**Adult Programs**
Allagash Tails author, Tim Caverly will be appearing at community events, schools, libraries and events throughout New England. In order to Learn more about Maine's Wild and Scenic River, the author and "Allagash Tails", please join us. Look for our booth 'under the little red canoe' where we attend fairs and events .

Program 1) Allagash-New England’s Wild River: Narrated by author and humorist Tim Caverly; the show includes music as well as scenic and historic photos from our ‘northern forest.’ Spectators will canoe the world-famous river, discover forgotten logging history and learn about Native American archaeology. Hear first-hand about the lore, legends, and characters that Tim experienced during his 32-years while a Maine Park Ranger.

Program 2) An Allagash Haunting-A Radio Classic : A damping cloak of darkness approaches and brings a new meaning to the old saying “in the eye of the storm…Canoe with Olivia as she canoes in the worst storm ever… Through ‘an over the air’ broadcast Listeners will hear snapping campfires, ghostly music and the call of a loon while over 120 scenic and historic pictures display on screen. Travel along with a family as they paddle a wild river and as some say, 'back into time.' 

Program 3) Crossed Paths-A wilderness romance. As children, growing up in Baxter State Park, Tim and Susan King Caverly's paths crossed while they hiked around and over mile high Mt. Katahdin. However, the two never met until one fall day at college. Join in on their predestined journey to begin a life together in the Maine woods.

Program 4) “So You Think You Know Maine!.” DISCOVER the birth place of Disney’s Bambi, northern forest ice caves, abandoned railroads, petrographs, and TALES which can only be described as CLASSIC MAINE.​​​​

Program 5) "Christmas in Cornville." In our latest power point presentation for all ages, travel back to 1953 when Tim Caverly attended a one-room school in Cornville, Maine. While the story is read aloud, 68 slides pan across the screen to provide the audience with a full experience of a New England Christmas. Released in December of 2018, the show has been well received at schools, retirement communities and libraries. Blizzards and antics found in the tale are the perfect introduction to the holiday season. We are now scheduling for the 2019. 

**Power Point Programs for the classroom**
*Pre-k to kindergarten: This 30-minute talk introduces our book ‘Andy’s Surprise’ and uses colorful images to tell the story behind the story. The program includes an illustrated reading of the book.

*Grades 2-12th: In the five-steps of the writing process, we use scenic, historic and wildlife photographs, to discuss how our (9) books progressed from the pre-write to publishing. During the presentation, students will receive examples of brainstorming, pre-writing, editing, and revising. As well as scientific terms.

*All audiences: An Allagash Haunting-A Radio Classic : A damping cloak of   darkness  approaches and brings a new meaning to the old saying “in the eye of the storm…Canoe with Olivia as she’s paddles in the worst storm ever…Through a    radio broadcast, hear snapping campfires, ghostly music and the call of a loon while over 120 pictures display across screen. Viewers will  experience New England's wild river in a whole new way as they go with the flow and as some say, ‘back into time.’

*Grades 4th-12th: So You Think You Know Maine!" Discover the birth place of Disney's Bambi, northern forest ice caves, ocean whirlpools, abandon railroads, and pictographs; while learning examples of Maine history and geography. This program is very well suited for schools and their Maine Studies Unit. With the presentation is a student worksheet and accompanying teacher's answer sheet.

*All audiences. Our "Christmas in Cornville" teachers and student published editions are being used by many schools for their Maine Studies Unit. Schools are welcome to contact Tim and Susan Caverly to present the associated power point program. A presentation that is  the perfect touch to summarizing the popular book.
WE ALSO OFFER 'ETHICS IN PUBLIC SERVICE' PROGRAMS FOR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

 April 2019 
*4/26 Thornton Oaks in Brunswick. Time and program TBA.
*4/27 Lion's Convention at Sugarloaf, Maine.

