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.
Join the Western Maine Foothills Band as we resume practices on 4/24/2023 from 6:30pm-8:00pm. We will be meeting at the Adult Education Center behind Mt. Blue High School. Anyone is welcome anytime during the season but rehearsals gives us all a chance to get back playing or new members a chance to try us out. We play selections from Big band, marches, and other eras. We are always looking for any or all woodwind, brass, or percussion players. For more information like us on Facebook: westernmainefoothillsband Email us at email@example.com Call Lois King at 1 207-500-2143
This course is a beginner-level class designed for those who are thinking about or already have their own website and want to keep it running smoothly. Join WBC Web Design and Marketing Consultant, Mercedes Arnold, to learn how to troubleshoot common issues such as broken links or slow loading times. You will also learn best practices for creating and publishing new content, including how to optimize your content for search engines and engage your audience through social media. Register Today!
Come join us at the Farmington Public Library to hear local Maine author Karla Jordan discuss her newest book, The Road to Marietta. Jordan writes general and historical fiction, and The Road to Marietta focused on a young girl in 1930 who is the daughter of a moonshine runner. This event is free and open to the public!
Old South Church Concert Series is very excited to bring Scotland’s Old Blind Dogs for the first time to Farmington on Thursday, May 11th . Doors open at 6:30pm. Concert begins at 7pm. Tickets: Adults $25, Students and Seniors (65 and up) $20. Ticket reservations can be made by calling 207-491-5919, purchased through the online ticket link, with a small processing fee, at www.farmingtonucc.org/ . Tickets will be available at the door. Main Street entrance is handicapped accessible The musical evolution of Old Blind Dogs began in Aberdeen in 1992 with roots that grew from the eclectic music scene
Farmington Chess Club meets every Thursday at the Farmington Community Center from 9:30 to 12:30. The club is open to players of all ages and skill levels. For more information, visit https://farmingtonchess.org/
The Vienna Union Hall is pleased to announce an upcoming performance by The Katahdin Valley Boys, one of Maine's most popular and respected Bluegrass bands. The Katahdin Valley Boys take pride in presenting a top quality show featuring traditional and contemporary Bluegrass and Bluegrass Gospel music. Each band member brings with them many years of experience and mastery of their instruments. Katahdin Valley Boys have a fresh, personal approach that is presented in an engaging, light-hearted, and family-friendly format that is sure to entertain.