Pagan Pride Project celebrates diversity within spirituality and bringing awareness about the peaceful paths of Paganism to all who want to participate. The Pagan Pride Project is a non-profit organization whose mission is to foster pride in Pagan identity through education, activism, charity, and community.
Admission to all Pagan Pride events is the donation of a non-perishable food item. SMPPD has adopted Project FEED as our recipient for food donations and the Animal Refuge League in Westbrook for pet foods. At last year's SMPPD event, we collected just over 200 lbs. of food for Project FEED and almost 45 lbs. of food for the Pet Food Pantry. We hope to surpass those totals this year. For more information about either event, please contact us at SoMEPPD@gmail.com.
Visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/southernmainepaganprideday.
PR Craft Confections, LLC was established in the snowy winter of 2014 in historic Portland, Maine. Founder/Chocolatier Peter Robbins is a graduate of The Culinary Institute of America and a veteran chef of critically acclaimed restaurants in New York, Brooklyn, Bar Harbor, Florida and now Portland, Maine.
We carefully craft every aspect of our chocolates. We use chocolate made from 100% single origin, fairly traded Venezuelan cacao beans and our flavorings and infusions are sourced organically and locally whenever possible. The resulting chocolate is of superior flavor, aroma and balance. Each business card and label is hand-stamped, our flavor keys hand drawn, and the boxes assembled by the chocolatier himself.
Restless Legs meeting
Maine Restless Support Group is meeting from 7 to 9 p.m.
third Wednesday of the month (Jan, Apr, Aug, and Nov) at Allen Avenue Unitarian Universalist Church, 524 Allen
People suffering from insomnia who may
have underlying restless legs are welcome. Attendees will share stories of
coping with augmentation and discuss "Be Your Own Advocate,” ways to talk about
the condition with family, friends, physicians, co-workers.
For more information & RSVP call
Lindy Hough at 207-747-4709 or www.SoMaine@rlsgroups.org.
Women in Harmony
Recognizing the power of music to bring people together, we will work to build bridges among women through singing, striving for unity among all women, regardless of sexual orientation, race, class, economic background, or ethnicity.
Through music, we honor and celebrate those who have worked throughout history for the rights women enjoy today. We support those who continue to strive for political, social and economic equality on behalf of all women. We advocate peace, freedom and justice for all.
We provide learning opportunities for women of widely varying levels of musical experience, encouraging all members to expand their skills and grow musically within a supportive environment.
We will work to enhance the community’s awareness, appreciation and understanding of choral music, in particular bringing the work of women composers and musicians to the public.
More information is available here.