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11/14/2018

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11/14/2018

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11/14/2018

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Guests gathered at The Portland Masonic to celebrate the life-changing impact a wish can have on a child and their famil...
11/10/2018

Guests gathered at The Portland Masonic to celebrate the life-changing impact a wish can have on a child and their family. Formerly known as Chips ‘n’ Dips, this event raises enough funds to help grant more than 22 wishes to Maine children with critical illnesses. The sparkling evening included live music by the Time Pilots, dancing, hors d’oeurves, drinks, mystery box draw, and an exciting auction benefiting Make-A-Wish Maine. Supporters tired their hands at blackjack, roulette, and craps tables!

Every 38 minutes Make-A-Wish® grants the wish of a child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition in the United States and its territories and every five days, it is the wish of a Maine child. We believe that a wish experience can be a game-changer. This one belief guides us in everything we do. It inspires us to grant wishes that change the lives of the kids we serve.

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Photography by Dave Dostie

Guests gathered at The Portland Masonic to celebrate the life-changing impact a wish can have on a child and their family. Formerly known as Chips ‘n’ Dips, this event raises enough funds to help grant more than 22 wishes to Maine children with critical illnesses. The sparkling evening included live music by the Time Pilots, dancing, hors d’oeurves, drinks, mystery box draw, and an exciting auction benefiting Make-A-Wish Maine. Supporters tired their hands at blackjack, roulette, and craps tables!

Every 38 minutes Make-A-Wish® grants the wish of a child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition in the United States and its territories and every five days, it is the wish of a Maine child. We believe that a wish experience can be a game-changer. This one belief guides us in everything we do. It inspires us to grant wishes that change the lives of the kids we serve.

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Dave Dostie

Hosted at Gather (Maine), this was the final Cinq a Sept of 2018.  This event is held monthly to bring together colleagu...
11/09/2018

Hosted at Gather (Maine), this was the final Cinq a Sept of 2018. This event is held monthly to bring together colleagues, friends, and family of State 23 Media and Maine Magazine to celebrate connections and form strong relationships.

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Hosted at Gather (Maine), this was the final Cinq a Sept of 2018. This event is held monthly to bring together colleagues, friends, and family of State 23 Media and Maine Magazine to celebrate connections and form strong relationships.

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

PassivhausMAINE's Annual Fall Forum, brings a variety of speakers presenting projects from Maine and afar. Our 2018 foru...
11/04/2018

PassivhausMAINE's Annual Fall Forum, brings a variety of speakers presenting projects from Maine and afar. Our 2018 forum will focus on DERS - EnerPHit and Schools and Academic Institutions bringing to the fore the compelling stories of institutions that have embraced both the sustainability and resilience of passive house structures, while underscoring the long term cost savings.

Join us on Nov 1st for a live recording of Green Architects Lounge at Mechanics Hall (Portland, Maine)- a festive evening with Phil Kaplan and Chris Briley disussing their experience designing schools in Maine. Expect a surprise signature cocktail!

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Kyle Dubay

PassivhausMAINE's Annual Fall Forum, brings a variety of speakers presenting projects from Maine and afar. Our 2018 forum will focus on DERS - EnerPHit and Schools and Academic Institutions bringing to the fore the compelling stories of institutions that have embraced both the sustainability and resilience of passive house structures, while underscoring the long term cost savings.

Join us on Nov 1st for a live recording of Green Architects Lounge at Mechanics Hall (Portland, Maine)- a festive evening with Phil Kaplan and Chris Briley disussing their experience designing schools in Maine. Expect a surprise signature cocktail!

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Kyle Dubay

Hosted at the Cross Insurance Center, guests of the Maine Hospitality Summit sampled craft beers from Bangor’s Geaghan B...
10/30/2018

Hosted at the Cross Insurance Center, guests of the Maine Hospitality Summit sampled craft beers from Bangor’s Geaghan Brothers Brewing Company, while enjoying appetizers from the Queen City and a signature Summit cocktail!

