Events

  • Nov
    28

    Green Streets Walk & Ride Day

    Portland, ME and vicinity

    Portland Green Streets Day is a monthly, city-wide day of getting around green.  It takes place the last Friday of every month.  On this day, we encourage folks to celebrate the commitment they’ve made that day to alternative transportation

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  • Dec
    1

    Sit & Knit

    Portland, ME

    Knitting group for children and teens ages 5 to 19 on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month.

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  • Dec
    3

    Climate Change & the Built Environment: Advocacy for Climate Change and Green Building

    Falmouth, ME

    Join the Maine Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council for their December “Green Eggs.” In this program you’ll hear from local advocates regarding advocacy opportunities and imperatives for climate change challenges and green building.

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  • Dec
    5

    First Friday Art Ride

    Portland, ME

    Calling all mellow pedalers! This group ride includes picnics, pretty bikes, friends, kids, grannies and grampies,

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  • Dec
    9

    Bangor Greendrinks

    Bangor, ME, area

    With its beginnings in 1989 at a pub in North London, Greendrinks gatherings now take place in over 525 cities in 51 countries and counting. The goal is to gather a lively mix of people interested in environmental and sustainability issues.

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  • Dec
    9

    Portland Greendrinks

    Portland, ME

    Every second Tuesday of the month, join other green-minded folk for an evening of fun! Meet new people, have a drink, and support this month’s featured non-profit.

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  • Dec
    15

    Sit & Knit

    Portland, ME

    Knitting group for children and teens ages 5 to 19 on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month. 

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  • Dec
    16

    Portland Local Food Networking Breakfast

    Portland, ME

    All are welcome for breakfast and talk of local food! 

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  • Dec
    18

    Ocean Acidification with E2Tech

    South Portland, ME

    Ocean acidification is changing the chemistry of the ocean and is caused primarily by the buildup of carbon dioxide and reductions in pH and calcium carbonate in its waters. The Gulf of Maine is particularly susceptible and its bounty of shell-producing resources like lobster, clams, mussels and oysters are at risk.

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  • Dec
    26

    Green Streets Walk & Ride Day

    Portland, ME and vicinity

    Portland Green Streets Day is a monthly, city-wide day of getting around green.  It takes place the last Friday of every month.  On this day, we encourage folks to celebrate the commitment they’ve made that day to alternative transportation

    See event page