Children ages 5-12 are invited to attend a birthday party for Jesus. Parents are welcome to attend. There will be a Bible lesson, games, songs, treats, and birthday cake. The event will take place at the East Dixfield Fire Station on Rt. 2 in East Dixfield. If planning to attend, please call 779-7180.
Book Sale Saturday, December 11th. The Strong Public Library, in the Forster Memorial Building in Strong, will be holding a book sale on Saturday, December 11th, from ten to three. Stop in, browse, and pick out some reading material for the holidays or a great gift for someone on your list. Contact the library with any questions, (207) 684-4003, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Holiday Hall Trees and Treats 10 am to 2 pm at the Forster Memorial Building in Strong. Bake sale. Book sale. Gift table - Chinese Auction. Decorated Trees will be on display during the event and through the holiday season. Free light refreshments. Santa mailbox. Strong Fire Department will have a mitten/hat drop box which will be donated to the school.
Please join us for a FREE Community Christmas Dinner, take-out style, on Christmas Day. Meal includes ham, mashed potatoes, squash, coleslaw, cranberry sauce, roll, cherry sauce, and your choice of either apple or pumpkin pie. Santa & Mrs. Claus as well as Santa's elf will be joining us! Reservations for a meal are required by Wednesday, Dec 22nd. Pick up is Christmas Day, 12 to 12:30, at the Harnden Masonic Hall, 70 Bryant Road in Wilton. Call 778-6520 to reserve your meal. All are welcome.
The Chesterville Town Christmas Party will be held on Sunday, Dec, 12, 2021, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. OUTSIDE the Chesterville Town Office. Santa will arrive on the fire truck and children will receive some goodies, This free event is sponsored by the North Chesterville Extension Homemakers and all Covid 19 protocols will be be followed. FMI 778-3156.
Prizes will be awarded for Best Lights, Best Trees, Best “Vacationland Fun” theme, and Best Overall theme. Cash prizes and Chamber bucks will be awarded to the winners! Registration is open until December 12th and judging will take place on December 13th. Sign up here **After your house or business is decorated, snap a picture of it and post it to the Holiday Home & Business Decorating Contest event page here. People will then vote on their favorites!**
The darkest day of the year marks the planet's movement towards the light in our hemisphere, a journey we need to follow. According to the Yogis, the source of all suffering is ignorance. Ignorance of our true purpose as human beings! To live in accordance with that is the only way we will reach the fulfillment we unrelentingly seek. Join us to take a plunge into the wisdom of the Yogis, the oldest tradition known to man, on how to LIVE in a way that benefits all beings and can change the world! $90/full day, $45/half day suggested donation. 100%
Join downtown Farmington for a late night of holiday shopping! On December 18th, select stores downtown will be open until 9 p.m. offering deals, special events, treats and more. Gift wrapping by donation will be available at the old movie theater on Broadway. The Chewonki Foundation will be bringing live owls to Twice Sold Tales at 5 p.m. and carol singers will be gathering at Vera's Iron & Vine at 4:30 p.m. By shopping local, you will automatically be entered into a raffle for a summer's worth of free Giffords ice cream and two tickets to the Sandy River Music
Farmington Area Ecumenical Ministry will hold a special Service of Compassion and Hope in the Christmas Season at Fairbanks Union Church on Tuesday, December 21, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. The Christmas season is a joyful time for many people, but for those who have lost a loved one, this can be a difficult time of the year. Many of us also feel the losses associated with covid. This service will provide music, song, and prayer in support of those experiencing loss. A candle-lighting ceremony will be part of the service, and special music. Fairbanks Union Church is located at 583
Christmas Eve is a time laden with traditions and special memories. For many, the traditional candlelight Christmas Eve service at their local church has been a special way of getting to the heart of the season. Due to the high COVID transmission rate in our area, Sugarloaf Christian Ministry will be offering their Christmas Eve Service on Zoom on Friday, December 24th at 7pm. You can find the link at www.sugarloafministry.com, or at https://www.sugarloaf.com/events-calendar Round up some candles, gather the family, bring some popcorn if you like, and come join in this time-honored tradition of candlelight, carols and the Christmas
Fish Chowder Take Out at Trinity United Methodist Church in Farmington, Maine. Every Wed. morning the Trinity UMC cooks and special biscuit maker, cook up delicious fresh biscuits and large pots of fish chowder for the community to enjoy! The take out meal can be picked up at the front door on Wed. at 11:30-12:30 each week through the months of Jan., Feb. and March. Cancellations due to bad weather will be announce on WKTJ and channels 6 & 8 . Please feel free to come and enjoy helping us some day. We really enjoy seeing the familiar faces each
This year on Monday January 17 at 12 noon, Farmington Area Ecumenical Ministry will be celebrating the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Zoom (no in-person service). The zoom link is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85967121968?pwd=akJFZlBtKzhEblo3NXFqeXdLMllPUT09 and is also available on the FAEM website Worship Experiences tab at https://faemchurches.org/worship-experiences/. Our guest speaker this year will be Alyne Cistone. Alyne moved her family to Maine over a decade ago following her graduation from University of Nairobi and Case Western Reserve School of Law. As founder and CEO of Global Tides, LLC she understands the nuances of living in multiple worlds. Alyne works with