May 2019
*5/2 Dirigo Pines Community in Orono. The Allagash-New England's Wild River at 7:15 pm.
*5/4 & 5/5 Everything Chocolate and More Craft and Artisan Show at the New Hampshire Dome, Emerson Road, Milford
         Sat 10 am- 4 pm; and Sunday 10 am-2 pm.
*5/18 Fly Rod Crosby Days at Fox Carlton Pond in Phillips Maine. Book signing and program 'So You Think You Know Maine' at 12:30 pm in Fox Hall.
*5/22 Children's Days at Leonard's Mills Living History Center in Bradley. 9 am-1 pm each day.
*5/23 Bristol Consolidated School. Student programs at 12:35 and 1:30 pm.
*5/25-26 Joyce's Craft Shows Schouler Park 1 Norcross Circle North Conway, NH.10 am- 5 pm.
*5/29 Children's Days at Leonard's Mills Living History Center in Bradley. 9 am-1 pm.

June 2019
*6/1 6th Annual Made in Maine Expo Brewer Auditorium Wilson Street Brewer, Maine 9 am-3 pm.
*6/14-15 Margaretta Days on the Campus of the University of Maine at Machias, in Machias.
*6/17 New Vineyard Historical Society in New Vineyard. 'So You Think You Know Maine' at 6:30 pm.
*6/19 Amherst Town Library 14 Main Street, Amherst, NH. 'The Allagash-New England's Wild River' at 7 pm.
*6/29 South Berwick Strawberry Festival 9 am-4 pm.

July 2019
*7/1 Ledgewood Bay Community in Milford, NH. "So You Think You Know Maine."
*7/2nd to the 4th Clinton Fourth of July Celebration at the Clinton Fairgrounds. 10 am to 10 pm each day.
* 7/6th & 7th Arts in the Park, Steam Boat Landing in Belfast Maine
*7/13&14 Harbor Arts and Book Fair at the Camden Public Library 55 Main Street, Camden Maine.
*7/20th &21 Bucksport Bay Festival. Sat. 9 am 6 pm; and Sunday 11 am-4 pm.

August 2019
*8/6 Simpson Memorial Library in Carmel, Maine. "So You Think You Know Maine" at 6 pm.
*8/17 & 18 Belfast Harbor Harbor Festival in Belfast. Steamboat Landing and Heritage Park.
*8/23-25th American Folk Festival on the Bangor Waterfront
Friday 5 pm- 10:30 pm; Saturday 11 am- 10:30 pm and Sunday 11 am- 6:30 pm.

September 2019
*9/4 Dover Foxcroft Historical Society 7 pm at Central Hall in Gilford. 'The Allagash-New England's Wild River.'
*9/7th & 8th Fly-Buy Craft Fair in Greenville, Maine  Sat. 9 am-5 pm and Sun. 9 am-3 pm.
*9/20-22 Common Ground Fair in Unity 9 am each day. We may be found at booth 70 in the Marketplace
*9/23 Senor Citizens Group at the Methodist Church on Essex Street in Bangor at noon. Program TBA
​*9/24 Merry Spring Nature Center Camden. 'So You Think You Know Maine' at noon.
*9/27/19 Sawyer Memorial Library. Shows at 2 and 7 pm. Presentation will be a Jeopardy style program of 'So You Think You Know Maine.'
*9/29-10/6 Fryeburg Fair in Fryeburg, Maine. Expo Center booth #2.

October 2019
*10/25 The Gorham House  in Gorham, Maine  'An Allagash Haunting' at 10 am.
*10/26 & 27th REM Craft Fair at Champions in Waterville Maine. Sat and Sunday 9 am to 3 pm.
*10/30th at The Hunt Community in Nashua, NH 'The Allagash-New England's Wild River' at 7:15 pm

November 2019
*11/2 St. Dominic's Holiday Craft Fair in Lewiston from 9 am-3 pm.
*11/20 Program Xmas in Cornville at Golden View in Meredith, NH. 10:30 am

December 2019
*12/1 Simpson Memorial Library in Carmel, Maine Xmas in Cornville-A radio Classic' at 2 pm
*12/4 Program Xmas in Cornville at Meredith Bay Colony Club in Meredith, NH at 3 pm.
*12/6 & 7 Marathon: Half Craft Fair at Stearn's High School Gym.
*12/7 John Bapst Fine Arts Boosters Craft Fair 9 am.
*12/14 Joyce's Craft Show at Double Tree by Hilton Hotel 2 Somerset Parkway, Nashua N.H. 9 am-3 pm.

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