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BBACC Connects
February 1, 2018
Last Week's poll results: Oops last week's poll was the same as the week before. You said you did the majority of your grocery shopping in the winter at Hannaford!

Have you ever been to Frost Fest, a Chamber event dedicated to providing a fun, healthy, invigorating cold weather experience for children and their families in our local community?
Take the poll at the bottom of the newsletter.

Please remember to always share your news with us by emailing  office@bucksportbaychamber.com .
Frost Fest is an annual winter celebration held in Bucksport during February school vacation. Activities this year will be on Saturday, February 17, 2018 at the ice skating rink on Miles Lane in Bucksport.

An old fashioned ice skating party will have music, skating & dancing and will kick it off at 11am. Other activities include a snow sculpture competition brought to us by Seaboard Federal Credit Union and miniature golf in a course made of SNOW! To rent a putter and a ball is $5, under 5 years old FREE. 

Phil Smith, master magician, entertains children, and adults. He entertains at homes, schools, and many other settings from Maine to Boston and beyond. Smith is a ‘kid at heart,’ which makes his magic dazzle everyone. Phil Smith of Abracadabra Productions will be at Frost Fest from 12 AM to 2 PM for Strolling interactive magical experiences. 

Funds raised support the Bucksport YMCA and the Bucksport Bay Area Chamber of Commerce. All the fun will wrap up at 3pm when the snow sculptures will be judged and the winner awarded their prize!

Our Community PTO will be joining us this year and will be selling warm food and drinks. All proceeds of food and drink sales benefit the PTO who assist with the needs and wants of the students and staff throughout the school year.

We hope to provide a fun, healthy, invigorating cold weather experience for children and their families in our local communities. This event helps us demonstrate that our multi-faceted communities are active destinations for those looking for exciting and diverse activities during the winter months.

To become a Frost Fest partner please contact the Bucksport Bay Area Chamber of Commerce at 207.469.6818 or email office@bucksportbaychamber.com.

Visit our website or Facebook page for more information
PCT Communications Wear Red Day
Join PCT Communications and support the American Heart Association!! Wear Red on Friday, February 2nd, POST a picture to their Facebook Event and PCT will donate $5 for each person's post.

ALSO, come into any PCT location and purchase a device, and we will donate $5 for each device sold on Friday! Show your support and wear red!
Wear Red Day at BRHC
Bucksport Regional Health Center is holding a Wear Red Day event to celebrate the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day, Friday, February 2, from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., at BRHC, 110 Broadway, Bucksport, to raise awareness of heart disease in women.

There will be Zumba dancing, nail painting, massages, yoga and deep breathing, health education demos and screenings, sampling of delicious and healthy foods, prizes and giveaways. Everyone who wears red will be entered into a drawing for prizes.
Senior Meals Calendar & Center Activities
Aerobics 8-9am 
Knitting and Crocheting 9:30-11am
Skip-Bo Cards 9:30-11am 
"3-13" Cards 12:30-2pm
Poker & Hand and Foot Cards 5:30-9pm
Bridge Games - 6:30pm (not during the summer months)

Evening Bingo 5:45-8pm
Day Quilters - 1st Tuesday 9am to 3pm

Aerobics 8-9am 
Skip-Bo Cards 9:30-11am
Scrabble 12:15-2pm

Bridge 12:30-4pm
Poker & Scat/31 Cards 5:30-9pm

Aerobics 8-9am 
Skip-Bo Cards 10-11am
Playing at the Alamo Theatre...
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Sponsored by The Sweets
February 2-4, 2018  
115 minutes

A darkly comedic drama from Academy Award® winner Martin McDonagh (IN BRUGES). After months have passed without a culprit in her daughter's murder case, Mildred Hayes (Academy Award® winner Frances McDormand) makes a bold move, commissioning three signs leading into her town with a controversial message directed at William Willoughby (Academy Award® nominee Woody Harrelson), the town's revered chief of police. When his second-in-command Officer Dixon (Sam Rockwell), an immature mother's boy with a penchant for violence, gets involved, the battle between Mildred and Ebbing's law enforcement is only exacerbated.

