Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce

Community Events Calendar

<< October 23, 2014 >>
KVCC "Late Start" semester to begin Sept. 22
KVCC "Late Start" semester to begin Sept. 22. Kennebec Valley Community College (KVCC) is offering a "Late Start" 12-week session of academic courses beginning Sept. 22. Approximately a dozen courses required by a wide range of college programs are being offered in this compact Late-Start schedule to students not already registered for the regular Fall 2014 semester. These courses can be applied not only toward KVCC degree programs, but transferred to other colleges and universities, and offer an ideal opportunity for students pursuing four-year degrees to earn credits toward those degrees while taking advantage of KVCC s low tuition rate of $90 per credit hour. By providing a series of commonly-required courses in a compact, convenient semester, KVCC hopes to give students another option for beginning or continuing an education. The courses offered were chosen based on high demand and some are being provided online to increase the convenience for students. The Late Start semester will end Dec. 13. To learn more about Late Start semester options, call 207-453-5822.
Event Location: KV Community College 92 Western Avenue Fairfield, ME
For more information contact: 207-453-5129
"Art in the Park" Artist Reception
The "Art in the Park" program, entering its fifth year, features a grouping of sculptures by artist Anne Alexander. The sculpture is currently on view in Johnson Park on Water Street, and will be displayed through October. Anne Alexander's sculptures are carved from logs using power tools such as chainsaw, pneumatic carving tools, and grinders. As part of the Gardiner River Festival, the artist will be demonstrating her techniques and will have a booth at the Art and Craft Fair. A reception with Anne Alexander will be held at Circling the Square Fine Art Press at 3pm. "As an artist, I am concerned with inspiring emotional or kinesthetic responses in the viewer. I also wish to enhance one's awareness of his/her body, size, and surrounding space as it relates to the natural world, explains Anne Alexander. "My work is successful to me, when it causes these reactions in many ages and types of people. Small parts of nature are the source of ideas and inspiration. Natural forms are abstracted and enlarged to create works which suggest themes of regeneration, growth, life cycles, and stages of maturation." "Art in the Park" is provided by a grant from the Harry Faust art Fund and is supported by the City of Gardiner, Gardiner Main Street, and the Maine Arts Commission. "This year's sculpture gives us the opportunity to see artwork displayed throughout the park, giving the community an opportunity to engage with the sculpture," says Patrick Wright, Executive Director of Gardiner Main Street. Harry Faust was a creative photographer and avid supporter of arts in local communities. He owned The Framemakers in Waterville, and upon his death, he left funds to support art in communities. Gardiner was one of the beneficiaries of five years of support through the Harry Faust Art Fund. Artist Reception Date: June 21, 2014 and Exhibition on view: Through October 31, 2013. The Gardiner Main Street program is one of four original nationally accredited Main Street programs in the state of Maine. The program uses a comprehensive approach to strengthen Gardiner as a regional focal point for commerce, culture, and community. For more information about Gardiner Main Street, visit For a schedule of events related to the Gardiner River Festival visit- Cost: Free and open to the public.
