Join us for some fun, stimulating presentations! From Maine lakes to the Bicentennial to Bangor's Black history, we have a rich variety of good stuff for you!
Favorite instructors and some new faces have generously offered to do one-hour presentations. We'll start with one of the most intriguing cases before the Supreme Court and go from there. A more detailed description will be emailed the end of June.
The meetings are free of charge, and will be offered on Wednesdays from 4:00-5:00 pm, from July 8 through August 27, 2020.
(Erica Nadelhaft's class will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, August 26/27 to complete our Variety offerings.)
July 8 - Sol Goldman - "Ramos vs. Louisiana : A Peek Behind the Curtain."
July 15 - Bob Tredwell - "Waves and Beaches"
July 22 - Liam Riordan - "Brainstorming the Bicentennial: Past and Present Perspectives on Maine at 200"
July 29 - Rabbi Darah Lerner - "The Bible Doesn't Say That"
August 5 - Steve Norton - "The Iceman Cometh: Maine Lakes"
August 12 - Bari Newport - "Going National: How America's Regional Theatre Movement Changed the Game"
August 19 - Nancy Dymond and David Payne - "The African-American Presence in Maine"
August 26 and 27 - Erica Nadelhaft - "German POW Camps in Maine during World War II"And an addtional free summer zoom class you won't want to miss that was just added:August 31 - Patsy Baldus, "Cooperative Publishing: The Steps, Advantages, and Ultimate Reward."
To attend all or some, call Sheila at 207-659-1359 or email email@example.com
A zoom link will be emailed to you a few days prior to July 8th. You will use the same link for each week. If registering after the first class, the link will be sent to you as well.