Farmington Elks Public Take Out Dinner

Farmington Elks Lodge 120 School Street, Farmington, ME

On February 26th, we will be having a Public Take out supper. We are located at 120 School Street from 4:30pm to 5:30pm. Meal will include Chicken Leg Quarters, Stuffing, Corn, Bread & dessert. Adults $10 & under 12, $5. Deadline for reserving a meal is Thursday, February 24th by calling the Lodge @ 207-778-6761 or messaging us on Facebook.  All proceeds will be donated to Franklin Memorial Hospitals Cardiology Department.

Roderick-Crosby American Legion Post 28 – Member Meeting

Roderick-Crosby American Legion Post 28 158 High Street, Farmington, ME

The Roderick-Crosby American Legion Post 28 will meet on Tuesday, March 1st. All members and guests are welcome to join fellow Legionnaires at the canteen for a social hour, the member dinner and/or the general business meeting as your schedule permits. Greater Farmington area veterans are welcome to attend to learn more about Post 28. Contact Drew Goodridge, Post 28 Adjutant, at 207-200-8756, for more information. The canteen and dinner are member expenses with cash accepted. All activities will take place in the basement level of the Legion Hall. The meeting address is 158 High Street, Farmington, ME at the

Mt. Blue Area Garden Club’s First 2022 Meeting

As those anxious to begin tapping maple trees are now hanging sapping pails, gardeners are anxious to get back to digging in the warm earth. The Mt. Blue Area Garden Club welcomes you to its first meeting of 2022 on March 15, 12:30 at Trinity United Methodist Church on Farmington Falls Road, Farmington. The program will be  sharing "Tried and True Gardening Tips." They will also discuss suggestions for speakers and programs for future meetings. Make sure you come if you have tips or suggestions about gardening topics to share. There will not be hostesses at this meeting and members

Farmington Elks Public Take Out Dinner

Farmington Elks Lodge 120 School Street, Farmington, ME

On March 26th, the Farmington Elks Lodge will be having a Public Take out dinner located at 120 School Street in West Farmington, Maine, from 4:30pm to 5:30pm. The meal will be Meatloaf, Mashed Potato, Gravy, Vegetable, Bread & dessert. Cost of meals for Adults $10.00, under 12 $5. Deadline for meal reservations is Thursday, March 24th. Call us @ 207-778-6761 or message us on Facebook. All proceeds will be donated to our Youth Activities in our Community.

Mt. Blue Area Garden Club’s April 19th meeting to host Gary Fish, Maine State Horticulturist

Trinity UMC 612 FARMINGTON FALLS RD, Trinity United Methodist Church, FARMINGTON, ME

The Mt. Blue area Garden Club is pleased to welcome Gary Fish, the Maine State Horticulturist to speak at our 12:30 pm, April 19 meeting held at Trinity United Methodist Church, Farmington Falls, Farmington. He will present "Beetles, Bittersweet, and Buckthorn, OH MY!", focusing on invasive pests in our gardens and forests. A social half hour, prior to the program with light refreshments will be hosted by Tom Saviello, Peg Lang and Amy Palmer. The speaker will begin after a brief business meeting at 1:00.  All are welcome to attend. Current CDC COVID protocol will be followed. Gary grew up

Mt. Blue Area Garden Club’s April 19th meeting to host Gary Fish, Maine State Horticulturist

Trinity UMC 612 FARMINGTON FALLS RD, Trinity United Methodist Church, FARMINGTON, ME

The Mt. Blue area Garden Club is pleased to welcome Gary Fish, the Maine State Horticulturist to speak at our 12:30 pm, April 19 meeting held at Trinity United Methodist Church, Farmington Falls, Farmington. He will present "Beetles, Bittersweet, and Buckthorn, OH MY!", focusing on invasive pests in our gardens and forests. A social half hour, prior to the program with light refreshments will be hosted by Tom Saviello, Peg Lang and Amy Palmer. The speaker will begin after a brief business meeting at 1:00.  All are welcome to attend. Current CDC COVID protocol will be followed. Gary grew up

Mt. Blue Area Garden Club’s April 19th meeting to host Gary Fish, Maine State Horticulturist

Trinity UMC 612 FARMINGTON FALLS RD, Trinity United Methodist Church, FARMINGTON, ME

The Mt. Blue area Garden Club is pleased to welcome Gary Fish, the Maine State Horticulturist to speak at our 12:30 pm, April 19 meeting held at Trinity United Methodist Church, Farmington Falls, Farmington. He will present "Beetles, Bittersweet, and Buckthorn, OH MY!", focusing on invasive pests in our gardens and forests. A social half hour, prior to the program with light refreshments will be hosted by Tom Saviello, Peg Lang and Amy Palmer. The speaker will begin after a brief business meeting at 1:00.  All are welcome to attend. Current CDC COVID protocol will be followed. Gary grew up

Town of Starks Appeals Board Hearing

The Appeals Board will have a public hearing on a request from New England Clean Energy Connect (NECEC) for an extension variance of their Site Plan and Shoreland Zoning Project in Starks. This variance would grant an 18 month  extension until December 2, 2023. Summary: The Site Plan Review Ordinance limits the duration of the Site Plan Approvals to an initial twelve months and two 6 month extensions.  NECEC Transmission, LLC would like an additional 18 month  extension until December 2, 2023 due to issues beyond their control.  Questions/concerns can be sent to townofstarks@gmail.com with Appeals Board – NECEC Variance

Free

Webster Cemetery Association meeting April 24

Webster Cemetery Association. We are having our 102nd annual meeting on Sunday, April 24th @ 2pm. We will be meeting at the Chesterville town office on the Dutch Gap Road. All are welcome to attend.

Western Maine Audubon presents: Maine’s Damselflies and Dragonflies” – a talk by Dr. Ron Butler

UMF - Lincoln Auditorium

Western Maine Audubon presents “Maine’s Damselflies and Dragonflies” – a presentation by Dr. Ron Butler Western Maine Audubon will sponsor a presentation by Dr. Ron Butler titled, “Maine’s Damselflies and Dragonflies” on Wednesday, May 11th at 7:00 pm in UMF’s Lincoln Auditorium. This presentation—which is open to the general public—will begin with a general overview of the evolution, ecology, and behavior of damselflies and dragonflies (Order Odonata). This will be followed by a brief survey of some of Maine’s 161 known odonate species. Finally, conservation concerns for this important group of insects will be discussed, and resources to facilitate contributions

Free

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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