Event Location: Johnson Park Water Street Gardiner, ME 04345
37 Artists Participating in Exhibition at Harlow ( recept. 5-8pm )
37 Artists Participating in Exhibition at the Harlow Gallery In celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Kennebec Land Trust (KLT), the Harlow Gallery at 160 Water Street in Hallowell presents an art exhibition from October 12 - November 1, 2014, featuring artwork by 37 artists depicting or inspired by the many properties owned by the KLT that are open to the public. A public reception at the Harlow Gallery on Sunday, October 12 from 5-8pm will coincide with the opening of a related benefit exhibition supporting the KLT's pending acquisition of Howard Hill across the street at Slates Restaurant. The receptions are both free and open to the public and refreshments will be served. Welcome comments from Deb Fahy, Executive Director of the Harlow Gallery and Brian Kent, KLT President are scheduled for 6:30pm at the Harlow Gallery. The work to be included in exhibition was submitted in response to an open call for artists. Out of 92 submissions, 53 works of art were selected to be included in the exhibition. The selection committee included Jym St Pierre and Brenda Lake from the Kennebec Land Trust, and Deb Fahy, Allison McKeen and Elena Kirillova from the Harlow Gallery. This project in partnership with the KLT has been made possible by a generous grant from the Maine Community Foundation, by support from Dirigo Capital Advisors LLC, Augusta Fuel Company and Lake and Denison, LLP Attorneys; and by Harlow Gallery season sponsors: The Bank of Maine, Capitol Dental Care, Dead River Co., Great Gatherings, the City of Hallowell, Mr. Brooks Harlow, Jr., the Jennings Family, Kennebec Savings Bank and the Vallee Brothers. ABOUT THE KENNEBEC LAND TRUST. Established in 1988, The Kennebec Land Trust works cooperatively with landowners and communities to conserve the forests, shorelands, fields, and wildlife that define central Maine. The Trust protects land permanently, offers opportunities for people to learn about and enjoy the natural world, and works with partners to support sustainable forestry and farming. KLT has partnered with landowners in 21 communities to protect more than 4,800 acres on 60 properties through land donations, fee purchases, and conservation easements. Volunteers have constructed 37 miles of trails on KLT land and developed informative brochures and maps of KLT properties that encourage visitors to learn about and enjoy Kennebec County s natural landscape. Most properties are open to the public for walking, hiking, hunting, fishing, enjoying nature, and creating art! For more information, visit them online at ABOUT THE HARLOW GALLERY - The Harlow Gallery is a membership based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in downtown historic Hallowell in 1963. Our mission is to connect and celebrate art, artists and community. For more information please visit us online at
Event Location: Harlow Gallery 160 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347
For more information contact: Nancy Barron 207-622-3813
Gardiner Art Show - Maine: Always in Season
Maine: Always in Season. The seasons in Maine have captured the imaginations of Jim and Fran Townsend since their relocation here from Vermont nearly 15 years ago. Totting cameras and equipment, this husband and wife team of photographers/artists has traveled from coast to mountains in all seasons. As they wander Maine, the couple ascribe to the idea that at any time and place, within 100 yards, a person can find something to photograph or paint. The public is invited to join us for the opening reception on September 5th from 5:30-9pm. Jim, a self-described Red Barn-o-holic, turns his lens on everything from animals to rusted cars. Jim has been a life-long landscaper, stone mason, musician and photographer. He describes his relationship with photography this way, Photography is not my life, but it may be my religion. His range of work encompasses his belief that newer genres of photography require different styles and perspectives, and that the art of creative photography is enhanced by the availability of modern digital cameras, filters and processes. HDR photography is Jim s newest interest, turning traditional imagery into modern works of art. Fran s pastel work leans more toward the natural landscapes and streetscapes of Maine. For Fran her paintings capture not only a landscape, she explains, A painting should evoke a memory of a moment once experienced. She grew up in Vermont, where living, working and playing were inherently connected to the weather, the seasons, the land and the life cycles of plants and animals. Her paintings reflect the subtle colors, shifting light and varied textures in nature. Beyond the opening reception of Maine: Always in Season, the show can be seen during regular business hours- Tuesday-Friday 10-6 and Saturdays 12-6 through November 1st, 2014.