Highlights of the summit include: President and CEO Steve Hewins unveils the vision, goals and objectives of the new HospitalityMaine. Greg Dugal covers our advocacy agenda and upcoming legislative session. Labor Commissioner John Butera, Executive Chef Steven Learned and Eastern Maine Community College’s VP of Academic Affairs Elizabeth Russell discuss ways to tackle Maine’s Hospitality Workforce Challenges. Peter Cooke, Ben Martens and Rauni Kew show how green operations = greater profitability. Hoteliers learn to “play the game” and deal with the mega online players. Leave this tech-focused session with new strategies and tactics from national expert Lisa Kolb, of Acorn Internet Services, Inc. National restaurant guru Ed Doyle of RealFood Consulting leads an interactive session on defining the guest experience through strategies practiced by cutting-edge restaurants across the country. Share ideas with peers in a lively Roundtable Discussion of the pressing issues we all face. Be inspired by the ”Never Give Up. Never Quit” message of courage and determination from Army Staff Sargent Travis Mills. Spectacular evening entertainment with the “Taste of Bangor Reception” and Summit Dinner, a private concert with Nashville recording artists Striking Matches and a free play voucher from Hollywood Casino to complete your winning evening.

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Dave Dostie

Hosted at the Cross Insurance Center, guests of the Maine Hospitality Summit sampled craft beers from Bangor’s Geaghan Brothers Brewing Company, while enjoying appetizers from the Queen City and a signature Summit cocktail!

Highlights of the summit include: President and CEO Steve Hewins unveils the vision, goals and objectives of the new HospitalityMaine. Greg Dugal covers our advocacy agenda and upcoming legislative session. Labor Commissioner John Butera, Executive Chef Steven Learned and Eastern Maine Community College’s VP of Academic Affairs Elizabeth Russell discuss ways to tackle Maine’s Hospitality Workforce Challenges. Peter Cooke, Ben Martens and Rauni Kew show how green operations = greater profitability. Hoteliers learn to “play the game” and deal with the mega online players. Leave this tech-focused session with new strategies and tactics from national expert Lisa Kolb, of Acorn Internet Services, Inc. National restaurant guru Ed Doyle of RealFood Consulting leads an interactive session on defining the guest experience through strategies practiced by cutting-edge restaurants across the country. Share ideas with peers in a lively Roundtable Discussion of the pressing issues we all face. Be inspired by the ”Never Give Up. Never Quit” message of courage and determination from Army Staff Sargent Travis Mills. Spectacular evening entertainment with the “Taste of Bangor Reception” and Summit Dinner, a private concert with Nashville recording artists Striking Matches and a free play voucher from Hollywood Casino to complete your winning evening.

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Dave Dostie

Prepare for a cuteness overload!This one-of-a-kind, snoozing-crawling-toddling-friendly, definitely not scary, baby orie...
10/29/2018

Prepare for a cuteness overload!

This one-of-a-kind, snoozing-crawling-toddling-friendly, definitely not scary, baby oriented costume party is the Birth Roots Center for Community Supported Parenting creative endeavor to bring more fun and attention to early parenting. Local businesses and organizations have come out in a huge show of support for this idea, partnering with Birth Roots as “activity sponsors”, providing either a toddler activity station or tabling on topics of interest to parents. The intention is to create an event that specifically & successfully supports and acknowledges the unique developmental window of the youngest among us, crawling and newly toddling babies, and newly established parents.

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Kyle Dubay

Prepare for a cuteness overload!

This one-of-a-kind, snoozing-crawling-toddling-friendly, definitely not scary, baby oriented costume party is the Birth Roots Center for Community Supported Parenting creative endeavor to bring more fun and attention to early parenting. Local businesses and organizations have come out in a huge show of support for this idea, partnering with Birth Roots as “activity sponsors”, providing either a toddler activity station or tabling on topics of interest to parents. The intention is to create an event that specifically & successfully supports and acknowledges the unique developmental window of the youngest among us, crawling and newly toddling babies, and newly established parents.

