Saturday, August 7 | 2pm
August | Rockland Connects
Connect to the history of Rockland through images and text. Exchange and share experiences, memories, and stories that build this town up, inspired by photographs from the archives of the Rockland Historical Society.
The Rockland Historical Society was organized in 1977 to collect and preserve the history of the Rockland area. The collection includes art, artifacts, documents, books, photographs, letters, diaries, business records, and manuscripts. Located on the lower level of the Rockland Public Library, the Rockland Historical Society is open to the public every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, from noon to 5 pm.
CMCA’s ArtLab for All Ages program is offered free to the community through the support of the Camden National Bank, Margaret E. Burnham Trust, Mattina R. Proctor Foundation, Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation, Morton Kelly Charitable Trust, Nellie Leaman Taft Foundation, The Onion Foundation, and individual donors.
Following Maine CDC Day Program guidelines:
– All attendees and staff are to wear face masks inside the ArtLab
– Participants from out of state are required to quarantine for 14 days prior to attendance.
– Hand sanitizing stations will be available at heavily trafficked areas; encouraging hand
sanitization during transitions
– Maintain social distancing of at least 3’ with face covering and 6’ without
Additional CMCA guidelines:
– Hand sanitization will be required upon check-in at camp
– Facemasks will be required and supplied if forgotten
– All tools and surfaces will be sanitized before session and throughout the program when necessary
– Sanitary wipes and cleaning supplies will be available for additional wiping if necessary
Applies to all visitors regardless of vaccine status