Acadia's Oceanside Meadows Inn - Prospect Harbor, Maine, 4669, United States
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Schoodic Area 2016 Local Events Calendar:

Dear Friends, Welcome to our new local 2016 Events Calendar! Here you will find a list of local events both at the Oceanside Meadows Innstitute on our inn property and at locations within five to fifteen minutes of the inn. We hope this will serve as a resource for our local community and our guests to enjoy!

We hope to continue with the goal of supporting and promoting the arts and sciences and we invite you to join us for this year. We wish to thank all of our guests, patrons, friends, artists, musicians, scientists, actors, and lecturers that have made these environmental and cultural activities possible in this magnificent part of the Maine coast. We hope that this new line-up of events will entertain, amuse, and enrich you this summer season. The Schoodic Peninsula area is a wonderful place to experience a collaboration of varied, engaging programs that are an important part of our community life and are right on our doorstep. Please feel free to contribute to our local events listing by emailing us at oceaninn@oceaninn.com with an event you would like us to add to our calendar. Enjoy!

May 2016 Events

May 27th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Em & Kip Young and Company, by donation. A blend of musical styles by one of Maine's most exciting and up and coming singing talents, Emily Young.

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May 28th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, Film and discussion Writer Dalton Trumbo

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June 2016 Events

June 2nd, all day, Hammond Hall, Acadia Centennial Group Exhibit An art exhibit at Hammond Hall, by donation. June 2nd, 8:00 am, Darling’s Auto Mall (Ellsworth) Join us for a day-trip to the beautiful Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. We will enjoy a day of Plein Air painting in the Botanical Garden in Boothbay, Maine.

June 2nd, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics. The STEAM club explores a variety of topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics.

June 3rd, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Hiroya Tsukamoto, $15. Hiroya Tsukamoto Cinematic Guitar Poetry Japanese guitarist Hiroya Tsukomoto takes us on an innovative, impressionistic, journey filled with earthy, organic soundscapes that impart a mood of peace and tranquility. Mr. Tsukomoto has performed internationally, including appearances at Blue Note in New York and on Japanese National Television.

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June 3rd, 6 am, Somesville, Acadia Birding Festival. Meets in Somesville and ends at Schoodic Peninsula. Acadia’s birding community invites you and your family to celebrate the ecological wonders of the birds of the Gulf of Maine at the Acadia Birding Festival.

June 4th, 9 am, Rosabel’s Café, Franklin Gardening Club plant sale. Garden plants for sale, dug from member’s gardens. Special Rosabel’s cafe with home baked goodies, coffee, tea.

June 7th 7 pm, Moore Auditorium, Schoodic Institute, Plants on Maine’s Offshore Islands.   Join Schoodic Institute June 7, 2016 for a public presentation by Glen Mittelhauser: Maine’s island habitats are experiencing rapid changes. Mittelhauser has conducted research on the flowering plants along the eastern Maine coast over the past 25 years. Come learn how past changes have influenced the flowering plants that currently occur on Maine islands, and gain insights into the potential effects of current and future changes. This event begins at 7:00 p.m. in Moore Auditorium on the Schoodic Institute campus, and is free and open to the public. Glen Mittelhauser is the Director of the Maine Natural History Observatory with an office in Gouldsboro, Maine. Maine Natural History Observatory is a nonprofit org. established in 2003 to help further the knowledge and understanding of Maine’s flora and fauna.

June 9th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics. The STEAM club explores a variety of topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics.

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June 12th, 3:00 pm, Dorcas Library, Tim Caverly: Allagash Tails & Tales Tim Caverly has spent his life in Maine’s outdoors. Growing up shadowing his father who was a fire warden with the Maine Forest Service and his brother, a ranger in Baxter State Park, it was natural for him to seek a career in the outdoors.

