Event Information

2009

 

 

 

 

June 2009

The Muscongus Bay Atlas Exhibit completes the first half of its tour
through the region with a stop in Waldoboro, Maine, beginning with opening
night festivities Friday, June 5th, 5:30pm-7:30pm in the town office. The
exhibit will remain on display in various public locations around
Waldoboro through June 20th. Local event co-sponsors include Fernald’s
Country Store, Medomak Valley Community Foundation, Medomak Valley Land
Trust, Medomak Valley Middle School, Mid-Coast Audubon Society, Town of
Waldoboro, Waldoboro Conservation Commission, Waldoboro Shellfish
Conservation Committee, Waldoboro Post Office, and the Waldoboro Public
Library.

May 2009

The Muscongus Bay Atlas Exhibit has moved to the first of four towns in Lincoln County. Bristol, Maine is hosting the exhibit, which began with opening night festivities on Friday, May 8 from 7:00PM to 9:00PM at the Town Office in the village Bristol Mills. The exhibit will remain on display in the Town Office through May 29. Local event co-sponsors include the Bristol Parks Commission, Pemaquid Watershed Association, Damariscotta River Association, Pemaquid Paddlers, MidCoast Audubon, and Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences. Watch for news of upcoming exhibit events in Waldoboro and Monhegan, Maine in June and July.

April 2009

QLF’s Marine Program is teaming up with the Medomak Valley Land Trust and the Lloyd Davis Anadromous Fish Trust for the first ever Alewife Run 5K on Saturday, May 16th at 9:00am along the Medomak River in Waldoboro, Maine. The event will be a celebration of the annual alewife spawning run and an effort to raise awareness and support for local restoration efforts. Click here for a registration form.

Continuing its travels through the region,The Muscongus Bay Atlas Exhibit will be relocated to the second of the bay’s three peninsulas next week. Friendship, Maine will host the exhibit, beginning with opening night festivities Wednesday, April 15th 6:30pm-8:30pm in the town office. The exhibit will remain on display in various locations throughout Friendship until May 1st. Local event co-sponsors include the Friendship Museum, Friendship Post Office, Friendship Public Library, Friendship Village School, the Town of Friendship, Medomak Valley Land Trust, Mid-Coast Audubon Society, The Lobster Conservancy, and a well-known local artist. Watch for news of upcoming exhibit events in Bristol and Waldoboro, Maine.


March 2009

The Muscongus Bay Atlas Exhibit makes its second of ten local appearances
in Thomaston, Maine, beginning with opening night festivities Saturday, March 14th 6:00-8:00pm in the public library. The exhibit will remain on display in the library through April 8th. Local event co-sponsors include the Friends of the Thomaston Public Library, The General Henry Knox Museum, Georges River Land Trust, Georges RiverTidewater Assoc.,Thomaston Conservation Commission, Thomaston Harbor Committee, Thomaston Historical Society, Personal Book Shop, and the Thomaston Public Library. Watch for news of upcoming exhibit events in Friendship and Bristol, Maine.


January 2009

The Muscongus Bay Atlas Exhibit makes its first of ten local appearances in St. George. Maine from Thursday, February 19th to Friday, March 6th at the Town Hall in Tenants Harbor. Join us for Opening Night from 7PM to 9PM! Local co-sponsors include the St. George Conservation Commission, the Town of St. George, Friends of St. George, Georges River Land Trust, Georges River Tidewater Association, Herring Gut Learning Center, Tanglewood 4-H Camp at Blueberry Cove, and UMaine Cooperative Extension for Knox & Lincoln Counties. Watch for news of of upcoming exhibit events in Thomaston and Friendship, Maine.




QLF's Marine Program in Waldoboro, Maine annnounces the start of Questing to Learn: Connecting School, Kids & Communities. The program begins with a residential Summer Questing Institute for educators from July 7 to 9, 2009 at the Kennedy Learning Center at Camp Kieve in Nobleboro, Maine. Downland a program brochure to learn more about this exciting new place-based education program or download an application (Word doc) form if you are interested in attending the Summer Questing Institute. After May 1, plase contact QLF’s Waldoboro Field Desk before applying at 207.832.8109 or jatkinson@qlf.org.