Lectures & Forums

Climate Change and the Maine Economy

Downtowns and Locally Owned Businesses

Morrison Bonpasse Presidential Candidate for 2016

PWA Overview

Forum on Taxing Nonprofits

Firehouse Forum III – Maritime Maine

Skidompha’s Chats with Champions – Calvin Dodge and Huston Dodge 2014

Firehouse Forum II – Irish Immigration

Waldoboro Baseball

Congressman Michaud Talks with Veterans in Newcastle

Get Smart Episode 1

2014 Bristol Area Lions Club Speak-Out. Produced by the Bristol Area Lions Club.

Colonial Trade on the Kennebec. Produced by Jack Swanton for The Lincoln County Historical Society.

The Marie Antoinette House. Produced by Jack Swanton for The Lincoln County Historical Society.

Colonial Pemaquid – Outpost on the 17th Century Maine Frontier. Produced by LCTV for Friends of Colonial Pemaquid.

Native Americans in the Colonial Period. Produced by Jack Swanton for The Lincoln County Historical Society.

Wings over the Pemaquid River. Produced by Donna Minnis for Pemaquid Watershed Association.

Firehouse Forum I – Native Americans. Produced by Jack Peters.

Presentation on the Affordable Care Act. Taped by Christopher Doherty, edited by Mary Ellen Crowley.

Chats with Champions – Peter Behrens. Taped by Caren Clark, edited by Mary Ellen Crowley.

Wings Over Wiscasset 2013. Taped by Athena and Phil Taylor, edited by KJ Flewelling.

Bristol Fish Ladder. Produced by the Town of Bristol.

A Journey to Ireland in Search of the Kavanagh Apple. Taped by matt Peters of Edgecomb.

Chats with Champions – David Rosenfelt. Produced by Ryan Leighton.

Newcastle Historical Society – Early Maine Gravestones. Produced by Dr. Edmee Dejean of Newcastle.

Bristol Lions Speak-Out. Produced by David Kolodin of Bristol.

Neil Lash – Heirloom Seed Project. Produced by Caren Clark of Waldoboro.

United States Naval Academy – Three Generations. Produced by LCTV.

Mount Hunger with Bob Brown of Edgecomb. Produced by Newcastle Historical Society.

Waldoboro Business Association 2012 Showcase. Produced by Caren Clark of Waldoboro.

Birch Bark Canoes with David Moses Bridges. Presented by the Damariscotta River Association,. Produced by Paul Duffy of Waldoboro.

Informational meeting presenting recommendations for governance of the Many Flags/One Campus model of education as industry directed workforce training.

How Healthy is the Damariscotta River Estuary? Presented by Sarah Gladu, Damariscotta River Association Education Coordinator. Produced by Art Mayers of Newcastle.

Twin Villages Downtown Alliance, Part I, Produced by Lee Arnott of Wiscasset.

Twin Villages Downtown Alliance, Part II, Produced by Lee Arnott of Wiscasset.

Wuzzup Youth and Substance Abuse Forum, Produced by Michael Christopher, Jr. of Alna

4th Annual Emil Landau Human and Civil Rights Forum, Part I, Produced by Michael Christopher, Jr. of Alna<

4th Annual Emil Landau Human and Civil Rights Forum, Part II, Produced by Michael Christopher, Jr. of Alna

Waldoboro Business Association Showcase, Produced by Caren Clark of Waldoboro

Aging at Home with Bob Hardina, Produced by Holly Haining of Waldoboro

Waldoboro Candidates Night, May 23, 2011, Produced by Mary Ellen Crowley of Waldoboro and Damariscotta

Angus King, Produced by Michael Christopher of Alna

Chats with Champions – Predators, Produced by A j. Corson of Damariscotta

Chats with Champions – Dr. Chip Teel, Alone and Invisible – Averting Disaster in Aging America, Produced by A j. Corson of Damariscotta

Islam in America, Produced by Lee Arnott of Wiscasset

Hospice and Palative Care, Produced by Michael Christopher of Alna

3rd Annual Emil Landau Human and Civil Rights Forum, Produced by Bill Coyne of Newcastle

Maine Eastern Railroad, Produced by Dave Svens of Chamberlain

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