The Flagstaff Area Business Association’s Fall Harvest Festival is Oct. 6th, with a Scarecrow Contest & Fall Nature Scavenger Hunt. Everyone can cast their vote for Best Scarecrow at Camden National Bank in Stratton through Oct. 14th.
RANGELEY — The next Ladies/Community Breakfast with everyone invited to attend will be on Wednesday October 3rd at Moosely Bagels on Main Street, Rangeley, from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Come and enjoy one of their great breakfasts.
Hunting season is almost here! Now is the time to get out for some target practice and to sight in those rifles and pistols in anticipation of the hunt. The Rangeley Region Guides’ and Sportsmen’sAssociation’s rifle and pistol range willbe open, free to the public, from 10 AM to 2 PM on Saturday, September 29th.
The Rangeley Region Guides’ andSportsmen’s Association will host its 4thAnnual Turkey Shoot at the Association’s rifle and pistolrange on Sunday, September 30th. Registration is from 10 AM – 11 AM. Competition will begin promptly at 11 AM. Shooterswill have the chance to win a turkey or a ham for the holidays.
The Trail Town Festival will be held on Pond Street in Rangeley from 10 a.m.-800 p.m. Come celebrate Rangeley’s designation as an Appalachian Trail Community. Activities include educational seminars/demos – wilderness first aid, primitive/survival skills, map/compass lessons, preparing trail food, what to do if lost, fun competitive activities (ice cream eating contest, stuffed sack challenge,…
RANGELEY — The next Ladies/Community Breakfast with everyone invited to attend will be on Wednesday September 19th at St. Luke’s Roman Catholic Church on Lake Street, Rangeley, from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00a.m. Come and enjoy one of their great breakfasts.
Saddleback Mountain is gearing up for the 8th Annual Saddleback Fall Festival on Sunday, September 16th from 10am-3pm. This is a great family event with live music, great barbecue, an art show, pie eating contest, arts and crafts vendors and a pumpkin patch for the kids.
Celebrate the Colors, Taste and Sounds of Fall at Rangeley Oktoberfest in the beautiful Western Mountains of Maine. This 4 day celebration will feature food, entertainment and a cornucopia of beers in a unique festival exploring the restaurants, pubs, shops and museums located on the National Scenic Byway from Rangeley to Oquossoc.
RANGELEY — The next Ladies/Community Breakfast with everyone invited to attend will be on Wednesday September 5th at Country Club Inn, Country Club Road off Mingo Loop Road, Rangeley, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Come and enjoy one of their great Breakfasts.
RFA will present their final concert of the summer season on August 29th 7 PM, Wednesday evening at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Rangeley.
Where in the World??
The Rangeley Community Chorus would like to take you on an exciting adventure Wednesday, August 29. Travel with them, through song, to places throughout the U.S. and around the world. From a river in the Czech Republic to the Big Apple (New York, New York), place names are celebrated in music. An expressive, melodic song about the city of Innsbruck gives way to the foot tapping rhythms of California Dreamin’. From Rio de Janeiro (Girl from Ipanema) to the Country Roads of West Virginia, from the Yellow Rose of Texas to the banks of the Jordan river, and from surfing through Kokomo with the Little Old Lady From Pasadena while Surfin’ USA, the chorus will keep you entertained as they take you off in a new direction with each song. In addition to 8 numbers by the entire chorus, there will be solos and small ensembles featured in such favorites as: Rt. 66, Don’t Cry For Me Argentina, and Istanbul, Not Constantinople.
The chorus is made up of 27 year round and seasonal residents of the greater Rangeley area plus Carrabassett Valley. Membership in the chorus is free and open to all. Church of the Good Shepherd will host the concert beginning at 7:00pm. A ticket price of $10 will help defray the cost of music for future concerts. Tickets are available at the Rangeley Chamber of Commerce and at the door.