Registration is now open for our summer semester. Gold Leaf is for people 50 or older. Summer programs include activities ranging from educational classes to social activities. Please go to our website at (goldleafinstitute.org) to view our offerings and sign-up.
The Wayne Community Church auction is back this summer, offered both online and as an in-house silent auction! The online auction begins on Friday, JULY 1st and runs through Saturday, JULY 9th. To bid for auction items online, go to waynechurchauction.com. Color photos are included with item descriptions. An opportunity to see and bid on the items in person will be offered at the Wayne Community Church, 22 Old Winthrop Road, Wayne, on the following dates and times: JULY 7th and 8th from 4 to 6 PM and JULY 9th from 9 AM to 4:30 PM. Both online and in-person
20th Annual Summer Performing Arts Camp 8:00 am to 3:00 pm daily (including weekends) July 1-16 July 1 is registration: come between 8 and 12 to register and work a bit. Performance on the 16th. This program is free; it is a demanding pre-professional program in dance, singing, acting, fencing, and art. Ages 6-17. Teachers include: Russell Ferguson, Adrienne Hawkins, Braun Dapper, Hershey Bliss, Zakyia Watkins, Duggan Hill, and more. Call 207 778 9114 or text 617 543 9749 with any questions. COVID policy will depend on CDC guidelines and Franklin County transmission rates during the program.
Gold Leaf Senior College at UMF , art exhibit. The exhibit features 29 local artists/Goldleaf members working in acrylics,oils, photography, wood, glass and more. The exhibit will be at the Emery Art Center on the UMF campus. The opening reception will be on June 17th from 5-7PM. and will continue thru July 29th.
Yard Sale to benefit resident activities Saturday June 18th 8am-2pm Rain or shine FMI call 779-0511 (ask for Kelly)
The Roderick-Crosby American Legion Post 28 will hold its Ron L. Smith Sr Memorial Car Wash fundraiser on Saturday, June 18th from 9 am to 2 pm at the Wiles Monument building located on 140 Farmington Falls Rd, Farmington, ME. Donations are accepted for car washes. Proceeds benefit Post 28 veteran service programs. Rain date will be Sunday, June 19th from 9 am to 2 pm.
World class juggler and physical comedian Michael Menes to perform at Chesterville Center Union Meeting House at 6:30 p.m. with 4:00 pm kid-friendly juggling workshop and cookout before the show. Donations recommended $5 individual, $10 family to support the Meeting House. The Meeting House is located at 3 Borough Road; Chesterville, ME.
On Saturday, JUNE 18, 2022, there will be a Public Pickup /Takeout Supper at the Harland M. Harnden Masonic Building, 70 Bryant Road, East Wilton, Maine , from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. The menu will be Boneless Roast Pork Loin, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Whole Kernel Corn, Dinner Rolls and Homemade Cookies. The price will be $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for those under 12. Home deliveries are available in the Wilton and Farmington area for $10.00 per meal. Reservations by Thursday, June 16th by 5:00 pm would be most appreciated. Reservations may be made by calling Clint Coolidge –
Come see Spencer and the Walrus meticulously recreate the music of the Beatles! This Saturday at the Narrow Gauge Drive-In. Doors at 6 p.m., show at 7 p.m. $25 in advance, general admission. Click here to purchase tickets.
Join the Strong Public Library as we kick off the summer with a fun, interactive program that includes a surprise live animal guest! Explore Earth’s biomes with Chewonki’s traveling natural history program. A variety of different biomes will be showcased, including one from far away, and two from closer to home–the ocean, and our temperate forest. Event held in the Forster Memorial Building in Strong.
The Western Maine Foothills Band will be performing in Farmington's Meeting House Park every Monday starting June 6, 2022 and ending Aug. 29, 2022 from 7 PM until 8:30 PM. We are a traditional band that plays marches, waltz's, big band, and several other choice music. We welcome anyone to join us at any time through out the summer. You can find us on Facebook.
Reaching those who have been impacted by cancer in every corner of the state of Maine has always been an important goal of the Dempsey Center. And to do that, we want to have a better understanding of the varying needs and barriers that Mainers experience when it comes to seeking care on a cancer journey. Join us for a town hall-style conversation to share more about the communities that exist in Franklin + Oxford Counties and how to support those impacted by cancer. Our hope is that this information will inspire transformation and further our mission to make life