The Mid-Maine Community Forum offers talks every spring (February, March, April, May) and fall (September, October, November) in Pittsfield, Maine. The Forum creates opportunities to engage community members in conversations about topics that shape our community and our world. There is always a question and answer period after each presentation.

If you have questions about the forum, suggestions for future forum topics, or speakers you would like to hear from, contact Rosalie Williams, Planning Committee Chairperson, at 487-6930.

Upcoming forums include the visual arts, music, and political issues. Please join us!


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A New National Park for Maine

Join Natural Resources Council of Maine’s Ryan Parker to learn more about Elliotsville Plantation, Inc.’s (EPI) proposal to create a National Park and National Recreation Area east of Baxter State Park.

EPI has proposed to donate up to 150,000 acres to the federal government to create Maine’s second National Park. Parker will use photos and film to give you a glimpse of the land and its special features, and he will describe the journey toward making the dream of a National Park and National Recreation Area a reality.

Q&A follows presentation.

Thursday, February 11, 6:30pm


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