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Jay-Niles Memorial Library Booksale

Jay-Niles Memorial Library 983 Main St, Jay

The Jay-Niles Memorial Library is holding a summer-long used book sale to benefit children’s library programs. The book sale is open Monday & Tuesday 1-6, Wednesday & Thursday 12-5, and Friday 9-2.  Prices for books are by donation.  A wide selection of books is available in the library’s Memorial Hall in the upstairs of the library.  All are welcome to come shop through the huge collection of books, including books for children, teens, and adults, large-print books, paperback and hardcover books, fiction and nonfiction books, crafting books, and more.  We also have DVDs, VHS, CDs, vinyl, and audiobooks for sale.

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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.

Western Maine Audubon presents: Aquatic Invaders in Maine with Roberta Hill

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

Western Maine Audubon will be presenting the first of its fall talk series on Wednesday, September 8 at 7 pm. “What You Should Know About the Threat of Aquatic Invaders in Maine,” will be presented by Roberta Hill, Invasive Species Program Director for Lake Stewards of Maine. In this talk, Roberta will address the following questions and more: What makes an organism invasive? What threats do invasive organisms pose to Maine’s native ecosystems? How do invasive aquatic species impact humans? What are the drivers behind introduction of invaders to Maine and the vectors exacerbating their spread within the state? What

Free