WERU Community Calendar On Air

Sat, August 8th

Brooklin (Celebration, Family Activity)
Friend Memorial Library has designated Saturday, August 8 as Roger Angell Day in celebration of his 100th birthday. A long-time summer resident of Brooklin, the author, essayist and New Yorker magazine baseball reporter and fiction editor will be present.  Celebrate on Saturday, August 8, 10:45 - 11:30, 1 Reach Rd. FMI and more about Roger Angell's life: friendml.org.
Lincolnville Beach (Benefit)
Blueberry "Swing Ding"  Blueberry baked goods, jam and other items for sale. Sponsored by the Lincolnville Improvement Association to benefit local scholarships and community improvement projects. Your support appreciated! Saturday, August 8, 8:00 - 12:00 noon, Lincolnville Beach parking lot on Route 1. For info, contact croninredsox@aol.com, 207-236-0028.
Lincolnville (Yard Sale)
Summer Yard Sale to benefit Local Scholarships. Sponsored by Lincolnville Womens Club  at "Blue House" 2460 Atlantic Highway, opposite Dot's Store, Lincolnville, Saturday, August 8, 8:00 - 12:00 noon.  Donations accepted 9:00 a.m. Fri.day, August 7, at same place. No electronics, appliances, heavy furniture or old clothes. For info contact ependleton7@gmail.com or 207-763-3371.
Camden (Play)
FAFALO! in the Amphitheatre. Using colorful Balinese masks and huge, spectacular puppets, FAFALO! is a comic fantasy about what happens when a ludicrously unqualified buffoon is accidentally named king will delight adults and children. Seating is limited, masks and social distancing required. Several dates through August 30th, all shows 5:00 - 7:00, Camden Library's Amphitheatre, 55 Main St. Tickets and Info:  https://camdenshakespeare.org/plays/.
Camden (Play)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Camden (Family Activity, Story Time)
Listen to E. B. White’s Stuart Little. In honor of the book’s 75th birthday Witherle Memorial Library community volunteers will read the chapters with music provided by the Witherle Consort.  A new chapter will be added each day through July 15th, and the entire production will be available through August 31st – all on YouTube. FMI: http://witherle.lib.me.us/.
Belfast (Drawing Workshop)
Figure Drawing: Long Pose. Anyone who has an interest in drawing from the figure can join this ongoing, non-instructional group, Mike Fletcher is the facilitator. The models are different each week; poses tend to be long, one or two a session. Saturday mornings through August 15th, 9:30 – 12:00 noon, outside at Waterfall Arts, 256 High St. In event of heavy rain, the session will be cancelled. FMI and to register: https://waterfallarts.org/.
Stonington (Drive-In Movie)
Opera House Arts (OHA) offers Drive-In Movies at the Stonington Ball Field, School St, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at 8:45pm throughout the summer. Audio will be broadcast over FM radio. Gates open at 7:30, no admittance after 8:40. Tickets must be purchased online; concessions will be sold at the time of ticket purchase and will be ready at the gate. For tickets, movie schedule, and more info: https://www.operahousearts.org/upcoming.
Port Clyde (Art Exhibit)
20 IN 2020 Celebrating 2 Decades celebrates 20 years of Barbara Prey Projects. This exhibition showcases the virtuosic hand of world-renowned artist Barbara Prey who has painted powerful views of her surroundings for forty years. On exhibit at the Barbara Prey Projects , 855 Port Clyde Road, Port Clyde, through September 7th, 10:00 – 5:00. FMI: https://www.barbarapreyprojects.com/.
Belfast (Outdoor Activity)
The Belfast Merchants Baseball Team holds town team ball practices Saturday mornings, 10:00, at the former Governor Anderson School field/ Waterfall Arts, 256 High St, Belfast. FMI:  (207) 299-0839.

Sun, August 9th

Belfast (Clinic, for Kids)
Catch-Up Clinics will help families ensure up-to-date childhood vaccinations. The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) will offer regularly scheduled clinics at Public Health Nursing offices in Augusta, Bangor, Caribou, Lewiston, and Portland. All vaccines on the childhood immunization schedule will be available at no cost for children 18 and younger. Clinics are by appointment only to ensure proper physical distancing. Parents can call (207) 287-6730 or (207) 287-4112 to schedule an appointment. Additional clinics are planned for Calais, Machias, Rockland, and Skowhegan. Clinics could be added to meet demand. FMI: (207) 287-6730, (207) 287-4112, or Google: catchupclinicsmecdc.
Camden (Play)
FAFALO! in the Amphitheatre. Using colorful Balinese masks and huge, spectacular puppets, FAFALO! is a comic fantasy about what happens when a ludicrously unqualified buffoon is accidentally named king will delight adults and children. Seating is limited, masks and social distancing required. Several dates through August 30th, all shows 5:00 - 7:00, Camden Library's Amphitheatre, 55 Main St. Tickets and Info:  https://camdenshakespeare.org/plays/.
Camden (Play)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Bar Harbor (Plein Air Painting)

Plein Air at the Bar: A great way to meet up with fellow artists whenever the tide is low at 2:00 pm on a Sunday, July - October. No instruction, no cost, just fellow artists creating at Bar Harbor's sandbar, which is at the end of Bridge St, just off West St. Look for the easels and wear your mask.  FMI: 266-0010 or eileen@artwavesmdi.org.

Bar Harbor (Workshops)
Peace Literacy Workshop. A new approach to peace and education that views peace as a skill-set. It is a growing movement of educators and concerned citizens who want to empower people to heal the root causes of societies’ problems, rather than merely addressing surface symptoms. Open to anyone interested in implementing Peace Literacy in their classrooms, communities, and workplaces, this Zoom workshop begins on Sunday, August 9th, 2:00 – 6:00, and continues for the next three Thursday evenings, 7:00 – 9:30. To register and for details: https://www.peaceliteracy.org, select workshops from the menu.
Bangor (Concert, Open Air Event)
Church Bells Concert and Second Sunday Food Drive: the Unitarian Universalist Society of Bangor offers a 30-minute bell/chimes concert from the church’s historic bell tower, while simultaneously collecting food donations at drive-by/drop-off stations in front of the church.  On Sunday, June 14th, 12:00 noon- 1:00, there will be bins spaced out and placed on Park Street in front of the church for people to drive by and make a contribution of non-perishable food. FMI: https://www.uubangor.org

