programming for Kids & Teens”—In-Person Instruction Imagine the delight in your child’s or teen’s eyes when they learn to PROGRAM a robot! That’s exactly what they can experience this month. Kids and teens ages 6 to 18 can now get individual coding practice, using our very favorite local robots—Dash, Dot, and Cue. Dash and […]

Free
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Virtual Crafternoon

Crafternoon might not be happening in the Library, but you can still participate from home! Join Mrs. Liz at 3PM on the Waterville Public Library's Facebook page  for instructions on how you and your kids can make this fun craft! The project and supply list will be announced on the FB event and on Waterville Public Library's […]

Free

The U.S. Criminal Justice System & Racial Inequities

A Conversation with Congressman Henry C. "Hank" Johnson, Jr. Join the Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs tomorrow for A Conversation with Congressman Hank Johnson: The U.S. Criminal Justice System & Racial Inequities from 7 – 8 p.m. on Wednesday, October 28. This public event is the official kick-off for our annual public policy theme of criminal injustice […]

Free
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Robot Programming

Winslow Public Library 136 Halifax Street, Winslow

“Robot Programmng for Kids & Teens”—In-Person Instruction Imagine the delight in your child’s or teen’s eyes when they learn to PROGRAM a robot! That’s exactly what they can experience this month. Kids and teens ages 6 to 18 can now get individual coding practice, using our very favorite local robots—Dash, Dot, and Cue. Dash and […]

Free

Farmers to Families

North Street Recreation Area North Street (next to Alfond Youth Center), Waterville

The newly formed Waterville Area Food Kitchen and Starfish Village (at the First Congregational Church) are serving as the non-profit hosts bringing the USDA Free Food Program "Farmers to Families" to Waterville on Thursday, October 29, 7 am until the boxes are gone (and they will go fast!) The distribution site is the North Street […]

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Downtown Waterville Farmers’ Market

Head of Falls Temple Street at Front Street, Waterville

The Downtown Waterville Farmers' Market is open every Thursday, rain or shine, in downtown Waterville at Head of Falls, 2:00 – 6:00 p.m., from the last Thursday in April to the Thursday before Thanksgiving. The Downtown Waterville Farmers’ Market is a 100% producer-only market. That means when you shop at the market you’re buying directly […]

Free

Pumpkins, Paint, and a Halloween Green Screen

Head of Falls Temple Street at Front Street, Waterville

Mark your calendars for the “Kusama pumpkin kit” which features a mini pumpkin to paint for Halloween, as well as other goodies! Don't forget to stop by the gazebo at Head of Falls between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m for the Halloween and autumn themed green screen photo booth. Come in costume with your family for a […]

Free
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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!

Free
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Rhymetime!

Join Mrs. Liz from the Waterville Public Library today! She will be hosting Rhymetime over Facebook Live  at 10:30am right on the Library's Facebook page . We might not be physically in the Library, but Mrs. Liz would still love you have you and your child come sing and read with her! Interact through the comments below […]

Free

Walk-Up-Window Trick or Treating

Winslow Public Library 136 Halifax Street, Winslow

Dress up in costume and stop by the Winslow Public Library’s window for candy, snacks and a "to go" youth-oriented Halloween craft. We will have the window decorated. Open to all ages. Social distancing practices will be followed.

Free

Farmers to Families

Faith Church parking lot 250 Kennedy Memorial Dr, Waterville
Free

About November

A recital by tenor Eric Christopher Perry and pianist Christina Spurling explores the human condition through the lens of train travel across two continents and two nationalistic eras. Benjamin Britten’s Winter Words, Op. 52 (1956) evocatively depicts “a world unknown” with selections of final poems by English novelist Thomas Hardy, whose multitude of works are […]

Free
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Robot Programming

Winslow Public Library 136 Halifax Street, Winslow

“Robot Programming for Kids & Teens”—In-Person Instruction Imagine the delight in your child’s or teen’s eyes when they learn to PROGRAM a robot! That’s exactly what they can experience this month. Kids and teens ages 6 to 18 can now get individual coding practice, using our very favorite local robots—Dash, Dot, and Cue. Dash and […]

Free
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Virtual Crafternoon

Crafternoon might not be happening in the Library, but you can still participate from home! Join Mrs. Liz at 3PM on the Waterville Public Library's Facebook page  for instructions on how you and your kids can make this fun craft! 11/3 Paper Plate Dinosaur 11/10 Dino Hatching Puppet 11/17 Dinosaur Mask 11/24 Paper Turkey Table Decoration

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Fall Gardening Series: Backyard Composting

Free! Webinar Home composting is fun and easy if you understand the basic principles and concepts. Join UMaine Extension Educator Mark Hutchinson for this webinar to learn about best practices for managing a successful backyard compost pile! $5 suggested donation for this webinar Click for more info and to register

Femmes of Rock – RESCHEDULED to 2021

Back at Waterville Opera House by popular demand! Rescheduled from March 13, 2020 to August 27, 2021 FEMMES OF ROCK starring Bella Electric Strings Featuring the music of AC/DC, ELO, Queen, Led Zeppelin, The Eagles, Jimi Hendrix, Prince, Metallica, David Bowie, Pink Floyd, and more! FEMMES OF ROCK, led by rock violinist and arranger, Nina […]

Balancing Kid Expectations, Your Diet, and Family Obligations

You can feel winter in the air and that means we’re heading into the holiday season. With COVID-19 on the rise across Maine how can we enjoy the holidays during such unprecedented times? Please register for Thursday, Nov 5,  and  join us as Northern Light Health brings together experts from across our state to offer […]

Free
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Downtown Waterville Farmers’ Market

Head of Falls Temple Street at Front Street, Waterville

The Downtown Waterville Farmers' Market is open every Thursday, rain or shine, in downtown Waterville at Head of Falls, 2:00 – 6:00 p.m., from the last Thursday in April to the Thursday before Thanksgiving. The Downtown Waterville Farmers’ Market is a 100% producer-only market. That means when you shop at the market you’re buying directly […]

Free
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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!

Free
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