Calendar

Jul
26
Wed
Author Talk
Jul 26 @ 4:30 pm

Essayist, teacher and lay minister, Richard Wile, discusses his first novel, Requiem in Stones, which deals with the difficult questions about suffering loss.

Jul
28
Fri
Science Lecture Series
Jul 28 @ 7:00 pm

Friends of Taunton Bay and Frenchman Bay Conservancy will again partner to host the Joint 2017 Lecture Series on Fridays at Gordon’s Wharf in Sullivan. The weekly lecture series runs July 7 to August 18 at 7:00 p.m. The lecture series will cover a wide range of topics including the ecological integrity of the region, current conservation efforts, as well as historical and cultural landscape perspectives.

2017 Schedule
July 7: FTB Members Meeting and Of Birds and Beetles: Conserving Biodiversity in a Dynamic World; Mac Hunter – Libra Professor of Conservation Biology in the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology at the University of Maine

July 14: What’s Happening at Schoodic Institute; Mark Berry, President & CEO, Schoodic Institute

July 21: NO LECTURE. Lobster Dinner at Tidal Falls

July 28: Kim Ridley, award-winning author of The Secret Bay and The Secret Pool

August 4: Tide Pooling; Hannah Webber, Education & Project Research Manager, Schoodic Institute

August 11: Erosion in Taunotn Bay and on Mount Desert Island; Steve Perrin, Friends of Taunton Bay

August 18: Protected Lands in Hancock and Washington Counties; Aaron Dority, Frenchman Bay Conservancy and Bob DeForrest, Maine Coast Heritage Trust

Jul
31
Mon
Monday Music at Tidal Falls
Jul 31 @ 6:30 pm

Monday Music at Tidal Falls Preserve, July 31, featuring Night & Day at 6:30 pm. The free Monday Music series is sponsored by Frenchman Bay Conservancy. All concerts are weather permitting. Bring a picnic. Cancellations and announcements are posted on Facebook. More information at: www.frenchmanbay.org

MONDAY MUSIC 2017
July 3 Gus LaCasse
July 10 Flash! In the Pans
July 17 New Shades of Blue
July 24 Michael Anderson – duo or trio
July 31 Night & Day
Aug 7 The Trisha Mason Band
Aug 14 Em & Company

Aug
1
Tue
Celebrate Environmental Stewardship with U.S. Senator George Mitchell August 1, from 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Aug 1 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park invites you to celebrate environmental stewardship with former U.S. Senator George Mitchell, Tuesday, August 1, 2017. Please join us for a public presentation and outdoor reception at Rockefeller Hall at 4:00 pm on the Schoodic Institute campus on Schoodic Peninsula. This event is free and open to the public. No registration is required. Call 207-288-1310 for more information.

Aug
4
Fri
Artist Reception for Christopher S. Tietjen’s “The Acadia Series 2014-2017” August 4, 2017, 7 – 10 pm
Aug 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Please join us for a very special artist’s reception on August 4th at 7:00 PM to celebrate the opening night of Christopher S. Tietjen’s The Acadia Series: 2014-2017 exhibition at the Schoodic Institute (Moore Auditorium). Christopher S. Tietjen is a Philadelphia based, internationally collected artist who has been exploring and interpreting Maine’s coastal landscapes for over a decade. The Acadia Series: 2014-2017 is the culmination of thousands of hours of dedicated plein-air work, exhibited at the source of his inspiration, Acadia National Park. (www.ChristopherTietjen.com). The evening’s program will include a welcome reception with drinks and desserts, a lecture presentation by the award-winning artist; an audience Q&A moderated by Tietjen’s friend and collector, Laura Cutler; and remarks by President and CEO of the Schoodic Institute, Mark Berry. A percentage of sales will benefit the Schoodic Institute’s mission “to advance ecosystem science and learning for all ages through a unique partnership with Acadia National Park.” No registration is required, but you are encouraged to please RSVP by July 21st to JessicaLager@gmail.com. Event is free and open to the public.

