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MAINE'S COLLECTING INSTITUTIONS

 


HERE'S WHAT'S HAPPENING

Maine Archives & Museums hosts our own programs, events, and initiatives, and we help our member institutions promote their events as well.  Check our website for news, happenings, and deadlines from throughout the field.  

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MAM Events & Initiatives: Workshops, grant deadlines, and our annual conference

Public Events: Happenings for the public at our member institions

News You Can Use: News and opportunities from throughout the museum and archive field: grants, job listings, professional development, and more!

Upcoming events

    • 10 Oct 2018
    • 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • L.C. Bates Museum Visitors Center, Fairfield, ME
    • 6
    Register

    Natural History Collections:

    Addressing Issues from Mounted Specimens to Sea Shells


    This 5.5-hour workshop will focus on best practices handling historic collections for the purpose of storing and moving them.


    In this 5.5-hour workshop, Ron Harvey of Tuckerbrook Conservation will discuss the special needs of natural history collections and how to safely handle, exhibit and store them. He will talk about safety concerns for the people handling the collections as well as for the objects.  Come learn how to best care for the many organic objects from our natural world: from a mounted fish to hair wreath or from powder horn to a mounted bird. 

    An afternoon tour by the conservator of the museum's natural history collections will show both issues and solutions to the care of natural history collections and objects made form natural materials.  To gain specific information from the conservator, participants are encouraged to bring photos of natural history objects in their collections.

    Morning refreshments will be available.  Bring your own bagged lunch to enjoy at half time!

    The workshop will be held in the conference room at the visitors center, the building with the blue roof just north of the museum.

    This event is supported by a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Sciences.


    Your Presenter

    This workshop is presented by Ron Harvey, Conservator/Principal at Tuckerbrook Conservation.  Tuckerbrook Conservation offers conservation consulting, treatment, teaching, management, storage, long-term preservation, handling, lecturing, preservation workshops, conservation assessments and assessment of collections, including archaeological, ethnographic, fine art objects, outdoor sculpture, and zinc sculpture.


    The Venue

    The L.C. Bates Museum at Good Will-Hinckley, located on U.S. Route 201 in Hinckley Village in Fairfield, is a natural history museum that includes amazing natural history exhibits, fun local history, Native American collections, rocks and minerals, fossils, outside nature trails, picnic tables, and an arboretum behind the museum.

    The workshop will be held at the visitors center, the building with the blue roof just north of the museum.


    Online registration will be open through October 7.  To register after this date, contact Deborah Staber at lcbates@gwh.org or 238-4250.

    The size of the workshop space limits registration to 15 participants - register early to reserve your space! If the workshop fills up before you register, you can register to be on the wait list.

    Registration is free to MAM members (please log in first).  If you're not a member, join today!

    • 12 Oct 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Olsen Student Center, University of Maine Farmington
    Register

    2018 Annual Conference


    Presented by Northern Artery, the 2018 conference will offer a mixture of sessions, workshops, networking opportunities, and a dynamic keynote address that will leave you feeling recharged, connected, and inspired with new ideas to assist you in the care and management of your collecting institution.  

    As volunteers and professionals in Maine's community of collecting institutions, many of us are accustomed to looking into the past. At this year's conference, we invite ourselves to look into the future by honing our skills in organizational visioning, strategic planning, and succession planning, as well as various other topics such as educational and event programming, advocacy, diversity and inclusion, preservation and collections care, fundraising, and governance.


    Keynote Speaker: Colin Woodard

    Colin Woodard will be giving the keynote address titled Deeper Context Downeast: How Maine's Past Informs the Present and Shapes the Future.

    Woodard is an award-winning  author and journalist.  He is State and National Affairs Writer for the Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram, where he was a 2016 Pulitzer Prize finalist and received a 2012 George Polk Award for his investigative reporting. 

    A native of Maine, Woodard is the author of American Nations: A History of Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America, which won the 2012 Maine Literary Award for Non-Fiction.  His other books include the New England bestseller The Lobster Coast: Rebels, Rusticators, and the Struggle for a Forgotten Frontier; the New York Times Times Bestseller The Republic of Pirates: Being the True Story And Surprising Story of the Caribbean Pirates and the Man Who Brought Them Down; and American Character: A History of the Epic Struggle Between Individual Liberty and the Common Good, which won the 2017 Maine Literary Award for Non-fiction.