Mon, August 10th

Bangor (Informational Gathering)
Walsh History Center Hour on Zoom. Do you have a question about the history of Camden, your ancestors that may have lived in the area, or the house you live in now? Ken Gross and the Walsh History Center team are happy to try to help find you an answer! Mondays in August, 1:00 - 2:00 pm. Presented by the Camden Public Library , email kgross@librarycamden.org to request a Zoom link to participate.
Bangor (Support Group)
MDI Hospital / Birch Bay Village are offering a free Telehealth Stress Management Group. These free virtual sessions are hosted by Melissa Violette, Music Therapy Director, and incorporate music and other strategies to help manage stress. Mondays from 11:30am to 12:30 pm.  For more information:  https://www.mdihospital.org/news/free-telehealth-music-therapy-support-groups/
Bangor (Film, now on YOUTUBE, Outdoor Activity, Virtual Tour)
Get to Know Your Local Maine this Summer: The Best Part of Maine? Mainers! Vignettes celebrating authentic Maine experiences and insider recommendations from fellow Mainers. Virtual Tours: https://www.glpfilms.com/maine-series.
Waldoboro (Farmers Market)
Support your local farmers, fisherman and producers at Long Cove Farmer's Market! Shop for local cheese, pork, pasta, soap, books, honey, jam, olive oil, vegetables, kelp, oysters and more. Mondays, 3:00 – 6:00, through October 12th, at East Forty Farm and Dairy, 2361 Friendship Rd/Route 220, Waldoboro. FMI: https://www.eastfortyfarm.com.
Waldoboro (Farmers Market)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Belfast (Conversation)
Looking for creative accountability, new connections with other innovators and dreamers, or a network to share your ideas with -- and to be inspired by? Coffee Hour for Creatives: Monday mornings, 8:30 – 10:30, in the shade at Park on Main, downtown Belfast. FMI: https://waterfallarts.org/.
Belfast (Resources for Abused Persons, Support Services)
Partners for Peace: resources and support for anyone affected by abuse or violence. You deserve a life without isolation, violence, abuse, and fear, you deserve to feel safe and valued in your home and in your relationship. In the midst of everything going, with the use of technology, advocates have helped survivors: file protection orders, navigate the criminal justice system, find safe housing, and connect with critical resources. The 24-hour helpline will remain open and available to anyone affected by abuse or violence, including community partners, at 1-800-863-9909. Learn more at https://www.partnersforpeaceme.org/.
Belfast (Historical Reading)
Maine Mondays: Each Monday on Facebook Live, Julia will read selections from books about Maine’s history. This program is part of the library’s year-long celebration of Maine’s Bicentennial. Mondays, 11:00 - 12:00 noon at facebook.com/camdenpubliclibrary. Watch past “Maine Mondays” in the “video” section of the Camden Library’s Facebook page.

Tue, August 11th

Belfast (Fundraiser)
August Art Exhibit Fundraiser. Featuring many local artists whose works are on view at the Blue Hill Public Library through August during regular library hours, Monday - Saturday, 9:00 - 6:00, 5 Parker Point Rd.  FMI: 374-5515 or  www.bhpl.net.
Belfast (Kids' Program)
Chat with Miss Amy on Zoom. Every Tuesday, parents and children are invited to catch up with children’s librarian Miss Amy in a social chat on Zoom. Tuesdays, 10:00 - 11:00 am.  Presented by the Camden Public Library, email: alhand@librarycamden.org for a link to attend.  
Camden (Outdoor Activity, Yoga Class)
Yoga in the Amphitheatre. Certified Yoga Teacher Denyse Robinson will lead a sequence of Yoga poses that are both grounding and uplifting.  All levels welcome, small classes with social distancing and safety precautions. Tuesdays and Fridays, 9:00 - 10:00, through September 1st, Camden Library Amphitheatre, 55 Main St,. FMI:  Denyse 207-975-5325 or denyserobinson@gmail.com.
Camden (Outdoor Activity, Yoga Class)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Camden (Family Activity, Story Time)
Listen to E. B. White’s Stuart Little. In honor of the book’s 75th birthday Witherle Memorial Library community volunteers will read the chapters with music provided by the Witherle Consort.  A new chapter will be added each day through July 15th, and the entire production will be available through August 31st – all on YouTube. FMI: http://witherle.lib.me.us/.
Belfast (Art Class)
Kinetic Creatives: Outdoor sessions with weekly changes to encourage you to observe, creatively interpret, or interact with your surroundings in innovative ways. Instructors, who are teaching artists, will invite you to walk a short distance (up to 1/4 mile) from the Park, to engage with your own creative process. Tuesday mornings, 10:15 - 11:45, at Park on Main, downtown Belfast. Details and pre-registration, required, at https://waterfallarts.org/.
Port Clyde (Adult (16+) Classes, Workshops)
Herring Gut Learning Center Summer Adult Community Learning Series: Six informative and innovative hands-on learning workshops for students and educators. All programs are 90 minutes and start promptly at 10:00 am on Tuesdays & Thursdays followed by a campus tour. Social Distancing Seating (ages 16+) limited to 10 people per workshop, with the majority of time spent outside. Registration required. For details or to register: https://herringgutlearningcenter.org/.  August 11 or August 13 - Coastal Erosion & Human Impacts in Nearshore Environments.
Port Clyde (Informational Gathering, Workshops)
MOFGA's Farm Training Project Workshops:  Weekly workshops follow an informal format, usually beginning with a farm tour followed by a presentation on the topic of the day. Participants are invited to stay for a potluck supper – bring a dish or something fresh from the farm to share, and your own place setting. Free, open to the public, and they happen rain or shine through September. For a complete schedule and more info:  https://mofga.org/MOFGA-Events/Farm-Training-Project-Workshops, or 568-4142, education@mofga.org.
Castine (Reopening Update)
The Witherle Memorial Library is now open with limited public access. Patrons may enter the Library and request books at the Library Desk. Those wishing to browse the Adult Collection may do so by appointment, one person at a time. The Children's Room is closed, patrons may request books, DVDs, etc. from the Children's Room. When in the building all are required to follow Library Protocols. For daily hours and other details: 326-4375 or https://www.witherlelib.me.us.
Camden (Book Club)
Tuesday Book Club in the Amphitheatre: Weather permitting, the group plans to meet, with appropriate social distancing and precautions, on the second Tuesday of the Month at 1:00. New members always welcome! FMI: https://www.librarycamden.org.
Winter Harbor (Art Exhibit, Garden Walk)
whopaints Gallery in the Garden: soothing garden walk while strolling among paintings, intimate art experience, physical distancing, curb-side art pick-p, hands free art purchase. Open 8:00 am – 7:00 pm Monday – Saturday, open 9:00 am – 7:00 pm Sunday, 315 Main St, Winter Harbor. Ways to stay in touch: whopaints on Facebook, whopaintsart on Instagram.
Winter Harbor (Art/Craft Project, Virtual Gathering)
Pandemic Purling! Check out the Camden Library’s new virtual knitting group. Bring your own knitting project or try something new. Miss Loraine leads the online knitting circle, 4:00 - 5:00, every second Tuesday of the month, on ZOOM through June. Email Miss Loraine at lmurray@librarycamden.org if you would like to be sent a link to the Zoom meeting.  

