November News and Events of the MCMA

Thursday Oct 28, Lunch Time Book Talk with Jane Smith Bernhardt-”We Are Here, Love Never Dies”, bring your lunch, desserts and refreshments provided. For more info log on to -

Friday Oct. 29, MCMA members Lesley MacVane and Roger Berle will opening their exhibit- “OFF SHORE, OFF SEASON” at-The Telling Room 225 Commercial St., Suite 201 Portland, ME 04101 (207) 774-6064

Monday Nov.1st will be Travel lecture #3 @ the McAuley auditorium , featuring MARLIN DARRAH’S “CUBA-A ROAD TRIP FROM HAVANA TO SANTIAGO DE CUBA”

(Shot in HD 2009) Long off-limits to Americans, Cuba - and Havana especially - is the most tragically beautiful country in the Caribbean. On this road trip from Havana to Santiago de Cuba, we travel in a beautiful 1950s black Buick across this fascinating island-nation. From the old city of Havana, we drive to Pinar del Rio to sample cigars and see the world's finest tobacco fields. Then to the beaches of Matanzas and the Bay of Pigs. To sugar plantations and colorful towns and finally arriving in Santiago- For more info log on to-

First Friday Art Walk in the MCMA library will feature Joshua Dallaire on Nov.5th-”Artwork in Colored Pencil” and during library hours in the month of Nov.

Monday Nov.8th will be Travel Lecture #4-Another Marlin Darrah film

NORTHERN EUROPE: Journey to Iceland, Norway, London, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Russia, Poland & Prague R

Shot in HD 2009) This journey to Northern Europe gives the viewer a chance to sample the great natural wonders, architectural treasures, and cultural and artistic highlights of several cities and countries. Here are great scenes from Iceland, Bergen (Norway), London, Amsterdam, St. Petersburg & Moscow, Poland and Prague. A delicious sampler of fjords, fish markets, art museums, cathedrals, lively pedestrian streets, great canals and bridges, palaces and parks, and meetings with fascinating N. Europeans.

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