Western Maine Market

Western Maine Market, an online Farmers’ Market, operates weekly, year-round. Place your order on Wednesday to receive it Friday. We have pick-up locations in Farmington, Freeman, Kingfield, New Vineyard, and Rangeley. We offer free delivery directly to your home or workplace along our delivery route: Route 4, downtown Farmington to Strong; Route 27, Farmington to Kingfield; Routes 142 & 145, Kingfield to Strong; Town Farm Rd., Farmington. Delivery beyond that route may be available for a fee. Call Deborah at 207 860-0703 or email info@WesternMaineMarket.com for more info.

Community Connect- discussion-based learning

Discussion-based learning and connection in a virtual classroom. Classes are open to all adult learners and interested community members. Limited classroom space is available in Farmington, Livermore Falls, and Phillips for those without online access.

Tai Chi for Health & Balance

Location: Zoom (video & audio required) Instructors: SeniorsPlus Staff & Volunteers To register: Email edcenter@seniorsplus.org or call 795-4010 Tai Chi is an enjoyable exercise that can improve balance, relieve pain, and improve health, and one's ability to do things. It is a slow exercise. It is easy to learn and good for all ability levels. The essential principles of Tai Chi include mind and body integration, fluid movements, controlled breathing and mental concentration. Tai Chi is one of the most effective exercises for the health of mind and body. It helps people to relax and feel better. Participants of this workshop

$20.00

“Predators: The Balance of Nature” presented by Western Maine Audubon

Online event at: https://western.maineaudubon.org/events/

Western Maine Audubon invites the general public to a free online webinar on Wednesday, March 10 at 7:00 pm presented by the Chewonki Foundation: “Predators: The Balance of Nature.”  Scary, disgusting, wicked, vicious—nature’s predators have a rough reputation. On March 10 at 7:00 pm, Western Maine Audubon invites the public to experience the Chewonki Foundation’s online presentation, “Predators: The Balance of Nature.” This free webinar explores the many commonly held myths about predators and then works to dispel those myths. Highlighting the remarkable adaptations that help predators find and consume their prey, the presentation will engage participants with a vivid

free to general public