Wed, August 12th

Winter Harbor (Discussion)
Readings on Race: My Grandmother's Hands. Part 2, online discussion: Wednesday, August 12, 6:00 - 8:00. For the link and more info: www.bhpl.net.
Cherryfield (Community Meal, Take Out)
Take out Turkey Dinner at The First Congregational Church, Cherryfield,   Wednesday, August 12th,  5:00 - 6:00.   Roast turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, cranberry sauce, a roll and homemade blueberry pie.   8 River Road, Cherryfield.  Directed traffic, delivery to car.   FMI: 546-7559.  Covid 19 Precautions in place.
Rockland (Music Workshop)
Midcoast Music Academy In-Person Ensembles: Adult Acoustic Guitar Group. For teen and adult students with an understanding of chord formations who who want to weekly a jam session. From campfire songs to blues jams, students will select songs that will be played and arranged weekly in class. A wide array of styles and artists will be covered and performed throughout the summer. Wednesdays through August 26, 6:15 - 7:00, 20 Winter Street, Rockland. FMI: midcoastmusicacademy.com.  
Rockland (Music Workshop)
Midcoast Music Academy In-Person Ensembles: Bluegrass Ensemble. Open to anyone looking to learn more about playing traditional and modern bluegrass, this ensemble will focus on learning traditional bluegrass repertoire and exploring how to improvise over those forms. Guitar, bass,mandolin, banjo, fiddle, and vocals are all welcome. Wednesdays through August 26, 5:15 - 6:00, 20 Winter Street, Rockland. FMI: midcoastmusicacademy.com.
Rockland (Music Workshop)
Midcoast Music Academy In-Person Ensembles: Brass Street Band. Open to all brass instruments, saxophones and percussion with a focus on fun, upbeat tunes and rhythms. Band members will learn about different styles, grooves, off-beat rhythms, improvisation, and a bit of history surrounding the brass street band tradition. Wednesdays through August 26, 4:15 - 5:00, 20 Winter Street, Rockland. FMI: midcoastmusicacademy.com.
Rockland (Support Group)
MDI Hospital / Birch Bay Village are offering a virtual Grief Support Group. These free virtual sessions are hosted by Melissa Violette, Music Therapy Director, and incorporate music, group sharing and other strategies to help those who grieve. Wednesdays 5:30 – 6:30 pm. For more information:  https://www.mdihospital.org/news/free-telehealth-music-therapy-support-groups/.
Rockland (Kids' Activities, Virtual Workshop)
Curious Kid's Hours! Kids are looking for answers to the who, what, where, and why's of the world around us. Pick up kits for the upcoming project the week before during Library To Go hours while supplies last. Do the project prior to attending so we can discuss the results during the Wednesday sessions, 12:30 – 1:30, on Zoom. To participate and receive the Zoom register : http://watervillelibrary.org/. August 12th: Slime Specialist. With a sample of slime and using the formula you are given, and additional chemicals make slime the same texture as the sample. Kit available 8/3/2020.  
Rockland (Kids' Activities, Virtual Workshop)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Rockland (Art Journaling)
Creative Art & Journaling. Join this creative group for a different project every Wednesday, 4:00 - 5:00. Email Amy at alhand@libarycamden.org to be emailed project ideas and a link to the Zoom Meeting. FMI: https://www.librarycamden.org.  
Belfast (Art Class)
Small Books, Three Ways: For imaginative readers who wants to play with words, makers who like to experiment and try new things, or wordsmiths who wants to bind their best ideas. Create three miniature (or very small) books and begin generating personal content inside their pages. Age 15 +, Wednesdays, August 12, 19, and 26, 10:0012:00 noon, outside at Waterfall Arts, 256 Main St, Belfast. To register and more info: https://waterfallarts.org/.
Ellsworth (Community Meal, TAKE-OUT ONLY)
TAKE-OUT ONLY  The Welcome Table Free Community Meal is offered every Wednesday at the First Congregational Church in Ellsworth, 2 Church St, across from the Ellsworth City Hall, 3:00 - 6:00. Meals are available by take-out only. FMI: https://www.krowholla@gmail.com.

