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Square dance party

RANGELEY — A Square Dance Party will be held at the Wilhelm Reich Museum’s Conference Center on Dodge Pond Road Monday, Aug. 15 from 7 to 9 p.m. No experience or reservations are necessary. National Caller and Rangeley resident, Red Bates, will teach all the moves. Families and singles are welcome

The Wilhelm Reich Museum presents its Sunday Nature Program

RANGELEY – Join us this Sunday, July 17, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Wilhelm Reich Museum to learn about Maine bats. There is no charge for this event. Speaker Jan Collins, a recent graduate of the Maine Master Naturalist Program, will introduce you to Maine’s eight native bat species

Bees and bats start science series

RANGELEY — The public is invited to the Wilhelm Reich Museum for the free-of-charge Sunday Summer Nature Workshops. “Our first two workshops will be ones that you won’t want to miss!” Nature Program Director Betsy Hallweaver said.read more

Wilhelm Reich Museum presents Summer Nature workshops

RANGELEY – Please join us on Sunday afternoons for outdoor fun and enlightenment at our free-of-charge summer Nature workshops at the Wilhelm Reich Museum. Whether you’re a long-time resident, a new member of our community, or visiting for the day or week, you are welcome to attend. Come meet new friends, connect with the natural […]

Rangeley Residents featured In new Wilhelm Reich film-in-progress

Six residents of Rangeley were interviewed for the Wilhelm Reich Documentary Film Project which has been in production since January 2015 in America and Europe.  Gary Priest, Kathy Steward, Wanda Ferguson, Tiny Collins, Ron Haines and Mary Higgins provided their observations and insights about research physician/scientist Wilhelm Reich who established two laboratories and a home on Dodge Pond Road in the 1940s…

Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust receives grant

RANGELEY — Mary Boyd Higgins, Executive Director of The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust of Rangeley, recently announced the trust’s receipt of a grant from the Efroymson Family Fund of Indianapolis for $13,000 to repair an essential roadway at the Wilhelm Reich Museum.read more

Grant to repair Wilhelm Reich Museum roadway

RANGELEY – Mary Boyd Higgins, Executive Director of The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust of Rangeley is very happy to announce its receipt of a grant from the Efroymson Family Fund of Indianapolis for $13,000 to repair an essential roadway at the Wilhelm Reich Museum. Last winter’s runoff and the heavy rains this spring washed deep […]

Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust receives a Grant from the Efroymson Family Fund

Rangeley Maine — Mary Boyd Higgins, Executive Director of The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust of Rangeley is very happy to announce its receipt of a grant from the Efroymson Family Fund of Indianapolis for $13,000.00 to repair an essential roadway at the Wilhelm Reich Museum in Rangeley. Last winter’s runoff and the heavy rains this…

Breakfast with Santa on December 5th at the Wilhelm Reich Museum

Breakfast with Santa on December 5th at the Wilhelm Reich Museum

Rangeley, Maine — Santa, Mrs. Claus and the elves will be visiting the children again this year on Saturday December 5th at the Conference Center at the Wilhelm Reich Museum on Dodge Pond Road in Rangeley from 8 to 11 a.m. Come and enjoy another great “Breakfast With Santa.” We never know what Santa’s elves…

Update on the Wilhelm Reich Documentary Film

Rangeley, Maine — The WILHELM REICH DOCUMENTARY FILM PROJECT, which has been in production since January 2015, is now putting together the pieces for our second fundraising campaign to provide the budget for the “Post-Production & Editing” phase of this project. A year ago (October 21 to November 21, 2014), we were in the throes…

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