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Southwest Harbor Public Library Announcement: Reopening the Library
Starting Monday, July 13th, the library will be open by appointment Monday through Friday 10:00 am - 3:00 pm. Closed Saturday and Sunday. Curbside pickup is also available Monday - Friday. Click here for more information.
Wednesday, September 23
Southwest Harbor Historical Society's Annual Meeting
6PM: The agenda will include adoption of budget for the 2020/2021 fiscal year; election of Board Members and Officers; and a brief update of our happenings. There will be a screening of the past program “Ice Cutting” starring Jack Gilley and Wayne Gilley following the business meeting. Please click here for information about how to attend.
Thursday, September 24
ArtWaves Presents: Modern for Young Dancers
Online Thursdays from 4-5 pm, starting May 21. This class looks to engage young dancers in both modern dance and improvisation. Classes held live via ZOOM. Suggested donation of $5-10 per class. Ages 12+ Click here for more information and to register.
Saturday, September 26
Camp Capella Presents: Charity Golf Scramble at the Lucerne Golf Club
7AM - Noon: With COVID19 this will be a new experience for everyone. Registration and Golf Play will not be much different, other than social distancing and proper PPE while crowded together for announcements. If teams ride together, they can share a cart. This is strongly encouraged as carts are limited. There will be no BBQ, therefore after the round we will depart. Click here for more info.
Tuesday, September 29
Southwest Harbor Public Library Presents: "Wild, Wierd, Wonderful - Maine" with Earl Brechlin
5:30PM on line: ""Wild, Weird, Wonderful- Maine!" is a celebration of all that makes the state unique- that which sets it apart from the rest of the lower 48- the people, the places, and the things both real, and sometimes imagined, you won't find anyplace else." says Author Brechlin. To register for this virtual talk & receive a link to the Zoom presentation, email email@example.com.
Thursday, October 8
Mount Desert Island Historical Society Presents: Socially Distanced History Happy Hour
4-5:30PM Co-sponsered by the Seal Cove Auto Museum. Tour at the Stone Barn, Presentation led by MDIHS Historian Tim Garrity and College of the Atlantic Professor of History Todd Little-Siebold. Check out the 1928 Model A that was used by Harry Owen when he lived on the farm. Enjoy hot mulled cider, beer, wine, and individual packaged snacks. This is a member-only event - click for more info.
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