Thu, August 13th

Ellsworth (Tech Help)
Tech Help Hour on Zoom. Do you have a question about a new device you've purchased? Do you need help transferring photos from your camera to your computer? We'll try our best to help you navigate your technology troubles. Thursdays, 1:00 - 2:00 pm. Visit librarycamden.org/learn-research/techhelphour to make an appointment.
Ellsworth (Clinic, for Kids)
Catch-Up Clinics will help families ensure up-to-date childhood vaccinations. The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) will offer regularly scheduled clinics at Public Health Nursing offices in Augusta, Bangor, Caribou, Lewiston, and Portland. All vaccines on the childhood immunization schedule will be available at no cost for children 18 and younger. Clinics are by appointment only to ensure proper physical distancing. Parents can call (207) 287-6730 or (207) 287-4112 to schedule an appointment. Additional clinics are planned for Calais, Machias, Rockland, and Skowhegan. Clinics could be added to meet demand. FMI: (207) 287-6730, (207) 287-4112, or Google: catchupclinicsmecdc.
Ellsworth (Support Group)
MDI Hospital / Birch Bay Village are offering a Telehealth Stress Management. These free virtual sessions are hosted by Melissa Violette, Music Therapy Director, and incorporate music and other strategies to help manage stress. Thursdays from 5:30 – 6:30 pm.  For more information:  https://www.mdihospital.org/news/free-telehealth-music-therapy-support-groups/
Ellsworth (Support Group)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Ellsworth (Information Source, UPDATE)
Healthy Acadia: While Healthy Acadia’s offices remain closed to the public due to COVID-19, they continue to provide community health programming, services, and supports - connecting virtually, and available by phone, email, and text. Some classes are also available on their YouTube Channel. For more information about programs and services, or to get involved: https://www.healthyacadia.org.
Belfast (Conversation)
Socially-Engaged Art: for artists of any discipline, medium or inclination (dance, music, sculpture, poetry, etc.!) who are interested in art as social practice. An ongoing in-person conversation, all ages, no registration required. Thursday evenings, 7:00 – 8:30, outside at Waterfall Arts, 256 High St. Gatherings will be cancelled in event of heavy rain. For details: https://waterfallarts.org/.
Belfast (Virtual Art Tour)
Project 20/20: Waterville artist Matthew Russ travels the Maine Island Trail, a recreational water trail connecting over 200 wild islands and coastal sites along Maine’s coast. In 2020, Matt will visit 20 sites on the Trail where he will create an original painting during each visit. Follow Matt’s journey, view the paintings he produces and interact with Matt’s experience on the Trail along the way. FMI: https://www.portlandartgallery.com/.
Belfast (Concert)
Masterworks: Five Thursdays. Featuring selections from Bay Chamber Concerts treasured archive of performances spanning six decades. Listen to audio recordings from past concerts at the Rockport Opera House, paired with images of artwork by renowned Maine painters and photographers. Thursdays through August 13th, 7:30, on YouTube. FMI: https://www.baychamberconcerts.org/.
Stonington (Drive-In Movie)
Opera House Arts (OHA) offers Drive-In Movies at the Stonington Ball Field, School St, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at 8:45pm throughout the summer. Audio will be broadcast over FM radio. Gates open at 7:30, no admittance after 8:40. Tickets must be purchased online; concessions will be sold at the time of ticket purchase and will be ready at the gate. For tickets, movie schedule, and more info: https://www.operahousearts.org/upcoming.
Stonington (Concert, On-Line Performance)
Bay Chamber Concerts On-Line: Brahms Violin Sonata No. 1 for Violin and Piano in G Major, from a performance at the Rockport Opera House on August 16, 2018; and Ravel Introduction and Allegro, from a performance at the Rockport Opera House on August 8, 2011. Thursday, August 13th, 7:30, streamed on-line on the Bay Chamber YouTube channel, baychamberYouTube. FMI: https://www.baychamberconcerts.org.
Stonington (Informational Meeting)
Tech Help Hour – on Zoom. Do you have a question about a new device you’ve purchased? Do you need help transferring photos from your camera to your computer? We’ll try our best to help you navigate your technology troubles. Camden Public Library Event: Thursdays, 1:00 – 2:00, for more info and access: https://www.librarycamden.org.
Stonington (Support Group)
"Safe Harbor Cancer Support Group Interactive Zoom Session" Give support to each other during this time of social distancing as we navigate our cancer journeys. Join by computer, tablet, cell phone or landline. Hosted by the Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center, every second and fourth Thursday of the month, 11:00 - 12:30, Zoom Online. Registration required: 207-664-0339 or info@bethwrightcancercenter.org, once registered a link will be sent.
Stonington (Art Exhibit, Virtual Presentation)
Virtual Exhibition "Lush, hush" at CMCA (Center for Maine Contemporary Art). Lush, hush puts forward the notion that these two seemingly opposing approaches can juxtapose to heighten the effect of the other. The exhibition features the work of 16 Maine artists, and will be available for viewing on CMCA's website (www.cmcanow.org) through August 15, 2020.

Fri, August 14th

Stonington (Play Reading)
New Surry Theatre brings local playwrights Bundy H Boit's and Anne Harding Woodworth's work, Somewhere Voices, to the virtual stage as a reading.  Live-streamed performances on Friday and Saturday, August 14 and 15, at 7:00; and Sunday, August 16, at 3:00.  Join a “talk back” with the playwrights, cast and crew at on Sunday, August 16, at 4:30. For tickets/access: www.newsurrytheatre.org.
Ellsworth (Rally)
Black Lives Matter Peaceful Rally will start at the Ellsworth City Hall parking lot, 4:00 pm, Fridays through September 18th.  Will move up to Main Street— bring signs, wear black and your masks! FMI: schoodichollow@gmail.com.
Ellsworth (Support Group)
MDI Hospital & Birch Bay Village are offering a virtual Caregiver Support Group. These virtual sessions are hosted by Melissa Violette, Music Therapy Director, and incorporate music, group sharing and other strategies to help caregivers. Wednesdays 5:30 – 6:30 pm. For more information:  https://www.mdihospital.org/news/free-telehealth-music-therapy-support-groups
Southwest Harbor (Art Class, Kids' Activities)
Friday Fun for Fledglings: Pinwheels for Peace. An art installation, a way for students to express their feelings about what’s going on in the world and in their lives. Make a pinwheel with your own unique design and help cover the Gilley lawn in pinwheels for International Peace Day. Fridays, August 7th & 14th, 10:30, Wendell Gilley Museum, 4 Herrick Rd, Southwest Harbor. Info and reservations:  https://www.wendellgilleymuseum.org/.
Camden (Outdoor Activity, Yoga Class)
Yoga in the Amphitheatre. Certified Yoga Teacher Denyse Robinson will lead a sequence of Yoga poses that are both grounding and uplifting.  All levels welcome, small classes with social distancing and safety precautions. Tuesdays and Fridays, 9:00 - 10:00, through September 1st, Camden Library Amphitheatre, 55 Main St,. FMI:  Denyse 207-975-5325 or denyserobinson@gmail.com.
Camden (Outdoor Activity, Yoga Class)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Camden (Read- Aloud for Adults)
Explorations: Read-Aloud Group for Adults on Facebook Live. Hear a wide range of fascinating books read aloud by Camden Public Library staff on the Library’s Facebook Page. Recordings of the readings are available to watch afterward in the “video” section. Fridays, 11:00 - 12:00 noon.  Fridays, 11:00 - 12:00 noon, on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/camdenpubliclibrary.
Camden (Chess Club)
Online Chess Club: online matches every Friday, 4:00 - 6:00. Members may also challenge other members at any time. You can join the club at https://lichess.org/team/camden-chess-club. If you need help registering or want more information contact Evan Annis at camdenchessclub@gmail.com  
Camden (Family Activity, Story Time)
Listen to E. B. White’s Stuart Little. In honor of the book’s 75th birthday Witherle Memorial Library community volunteers will read the chapters with music provided by the Witherle Consort.  A new chapter will be added each day through July 15th, and the entire production will be available through August 31st – all on YouTube. FMI: http://witherle.lib.me.us/.
Port Clyde (Art Exhibit)
20 IN 2020 Celebrating 2 Decades celebrates 20 years of Barbara Prey Projects. This exhibition showcases the virtuosic hand of world-renowned artist Barbara Prey who has painted powerful views of her surroundings for forty years. On exhibit at the Barbara Prey Projects , 855 Port Clyde Road, Port Clyde, through September 7th, 10:00 – 5:00. FMI: https://www.barbarapreyprojects.com/.
Belfast (Art Market)
The Belfast Art Market brings together a rotating cast of talented Maine artists with an eclectic array of high-quality ceramics, clothing, jewelry, paintings, and more! Every Friday through September, 9:00 – 1:00, in conjunction with the original Belfast Farmer’s Market at Waterfall Arts, 256 High St, Belfast. For more info about, or selling at the Art Market: 338-2222 or waterfallarts.org/artmarket.

