Events

Health Events in Maine April 21 to May 5

Health Events in Maine April 21 to May 5
MONDAY APRIL 21

Stress relief group

Community Partners space
56 North Street
Portland, ME

Monday April 21
2:30 to 3:30

Join board-certified music therapist Kate Beever for an hour of relaxation, discussion, and joy based in music (no musical experience necessary). Go home with simple tools for your own stress relief.

Health Events in Maine March 22 to March 30

Health Events in Maine March 22 to March 30
SATURDAY MARCH 22
 Sparks Ark Benefit Show

Brad Paisley is coming to the Bangor Waterfront Pavilion

Brad Paisley is coming to the Bangor Waterfront Pavilion

Grammy Award winning Country artist, Brad Paisley, announced today his first ever concert in Bangor, Maine at Darling's Waterfront Pavilion on Sunday, June 15 as part of the Machias Savings Bank Concert Series. 

Tickets on sale Friday, March 14 at 10:00 a.m.

11th Annual Portland Boat Show

11th Annual Portland Boat Show

"THE PORTLAND BOAT SHOW" at the Portland Sports Complex on March 6th through March 9th, 2014. The facility is conveniently located at 512 Warren Avenue, just off exit 48 of the Maine Turnpike. This venue will feature plenty of free on-site parking and the largest display area of any of the local boat shows, with exhibits including center console & walkaround fishing boats, bowriders, cuddy cabins, cruisers, pontoon boats, wakeboard boats, and tournament ski boats. 

HOURS
Thursday 3/6 12pm - 8pm
Friday 3/7 10am - 8pm
Saturday 3/8 10am - 8pm
Sunday 3/9 10am - 5pm

ADMISSION
Adults: $8
Children (6-12 years): $3
Under 6 FREE

FMI: http://www.theportlandboatshow.com/


 

 

Maine Restaurant Week

 

March 1-10

The statewide celebration of Maine's culinary culture

More restaurants than ever

Third annual Hancock County Food Drive kicks off March 1

The Third Annual Hancock County Food Drive kicks off March 1 and it couldn’t happen at a better time. More than 44 percent of Hancock County children qualified for reduced school lunches in 2013 but hunger doesn’t go away at the end of the school day.  Those children often go to bed hungry and spend the weekend that way. Fifteen percent of all Maine households lack access to nutritious food.  During the winter that number goes even higher as Mainers struggle to pay for heating their homes. The prolonged periods of frigid temperatures, rising fuel prices and the number of storms have combined to make it even more difficult this year. That creates an extra strain on local food pantries and community meal sites which have seen their numbers swell in recent months.