Events

Business Breakfast Series

This is a monthly series of presentations on a variety of educational business topics. Includes a hot breakfast buffet.

 

This week:

Doing Business in a Digital World

Andrew Silsby, president and CEO of Kennebec Savings Bank, will discuss the importance of building and maintaining customer service in a digital world.

Cost:

Members with registration: $18

General and at door admission: $25

Registration required

Business Breakfast Series

This is a monthly series of presentations on a variety of educational business topics. Includes a hot breakfast buffet.

 

This week:

Honing Your Leadership Style

Ellen Belknap, AIA, president of SMRT, Architects and Engineers will share her ideas on creating opportunities inside and outside your organization.

Cost:

Members with registration: $18

General and at door admission: $25

Registration required

maker space day with jon moulton

What sculptures can be created with using metal fasteners and simple brazing techniques? Find out in this fun maker day with Jon Moulton. Participants will be inspired by the work in the gallery! Kids under 12 will need to be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the program. $20
Scholarships available. Recommended for ages 7+.

 

learning to see with oliver solmitz

In this three-hour workshop the formal elements of art will be introduced.  Thereafter, through the use of individuals own phone cameras, or other digital cameras, each will go out and take fifty photos.  We will then look at the photos through new formal eyes and discuss what we discovered. $15 (Note: this will be in the gallery space and outside)

Instructor: Oliver Solmitz

beginning wheel class- 6 week workshop april

April Beginning Wheel: Thursday April 11, 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16

This six-week pottery class will teach students the basics of throwing clay on the wheel. The class will start with clay basics and expand to creating mugs, bowls, plates, and other objects based on student interest. Skills that will be developed include centering, shaping, trimming, handle making, and decoration and glazing. The instructor will work actively with each student as they navigate all the basic aspects of wheel throwing.

No experience necessary. Registration required. $175

Limit: 6 students

*Prices do not include per ticket handling fees.

Business Breakfast Series

Join Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce for their Business Breakfast Series at Thomas College. This is a monthly series of presentations on a variety of educational business topics. Includes a hot breakfast buffet.

This week:

Failure Demand 201.

Megan Hart, Finance Process Improvement Leader at CIANBRO will dig deeper into how to enhance business processes, measure results and how to make incremental steps to make your team a success. Remember this one last year – it was phenomenal!

Cost:

Members with registration: $18

General and at door admission: $25

Registration required

beginning wheel class- 6 week workshop march SOLD OUT

March Beginning Wheel: Wednesday March 6, 13, 20, 27 April 3, 10

This six-week pottery class will teach students the basics of throwing clay on the wheel. The class will start with clay basics and expand to creating mugs, bowls, plates, and other objects based on student interest. Skills that will be developed include centering, shaping, trimming, handle making, and decoration and glazing. The instructor will work actively with each student as they navigate all the basic aspects of wheel throwing.

No experience necessary. Registration required. $175

Limit: 6 students

*Prices do not include per ticket handling fees.