Sat, August 15th

Belfast (Play Reading)
New Surry Theatre brings local playwrights Bundy H Boit's and Anne Harding Woodworth's work, Somewhere Voices, to the virtual stage as a reading.  Live-streamed performances on Friday and Saturday, August 14 and 15, at 7:00; and Sunday, August 16, at 3:00.  Join a “talk back” with the playwrights, cast and crew at on Sunday, August 16, at 4:30. For tickets/access: www.newsurrytheatre.org.
Winter Harbor (Opera)
The Winter Harbor Music Festival presents Rossini’s comic opera, The Barber of Seville. Sub-titles, directed by Deiran Manning, and with the WHMF Community Orchestra conducted by Michael Haigler, Saturday,  August 15th, 7:00, at Hammond Hall, 427 Main St, Winter Harbor. For tickets https://www.winterharbormusicfestival.com/.
Camden (Play)
FAFALO! in the Amphitheatre. Using colorful Balinese masks and huge, spectacular puppets, FAFALO! is a comic fantasy about what happens when a ludicrously unqualified buffoon is accidentally named king will delight adults and children. Seating is limited, masks and social distancing required. Several dates through August 30th, all shows 5:00 - 7:00, Camden Library's Amphitheatre, 55 Main St. Tickets and Info:  https://camdenshakespeare.org/plays/.
Camden (Play)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Belfast (Drawing Workshop)
Figure Drawing: Long Pose. Anyone who has an interest in drawing from the figure can join this ongoing, non-instructional group, Mike Fletcher is the facilitator. The models are different each week; poses tend to be long, one or two a session. Saturday mornings through August 15th, 9:30 – 12:00 noon, outside at Waterfall Arts, 256 High St. In event of heavy rain, the session will be cancelled. FMI and to register: https://waterfallarts.org/.
Stonington (Drive-In Movie)
Opera House Arts (OHA) offers Drive-In Movies at the Stonington Ball Field, School St, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at 8:45pm throughout the summer. Audio will be broadcast over FM radio. Gates open at 7:30, no admittance after 8:40. Tickets must be purchased online; concessions will be sold at the time of ticket purchase and will be ready at the gate. For tickets, movie schedule, and more info: https://www.operahousearts.org/upcoming.
Stonington (Resources for Abused Persons, Support Services)
Partners for Peace: resources and support for anyone affected by abuse or violence. You deserve a life without isolation, violence, abuse, and fear, you deserve to feel safe and valued in your home and in your relationship. In the midst of everything going, with the use of technology, advocates have helped survivors: file protection orders, navigate the criminal justice system, find safe housing, and connect with critical resources. The 24-hour helpline will remain open and available to anyone affected by abuse or violence, including community partners, at 1-800-863-9909. Learn more at https://www.partnersforpeaceme.org/.
Belfast (Outdoor Activity)
The Belfast Merchants Baseball Team holds town team ball practices Saturday mornings, 10:00, at the former Governor Anderson School field/ Waterfall Arts, 256 High St, Belfast. FMI:  (207) 299-0839.
Castine (Reopening Update)
The Witherle Memorial Library is now open with limited public access. Patrons may enter the Library and request books at the Library Desk. Those wishing to browse the Adult Collection may do so by appointment, one person at a time. The Children's Room is closed, patrons may request books, DVDs, etc. from the Children's Room. When in the building all are required to follow Library Protocols. For daily hours and other details: 326-4375 or https://www.witherlelib.me.us.

Sun, August 16th

Castine (Fundraiser)
August Art Exhibit Fundraiser. Featuring many local artists whose works are on view at the Blue Hill Public Library through August during regular library hours, Monday - Saturday, 9:00 - 6:00, 5 Parker Point Rd.  FMI: 374-5515 or  www.bhpl.net.
Castine (Discussion, Play Reading)
New Surry Theatre brings local playwrights Bundy H Boit's and Anne Harding Woodworth's work, Somewhere Voices, to the virtual stage as a reading.  Live-streamed performance on Sunday, August 16, at 3:00.  Join a “talk back” with the playwrights, cast and crew at on Sunday, August 16, at 4:30. For tickets/access: www.newsurrytheatre.org.
Winter Harbor (Opera)
The Winter Harbor Music Festival presents Rossini’s comic opera, The Barber of Seville. Sub-titles, directed by Deiran Manning, and with the WHMF Community Orchestra conducted by Michael Haigler, Sunday,  August 16th, 2:00, at Hammond Hall, 427 Main St, Winter Harbor. For tickets https://www.winterharbormusicfestival.com/.
Camden (Play)
FAFALO! in the Amphitheatre. Using colorful Balinese masks and huge, spectacular puppets, FAFALO! is a comic fantasy about what happens when a ludicrously unqualified buffoon is accidentally named king will delight adults and children. Seating is limited, masks and social distancing required. Several dates through August 30th, all shows 5:00 - 7:00, Camden Library's Amphitheatre, 55 Main St. Tickets and Info:  https://camdenshakespeare.org/plays/.
Camden (Film, now on YOUTUBE, Outdoor Activity, Virtual Tour)
Get to Know Your Local Maine this Summer: The Best Part of Maine? Mainers! Vignettes celebrating authentic Maine experiences and insider recommendations from fellow Mainers. Virtual Tours: https://www.glpfilms.com/maine-series.
Camden (Film, now on YOUTUBE, Outdoor Activity, Virtual Tour)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Bar Harbor (Plein Air Painting)

Plein Air at the Bar: A great way to meet up with fellow artists whenever the tide is low at 2:00 pm on a Sunday, July - October. No instruction, no cost, just fellow artists creating at Bar Harbor's sandbar, which is at the end of Bridge St, just off West St. Look for the easels and wear your mask.  FMI: 266-0010 or eileen@artwavesmdi.org.

