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Week of February 18, 2018

Tuesday February 20


    Coffee, Community, and Conversation
    11:30am to 12:30pm at 93 Main Coffee Shop in Unity.
    First in a series of general interest discussions about spirituality.

  • Unity Board of Selectmen Meeting 6:30 at the Town Office. Read minutes of past meetings.
Wednesday February 21
  • Seasonal Cooking with Chef Frank Giglio: Winter (snow date February 28) 5:30 p.m. at MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center in Unity. Join Chef Frank Giglio in the MOFGA kitchen to learn about Maine seasonal cooking. We'll kick off some dishes to brighten your winter recipe rotation. Taste some delicious food, learn something new, and have fun in the kitchen! Register.

Saturday February 24

Monday February 26
    Coffee With the Candidate at 93 Main. On Monday, February 26 at 6 pm Dan McCormick, lifetime Unity resident and a candidate for Unity Selectman, will join us for coffee and light snacks. This is your chance to meet the candidate, ask questions, and support his campaign if you choose.

 

 

Wednesday February 28

Saturday March 3

  • Waldo County Wide Republican Caucus 9am – 12pm at Belfast Area High School, 98 Waldo Ave in Belfast. Enrollment for new voters will be at 8:30am.

Sunday March 4
  • Freedom Democratic Party Caucus 1 pm at the Freedom Town Office, 71 Pleasant St, Freedom. Doors Open: 12:30 PM, Caucus Starts: 1:00 PM. Convener: Clara Alvarez

  • Troy Democratic Party Caucus 1:00 p.m.- 2:00 pm at the B.B.Cook Club House, 597 Bangor Road (Route 202/9). Registration for unenrolled or unregistered voters will be available at 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. If you have any questions, please call Norma Rossel 948-2841.

  • Thorndike Democratic Party Caucus 1 pm at Heirloom House, 25 Gordon Hill Road in Thorndike . Doors Open: 12:30 PM, Caucus Starts: 1:00 PM. Convener: Patricia Pendergast.

  • Unity Democratic Party Caucus 2pm at the Unity Community Center. Democrats can pre-register through March 2nd. Although it’s not required to participate, pre-registration will save you time on the day of the caucus. Convener: Pat Clark.
Tuesday March 6
  • Environmental Career Fair 10am to 2pm in the Tozier Gymnasium on the Unity campus. Hosted by Unity College Career Resource Center. The environmental career recruitment event is free and open to the general public, though focused on recruitment of current students, recent or anticipated college graduates from across New England.
Thursday March 8
    Coffee With the Candidate at 93 Main. On Thursday March 8 at 6 pm Sheriff Jeff Trafton will join us for coffee and snacks. This is your chance to meet the candidate and ask questions. Jeff lives in Thorndike and has been Waldo County Sheriff since 2015. Before that he was Chief of Police in Belfast for 6 years, and before that he was with the State Police for 20 years.
Saturday March 10

  • Chris Ross and the North 7 pm at Unity College Center for the Performing Arts. An authentic rock sound, honest vocals and charged instrumentals; an original experience. "The world Ross describes in his songs is one that’s probably very familiar to the devoted fanbase he’s developed over the years; hard-drinking, hard-working, honest, wry, and, hidden behind a tough exterior, a well of intelligence and emotional depth.” -- Bangor Daily News
Tuesday March 13
Wednesday March 14
  • Sebasticook Regional Land Trust Monthly Speaker Series Restoring Connections to Place. 6:30 pm at 93 Main. For more information, please contact info@sebasticookrlt.org or call 948-3766.
    Nancy Zane’s Favorite Local Paddles Nancy Zane’s love and passion for the back country was ignited as a young child. She grew up playing in the woods and waters of Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Since making Maine her home in 1983 she has spent all of her free time in either a boat, with skis on, on the rocks or in the mountains. Professionally, she has been an outdoor educator and guide since the mid-1980's and has worked with groups from 6 – 66. Recently, she founded North Star Adventures, which is a culmination of skills and experience. She also works part time at the Waldo /county Technical Center teaching Emergency Medicine.
Thursday March 29
  • Beginning Poultry Class 6 p.m. at MOFGA's Education Center in Unity. Thinking of adding some layer hens, broilers, ducks or geese to your backyard this year? Join MOFGA's own Diane Schivera to learn all you need to know about starting your own flock. We'll cover housing, feed and more. Please register here