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Category archive: Events & Entertainment

03/17/2017 – Luck of the Irish Night

Luck of the Irish Night
Fri. Mar. 17, 2017 Supper – 5 p.m. Music – 6 p.m. At the Phillips Area Community Center (PACC), 21 Depot St. Featuring (Almost) Close Enough – Mike Worthley, Jack Harvey, Mike O’ Brien, Gary & Lois Hall, Brent Lafflin. Admission – One (1) unscratched lottery ticket or $5 donation. Food welcomed Proceeds benefit PACC Maintenance Fund. Contact Winona – 639-4296 and leave a message.

01/30/2017 – Rebecca Corrie

Phillips Professor of Art and Visual Culture at Bates, Corrie offers a talk on Islamic art and architecture in conjunction with the Museum of Art exhibition “Phantom Punch”.

01/18/2017 – Maine Job Corps Info Session

Maine Job Corps Info Session
Wednesday, January 18        10:00-11:00 AM – Conference Room
Teens and New Adults! If you had the opportunity to take part in a life-changing experience that gave you the skills you need to succeed in today’s job market, and it didn’t cost anything, would you be interested? If so, the Job Corps may be for you! Join us today when Hanya Phillips of the Maine Job Corps visits to explain how the program works and who is eligible.  Pre-registration is required; call 207-450-0216

For program information:  207-333-6640, ext. 4 or www.auburnpubliclibrary.org

12/06/2016 – Ecumenical food pantry

 

THE ECUMENICAL FOOD PANTRY FOR THE RANGELEY AREA IS OPEN EACH TUESDAY FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 12:00 NOON. YOU ARE WELCOME TO COME IN, CHECK US OUT, AND LEARN WHAT WE ARE ALL ABOUT.WE ARE LOCATED IN THE UNDERCROFT OF THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD (THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH) ON MAIN STREET IN RANGELEY.

 

11/24/2016 – Thanksgiving worship service with the Rev. David W. Smith

THANKSGIVING SERVICE SET AT REEDS MILL CHURCH

MADRID – Reeds Mill Church will again hold a special worship service at 10:00 AM Thanksgiving morning.  The Rev. David W. Smith, pastor of the Wilton Congregational Church, will lead us.  Reeds Mill Church remains as it was when built – a one room rural church situated down a dirt road 5 miles off Route 4 in Madrid.  With no electricity, original kerosene lamps light the sanctuary.  With no furnace, a wood stove with the longest stovepipe run in all the county keeps the congregation warm. Come to the church in the wildwood to truly honor the reason we celebrate this holiday. For directions or more information go to www.reedsmillchurch.org or call 639-2713.

11/01/2016 – Ecumenical food pantry

 

THE ECUMENICAL FOOD PANTRY FOR THE RANGELEY AREA IS OPEN EACH TUESDAY FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 12:00 NOON. YOU ARE WELCOME TO COME IN, CHECK US OUT, AND LEARN WHAT WE ARE ALL ABOUT.WE ARE LOCATED IN THE UNDERCROFT OF THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD (THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH) ON MAIN STREET IN RANGELEY.

 

Maine Fall Foliage Report – October 12, 2016

Maine Fall Foliage Report – October 12, 2016

Blankets of Color Spreading Across Maine This Weekend Augusta, ME (October 12, 2016) – The 2016 fall foliage report from the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry reports peak conditions throughout Maine this upcoming weekend. “Those leaf peepers who prefer a less hectic weekend for a fall foliage drive, now that the busy Columbus Day…

08/30/2016 – Ecumenical food pantry

 

THE ECUMENICAL FOOD PANTRY FOR THE RANGELEY AREA IS OPEN EACH TUESDAY FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 12:00 NOON. YOU ARE WELCOME TO COME IN, CHECK US OUT, AND LEARN WHAT WE ARE ALL ABOUT.WE ARE LOCATED IN THE UNDERCROFT OF THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD (THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH) ON MAIN STREET IN RANGELEY.

 

Ice Cream Social at the Dead River Area Historical Society on Sunday, August 28th

The Dead River Area Historical Society in Stratton, will be open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday August 28th. An Ice Cream Social will be from 1 to 3 p.m. and along with your ice cream enjoy a Brownie Alamode made and served by our volunteers. Charlie Bruce will entertain us with a…

08/18/2016 – Annual frog-jumping contest

The annual Frog Jumping contest will leap onto the scene again at this
year’s Blueberry Festival on Thursday, August 18 th in Rangeley. All frogs
and toads can sign up for the contest starting at 12:30 PM; the contest begins
at 1:00 PM. Come try your luck at beating the record of 47.5 inches! Have
no fear, if your little jumper is too small or not feisty enough to jump that
far, prizes will be awarded in many different categories. Please be sure to
catch and release your amphibian in the same location, to keep him or her
happy (and alive!). Arrive early to try to catch your own right at the festival
site, if necessary. A limited supply of buckets and nets are available to
borrow, but bring your own if you have them.
Jump at the chance to be part of this event! Call Liz at 864-2426 for
more information, or to volunteer for this fun event. We need catchers,
judges, and people to help register contestants.

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