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January 2021

Belfast Garden Club Daytime Program

January 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Increasing Biodiversity on a Landscape Scale: Invasive Plant Removal and Native Shrub Planting at the McLellan-Poor Preserve and other Coastal Mountains Land Trust Properties Speaker: Jack Shaida Pre-register for the zoom link here. More information can be found at https://belfastgardenclub.org/  

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Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition Program

January 21 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Lisa Pohlmann, Executive Director, and Melanie Sturm, Director of Forests and Wildlife, of the Natural Resources Council of Maine, on NRCM’s work to Protect Maine’s Forests and Wildlife. Register in advance here  

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Belfast Garden Club Evening Lecture Series

January 26 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Maine Wild Blueberry History with David Yarborough David Yarborough will describe the establishment of the wild blueberry plants as the glacier receded 10,000 years ago and the beginnings of the industry in the 1800’s. He will follow the utilization of wild blueberries and the production which was first picked fresh, then canned but is now principally frozen and used as an ingredient in products. Register here for the zoom link.  

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Maine Whaling: To the Arctic and Beyond-talk by Charles Lagerbom on Zoom

January 28 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

The Camden Conference, Penobscot Marine Museum, and the Belfast Free Library will present Charles Lagerbom speaking on “Maine Whaling: To the Arctic and Beyond.” This event takes place on Thursday, January 28th and will be open to all on Zoom. Register here for the zoom link. The history of American whaling is most frequently associated with Nantucket, New Bedford and Mystic. However, the state of Maine also played an integral part in the development and success of this important industry.…

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February 2021

Paul DeOrsay presents Arctic Exploration, Science, and the Inuit

February 4 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

The Camden Conference, Penobscot Marine Museum, and the Belfast Free Library will present Paul DeOrsay on Thursday, February 4th at 6pm for a program on Arctic exploration, science, and the Inuit. Register for the zoom link here. For more information...

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Come Boating! Winter Adventure Series

February 9 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

“Boats Light Up My Day” a presentation by Art Paine. A 76 year old sea dog describes his lifelong love of designing, building and restoring boats.  Art gushes about beautiful boats, and maybe gives a few hints on how to get the best out of whatever boat you own.   He will also present a beautiful 12 minute film on one of his recent projects, “TRIES: ANOTHER HUNDRED YEARS.  A LUDERS 16 RESTORATION.” Register for the zoom link here.  

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Belfast Garden Club Daytime Program

February 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Pond life: Under the Ice From Winter Into Spring with Edwin Barkdoll Do you ever wonder what hides under the ice of a frozen Maine pond? Have you ever witnessed close up the springtime explosion of amphibian life that follows winter? Join Maine Master Naturalist and photographer Edwin Barkdoll for an evening of exploring life under the ice culminating in the annual amphibian emergence and migration. We will examine many creatures, from nearly microscopic crustaceans to the shy salamanders and boisterous…

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Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition Program

February 18 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Upstream Solutions to Recycling and Plastic Pollution Chrissy Adamowicz, Natural Resource Council of Maine Sustainable Maine Outreach Coordinator, will speak about how/why our broken recycling system is contributing to a plastic pollution crisis. Learn about upstream solutions, and Maine's latest efforts to fix recycling. Chrissy has been working at NRCM for 2.5 years, providing education and outreach to communities on waste solutions. Register for the zoom link here

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March 2021

Come Boating! Winter Adventure Series

March 9 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Rowing To Wild ~ with Leigh Dorsey and Damian Colbry In August 2018, Leigh Dorsey & Dameon Colbry rowed the entire coast of Maine in 10 days, starting in Kittery and ending in Lubec.  Carrying everything they would need in their 21' open row boat, they camped on a different island each night along the way.  Join them for a day-by-day account of their journey accompanied by their photos of the lovely and wild Maine coast. Register for the zoom…

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