June 14th, 3:30, Dorcas Library, Exploring Genealogy. What do we do with family records once we find them? How can we manage and analyze the data we collect? How do we present our information in visual format? All this and more will be answered at the Dorcas Library.

June 16th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics. The STEAM club explores a variety of topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics.

June 16th, 12 pm, Gouldsboro Historical Society, Brown Bag Lunch Series Wild Seed project. During this talk they will describe the reproductive life cycle of several different types of native plants and explain how we can change our landscape practice to help support wild plant reproduction and survival. Growing native plants from seed is a different way to interact with our native flora and is an inexpensive way to produce a lot of plants. It will be discussed how native seed sowing and outdoor Maine based nonprofit that works to increase the use of native plants in all landscape settings in order to conserve biodiversity, encourage plant adaption in the face of climate change, and to create pollination and migration corridors for insects, birds and other wildlife.

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June 18th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, Film discussion.

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Theme: June 18th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Maine Playwrights, by donation. Meetinghouse Theatre Lab's "Out of the Hat!" performance for June.

June 22nd, 7 pm, Moore Auditorium, Schoodic Institute, Climate Change for Beginners.   Author Dean Goodwin presents 'Climate Change for Beginners' on June 22, 2016 at Schoodic Institute. The presentation will provide an historical perspective and overview of global warming. The latest scientific evidence regarding the causes of climate change will be described, and the potential consequences for the Earth, and Maine in particular, will be discussed.

June 23rd, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics. The STEAM club explores a variety of topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics.

Thursday, June 23rd, 7:30 pm Kaitlyn Mullen, executive director of Frenchman bay research boating, introduces the Schoodic Ferry which is the first ferry in the United States to double as a research vessel. It serves as a cost-cutting measure for both marine scientists and ferry passengers while providing a unique education and outreach platform. Kaitlyn will introduce Schoodic Ferry research programs: visual marine mammal surveys, visual pelagic bird surveys, stationary phytoplankton to go surveys, and basic oceanographic parameters studies. Research conducted on board with consistent and continuous gathering of data over the long term will provide an important baseline for further research. Admission free with all donations supporting the research program. Seat reservations recommended Tel: 207 963 5557.

June 24th, 12 pm, Moore Auditorium, Schoodic Institute, Alternative Fuel Vehicles in Maine: What’s Here, & What’s Next? Join us for a free Brown Bag workshop and discussion about alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) in Maine, including electricity, propane, compressed natural gas and biodiesel, and learn about new technologies on their way to the state. Find out how Acadia National Park and other local fleets have added AFVs to their fleets and are saving money on fuel and maintenance as a result.

June 24th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Bill Staines, by donation. Enjoy an evening with Bill Staines, a folksinger with an international reputation.

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June 26th, 5 pm, Monteux School, Sunday Symphony Concert: Monteux School, Monteux School alumni conduct, Adults $22, Students $5.

June 28th, 3:30, Dorcas Library, Exploring Genealogy. What do we do with family records once we find them? How can we manage and analyze the data we collect? How do we present our information in visual format? All this and more will be answered at the Dorcas Library.

June 29th, 7:30 pm, Monteux School, Wednesdays at Monteux, Adults $12 Students $5

June 30th, 7:30 pm, Oceanside Meadows Inn, George Lopez, Pianist. Bowdoin's Robert Beckwith Artist in Residence, George Lopez, has been a dedicated and dynamic performer, educator, and lecturer for over 25 years. Known in Europe, South America and the US for his "...kaleidoscopic colors and clarity of conception..." (LA Times) in the standard repertoire as well as being a champion of newly written works, Mr. Lopez recently premiered a new piano concerto here in Maine and is also comfortable in styles of music ranging from jazz, ragtime to more contemporary styles of improvisation. In 2015 he toured Philadelphia, NYC, the Bay Area, and Seattle, Mexico and around New England, making his first visit to Cuba this past May to give masterclasses and concerts with the Aries Trio. His "Music in the Museum" series at Bowdoin College has consistently sold out to audiences who enjoy his creative and engaging lecture recitals on the relationship of music to art and ideas. Mr. Lopez has taken up the baton and conducts the Bowdoin Chamber Orchestra made up of students from the college and local high schools. He resides in Brunswick, Maine. The concert program will feature a diverse program of Cuban solo piano music. Reservations strongly recommended Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door, please call the inn at (207) 963 5557.