    Event Program

    Check back for a full event program.

    The doors will open for registration check-in at 8:00AM and the last session will end at 5:00PM. The day will include 4 blocks of interactive workshops/discussions with 3 sessions from which to choose in each block. Session topics will include:

    • Digital media and technology
    • Preparing for Maine's 2020 bicentennial celebration
    • Crafting stories
    • Exhibit design
    • Fundraising
    • Lots of other great discussion topics and networking opportunities!

    There will also opportunities to join round table discussion groups during lunch. This is your opportunity to meet with your colleagues in a more intimate setting around topics of common interest, such as:

    • Fundraising
    • Networking among historical societies
    • Institutional administration
    • Collections management
    • Exhibit design
    • Archiving
    • Collections security
    • Diversity, inclusion, and social justice

    Lunch

    Lunch will be held in the dining hall with a multiple options.  Please tell us when registering if you have any dietary restrictions so we can make sure you are accommodated.


    Annual Meeting

    The annual meeting of MAM's membership also takes place at the conference each year--this is your chance as a MAM member to vote on new officers or changes in policy, or to address issues that affect the organization and its membership.


    The Venue


    The conference will be held at the at University of Maine Farmington at 224 Main Street in downtown Farmington - near Routes 2, 4, and 27.  

    Directions: Use the directions listed on the UMF website.

    Parking: On the campus map, parking is available at lots P11, P15, P26, and the Old South Congregational Church. Street parking is also available. No parking passes are needed in these areas. The P15 lot is best for those with wheelchair accessibility needs.

    Map: See the campus map on the UMF website.  Registration, exhibitors, sessions, lunch, and snacks will all be in the Olsen Student Center. The keynote address and annual meeting will be in the Roberts Learning Center.

    Bathrooms: There are gender-neutral bathrooms, as well as those labeled for men and women. The gender neutral bathrooms are on the main floor in the Olsen Student Center on the South Street side of the building.

    Accessibility: All spaces used for this event are accessible to standards set in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).


    Registration

    Online registration for MAM Members and non-members opens on August 4, 2018. Early bird registration rates are available through September 10, 2018. The last day to register will be September 30, 2018.  To register after September 30, please bring payment to the conference ($75 members; $100 non-members). We will be able to accept checks or credit/debit cards at the conference.


    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Thank you to our presenting sponsor!

    Northern Artery


    Host Sponsor



    Gold Sponsors

    Maine Community Foundation

    Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education

    SmallCorp

    Seal Cove Auto Museum

    Colby College Museum of Art

    Maine Office of Tourism

    Virtual Archive

    Shape of Love: 200 Years in Maine


    Silver Sponsors

    Northeast Document Conservation Center; Digital Curation at the University of Maine; Maine Historical Society; UMaineOnline; Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine; Andersen Design; Gnome Landscape, Design, Masonry & Maintenance; Ted Anderson Design & Photography; Riverside Museum Solutions; M. Gaertner, Historic Building Consultant


    Please get in touch about sponsor opportunities.

    Sponsoring and exhibiting at the Maine Archives & Museums Annual Conference are great ways to reach museum and archives professionals throughout Maine.  See here the opportunities available for sponsors and exhibitors.

    • 12 Oct 2018
    • 8:01 AM
    • University of Maine Farmington
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    Connect with museum and archival professionals throughout Maine!

     

    Maine Archives and Museums (MAM) invites you to become a sponsor and/or exhibitor at the 2018 Conference and Annual Meeting.  Whether you specialize in archival storage materials, consulting services, retail/gift shop items, or services and products that enhance visitor experiences, we welcome your participation.

     

    This conference offers an opportunity for you to share your organization’s mission with professionals working in all aspects of Maine’s museums, historic sites, and archives.  This year’s theme is "Planning for Our Future."  


    • Find your target audience among professionals representing museums, archives, libraries, historical societies, historic sites, and more.
    • Develop relationships with museum and archives professionals throughout Maine.
    • Continue connections with your current customers.
    • Hear what museum and archives professionals have to say about your products – and their future product needs.
    • Increase your knowledge and understanding of the archives and museums professions.
    • Sell your products on site.

