Strong library’s Tails and Tales Reading Program is accepting sign ups now

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: estronglibrary@gmail.com or (207) 684-4003.

Think Global: How to Expand Your Business Internationally

Zoom

In this three-part virtual series, Think Global, we will explore the possibility of expanding your business internationally, and the steps required to do so. Session 1: June 29th, 4pm-5:30pm: The opening session will include a brief introduction of the Think Global workshop series, presenting each speaker of the workshop, and the topics that will be presented throughout the training. Session 2: July 13th, 4pm-5:30pm: The second session will center discussion around communication and marketing in international markets. This is an especially important aspect that can help businesses better interact and work with people from different cultures. Session 3: July 20th,

Free

Music at the Gazebo

Meetinghouse Park,Downtown

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. On July 21 Rachel Spear will be playing guitar and singing. For more information check the website artsfarmington.org. Any questions call 778-9437.

Free

Banking Presentation

Farmington Public Library 117 Academy Street, Farmington, ME

Join Kendra Wheeler from Bangor Savings Bank in a virtual lesson on banking in 2021 at the Farmington Public Library. Topics include the benefits of online banking, mobile banking, identity theft protection, travel safety, and increasing confidence online. The library will provide space, computers, and staff assistance for the interactive parts of the presentation. Call the library to reserve a computer at 778-4312. For those who want to join in from home, a Zoom link will be posted on the library's Facebook page and website the day of the event.

Free
Recurring

Fairbanks Union Church yard sale (rain date)

A two day yard sale at Fairbanks Union Church. Friday, July 23, 2021 from 9:00 to 2:00. Saturday, July 24, 2021 from 9:00 to 1:00. at 12:00 noon all items are one half price. We have a large assortment of furniture, toys, dishes, linens, some antiques, and lots more. Clothing will be $1.00 per bag. Fairbanks Union Church is at 583 Fairbanks Road, Farmington.

Recurring

Farmington Farmers’ Market

Downtown Farmington Array, Farmington, Array

Farmers' market held twice each week May through October in downtown Farmington: Fridays, 10am-1pm on Front Street, across from the Better Living Center Saturdays 9am-noon on Main St, in the District Courthouse parking lot

Free
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Farmington Farmers’ Market

Downtown Farmington Array, Farmington, Array

Farmers' market held twice each week May through October in downtown Farmington: Fridays, 10am-1pm on Front Street, across from the Better Living Center Saturdays 9am-noon on Main St, in the District Courthouse parking lot

Free

Dedication To Kenneth “Spider” Durrell Memorial Scoreboard

Farmington Elks "Joe Toot" Field Marvel Street, West Farmington, ME

On Sunday, July 25th @ 12:45pm the family of Kenneth "Spider" Durrell, will be having a dedication in his honor of the new scoreboard that was recently donated to the Farmington Elks, "Joe Toot" Memorial Field. We are welcoming anyone that new Spider or played on the field in the past to please join us in his memory.  

Backyard Bands : Shannon

LIVE MUSIC 158 MIDDLE STREET FARMINGTON, MAINE KIDS UNDER 12 ARE FREE FOOD, GAMES AND MEG'S SWEETS

$13

Farmington Historical Society Meeting is Monday, July 26

Farmington Historical Society Meeting, Monday, July 26, at the parking lot next to Abbott Park and Roberts Learning Center. Bring a picnic supper, and a chair and join us at 6 p.m. A short business meeting and program will follow at 7 p.m. Layne Nason, local Abbott School historian, will present a brief history of Abbott Park using old and new maps and photos. He will treat members and guests to a personal tour of the park. Everyone is welcome back to our monthly meetings. Bring a friend and enjoy the evening.

Recurring

Tai Chi for Health & Balance

Location: Zoom (video and audio required) Instructors: SeniorsPlus Staff & Volunteers To register: Email edcenter@seniorsplus.org or call 795-4010 Tai Chi is an enjoyable exercise that can improve balance, relieve pain, and improve health, and one's ability to do things. It is a slow exercise. It is easy to learn and good for all ability levels. The essential principles of Tai Chi include mind and body integration, fluid movements, controlled breathing and mental concentration. Tai Chi is one of the most effective exercises for the health of mind and body. It helps people to relax and feel better. Participants of this

$20.00

Trinity UMC Red Cross Blood Drive

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

Trinity United Methodist Church in Farmington, Maine is partnering with the American Red Cross to provide a once a month Blood Drive for the rest of 2021. Wed., July 28th, 2021, starting at 11:00 am and ending at 4:00 pm, the Red Cross will be at Trinity UMC. Please call ahead so that you can have a scheduled appointment or go to your donor site at redcross.org and make your appointment as soon as possible. Please take the time to donate so that you can do your part to save lives. Type 0 blood is in high demand.

Free