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June 30th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics. The STEAM club explores a variety of topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, &  Mathematics.

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July 2016 Events

July 1st, 12:00 am, Hooked Rugs of Acadia National Park, by donation. Enjoy and Exhibit of Hooked Rugs.

July 3rd, 5 pm, Monteux School, Sunday Symphony Concert: Jose Ramon Mendez, Piano Soloist, Adults $22, Students $5.

July 6th, 7:30 pm, Monteux School, Wednesdays at Monteux, Adults $12 Students $5

July 7th, 7:30, Oceanside Meadows Inn, Lecture by Geri Vistei “Coyote- Americas Songdog” Come and learn about this important, resilient carnivore in a way you have never heard before. The presentation will center on “Perceptions and Relationships”… Coyote and Native Americans and European Americans, Coyote’s relationship with other wildlife and the ecosystem, and Coyote and us…how do we coexist with Coyote. We hope to give community members a chance to come together and share your own stories, ask questions you have been wanting to ask, and share a dialogue that helps us all to understand better our very deep rooted relationships with all life, including our fellow humans. Come hear the Song Dogs Sing! Admission Free with all donations supporting Geri Vistei’s on going conservation efforts.

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July 7th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics. The STEAM club explores a variety of topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics.

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July 10th, 5 pm, Monteux School, Sunday Symphony Concert, Adults $22, Students $5.

July 10th, 3:00 pm, Dorcas Library, Jean Francois Lozier: The Bell of the S.S. Queen Victoria. Jean-François Lozier is Curator of French North American history at the Canadian Museum of History since March 2011. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto (2012) and an M.A. from the University of Ottawa (2004). He curated the exhibition "1867--Rebellion and Confederation” and will be giving a talk at the Dorcas Library.

July 11th, 10 am, Monteux School, Free Children’s Concert with instrument petting zoo.

July 12th, 3:30, Dorcas Library, Exploring Genealogy. What do we do with family records once we find them? How can we manage and analyze the data we collect? How do we present our information in visual format? All this and more will be answered at the Dorcas Library.

July 13th, 7:30 pm, Monteux School, Wednesdays at Monteux, Adults $12 Students $5.

July 14th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics. The STEAM club explores a variety of topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics.

July 14th, 7:30 pm, Oceanside Meadows Inn, Music of the German Baroque for Flute and Harpsichord. Downeast Maine’s favorite flutist, Deirdre McArdle and the internationally renowned harpsichordist, organist and raconteur, Gerald Wheeler, return to the stage at the Sands Concert Hall with a delightful program of works by JS Bach, Telemann and Handel. Daughter of Irish-American painter Patrick McArdle, Deirdre is the founder of The Winter Harbor Music Festival which takes place annually during the 3rd week in August. Noted music critic and author, Tim Page of the New York Times, considers her, “…a virtuosic flutist with an unusually full and lustrous tone” and the London Cadenza Society has called her, “America’s answer to James Galway!” Gerald Wheeler is a noted authority on performance practice. He was a member of the Montreal Symphony for two decades and held posts at St. Paul’s Cathedral, in London, St Matthew’s in Ottawa and Christ Church in Montreal before coming to Blue Hill, St Francis-by-the-sea and the Congregational Church. The performers would like to dedicate the performance to their friend and colleague Edmund Battersby pictured here after his performance at the National Concert Hall in Dublin. Reservations strongly recommended Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door, please call the inn at (207) 963 5557.