    When:  Friday, October 12, 2018, 8:00am-4:30pm

                                   

    Where: University of Maine Farmington

     

    Exhibiting:  Exhibitors will be located in key areas to ensure high traffic to your display.  Time has been built into the schedule to allow attendees to meet with exhibitors throughout the conference. 

     

    Deadline:  September 21, 2018;  special August 3 deadline to be included in the mailer to 1,500 museum and archive professionals in Maine.

     

     

    Sponsorship package #1: “Presenting Sponsor”--$900  (Will be Northern Artery this year)


    All the benefits of “Gold Sponsorship,” plus:

    • Exclusivity: only one sponsor at this level
    • Logo on event banner and front cover of printed conference program
    • Logo in promotional mailer to over 1,500 mailing addresses (if confirmed before August 3)
    • Speaking opportunity during keynote introduction (or special mention by MAM staff if unable to attend) 
    • Exhibitor space and admission for 4 to the conference


    Sponsorship package #2: "Host Sponsor"--$350

    Add an exhibitor space at the event and admission for 1 for an additional $100

    All the benefits of “Gold Sponsorship,” plus:

    • Semi-exclusivity: only 3 sponsors at this level
    • Exclusive Host listing in printed conference program (ex. "Coffee & Registration hosted by Smith Consulting")
    • Exclusive signage at event featuring organization name and logo
    • Logo in the conference program, on MAM's website, and in email marketing to over 1,500 email addresses
    • Featured text listing in promotional mailer to over 1,500 mailing addresses (if confirmed before August 3)


    Sponsorship package #3: "Gold Sponsor"--$200

    Add an exhibitor space at the event and admission for 1 for an additional $100


    All the benefits of “Silver Sponsorship,” plus:
    • Text listing in promotional mailer to over 1,500 mailing addresses (if confirmed before August 3)
    • Your promotional handout or brochure included in conference packet (please provide approximately 150 handouts or brochures)



    Sponsorship package #4: "Silver Sponsor"--$100

    Add an exhibitor space at the event and admission for 1 for an additional $100

    • Text listing in the printed conference program, on MAM’s website, and in email marketing to over 1,500 email addresses
    • List of conference participants



    To customizing your own sponsorship package, contact Dugan Murphy at info@MaineMuseums.org or 207-400-6965.

     

    Register as a Sponsor Online Today!

     

    • 22 Oct 2018
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Maine Historical Society, 489 Congress St, Portland
    • 13
    Register

    Security and Customer Service

    for Museums and Libraries


    Customer service and security are intertwined. This two-hour workshop will cover issues that affect small and medium-sized museums and libraries and will offer concrete, hands-on solutions you can implement to help assure the safety of your collections and your visitors. Topics will include: 

    • Security of your building and landscape: red flags and quick fixes
    • Conflict resolution: how to handle angry or aggressive patrons 
    • Policies: how simple policies and procedures can keep you safe
    • Old Home Days: how to manage special occasions that draw large crowds
    • Alarm Systems: options and alternatives
    • In an Emergency: your relationship with your local police and fire departments

    The workshop will include tours of the Brown Research Library and Wadsworth-Longfellow House showcasing security and customer service issues.


    Schedule

    The workshop will begin at 2PM and continue until 4PM.  This includes tours of Brown Research Library and Wadsworth-Longfellow House showcasing security and customer service issues.

    At 4PM, you are invited to attend the MAM Social Mixer in the Longfellow Garden on Campus.


    Your Presenters

     

    This workshop is presented by Steve Landry and John Babin of Maine Historical Society.  

    Steve Landry, MHS Facilities Manager, has had over 25 years’ experience working in cultural institutions with duties that included staff safety training, insurance loss mitigation, and collections and public safety.  Steve is a Certified Institutional Protection Manager and recently became a Certified Visitor Relations Specialist.  

    As Visitor Services Manager at Maine Historical Society, John Babin is responsible for overseeing the paid guides and volunteer docents who give tours in the Wadsworth-Longfellow House, on the Longfellow Trail and the Historic Walking Tour of Portland. John is a Certified Visitor Relations Specialist from the International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection.


