top of page
IG story template 2.jpg

Refugees Revisited: Author & Discussion
Monday May 1st, 10:30 AM - Noon

at The Peace Gallery
112 Main Street, Damariscotta ME

As debates around immigration continue, author/traveler Madeline Uraneck’s presentation about her three-decades long experience with a single refugee family gives a positive and inspiring look at long term results of family “adoption”, not only for the family in question but for the person and community doing the “adopting.”

In Maine, Madeline wishes to consult with sponsors to add a local individual with refugee background to the presentation, to bring to life successes and challenges when people add a new culture, career, and language to their life journey.

Our Purpose 

To showcase and support the creative works of veterans by providing a mixed-use arts space that fosters understanding and connection between veterans and the wider community.


We encourage anyone who would like to learn more about our efforts here to reach out! Send us an email, check out our social media or subscribe to receive updates right to your email. We are passionate about this project and love to answer any questions!


To get the Peace Gallery up and running and keep this beautiful space open to our community and visitors alike we do rely on donations and the goodwill of others. There are so many opportunities here to bring people together in an accessible location in the heart of Damariscotta. If you share our passion, please consider donating below. Any and every little bit helps.

Thank you for visiting our website!

Support The Peace Gallery

Thank you for helping us make a difference!

bottom of page