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July 16th, 10:30 am, Dorcas Library, Wormuth: Poetry Reading. Everyone has a story, everyone has a voice. A person may not be able to read or write, but if they can speak or sign, they can be a poet!

July 17th, 5 pm, Monteux School, Sunday Symphony Concert: World premiere of “Acadia Fanfare”, Adults $22, Students $5.

July 19th, 3:00 pm, Dorcas Library, Tim Caverly: Allagash Tails & Tales. Tim Caverly has spent his life in Maine’s outdoors. Growing up shadowing his father who was a fire warden with the Maine Forest Service and his brother, a ranger in Baxter State Park, it was natural for him to seek a career in the outdoors.

July 20th, 7:30 pm, Monteux School, Wednesdays at Monteux, Adults $12 Students $5.

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July 21st, 7:30 pm, Oceanside Meadows Inn, Lecture by Linda Greenlaw. First east coast women to be a swordfishing captian and best-selling author of books with maritime themes Linda Greenlaw will be giving a talk at the Inn. She was featured in the 1997 book The Perfect Storm and the 2000 film adaptation. Greenlaw now captains the boat Hannah Boden on the Discovery Channel show Swords: Life on the Line. Greenlaw wrote three best-selling books about life as a commercial fisher: The Hungry Ocean in 1999, The Lobster Chronicles in 2002 and All Fishermen Are Liars in 2002. Join us at the Inn on this warm July evening for tales of life on the high seas. Reservations recomended. Admission free with donations supporting marine research.

July 21st, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics. The STEAM club explores a variety of topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics.

July 22nd, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Dakota Dave Hull and Jay Peterson, by donation. A concert of wondrous instrumental excursions with Dakota Dave    Hull  and Jay Peterson.

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July 23rd, 8 am, Schoodic Institute, 2016 Acadia National Park Bio Blitz. ACADIA NATIONAL PARK 14th ANNUAL BIOBLITZ - Hands-on Citizen Science Biodiversity event.

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July 24th, 5 pm, Monteux School, Sunday Symphony Concert: Annual Memorial Concert Adults $22, Students $5.

July 26th, 3:30, Dorcas Library, Exploring Genealogy. What do we do with family records once we find them? How can we manage and analyze the data we collect? How do we present our information in visual format? All this and more will be answered at the Dorcas Library.

July 27th, 7:30 pm, Monteux School, Wednesdays at Monteux, Adults $12 Students $5.

July 28thth, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics. The STEAM club explores a variety of topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics.

July 28th, 7:30 pm, Oceanside Meadows Inn, Music for Piano from Leipzig to Vienna. Local pianist, Deiran Manning, will play the French Suite No. 6 BWV 817, by JS Bach, the Waldstein Sonata, No. 21, Op. 53, by Beethoven, and Davidsbündlertänze, Op. 6, by Schumann. In addition to recitals here at Oceanside Meadows and Hammond Hall, Deiran has performed in New York City at Merkin Concert Hall, Weil Recital Hall at Carnegie, and Gracie Mansion, the Mayor’s residence. His European appearances include concerts at Bordeneuve, Betchat, France, Abano Terme, Italy and the National Concert Hall in Dublin, Ireland. Deiran went to LaGuardia High School of Music and Art, the “Fame” school and attended Pre-College programs at New England Conservatory and Manhattan School of Music. First place winner of the Bradshaw and Buono International Piano Competition and the LISSMA International Piano Competition, his awards include; the Stanza Governor’s Prize in Composition, Children’s Foundation for the Arts award, and the Ira Gershwin Award from ASCAP. He completed his Bachelor’s degree in piano performance at with Edward Auer. Deiran wishes to dedicate this performance to his friend and mentor Edmund Battersby. Reservations strongly recommended Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door, please call the inn at (207) 963 5557.

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 August 2016 Events

August 1st, Hammond Hall, 100 paintings of Acadia National Park by Kaitlyn Metcalf, by donation. Enjoy an exhibit of Maine themed art by Kaitlyn Metcalf.

