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.

Supper To Go

Pleasant Street United Methodist Church 61 Pleasant Street, Waterville, ME

Pleasant Street United Methodist Church (PSUMC) is having its first “Supper To Go” on Sat., April 10.  The meal will be comprised of baked beans, hotdogs, coleslaw, cornbread and your choice of dessert.  The cost is $8 per meal.  Pick up time is 4pm - 6pm or ending time will be earlier if all the […]

$8

Procedural Justice in Policing: The Case of Stockton, California

Online Event ME

Join the Goldfarb Center for a virtual lecture by Charles A. Dana Professor of Sociology Neil Gross on criminal justice reform, focused on the potential and limitations of the procedural justice model. Procedural justice is the idea that police, prosecutors, courts, and other representatives of the state should do everything in their power to ensure […]

Free

Virtual Business After Hours

Online Event ME

This event offers a great opportunity to “mix and mingle" - from the comfort of your own home - with your favorite beverage in hand. We will be offering the virtual mic around the screen to anyone who wants to take the opportunity to talk about upcoming events, share a hiring need, introduce new staff […]

Free

Virtual Artful Meditation: Time to Celebrate

Online Event ME

Experience greater mind-body connection though our Artful Meditation program. During this session, Jing Ye, a meditation teacher and a counselor at Colby College, will guide participants through a meditation inspired by Zanele Muholi’s Namhla 1 at Cassilhaus, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 2016. Artful Meditation is part of the Museum’s wellness initiative, Let Art Inspire, all of […]

Free

Front and Main Restaurant Ribbon Cutting

Front and Main Restaurant 9 Main St, Waterville, ME

Opened March 18, 2021: https://www.frontandmainwaterville.com/ Please plan to join the ribbon cutting April 15 at 3 p.m. at the new Front & Main Restaurant at Lockwood Hotel. The address is 9 Main St., Waterville and the Manager is Jordan Rowan.  

Free

Yummy Soup and Biscuit Fundraiser

Winslow Congregational Church 12 Lithgow Street, Winslow, ME

Get ready to enjoy a “soup-er” flavorful take-out lunch, brimming with your choice of mouth-watering soup, a homemade biscuit, and cookies! On Saturday, April 17, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Winslow Congregational Church (12 Lithgow Street) will be offering these delectable lunchtime meals for drive-through/to-go pick-up. Cost is a donation of $5 per soup […]

$5

Music at Colby: The Art of the 20th Century Flute Sonata

Online Event ME

Featuring Colby Music Associate Nicole Rabata on flute and pianist Chiharu Naruse. The Art of the 20th Century Flute Sonata: A dramatic program of 20th Century sonatas for flute and piano by Prokofiev, Liebermann, Dutilleux and Poulenc. Will be available to view on Facebook and on our Colby College Music YouTube channel .  

Free

Virtual Artful Healing: Time to Celebrate

Online Event ME

Practice a series of hands-on activities inspired by artworks in the galleries. In our Artful Healing sessions, Bodhi Simpson, LCPC, ATR, an art therapist with a private practice in Waterville, Maine, called Conscious Art Therapy will gently guide participants through a creative healing exercise inspired by a work of art in the Museum’s collection. This […]

Free

Linguistics of Gender Expression

Online Event ME

Gender is a social construct. A big part of this is the language that causes harm by upholding sexism & the gender binary (boys/girls, men/women). Researchers cite language as a reflection of the power imbalances of society. How has language impacted your gender identity? How are you navigating society or building culture with words? Join […]

Free – $20

Good Health is Good Business

Online Event ME

Need ideas or resources to embrace a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion? Let’s come together and start an intentional change across our state, communities, businesses, and neighborhoods. Please register and join us Thursday, April 22 at 11 am. Materials from our Zoom are easy and convenient to access, please go to our designated webpage. […]

Free

Reframing Modern Art of the American Southwest

Online Event ME

Lunder Institute Talks Join this conversation to explore new research shaping understanding of modern art of the American Southwest—the focus of the Lunder Institute’s Research Fellows Program in 2021–22. University of Delaware professor Jessica Horton (2021–22 Distinguished Scholar) and the Met’s Associate Curator of Native American Art Patricia Marroquin Norby (2021–22 Research Fellow) will discuss […]

Free

Colby Symphony Orchestra – Hope and Harmony, part 2

Online Event ME

  This spring the Colby Music Department wanted to make music that reflected the hope that spring brings to Maine. While they did not have a theme for this concert, two pieces by Gustav Holst were chosen, because of his focus on the music of nature. Making music is a powerful way to bring people […]

Free

One in Five 5K

FirstPark FirstPark Drive, Oakland, ME

Join us for the 10th annual One in Five 5K either virtually or in person on Sunday, April 25 at 9 am! Inspired by the current Maine statistic of an estimated ONE in FIVE people in Maine have been affected by sexual violence (Muskie School of Public Policy, Maine Crime Victimizations Rates, 2011), the Sexual […]