Event Location: Monkitree 263 Water Street Gardiner, ME
The Public Theatre - "The Cocktail Hour"
The Public Theatre's 2014-15 Season begins! The Public Theatre, Lewiston/Auburn's Professional Theatre officially announces its 24th season! Following its recent win of Best Theatre in Maine for the second year in a row in Down East Magazine's readers poll, The Public Theatre is offering an entertaining and exciting selection of plays certain to satisfy theatre-lovers across the state. The Public Theatre officially opens its season with A.R. Gurney's intelligent comedy, The Cocktail Hour, running Oct 17th-26th. The pre-dinner cocktail is a revered ritual in this well-to-do family, but when their middle-aged son comes home to announce he s written a play about his parents, everyone becomes shaken and stirred. Filled with Martini dry wit and banter, don t miss this entertaining and potent comedy about a family on the rocks starring Ellen Crawford and Mike Genovese (from NBC's E.R.), last seen at The Public Theatre in On Golden Pond. In 1991, The Public Theatre was founded with the mission of bringing high quality professional theater to the people of Maine at an affordable price. With a top ticket price of $20 and another exciting year of plays to look forward to performed by the finest actors from N.Y. to L.A., The Public Theatre remains committed to keeping Broadway-quality theatre accessible for everyone. Season subscriptions are currently on sale. Individual tickets, gift certificates, morning student matinees and group rates (for parties of 10 or more) are available for all productions. For more information and show times visit or call 782-3200. The Public Theatre is located at 31 Maple St. in downtown Lewiston.
Event Location: The Public Theatre 31 Maple Street Lewiston, ME 04240
For more information contact: 782-3200
The Waponahki Student Art Show ( 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. )
A Collaboration of Maine Indian Education and the Abbe Museum. The Waponahki Student Art Show brings together a wonderful variety of art created by Native American students from early childhood education through high school. Using a wide array of media, these young artists incorporate traditional beliefs and values with the modern, multi-cultural world around them. - See more at:
Event Location: Abbe Museum Downtown Augusta, ME 04330
For more information contact: Pat Boucher (207) 288-3519
W'ville Opera - Maureen Hancock ( 7:00pm )
This self-described "medium comedian" is back for another visit in Waterville!
Event Location: W'ville Opera House 1 Common Street Waterville, ME 04901
For more information contact: 873-7000
Belgrade Community Ctr - ASEP ( 3:30 - 5:30 pm )
ASEP After School Enrichment Program.
Event Location: Belgrade Community Center 1 Center Drive Belgrade, ME 04917
For more information contact: 495-3481
CDM - Clay Play ( 3 - 4 p.m. )
Our loose parts play included googly-eyes, craft sticks and more! Join us next Thursday at 11:00 for Chicka Chicka Boom play.Clay Play 3 - 4 p.m.! Try our Obstacle course and enjoy a healthy snack. (Sponsored by Hannaford)Try our obstacle course through the Museum and enjoy a healthy snack.
Event Location: Children's Discovery Museum 171 Capitol Street, Suite 2 Augusta, ME 04330
For more information contact: 207-622-2209
This event is sponsored by: Hannaford
CDM - Join Miss Vicki Loubier!
Come in and join Miss Vicki Loubier read her halloween story. CDM is closed Mondays. Daily Admission Prices: $4.50/adult, $5.50/per child, under 12 months free, $75 yearly family membership. Hours of operation Tues-Thurs 10-4, Fri-Sat 10-5, Sun 11-4.