Fri 2 Feb, 6:00pm
Fri 2 Feb, 8:30pm
Sat 3 Feb, 6:00pm
Sat 3 Feb, 8:30pm
Sun 4 Feb, 2:00pm*
Sun 4 Feb, 6:00pm

General Admission $8
Students/Seniors $7
Members $5

*The Sunday matinees will feature OPEN CAPTIONS
Help SSCL Win!
Stockton Springs Library
Stockton Springs Community Library Included in 2018 Bangor Savings Bank’s “Community Matters More” Campaign

Bangor Savings Bank “Community Matters More” voting begins on February 1st.

Bangor Savings Bank will be giving away more than $100,000 to 45 local nonprofits and your vote determines who gets the $5,000 awards. You can help us win a $5,000 grant by voting for the Stockton Springs Community Library!

The Stockton Springs Community Library is an all-volunteer library that serves as a community center for the town and surrounding towns. 

The mission of Stockton Springs Community Library (SSCL) is:

1.   To create educational and historical resources for people of all ages in Stockton Springs and surrounding communities.

2.   2. To promote and encourage reading for pleasure and learning.

3.   3. To enrich lives by offering a constantly updated, high quality collection of variety print and non-print materials in an organized, inclusive, friendly environment.

Your vote is important to us, so please stop by Bangor Savings Bank and cast your vote for the Stockton Springs Community Library or visit www.bangor.com/cmm.
Paint n Sip at Lighthouse Arts Center
Relax, enjoy a glass of wine, and paint as you are guided by our instructor!

The painting projects change from month to month but the basic design is as simple or complex as you wish to make it. We will update the project each month on Facebook.

Painting and having fun!

The fee for this class is $40 if you preregister, or $45 at the door. The fee covers one glass of wine and all art supplies needed. If you do not wish to drink, the fee is $30 if you preregister, or $35 at the door.

for more information please contact the Lighthouse Arts Center:
Phone: (207) 702-9135
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Participate in the BMS Voice 2 Voice Poetry Contest by reading a poem to Students!
In collaboration with Opera House Arts, 5th grade ELA classes at Bucksport Middle School are participating in the Voice 2 Voice poetry declamation contest, which kicked off the morning of 1/19 with a visit by Maine’s Poet Laureate, Stuart Kestenbaum. Mr. Kestenbaum spoke about why he writes poetry, where he finds his inspiration, and how to get on “poetry time.” He also shared some of his poems, including the first poem he wrote many years ago as a 5th grader!

Voice 2 Voice is part of our year-long theme of “Telling Our Stories” and is focused on the speaking and listening standards in the ELA curriculum and providing students an opportunity to learn and practice public speaking skills. The project begins with a 30-day poetry recitation run where students hear one poem read aloud each day from the project’s anthology of 30 poems. After the recitation run, a teaching artist will visit throughout the month of March to help student select, analyze, memorize, and present a poem. Students will connect their voice to the voice of the poet through the poem. Winners from the class round will perform their poems for the school and three winners will travel to the Stonington Opera House to compete against students from other Hancock County schools in April.

Our goal is to invite community members in to read the poems as part of the recitation run so that the students can hear a variety of voices from our community and see that poetry is something that people from all walks of life are interested in. The recitation run stretches from 1/19 to 3/2 and would involve a 5 to 45 minute commitment, depending on how many classes the speaker reads to, so there is a lot of flexibility to work around people's busy schedules. If you are interested please contact Todd West, Principal of the Bucksport Middle School.
Phone: 207-469-6647
IRS News
The Internal Revenue Service and its partners across the country remind taxpayers about the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) on EITC Awareness Day. January 26th marked the 12th year of this awareness campaign to alert millions of low- and moderate-income workers who may be missing out on this significant tax credit.

There are more than 250 total outreach events and activities scheduled to promote EITC Awareness around the country. 

Millions of taxpayers who earned $53,930 or less during 2017 may qualify for EITC for the first time, making awareness critical. Local officials and community organizations nationwide hold events on EITC Awareness Day highlighting this key tax benefit.

