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Health Events in Maine December 7 to December 14

Health Events in Maine December 7 to December 14
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7

Open House

Graceful Awakening Massage & Energywork and Blissed Out Massage Therapy
6 Main Street
Gray

Taking Time Out From a Busy Schedule

Taking Time Out From a Busy Schedule

For the past three months I’ve been taking some courses at the University of Southern Maine. It has been a wonderful, wonderful experience and the beginning of a journey that I expect will take several years. 

One of the things I’ve already learned is that I may only be able to take one course a semester because right now I’m also committed to my work — writing Catching Health, among other things. Taking two classes, one that meets all day long every Monday and another that meets every Tuesday and Thursday morning, has messed up my normal routine. So … what do you suppose I’ve given up these past three months?  Read more ...

Movies: "Dallas Buyers Club"

Movies: "Dallas Buyers Club"

 

In his earlier film career, Matthew McConaughey seemed lazy and laid-back, letting his well-toned body do most of the acting for him.   But with this year’s “Mud” and now “Dallas Buyers Club,” he is putting all he’s got into his craft, even dropping almost 40 pounds to play the whippet-thin AIDS patient Ron Woodroof.

 

It's a King Tide Party and You're Invited

It's a King Tide Party and You're Invited

In my 2D Design class, we've learned about more than creating good design. We also learned something about nature's designs and the impact we humans can have when we try to intervene.

Our professor, Jan Piribeck, is involved in the Envisioning Change project, which aims to visualize sea level change in Portland and the Casco Bay region over about a 200- year period — from 1900 to 2100. Read more ...

Health Events in Maine December 2 to December 7

Health Events in Maine December 2 to December 7
MONDAY, DECEMBER 2

Memory Café/Kennebunk

Seed & Bean Café
154 Alfred Road
Kennebunk

Movies: "12 Years A Slave"

Movies: "12 Years A Slave"

 

“The past is never dead,” wrote William Faulkner.  “It’s not even past.”  That old Southerner’s observation certainly holds true for this movie, in which we are called upon to witness the ugly truth of America’s original sin, and are left wondering how much of it still lives on in some hearts and minds.

 

Health Events in Maine November 26 to December 2

Health Events in Maine November 26 to December 2

It's a slow week as far as health events go ... I think it has something to do with Thanksgiving!

If you know of any events, please let me know and I'll put them on the Catching Health Calendar.

Memory Cafés have been springing up all over the state of Maine and there are several this week.