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August 1st,7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Schoodic Summer Chorus, by donation. The Schoodic Summer Chorus is a multi-generational, a cappella chorus devoted to nurturing musicianship and community.

August 2nd, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, YO MISS! Transforming Trauma into Art, by donation. A one-woman show with music where human rights meets hip hop, meets the power of women and girls!

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 August 3rd, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, We Run the Ship -The Barn    Arts  Collective, by donation. Come watch the Make-Your-Own Adventure Musical.

August 4th, 7:00 pm, Animalesco! By donation. A unique fusion of mime, verbal narrative, realist sound effects, and unforgettable characters set to tickle your funny bone and soothe your soul.

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August 5th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Cape Breton and Acadian music with Gus LaCasse and Friends, by donation. A classically trained violinist and inspired fiddler, 15-year-old Gus La Casse has a passion for Acadian and Cape Breton music.

August 6th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, An Evening of Celtic Music with Chris Gray & Friends, by donation. Join Chris Gray & Friends for an evening of Celtic music, featuring stirring airs and rousing reels.

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 August 7th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Mr. Magic and His Magical  Wonders, by donation. Enjoy an evening of magic and illusion

August 8th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, IN THE BLOOD with Sumner McKane & Josh Robbins, by donation. A documentary film and multimedia presentation that illustrates the life, history and character of the legendary Maine lumbermen and river drivers.

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August 9th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Primo Cubano Trio, Maine made, classic Cuban music, by donation. Primo Cubano plays “SON”, the national music of Cuba as heard in  the movie “Buena Vista Social Club.”

August 9th, 3:30, Dorcas Library, Exploring Genealogy. What do we do with family records once we find them? How can we manage and analyze  the data we collect? How do we present our information in visual format? All this and more  will be answered at the Dorcas Library.

August 10th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Destroy Them My Robots, by donation. “Destroy Them My Robots” is a band trapped in the 1980′s with no intentions of ever leaving.

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August 11th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Further Downeast, by donation. A play filled with Downeast Humor and a salty twist, written and directed by Brent Hutchins.

August 12th, 10:30 am, Dorcas Library, The Chewonki OWLS! Have you heard an owl call at night and ever wondered what species it was? Or maybe you’ve seen an owl flying around and simply wondered about its behavior. Chewonki’s Owls of Maine program will answer these questions and more.

August 12th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Frogtown Mountain. Puppeteers – Everybody Loves Pirates, by donation.      Eight-year-old Lucy and her goofy pal Little Chucky are  searching for buried treasure.

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August 13th, all day, Hammond Hall, SAFA Showcase Art Show and Sale. Come to Hammond Hall to buy and sell art.

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August 13th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Sheep Island Rovers Contra Dance, by donation. Enjoy and evening of Contra dance at Hammond Hall.

August 14th, 3:30, Dorcas Library, Christian Barter: Acadia NP Poet Laureate. Christian Barter is a poet living and working in Bar Harbor, Maine. He is currently serving as Poet Laureate of Acadia National Park.

August 14th, 7:00 pm Hammond Hall, Festival Final Showcase, by donation. Come and see what you might be interested in learning next year.

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August 15th, 12:00 am, Hammond Hall. 2016 Recycle Art Show, by donation. Enter your recycle art into the 2016 show.

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August 15th, 7:30 pm, Ilya Friedberg, Piano and Hyewon Yang, Violin. Pianist Ilya Friedberg has been referred to as a “poet of the piano with a magical touch that can bring a fresh view on much-played pieces.” He has performed worldwide in concert halls such as Small Philharmonic Hall in St. Petersburg, Carnegie Hall, and other venues across Europe and the United States. Violinist Hyewon Yang has been recognized for her deep musicality and her devotion to composer’s manuscript. Hyewon has placed herself among the leading violinists and was invited to perform with the Mihail Jora Bacau Philharmonic and Korean Senior Orchestra. The program will feature works by Schubert, Schumann and Grieg. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door, please call the inn at (207) 963 5557. Suggested donation of $10 to support the musicians.

