Web Marketing for Non-profits

Web Marketing for Non-profits
Lunch & Learn: November 4, 2010 | 12:00 PM-2:00 PM
Portland Public Library, Portland, ME

About the speaker:
Linda Faranas, President and Founder, Millennium Integrated Marketing

 Linda is President and Founder of Millennium Integrated Marketing in Manchester, New Hampshire. She holds nearly 20 years experience in strategic integrated marketing, with an emphasis on interactive campaigns, communication plans, and brand management. She connects well with people, is a problem-solver, enjoys a challenge, and considers herself a true marketing strategist. Highly motivated in a fast-paced environment, Linda knows how to build exceptional teams with high-level people. She is dedicated to clients who share the same value system and desire for business growth.

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Japanese Performing Arts with Taiko Maine Drummers and Katy Rydell

October 30, 2010
7:30 pm
$12 in advance / $15 at the door
at Lucid Stage
29 Baxter Blvd, Portland, Me. 04101
For tix, call 899-3993 or http://www.lucidstage.com/

Taiko drums.  They've been called Rolling Thunder and the Heartbeat of Japan.  They're big.  They're loud.  When Taiko Maine Drummers pick up their bachi and begin to play, the room fills with intense energy, complex rhythms, and visually dramatic dance-like movement.

Friday Night Comedy

Tired of "old fashion" comedy clubs and being herded in and out like cattle, forced to sit with strangers? Enjoy The Gold Room Comedy experience at a private table, tablecloth and candles to share the laughs with family and friends!

Every Friday Night - 3 Comedians - 8:30-10:30  - (Only $12)
Click "Comedy Club - Friday Night" at Left for Comedy Schedule

Friday October 22
Dave Rattigan

OUT & ALLIED PROJECT FEATURES COLLECTION BY AND ABOUT LGBTQ YOUTH/ALLIES

Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Education and Enforcement to speak prior to Oct. 20 performance at First Parish Church on Congress Street, Portland
Gorham, Biddeford, Portland, Maine – Add Verb Productions and the University of Southern Maine’s Department of Theatre will present a collection of theatre pieces from the Out & Allied Project October 18-20, 2010, coinciding with National Ally Week.  The events are free and open to the public, and suitable for middle and high school students.

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Gorham has rash of break-ins

GORHAM, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Gorham Police are warning people that there have been several break-ins in the Little Falls neighborhood this month.

So far, the department is aware of 5 homeowners who have been hit.  The thief or thieves took jewelry, electronics and money.

At the same time, police have gotten at least 3 calls from neighbors in that area reporting that a young woman with dark hair and about 5'5" tall knocked on their doors, asking for directions or to use the bathroom.  Police suspect that this woman is involved with the burglaries.  If you have information, you should call the Gorham Police at 839-5046.

Social Media Breakfast Maine

What: Social Media Breakfast Maine
Nonprofits Taking Action with Social Media
When: Friday, October 29th 7:30 – 10:00 AM
Where: Eastland Park Hotel, Portland ME map to location
How: With help from our sponsors – Maine Video Systems and Hall Web Services

This month’s presenters:

Emily Brackett – Organizational, Cause and Personal Branding

Cyndi Amato, How SARSSM Uses Social Media

Marc A. Pitman, Fundraising with Social Media

For more info: http://www.socialmediabreakfastmaine.com/upcoming/

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DOC offers foliage events

Augusta, Maine (NEWS CENTER)--The fall foliage season is beginning in Maine and the state is offering a number of events to encourage people to get outside and enjoy the season.

Old woodsmen say the color "moves ten miles a day" and the state is following this pattern with events that move north to south over the three week period.

This Buereau of Public Lands and the Maine Forest Service are coordinating the events which include eight paddles and one hike.

"It's a great time of year to encourage people to get out and experience the beauty of the changing seasons in Maine," said Gary Best in a statement.  He is the assistant regional manager with the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands.

If you would like more information about the events including meeting places and degree of difficulty, click on the link to the right.