Workers, self-employed individuals and farmers who earned $53,930 or less last year could receive larger refunds if they qualify for the EITC. Eligible families with three or more qualifying children could get a maximum credit of up to $6,318. 

For those without a qualifying child, they could get up to $510. Unlike most deductions and credits, the EITC is refundable. This means those eligible may get a refund from the IRS even if they owe no tax. In 2017, almost 27 million taxpayers received over $65 billion in EITC. The average amount of EITC received was $2,445.

The IRS recommends that all workers who earned $54,000 or less learn about EITC eligibility and use the EITC Assistant to find out if they qualify. 

By law the IRS cannot issue refunds before mid-February for tax returns that claim the EITC or the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC). The IRS must hold the entire refund — even the portion not associated with EITC or ACTC. This change helps ensure taxpayers receive the refund they deserve and gives the agency more time to detect and prevent errors and fraud.
The IRS expects the earliest EITC/ACTC related refunds to be in taxpayer bank accounts or debit cards starting Feb. 27, 2018, if they chose direct deposit and there are no issues with the tax return.

Yoga with Naomi 
Beginner-Friendly Healing Hatha Yoga
Orland: Tuesdays
Gentle, beginner-friendly yoga classes for adults and teens.

Tuesday nights, 6:30-7:30 p.m. 
Orland Community Center, Room 20
$12 to drop in
$50 for 5 classes
Discounts for first-responders
Free to cancer patients, survivors, and their caregivers

Bucksport: Wednesdays
Every Wednesday, our longest-running Yoga with Naomi class meets from 3:30-4:30 p.m. at Bucksport Regional Health Center in Bucksport. Gentle, warm and friendly, this class is a welcoming space for yogis of any ability, age, or body type.

Bucksport Regional Health Center
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Gentle, healing hatha
Mats and props provided.
Everyone welcome.
$12 to drop in for a single class.
Sign up at the start of a 5-week series and pay $50 for 5 classes.
Ellsworth: Tuesdays & Thursdays
These classes are gentle, healing hatha classes; free and open to cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers. Call the Center at 207-664-0339 or email info@bethwrightcancercenter.org. You can find us at 23 Commerce Park in Ellsworth. Drop-in any time.

4 - 5 p.m.
Gentle, healing hatha
Mats and props provided.
Everyone welcome.
No cost.

1 - 2 p.m.
Gentle, healing hatha
Mats and props provided.
Everyone welcome.
No cost.

David Walker also teaches a Beth Wright-sponsored gentle yoga class for cancer patients and survivors at Blue Hill Yoga on Mondays 3-4 p.m. There is no cost for the class and all are welcome.
Bucksport Regional Health Center Balance Class
Many older adults experience concerns about falling and restrict their activities. A MATTER OF BALANCE is an award-winning program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels. This program emphasizes practical strategies to manage falls. 

You will learn to: 
  • view falls as controllable
  • set goals for increasing activity
  • make changes to reduce fall risks at home
  • exercise to increase strength and balance

Who should attend?
  • anyone concerned about falls
  • anyone interested in improving balance, flexibility and strength
  • anyone who has fallen in the past
  • anyone who has restricted activities because of falling concerns

Bucksport Regional Health Center 
110 Broadway, Bucksport
Starting February 9, 2018
This FREE class meets once per week for 8 weeks, February 9th through March 30th

To register or for more information contact Eastern Area Agency on Aging at 941.2865 or 1.800.432.7812
Time to take Action! with Bucksport Heart & Soul in February
Please join Bucksport Heart & Soul in February for two "Time for Action" workshops, also called “Clicker Events." You will record your vote with a click on your keypad for the feasibility and impact of the citizen-generated ideas. As a community, we will create an Action Plan that sets us up to accomplish our dreams of the best Bucksport. 

Every Click will Count at these events which will use anonymous electronic keypad voting with Immediate results available on each item.

Each workshop will vote on a different list of forty ideas for action.The list of ideas for action will be made available prior to the events. We welcome your attendance at both events.

WHEN: February 10, 2018, 9:30 am-12:30 am and February 28, 5:30 pm-8:30 pm.

WHERE: Both workshops will be held at the Heart & Soul headquarters on Main Street, Bucksport.

