Community Conversations: Comp Plan and Land Use Codes
Nov
15
7:00 PM19:00

Community Conversations: Comp Plan and Land Use Codes

  • 4 Brentwood Street Portland, ME, 04103 United States (map)
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"Community Conversations" are opportunities for City Planning staff to provide an overview of the newComprehensive Plan, and hear from residents about how it should translate into new zoning and land use regulations.   If you can't make this meeting click here for other public meetings  happening this month.   Land use codes matter to Woodfords Corner economic vitality and design!   Thank you to Woodfords Oakdale Neighborhood Association for hosting

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First Friday Performance: Jesus Cactus
Nov
3
5:00 PM17:00

First Friday Performance: Jesus Cactus

Globe-trotting, Maine-bred drummer RJ Miller (Bill McHenry, Luke Temple, Jorge Rossy) leads Jesus Cactus, an electronic, psych, and jazz-infused trio with Portland stalwart multi-instrumentalists Dave Noyes (Vio/Mire, Royal Hammer, Rustic Overtones) and Pat Corrigan (Seekonk, Plains, Robert Stillman).

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Public Meeting: Smart Corridor Plan
Nov
1
6:00 PM18:00

Public Meeting: Smart Corridor Plan

  • Abromson Center, USM, ROOM 109/110 (map)
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The Portland Planning Department, in conjunction with the Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation System (PACTS) and the WSP USA consultant team, will be holding the third and final general public meeting on the Portland – South Portland Smart Corridor Plan. This meeting will focus on preliminary recommendations for improvements to the Forest Avenue corridor that are designed to balance vehicular traffic, public transit service, and pedestrian and bicycle access in the corridor, and to create a better context for quality development within the study area.  You can visit the study website at www.mainesmartcorridor.com for more information, and to follow the progress of the study. If you have any questions, or if you need accessible accommodations to attend, please contact Bruce Hyman, City of Portland Transportation Program Manager, at bhyman@portlandmaine.gov.

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Trick or Treat your way to Sammy's Scoops
Oct
31
3:00 PM15:00

Trick or Treat your way to Sammy's Scoops

Sammy's Scoops has closed for the season, but in the "spirit" of the day will be giving away free kiddie cones during Trick or Treat tomorrow.  Flavors vary, and while supplies last.  Bring your costumed cuties over for one last scoop til the spring!  And Sammy's sends a thank you out to all the neighborhoods for a great first summer.     

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That Third Thing Forum
Oct
29
4:00 PM16:00

That Third Thing Forum

Part 1 is gallery artists in conversation and Part 2 is Michael Sarin at the Drum Set.   Over the last twenty-five years, drummer Michael Sarin has been at the center of New York City’s genre bending jazz and improvisation community. His versatility and musical wit helped forge long associations with forward-looking artists Thomas Chapin, Dave Douglas, Myra Melford, Ben Allison, and David Krakauer.

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Awakening the Heart: Seeing Beyond the Perceptions of Loneliness
Oct
28
10:00 AM10:00

Awakening the Heart: Seeing Beyond the Perceptions of Loneliness

Half Day Workshop with KMC Boston Resident Teacher Kyle Davis. Awakening our heart to our interconnected nature and dissolving the perception of distance and separateness from others helps us overcome feelings of loneliness, isolation, and our own obsessive self-focus. We will explore, through the practice of meditation, how to remove imagined boundaries between one another and embrace the reality-based and inspiring view of being part of a whole and complete world. This course is appropriate for beginners and experienced meditators alike! Everyone Welcome! 

Cost: $25, can sign up online or at the door.   FMI education@meditationinmass.org

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Community Conversations: Comp Plan and Land Use Codes
Oct
25
7:00 PM19:00

Community Conversations: Comp Plan and Land Use Codes

"Community Conversations" are opportunities for City Planning staff to provide an overview of the newComprehensive Plan, and hear from residents about how it should translate into new zoning and land use regulations.   If you can't make this meeting click here for other public meetings  happening this month.   Land use codes matter to Woodfords Corner economic vitality and design!   Thank you to Woodfords Oakdale Neighborhood Association for hosting

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