Paul Colman in Concert Tomorrow Night!

Tomorrow night, Grammy Nominated, Dove Award Winning Paul Colman will share his heart and music to support The Good Shepherd Food Bank and First Fruits Ministries.

Today is the last day to buy $10 concert tickets for this event.  The front row seats are sold out.

Ticket and Concert Details
The concert starts at 7pm
Doors open at 6:30pm
General Admission Tickets: $10 today,
$15 on the day of the show
Front Row Seat Tickets: SOLD OUT

Tickets are available online: CLICK HERE
For directions: CLICK HERE

Singer-songwriter Colman previously with The Paul Colman Trio and later with The Newsboys, will entertain us with the best of his fifteen original albums and personal stories.

Come with your friends to this excellent night of mu

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Third Annual Eco Options Christmas Light trade In

WHAT: The third annual Eco Options Christmas Light Trade In event allows consumers to bring in their old, non-working Christmas light strings to be recycled and receive a $3 off coupon towards the purchase of energy efficient seasonal light-emitting diodes (LED) string lights.  Customers must purchase their new LED lights between November 4 and November 14 and are limited to five redemptions. 

LED lights are shown to use 80 percent less electricity than standard mini lights and last up to 10 times longer.  This holiday season, The Home Depot will carry traditional white and multi-colored ENERGY STAR® qualified LED lights that offer superior connectivity-allowing consumers to link up to 87 strands (or one-quarter mile) of lights without fear of overloading a circuit.  There are even more great choices in LED holiday lights with the introduction of Martha Stewart Living and EcoSmart LED light strands, both available exclusively at The Home Depot.

Comedy Event this FRIDAY- hilarious!

Jimmy Dunn, one of Boston’s most beloved comedians, brings his humor to Portland on Friday, November 5th at 8pm at the Abromson Center on the USM Portland campus to raise funds for the Cancer Community Center of South Portland.

Join the Cancer Community Center’s annual Laughter is the Best Medicine Comedy Show.  Maine’s Funniest Mom, Karen Morgan, opens the show.  Tickets are $25 for general admission and $35 for reserved seats.   As an additional fundraiser (for those able to attend the Comedy Show and those unable to attend), raffle tickets are also on sale for $5 each or 5 tickets for $20.  The drawing will be held during the comedy show on Friday, November 5, 2010 and people need not be present to win.  Prizes include a Panasonic Viera 42” LCD HDTV, a $500 L.L.Bean gift card, a $150 gift card to Bayside Bowl and an Autographed Jon Lester Baseball.  To order show tickets and raffle tickets, call (207) 774-2200, stop by the Cancer Communi

Southern Maine Companies Celebrate Start! Eating Healthy Day with Help From Hannaford

The American Heart Association's (AHA) Maine office is partnering with Hannaford Supermarkets to encourage employees to make healthy eating choices on Wednesday, November 3 - National Start! Eating Healthy Day.

A recent AHA study shows that 70 percent of American adults report being told by a health care professional to make a lifestyle change such as eating healthier. Start! Eating Healthy Day encourages employees to make small changes each day to incorporate healthier food choices. Through this day, the AHA’s Start! initiative will increase awareness of the importance of good nutrition; and will provide education, tools and resources to companies nationwide.

Locally, Hannaford and the AHA will be delivering baskets of heart-healthy food from local Maine suppliers - along with a special Holiday Healthy Eating Guide - to several area employers.

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New Cape Farm Opening Doors This Weekend

Fall and frosts have arrived, signaling the end of the season for most local farms.  For a new farm in Cape Elizabeth, however, the arrival of chilly weather means the season is just beginning.  And this year's harvest is the first for the Old Farm Christmas Place on Sawyer Road

Jay Cox began planting balsam fir on his property in 2004 after spending a few years preparing the land for the cultivation of Christmas trees.  Every year since, the Coxes have planted an average of 2,500 tiny transplants, and have meticulously cared for the trees over the past seven years.  Now there are about 1,000 trees from the fist planting that range from six to nine feet in height and are ready for sale on a choose-and-tag or choose-and-cut basis.   The farm will be in full production in 2012 as the new plantings mature; there will be around 2,500 trees available each year after this point.

The Cox's Old Farm Store - located in a 30' X 40' timber-fra

Fifth-Annual Many Stories Multicultural Book Fair

The CAFAM Chinese School will hold its fifth-annual MANY STORIES Multicultural Book Fair Saturday, November 20, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Breakwater School, 856 Brighton Avenue, Portland, Maine. The sale offers New England's largest and best selection of children's books featuring cultures around the world and within the U.S.

Coaching Workshop for the Holiday Season

Beat the holiday blues! Let the Cancer Community Center help you to get your head in the right space for the hectic holiday season. Join us Thursday, Nov. 4th from 6 to 7:30 PM as the Cancer Community Center (778 Main Street in South Portland) welcomes Life Coach, Pat Grosser for “Coaching for the Holiday Season.”
This workshop is offered FREE to anyone who has been impacted by cancer--anyone who 'has' or 'has had' a cancer diagnosis, as well as friends and family. All are welcome. Anyone interested in attending this free coaching session should call 774-2200 to reserve a seat; space is limited.