August 18th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics. The STEAM club explores a variety of topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics.

August 18th, 7:30 pm, Oceanside Meadows Inn. Concert and Community Gathering to honor and celebrate the Life of Edmund Battersby. Paul Sullivan, Grammy Award winning pianist and composer, joins Deirdre and the Winter Harbor Music Festival family and Edmund’s friends and neighbors in a program of chamber music with Ben’s video montage of memorable moments with Edmund at the Inn. Seat reservations recommended.

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August 19th, 5:30 pm, Hammond Hall, Suggested donation $10. Winter Harbor Music Festival Summer Sing and pot-luck supper. Handel’s Messiah sing-in dedicated to Edmund Battersby. Scores provided.  

August 20th, 10:30 am, Dorcas Library, Wormuth: Poetry Reading. Everyone has a story, everyone has a voice. A person may not be able to read or write, but if they can speak or sign, they can be a poet!

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August 20th, 7:30 pm Hammond Hall, Winter Harbor Music Festival Coffee Concert. Chamber music concert. Bring a dessert to share. We’ll bring the coffee.

August 23rd, 3:30, Dorcas Library, Exploring Genealogy. What do we do with family records once we find them? How can we manage and analyze the  data we collect? How do we present our information in visual format? All this and more  will be  answered at the Dorcas Library.

August 25th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics. The STEAM club explores a variety of topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, &  Mathematics.

August 25th, 7:30 pm, Oceanside Meadows Inn, Lecture by Robert  Booth on  his book Mad for Glory. Massachusetts writer Robert Booth, author of Death of an Empire,  will  be presenting his new novel Mad for Glory. The new book  focuses on  an American naval commander during the war of 1812,  Captain David  Porter. Booth will discuss how Porters 32 gun frigate  Essex set off on  an unauthorized adventure of privateering and  pillaging in the Pacific  Ocean during the American conflict with  Brittan  in 1812. The work draws on Porter’s own accounts of this  journey to paint a picture, which reads like fiction. Admission Free with all donations going to support history research and preservation.

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August 26th, all day, Hammond Hall, “Hometown Memories." Exhibit of works by Carol Michaud, by donation. Exhibit of works by Carol Michaud.

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August 26th, 7:00 pm Hammond Hall, Claudia Schmidt and Sally Rogers, by donation. Claudia Schmidt has been exploring the nuances of acoustic music with her voice, 12 string guitar and mountain dulcimer.

August 27th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, Film discussion.

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September 2016 Events

September 1st, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics.

September 1st, 7:30 pm, Oceanside Meadows Inn, Sasha Beresovsky, Pianist. Sasha Beresovsky received his Master’s in Piano Performance as a student of Edmund Battersby at the Jacobs School of Music, in Bloomington, Indiana. Sasha’s ongoing passion for music is fueled by his love of literature, history, the natural sciences and nature in particular. In his quest for the ideal interpretation he studies live recordings by artists such as Richter, Schnabel, Sofronitsky and Cortot. He regularly appears at the Lyceum in Old Town, Alexandria, as part of the Summer Chamber Music series of WMPA, last year performing the Diabelli Variations of Beethoven. Sasha was a participant in Harbor Music, the Artur Balsam Ensemble Classes for Piano and Strings, led by Edmund Battersby last summer. As he returns to the stage at Oceanside Meadows Inn, Sasha wishes his performance of works by Schubert and Schumann to be in remembrance of his teacher. Reservations strongly recommended Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door, please call the inn at (207) 963 5557.

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September 7th, 6:30 pm, Dorcas Library, Game night.

September 8th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics.

