Events

Voting Down the Rose

Voting Down the Rose: Maine’s Fight for Women’s Suffrage

Falmouth Memorial Library, The Falmouth Historical Society & OceanView Partnership Event
   Voting Down the Rose

Tuesday, March 28th, 6:30 p.m.

Anne B. Gass will present her book, Voting Down the Rose, a lively account of Maine native, Florence Brooks Whitehouse, who campaigned for the right of women to vote. Told from Whitehouse’s perspective, this important book brings Maine’s suffrage history to life and illustrates the difficulty state suffrage leaders experienced trying to navigate between the demands of national organizations and their local constituencies.

Located at Lunt Auditorium, 74 Lunt Road, Falmouth 


Don Roy Ensemble Concert

Don Roy Ensemble Concert

Don Roy Ensemble Concert

Friday, March 31st, 1:00 p.m.
RSVP: 207-781-4460

At the forefront of the Greater Portland fiddling community, one finds the musical duo of fiddler, Don Roy, and pianist, Cindy Roy, who have long entertained audiences in Southern Maine and beyond. Add bassist, Jay Young and you have the Don Roy Ensemble. Performances have included the Library of Congress, the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, two appearances with Garrison Keillor, and multiple performances at the National Folk Festival.

We invite you to join us for a special concert by this talented trio. Refreshments and tours of Legacy Memory Care will follow the performance.

Limited seating, RSVP: 207-781-4460

Located at Lunt Auditorium, 74 Lunt Road, Falmouth


Migration & Refugees: Economics, Security & What’s Ahead

Falmouth Memorial Library & OceanView Partnership Event
  

Thursday, April 6th, 6:00 p.m.

John Doughty will give a talk titled “Global Migration and Refugees: Why People Migrate, the Economics and Security Implications of Immigration and the Current Refugee Crisis, and What Lies Ahead.”

The world has witnessed periods of mass migrations so large that they have had influential impacts on the course of human history. The current movement of people around the globe is unprecedented in its scale and scope and will have lasting political, economic, and social consequences. It also presents a major policy challenge for international institutions and governments which have largely been ineffective. Looking ahead, the global climate will play an increasingly larger role in human mass migration as food and water sources are further stressed – making the challenge faced by global leaders all the more pressing.

John Doughty has studied defense and foreign policy issues for decades and lectures on these topics frequently. He is a board member of the Camden Conference, the World Affairs Council of Maine, and serves on the board of trustees at the Maine Historical Society.

Located at Lunt Auditorium, 74 Lunt Road, Falmouth 


Energy Fair

Business Energy Fair

Energy Fair

Wednesday, April 12th, 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

The Town of Falmouth and the Falmouth/Cumberland Community Chamber are hosting a Business Energy Fair to help your business save on energy expenses. This daytime tradeshow will be followed by a “Business After 5” networking event in the evening.

For more information contact Kimberly Darling, Energy & Sustainability Coordinator:
kdarling@falmouthme.org or 207-699-5337.

Located at Lunt Auditorium at OceanView 74 Lunt Road, Falmouth


Empty Bowls – Hunger-Relief Benefit

Falmouth Public Schools & OceanView Partnership Event

Empty Bowl

Wednesday, April 26th, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Receive a bowl handmade by a Falmouth Schools student and have it filled with a soup homemade by OceanView Chefs. Limited portion sizes served are intended to raise hunger awareness. Suggested $15 donation, with all proceeds to benefit local hunger-relief programs.

For more information, contact Holly MacEwan, Service Learning Coordinator, Falmouth Public Schools: 207- 671-6714

Located at Lunt Auditorium at OceanView 74 Lunt Road, Falmouth


Yard Sale

Annual Yard Sale to Benefit OceanView Resident Assistance Fund

Yard Sale

Saturday, May 6th, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
No early birds, please.

With a treasure-trove of  jewelry, glass, china, antiques, furniture, art, frames, linens, toys, sports equipment, household and kitchen items; you won’t want to miss our Annual Yard Sale!

As a community that cares deeply about its members, the residents of OceanView have created a special fund to assist residents in need. With individual gifts and a variety of fundraising activities like our Annual Yard Sale, the fund continues to help residents on our campus.

The OceanView Resident Assistance Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Located at Lunt Auditorium at OceanView 74 Lunt Road, Falmouth


Moyer

Frederick Moyer Piano Concert

Moyer

Monday, May 22nd, 1:00 p.m.
RSVP: 207-781-4460

During over 30 years as a full-time concert pianist, Frederick Moyer has performed with most major US orchestras and has also played in 41 countries, including Suntory Hall in Tokyo, the Sydney Opera House, Windsor Castle, Carnegie Recital Hall, Tanglewood and the Kennedy Center.

Join us as Frederick treats OceanView to another special concert! Refreshments and tours will follow the performance.

Limited Seating, RSVP: 207-781-4460

Located at Hilltop Lodge, 18 Blueberry Lane, Falmouth


Open House

Annual Campus Open House!

Open House

Sunday, September 10th, 2:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
RSVP: 207-781-4460

Please join us for:

  • Walking & van tours of our beautiful homes & campus grounds
  • Resident-donated art, craft & bake sale
  • Raffle with local business-donated prizes
  • Delicious refreshments
  • Live music & door prizes!