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Kyle Dubay

An EqualityMaine tradition, The Great Pumpkin Ball hosts: Starring:The V***nSeason 10 of RuPaul’s Drag RaceHosted by:Bla...
10/28/2018

An EqualityMaine tradition, The Great Pumpkin Ball hosts:

Starring:
The V***n
Season 10 of RuPaul’s Drag Race

Hosted by:
Blake Hayes from Coast 93.1 and Shane Diamond, community activist

Featuring:
Dancing all night with DJ Steve Sidewalk (NYC | Fire Island | DC | New Orleans | OGT)
DJ Kate (Portland)
Local drag and cabaret performances (to be announced soon)
Costume contest with over $1000 in prizes​ (2 categories - single and duo/group)

ASL Interpreted

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Kyle Dubay

An EqualityMaine tradition, The Great Pumpkin Ball hosts:

Starring:
The V***n
Season 10 of RuPaul’s Drag Race

Hosted by:
Blake Hayes from Coast 93.1 and Shane Diamond, community activist

Featuring:
Dancing all night with DJ Steve Sidewalk (NYC | Fire Island | DC | New Orleans | OGT)
DJ Kate (Portland)
Local drag and cabaret performances (to be announced soon)
Costume contest with over $1000 in prizes​ (2 categories - single and duo/group)

ASL Interpreted

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Kyle Dubay

Guests dressed in flashy attire and danced the night away to the Jim Ciampi Band in the Vegas-style transformed Ray Hask...
10/28/2018

Guests dressed in flashy attire and danced the night away to the Jim Ciampi Band in the Vegas-style transformed Ray Haskell Ford Lincoln Showroom. In addition to dancing, guests bid on amazing auction items and tasted delicious foods from local eateries. All proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs and YMCA at the Alfond Youth Center

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Dave Dostie

Guests dressed in flashy attire and danced the night away to the Jim Ciampi Band in the Vegas-style transformed Ray Haskell Ford Lincoln Showroom. In addition to dancing, guests bid on amazing auction items and tasted delicious foods from local eateries. All proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs and YMCA at the Alfond Youth Center

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Dave Dostie

Join us in honoring two generous community partners and longtime contributors to learning, Alumni Dana Peck '67 and Sara...
10/27/2018

Join us in honoring two generous community partners and longtime contributors to learning, Alumni Dana Peck '67 and Sarah Jane Poli '59. This event will include hors d'ouevres and cash bar (6-7pm), dinner and and silent auction with all proceeds benefitting the Biddeford Education Foundation.

The Biddeford Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created to enrich the educational experience and provide resources outside the normal school budget to augment teaching, encourage academic excellence, and maximize opportunities for students K-12.

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Kyle Dubay

Join us in honoring two generous community partners and longtime contributors to learning, Alumni Dana Peck '67 and Sarah Jane Poli '59. This event will include hors d'ouevres and cash bar (6-7pm), dinner and and silent auction with all proceeds benefitting the Biddeford Education Foundation.

The Biddeford Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created to enrich the educational experience and provide resources outside the normal school budget to augment teaching, encourage academic excellence, and maximize opportunities for students K-12.

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Kyle Dubay

The STRIVE program of PSL Services is designed to address the many issues faced by tweens, teens and young adults (ages ...
10/25/2018

The STRIVE program of PSL Services is designed to address the many issues faced by tweens, teens and young adults (ages 11-24) with developmental disabilities. Areas that we focus on include: improving fundamental academic skills, developing leadership potential, improving economic opportunities through continuing education, enhancing or upgrading work skills, integrating literary and social skills into occupational/vocational opportunities, fostering career opportunities through education and training, and promoting peer support for parents and siblings of this young population.

