Backyard layout talk
BAR HARBOR — The Beatrix Farrand Society’s program time at Garland Farm concludes on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at 4 p.m. with “Winterland: Create a Attractive Back garden for Each and every Year.” The speaker is Cathy Rees.
“Winterland” was published for northern gardeners and designers who want to rejoice their out of doors spaces all through the winter months. In her discuss, Rees will focus on structure procedures to make use of, components to emphasize and gardening practices to adopt that will make a garden more engaging in the course of the winter and all through the other seasons.
Registration is asked for. The charge is $10 for associates and $20 for nonmembers. Learners are admitted totally free. All packages are also offered on the internet through Zoom.
For details, visit www.beatrixfarrandsociety.org/programs.
BAR HARBOR — Hidden in the jungles of Cambodia for a thousand several years, the Angkor Empire is yet again disclosed in its majestic temples and intricate bas reliefs.
Jesup Memorial Library will host a chat by Bob Thayer on Angkor Wat on Thursday, Sept. 15, at 7 p.m.
Angkor Wat is the most significant these kinds of temple in the environment and one of lots of in the location around Siem Reap. Thayer’s application presents a sample of the natural beauty and heritage of these temples.
For much more data, call the library at (207) 288-4245.
Wild mushroom lecture
Winter HARBOR — The Schoodic Institute is web hosting a lecture titled “Wild Mushrooms in Maine: Coming into a Planet of Ponder and Ecological Treasure” on Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 7 p.m.
The speaker is Greg Marley, writer of “Mushrooms for Wellness: Medicinal Secrets and techniques of Northeastern Fungi” and the award-profitable “Chanterelle Dreams, Amanita Nightmares: The Enjoy, Lore, and Mystic of Mushrooms.”
Marley has been gathering, finding out, feeding on, developing and instructing mushrooms for more than 45 yrs. He has spread his really like of mushrooms to hundreds as a result of walks, talks and lessons held across the New England over the earlier 30 a long time.
For extra facts, get in touch with (207) 288-1310 or stop by www.schoodicinstitute.org.
Bagaduce Chorale to start slide season
BLUE HILL — The Bagaduce Chorale will start off rehearsals for its fall year on at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 19.
The chorale is welcoming new singers and returning users. Rehearsals will be on Monday evenings at Bagaduce New music Rehearsal Hall at 49 South St. in Blue Hill and will operate from 7-9 p.m. by Dec. 12. Holiday concerts will be on the weekend of Dec. 16 in Bar Harbor and Blue Hill.
All singers are welcome with no auditions required. Arrive early to indication in and
obtain music. The membership rate is $60, and all singers should sign up online at www.bagaducechorale.org. At this time, masking in the course of rehearsals will be optional, issue to adjust centered upon CDC recommendations.
For more facts, go online to the group’s website or email [email protected].
In an article in the Aug. 25 difficulty titled “Celebrating 40 many years of Island Artisans,” a photograph of pottery was attributed to the improper artist. The accurate artist is Kaitlyn Miller.