$10 – $30

Chamber Membership Refresher and Orientation

Business after hours 420 Quaker Hill road, Albion, ME

CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP REFRESHER and ORIENTATION Are you taking full advantage of your Chamber membership? How can you engage with the Chamber and help us help you grow your business? Discover ways to get the best value for your Chamber membership by attending our Chamber Membership Refresher. Let us show you how to make your membership […]

Free

Climate Music by Jason Davis

Online Event ME

Join the Center for the Arts and Humanities and the Colby Music department in welcoming musician and director of Climate Stories Project, Jason Davis, for a unique Climate Music performance. In partnership with the Environmental Humanities Initiative, Dr. Davis has taught climate storytelling workshops in five Colby classes. This livestreamed performance will include several original […]

Free

Adjusting to School in a New Country

Online Event ME

Join the Mid-Maine Global Forum for a special panel discussion moderated by Chris Asch of the Capital Area New Mainers Project, featuring Duha Al Edany, Hadeel Alseleh, and Halah Al Subaihawi. They are students who are involved with the CANMP program and will speak about adjusting to school in a new country. This event will […]

Free

Leadership Luncheon With Melik Peter Khoury

Amici's Cucina 137 Main Street, Waterville, ME

Enjoy a fabulous lunch and meet Dr. Melik Peter Khoury, president and CEO of Unity College (UC). He will share his vision for the future of the college, his notable leadership path and lifelong experiences that prepared him for his current position. Dr. Khoury holds a bachelor’s degree from University of Maine Fort Kent, an MBA […]

$20 – $25
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Youth Art Club on the Library Lawn

Winslow Public Library 136 Halifax Street, Winslow, ME

Through May 27th, join us for youth art club on the library lawn. We will learn a little about a featured artist, their style and then do some art projects.  A different theme will be featured each week. Open to children of all ages. PLEASE REGISTER TO ENSURE A SLOT. MAXIMUM OF FIVE FAMILIES PER […]

Free

Art Kits for All: Planting a Seed

Alfond Youth & Community Center 126 North Street, Waterville, ME

This month’s kit is inspired by spring and the new Seed Library at the Waterville Public Library. The kit contains seed, soil, a little pot, paint, and a paintbrush, as well as instructions on how to transplant your seedling into the ground. One hundred kits will also include a copy of the beautiful book Miss […]

Free

Discrimination on the Basis of Educational Status

Online Event ME

This spring, we’ll gather for a virtual evening and hear from Anosacha Peete-Meyers, Colby Class of ’23; Rabbi David Freidenreich, Director of Jewish Studies at Colby; and Pastor Jamie Dickson of Kingdom Life Church in Oakland, Maine. They will explore the question: Is discrimination on the basis of educational status dividing our country? After hearing […]

Free
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May Day Auction

Online Event ME

Northern Light Continuing Care, Lakewood’s May Day Auction is virtual this year.  Visit https://event.gives/lakewoodmaydayauction through May 7 to bid on fun items! Proceeds  will stay at Lakewood to purchase new lift chair recliners and clothes dressers for residents with dementia and fund renovations to make the dining room more comfortable. Click for more information.

Recurring

Drop-In Kids’ Garden & Science Time

Winslow Public Library 136 Halifax Street, Winslow, ME

Through May 25, drop in any Tuesday from 2 to 4 p.m. for a brief, independent garden- or science-themed activity. We’ll have seeds available to plant each week. Tables set up for social distancing, and masks are required. Open to youth of all ages. Tuesday, May 4, 11, 18, and 25 2 p.m. to 4 […]

Free

Deepening the Divide: How the Pandemic Exacerbates Disparities

Online Event ME

The Goldfarb Center is hosting a virtual panel of experts to discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected marginalized communities, particularly communities of color in the United States. From misinformation to vaccine access, our guest speakers will discuss the disparities that became clearer and wider by the pandemic and solutions to address the divide. […]

Free
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Downtown Waterville Farmers’ Market Returns

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

It's baaack - check out a "bunch" of items... Downtown Waterville Farmers' Market is open and at Head of Falls from 2- 6 p.m. every Thursday, beginning May 6, 2021 Support local wherever, whenever and however you can!The smallest gesture can make the biggest impact. Visit the web page Come join us at the market. […]

Maine Voices Live Waterville with Mike Wisecup

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Join us when we sit down with Michael D. Wisecup, Vice President and Harold Alfond Director of Athletics at Colby College. Wisecup will be interviewed by Morning Sentinel sports reporter Travis Lazarczyk. Maine Voices Live Waterville features conversations between Morning Sentinel and Kennebec Journal writers and notable Mainers. Audience members can experience a memorable night […]

Free
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