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It’s nearing Thanksgiving and totally appropriate for us to talk about food on C What’s On. Today we have special guest Amber Lambke, the founder of Maine Grains located in Skowhegan to discuss how her organization has brought back grain growing, processing, and retail sales right here in central Maine. You’ll want to listen to find out how to get their products as you begin baking for the holidays, and you might just want to arrange a tour.
Visit them online at www.mainegrains.com!
Today we sat down with the star of the show, Bee Tyler, and cast member and Waterville Opera House spokesperson Nathan Towne to discuss this classic musical and the local cast and crew who make the Opera House a popular destination for great local theater. Hello Dolly opens on November 9 at the Waterville Opera House and is scheduled for the next two weekends including Sunday matinees.
This week we sat down with Joe Klapatch and Meg Matheson, performers in Aqua City Actors Theater’s upcoming show “You Can’t Take it With You.” The last production to be presented in Studio 93 at The Center in Waterville, this hilarious comedy will open on Friday, October 26 at 7:30pm.
For additional performance dates and to reserve your seat online, visit https://www.acattheatre.org/.
This week we’re taking look at what is being done to help the hiring problem in Maine. This week we sat down with Rachel Knight, co-founder of Destination Occupation, to discuss their career exploration videos and newly developed job site aimed at helping businesses and organizations with workforce education and recruitment.
There is so much happening around Waterville Creates! right now that we thought it was time to sit down with Shannon Haines, the President and CEO of this fine arts organization.
More at www.watervillecreates.org
Find out how to win more than $6,000 in prizes and possibly score a job at the same time in this week’s interview featuring Chris Voynik, the Kennebec Valley Chamber’s Events and Membership Director, when he discusses the upcoming Business Expo. The Expo is scheduled at the Augusta Civic Center on October 10 from 2 – 6 PM.
This week on C What’s On, we caught up with producer/musician Ed Desjardins from Readfield to discuss the upcoming solo concert featuring David Sancious. Sancious is a Hall of Famer who started out his career as a member of Springsteen’s E Street Band. He went on to perform on albums with Sting, Gabriel, Clapton, Beck and Seal among others. Sancious will perform at Cumston Hall in Monmouth on September 28 at 8 PM and the following night at the Robinhood Free Meetinghouse in Georgetown along with Desjardins.
You can just imagine the ruckus when a young couple move into their first two-bedroom apartment only to find out that both sets of parents have arrived to “help” out. You won’t want to miss Things My Mother Taught Me at the Waterville Opera House opening on September 14 and this interview with cast members Juli Brooks and Zach Dickey.
The idea of a brew fest starts to make one think of Fall weather. In this interview we highlight the Skowhegan Craft Brew Festival, which happens on September 1 in downtown Skowhegan. Listen in as Mary Haley tells us about the 60 craft breweries and more that are on tap for this afternoon event.
In this interview we caught up with Auta Main, the Veterans Program Manager for the Department of Labor and Rachel Knight, owner of Destination Occupation, to discuss the August 30 Hire-A-Vet kickoff campaign event, which takes place August 30 at the Augusta Civic Center. More than 260 employers—a record attendance—are ready to represent more than 10,000 jobs to anyone seeking employment here in Maine. Organizers hope to help 100 employers hire 100 vets in 100 days!