FARMINGTON – Acrobatic bunnies, snowmobiling moose and grinning bears have set up camp at 155 Front Street as part of Maine Rocker’s April pop-up shop. “I love this spot. I love seeing people every day and letting them see what I do,” Creator/artist Rick Osterhout said. Osterhout’s workshop lives in a picturesque barn in Phillips- […]
OQUOSSOC — The Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust recently announced the acquisition of a 70- acre property on Rangeley Lake. Located on the eastern shoreline of Hunter Cove, the property abuts 100-acre “Hunter Cove Wildlife Sanctuary” (which was donated to RLHT in 2004 by Maine Audubon Society) and directly across the cove from 180-acre “Hunter Cove Uplands.”read more
RANGELEY — The Thrift Shop at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 2614 Maine Street, will be holding its annual $2 Bag Sale beginning Tuesday, March 14 and continuing until the winter items have sold. Thrift Shop hours are Tuesdays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
OQUOSSOC — The Rangeley Region Guides’ & Sportsmen’s Association will hold its monthly membership meeting Thursday, March 16, at the RRG&SA clubhouse on Old Skiway Road. The potluck dinner will start at 5:30 p.m., followed by a brief business meeting, then an educational program.read more
By Dee Menear Irregular Staff Writer AUGUSTA — The Rangeley Lady Lakers entered the court at the Augusta Civic Center dressed in purple shooting shirts that read “We bleed green & gold but wear purple to back Pat.”read more
RANGELEY — At a time of political change, one thing is clear and consistent: Americans strongly support saving the open spaces they love. Since 1991, Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust has been doing just that for the people of the Rangeley Lakes Region. And, since 2015, it has been doing so as an accredited land trust.read more
The RRG&SA will hold its monthly membership meeting on Thursday, March 16, 2017 at the RRG&SA clubhouse on Old Skiway Road in Oquossoc. Our potluck dinner will start at 5:30 PM, followed by a brief business meeting, then an educational program. This month, we are pleased to welcome DIFW game bird biologist Kelsey Sullivan. Prior to joining MDIFW in 2007, Kelsey worked for the US Fish and Wildlife in Alaska, where he worked for 10 years on research projects related to natural resource damage assessment of marine birds and mammals following the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. Kelsey, assisted by RRG&SA member Jack McNulty, will discuss the annual grouse drumming survey and everything else we need to know about Maine partridge! The public is always welcome to attend these meetings.