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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

Masonic Group pickup/takeout meal

On Saturday, October 16, 2021, the Masonic Group at the Harland M. Harnden Masonic Hall, 70 Bryant Road, East Wilton, Maine, will be offering a Pickup/Takeout meal from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. The meal will be Roast Pork with gravy, Potatoes, Vegetables, Rolls, and Chocolate cake. $9.00 for Adults and $5.00 for those under 12. Meal reservations by Thursday, October 14th, by 5:00 pm would be appreciated. Meal reservations may be made by calling Alan Morison - 645-4366; Robert Lawrence - 778-2354 or Alvin McDonald - 645-2190. We also offer home deliveries in the Farmington and Wilton are for $10.00

Free Winter Coats

Saturday, October 16, Free Winter Coats, 9 am - 1 pm, Shorey Chapel, Industry Road, Industry.  Come find warm coats and accessories!

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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

Maine Mountain Children’s House Harvest Fest returns!

sugarloaf outdoor center 3001 Outdoor Center Road, Carrabassett Valley, ME

Join Maine Mountain Children's House and the Greater Kingfield community for a day of family fun to celebrate the harvest season! Featuring live music by Dyer and the Daydreamers, local food trucks, festival games and activities, auction items, gear swap, Maine brews, harvest sangria... all at a gorgeous venue, Sugarloaf Outdoor Center. This is what autumn in Maine is all about!

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Farmington Local Council Meeting

Zoom Online Conferencing

Do you want or would you like to join others around the state working to advocate for change within Maine’s mental health system?  We need your input! If you receive or have received adult mental health services at any time, we invite you to attend a meeting and share your input regarding various issues that affect Maine’s mental health system. Tell us what is working and what needs improvement! Come talk about issues that concern you!!! (Allies/friends/family are also welcomed to attend and participate but do not have voting privileges.) One voice can make a difference. Our voices together can make

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Time Management for Entrepreneurs: A 3-Part Series

Zoom

As business owners, we are constantly prioritizing our work and managing our time. This 3-session course is designed to look at how we approach time management, and explore different techniques that will provide us with new ways of thinking about our time, workflow, and prioritization strategies. Our three sessions will involve reviewing and discussing time management frameworks and techniques, experimenting with these techniques, and learning from peers as to what they have found helpful in their experience. Participants will come away with resources and experiences to help empower and guide how they utilize their time going forward. Note: The sessions

Free
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Blue Stocking Salon

Zoom

Blue Stocking Salon Fall 2021 Cohort “Bluestocking” refers to learned mid-eighteenth-century women (and men) who gathered in the great salons of London for intellectual conversation and witty banter. This literary salon “enjoyed society in undress” – that is, in their more practical country clothing, most notably their blue worsted stockings. The Bluestockings expanded the social boundaries of what women could think, write, and do. Modern-day bluestockings are distinctly unbound, intellectually curious women. This online discussion group will focus on issues related to women and entrepreneurship. We will consider select online articles, book excerpts, talks, and blogs, both contemporary and classic,

Free

Mt Blue Area Garden Club Area, October 19 Meeting

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

On October 19, the Mt. Blue Area Garden Club Meeting will welcome Gretchen Legler, Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Maine, Farmington where  she will share her experience and knowledge on "Flower and Herbal Companions to Vegetables". Members and guests will learn about the flowers and herbs that can be planted with your vegetables to make them happy! The meeting will be held at Trinity United Methodist Church, Farmington Falls Rd., Farmington with a social time at 5:30pm, followed by a business meeting and speaker at 6:00pm. Light refreshments will be provided by hostesses Pat Durham, Regina Longyear

Free
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Narrow Gauge Quilters

Narrow Gauge Quilters' have started the new "quilt year". Meetings are 2x a month at Phillips Library ~ Next meeting is Oct 21st this week. New and experienced quilters all welcomed!

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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