Mon, August 17th

Bar Harbor (Informational Gathering)
Walsh History Center Hour on Zoom. Do you have a question about the history of Camden, your ancestors that may have lived in the area, or the house you live in now? Ken Gross and the Walsh History Center team are happy to try to help find you an answer! Mondays in August, 1:00 - 2:00 pm. Presented by the Camden Public Library , email kgross@librarycamden.org to request a Zoom link to participate.
Bar Harbor (Clinic, for Kids)
Catch-Up Clinics will help families ensure up-to-date childhood vaccinations. The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) will offer regularly scheduled clinics at Public Health Nursing offices in Augusta, Bangor, Caribou, Lewiston, and Portland. All vaccines on the childhood immunization schedule will be available at no cost for children 18 and younger. Clinics are by appointment only to ensure proper physical distancing. Parents can call (207) 287-6730 or (207) 287-4112 to schedule an appointment. Additional clinics are planned for Calais, Machias, Rockland, and Skowhegan. Clinics could be added to meet demand. FMI: (207) 287-6730, (207) 287-4112, or Google: catchupclinicsmecdc.
Bar Harbor (Support Group)
MDI Hospital / Birch Bay Village are offering a free Telehealth Stress Management Group. These free virtual sessions are hosted by Melissa Violette, Music Therapy Director, and incorporate music and other strategies to help manage stress. Mondays from 11:30am to 12:30 pm.  For more information:  https://www.mdihospital.org/news/free-telehealth-music-therapy-support-groups/
Waldoboro (Farmers Market)
Support your local farmers, fisherman and producers at Long Cove Farmer's Market! Shop for local cheese, pork, pasta, soap, books, honey, jam, olive oil, vegetables, kelp, oysters and more. Mondays, 3:00 – 6:00, through October 12th, at East Forty Farm and Dairy, 2361 Friendship Rd/Route 220, Waldoboro. FMI: https://www.eastfortyfarm.com.
Waldoboro (Farmers Market)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Waldoboro (Family Activity, Story Time)
Listen to E. B. White’s Stuart Little. In honor of the book’s 75th birthday Witherle Memorial Library community volunteers will read the chapters with music provided by the Witherle Consort.  A new chapter will be added each day through July 15th, and the entire production will be available through August 31st – all on YouTube. FMI: http://witherle.lib.me.us/.
Belfast (Conversation)
Looking for creative accountability, new connections with other innovators and dreamers, or a network to share your ideas with -- and to be inspired by? Coffee Hour for Creatives: Monday mornings, 8:30 – 10:30, in the shade at Park on Main, downtown Belfast. FMI: https://waterfallarts.org/.
Winter Harbor (Art Exhibit, Garden Walk)
whopaints Gallery in the Garden: soothing garden walk while strolling among paintings, intimate art experience, physical distancing, curb-side art pick-p, hands free art purchase. Open 8:00 am – 7:00 pm Monday – Saturday, open 9:00 am – 7:00 pm Sunday, 315 Main St, Winter Harbor. Ways to stay in touch: whopaints on Facebook, whopaintsart on Instagram.
Winter Harbor (Historical Reading)
Maine Mondays: Each Monday on Facebook Live, Julia will read selections from books about Maine’s history. This program is part of the library’s year-long celebration of Maine’s Bicentennial. Mondays, 11:00 - 12:00 noon at facebook.com/camdenpubliclibrary. Watch past “Maine Mondays” in the “video” section of the Camden Library’s Facebook page.

Tue, August 18th

Winter Harbor (Kids' Program)
Chat with Miss Amy on Zoom. Every Tuesday, parents and children are invited to catch up with children’s librarian Miss Amy in a social chat on Zoom. Tuesdays, 10:00 - 11:00 am.  Presented by the Camden Public Library, email: alhand@librarycamden.org for a link to attend.  
Southwest Harbor (Art Class, Kids' Activities)
Printmaking Class: Create vibrant one- or two-color prints using EZ carve. Materials will be provided - just bring an idea for a simple image you'd like to turn into a woodblock-style print. Register for the Morning or Afternoon Session, Tuesday, August 18th, 10:00 – 12:00 noon or 1:30 – 3:30, Wendell Gilley Museum, 4 Herrick Rd, Southwest Harbor. Info and reservations:  https://www.wendellgilleymuseum.org/.
Camden (Outdoor Activity, Yoga Class)
Yoga in the Amphitheatre. Certified Yoga Teacher Denyse Robinson will lead a sequence of Yoga poses that are both grounding and uplifting.  All levels welcome, small classes with social distancing and safety precautions. Tuesdays and Fridays, 9:00 - 10:00, through September 1st, Camden Library Amphitheatre, 55 Main St,. FMI:  Denyse 207-975-5325 or denyserobinson@gmail.com.
Camden (Outdoor Activity, Yoga Class)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Belfast (Art Class)
Kinetic Creatives: Outdoor sessions with weekly changes to encourage you to observe, creatively interpret, or interact with your surroundings in innovative ways. Instructors, who are teaching artists, will invite you to walk a short distance (up to 1/4 mile) from the Park, to engage with your own creative process. Tuesday mornings, 10:15 - 11:45, at Park on Main, downtown Belfast. Details and pre-registration, required, at https://waterfallarts.org/.
Belfast (Informational Gathering, Workshops)
MOFGA's Farm Training Project Workshops:  Weekly workshops follow an informal format, usually beginning with a farm tour followed by a presentation on the topic of the day. Participants are invited to stay for a potluck supper – bring a dish or something fresh from the farm to share, and your own place setting. Free, open to the public, and they happen rain or shine through September. For a complete schedule and more info:  https://mofga.org/MOFGA-Events/Farm-Training-Project-Workshops, or 568-4142, education@mofga.org.