    The Venue


    This event is hosted in the Earl G. Shettleworth Jr. Lecture Hall at Maine Historical Society.  Paid parking is available in nearby garages and on the street.


    Online registration will be open through October 18.  To register after this date, contact Nan Cumming at 207-774-1822 ext. 231.

    The size of the workshop space limits registration to 25 participants - register early to reserve your space!

    MAM members enjoy discounted registration (please log in first).  If you're not a member, join today!

    • 22 Oct 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Maine Historical Society, 489 Congress St, Portland
    Register

    Portland Mixer


    Come meet your colleagues in Southern Maine!  This social mixer event will be held in the Longfellow Garden at Maine Historical Society and immediately follows the Security and Customer Service workshop at the same venue.

    Please RSVP so we know to expect you! 

    • 07 Nov 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Libby Memorial Library, 27 Staples St, Old Orchard Beach
    • 12
    Register

    Book and Pamphlet Enclosures


    For museums and archives, proper enclosures can protect books and pamphlets from environments that are detrimental such as temperature, relative humidity, and UV light. There are many ways in building enclosures. This workshop will teach participants various quick and easy way to build enclosures. This is useful for those institutions with limited staff or time to spend on such projects.

    Book Conservator, Anastasia Weigle of IN A BIND Studio will offer this hands-on preservation enclosures workshop. It will address the following:

    • Building preservation enclosures using a single sheet of 20 pt. board
    • What materials and tools to use materials.
    • When to use this type of enclosure.

    NOTE: This workshop will not cover building drop-front or clamshell boxes.

    Attendees will need to bring their own lunch.


    Schedule

    The workshop will begin at 10AM and continue until 3PM.  A half hour will be provided in the middle of the day for lunch.


    Your Presenter


    Anastasia Weigle currently owns IN A BIND Studioas a book conservator, bookbinder, and artist. She has taught various workshops in bookbinding, materials repair, altered book and assemblage/multimedia art. Anastasia holds a B.A. in Natural Science Illustration with a minor in Museum Studies, an M.S.L.I.S. in Archives Management and is currently a doctoral candidate at Simmons College in Information Science. Anastasia's extensive background in library and museum archives has also spilled into her work as an assemblage artist. Her work reflects her profession as an archivist. Her academic skills and her artistic talents are tightly woven together to create a cohesive, structured body of work, which encourages the viewer to discover a piece of themselves inside her art. Anastasia was featured on National Cable Television HGTV’s “That’s Clever” in August 2006 and March 2007, was listed in the 2008 Studio Visit art catalog, featured as one of the ten assemblage artists in the Jan/Feb 2009 Maine Home and Design magazine, and in 1000 Artists Books. Anastasia has published works in The Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies, Preserving Local Writers, Genealogists, Photographs, Newspapers, and Related Materials, and in the forthcoming book Genealogy and the Librarian: Perspectives on Research, Instruction, Outreach and Management.


    The Venue


    This event is hosted in the Libby Memorial Library in Old Orchard Beach.  


    Online registration will be open through November 4.  To register after this date, contact Anastasia Weigle at 207-493-5946.

    To make sure everyone gets a great experience, this workshop is limited to 10 participants. Register early to reserve your space!

    MAM members enjoy discounted registration (please log in first).  If you're not a member, join today!

    • 13 Nov 2018
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Colby College (Robinson Memorial Room in Special Collections at Miller Library), Waterville
    • 16
    Register

    Archival Basics

    This basic archival workshop will give attendees a holistic understanding of collections care by discussing fundamentals of archives, including governance, preservation, arrangement and description, storage, access and outreach. Specific examples will illustrate key points and a list of resources will be provided. 

    Colby Special Collections will provide coffee, tea, and cookies.