WHY: To work with Jane LaFleur, Community Heart & Soul Coach, alongside the citizens and community organizations to identify the interest, benefit, and potential leadership for these many community ideas!

Refreshments and childcare will be provided.
2nd Annual LulaPosh Valentine's Spectacular!
2nd Annual LuLaPosh event.
Right “On Main” at Bookstacks.
February 10th from 12-3pm.
Pre-packaged goodies and bundle deals. Wrapped or Packaged for your Valentine. Shop local, grab a book or Wine while you’re there, to add to your package. Perfect, one stop shopping. 
Bookstacks will also be having a Wine tasting directly after our event at 4pm. So, come on down, shop for your favorite Valentine right on Main Street. #shoplocal #smallbusiness #onestopshop #Bucksport💜
Bucksport United Methodist Church Breakfast Buffet
The Bucksport United Methodist Church, at 71 Franklin Street, Bucksport, will host a Breakfast Buffet on Saturday, February 10th, from 6:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m.

This All-You-Care-To-Eat meal features many delicious entrees, beverages and homemade baked goods. The cost is $8 for adults, $4 for children, and $25 for a family of four or more. 

For more information, please call the church office at 469-3622, or Ed Petravicz at 469-9979.
My Thrill Studio Hosts a Voiceover Training Workshop
My Thrill Studio will be hosting a Voiceover Training Workshop offered by Voice Coaches of Albany N.Y. on Monday, February 12th. This is being offered as an RSU 22 Adult Ed workshop. The hours are 6:30-9 and the cost is $25. One may contact the studio at 223-5082 or e-mail mfrancis@mythrillstudio.com for further info or may register by contacting the RSU 22 Adult Ed office at 862-6422. On line registrants would go to http://orono-hampden.maineadulted.org/

Getting Paid to Talk, Making Money with your Voice

Whether you've been told you have a great voice, had compliments on your speaking style, or use effective communication in a current profession, this workshop will give you a behind-the-scenes look at how people make money every day with their voices. 

From audio books and training material, cartoons, documentaries, commercials and more, this workshop will introduce you to the growing field of voice-over. Today, opportunities for voice professionals have increased dramatically and unlike a decade ago, the range of voices cast for these opportunities continue to grow. Skilled voice professionals are more in demand than ever before.

Join us to learn what the pros look for and how to avoid many common mistakes. We'll help you avoid web-based pitfalls and instead develop an action plan designed to build lasting success close to home! We’ll discuss industry pros and cons, answer questions, and play samples from working voice professionals. We'll also give you an opportunity to record a short script under the direction of your instructor.

This seminar is fun, realistic, and a great first step for anyone interested in the voice over field.
Making Maine Work 2018: Business Leader Survey
The Maine State Chamber of Commerce, Educate Maine, and the Maine Development Foundation are partnering on a business survey to identify the investments and policies that are needed to support the strengthening of our workforce as well as long-term economic growth in the state. This survey is a follow-up to the Making Maine Work survey that was conducted in 2010 with more than 1,000 business leaders. We look forward to seeing how far we've come in meeting the needs expressed eight years ago.

Based on the findings from the survey and review of existing conditions and policies, the group will articulate a common vision and develop a set of goals with specific action steps to move Maine forward. The call to action will be used to shape the upcoming gubernatorial elections.

We are inviting you to complete this survey and share your thoughts on the key issues impacting economic growth in Maine.

You may have received this invitation from more than one source. PLEASE COMPLETE THE SURVEY ONLY ONCE, so that we do not double count responses. We appreciate your understanding of any cross-posting.

The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. Please respond by February 7, 2018.

Start the survey by clicking on this link: Maine Business Survey (or paste https://www.research.net/r/5XQL7LB into your browser)

Thank you for your time and attention to complete the survey and for your commitment to Maine's future. Your participation is vital to this work! Please contact Melanie Baillargeon at melanieb@mainechamber.org with any questions or concerns.

Best regards,
Yellow Breen, President & CEO, Maine Development Foundation
Dana Connors, President, Maine State Chamber of Commerce
Ed Cervone, Executive Director, Educate Maine
State Workforce System Offers Help Finding and Training Employees
Employers in Maine are already thinking ahead to the coming summer, and many are wondering where they will find the workers needed for a successful season.