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Dave Dostie

The STRIVE program of PSL Services is designed to address the many issues faced by tweens, teens and young adults (ages 11-24) with developmental disabilities. Areas that we focus on include: improving fundamental academic skills, developing leadership potential, improving economic opportunities through continuing education, enhancing or upgrading work skills, integrating literary and social skills into occupational/vocational opportunities, fostering career opportunities through education and training, and promoting peer support for parents and siblings of this young population.

Sponsored by Maine Magazine

Photography by Dave Dostie

Motor B***y Affair's live music cast a funky dance spell over the weekend while guests enjoyed tasted vittles from Black...
10/22/2018

Motor B***y Affair's live music cast a funky dance spell over the weekend while guests enjoyed tasted vittles from Black Tie Catering and the humor of the hosts, Blake & Eva from the Coast 93.1 morning show.
Proceeds from the event went to benefit Goodwill’s workforce programs which help all people connect to work and support them to keep the job — because one thing that's scarier than your costume? Joblessness. Learn more at our website: www.goodwillnne.org

Photos - Matt Congdon Photography

Motor B***y Affair's live music cast a funky dance spell over the weekend while guests enjoyed tasted vittles from Black Tie Catering and the humor of the hosts, Blake & Eva from the Coast 93.1 morning show.
Proceeds from the event went to benefit Goodwill’s workforce programs which help all people connect to work and support them to keep the job — because one thing that's scarier than your costume? Joblessness. Learn more at our website: www.goodwillnne.org

Photos - Matt Congdon Photography

A Maine tradition since 2003, the Camp Sunshine Pumpkin Festival transforms the streets of Freeport and L.L. Bean Campus...
10/22/2018

A Maine tradition since 2003, the Camp Sunshine Pumpkin Festival transforms the streets of Freeport and L.L. Bean Campus into a sea of orange. Families and friends joined together and lit nearly 10,000 jack-o-lanterns around Freeport.



Festivities included live music, children's activities, a costume parade, and family pumpkin carving

Photos - Matt Congdon Photography

A Maine tradition since 2003, the Camp Sunshine Pumpkin Festival transforms the streets of Freeport and L.L. Bean Campus into a sea of orange. Families and friends joined together and lit nearly 10,000 jack-o-lanterns around Freeport.



Festivities included live music, children's activities, a costume parade, and family pumpkin carving

Photos - Matt Congdon Photography

Whether we’ve faced it ourselves, or someone we love has, almost everyone has been affected by breast cancer in some way...
10/16/2018

Whether we’ve faced it ourselves, or someone we love has, almost everyone has been affected by breast cancer in some way. But at the same time, we can all do something about it. By donating to a Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event you’re helping the American Cancer Society make a difference in so many ways, from funding innovative breast cancer research to simply providing a hand to hold.

Photography by Kyle Dubay

Whether we’ve faced it ourselves, or someone we love has, almost everyone has been affected by breast cancer in some way. But at the same time, we can all do something about it. By donating to a Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event you’re helping the American Cancer Society make a difference in so many ways, from funding innovative breast cancer research to simply providing a hand to hold.

Photography by Kyle Dubay

Hosted to celebrate and honor those who have shown a commitment to Spurwink Services's mission – going the distance for ...
10/14/2018

Hosted to celebrate and honor those who have shown a commitment to Spurwink Services's mission – going the distance for those in need – at the 32nd annual Humanitarian Awards. This year, our focus will be on the work being done in by Spurwink’s statewide Outpatient and Community Services, including case management, outpatient therapy, public school counseling, foster care placement, therapeutic care for refugee and immigrant children and families, and more.

Photography by Kyle Dubay

Hosted to celebrate and honor those who have shown a commitment to Spurwink Services's mission – going the distance for those in need – at the 32nd annual Humanitarian Awards. This year, our focus will be on the work being done in by Spurwink’s statewide Outpatient and Community Services, including case management, outpatient therapy, public school counseling, foster care placement, therapeutic care for refugee and immigrant children and families, and more.

Photography by Kyle Dubay

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