The late winter nor'easter is causing changes in schedules all around the Midcoast. The Maine Emergency Management Agency hosted a conference call to discuss concerns about travel and possible power outages.

“We urge citizens to travel only if necessary during the worst of the storm,” said MEMA Director Suzanne Krauss. “With temperatures hovering around freezing, road conditions are expected to be extremely slick.”

The following list is being updated as postponements and cancellations come in.

— Camden Hills Regional High School's one-act play preview has been pushed up to 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 7.

— URock in Rockland is closing at 4 p.m.

Wednesday, March 7, and will remain closed Thursday, March 8.

— No bingo at Rockland Lodge of Elks Wednesday, March 7

— "Tracking Biodiversity in Acadia's Coastal Refuge" at the Camden Public Library will not take place on Thursday, March 8. Stay tuned for the announcement of a replacement date. FMI:

— The Bureau of Motor Vehicles is canceling all driver license examinations scheduled for Thursday, March 8, due to the weather forecast. Those who are scheduled for an exam Thursday will automatically be rescheduled and will receive notice of a new exam date via the mail.

— The School Safety Forum hosted by MSAD 28/Five Town CSD Thursday, March 8, at 6:30 p.m., at the Camden Hills Regional High School will be held as planned.

— The city of Rockland is declaring a snow emergency parking ban. This ban prohibits parking of any vehicles upon all of the city streets, or municipal parking lots from 9 p.m. Wednesday until 6 a.m. Thursday.

— Betz Chiropractic & Wellness of Rockport will be closed Thursday, March 8, reopening Monday, March 12.

— The Camden Public Library will be closed Thursday morning, March 8. The afternoon schedule is still to be determined, check back or check the library website.

—  "Coping with Adversity Through Art & The Creative Process"  by Maureen Egan and Dave Morrison at Rockland Public Library is postponed from March 8 to May 31.

— Mid-Coast Solid Waste will be closed until noon Thursday, March 8. If the storm has subsided and the roads and facility are safe, it will reopen at noon.

— The Rockport Town Office will be closed Thursday, March 8.

— Camden Town Offices for all non-emergency personnel are closed March 8.

— The Lincolnville Town Office will be closed to the public Thursday, March 8

— The Warren Town Office and the Warren Transfer Station will be closed March 8.

—  Knox County Administrative Offices, Knox County Superior Court, and Rockland District Court will all be closed Thursday, March 8, due to the storm.  They will reopen Friday, March 9,at 8 a.m.

— Warren Free Public Library is closed, March 8.

— All state offices are closed Thursday, March 8, by order of the governor.

— The Safety Forum planned for March 8 by the MSAD #28/Five Town CSD School Districts has been postponed to a date to be announced.

As of 5 p.m. Thursday, March 8, Central Maine Power reported 17,898 customers without power. Of those, 216 were in Knox County and16 were in the Lincoln County town of Waldoboro. For further information, check the utility's website.

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