    Schedule

    2 - 3:10: Part 1 of the workshop, including Q&A on broad topics like governance, preservation, arrangement, and description

    3:10 - 3:30: Snacks

    3:30 - 4:30: Part 2 of the workshop including Q&A on more granular topics like storage, access, and outreach

    4:30 - 5:00: Optional page turning of John James Audubon's The Birds of America in Special Collections

    5 PM: MAM social mixer in at the Silver Street Tavern (2 Silver St) in downtown Waterville


    Your Presenter


    This workshop is presented by Pat Burdick, Assistant Director of Colby College Special Collections. Pat has been working with Colby's rare and unique materials for over 20 years. She received her MLS degree with an archival concentration from Simmons College and continues to serve as an archival consultant and workshop presenter throughout the state of Maine. Before finding her way to the world of archives, she completed a masters program in Mechanical Engineering at Lehigh and Georgia Tech, working as a research engineer at MIT. She lives on North Pond in the Belgrade Lakes area with her covivant, artist Kevin James, and three lovely felines. She is a Master Gardener and helps to maintain the gardens at Skowhegan History House and the Fairview Grange in Smithfield as part of her yearly community service. 


    The Venue

    The Robinson Memorial Room is located in Special Collections at Miller Library on the Colby College Campus in Waterville.  View the campus map.

    Parking available in the Roberts Parking Lot, which is a short walk to the Miller Library.

    This venue is wheelchair accessible.


    Online registration will be open through November 8.  To register after this date, contact Pat Burdick at 207-859-5151 or patricia.burdick@colby.edu.

    The size of the workshop space limits registration to 25 participants - register early to reserve your space!

    MAM members enjoy discounted registration (please log in first).  If you're not a member, join today!

    This workshop was originally scheduled for August 1, 2018, but had to be rescheduled.

    • 13 Nov 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Silver Street Tavern, 2 Silver St, downtown Waterville
    Register

    Waterville Mixer

    Come meet your colleagues in Central Maine!  This social mixer event immediately follows the Archival Basics workshop at Colby College.

    Food and drinks will be available for purchase.

    Please RSVP so we know to expect you. 

    This mixer was originally scheduled for August 1 but had to be rescheduled.

