MCMA December Events

Dec. 3rd, First Friday Artwalk in the library

Artists and Authors - Artists Reggie Osborn and Christina Siravo exhibiting -"Mixed Media"

Authors Dr.Laura Trice-”The Wholesome Junk Food Cookbook”- and Author Dianne LeCoste- “A Girl of the Past”

Monday,Dec 6th, Travel Lecture #5- “SouthAfrican Safari” presented by John Wilson -

Go wild and explore the world in one country ! South Africa- from deserts to jungles and everything in between, its biodiversity is truly amazing for a nation its size, It is not surprising that nine out of ten tourists come to experience the country’s incredible wildlife and spectacular scenery. We will see some of the loveliest and most unique resorts in the country and tour some of the gracious estates. AFRICA! Just the word stirs the soul and excites the imagination.

Dec.16th, Thursday

Maine Charitable Mechanic Association Noonday Lecture, bring your lunch, desserts and refreshments provided, the open house will be 11:00 am to 2:00pm.

Speaking at Noon will be Historian Dr. Charles P.M.Outwin

”Boom Town, Party Town:Frolics on the southern shores of Casco Bay, 1760-1775”

The goodly people of Falmouth is Casco Bay, during its boom years of 1760 through 1775, flush with cash, knew how to party.......and neither inclement weather nor dour moralist opprobrium could long prevent them from doing so!! From the scruffy rum-shops of Fiddle Lane and the gracious homes of Upper Middle Street, to Ring’s popular inn and tavern at Black Point, and perhaps even further afield, Falmouth’s denizens, rich and poor, found opportunities to feast, dance, and celebrate

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