Bake SaleChesterville Town Office 409 Dutch Gap Road, Chesterville, ME
There will be a Bake Sale on Friday, March 10th, starting at 2:00 p.m. until the food is gone. It will happen at the Chesterville Town Office on the Dutch Gap Road to coincide with the town voting. This event is sponsored by the North Chesterville Extension Homemakers and proceeds will benefit the town of Chesterville. FMI 778-3156.
Trinity Baked Bean Buffet SupperSpruce Mountain High School cafeteria 33 Community Dr., Jay, ME
Trinity United Methodist Church in Farmington is having our second Saturday Baked Bean Buffet Supper at 4:30-6:00 pm Sat., March 11th. The menu includes red hot dogs, home cooked baked beans, turkey n’ gravy over biscuits, baked mac n’ cheese, assorted salads, coleslaw, and blueberry cobbler for dessert. Adults $9.00, children 12-5 years $4.00 and children under 4 years are free. All money raised will go to our local mission work.
Father Daughter Dances (2 Locations)
The Franklin County Children’s Task Force will be holding two simultaneous Father Daughter Dances again this year on Saturday March 11th 2023 from 6:00pm-9:00pm. One dance will take place in Jay at the Spruce Mountain Middle School Gym, and the other will take place in the more northern area of Franklin County in Strong at the Day Mountain Middle School Gym. Anyone wishing to purchase advance tickets may do so beginning mid-February at the Children’s Task Force in Farmington, the Flower Barn in Jay, the White Elephant in Strong, and/or Edmunds Market in Kingfield. Tickets will also be on sale
10th Annual Moose Dash Snowshoe RaceRangeley Lakes Trail Center 524 Saddleback MT RdRangeley,
The course winds through woodlands north of Saddleback Mountain and includes single track and Nordic groomed trails. Views and possible wildlife sightings are included! Classes include 5K junior, 5K adult, 1K Kids Fun Run, and a 5K untimed tour. For more information call 207-864-4309, or send us an email at email@example.com. Races start at 10:30AM - registration accepted up to 1 hour before the race.
Al-Anon at FMHFranklin Memorial Hospital
Al-Anon, a self-help support group for families and friends of alcoholics, is meeting every Sunday evening at 7 p.m., in the Crosby Room at Franklin Memorial Hospital.
Town Meeting Supper – ChestervilleChesterville Town Hall 409 Dutch Gap Road, Chesterville, Maine
Monday March 13th 5-6 p.m. join neighbors and friends for the annual Town Meeting Public Supper - Baked beans, red dog, coleslaw, biscuits, dessert 10$ per person. Take out is available!
Upta’ Camp: So you want to run a Camp?Online via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME
Whether you are in start-up mode, or part of a family dynasty that needs updating, this session is for you. We’ll learn from two experienced camp operators, Katie Dunn of Pleasant Mountain Camp, and Rheanna Sinnett of Otoykwa and Just Add Water Floating Camps. In a moderated discussion plus an interactive Q+A , we’ll share some of the basics and successful practices from rustic to “glamping”, how your vision translates into business model, legal / entity structure, and behind the scenes marketing ideas and reservation system. Register Today!
Friends, Family, Fools: Accepting Equity Investment from People You KnowOnline via Zoom 30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME
Many entrepreneurs fund the early stages of their business with investments from friends, family, and other people in their personal and professional networks. In this first part of a three-part series on equity investments, you’ll learn about the ins and outs of leveraging your network to raise equity for your business. During this session, we’ll cover: What is equity, and how is it different than debt? What does it mean for your business to take on an equity investment? What are the different kinds of investments and their respective pros and cons? What should you consider when taking money from
RESCHEDULED Parachute Play Day!Jay-Niles Memorial Library 983 Main St, Jay, ME
Join us at the library for some active fun with our big parachute! Registration required and space is limited. Sign-up by calling the library at 645-4062, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or sending the library a Facebook message. Recommended ages 3-10, but all are welcome to participate in this free event.