In this 1-hour virtual workshop, Kristan Vermeulen of Knotical will guide you through how to best represent yourself to be interviewed on podcasts. We will discuss how to choose which podcasts best fit your brand, how to reach out to podcasts, and how to pitch to podcasts. Register today!
July 15, 2021, 7:30 p.m., at the Chesterville Center Union Meeting House. Louisa Stancioff performs a mix of original folk-pop-country-indie originals as well as a few cover favorites, combining a versatile instrumental talent with pellucid, enchanting vocals. Ellie Sloan-Barton and Jula Moll-Rocek will open the show with their sweet mix of latin american folk and original indie-folk tunes. Admission by donation. Wheelchair accessible venue. FMI 320-5022 or 778-3513.
The Maine Forestry Museum at 221 Stratton Rd. in Rangeley is looking for any vendors for our 40th Annual Logging Festival being held Friday & Saturday, July 16th & 17th. Booths are $25 a day for a 10x10 space. As a special, if you vend both Friday and Saturday, Saturday is Free. The Festival runs from 10-4 pm on Friday and from 11-4 pm Saturday following our Parade. FMI: you may call 207-864-3939; visit our website maineforestrymuseum.org; or email email@example.com.
Falls Fire Co. Annual Yard Sale and Chicken BBQ on Saturday, July 17, at Philbrick Park in Farmington Falls. Yard Sale from 8:00-2:00, Chicken BBQ begins at 12:00 Entertainment by Best Friends under the pavilion starting around 12:00. Benefits the Hawks Majors and Minors baseball teams and maintains Philbrick Park. FMI call Junior at 778-2181 or Bob at 778-3156.
Mushroom Day 2021 SATURDAY JULY 17, 2021 Join us for a full day of everything Mushrooms! We'll have a brief introduction to mushroom biology and life cycle led by Jula Moll-Rocek & Ellie Sloane-Barton, followed by a foraging walk led by experienced forager Cynthia Hoeh Stancioff. We'll share a potluck lunch, and hear about some cooking insights and ideas with all kinds of mushrooms (even pickling!). Then we'll have a discussion of outdoor cultivation techniques, and some hands-on learning inoculating shiitake logs! Bring food to share and we look forward to a fungi-tastical time! 9:30AM-3PM SUGGESTED DONATION $0-$20 SANDY RIVER
Join us for a series of summer book sales at the Farmington Public Library! We will be holding book sales on the third Saturday of June, July, and August outside on the library lawn from 10am-12pm. Come support your local library and buy some books! Please note that we are not accepting book donations at this time. Thank you!
All motorized and non-motorized bikes are welcomed.
On Saturday, July 17, 2021, The Masonic Group at the Harland M. Harnden Masonic Building, 70 Bryant Road, East Wilton, Maine, will be offering a Public Lobster or SteakTakeout - Pickup ,meal from 1:00 to 2:30 pm. The meal will include your choice of Boiled Lobster or Rib Eye Steak with coleslaw, half an ear of corn, and blueberry cake for desert. A Single entree meal of Lobster or Steak will cost $20.00. Entrees ma be doubled for an additional $10.00 for a total of $30.00 per meal. Reservations for meals are required and you can make reservations by calling
Come to the Farmington Public Library for a fun, Maine-themed evening! Live music will be performed by Brent Laflin, Maine-themed snacks and drinks will be available, and there will be a silent auction for select Stanley Keirstead paintings. Bids can be placed online before the event, but the last day to bid will be in-person at the event.
Sunday, July 18 (rain date July 25) at 3:00PM we will host our first ever Fern Walk with Maine Master Naturalist Deb Stahler. The walk will start at the new parking area for the Ezra Smith Conservation Area, down near the Pond Road end of Blake Hill Road. Because that area has limited parking, it would be a good idea to carpool with others you think might be going. It would be good to call or email us at the library to let us know if you plan on attending, so we have an idea of how many people might