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Women: 1 p.m.

Men: 3 p.m.

Basketball vs. CMCC
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Come learn more about Innovate for Maine Internships!
with Renee Kelly from the University of Maine

Monday, December 3 at 1 p.m.
Clipper Lounge, Sennett Hall

Innovate for Maine is an internship program that connects students with companies that want to grow and create jobs in Maine.

They are looking for motivated, innovative Maine college students who want to make a difference in our state while gaining valuable work experience with Maine's most entrepreneurial companies.

Innovate for Maine Internships Mtg

Monday December 3rd, 7:00 pm Front Lawn of Powers Hall

The 100% Society at the University of Maine at Machias in conjunction with the Down East AIDS Network will recognize World AIDS day on Monday December 3rd by holding a candle light vigil on the campus front lawn at 7pm.  Please come join us as we remember loved ones who have passed on, honor those who still struggle with HIV/AIDS virus and hold on to one another, remembering we are all one.  Light refreshments will be served. All are welcome.  FMI Lois-Ann Kuntz, lkuntz@maine.edu or Liz Mercer, 255-5849.

World AIDS Day Vigil
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MACHIAS, Maine – The University of Maine at Machias is planning a nine-day excursion to Italy in the spring of 2013 for both UMM students and interested community members. The deadline to register for the trip is December 15.

English Professor Gerard NeCastro is organizing the trip, which will run March 30 – April 7, and will include tours of Florence, Rome, Venice, and Pisa.

An information session is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Tuesday, December 4, in the UMM Science Building, room 102.  NeCastro encourages anyone interested in the trip to attend the information session or contact him to register as soon as possible.

For travel details, costs, and other information, contact Gerard NeCastro at 255-1293, e-mail necastro@maine.edu, or visit www.explorica.com/NeCastro-3919.

Italy Trip Info Session
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Open to UMM students.

Movie - Ted
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Mary Sloan, University of Southern Maine's Graduate School Admissions Coordinator, is visiting the UMM campus on Thursday, December 6 from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. in Torrey Hall 104 and then from 2:00-3:00 p.m. in Torrey Hall 221. The information sessions are free and open to all. Mary will discuss graduate school in general and help students in what they need to know for any graduate program. It's not too late or too early to learn about graduate program options.

For more information, please contact Daniel Leland, Career Services Coordinator, at 255-1439 or daniel.leland@maine.edu.

Graduate School Info Session

Mary Sloan, University of Southern Maine's Graduate School Admissions Coordinator, is visiting the UMM campus on Thursday, December 6 from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. in Torrey Hall 104 and then from 2:00-3:00 p.m. in Torrey Hall 221. The information sessions are free and open to all. Mary will discuss graduate school in general and help students in what they need to know for any graduate program. It's not too late or too early to learn about graduate program options.

For more information, please contact Daniel Leland, Career Services Coordinator, at 255-1439 or daniel.leland@maine.edu.

Graduate School Info Session
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Fishes and Loaves

Films/Speakers/Discussion/Reflection on the Changing Ocean Environment and how it affects our Downeast Ecosystems and Fishing Communities

Friday, December 7th
7:00-9:00pm
Film: "A Sea of Change"

Saturday, December 8th
8:30am-Noon
Chat & Chowder Lunch..…Noon-1:00 pm
(Local Seafood Lunch $10/reservations required)

University of Maine — Machias, Science 102

The Changing Ocean
•    Friday night:  Award-winning film “A Sea Change” followed by updates/discussion on current ocean acidification research and innovative solutions. Q & A led by the film producer through Skype.
•    Saturday 8:30-9:45am: Short film “Acid Test” narrated by Sigourney Weaver. Speaker: Dr. Gretchen Noyes-Hull, Marine Biology Instructor, UMaine-Augusta/ Founder of Gulf Station and Marine Station Cooperative on the Southern Gulf of St Lawrence

The Working Waterfront: Challenges & Solutions
•    Saturday 10-11:15am: “Vision for a Downeast Marine and River Ecosystem Restored” Speakers: Robin Alden, Executive Director, Penobscot East Resource Center (former Commissioner of ME Dept. of Marine Resources); Jacob van de Sande, Educator/Hatchery Manager, Downeast Salmon Federation
•    Saturday 11:15-Noon:  Panel presentations on Maine Solutions — Thriving Community Supported Fisheries, Landscaping for Ocean Health, Value Added/Job Creating Downeast Seafood Enterprises

FOR MORE INFORMATION/Lunch Reservations: Call 380-5387

Co-Sponsors: UMaine-Machias, Cobscook Community Learning Center, Maine Council of Churches

Film: A Sea of Change

Open to the community.

