Maine Women’s Fund Leadership Luncheon 2013
Celebrate five Maine leaders who with true grit, humor and discipline, create and encourage social change for women and girls. Be inspired by success stories from grantees The Community Schools at Opportunity Farm and Camden, Women Unlimited and Women Work and Community.
Acupuncture Community Clinic
Portland Community Acupuncture makes every attempt to make alternative health care available to as many people as possible. We provide high quality acupuncture treatments at affordable rates in a supportive community setting.
The purpose of our sliding scale is to separate the issues of money and treatment; we want you to come in often enough to really get better and stay better!
The table below contains suggested guidelines for what you might pay depending on your income. However, we understand that everyone’s situation is different, and our primary goal is to make acupuncture available to you as often as you need it. No questions asked!
Paperwork (initial intake/consult fee.)$20.00
(2nd treatment/ Followup)$25-40
You decide what you can afford!
Dark Follies Dinner Theater
Dark Follies, Portland’s award winning vaudeville troupe, bring their unique variety show to Local Sprouts in Portland on May 17th at 7:00 PM. Join us for an evening of live music, song, dance, juggling, storytelling and flow performances while you enjoy delicious healthy and locally sourced food. Featuring the talents of The Dark Follies Vaudevillians and The Dark Follies Not Just Rhythm Orchestra!
You donations to support the artists who entertain you are greatly appreciated.
Born of a love of street theater and a desire to bring together the talent in Portland’s goth community, Dark Follies began bringing its special brand of street vaudeville to life during Portland’s First Friday Art Walks in Autumn of 2008. Over the next four years they have produced multiple stage shows and have performed around the northeast at the Cape Cod Festival of Magic, The Steampunk World’s Fair, The Watch City Festival and the Shelburne Museum. They have won Best Street Performer in the Portland Phoenix Best of Portland Awards two years running (2011 & 2012).