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Dr. Paul Mayewski, Brooklin resident and Director of the University of Maine Climate Change Institute in Orono, has led research expeditions in far-flung regions like the Antarctica, Greenland and South ...

Photo courtesy of Paul Mayewski

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Historical societies plan special weekend

The Peninsula —

The annual historical societies’ summer event, Touring Through Time, falls on Saturday, July 29 and Sunday, July 30.

Each summer, historical societies across the state open their doors for ...

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Local voices, global issues: Paul Mayewski on climate change


Cherie Mason to receive environmental award


Oceanographer Gallo to describe plans to return to Titanic


Gallery Mozelle opens new show

Monday, July 17, 2017

Bailey Bowden
Bailey Bowden

BHHT releases regional trail guide

Blue Hill —

The Blue Hill Heritage Trust has just completed the year-and-a-half-long project of creating an extensive regional trail guide. The new 60-page booklet, “From Bucksport to Stonington, Hiking Trails and Public ...

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New legislation tightens lobster laws enforcement


Opera House Arts presents The Fantasticks!


NEFMC adopts Gulf of Maine deep-sea coral protection amendments


WindowDressers now accepting orders

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Haystack’s Summer Evening Program
Haystack’s Summer Evening Program

Author talk to detail Castine in the 1950s

Castine —

Author Donald Small will give a talk about his book, Salt Water Town, on Monday, July 17, at 7 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Parish House in Castine. His talk ...

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Haystack announces evening programs


Blue Hill Bach adds events to festival schedule