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September 11th, 3:00 pm, Dorcas Library, David Shipler Talk.     DAVID K. SHIPLER reported for The New York Times from 1966 to 1988 in New York, Saigon, Moscow, Jerusalem, and Washington, D.C. He is the author of six previous books, including the best sellers Russia and The Working Poor, as well as Arab and Jew, which won the Pulitzer Prize.

September 12th, 3:30 pm, Moore Auditorium, Schoodic Institute, Safe Encounters with the  Out-of-Doors. Maine public health representatives will provide information on lowering the risk of  exposure to  tick and mosquito illness, the rabies virus and marine toxins. Please join us for  this informative  public presentation at Moore Auditorium, on the Schoodic Institute  campus.                                                                                                                                      

September 13th, 3:30, Dorcas Library, Exploring Genealogy. What do we do with family records once we find them? How can we manage and analyze  the data we collect? How do we present our information in visual format? All this and more  will be answered at the Dorcas Library.

September 15th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics.

September 15th, 12 pm, Moore Auditorium, Schoodic Institute, Brown Bag Lunch Series – Author, Allen Workman. We Invite you to attend attend our Brown Bag Lunch Series, held the third Thursday of each month. We offer a range of topics to guide present and future generations to a greater understanding and appreciation for nature and the local environment. Come join us! No registration required! Join us as we welcome Allen Workman, author of "Schoodic Point: History on the Edge of Acadia National Park," as he charts a course through Schoodic Point's evolution, ecology, challenges and preservation.

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September 17th, 10:30 am, Dorcas Library, Poetry Reading. Everyone has a story, everyone has a voice. A person may not be able to read or write, but if they can speak or sign, they can be a poet!

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September 23rd and 24th, 6 pm, Moore Auditorium, Schoodic Institute, Capture the Night Workshop. Don’t put your camera away just because the sun has set. With today’s digital cameras, taking photographs at night is easier than ever and a lot of fun. Come join our Capturing the Night Workshop where we examine Astro-Landscape Photography, Night Photography and Light Painting. This workshop is for the amateur to the professional photographer.

September 24th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, Film and discussion Writer Dalton Trumbo.

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September 27th, 3:30, Dorcas Library, Exploring Genealogy. What do we do with family records once we find them? How can we manage and analyze  the data we collect? How do we present our information in visual format? All this and more  will be answered at the Dorcas Library.

September 29th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics.

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September 30th, 7:00 pm, Hammond Hall, Martin Grosswendt and Susanne Salem-Schatz, by donation. Martin Grosswendt and Susanne Salem-Schatz Martin Grosswendt  and Susanne Salem Schatz explore the highways and byways of  traditional and vernacular American music with extraordinary  instrumental work and stunning harmonies. Martin Grosswendt  and Susanne Salem-Schatz make beautiful music together, with  soul  that  comes from deep within. Together, they explore the  highways and byways of American traditional music.

October 2016 events

October 5th, 6:30 pm, Dorcas Library, Game night.

October 6th, 3:30 pm, Dorcas Library, STEAMers Exploring Robotics.

October 11th, 3:30, Dorcas Library, Exploring Genealogy. What do we do with family records once we find them? How can we manage and analyze the data we collect? How do we present our information in visual format? All this and more will be answered at the Dorcas Library.

Acadia's Oceanside Meadows Inn
Rt. 195 Prospect Harbor Road
Prospect Harbor, Maine, 4669, United States
Call: (207) 963-5557

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We welcome you to discover the serenity of Acadia’s Schoodic Peninsula and the hospitality of our bed and breakfast inn located in the heart of beautiful Downeast Maine. The buildings of Acadia’s Oceanside Meadows Inn stand on 200 acres at the head of Sand Cove five minutes from the spectacular Acadia National Park at Schoodic a perfect place for your Maine vacation and a special romantic getaway. The peninsula offers views of four of Maine’s beautiful lighthouses and the most wonderful scenery Downeast Maine has to offer.