Sean Fleming will come to The Lincoln Home for a one-hour concert/sing-a-long featuring Love Songs, as we approach Valentine’s Day. Join us Friday, February 8, from 2:00-3:00pmto listen, sing and remember some highlights of your life through music.
Rockport, ME - It is the time of the year when students will come home either with elation about their grades and the work they have done over the semester, or it is the time of year when kids will walk in the door and run to their rooms to avoid having to talk about why they haven’t done as well as they had hoped.
The 29th annual U.S. National Toboggan Championships will be held Friday-Sunday, Feb. 8-10, 2019, at the Camden Snow Bowl. Up to 425 teams of two, three and four people race for the fastest times down the 400-foot-long wood toboggan chute that dates back to 1936. Once toboggans exit the run out, racers enjoy an exhilarating ride onto and, and sometimes across, Hosmer Pond,
Now that the third quarter is underway for middle and high school students, it is time for parents and students to sit down and have “the talk” about how school is going so far. Together, they can discover what is going well for the student, as well as what could be improved.
Are you seeing numbers at various times? Such as waking up at night just to see a number like 1:11 or 2:22 or 3:33, appear on your clock? God is communicating to you. We shall cover numbers a bit later, but first, lets look as some prophetic basics.
Parents may not recognize when a son or daughter is starting to have trouble with high school classes until it is very obvious and a student is in danger of failing. What about missing a homework assignment or two, or failing a single quiz? Does that mean it is time to get help? Or is it not really urgent until he fails a test, or gets an F for an entire quarter?
Rockport, Maine - Any preparation for the SAT’s can help a student’s score, whether it’s working on their own, going through an online tutorial, or working with a professional. The Study Hall’s experience has shown that working with students to define their strengths, work on their opportunities and learn what strategies will help them the most might mean the difference between being accepted at their first choice school for college or their safety school.
Last summer we posted an article here in PenBay Pilot as an advertising affiliate (August 9, 2018, “A few words about ‘natural’ tick repellents”). We have been informed by the Maine Board of Pesticides that we are in violation of, well, several statutes, actually. We’d like to correct that right here.
We welcome the public to join us on Monday, January 28, from 3:00-4:00pm to hear the tales of Val Lovelace’s adventures: "Coast to Coast and Back Again: Traveling the “Blue Roads" on Two Wheels.” Val, our One to One Care Director, will share images and experiences from her 2008 motorcycle adventure on two-lane highways in the United States and Canada.
Penbay Estate Planning Law Center is pleased to share their new free community education project. In just one minute you will learn something useful about Estate Planning. A brief and informative review of the weekly blog will be presented in a FREE Podcast. Podcasts are audio files distributed on the internet. You can sit back and listen to items that will help you plan for the future.
At The Study Hall in Rockport we have been preparing students to take the SATs for over 15 years. Our certified SAT tutors have helped hundreds of local students achieve the scores they desire to be competitive in the college application process and to help maximize financial aid awards. Below are important dates that Juniors should be aware of for the upcoming SAT season.
We are in a new season; a new era has begun. Every season of the Lord involves a transition that requires faith and courage.. The Church is now in transition from the Church age to the Kingdom age. The form of the present church that has evolved is not prepared to survive or prosper in the times ahead. In order to capture the fullness of the promised life that is ours in Christ, there must be change.
On this snowy cold day, wrap yourself in a warm comforter, get your favorite hot beverage and listen to Sid's Roths "2019 Prophetic Outlook." On this youtube broadcast, you will hear God's heart for 2019 for America - a new day has dawned.
Rockport - This is the time of year when many high school students become stressed and nervous about exams.To help ease anxiety, and to help with preparation, here are a few suggestions from The Study Hall that will help make test day
We are excited to announce that the popular Ice Bar Dance Party will be back for a third year on Friday, January 18th! Chill at the Samoset Glacier Ice Bar and Heat Up on the Dance Floor with DJ Mike of M&M Entertainment. With a fun variety of current music and fun throwbacks, you will be sure to want to get your groove on! Tickets may be purchased ahead at www.icedance2019.eventbrite.com or at the door (cash only).
ANNOUCING: Our "Home Fellowship of the Spirit” starts this Tuesday at 6:30 pm at my home on 20 Riverside Drive Camden, Maine
This is a fellowship open to all who promote the unity of the Spirit. We begin by sharing testimonies of Gods goodness in 2018 as well as to share prophetic insights God has revealed to HIs people for this year.
The University of Maine at Augusta's Rockland Center is building a strong enrollment for its spring semester. Combining numbers from continuing degree students, new admits and high school aspirations students, the UMA Rockland Center expects to see an increase in its enrollment when the term opens January 22.
On Wednesday, January 16, from 8:15 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., Ashwood Waldorf School will offer community members an opportunity to visit classes in-session. This behind-the-scenes look at Waldorf education is for all those who are curious about what goes on in a Waldorf classroom. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, college or high school student, teacher, health care professional, or simply an interested community member, please join us for this window into Waldorf education.
Carolyn Hardman will give an illustrated talk about Joseph Hopkins, a Newcastle/Nobleboro merchant ship captain on Tuesday, January 15, from 3:00-4:00pm. The height of Maine’s wooden ship era took place in the mid 1800’s, when the US led the world in ocean trade and shipbuilding. Much of that shipbuilding and commerce was centered in Midcoast Maine. A collection of Captain Hopkins’ journals are on display at the Nobleboro Historical Society.
The Study Hall in Rockport is proud to announce the addition of Katey Smith to their tutoring staff. Katey has spent a majority of her life working with kids, from Sunday School to tutoring to classroom teaching. She graduated from Thomas College with a BS in Elementary Education at the top of her class in 2016.
January 10, 2019 (Camden, Maine) – Applications are now available on the Camden Rotary Club website (www.camdenrotary.org) for its annual charitable grants program. There are four categories of grants available: