MCMA member Sally Trice’s daughter Dr.Laura Trice talks about her book at the MCMA library lunchtime book talk.


Bring your lunch, drinks & desserts provided FMI Call 773-8396


author of

The Wholesome Junk Food Cookbook:

More Than 100 Healthy Recipes for Everyday Snacking

Growing up in Portland, Maine, Laura spent much of her early years in the kitchen helping her mother, an avid cook devoted to preparing healthy, homecooked meals. Her mother's influence rubbed off, and when Trice went to work as a medic on the set of a television show, she'd bring her own healthy cookies and snacks for the rest of the crew. Their overwhelming response convinced her she could go into business selling what everyone wanted: healthy snacks made with all-natural ingredients that were just as delicious as any store bought confection. “If you're going to eat 'junk food' treats, this is what you should be eating,” says Dr. Dean Ornish, founder of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute, “Slowly, mindfully, and with great pleasure.” Now Laura's brand of Wholesome Junk Food is available in stores nationwide.

For more information about Laura Trice, M.D., her cookbook, or her line of healthy snacks, visit

First Friday, August 5th our visiting artist will be Member Madeline Young-”Painting and Mixed Media” and will be on display during the month of August.

The 17 MCMA parade trade Banners of 1841, have left the Library and are now up for Auction and hope to generate some value for the future of the MCMA. They are being handled by James Julia of Fairfield Maine and can be viewed on his web site

Antique & Fine Arts Session 2 -Thursday,August 26,2010 at the Samoset Resort, Rockland ME.

Off-Season, Off-Shore

[Yet Another] Trap Day on Cliff Island

MCMA members Roger Berle & Lesley MacVane have taken their show on the road to Cundy Harbor and will be giving a talk there at 7:00pm August 21-a link to the gallery below

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