Other employers are looking even further ahead, wondering how they are going to find enough skilled labor to expand and develop their businesses over the long term.

The Maine Department of Labor and its workforce system partners across the state are can assist Maine employers in finding answers to these questions.

Whether you need your existing workers to be trained in higher levels of skill, or whether you are seeking new employees to fill out your schedule, there are ideas and programs we can offer that are intended to help. Some solutions are available at no cost to employers.

Whether you are looking to hire one person; whether you need to increase the skills of 50 existing workers; or whether you just don’t know where to find any number of qualified employees, we should talk.

To find out more about how we might help develop your workforce future in 21st century Maine, despite the shortages in labor and skills we all face, call David Grima at 596-2600 or e-mail david.m.grima@maine.gov at the Rockland CareerCenter.
Main Street Bucksport
Bridge the Gap Race April 8, 2018
Held annually since 2012, Bridge the Gap has quickly gained popularity as one of Eastern Maine's rites of spring!

In 2017 Crow Athletics became the newest caretakers of this important community event, and changed the course slightly; both races continue to start at Fort Knox in Prospect, and cross the stunning Penobscot Narrows Bridge. The 10-Miler tours Verona Island from west to east, while the 3-Miler follows the scenic river walk. Both races finish on Main Street in the heart of downtown Bucksport!

We have been working closely Main Street Bucksport and we are thrilled to bring this race into their friendly downtown! In addition to hosting another successful race, our goals include encouraging runners (and their friends and family) to spend money in this former mill town that is working hard to revitalize itself -- there are so many exciting new businesses in town!

The first 300 who register or by March 1 (whichever comes first) will receive a commemorative sublimated beanie at bib pick-up from Atayne, Maine's performance outfitter; inspiring positive environmental and social change through the power of active lifestyles.

International Maritime Film Festival
Submit your film today to the...
International Maritime Film Festival
Now in its 3rd year, the International Maritime Film Festival is a juried contest of films celebrating the heritage, spirit of adventure, and ingenuity of boats and waterborne pursuits. It is the premier event for maritime-themed film making. This year's festival will take place from September 28-30 at the historic Alamo Theatre in downtown Bucksport, Maine. 

Submissions opened Friday, January 26. To submit your film, visit the festival's website. 

Consider supporting the festival by forwarding this email to friends and colleagues that might be interested.

Love Stories BY Mainers
Wednesday on Main and WERU Community Radio Present Storytellers: 'Love Stories BY Mainers'
The Alamo Theatre
Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Halfway through winter means longer days, dreams of spring, and of course, Valentine’s Day. Having paid our dues for surviving the season so far, we’re all ready for some LOVE, and we’ve got just the thing. Wednesday On Main and WERU Community Radio present a winter Wednesday night of storytelling – laughter, tears, horror and more when these gifted tellers of tales share Love Stories by Mainers. This event may not be kid friendly, so grownups only!

Suggested donations of $10 gratefully accepted at the door-show your LOVE because half of the donations go to WERU COMMUNITY RADIO!!

For more information, contact Paula Kee at 207-266- 7999 or browse the websites:
Learn to make Herbal Salve
Friday, February 16
Buck's Mills Rod & Gun Club
Bucksmills Road, Bucksport

This introductory class is hosted and put on by the Bucksmill's Rod & Gun Club. 
The Class is $2 for club members and $4 for non members. 

In this class you can learn to make your own herbal salve. The salve can be used for lip balm, cuts, bug bites, poison ivy, and rashes. 
Each participant will leave with a sample of salve and the knowledge of how it was made. 