Wed, August 19th

Rockland (Music Workshop)
Midcoast Music Academy In-Person Ensembles: Adult Acoustic Guitar Group. For teen and adult students with an understanding of chord formations who who want to weekly a jam session. From campfire songs to blues jams, students will select songs that will be played and arranged weekly in class. A wide array of styles and artists will be covered and performed throughout the summer. Wednesdays through August 26, 6:15 - 7:00, 20 Winter Street, Rockland. FMI: midcoastmusicacademy.com.  
Rockland (Music Workshop)
Midcoast Music Academy In-Person Ensembles: Bluegrass Ensemble. Open to anyone looking to learn more about playing traditional and modern bluegrass, this ensemble will focus on learning traditional bluegrass repertoire and exploring how to improvise over those forms. Guitar, bass,mandolin, banjo, fiddle, and vocals are all welcome. Wednesdays through August 26, 5:15 - 6:00, 20 Winter Street, Rockland. FMI: midcoastmusicacademy.com.
Rockland (Music Workshop)
Midcoast Music Academy In-Person Ensembles: Brass Street Band. Open to all brass instruments, saxophones and percussion with a focus on fun, upbeat tunes and rhythms. Band members will learn about different styles, grooves, off-beat rhythms, improvisation, and a bit of history surrounding the brass street band tradition. Wednesdays through August 26, 4:15 - 5:00, 20 Winter Street, Rockland. FMI: midcoastmusicacademy.com.
Rockland (Support Group)
MDI Hospital / Birch Bay Village are offering a virtual Grief Support Group. These free virtual sessions are hosted by Melissa Violette, Music Therapy Director, and incorporate music, group sharing and other strategies to help those who grieve. Wednesdays 5:30 – 6:30 pm. For more information:  https://www.mdihospital.org/news/free-telehealth-music-therapy-support-groups/.
Rockland (Support Group)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Rockland (Information Source, UPDATE)
Healthy Acadia: While Healthy Acadia’s offices remain closed to the public due to COVID-19, they continue to provide community health programming, services, and supports - connecting virtually, and available by phone, email, and text. Some classes are also available on their YouTube Channel. For more information about programs and services, or to get involved: https://www.healthyacadia.org.
Rockland (Art Journaling)
Creative Art & Journaling. Join this creative group for a different project every Wednesday, 4:00 - 5:00. Email Amy at alhand@libarycamden.org to be emailed project ideas and a link to the Zoom Meeting. FMI: https://www.librarycamden.org.  
Rockland (Virtual Art Tour)
Project 20/20: Waterville artist Matthew Russ travels the Maine Island Trail, a recreational water trail connecting over 200 wild islands and coastal sites along Maine’s coast. In 2020, Matt will visit 20 sites on the Trail where he will create an original painting during each visit. Follow Matt’s journey, view the paintings he produces and interact with Matt’s experience on the Trail along the way. FMI: https://www.portlandartgallery.com/.
Castine (Reopening Update)
The Witherle Memorial Library is now open with limited public access. Patrons may enter the Library and request books at the Library Desk. Those wishing to browse the Adult Collection may do so by appointment, one person at a time. The Children's Room is closed, patrons may request books, DVDs, etc. from the Children's Room. When in the building all are required to follow Library Protocols. For daily hours and other details: 326-4375 or https://www.witherlelib.me.us.
Ellsworth (Community Meal, TAKE-OUT ONLY)
TAKE-OUT ONLY  The Welcome Table Free Community Meal is offered every Wednesday at the First Congregational Church in Ellsworth, 2 Church St, across from the Ellsworth City Hall, 3:00 - 6:00. Meals are available by take-out only. FMI: https://www.krowholla@gmail.com.

Thu, August 20th

Ellsworth (Tech Help)
Tech Help Hour on Zoom. Do you have a question about a new device you've purchased? Do you need help transferring photos from your camera to your computer? We'll try our best to help you navigate your technology troubles. Thursdays, 1:00 - 2:00 pm. Visit librarycamden.org/learn-research/techhelphour to make an appointment.
Ellsworth (Support Group)
MDI Hospital / Birch Bay Village are offering a Telehealth Stress Management. These free virtual sessions are hosted by Melissa Violette, Music Therapy Director, and incorporate music and other strategies to help manage stress. Thursdays from 5:30 – 6:30 pm.  For more information:  https://www.mdihospital.org/news/free-telehealth-music-therapy-support-groups/
Ellsworth (Support Group)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Ellsworth (Family Activity, Story Time)
Listen to E. B. White’s Stuart Little. In honor of the book’s 75th birthday Witherle Memorial Library community volunteers will read the chapters with music provided by the Witherle Consort.  A new chapter will be added each day through July 15th, and the entire production will be available through August 31st – all on YouTube. FMI: http://witherle.lib.me.us/.
Belfast (Conversation)
Socially-Engaged Art: for artists of any discipline, medium or inclination (dance, music, sculpture, poetry, etc.!) who are interested in art as social practice. An ongoing in-person conversation, all ages, no registration required. Thursday evenings, 7:00 – 8:30, outside at Waterfall Arts, 256 High St. Gatherings will be cancelled in event of heavy rain. For details: https://waterfallarts.org/.
Stonington (Drive-In Movie)
Opera House Arts (OHA) offers Drive-In Movies at the Stonington Ball Field, School St, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at 8:45pm throughout the summer. Audio will be broadcast over FM radio. Gates open at 7:30, no admittance after 8:40. Tickets must be purchased online; concessions will be sold at the time of ticket purchase and will be ready at the gate. For tickets, movie schedule, and more info: https://www.operahousearts.org/upcoming.
Stonington (Resources for Abused Persons, Support Services)
Partners for Peace: resources and support for anyone affected by abuse or violence. You deserve a life without isolation, violence, abuse, and fear, you deserve to feel safe and valued in your home and in your relationship. In the midst of everything going, with the use of technology, advocates have helped survivors: file protection orders, navigate the criminal justice system, find safe housing, and connect with critical resources. The 24-hour helpline will remain open and available to anyone affected by abuse or violence, including community partners, at 1-800-863-9909. Learn more at https://www.partnersforpeaceme.org/.
Port Clyde (Art Exhibit)
20 IN 2020 Celebrating 2 Decades celebrates 20 years of Barbara Prey Projects. This exhibition showcases the virtuosic hand of world-renowned artist Barbara Prey who has painted powerful views of her surroundings for forty years. On exhibit at the Barbara Prey Projects , 855 Port Clyde Road, Port Clyde, through September 7th, 10:00 – 5:00. FMI: https://www.barbarapreyprojects.com/.
Port Clyde (Informational Meeting)
Tech Help Hour – on Zoom. Do you have a question about a new device you’ve purchased? Do you need help transferring photos from your camera to your computer? We’ll try our best to help you navigate your technology troubles. Camden Public Library Event: Thursdays, 1:00 – 2:00, for more info and access: https://www.librarycamden.org.
East Orland (Updated Info)
WERU Volunteer Orientation is on-hold for the time being. When it becomes safe to hold meetings at WERU the "usual" Volunteer Orientation will resume. To get on the Volunteer Orientation Announcement list or for more info about volunteering: info@weru.org. For the most up-to-date info about what's going on at WERU go to https://www.weru.org.

