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- Address: 93 Main Street, Suite 201, Waterville
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Epsom Salt Float Tent
The float tent is an amazing experience, recently increasing in popularity for its ability to provide a meditative state for body and mind as well as help the body heal as it bathes in magnesium sulfate.
The tent is maintained at a 93.5 degree temperature, designed to feel like body temperature so the person floating has a sensory deprivation experience with no noise, no light, and no sense of being hot or cold. Floating is an excellent therapy for those with stress, anxiety, or PTSD. It is four times as concentrated as the Dead Sea, allowing a unique floating experience. It allows the body to relax, detoxify, and replenish. It leaves you feeling amazingly relaxed and energized at the same time.
The infrared sauna helps your body systems detoxify through the use of infrared waves. It is not a steam sauna and is 80-90% more effective than a steam sauna in benefiting your health. It also has colored light therapy to balance your energy and organs. It can help with weight loss, pain relief, stress, sleep, the immune system including cancer fighting cells, and skin health. It helps increase energy levels, stamina, and mental clarity.
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I still offer Private Yoga Classes, Massage, Reflexology and Reiki.
Ski Passes for Quarry Road Trails Available at Discounted Pre-Season Rates
Season ski passes are available at discounted pre-season rates through Nov. 30 and can be purchased online at quarryroad.org, the Finance Dept. at Waterville’s City Hall, or the Alfond Youth Center. For further information about the area, programs, and events, call Waterville Parks and Recreation at (207) 680-4744 or visit quarryroad.org.
Christopher Hastings Confections will hold an artisan chocolate tasting at Tree Spirits in conjunction with their wine and spirit tasting and absinthe demos. During this free chocolate tasting event, attendees can learn how artisan chocolates are made by hand right here in Maine’s Kennebec Valley. Not only will you learn about making chocolate, we’ll give you recipes you can try at home to make your own dessert fillings and toppings using Tree Spirits wine and spirits — and just a little bit of sugar, spice and everything nice… Chocolates will be sampled and sold. Wine/spirits tastings $5 and you keep the glass!
Waterville Creates! Launches New and Improved Website at WatervilleCreates.org — Waterville Creates!
Waterville, Maine — Waterville Creates!, one of Maine’s leading arts and cultural organizations and a key driver in making the city a vibrant destination in central Maine, has launched a new website to better serve its Partners, the regions art organizations, and the artists of the Kennebec Valley communities. The improved website, which features an easy-to-use art and community event calendar, includes a new online presence for Common Street Arts, Waterville Creates! Programmatic arm, and provides easy links to Waterville Creates!’ online ticket system.
“We know from our recent work in developing a cultural plan for the City of Waterville that Waterville residents and visitors first learn about our arts programming through online searches,” says Patricia King, VP of Programs and Operations of Waterville Creates! “Our new website is more visually dynamic and also incorporates the latest in Search Engine Optimization technology and features an easy-to-use, self-serve community and arts events calendar, which we expect will generate greater awareness of local events and programs to fuel increased collaboration with other partners throughout the community.”
Greater Waterville area non-profit organizations and businesses are encouraged to enter their own upcoming events on the new Waterville Creates! Calendar. Anyone is welcome to submit an event; events selected to be included on the calendar will also be promoted through Waterville Creates! social media promotion on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and will also be considered for Waterville Creates! popular enewsletter, the Arts Spotlight, delivered to email inboxes every Monday morning.
To view the new website, visit: www.WatervilleCreates.org
The REM Craft Fair will feature talented crafters from all over Maine. The two day event will be held again this year at Champion’s Fitness Club, 30 Elm Plaza, Waterville on Saturday, October 28th from 10am to 5pm and on Sunday, October 29th from 10am to 3pm. The craft fair will showcase the work of high-quality Maine artisans so you can support our local Maine artisans and find that perfect, unique gift at the same time! And while you’re there, be sure to enjoy a bowl of one of the great homemade soups available!
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Recently our friends at WABI TV 5 aired a news story featuring the change in leadership at the Maine International Film Festival in Waterville. Mike Perreault is taking over the top post from our President and CEO, Shannon Haines, who served as Festival Director for 15 years. Shannon will certainly remain involved with the festival in her role as President and Chief Executive Officer of Waterville Creates!
Entry Deadline: September 1
Exhibition Period: October 2017 – September 2018
Location:17 Railroad Square
The Maine Film Center’s Art in the Lobby exhibition series at Railroad Square Cinema provides an opportunity for Maine visual artists of various ages, media, and lifestyles to exhibit their work in a high-profile venue. While the Maine Film Center’s primary focus is film, the organization has always been committed to the promotion and incorporation of visual arts into its programs and venues, and they are excited to pursue new, multi-disciplinary programs and partnerships. The Call to Artists residing in Maine. All work must be original and ready to be delivery. For more information manner to the public at the time of the Railroad Square Cinema website.
ALBION – Danielle Harik, DO, will be joining Lovejoy Health Center’s medical team in a one-year position this summer to provide primary care to people of all ages. She recently completed the Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center Family Medicine Residency in Oregon. In 2010, she obtained a Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from Michigan State University. Previously, Danielle obtained a Bachelor of Science degree at Lee Honors College of Western Michigan University. Her areas of clinical interest include women’s health, international medicine, and nutrition in medicine.
“I am drawn to the Lovejoy Health Center because of the mission to treat people of all ages, regardless of their background or socioeconomic status,” Danielle recently shared. “My residency clinic is a patient-centered medical home and I have greatly appreciated the support of all my colleagues and the myriad of clinic resources available to better serve our patients. I am excited to continue to work in this model with a supportive team as a multidisciplinary approach is best when trying to reach optimal health. Lastly, I was immediately impressed by the warm, welcoming nature of everyone at Lovejoy. I look forward to joining the practice.”
Lovejoy Health Center is part of HealthReach Community Health Centers, a group of eleven Federally Qualified Health Centers in Central and Western Maine. Dedicated providers deliver high quality medical and behavioral health care to citizens in over 80 rural communities. To ensure access for everyone, HealthReach accepts Medicare, MaineCare and major insurances. In addition, an Affordable Care Program is available to uninsured and underinsured residents as well as assistance with applications for programs that help with the cost of healthcare and medications including the Health Insurance Marketplace. A private, non-profit with a 42-year history, HealthReach is funded by patient fees, grants and individual donations.