Science Lecture Series
Aug 4 @ 7:00 pm

Friends of Taunton Bay and Frenchman Bay Conservancy will again partner to host the Joint 2017 Lecture Series on Fridays at Gordon’s Wharf in Sullivan. The weekly lecture series runs July 7 to August 18 at 7:00 p.m. The lecture series will cover a wide range of topics including the ecological integrity of the region, current conservation efforts, as well as historical and cultural landscape perspectives.

2017 Schedule
July 7: FTB Members Meeting and Of Birds and Beetles: Conserving Biodiversity in a Dynamic World; Mac Hunter – Libra Professor of Conservation Biology in the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology at the University of Maine

July 14: What’s Happening at Schoodic Institute; Mark Berry, President & CEO, Schoodic Institute

July 21: NO LECTURE. Lobster Dinner at Tidal Falls

July 28: Kim Ridley, award-winning author of The Secret Bay and The Secret Pool

August 4: Tide Pooling; Hannah Webber, Education & Project Research Manager, Schoodic Institute

August 11: Erosion in Taunotn Bay and on Mount Desert Island; Steve Perrin, Friends of Taunton Bay

August 18: Protected Lands in Hancock and Washington Counties; Aaron Dority, Frenchman Bay Conservancy and Bob DeForrest, Maine Coast Heritage Trust

Aug
7
Mon
Monday Music at Tidal Falls
Aug 7 @ 6:00 pm

Monday Music at Tidal Falls Preserve, August 14, featuring Em & Company at 6:00 pm. The free Monday Music series is sponsored by Frenchman Bay Conservancy. All concerts are weather permitting. Bring a picnic. Cancellations and announcements are posted on Facebook. More information at: www.frenchmanbay.org

Monday Music at Tidal Falls
Aug 7 @ 6:30 pm

Monday Music at Tidal Falls Preserve, August 7, featuring The Trisha Mason Band at 6:30 pm. The free Monday Music series is sponsored by Frenchman Bay Conservancy. All concerts are weather permitting. Bring a picnic. Cancellations and announcements are posted on Facebook. More information at: www.frenchmanbay.org

Aug
8
Tue
Schoodic Institute Lecture – Acadia and Points South: Migratory Bats along Eastern Seaboard August 8, 7 – 8 pm
Aug 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Schoodic Institute invites the public to an evening program Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 7:00 PM, presented by researcher Zara Dowling. Hoary, silver-haired, and eastern red bats fly hundreds of miles between their southern wintering grounds and summer territory in New England and Canada. With new technology, we are at last beginning to track these elusive creatures over the vast distances they travel. Learn how research at Acadia National Park is providing insight into the lives of these mysterious bats, and how best to conserve them. Zara Dowling has been researching bats at Acadia for the past three years, and received a Schoodic Fellowship grant in 2016. Free and open to the public at Moore Auditorium on the Schoodic Institute campus in Winter Harbor.

Aug
11
Fri
Science Lecture Series
Aug 11 @ 7:00 pm

Friends of Taunton Bay and Frenchman Bay Conservancy will again partner to host the Joint 2017 Lecture Series on Fridays at Gordon’s Wharf in Sullivan. The weekly lecture series runs July 7 to August 18 at 7:00 p.m. The lecture series will cover a wide range of topics including the ecological integrity of the region, current conservation efforts, as well as historical and cultural landscape perspectives.

2017 Schedule
July 7: FTB Members Meeting and Of Birds and Beetles: Conserving Biodiversity in a Dynamic World; Mac Hunter – Libra Professor of Conservation Biology in the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology at the University of Maine

July 14: What’s Happening at Schoodic Institute; Mark Berry, President & CEO, Schoodic Institute

July 21: NO LECTURE. Lobster Dinner at Tidal Falls

July 28: Kim Ridley, award-winning author of The Secret Bay and The Secret Pool

August 4: Tide Pooling; Hannah Webber, Education & Project Research Manager, Schoodic Institute

August 11: Erosion in Taunotn Bay and on Mount Desert Island; Steve Perrin, Friends of Taunton Bay

August 18: Protected Lands in Hancock and Washington Counties; Aaron Dority, Frenchman Bay Conservancy and Bob DeForrest, Maine Coast Heritage Trust