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Harbor of Spies:  A Novel of Historic Havana is an historical suspense novel set in Cuba at the height of the Civil War.  Havana was then alive with blockade runners, spies and slave traders.  Robin Lloyd’s illustrated talk with period paintings, lithographs and photographs will reveal the history and inspiration behind his new seafaring novel and show period images of old Havana, its harbor, the ships that formed the Naval blockade in the Gulf of Mexico and those that dared to try to pass through it. The talk will tell the story of Cuba’s role in the American Civil War and reveal why Havana was one of the most important foreign ports supplying the Confederacy. A book signing will follow the talk.

Location: Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington Street Bath, ME. | Start: 4/25/2019 6:00:00 PM End:
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Warm up this winter spending time by the fireside with your fellow wedding vendors. Maria Northcott, founder of the Maine Wedding Network, is hosting a series of Fireside Chats which will take place at her house in Bath. Join her and a group of colleagues for a small-group, facilitated discussion on a range of topics relevant to professionals in the wedding community in Maine.  Breakfasty food, coffee and tea will be provided for the morning chat and savory snacks and wine for the evening chat. Ample time will be provided for networking. These chats, which are limited to only 12 people, sell out quickly so register early to save your spot by the fire!  The topic for February is: Mastering Social Media We are so fortunate to have social media marketing available to us! It's free to use but takes time and energy to master. In this Fireside Chat we'll be discussing strategies, tips and tricks for using social media to market your business. If you struggle keeping up with Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest (and forget about Twitter!) then come to this Chat and pick up helpful ideas. If you have already mastered the art of marketing using social apps then come and share your wisdom. Everyone is welcome!  Food | Drinks | Great Conversation | Networking | #FiresideChat Tickets are non-refundable, but are transferable to another guest for the same date. See all the event FAQs here. 

Location: Maria's House 425 Old Brunswick Road Bath, ME. | Start: 2/12/2019 9:00:00 AM End:
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Warm up this winter spending time by the fireside with your fellow wedding vendors. Maria Northcott, founder of the Maine Wedding Network, is hosting a series of Fireside Chats which will take place at her house in Bath. Join her and a group of colleagues for a small-group, facilitated discussion on a range of topics relevant to professionals in the wedding community in Maine.  Breakfasty food, coffee and tea will be provided for the morning chat and savory snacks and wine for the evening chat. Ample time will be provided for networking. These chats, which are limited to only 12 people, sell out quickly so register early to save your spot by the fire!  The topic for February is: Mastering Social Media We are so fortunate to have social media marketing available to us! It's free to use but takes time and energy to master. In this Fireside Chat we'll be discussing strategies, tips and tricks for using social media to market your business. If you struggle keeping up with Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest (and forget about Twitter!) then come to this Chat and pick up helpful ideas. If you have already mastered the art of marketing using social apps then come and share your wisdom. Everyone is welcome!  Food | Drinks | Great Conversation | Networking | #FiresideChat Tickets are non-refundable, but are transferable to another guest for the same date. See all the event FAQs here. 

Location: Maria's House 425 Old Brunswick Road Bath, ME. | Start: 2/13/2019 6:00:00 PM End:
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Navigating Mid-Coast Maine  Cruising the coastal waters of Maine can be fun, especially when you know how to read a nautical chart so you miss all those rocks and arrive safely at your destination. This course is taught by members of the US Coast Guard Auxiliary and serves as an introduction to navigation using The Three Rivers Chart (#13293). This way you'll become familiar with the coastal waters of our local region between Small Point and Pemaquid before ever setting sail. This course gives you the essential tools to make boating more enjoyable. First, you'll learn the basics about the information found on nautical charts. Second, you'll learn about navigation aids (they’re on the charts and on the water) so you can use them to cruise safely. Third, you'll learn how to plan cruises and understand the information found on charts (e.g. buoys, lights, water depth) and to use them while cruising the area. Students will learn terms such as true and magnetic headings, variation, lines of position, chart symbols, piloting, latitude and longitude, dead reckoning, and aids to navigation and be able to use these skills to safely plan and plot a trip.  The Three Rivers chart (#13293) and a copy of a chapter on navigation principles are included. A parallel ruler and dividers are needed and can be purchased separately at our Museum Store. This class meets on Tuesday & Thursday evenings starting on May 21 through May 30, 2019 from 6:00-8:00pm.                                                         

Location: Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington Street Bath, ME. | Start: 5/21/2019 6:00:00 PM End:
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Suddenly in Command! What would you do if you found yourself suddenly in command when the skipper is incapacitated? This is the ideal course for those who enjoy boating but are not often at the helm. Boating problems and emergencies can occur, and you may find yourself suddenly in command. How can you get help? How can you get to shore? What can you do if boating mishaps arise? This course covers some essential boating information about what to do in these situations. Topics include pre-underway planning, developing situational awareness, understanding how boats handle, VHF radio introduction including  how to get help in an emergency, Coast Guard required safety equipment and regulations, and accident assessment and reporting.  This course is taught by members of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. This class meets Monday, April 22, 2019 and Wednesday, April 24, 2019  from 6 - 8pm. All required materials are included in the course fee.                                                      

Location: Maine Maritime Museum 243 Washington Street Bath, ME. | Start: 4/22/2019 6:00:00 PM End:
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