Free daily intensive performing arts camp for youth to 17 years old: dance, music, fencing. Taught by visiting Boston artists Duggan Hill, Russell Ferguson, Braun Dapper, Hershey Bliss, Zakyia Watkins, and Shae. Culminates in a public performance. COVID rules for youth programs fully enforced.
Backyard Bands at 158 middle street Farmington Maine 04938 Open to the public! Kids under 12 are free. Bring a chair or blanket! Food, Music, games, and MEGS SWEETS! Join Us for Lindsay Mower! Lindsay is a songstress from Maine. She writes her own music, featuring a fusion of jazzy, folksy, and bluesy pop tunes. She is currently the principal songwriter, vocalist, and bassy rhythm guitarist for the band Natural High Jumble. She loves to have fun and she has really nice teeth.
July 3, 2021 All Day Rangeley Town Park Call 207-864-5571 for more information EVENT IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE - Check back for updates On Saturday, July 3rd, the park will come to life with activities, food and entertainment for all ages, all provided by our area nonprofit organizations. This will be a true family day packed with fun. Festivities begin at 10:00 AM with the Children’s Parade at 10:00 AM and the Duck Race on Haley Pond at 10:30 AM, and go out with a bang as the fireworks get underway at dusk. This event is certain to bring back
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
Join the Farmington Rotary to celebrate Independence Day! A special check presentation will be made to Honor Flight Maine at the beginning of the parade. This year's theme is FREEDOM. Participants welcome and can register the morning of for cash prizes and ribbons. Judging begins at 9 am. Parade starts at the Olsen Student Center parking lot, UMF campus on High Street.
United Way of the Tri-Valley Area is excited to offer our 5th annual COLOR ME UNITED 5K Run/Walk this year! The event will be August 28th, 2021. The race will start at 9am with a huge color explosion at the Narrow Gauge Movie Theater parking lot, right off Front Street in Farmington. The race will end there as well. This year will be even more COLORFUL and fun, come dressed as cool or funky as you can, with your team or as an individual, to win the “best dressed” award! Interested walkers, runners, teams or individuals, etc. can register online at www.uwtva.org for just $30, teams of
The Farmington Gazebo in Meetinghouse Park will be the site of four summer concerts by area youth. Sponsored by ArtsFarmington, these mini concerts will be every Wednesday in July starting at 7pm. There will be no admission charge but donations will be welcomed Here is the schedule: July 7- Abrahm and Samuel Geissinger (trumpet and French horn); July 14- Scott Barber (guitar and kazoo); July 21 – Rachel Spear (guitar and vocals); and July 28 - Hope Chernesky (fiddle, guitar and vocals)
It's not too late to sign up for this summer's Tails and Tales Reading Program with the Forster Memorial Library in Strong. We are accepting sign-ups until the middle of July and the program runs until Aug. 21. Prizes include Giffords, gift certificates to local bookstores, Subway, and the chance to win one of two bikes! Any level of reader below the age of 18 is welcome. Contact the librarian with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 684-4003.
July 8, 2021 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM Oquossoc Village Town Park Call (207) 864-2651 for more information This annual event sponsored by the Rangeley Region Guides' & Sportsmen's Association returns this summer. Fresh strawberry shortcake, crafts, food, and lots more offered for public enjoyment! For more information contact Joyce Fay at (207) 864-2651
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WILTON — The First Congregational Church UCC on Main Street will hold a take-out hot dog and baked bean or macaroni and cheese dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, July 9. Cole slaw, corn bread and cookies are included but not beverages. The meal is by donation to support mission work and church operations. Meals must be ordered by calling 645-2535 or 645-2568 by Tuesday, July 6.