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Tuesday Night Supper Club

Want a meal that is fast, delicious--and free? Stop by the Tuesday Night Supper Club! Our menu offers a choice of homemade main dishes (including a vegetarian option) as well as a variety of "sides" and desserts. We serve dinner every Tuesday night, from 5 to 6 p.m. The Tuesday Night Supper Club is located at 227 Main Street in Farmington, next door to Old South First Congregational Church. Everything is free, and everyone is welcome! The Tuesday Night Supper Club is a project of the Old South Youth Group.

7th Annual Winterpaloozah!

Pond Street, Rangeley 7 Pond Street, Rangeley, ME

Enjoy a day of playing on the frozen pond and in the snow.  Horse & wagon rides, Cardboard Sled Race, ice skating, saucer bowling, pond hockey, curling, snow golf, fat tire bikes, kicksleds, snow kiting, XC skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, snow castle, campfire & marshmallow roast, hot chocolate and more fun and games for the family.  Free. Also pay-for-entry competitions, including Dog Keg Pull, Firewood Toss, Buoy Ball and the Fat Tire Bike Race.  Prizes will be awarded! Hot lunch available starting at 11AM at Haley Pond Park.

Easter Coloring Contest

The members of the Farmington Downtown Association will be sponsoring an Easter Coloring contest for children age 10 and under.  This traditional coloring contest allows young children to show off their coloring talents that they may have been working on during remote learning times and gives them a chance to win a fun filled Easter basket.  Coloring pages may be picked up from participating Downtown businesses starting March 22nd.  The completed pages need to be return to Wicked Good Candy at 169 Front Street, Farmington no later than April 3rd at 5:00pm to be entered into the judging for fabulous

Free

10th annual One in Five 5K

Join us for the 10th annual One in Five 5K either virtual or in person on Sunday, April 25th at FirstPark (46 FirstPark Dr) in Oakland at 9 am! Inspired by the current Maine statistic of an estimated ONE in FIVE people in Maine have been affected by sexual violence (Muskie School of Public Policy, Maine Crime Victimizations Rates, 2011), the Sexual Assault Crisis & Support Center is hosting this race. You can choose to sign up for the virtual race or you can join us at FirstPark  on April 25th! Sign up before March 25th to receive a free

Doll Carriage Parade

July 3, 2021 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM Assembles at the Rangeley Inn Call (207) 557-2503 for more information This local fun event will be on Saturday July 3rd. Registration is from 9:00 AM to 9:30 AM. Late entries will be allowed in the parade , but will not be judged. Judging ends at 9:45 AM. Parade starts at 10:00 AM at the lawn of Rangeley Inn and ending at Rangeley Town Park. The categories will be Walkers, Bikes and Wheels, Carriages, Wagons, Groups and Child driven battery operated vehicles. Our focus is making this the Kid's parade, as it was in

Free

Paper Making Heritage Community Celebration!

Maine's Paper & Heritage Museum 22 Chuch Street, Livermore Falls, ME

Maine’s Paper and Heritage Museum, 22 Church Street Livermore Falls, will host the 3rd annual Paper Making Heritage Community Celebration on Saturday, August 28 from 10 AM to 2 PM.  Events include museum tours, hands on paper making demonstrations, Riley family history presentation by Will Riley at 11 AM (Edwin Riley, Will’s great grandfather was the first manager of the Paper Mills built in the area which were incorporated with others to become International Paper Corporation), initial presentation of a model of the Riley Mansion crafted and donated to the museum by Robert Shink, garage sale and lunch of hot

Free