Baked Bean SupperIndustry Town Hall Route 43, Industry, ME
Saturday, November 5, 2022 Baked Bean Supper, Industry Town Hall, 4:30 - 6:00pm, adults - $10 and children under 12 - $5. Sponsored by the Industry Community Kitchen to benefit Operation Santa. Menu: baked beans, hot dogs, casseroles, salads, pies and beverages
The Magic of the SteelgravesHarland M. Harden Masonic Building 70 Bryant Road, East Wilton, ME
Free meal and Magic Show sponsored by the Scottish Rite Masons of Augusta. Enjoy a FREE meal served by the Masons of Maine Lodge #20 at 5:00 pm, followed by entertainment featuring The Magic of the Steelgraves at 6:15. The Steelgraves Magic Show is geared especially toward the kids, but is enjoyable wholesome entertainment for all ages. This is a free public Family Life event presented annually by the Valley of Augusta Scottish Rite Masons. This year the organization is proud to bring this event to the Farmington/Wilton area for the first time. Although the event is free, we do
Timothy Burris – “The Presence of the Past”Emery Community Arts Center at the University of Maine at Farmington
In the first half of the performance Timothy Burris plays baroque music from ca 1650 to 1720 on baroque lute, the second half is devoted to guitar music of the 20th through the 21st century. The title “Presence of the Past” refers to the resurfacing of baroque and renaissance styles in the later modern guitar music. Timothy Burris is presently on the faculties of applied music of the Portland Conservatory of Music and Colby College. He received a performance degree in lute from the Royal Conservatory in The Hague and holds a PhD from Duke University. He has widely appeared
Western Maine Audubon presents a live talk: “Maine Lichens,” by Dr. Ron ButlerThomas Auditorium in UMF's Preble Hall 173 High Street, FARMINGTON, ME
FARMINGTON, MAINE— Western Maine Audubon invites the general public to a free talk titled, “Maine Lichens,” which will be presented live via Zoom by Dr. Ron Butler. The Zoom talk will be at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, November 9th at Thomas Auditorium, Preble Hall, UMF—173 High Street, Farmington. There will be no ability to access this talk at the time of presentation except at the auditorium. Recordings of the talk will be available at https://western.maineaudubon.org/videos/ 2-3 weeks after the event. This presentation will provide a general overview of the evolution, morphology, and physiology of lichens. The ecological role of lichens
Veterans Day event in Readfield
An event honoring all Veterans will be held in Readfield on Friday, Nov. 11th planned by members of Readfield’s Historical Society, Select Board, United Methodist Church and the 3rd Maine Infantry Civil War re-enactors. All are welcome to join in for this special remembrance and honoring of those who have served or currently serve in the U.S. Armed Services. Participants should gather at the Readfield Corner Cemetery, Church Road by 10 a.m. for a special remembrance of some Veterans whose memorials and graves are there. From the cemetery the 3rd Maine will lead the way to Asa Gile Hall, 8 Old Kents Hill Road,
Trinity Baked Bean Buffet SupperTrinity United Methodist Church 612 Farmington Falls Rd, Farmington, ME
Trinity United Methodist Church is having a “Baked Bean Buffet Supper” on Sat., NOV. 12TH, in our Fellowship Hall. The meal will be served from 4:30-6:00 pm. The buffet will include; baked beans, red hot dogs, cold slaw, homemade cheddar mac n’ cheese, shepherd’s pie, homemade biscuit, and gingerbread with whipped creme. The meal costs $9.00 for adults, $4.00 for children 12 and under, children under 4 years of age eat free! You can call 207-778-3921 with any questions, just leave a message and we will return your call as soon as we can. Take-out is available also. Proceeds are
Home Town Heroes Day268 Barker Road New Vineyard, Maine 268 Barker Road, New Vineyard, ME
Gospel Light Baptist Church at 268 Barker Road in New Vineyard is holding a Home Town Heroes Day on Sunday November 13th at 11:00 am. We will be honoring local Police, Fire Fighters, Sheriff's Department, State Troopers, Veterans and other Hometown Heroes within the local communities.
One-Room School House ReunionChesterville Center Union Meeting House 3 Borough RoadChesterville,
The Chesterville Center Union Meeting House welcomes anyone who may have attended a one-room school house or knows someone who did to come share their stories in a casual gathering. Share your experience or just listen. Event is collaboration between Chesterville Heritage Society and the Meeting House and is free and open to the public. The Chesterville Center Union Meeting House is a non-profit community resource located at 3 Borough Road, Chesterville. For more information visit www.chestervillemeetinghouse.org or contact Greg at 897-4907.
Creating Content for a Loyal Instagram FollowingOnline via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME
In this interactive 1-hour virtual workshop, social media consultant Katie Kelley will explain the ins and outs of Instagram and how to best utilize its features to engage with your audience and build a following that consistently shows up to support your business. We will discuss Instagram reel creation, using stories to learn more about your audience and what type of content to post to ensure your followers keep showing up for more.
The Underground Railroad, a book talk by Dale Potter-ClarkDr. Shaw Memorial Library, Mt. Vernon 344 Pond Rd., Mt. Vernon, ME
The Dr. Shaw Memorial Library and Vienna Historical Society are co-sponsoring an author talk with local historian Dale Potter-Clark on Wednesday, November 16 at 6PM at the library, 344 Pond Rd., Mt. Vernon. Potter-Clark will discuss her new historical novel about the Underground Railroad, Escape from Bunker Hill, the story of a Maine couple who move to Florida to help slaves escape north. The book also follows 4 escapees as they head North and make their way through Maine.
Hiring Event Job Fair! Nov 17thFarmington Community Center 127 Middle Street, Farmington, ME
Join the Wilton CareerCenter November 17th at the Farmington Community Center For this opportunity to meet face to face with employers looking to hire you! Noon – 2:00 PM Franklin County – Farmington Community Center, 127 Middle Street, Farmington, ME 04938 Need to revamp or create a resume? Come see us at the Wilton Office Tuesdays and Wednesdays 8am to 5pm , 865 U.S. Rte 2, Wilton, ME 04294
RSU 9 Food Pantry RescheduledW G Mallett School 116 Middle St, Farmington, ME
The RSU 9 Food Pantry has been rescheduled due to weather. It’s now Thursday, 3:30-5 at Mallett. Please bring your reusable bags!