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Maine Nursing – Tuesday August 22, 5:30 PM

Posted by Michael Gorzka on August 16th, 2017

Join us for a panel presentation of the history of the Maine Nursing profession from 1914 to 2015

Authors Valerie Hart, Susan Henderson, Juliana L’Heureux and Ann Sossong will discuss their book: Maine Nursing: Interviews and History on Caring and Competence.

Mary Herman, formerly the First Lady of Maine, a Brunswick resident and a former nurse will be a special guest for this event.

This is a free program — No registration required.

Sponsored by Community Health Information Partnership of Curtis Memorial Library and Mid Coast-Parkview Health.

Day & Time: Tuesday August 22, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Location: Morrell Meeting Room

Contact: Pamela Bobker 725-5242 X 214 pbobker@curtislibrary.com

Sea-Level Rise Exploration With GMRI – Tuesday August 8, 5:30 PM

Posted by Michael Gorzka on August 5th, 2017

HOW WILL SEA LEVEL RISE AFFECT YOUR COMMUNITY?

Curtis Memorial Library is thrilled to host a 90 minute, interactive experience exploring sea level rise with Gayle Bowness of the Gulf of Maine Research Institute.

Sea level in Maine has risen 8 inches over the past century and will continue to rise at greater rates. Ensuring the region’s resiliency to sea level rise requires an informed and engaged public, now and in the future. Join us to examine sea level rise impacts in your community and examine potential resiliency measures.

Day & Time: Tuesday August 8, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Location: Morrell Meeting Room

Contact: Hazel honsrud@curtislibrary.com

Sea-Level Rise Exploration with GMRI – Tuesday August 8, 5:30 PM

Posted by Michael Gorzka on August 1st, 2017

HOW WILL SEA LEVEL RISE AFFECT YOUR COMMUNITY?

Wish you understood sea level rise and the impact it could have on your community?

Learn more through an interactive workshop taught by GMRI

Curtis Memorial Library is thrilled to host a 90 minute,interactive experience exploring sea level rise with Gayle Bowness of the Gulf of Maine Research Institute.

Sea level in Maine has risen 8 inches over the past century and will continue to rise at greater rates.

Ensuring the region’s resiliency to sea level rise requires an informed and engaged public, now and in the future. Join us to examine sea level rise impacts in your community and examine potential resiliency measures.

This program is free and open to the public. iPads will be provided.

Day & Time: Tuesday August 8, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Location: Morrell Meeting Room

Contact: Hazel honsrud@curtislibrary.com