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Online Talk: Along Route One with author Susan Bregman

Online

Author, writer, and photographer Susan Mara Bregman presents the story of Route One from her new book, Along Route One, in an online talk for Lincoln County Historical Association on September 28th at 5:30 pm. Advance registration required to attend this talk being held using Zoom. Registration is free and open to the public. Your donations help us continue to ...

Cider Pressing at Pownalborough Court House

Pownalborough Court House 23 Court House Rd, Dresden, ME, United States

Join us as we welcome autumn at the Pownalborough Court House with a FREE cider pressing and sampling! There’s something for the whole family to enjoy! -The historic courthouse will be open for tours from 10:00am until 4:00pm–tour admission is $10 for adults and free for kids under 16. -And as always, our system of hiking trails is free and ...

Annual Meeting & Members Gathering

Huntoon Hill Grange Hall, Wiscasset

The Annual Meeting & Members Gathering is a favorite annual event open to all current LCHA Members where we will gather to celebrate 2023 and look ahead to 2024. Guests are asked to please bring an appetizer to share, if possible! Please email Shannon so we know how many people to expect. (if you are not a current member, but ...

Getting to know Rachel Carson: best-selling author, scientist, conservationist, advocate

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Biologist/author Rachel Carson standing seaside, examining specimen in jar. (Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images) Rachel Carson was famously one of the essential sparks in the environmental movement and, although lacking the usual scientific credentials, a major force in national scientific debates. Yet she was a shy, retiring and humble person. How did she come to ...

****RESCHEDULED for March 14th**** Good Grit: Black Sailors of Lincoln County

Online

This online program is free and open to the public. Preregistration is required. Click here to sign up. Learn about the lives of a few of the incredible Black men— free and enslaved— who worked the waters of the Kennebec and helped shape Lincoln County.  This talk will span the decades from the 1700s to the late 1800s.  Korinne Tanzer ...

Samoset of Pemaquid: Online Lecture with author Jody Bachelder

Online

This talk is free and open to the public, registration is required. Click here to register. Suggested donation to support LCHA programs: $5     On March 16, 1621, Samoset cemented his place in history when he boldly walked into Plymouth Plantation and greeted the settlers in English. And that's where most history books leave him. They never hint at ...

A look at Illustration and Graphic Printmaking in Colonial America

Registration is required for this free online lecture! Click here to register. Artist, printmaker, and living history presenter Andy Volpe will discuss the illustration and graphic works used in print in the American Colonial period, such as Paul Revere, William Burgis, Amos Doolittle, Nathaniel Hurd, and others were producing for newspapers, magazines, almanacks, books, etc., with aspects relating to the ...