Free Lecture Series

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 | 6:00PM: BRAIN TALK

Pamela Blodgett, of Brain Training of New England, returns to speak about the history of neuroscience, process of brain training and give tips for general brain health & wellness. This lecture is free but pre-registration is required.

Wednesday, March 20 | 6:00pm: GETTING IN THE FLOW: CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCCESSFUL WOMEN

Karolina LaBrecque PhD, from Help to Grow Institute LLC, has a clinical background but is now working as a full-time life coach. Her work focuses predominantly on getting clients from burnout and stress out to balanced and fulfilling lives without sacrificing productivity. She predominantly serves women but also enjoys working with men. You can learn more about her here.

THURSDAY, APRIL 25 | 6:00PM: BEFORE & AFTER; FROM PREVENTION TO RENEWAL LECTURE

Raising awareness about sexual violence with Sexual Assault Response Services of Southern Maine (SARSSM).

WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 | 6:00PM: FINDING POMP RUSSELL

Family genealogist & Maine citizen historian Judy Granger will discuss Pomp Russell-How an enslaved black infant from Massachusetts becomes a NH Revolutionary war soldier and early settler of Weld, Maine.

Co-sponsored by the Town of Kittery DEI Committee. 

THURSDAY, MAY 16 | 6:00pm: SEARCHING FOR MARGARET CUTT

Family genealogist and Maine citizen historian Judy Granger will discuss Margaret Cutt (Pomp Russel’s wife) who lived in the Kittery area during the late 1700’s, early 1800’s. She will discuss Cutt’s connections with some of the oldest and wealthiest Kittery families (the Pepperrells, Brays, Gerrishes and Elliots).

Co-sponsored by the Town of Kittery DEI Committee. 

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