Event Location: Children's Discovery Museum 171 Capitol Street, Suite 2 Augusta, ME 04330
For more information contact: 207-622-2209
This event is sponsored by: Hannaford
CDM - Lights on After School Event ( 3 6pm )
Children s Discovery Museum Lights on After School Celebrating After School Programming in Central Maine. October 21, 2014... The Children s Discovery Museum in collaboration with the Maine After School Alliance will hold our Lights on After School Event on Thursday, October 23rd from 3 6pm at The Children s Discovery Museum in Augusta. This event is held to celebrate the many after school programs that are available to children in our area. Participants include KVYMCA, Augusta and Gardiner Boys & Girls Clubs, 21st Century, Delta Prime Robotics, MaineGeneral, Healthy Communities in the Capitol Area including Food Corps and SNAP ED, Buker Center and more. Science Fun Stations will run throughout the event, including concocting slime, mixing a lava lamp, constructing a catapult, assembling a balloon powered car and launching your own rocket! There will also be a MAD Science Fire and Ice Show from 5 6pm to celebrate our love of science and to help kick off our upcoming Hands On Science After School Program. There is no admission price! The event is free, including free food and drinks! After school programs provide a safe, supportive environment that aid student achievement, so the evening s agenda will celebrate the afterschool programs in our area commented Assistant Executive Director, Amarinda Keys. They highlight what a rich resource they are for the children of our community and provide children and families with STEM-related activities to get them excited about the interactive programming available to them. Registration is not required. For more information, call 622-2209 or email The Children's Discovery Museum is located at 171 Capitol Street and offers a wide array of activities for youngsters to explore, while enhancing many of their developmental skills, such as social, cognitive, problem solving and peer interaction. Where Children Come to Learn and Grow! To learn more, visit
Event Location: Children's Discovery Museum 171 Capitol Street, Suite 2 Augusta, ME 04330
For more information contact: 207-622-2209
This event is sponsored by: Children's Discovery Museum
CDM - Rockin' Readers & Book Swap ( 11:00 AM )
Join us for storytime and a literary-based game, craft, or activity each Thursday at 11 a.m. This is a Family Reading Partnership program, so you can get your F.R.P. passports stamped, too! Cost/Cover: $5.50 PER CHILD $4.50 PER ADULT INFANTS UNDER 12 MONTHS. CDM is closed Mondays. Children's Discovery Museum Hours of Operation: Tues - Thurs 10-4; Fri-Sat 10-5; Sun 11-4. Daily Admission: $4.50 per adult, $5.50 per child, under 12 months free, $75 per year.
Event Location: Children's Discovery Museum 171 Capitol Street, Suite 2 Augusta, ME 04330
For more information contact: 207-622-2209
This event is sponsored by: Children's Discovery Museum
Toddler Open Time ( 9:30 - 11 am )
The Playland features several bounce houses for your child s enjoyment. In the gym, there is a variety of climbing blocks, ride-on toys, and other fun, age appropriate toys. Ages: Birth-6. Monday-Wednesday-Friday 9:30am - 11:00am - Adventure Playland Bounce Houses. Tuesday and Thursday 9:30am - 11:00am - Open Gym III. Cost: The program is free to those with a Preschool Membership ($35.00 annually). Non-Member drop-in fee is $4.00 for the gym and $7.00 for Adventure Playland. A member of the Alfond Youth Center staff will be on hand but children must be supervised by their parents. Snacks are allowed but we do ask that no items containing peanuts or peanut oils be brought into our facility. The program follows the Waterville School System schedule. On days when there is no school, the program will not be open. Cost: The program is free to those with a Preschool Membership ($35.00 annually).
Event Location: Alfond Youth Center 126 North St., Waterville, ME 04901
For more information contact: fax 861.8016 207.873.0684
41st Annual MSMA Fall Conference
Event Location: Augusta Civic Center 76 Community Drive Augusta, ME 04330
For more information contact: (207) 626-2400
Farmer's Markets - Waterville Concourse ( 2-6p.m. )
Come find the freshest, most nutritious foods and the special farmers eager to share advice on preparation, planting and other helpful tips.
Event Location: In the Concourse Appleton & Main Streets Waterville, ME
The Center for Maine Crafts ( 9 am - 8pm. )
Event Location: The Center for Maine Craft W.Gardiner Svcs Plaza, Rt 126 off Routes 95 and 295.
For more information contact: 588-0021
Waterville Winter Farmers' Market ( 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM )
Downtown Waterville Farmers Market from the Third Thursday in April until the Thursday before Thanksgiving Every Thursday ~ 2 6 pm Rain or Shine. On the Concourse at Appleton and Main St, in downtown Waterville, Maine. (During the winter, we're downstairs in Barrels Community Market.)
