The course winds through woodlands north of Saddleback Mountain and includes single track and nordic groomed trails. Views and possible wildlife sightings are included! Classes include 5K junior, 5K adult, 1K Kids Fun Run, and a 5K untimed tour. For more information call 207-864-4309, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Races start at 10:30AM - registration accepted up to 1 hour before the race.
Saturday March 19 & 26 Hall Farms will be open from 10-2. Stop in at our new sap house for 2 homemade donuts & a coffee for $5.00. We will also be offering a sample of our maple soft serve ice cream and cones to purchase when you fall in love with it. Our full line of maple products will be available to purchase. The new sap house is located on 5 Science Hill Road Dixfield, ME. Our number is 645-2862 if you have any questions or need directions. We hope to see you there!
Everyone at Hall Farms is excited to open for our first Maple Sunday in our new sap house! All you can eat pancakes, 2 locally sourced sausage links, baked beans, coffee or milk and of course our very own maple syrup. There will be maple soft serve ice cream, maple whoopie pies, maple cotton candy, cupcakes, cookies and so much more. We are offering dine in or take out. It will be $12.00 for adults and $8.00 for children. Our new location is 5 Science Road in East Dixfield, our number is 562-2160 or 645-3254 if you have any questions
On Sunday, March 27, at 4:00, Janine Winn will be speaking at the First Congregational Church in Wilton at the invitation of Dr. David Smith, Pastor, about her experiences in Ukraine as a Peace Corps Volunteer, about her perceptions of Ukrainian people, and about the current war. Janine, a resident of Temple, served three years in Ukraine until the March 2020 evacuation of Volunteers due to the COVID pandemic. During that time she lived and worked in the village of Kosmach located in the Carpathian Mountains. She became a welcomed part of an extended family and was included in weddings,
There will be an Easter Egg Hunt on the field beside the Chesterville Town Office on Sunday, April 3rd at 1:00 p.m. This free event is sponsored by the North Chesterville Extension Homemakers. FMI 778-3156.
This class is designed for people who have a diagnosis of chronic pain, offering strategies for dealing with their symptoms. Topics include: techniques to deal with frustration, fatigue, isolation, and poor sleep, appropriate exercise for maintaining and improving strength, appropriate use of medications, communicating effectively with family, friends, and health professionals, nutrition, pacing activity and rest, and how to evaluate new treatments.
Western Maine Audubon invites the general public to join us on Wednesday, April 13th at 7:00 pm for a live presentation titled “Gardening to Please the Birds and the Bees.” The talk will be given by Maine State Horticulturist, Gary Fish and will be held in Room 101 of the Roberts Learning Center at UMF. Until further notice, masks are required by the University. Social distancing is encouraged as well, and we request that all attendees be vaccinated. THANK YOU for helping keep us ALL SAFE.For updated information, please visit our website at https://western.maineaudubon.org/. If you have read Dr. Doug
Good Friday Walk of Witness - April 15 at 1 pm organized by Farmington Area Ecumenical Ministry Please join us for an ecumenical prayer walk in downtown Farmington. It is based on the medieval tradition of the stations of the Cross, from the condemnation of Jesus to his burial. The walk will start in front of North Church, 118 High Street, Farmington and will proceed round a couple of blocks in downtown Farmington, to end beside the cemetery behind the courthouse. It is expected to last about half an hour and will take place unless prevented by bad weather, in
The Phillips Public Library Seed Loan Project presents - Laura Suomi-Lecker is the technical manager of the Ag Allies statewide grassland bird habitat project. She will discuss Maine's grassland-dependent bird species and their conservation, as well as best management practices to improve grassland habitat while maintaining sustainable hay crops. Richard Kersbergen is the Extension Professor for Sustainable Dairy and Forage Systems with the University of Maine Cooperative Extension. He will talk about Forever Chemicals (PFAS) – what they are and how they found their way into our farm fields, water supplies, and food. This presentation and use of the Library
The 9th annual Farmington Earth Day Volunteer Cleanup is being held on Friday April 22nd from 1-3PM. Everyone is welcome to participate: individuals, groups, young and old. Meet at the Pierce House lawn on 204 Main Street anytime between 1 and 3pm. Cleanup for as long as you want. Bags and gloves are provided by the Farmington Public Works Department. For any questions contact this year's coordinator, Jessica Casey, Library Director at 207-381-0393 or email at email@example.com.
Saturday April 23rd from 3-6 p.m. we will be hosting another pulled pork dinner at our new sap house. We are serving a home cooked from scratch meal. Your meal will include pulled pork, mac and cheese, cole slaw and a biscuit. You can choose one of our sweet, mild or hot maple BBQ sauces or our maple mustard. Each meal is only $15 and will be hand delivered to your car. Add a maple Whoopie Pie or Maple Soft Serve cone for only $3. Please call ahead to reserve your pick up time (207) 645-2862. If you’re placing your