Events for March 17, 2020
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The Hancock County Food Drive continues this month. Many food collection sites are still open including grocery stores and all of the First National Bank branches. Please give a little extra for your neighbors in need. Food sorting is still scheduled for the week of April 6th, but Healthy Acadia will continue to assess the situation. […]Find out more »
The Hancock County Sheriff's Office is working with Friends in Action in Ellsworth to assist in getting seniors their groceries, medicine, medical supplies or other necessities. Friends in Action currently has volunteers who also transport Seniors to Medical appointments. If you're a Senior Citizen who could use a hand, please contact the Hancock County Sheriff's Office at […]Find out more »
Healthy Acadia is hosting a “Tai Chi for Health” class at Frenchman’s Bay Library, 1776 US-1, Sullivan on Tues Mar 17 from 11 to noon. benefits and can be enjoyed by people of all ages, at all levels of physical ability. Classes are free, but a $5 donation is suggested. For more information or to […]Find out more »
Liz Cutler will lead a workshop titled “Let’s Get Green: Botanical Printmaking” on Tuesday, March 17, from 3-5 pm at ArtWaves, located at 1345-A State Highway 102, Bar Harbor (next to Town Hill Market). The cost is $25 for members and $35 for nonmembers. Register online artwavesmdi dot org. Call 266-0010 for more information.Find out more »
MDI Hospital is offering a Cancer Support & Education Program on Tues Mar 17 from 4 to 5 pm. “Exploring Social Security Disability,” will be hosted by Heather Sinclair, LSW. The event will be hosted in the hospital’s Conference Room B. For more information, call Sinclair at 801-5064. The program is made possible by a […]Find out more »