September 24th at 10:00a.m. Rain or shine! Titcomb Mountain Ski Slope 180 Ski Slope Road, Farmington, ME 04938 Autumn is the time to be outside! Come strut your dog on a 5K course including Titcomb Mountain Nordic trails and the Whistlestop Trail. Walk, run, stroll or stride with your favorite four-legged friend! This family-friendly, non-competitive event is our only in-person fundraiser this year. This year’s event will feature: Food truck Custom-made tags for your pooch at $5.00 each Silent auction with items donated by local merchants Event registration is $25 for 11 and up! Ages 10 and under are free!
Titcomb Ski Slope Lodge at 5:00. Bring your own beverage of choice and food to share. Donation of $7.00 per person will be used to help fund the next reunion. FMI- FACEBOOK..COM/GROUPS/MBHS72/
The Annual Meeting for the Titcomb Mountain Membership will take place on June 22nd at 6:00pm. All members and interested community members are encouraged to attend. The Friendliest Mountain Around provides members an incredible value. Come take part in the decision making process as we prepare for the year to come. Open to all members and others in the community.
Concert by Novel Jazz. Place - Titcomb Mt. Ski Area. Outdoor concert with option for people to arrive early to enjoy a picnic lunch before the concert. Desserts and non-alcoholic beverages will be available. Tickets purchased at the door. $12, 18 and under free as are UMF students
ArtsFarmington is happy to host a return engagement for Maine Squeeze, famed six-member accordion ensemble of Maine. They will appear outdoors at Titcomb Mountain, located at 180 Ski Slope Road, Farmington, Maine 04938, on Saturday, June 12 at 6:30pm. Maine Squeeze has been squeezing together since 1996 throughout the state at fairs, festivals, concerts, private and community events. Their music, drawn from around the world as well as original tunes, showcases the versatility of the accordion from high energy, foot tapping tunes to mesmerizing numbers that emphasize the drama and beauty of the instrument. Tickets may be purchased for $10