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PSO Presents: The Impact of Music Education - a free community event on
March 17th, 7:00 pm, Merrill Auditorium
The hour long event is open to the public and will include time for questions from the audience. The free event does require registration, which can be done online here. Music and arts educators are encouraged to arrive early for a celebration of recent music education achievements throughout the state from 6pm-7pm. Educators who attend the discussion at 6pm will receive complimentary tickets to one of the PSO's 'Bernstein by Bernstein' concerts, narrated by Jamie Bernstein. (03/11)
The Living Wisdom of the Buddha Dharma Lecture Series
Dzogchen Meditation Center, Ka-Nying Surmang Choling
Girls on the Run is a life-changing running program for girls in the 3rd through 5th and 6th through 8th grades. The purpose is to provide girls with the tools they need to meet and navigate the challenges of adolescence, to inspire them to set and accomplish goals, and to encourage them to incorporate a physical activity into their daily lives. The 10-week, 20-lesson Girls on the Run curriculum combines training for a 5K (3.1 miles) running event with lessons that inspire the girls to become independent thinkers, enhance their problem solving skills and make healthy decisions.
Race director Nancy Roderick has announced that registration is open for the 4th annual Coastal Youth Orchestra 5K/Walk and Fun Run, “Go for Baroque....out and Bach”. The race is scheduled to be held on Sunday April 27th on Pennellville Road in Brunswick. The course record is held by Merriconeag's own Jack Pierce.
The 5K course in Brunswick is an out and back run and is generally flat and very scenic. The race starts at the intersection of Old Pennellville and Pennellville Roads, taking Pennellville Road to a right onto Pennel Way, left onto Simpson Pt. Road to the end and return to the start. The race is competitive, but fun and is well known for it’s beautiful course, music, great snacks, great people, prizes and fun.
Race fees are $25 for the 5K ($20 for students 18 and under). The first 100 runners to register will receive a T-shirt. Registration fee for the Fun Run is $10, or $20 including a T-shirt.
The Freeport Community Library welcomes back Rob Duquette who sings and performs on Ukelele, guitar, xylophone and many percussion instruments from around the globe.The program is March 27, 2014 at 10:30 am. (02/25)
March 22nd 9:30-4:30 a music/kirtan by Omkara of Kevin Wicks following from 5-7 pm---children with adult supervision are more than welcome to the music/kirtan portion of the day! Full/half day yoga class options available. windandskyyoga.com for details/directions...minutes from downtown Freeport. (02/25)
Save the Date: A Lecture and Seminar with Herbert Hagens, Friday, April 11, 2014: 7 pm, Saturday, April 12, 2014: 9am - 4pm, Ashwood Waldorf School, Rockport, Maine. Friday evening lecture, $5 donation suggested, Saturday seminar, $25~Registration begins in March~By Studies in Anthroposophy (02/25)
The Midcoast School of Music is about to begin our Spring Semester Ensemble Program. If you have been contemplating getting involved in our program I would like to personally invite you to join us on Sunday March 2nd and find out more about or thriving ensemble program. There is no cost or obligation to attend.
Attached is the AWSNA Inform newsletter for March for those who are interested in Waldorf education in North America. INFORM is now up on the News page of the AWSNA website.