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Nine year old Michael Ahern is an inspiration to us all. While taking a boat ride to get at ice cream, he traveled by the Travis Mills Foundation retreat in Rome, Maine and this young entrepreneur got an idea about how nice it would be to provide ice cream for all the children of veterans staying at the retreat. So, last year he raised the money to do just that. Next, this young man decided it would be nice to help send eight veterans’ families to the retreat and began raising the money. You can help Scoops for Troops by attending the Hire-A-Vet Career Fair on August 29 at the Augusta Civic Center. Starting at 11 AM you can buy an ice cream from Michael through the Darling’s Auto Group Ice Cream Van and help him achieve his goal.
The Maine International Film Festival 22, affectionately know as MIFF 22, is scheduled from July 12-21, 2019. This 10-day event features more than 100 films and takes place within Railroad Square Cinema, The Waterville Opera House, and the Old Post Office in Waterville, Maine. This week we caught up with Director of Programming, Ken Eisen, and Shorts Programmer, Karen Young, to discuss the the many aspects of this highly entertaining film festival, which has significantly influenced film making and Maine’s position in the film world for more than 22 years.
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Live at the Augusta Civic Center
November 3, 2019 | 8:00PM
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Featured Artist: Richard Blanchard
The Maine Farmland Trust Gallery celebrates agriculture through art, capturing the vibrancy of Maine’s farms and farmers—their intimate relationship to the earth, the crops they grow and animals they tend.