TUESDAY The Red Claws host a free clinic at a Dunkin Donuts in Gorham. There’ll also be time for kids to get their photos taken with the players and grab a couple of autographs. The clinic is at the Dunkin Donuts at 593 Lower Main Street from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. The team is holding aseries of clinics across the state.
WEDNESDAY David Hursty, the former Headmaster at Bridgton Academy, will make a presentation at the Bridgton Brown Bag Lunch Series on what causes boys to fail academically. He’ll share research on boys and reading, hearing, color perception and organization. Hursty will also share possible solutions. The lunch is free and open to the public. It’ll be at noon in the lower level of Bridgton’s Municipal Complex.
THURSDAY Hempstock kicks off at Freedom Field in Harmony. The concert, which runs through Sunday, promotes marijuana advocacy. Founder Don Christen says this year he’ll be looking for signatures for a petition to remove Maine’s new medical marijuana law and instead, make pot legal for everyone over 19 years old.
FRIDAY The Wells Police Department and York County Community College are holding a CSI camp all week. On Friday, the kids’ skills at detecting evidence like fingerprints, shoe markings and blood stain analysis will be put to use as they investigate a mock crime scene. Campers will be assigned responsibilities in identifying a suspect and proving the case in court.
ALSO SATURDAY Manna Ministries turns 20. The organization helps the needy and provides a variety of recovery services for the addicted.
SUNDAY To honor dead troops,Run For The Fallen will put on a 65K run. Each kilometer is dedicated to a soldier who has been killed who also has ties to Maine. The run which is not a race starts in Ogunquit and ends in Portland’s Monument Square. Organizers say you can run as much as you feel comfortable with, there will be buses to assist with those who can’t make the whole route.