Past events

10 Jul 2018 Waterville Mixer
10 Jul 2018 Workshop: Metadata Basics
28 Jun 2018 Workshop: Safely Handling, Packing, and Moving Collections
06 Jun 2018 Workshop: Basic Digitization
22 May 2018 Workshop: Oral History Essentials
16 May 2018 Caribou Mixer
16 May 2018 Workshop: Conservation Leather Repair: Re-Backing Leather Spines with Japanese Tissue Paper
30 Dec 2017 Advertise in the Maine Archives and Museums newsletter
10 Nov 2017 2017 Fall Conference & Annual Meeting
05 Oct 2017 Livermore Mixer
05 Oct 2017 Workshop: How to Say No: Creating a Collections Policy
08 Sep 2017 Biddeford Mixer
08 Sep 2017 Workshop: Harness the Power: Great Tours + Maine’s Tourism Industry = Museum Success
24 Jul 2017 Fairfield Mixer
24 Jul 2017 Workshop: Looking Beyond the Closet: Storage Options and Implementation on a Budget
08 Jun 2017 Waterville Mixer
08 Jun 2017 Workshop: Basic Archiving
25 May 2017 Caribou Mixer
25 May 2017 Workshop: Basic Collections Care
18 May 2017 Workshop: Basic Digitization
18 Apr 2017 Workshop: Oral History Essentials
20 Mar 2017 Maine Museums Day
14 Oct 2016 2016 Fall Conference & Annual Meeting
27 Jun 2016 Workshop: Collections Care
18 Jun 2016 Workshop: Grant Writing Basics: Crafting your Story for Fundraising Success
08 Jun 2016 Workshop: The Nuts and Bolts of Exhibit Development
08 Jun 2016 Submissions for MAM's August 2016 newsletter
17 May 2016 Workshop: Accidental Stories Pertaining to Collections and How to Use them to Reach New Audiences
09 May 2016 Workshop: Storing Your Collections
30 Mar 2016 ADVERTISE in the Maine Archives and Museums newsletter!
30 Mar 2016 MAM Newsletter Deadline for articles, updates & ads
30 Dec 2015 MAM Newsletter Deadline for articles, updates & ads
07 Nov 2015 MAM's November Mixer
02 Oct 2015 2015 Conference Sponsorship & Exhibitor Opportunities
02 Oct 2015 2015 Fall Conference & Annual Meeting
02 Oct 2015 Call for Proposals: MAM 2015 Fall Conference & Annual Meeting
29 Jun 2015 Historic Housekeeping
24 Jun 2015 Historic Frame Conservation Triage
05 Jun 2015 MAM June Mixer--Hinckley
05 Jun 2015 Let's Preserve Organic Collections
20 May 2015 Identification and Care of Photographic Collections
13 May 2015 Disaster Planning Step By Step (Auburn)
09 May 2015 Preparing Collection Materials for Exhibition
16 Apr 2015 MAM April Mixer--Augusta
03 Mar 2015 MAM March Mixer--Portland
13 Jan 2015 MAM Winter Mixer--Camden
13 Jan 2015 Board Meeting
24 Oct 2014 2014 Fall Conference & Annual Meeting
24 Oct 2014 2014 Conference Sponsorship & Exhibitor Opportunities
18 Oct 2014 Identification and Care of Photographs
23 Jun 2014 Collections Care: Caring For & Storing Your Organic Objects
16 Jun 2014 Board Meeting
09 Jun 2014 A Development Primer: Build Capacity and Bolster Your Fundraising Efforts
06 Jun 2014 Call for Proposals: MAM 2014 Fall Conference & Annual Meeting
30 May 2014 Disaster Planning Step By Step (Bangor)
21 May 2014 Water Salvage of Library & Museum Materials (South Portland)
19 May 2014 Water Salvage of Library & Museum Materials (Ellsworth)
06 May 2014 Ink, Oil and Oak: Collections Care Workshop for Paper, Paintings and Furniture
02 May 2014 Disaster Planning Step By Step (Falmouth)
30 Apr 2014 Disaster Planning Step By Step (Belfast)
27 Apr 2014 Giving Voice to History
14 Apr 2014 Board Meeting
13 Jan 2014 Board Meeting
02 Nov 2013 Preservation Issues for Small Museums and Family Custodians
29 Oct 2013 2013 Conference Sponsorship & Exhibitor Opportunities
29 Oct 2013 2013 Fall Conference & Annual Meeting
29 Oct 2013 Call for Proposals: MAM 2013 Fall Conference & Annual Meeting
07 Oct 2013 Board Meeting
18 Sep 2013 Packaging, Public Relations & Promotion: The 3 P’s of Partnering with the Tourism Industry
09 Sep 2013 Long-Range Planning Retreat and Workshop
24 Jun 2013 Collections Care
10 Jun 2013 Board Meeting
21 May 2013 21st Century Skills Workshop
20 May 2013 Basic Collections Care Workshop
02 May 2013 21st Century Skills Workshop
29 Apr 2013 21st Century Skills Workshop
23 Apr 2013 Board Development & Digitizing Collections Workshop
08 Apr 2013 Board Meeting
05 Apr 2013 ADVERTISE in the Maine Archives and Museums newsletter!
02 Apr 2013 Basic Collections Care Workshop
27 Mar 2013 MAM Meet & Greet
14 Jan 2013 Board Meeting
30 Dec 2012 MAM Newsletter Deadline for articles, updates & ads
26 Oct 2012 2012 Conference Sponsorship & Exhibitor Opportunities
26 Oct 2012 2012 Fall Conference & Annual Meeting
16 Oct 2012 21st-Century Skillls Workshop: October 16
01 Sep 2012 Maine Memory Network Grant Deadline: September 1
11 May 2012 MAM 2012 Conference Call for Proposals
04 May 2012 Caring For and Storing Organic Objects: A Spring MAM Collections Housing Workshop
03 May 2012 21st-Century Skillls Workshop: May 3
28 Apr 2012 21st-Century Skillls Workshop: April 28
26 Apr 2012 21st-Century Skillls Workshop: April 26
25 Apr 2012 21st-Century Skillls Workshop: April 25
24 Apr 2012 21st-Century Skillls Workshop: April 24
02 Apr 2012 Board Meeting
01 Apr 2012 Maine Memory Network Grant Deadline: April 1
30 Mar 2012 MAM Newsletter Deadline for articles, updates & ads
03 Feb 2012 Kotzschmar Jr. Concerts at Dyer Library

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