Event Location: Waterville Farmer's Market Maine & Appleton/Concourse Waterville, ME
For more information contact:
This event is sponsored by: MaineGeneral Health
2014 Corn Maze -Treworgy Family Orchards Levant ( 10am to dusk )
The 2014 Treworgy Family Orchards corn maze design is The Lost Locomotive The Maze will open this Saturday July 26th and remain open for the rest of the season. Listen to Conductor Findley Stroustrup give the introduction to this year s maze! About 60,000 corn plants make up this year s maze, and most grow up to 10 feet tall, nice and high so the maze is more challenging and more fun! Come on out and get lost! You can Maze three ways 1.) Go in. Get out. 2.) Go in. Find all five stations, and solve the Clue mystery. Find your way out. 3.) Go in. Find all five stations, and solve the Clue mystery. Find Station X, and answer the mystery question. Find your way out. No matter how you tackle the maze, we know you ll find the way out, eventually, and we know you ll have a great time trying! 2014 Prices: $7 Adults, $6 Children 3-12 (2 and under are free). Includes a delicious soft-serve ice cream, vanilla, chocolate or twist, once you re out! Group rates are available for the corn maze! Groups of 10-19 receive a 10% discount on maze tickets. Groups of 20 or more receive a $1 discount per ticket. Please contact for exact date season ends. Cost/Cover: $7 Adults, $6 Children 3-12 (2 and under are free). Web Page: Contact Info: (207)884-8354
Event Location: Treworgy Family Orchards 3876 Union Street Levant, ME 04456
For more information contact: (207)884-8354
Pick Your Own Apples - Augusta ( 9 to 6 )
Pick Your Own Apples ~ Weekend Wagon Rides !! Farm Market loaded with Goodies ~ Corn Maze ~ Fall Decorations ~ Pumpkins ~ Great place to spend some fall time!
Event Location: County Fair Farm 423 Augusta Road Jefferson, ME
For more information contact: 549-3536
Pick Your Own Apples - Skowhegan ( 9 to 5 )
It's Apple Picking Time! Already Picked - Pick Your Own ~ Cider, Squash ~ Pumkins ~ and Local Goodies.
Event Location: Cayford Orchards 99 Hilton Hill Road Skowhegan, ME
For more information contact: 474-5200
Pick Your Own Apples - South Windsor ( 9 to 6 )
Pick your own - or buy them at the barn! Gourds ~ Pumpkins ~ Honey ~ Fudge!
Event Location: Bailey's Orchard No Hunts Meadow Rd. Off Rt. 17 Windsor, ME
For more information contact: 549-7680
Pick Your Own Apples - Vassalboro ( 9 to 6 )
Pick Your Own Apples ~ Wagon Rides !! Baked Goods ~ Jellies ~ Jams ~ Pumpkins ~ Pickles.
Event Location: Lemieux's Orchard 210 Priest HIll Road Vassalboro, ME
For more information contact: 873-4354
Thunder Road Farms 2014 Corn Maze
Trick or Treat in the maze, hear ghost stories around a fire, pumpkin painting, costume contest, and more. When: Opening Date - September 13, 2014 * Closing Date - November 2, 2014. Hours of Operation: CLOSED MONDAY-WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY GROUP RESERVATION. FRIDAY GROUP RESERVATION. SATURDAY 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. SUNDAY 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. LAST ENTRANCE 1 HR. BEFORE CLOSING. Special Hours / Holidays * Open Columbus Day Weekend - Oct. 10th - 13th - 10am to 6pm * Trick- or-Treat the maze Oct. 22nd with a rain date of the 23rd from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Pricing: Ages 3 and Under - Free, Ages 4 and up - $8.00 This includes maze, hay ride, jumping pillow, play area, and one ride on the cow train. Cow train ride $1.50 ticket if you want more rides. Group rates available Groups of 15 or more will receive $1 off for each person. Coupons not valid with group discount. All schools get in for half price with 15 or more kids and chaperones. Must have one chaperone to every 10 kids. Please make your group reservation at least 1 week in advance with a rain date. Times are Thursday and Friday 10am to 6pm. All Groups Welcome - School groups, after school groups, church groups, Scouts, birthdays and company parties, etc... Patches available for Scout Groups. ***No Pets Allowed Please ***No Alcohol Allowed . ***No Smoking Allowed Driving Directions: From Bangor: Take I-95 south towards Newport, get off I-95 exit 157, take right and go to light. Follow Me.11/ Me.7/ Moosehead Trl. Rd. continue for 5.2 miles. We are on the left. From Waterville: Take I-95 North towards Newport, get off I-95 exit 157, take left and go to light. Follow Me.11/ Me.7/ Moosehead Trl. Rd. continue for 5.2 miles. We are on the left. From Skowhegan: Take US-2/ US 201 North until you come into Newport. Turn left onto ME-11/ ME-7/ Moosehead trail road. Continue for 5.2 miles. We are on the left.
