Public Events Winter 2019


Provided as a community service by WMSC in collaboration with the Bethel Family Health Center and MSAD#44/Continuing Education. Free and open to the public.

Atrial Fibrillation Revisited 

Dr. Daniel van Buren, Cardiologist, returns to help educate the community about heart disease. He has mentioned in past presentations the uniqueness of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) as it is diagnosed in women. He said that after the age of 63, one in three women will develop some form of cardiovascular disease. He will discuss the unique clinical features of atrial fibrillation in women, the ongoing myths about heart disease in women, and how these myths affect the use of certain diagnostic tests and procedures in women. FMI contact Peter Musso (207-890-7034 / 
Thurs., Feb. 7; 4:30-6:00, (Snow date Feb. 14). West Parish Congregational Church, Bethel.


Our friends and neighbors demonstrate the rich and varied talents, skills, and adventures of the residents of our State of Maine. Free and open to the public.

Manufacturing History of Locke’s Mills 

Local residents Blaine Mills and Will Chapman will present a slide show and narration on the history of manufacturing in Locke’s Mill from 1816 to the present. 
Tues., Feb 5; 4:30-6:30; Bethel Historical Society, Moses Mason House, 14 Broad St. Bethel