An Evening with Bernd Heinrich

Chesterville Center Union Meeting House 3 Borough RoadChesterville,

Internationally renowned author, field biologist, illustrator, and long distance runner Bernd Heinrich will appear at the Chesterville Center Meeting House. After a childhood in the forest of post-war northern Europe, then Weld and Fairfield, Maine, and an academic career spanning the continent, Heinrich has retired to his true home, a forest in Weld. He will reflect on the significance of Franklin County in his long life and entertain questions from the audience on any of his works. Having set numerous distance running records and authored 2 dozen books on various nature topics as well as on running, the conversation could

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Town of Starks, Appeals Board Hearing

Starks Community Center 57 Anson Road, Starks, ME

The Starks' Appeals Board will have a public hearing on a request from the New England Clean Energy Connect (NECEC) for an extension variance of their Site Plan and Shoreland Zoning approvals of the NECEC Project. The request is to extend approval for 18 months until December 2, 2023.

STRONG HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETS

STRONG HISTORICAL SOCIETY: The June meeting of the Strong Historical Society will be Wednesday, June 1, 2022, and is open to the public. The Hammond Memorial House, at 79 N. Main Street, will be open at 5:00 p.m. for guests interested in brief tours. Our pot-luck supper will be served for dining at 6:00 p.m. (Bring a dish to share). The business meeting will be at 7:00 p.m., followed by our guest speaker, Virginia Anderson, who will speak on her quest to get family journals into appropriate historical archives. Being the daughter of the late Queda Huff Anderson, she has

Bonney Woods Corporation Annual Meeting

The annual meeting of the Bonney Woods Corporation will take place on Monday, June 6 at 7 p.m. at Old North Church, located at 118 High Street, in downtown Farmington. Are you a neighbor or user of these trails? Please consider attending! Learn how you may volunteer – or donate – towards supporting these trails. We are always open to suggestions or comments. Please go to our website https://www.powderhousehill.org/ to sign up to volunteer, donate, and find out more information.    The Bonney Woods Corporation is a non-profit organization that manages a 190-acre, multi-use trail network 0.5 miles from Farmington’s

Hiring Event Job Fair!

UMF - Learning Center Parking Lot 252 Main Street., Farmington, ME

Outside Hiring Event, Learning Center Parking Lot, UMF, Farmington June 8, 2022 Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: Learning Center Parking Lot, UMF, Farmington, ME 04938 Sponsored By: Wilton CareerCenter, University of Maine, Farmington   Outside Hiring Event, Learning Center Parking Lot, UMF, Farmington | 10 am to Noon The following employers will be at this event: CMCC Community Concepts General Dynamics/BIW Industrial Roofing Company Living Innovations ND Paper Promise Early Education Center Somerset County Sheriff Sugarloaf US Border Patrol Come join us in Farmington on Wednesday, 8 June, 2022 from 10:00 am to Noon for an Outside Hiring

Foothills Land Conservancy Annual Meeting

Academy Hill School Cafeteria 585 Depot StreetWilton,

Foothills Land Conservancy will hold its annual meeting from 6:30 to 8 pm on Wednesday, June 15 at Academy Hill School Cafeteria in Wilton. During the first part, we will conduct our annual business meeting. Election of officers and board members will take place.  The second part of the meeting will be a presentation by Dr. Julia Daly, Associate Professor of Geology at the University of Maine at Farmington.  Dr. Daly deployed and maintains the monitoring buoy on Wilson Lake. She will be discussing her findings.  Anyone interested in more information the meeting or Foothills in general may contact info@foothillslandconservancy.org.

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Hunger Solutions Exchange, hosted by the United Way of the Tri-Valley Area

UMF - Roberts Courtyard and North Dining Hall 111 South St, Farmington, ME

United Way of the Tri-Valley Area is hosting the first Hunger Solutions Exchange to bring together all responding to food insecurity in greater Franklin County. Whether you are operating, supporting, donating to, collaborating with or volunteering at a pantry, meal program, annual holiday dinner, blessing box, Little Free Pantry, or other way of providing food free of charge to the people of greater Franklin County, we hope you will join us at the University of Maine at Farmington, North Dining Hall and Roberts Courtyard from 8:30 a.m. to noon on June 17. The first Hunger Solutions Exchange will provide the

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Titcomb Mountain – Annual Membership Meeting

Titcomb Mountain 180 Ski Slope Road, Farmington, ME

The Annual Meeting for the Titcomb Mountain Membership will take place on June 22nd at 6:00pm. All members and interested community members are encouraged to attend. The Friendliest Mountain Around provides members an incredible value. Come take part in the decision making process as we prepare for the year to come. Open to all members and others in the community.