Fri, August 21st

East Orland (Fundraiser)
August Art Exhibit Fundraiser. Featuring many local artists whose works are on view at the Blue Hill Public Library through August during regular library hours, Monday - Saturday, 9:00 - 6:00, 5 Parker Point Rd.  FMI: 374-5515 or  www.bhpl.net.
Ellsworth (Rally)
Black Lives Matter Peaceful Rally will start at the Ellsworth City Hall parking lot, 4:00 pm, Fridays through September 18th.  Will move up to Main Street— bring signs, wear black and your masks! FMI: schoodichollow@gmail.com.
Ellsworth (Clinic, for Kids)
Catch-Up Clinics will help families ensure up-to-date childhood vaccinations. The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) will offer regularly scheduled clinics at Public Health Nursing offices in Augusta, Bangor, Caribou, Lewiston, and Portland. All vaccines on the childhood immunization schedule will be available at no cost for children 18 and younger. Clinics are by appointment only to ensure proper physical distancing. Parents can call (207) 287-6730 or (207) 287-4112 to schedule an appointment. Additional clinics are planned for Calais, Machias, Rockland, and Skowhegan. Clinics could be added to meet demand. FMI: (207) 287-6730, (207) 287-4112, or Google: catchupclinicsmecdc.
Ellsworth (Support Group)
MDI Hospital & Birch Bay Village are offering a virtual Caregiver Support Group. These virtual sessions are hosted by Melissa Violette, Music Therapy Director, and incorporate music, group sharing and other strategies to help caregivers. Wednesdays 5:30 – 6:30 pm. For more information:  https://www.mdihospital.org/news/free-telehealth-music-therapy-support-groups
Camden (Outdoor Activity, Yoga Class)
Yoga in the Amphitheatre. Certified Yoga Teacher Denyse Robinson will lead a sequence of Yoga poses that are both grounding and uplifting.  All levels welcome, small classes with social distancing and safety precautions. Tuesdays and Fridays, 9:00 - 10:00, through September 1st, Camden Library Amphitheatre, 55 Main St,. FMI:  Denyse 207-975-5325 or denyserobinson@gmail.com.
Camden (Outdoor Activity, Yoga Class)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Camden (Read- Aloud for Adults)
Explorations: Read-Aloud Group for Adults on Facebook Live. Hear a wide range of fascinating books read aloud by Camden Public Library staff on the Library’s Facebook Page. Recordings of the readings are available to watch afterward in the “video” section. Fridays, 11:00 - 12:00 noon.  Fridays, 11:00 - 12:00 noon, on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/camdenpubliclibrary.
Camden (Chess Club)
Online Chess Club: online matches every Friday, 4:00 - 6:00. Members may also challenge other members at any time. You can join the club at https://lichess.org/team/camden-chess-club. If you need help registering or want more information contact Evan Annis at camdenchessclub@gmail.com  
Belfast (Art Market)
The Belfast Art Market brings together a rotating cast of talented Maine artists with an eclectic array of high-quality ceramics, clothing, jewelry, paintings, and more! Every Friday through September, 9:00 – 1:00, in conjunction with the original Belfast Farmer’s Market at Waterfall Arts, 256 High St, Belfast. For more info about, or selling at the Art Market: 338-2222 or waterfallarts.org/artmarket.

Sat, August 22nd

Camden (Play)
FAFALO! in the Amphitheatre. Using colorful Balinese masks and huge, spectacular puppets, FAFALO! is a comic fantasy about what happens when a ludicrously unqualified buffoon is accidentally named king will delight adults and children. Seating is limited, masks and social distancing required. Several dates through August 30th, all shows 5:00 - 7:00, Camden Library's Amphitheatre, 55 Main St. Tickets and Info:  https://camdenshakespeare.org/plays/.
Camden (Film, now on YOUTUBE, Outdoor Activity, Virtual Tour)
Get to Know Your Local Maine this Summer: The Best Part of Maine? Mainers! Vignettes celebrating authentic Maine experiences and insider recommendations from fellow Mainers. Virtual Tours: https://www.glpfilms.com/maine-series.
Camden (Film, now on YOUTUBE, Outdoor Activity, Virtual Tour)
Virtual Islesboro Arts and Crafts Show: Featuring 20 local artists and craftspeople; not-for-sale Student Artwork by Islesboro Central School students; and choice items of needlework from The Sewing Circle. The website includes information about the artist; items for sale, organized by category; and a separate page for the Sewing Circle that includes all their work. The Virtual Sale runs through August 31st. For all the details: visit our website http://www.islesborohistorical.org/.
Stonington (Drive-In Movie)
Opera House Arts (OHA) offers Drive-In Movies at the Stonington Ball Field, School St, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at 8:45pm throughout the summer. Audio will be broadcast over FM radio. Gates open at 7:30, no admittance after 8:40. Tickets must be purchased online; concessions will be sold at the time of ticket purchase and will be ready at the gate. For tickets, movie schedule, and more info: https://www.operahousearts.org/upcoming.
Belfast (Outdoor Activity)
The Belfast Merchants Baseball Team holds town team ball practices Saturday mornings, 10:00, at the former Governor Anderson School field/ Waterfall Arts, 256 High St, Belfast. FMI:  (207) 299-0839.