Pop Band Performance
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Fishes and Loaves

Films/Speakers/Discussion/Reflection on the Changing Ocean Environment and how it affects our Downeast Ecosystems and Fishing Communities

Friday, December 7th
7:00-9:00pm
Film: "A Sea of Change"

Saturday, December 8th
8:30am-Noon
Chat & Chowder Lunch..…Noon-1:00 pm
(Local Seafood Lunch $10/reservations required)

University of Maine — Machias, Science 102

The Changing Ocean
•    Friday night:  Award-winning film “A Sea Change” followed by updates/discussion on current ocean acidification research and innovative solutions. Q & A led by the film producer through Skype.
•    Saturday 8:30-9:45am: Short film “Acid Test” narrated by Sigourney Weaver. Speaker: Dr. Gretchen Noyes-Hull, Marine Biology Instructor, UMaine-Augusta/ Founder of Gulf Station and Marine Station Cooperative on the Southern Gulf of St Lawrence

The Working Waterfront: Challenges & Solutions
•    Saturday 10-11:15am: “Vision for a Downeast Marine and River Ecosystem Restored” Speakers: Robin Alden, Executive Director, Penobscot East Resource Center (former Commissioner of ME Dept. of Marine Resources); Jacob van de Sande, Educator/Hatchery Manager, Downeast Salmon Federation
•    Saturday 11:15-Noon:  Panel presentations on Maine Solutions — Thriving Community Supported Fisheries, Landscaping for Ocean Health, Value Added/Job Creating Downeast Seafood Enterprises

FOR MORE INFORMATION/Lunch Reservations: Call 380-5387

Co-Sponsors: UMaine-Machias, Cobscook Community Learning Center, Maine Council of Churches

Ocean Acidification & Working Waterfronts

Including works by Kipling, Bradbury, Brecht, Robert Elmer, and late UMM professor Greg Henderson.

Readers' Theatre
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Come hear the Machias Town Band and watch the Beginning Belly Dance students perform in their end-of-semester recital.

Town Band & Belly Dance Recital
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Selections will include a Mozart Mass, the cantata "Winter Celebrations" by Arthur Frackenpohl, madrigals, spirituals, and Shakespeare settings (including on by UMM adjunct faculty member Duance Ingalls).

Chamber Singers Concert
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Women: 5:30 p.m.

Men: 7:30 p.m.

Basketball vs. EMCC

Open to UMM students.

Minute to Win It
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Shakespeare sonnets, performance pieces by Heather Woodbury, "The Sandbox" by Edward Albee, and "The Four Yorkshiremen" by members of Monty Python.

Theatre Class: Short Works
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Live broadcast of Radio Theatre on WUMM 91.7 FM (or online at www.machias.edu/wumm)

2 p.m. – "Under Milk Wood" by Dylan Thomas

6 p.m. – Works by Ray Bradbury, Norman Corwin, and Abbot and Costello (the immortal "Who's On First?" routine, in both the original version and a Shakespearean adaptation)

Radio Theatre on WUMM

Women: 2 p.m.

Men: 4 p.m.

Basketball vs. SMCC

Live broadcast of Radio Theatre on WUMM 91.7 FM (or online at www.machias.edu/wumm)

2 p.m. – "Under Milk Wood" by Dylan Thomas

6 p.m. – Works by Ray Bradbury, Norman Corwin, and Abbot and Costello (the immortal "Who's On First?" routine, in both the original version and a Shakespearean adaptation)

Radio Theatre on WUMM
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Open to UMM students.

Stress Free Zone
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Join us on Wednesday, Dec. 19 at Noon or 5pm in Portside (Kimball Hall) to view three student films from UMM's Digital Video Production/Downeast Documentary class. 

Here are brief descriptions of each film:

1. UMM Student Life: UMM students talk about what life is like at UMM, from their own perspective.

2. CCLC: Community, Culture, Learning & Change: This film explores how the CCLC (Cobscook Community Learning Center) serves as a catalyst for change and affects culture and community in Downeast Maine.

3. The Time We Are Given: This is a self-reflexive, ethnographic documentary about the interesting and unique Carter family.

This event is FREE and open to the public.

Student Documentary Film Screenings

Join us on Wednesday, Dec. 19 at Noon or 5pm in Portside (Kimball Hall) to view three student films from UMM's Digital Video Production/Downeast Documentary class. 

Here are brief descriptions of each film:

1. UMM Student Life: UMM students talk about what life is like at UMM, from their own perspective.

2. CCLC: Community, Culture, Learning & Change: This film explores how the CCLC (Cobscook Community Learning Center) serves as a catalyst for change and affects culture and community in Downeast Maine.

3. The Time We Are Given: This is a self-reflexive, ethnographic documentary about the interesting and unique Carter family.

This event is FREE and open to the public.

Student Documentary Film Screenings
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Annual UMM Community Holiday Party - Thursday, December 20, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m., Kimball Hall, Portside.

There will be children's games, prizes, and cookie decorating. Finger foods served and beverages will be served.

We will once again be collecting non-perishable food items during the Holiday Party to donate to the Machias Area Food Pantry.

Community Holiday Party
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