Summer at the Freight Shed 2019

 

Wednesday, June 19, drop-in 10am-2pm

MFS Volunteer Phil Helgerson

 

Now You’re Caulking

Thursday, June 20, 7-9pm

MFS Volunteer Jim Parmentier

 

Predicting New England Weather

Saturday, June 22, 6-10pm

 

 

Solstice Soirée

MFS fundraiser: music, dancing, cash bar, bonfire tickets $20 in advance; $25 day of

Wednesday, June 26, drop-in 10am-2pm

MFS Volunteer Fred Gosbee

 

17th Century Woodworking

Wednesday, July 10, 1-2pm

Becky Kolak, Program Director

Kennebec Estuary Land Trust

 

Enchanting Estuary with KELT and MFS

Please register:  (207) 442-8400 or bkolak@kennebecestuary.org

Thursday, July 11, 7-9pm

Gayle Bowness, Science Education

Gulf of Maine Research Institute

 

Preparing Coastal Communities for Sea Level Rise

Kennebec Estuary Land Trust and MFS

Wednesday, July 17, 1pm

Castlebay

 

Ballads from the 1600s

Tuesday, July 23, 6:30-8pm

Danielle D’Auria, Wildlife Biologist

ME Dept of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

Maine Creatures Great & Small: Great Blue Heron Lecture

Kennebec Estuary Land Trust

Let KELT know you’ll be joining: 207-442-8400

 

Wednesday, July 24, drop-in 10am-2pm

MFS Rigger Jim Nelson

 

Lots of Knots!

Thursday, July 25, 7-9pm

MFS Volunteer Mark Phillips

 

Navigation at Sea, How to get there from here thru the ages

Thursday, August 1, 1-3pm

MFS Shipwright Rob Stevens

 

Guided Tour of Virginia

Thursday, August 8, 10am-12pm

Orman Hines, MFS President and avocational archaeologist

 

Site Visit to Popham Colony

*Parking is limited: meet at Phippsburg Town Office, 1042 Main Rd, 9:45am to car pool.

Wednesday, August 14, drop-in 10am-2pm

Lori Benson, MFS Vice President and weaver

 

17th Century Sailcloth

Saturday, August 17, 9am-1pm

Fiber Artists from Midcoast Maine

 

Fiber Day

Tuesday, August 20, 6:30-8pm

Dr. Jelena Godrijan, Bigelow Laboratory

Bryant Lewis, ME Dept of Marine Resources

 

Maine Creatures Great & Small: Phytoplankton & Red Tide Lecture

Kennebec Estuary Land Trust

Let KELT know you’ll be joining: 207-442-8400

Wednesday, August 21, drop-in 10am-2pm

MFS Volunteer Phil Helgerson

 

Now You’re Caulking

Thursday, August 22, 7-9pm

Ken Hamilton, Woodlands Interpreter

 

Close Encounters of the First Kind: Wabanaki & English coastal interactions in Maine during the early 17th century

 

Thursday, September 12, 7-9pm

Herman “Nick” Nichols

 

History of Bath Iron Works (BIW)

All events take place at the Bath Freight Shed, 27 Commercial Street, Bath, ME—

unless otherwise noted.

Most are free; some request registration.

For more information contact MFS office at 443-4242, or mfs1@myfairpoint.net