Space is limited so please email Nicole Dyer at nicolevdyer@gmail.com to reserve your spot!
Dave's Auto is Hiring in Ellsworth
Looking to hire an experienced mechanic for our Ellsworth location. Must have inspection license and clean driving record. Pay will be commensurate with experience. Also looking for part time tow truck drivers must have clean driving record and be 21 years of age. Apply in person at our Ellsworth location 231 Bucksport Road Ellsworth
Thank you Cheri! Your leadership was inspirational and Great Pond Mountain Trust was very fortunate to have you at the helm. Wonderful wishes to you and for your next adventure.
"It's been a fantastic 12 years at the helm of a great organization - and we couldn't have done all we did without our members, donors, volunteers and staff. Happy 25th anniversary, GPMCT! I'm stepping down as Executive Director and moving on as of Jan. 31, but I wish you all continued success in conserving all the special places you love in our corner of Maine. Happy trails! That's me, Cheri Domina, on the right, with Jennifer Riefler a mere ten years ago." --Cheri
Winter Fun Day at GPMCT February 18
Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018
Start: 12 noon
Registration: starts at 11 a.m.

Location: Great Pond Mountain Wildlands, accessed via Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery, off Route 1 in East Orland

A 4.4-mile run and walk on snowshoes (or not), on snow-covered dirt roads and a bit of single track trail with plenty of up and down running. You can expect the chance encounter of wildlife including moose. Footing is rough at best for much of this run and there are hills to climb and small stream crossings to maneuver around. Distance may be modified based on conditions the day of the event. The course will be clearly marked with orange and red flagging.

This run is only for the type of person who knows what to expect and prepares for an off-road event year round. This is a winter event and subject to extreme cold. Dress appropriately.

For questions and information, please contact Peter John Keeney, 35 Greeley Avenue, Bar Harbor, Maine 04609, 207-288-3909 and pktrldrt@myfairpoint.net

Thanks to our sponsor: Peacock Builders!
Sunday, February 18 
10:00am to 11:30am 
OR 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Location: Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery Visitor Center
Ever wonder what animals do in winter? Who made those tracks in the snow? Join Julianne Taylor for Winter Animal Forensics! Learn how to identify animals active during the winter months and the amazing adaptations that help them survive. There will be a scavenger hunt and the chance to make and take home a track casting. 

Space is limited, so pre-register at julianne@greatpondtrust.org or 469-6929. Come prepared to be outside, snow or no-snow! Sponsored by Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust and the Explore Outdoors! Program.
Annual Ice Fishing Derby
Sunday, February 18
7:00am to 3:00pm
Silverlake, Silverlake Road, Bucksport

Please join us for the Annual Bucksmill's Rod & Gun Club Ice Fishing Derby!

1st place Prize of $50 & 2nd place Prize of $25 for the following categories: 
Bass, Perch, Pickerel

$2 for children 15 an under
$5 for those 16 and over
$10 for a family.

*2 trap limit per person. 

This event will also offer the sale of food and 50/50 raffle tickets!
Candlelight Restorative Yoga
Yoga with Naomi's next special candlelight restorative yoga class will be Sunday, February 18th, 4-5:30 p.m. at the Orland Community Center. Come and let me help your body ease into the deepest part of the winter.

$22 per person
Subsidies available for cancer patients, survivors, and their caregivers. Ask me how!
Space is limited. You must pre-pay and pre-register. (No refunds, unless you can find someone to take your place.)
Succulent Plant & Sip Party at The Local Variety!
Join us Thursday, March 8th for a night of fun, learning & getting your hands a little dirty! Prepare to become addicted to succulents!

Enjoy a Beginners Succulent Planting Class from 6-7pm with Lauren from Mainely Succulents. This interactive class will walk you through choosing, planting and caring for your own succulent creation. Each attendee will take home their own individual succulent masterpiece.

BYOB- we will have some light snickety snacks available & a hot pot of tea, you are more than welcome to bring an adult beverage to enjoy while you plant!

But that's not all! You're also getting a sneak peak at all of our fabulous new retail inventory as we gear up for our March 13th re-opening, and you VIP's will be able to enjoy a private Local Variety shopping experience with your own special 20% off discount on all in-store purchases from 7-8pm!

Limited seating is available so don't wait, order your tickets online now! Cost is $40 and includes everything you need to make your own 'totes adorbs' succulent planting, light snacks and tea!

Share with your friends! Have a fun night out with your friends! We are so excited to bring Lauren from Mainely Succulents to Bucksport for our first Plant and Sip!
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