Open-Mic Poetry Night

Celebrate National Poetry Month with an Open-Mic Poetry Night on April 23 (Shakespeare’s birthday) at 5:30 pm! What you are asked to bring: Poem(s) you’ve written to read, or Poem(s) someone else has written to read, or Friend(s) to read the poem(s) you don’t dare to read, or Ears to simply listen … and/or Your …
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“The Public” & Pre-movie Conversation

“The Public” is coming to Dover-Foxcroft! Join us at Center Theatre on Friday, April 19 at 6 pm for a pre-movie conversation with Archie Curry from the Bangor Area Homeless Shelter about homelessness in our region. The aim of this conversation is to share some facts, bust some myths, and talk about what our community …
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Internet Safety Class

Join us on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 from 10:30-1:30 for this free class offered by the National Digital Equity Center. Learn tips and strategies to keep you and your family’s information safe online from hackers, predators and cyberbullies. This is a fast-paced 3-hour class. You don’t need a computer to attend. Register now: Add your …
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Voices from HOME: Oral History Event

You are invited to participate in the Voices from HOME Oral History Project. Join us for a recording event on the theme “Roots” at the Thompson Free Library on Friday, April 12. Drop in anytime between 9 and 5 to conduct a brief oral history interview with a family member, friend, or neighbor. We will …
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Maine State Prison: 1824-2002

Maine history buffs take note: Warden Jeffrey Merrill Sr. will give us a look behind prison walls on Tuesday, March 26 at 5:30 pm. Join us as Merrill shares a documentary about the Maine State Prison and discusses his book “Maine State Prison: 1824-2002.” He will answer questions and share stories from his research and …
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