Event Location: Thunder Road Farms 185 Newport Rd. Rt. 7/11 Corinna Me. 04928
For more information contact:
LC Bates Museum Maine's Natural History Museum
Sign up for FREE girls and insects programs! Click on the link at the right for more information. Want to schedule a fun field trip for students at Maine's natural history museum? Do you love historic museums filled with wonders? Or perhaps you want to learn to catch frogs at a special event? The L.C. Bates Museum is the place to do this and more! Admission: Adults $3.00, Children up to 17 years $1.00. The museum includes amazing natural history exhibits, fun local history, Native American collections, rocks and minerals, fossils, outside nature trails, picnic tables, and an arboretum behind the museum. The museum even has themed art exhibits from artists of New England each summer through fall. Want more info on programs? See the link to museum programs on the left hand side of our page. We are on facebook Open Hours Spring, Summer and Autumn Hours (April until mid-November): Wednesday to Saturday 10 AM to 4:30 PM and Sunday 1 to 4:30 PM and other times by appointment. Winter Hours (mid-November to March) Wednesday through Saturday 10AM to 4:30PM and other times by appointment or chance, please call 238-4250 to be sure we are here to greet you in winter. Closed if the roads are snowy. Please note that we are not heated in winter! Dress warmly if you come for a visit. Self-Guided Outdoor Activities. Good Will-Hinckley Nature Trails Start Behind the Museum-your family can stop in for self guided map, a Discovery backpack to take out, or take a picnic. Museum Gift Shop Open museum hours. The gift shop features many fun and educational items for curious adults and children, including puppets, books, jewelry, posters, and natural items such as minerals, shells and fossils. The gift shop has a wide range of prices including 1$ dollar items to allow kids and school groups to shop too. Membership and Volunteering. We welcome new museum memberships and volunteers to have fun, share their knowledge and learn while making the L.C.Bates Museum available to central Maine Community. If you have a special interest or talent, please inquire about volunteering. The L.C.Bates Museum is located 5 miles north of I 95 exit 133 on Rt. 201 halfway between Skowhegan and Fairfield.
Event Location: L. C. Bates Museum Good Will-Hinckley, Route 201 Hincley, ME
For more information contact: 207.238.4250
Lithgow Library - Maine Author Bill Roorbach ( 7:00 p.m. )
Meet the Author! Bill Roorbach, "Life Among Giants"."LIFE AMONG GIANTS is a larger-than-life production. Yet all of its wild characters feel genuine, their aches and flaws and desires wholly organic; and the plot they re tangled in moves forward at a breakneck pace. It s a dizzy romp. There s murder and intrigue and sex and terror, and Roorbach is generous with it all." --Haley Tanner, The New York Times Book Review 2/​24/​13. Copies of the book are available at Lithgow Public Library, Bangor Savings, and Viles Arboretum while supplies last.
