New this week:
Healthy Acadia’s warming center at 24 Church Street in Ellsworth, the INSPIRE Recovery Center, is open from 7 am to 7 pm. Please share this flyer. To check on availability, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Billie Jo at 207-460-7661.
Small business owners, entrepreneurs, remote workers, business service providers: the MaineStreet Business Building at 19 Main Street, Machias is for you! Sunrise County Economic Council is seeking your thoughts and input so be sure to let us know your interests and how we can best serve you. Help us create the best experience possible for you! Fill out our google form. The form should take no longer than 8 minutes to complete.
Friday, January 6th, 8 — 9 am. Our January guest speaker is Tammy Knight, Program Manager for Maine Made. Maine Made is a program offered through the State of Maine, which builds recognition for Maine products, their producers, and Maine industries. Tammy will share an overview of how Maine Made helps makers and artisans grow their business, and how and when small businesses should apply. If you are interested in scaling your business, leveraging the Maine brand identity, increasing your own brand awareness, and connecting to wholesale buyers, you won’t want to miss this informative networking event. Bring your coffee/tea/smoothie and questions and join us! Register HERE to receive the ZOOM invite.
The National Center for Equitable Care for Elders has a new publication: Parkinson’s Disease Resources for Community Health Centers. This publication was produced in coordination with the Parkinson’s Foundation to help community health centers better serve their older adults with Parkinson’s Disease. It includes practical tools for professionals like trainings and continuing education courses, digital publications and fact sheets, webinars, and more.