Chicken’s courtship, life cycle subject of discuss
Mid-Coast Audubon will host a chat by naturalist and educator Mike Shannon, who will talk about the annual courtship and life cycle of the American woodcock at 7 p.m. Thursday on the Camden Public Library, 55 Important St.
The woodcock, a migrant/resident chook of bogs and younger woodlands, is a most fascinating wooing artist. Because the annual cycle of courtship begins, his aerial method, weird and mysterious, locations him up entrance as an odd suitor.
Shannon is a lifelong naturalist, storyteller, educator and Registered Maine Information.
This system is free and open to all, however donations are inspired.
For extra data contact the library at 236-3440.
Employers from many industries at upcoming hiring honest
Some 73 companies and organizations have registered to take part within the 2019 Rockland Regional Spring Hiring Honest to be held from three:30 to six p.m. Wednesday at South Faculty, on 30 Broadway.
Employment alternatives embody from entry to senior stage, full time and half time, year-round and seasonal, expert labor, technical, customer support, lodge and hospitality, corrections and legislation enforcement, clerical, skilled/licensed and advance diploma, retail, restaurant and meals service, healthcare, banking, environmental and janitorial, journey and transportation, indoor and outside jobs, manufacturing, analysis and growth, landscaping and garden care, mechanical, bookkeeping, design and printing, marine and maritime, volunteer alternatives, museum collections and artwork, building and upkeep, neighborhood outreach and financial growth, name heart, communications, get together planning, training and outside recreation.
Functions and on-the-spot interviews will likely be supplied, and resumes will likely be collected.
The occasion is free and open to the general public. All ages, all expertise, all backgrounds are inspired to attend. The primary 200 attendees will obtain a free, reusable procuring bag, whereas they final.
For extra particulars, name Gordon Web page at 593-6093 or electronic mail [email protected]
Easter egg hunt scheduled
Aldersgate United Methodist Church will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. Saturday at 15 Wesley Lane.
Youngsters age 12 and youthful are invited to come back discover the Easter eggs full of treats, and they’re welcome to deliver their grown-ups alongside. Along with Easter Eggs, youngsters may additionally discover small baggage of pet treats that will likely be delivered to the Knox County Pope Memorial Animal Shelter.
The occasion will likely be held rain or shine and is freed from cost. Prizes will likely be given to the kid who finds essentially the most pet treats.
For extra particulars, name or electronic mail the church workplace at 596-5715 or [email protected]
Rotary holding electronic-waste fundraiser
West Bay Rotary’s annual eWaste+ assortment occasion fundraiser will likely be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday within the car parking zone of the previous Rockport Elementary Faculty at Route 1 and Route 90.
The occasion will settle for digital waste, present safe doc shredding with an onsite shredding truck and providing prescription drug disposal with the assistance of native police. Coastal Alternatives may also be amassing gently used clothes throughout the occasion. Though there isn’t a price to take part, this is a vital fundraiser for West Bay Rotary and your contributions are their solely supply of earnings for this occasion. Web proceeds will profit charities and non-profit organizations.
For extra particulars, electronic mail [email protected] or go to www.WestBayRotaryofMaine.org or www.fb.com/WestBayRotary.
Library proclaims actions for week
Wells Public Library will host the next occasions this week at 1434 Publish Highway:
Youngsters’s and teenage packages will embody a Mom Goose Storytimes for ages 24 months and youthful at 10:30 a.m. Monday and Wednesday; Toddler Storytime for ages 2 to five at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday; a Stuffed Animal Sleepover at 6 p.m. Tuesday; Earth Day Crafts for Children, held from 2 to four p.m. Thursday; and an Earth Day Scavenger Hunt for Children held from 2 to four p.m. Friday.
For adults, there will likely be a “[email protected]: Potted Succulents” class at 6 p.m. Tuesday. This class, will provide patrons a possibility to be taught extra about succulents and every attendee will go away with a potted plant. Registration is required, as house is proscribed.
These are free occasions, sponsored by the Pals of the Wells Public Library.
For extra particulars, electronic mail Andrea Kazilionis at [email protected] or name the library at 646-8181.
Society to current particular historic program
The Otisfield Historic Society will current a particular historic program at 7 p.m. Thursday on the Otisfield Neighborhood Corridor.
Following the teams annual election of officers and different temporary enterprise, Pamela Hodenburg, of Bridgton, will then enlighten the viewers with “Otisfield’s Seamstress,” an account of the lifetime of her great-grandmother, Nellie Chute Edwards, as revealed in Nellie’s diary.
Born in 1859, Nellie Edwards, because the title suggests, was an industrious lady who spent her whole life in Otisfield. The journal provides day-by-day particulars of life greater than a century in the past, when wives had been anticipated to remain dwelling but additionally discovered a wide range of methods so as to add to the household’s earnings.
Refreshments will likely be served. All are welcome.
Social service skilled to talk
The New Gloucester Historic Society will host a chat by speaker Amy Whitmore, of the Morrison Company, a Southern Maine social service company, at 7 p.m. Thursday on the New Gloucester Meetinghouse, at 389 Intervale Highway, Route 231.
The discuss is free and open to the general public. Refreshments will likely be served.
For extra particulars, name Leonard L. Brooks at 926-3188.
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