In the Great Falls Forum category
Getting Down to Business: Insights from Local Entrepreneurs
Feb 27, 2015— 12:00 pm Friday, Feb. 27: “Getting Down to Business: Insights from Local Entrepreneurs,” featuring panelists: Kim Jacques (Revelation Massage), Luke Livingston (Baxter Brewing Company), and Colby Michaud (
Beyond the Ice Bucket Challenge: the Latest Research on Lou Gerhig’s Disease (ALS)
May 15, 2015— 12:00 pm Friday, May 15: Dr. Brett Morrison, Assistant Professor of Neurology, Johns Hopkins Medical School, “Beyond the Ice Bucket Challenge: the Latest Research on Lou Gerhig’s Disease (ALS).” Details
The Affordable Care Act and the Future of Healthcare in Maine
Apr 17, 2015— 12:00 pm Friday, April 17: Dr. Wendy Wolf, President and CEO, Maine Health Access Foundation,”The Affordable Care Act and the Future of Healthcare in Maine.” Details forthcoming.
Maine Indians, Wabanaki Peoples – our Past and Present Stories
Mar 20, 2015— 12:00 pm Friday, March 20: John Bear Mitchell, Wabanaki Center Outreach & Student Development Coordinator, University of Maine System Native American Waiver Coordinator, and Lecturer in Wabanaki Studies, U
The Policy and Politics of Reforming Maine’s Tax System
Jan 16, 2015— 12:00 pm Friday, Jan. 16: Dick Woodbury, Economist and former Maine State Senator, “The Policy and Politics of Reforming Maine’s Tax System.” Details forthcoming.
The 2014 Election: What Did We Learn and What Can We Expect?
Nov 21, 2014— 12:00 pm Friday, Nov. 21: John Baughman, Associate Professor of Politics, Bates College, ”The 2014 Election: What Did We Learn and What Can We Expect?” Details forthcoming.
The Role of Investigative Reporting in Maine’s Democracy
Great Falls Forum: Friday, Oct. 17: John Christie, founder and editor in chief, and Naomi Schalit, publisher and senior reporter of the Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting, will be speaking to
Renewing the Source: a New Model for Classical Music
Thursday, Oct. 2, Great Falls Forum lecture featuring Andrew Cyr, conductor, Metropolis Ensemble, “Renewing the Source: a New Model for Classical Music.” Bates College alumnus, Andrew Cyr (Bates
How to Raise a Dangerous Criminal
Our 2014-2015 Great Falls Forum Season opens on Friday, September 19th with Margaret D. McGaughey speaking on “How to Raise a Dangerous Criminal.” Margaret has served as a federal prosecut
The Changing Face of Maine: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages in Lewiston and Portland
Friday, May 16 from 12 noon to 1:00 p.m.: Anne Kemper, Counselor/Coordinator, Adult Learning Center, Lewiston Adult Education, and Joyce Walworth, ESOL Instructor, Portland Adult Education, “The Cha