March 12, 2014 - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm at Augusta Civic Center
76 Community Drive
‘CLZ invites you to ‘Climate Solutions’ – One Day For the Planet
Wednesday, March 12th from 9am-5pm at the Augusta Civic Center
There will be a Summit with working session to craft a shared vision and climate action plan for Maine.
The Summit is $25 and includes lunch.
Midday host Ethan Minton will be there with ‘CLZ reusable totes
There will be an Expo that’s free and open to the public, and will include exhibits by:
A member-based organization that seeks to build Maine’s environmental and energy technology economy. E2Tech acts as a catalyst to stimulate growth in this sector by facilitating networking, serving as a clearinghouse for objective information, and leading efforts to promote the sector.
A non-profit waste management company owned and operated by 21 municipalities in Southern Maine. They are dedicated supporters of recycling and environmental protection, with an on-staff educator reaching out to school and community groups.
A project of the DOT and Maine Turnpike Authority, GoMaine works with commuters, employers, business groups, planning agencies, transit operators, and other local and regional partners in Maine to advance the goals of improved air quality, reduced traffic congestions, energy conservation, and lower commuting costs.
Maine Green Power
A renewable energy option for electric consumers, one that supports Maine-based solar photovoltaics, hydroelectric projects, wind turbines, biomass facilities, tidal power projects, geothermal projects, and fuel cells from landfill gas and biogas.
Global Awareness Local Action (GALA)
A non-profit organization that initiated the Sustain-A-Raiser project, a nationally recognized, volunteer-driven, sustainable home and yard makeover service that promotes resource conservation and self-sufficiency. They provide additional tools, services, and information to build community resiliency.
Maine Sea Grant and University of Maine Cooperative Extension
Sponsors of scientific research and programs, such as the recent Green Crab Summit, that matter to those who depend on Maine’s coastal and marine resources. They develop tomorrow’s marine workforce through formal and informal education programs, fellowships, and scholarships.
March 15, 2014 - 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm at Bowdoin College
3725 College Street
Midday host Ethan Minton will emcee the event, Saturday, March 15th at Bowdoin College.
Enjoy delicious h’ors deurves while bidding on trips, dining, sports memorabilia and more.
Each year SASSMM provides support to hundreds of adults and children affected by sexual assault, abuse and harassment, regardless of age or gender or when the abuse happened.
Their work includes:
- Staffing a 24-hour confidential hotline for anyone impacted by issues of sexual violence.
- Their volunteer advocates offer support for survivors of sexual assault through medical exams and the legal system
- Their “Project Advance” provides services to older individuals 60 plus. Sexual Assault impacts people of both genders and all ages
- Their free support groups offer an opportunity for education and peer support with the goal of diminishing survivors’ isolation and enhancing self-determination.
April 3, 2014 - April 6, 2014 - All Day at Franco Center
46 Cedar St
Les Stroud, the musician and star of TV’s “Survivorman,” will begin this years LA (Lewiston-Auburn) festival with a concert at the Franco Center in Lewiston. The festival itself will include 50+ films.
Click here, for more information and tickets.