Event Location: Bangor Savings Bank 4 Senator Way Augusta, ME 04330
For more information contact: 207-626-2415
This event is sponsored by: Bangor Savings & Lithgow Library
Belgrade Community Center-YOGA ( 6-7pm )
These one hour classes will be offered each Thursday, a six week session will cost $50 or a $10 for drop in.
Event Location: Belgrade Community Center 1 Center Drive Belgrade, ME 04917
For more information contact: 495-3481
VILES - YOGA at Viles ( 5:15 - 6:45 p.m. )
~ YOGA *** YOGA *** YOGA *** YOGA ~ YOGA AT THE VILES ARBORETUM. A wonderful opportunity to unwind at the end of a long day. Each Thursday at 5:15pm - 6:45pm. All are welcome. Come every week, once a month, or whatever your schedule allows. All levels accommodated, beginners or experienced. Mats provided or bring your own. All you need to do is show up! Costs are $10 per member or $12 for non-members. Its always a good day to stretch and relax with a little YOGA.
Event Location: Viles Arboretum 153 Hospital Street Augusta, ME
For more information contact: 207.626.7989
~ VILES ARBORETUM TREES SPROUTING BOTANICAL LABELS ~ To anyone visiting the Viles Arboretum, keep your eyes open for our all new botanical labels cropping up on various specimens throughout our preserve. Board member Hillary Schultz has been working hard at producing labels with our brand new embossing machine purchased through a generous grant from the Cricket Foundation and the Davis Conservation Fund. These tags will record each specimen s unique accession number, our arboretum way to track our specimens, and they will also indicate genus, species and family. The Viles Arboretum is centrally located in Augusta, Maine on 224 acres of fields, forests, wetlands and with botanical collections from around the world, and offers an ever-changing selection of inspirational exhibits, educational and practical programs for the general public and for schools. We focus on interactive, creative and hands-on teaching with a focus on botany and natural history. Our goal is to unlock everyone s natural ability to understand the nature of our world through your own eyes and by using your own intellect. Our presence contributes significantly to the quality of life in and around Augusta and beyond and our newly installed Art Trail presents the largest publically accessible display of outdoor art sculpture in Maine. You can learn more about the Arboretum and its programs, or how to become more involved by checking our website at, checking our Facebook page or simply by stopping in or calling us at 626-7989.
Event Location: Viles Arboretum 153 Hospital Street Augusta, ME 04330
For more information contact: 207-626-7989
W.S. Cohen Comm. Ctr - Gentle Yoga Class Ages 50+ ( 9:00-10:15 )
Gentle Yoga Classes Ages 50+ - Improve your flexibility and breathing, decrease stress, and maintain health with Certified Yoga Instructor Nancy Valley each Tues., and Thurs., 9:00 to 10:00 at Spectrum Generations Cohen Center. The cost is $10 for one class or $15 if you attend both weekly classes. Pre-registration preferred, walk-ins welcome. Your first class is free if you have not taken the Yoga class with Nancy in the past.
Event Location: Spectrum Generations W.S. Cohen Community Center s Hallowell, ME
For more information contact: 207.626.7777
W.S. Cohen Comm. Ctr - Entertainment: Swingtime ( 11:00-12:30 )
11:00-12:30 Lunch Lasagna , Entertainment: Swingtime
Event Location: Spectrum Generations W.S. Cohen Community Center s Hallowell, ME
For more information contact: 207.626.7777
W.S. Cohen Community Ctr - Computer Lessons II ( 3:00-4:00 )
Computer Lessons II providing technology help! Email, attachments, photos, internet, tablets, documents, applications, games, updates, etc. Helen Forbes will help you. Individualized lessons each Thursday from 3:00 to 4:00 at the Cohen Center. Appointments Required; call 626-7777. Cost is $7.00 per class. Space limited.
Event Location: Spectrum Generations W.S. Cohen Community Center s Hallowell, ME
For more information contact: 207.626.7777