It's a good time to get your reading and viewing materials for the winter months ahead. We have lots and we need to clean house. All items are for sale by donation. Call 628-6561 for information.
Wilton free library book sale, Saturday Oct. 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 128 Weld Street in Wilton. All proceeds benefit the library. For questions call 645-3841. Face coverings and limited numbers will be enforced.
The Washburn-Norlands Living History Center in Livermore is hosting its Civil War Living History Weekend on October 9 and 10, 2021. This family-friendly event features a wide variety of demonstrations, exhibits, and engaging activities remembering the activities of the Civil War. It is co-organized by the 3rd Maine Company A and 15th Alabama Company G to benefit Maine’s premier living history farm and museum. Union and Confederate military and civilian reenactors from across New England will be camped on the grounds. Walk through the encampments to experience what life was like for soldiers. Cavalry units are also planning to attend.
Join us as we welcome the Great Falls Model Railroad Club to Livermore Falls. They will have model trains on display. We will also have a special exhibit featuring a model train crafted by Ralph Smith of Jay, generously donated to the museum. In addition to learning more about trains, come tour the museum and check out our Yard Sale! Event is free, but donations are appreciated as we raise funds to repair the museum roof and continue operations!
Two Imagine Studios in collaboration with Twice Sold Tales will be holding a private mono printing art workshop on Oct. 10. This event will be limited to 10 people. Pre-registration and masks will be required. Supplies will be provided and each participant will walk away with a colorful, unique piece of art for framing and hanging at home. Please RSVP by calling 610-772-6950.
Second Annual - Cruise In/Car Hop - October 10 at Fairbanks Union Church, 583 Fairbanks Road, Farmington. 4:00 to 5:30. Car registration 4:00 to 5:00. Fee to register car $5.00. Cash prizes - 1st $100., 2nd $50.00, 3rd $25.00 Hope Chernesky will be on Fiddle. Food for sale: Hamburgers/Cheeseburgers. French Fries, Root Beer Floats, Whoopies, Soda and Water. 50/50 raffle. Come and have fun. If rain cancelled for this year.
Learn how to manage your chronic pain! This six-week workshop is for anyone experiencing chronic pain that has lasted longer than 3-6 months. Participants learn how to use their mind, manage symptoms, improve communication, and become more active. Registration link: https://www.healthylivingforme.org/Classes/Register/686 #health #healthy #healthyliving #healthymaine #maine #adults #seniors #classes #education #healtheducation #wellness #classesnearme #virtual #virtualclasses
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
Western Maine Audubon is pleased to invite the general public to a free, live talk entitled “Ethical Questions for the Outdoor Naturalist,” presented by naturalist Doug Hitchcox on Wednesday, October 13 at 7:00-8:30 pm in UMF Preble Hall’s Thomas Auditorium at 173 High Street in Farmington. Masks and social distancing will be required at the event. Should updated Covid protocols require cancellation of the live talk, it will be live-streamed. Please check Western Maine Audubon's website (https://western.maineaudubon.org/events/) for up-to-date information on changes and where to watch the live stream, should that be necessary. Birding, and other wildlife observing, provides an