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Busting the Box Office

Watermark Box Office up 22.57% for 2017 Summer Season

Watermark Theatre is thrilled to announce that box office revenue for the recently completed 2017 summer season was up by an impressive 22.57% over last year. 334 more words

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A Taste of Rosh Hashanah

This year, I developed a “newsletter” to hand out to those gathering with us for Rosh Hashanah (Feast of Trumpets/Yom Teruah). My aim was to appeal to both seasoned and new Torah keepers by giving them just enough to spark more study and discussion. 63 more words


Update: Sukkot on the Beach

Due to the recent storms, registration has been extended to September 22nd, 2017. There is still time to book your room and register. Catering will no longer be offered or required for Sabbath days or Oct 10th. 93 more words

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All Aboard for Players Tour

History will come alive when our Confederation Players visit Ottawa, ON from Sept 16th – 18th and Fredericton, NB on Sept. 24th – 25th. This troupe of costumed, young, bilingual Canadians, trained as the Fathers and Ladies of Confederation, will be making stops in both cities to provide people with a glimpse into the cultural and historical context of the Charlottetown Conference. 356 more words

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Appointment Etiquette at the MFD Writing Center in the ACE.

By Sabrina

We are four weeks into the semester and our schedule is filling up!

Just a reminder that the best option is always to… 432 more words


News Flash: IMMIGRATION; Deferred Action for Children Arrivals (DACA) protest engagement held without City Administration knowledge or Permit?

I attended a staging of people that are looking for answers. But, are not taking in the information in the answer.

Along the upper Lisbon Street, Lewiston, Maine on the once 1950’s through 1970’s Miracle Mile there was a protest. 297 more words


THE "NIGHT EATERS" REARING THEIR HEAD'S AGAIN IN LEWISTON, MAINE COMMUNITY and SCHOOLS!" Click, on anything red and hope it is not a "Night Eater" with your blood.

They say that no good deed goes unpunished.

As, I lay in bed while writing this. And, remembering they said that the “Night Eaters” began their infestation in Lewiston and Auburn, Maine through the charitable efforts of the local Trinity Episcopal Church at the corner of Bates and Spruce Street in Lewiston, Maine. 401 more words