As you finish getting your house or camp ready for summer, make three piles: what to keep, what to discard, and what to donate to the Attic-Basement-Closet Rummage Sale at the historic Washington Schoolhouse, 1426 State Route 32, Round Pond.
LincolnHealth will return to Waldoboro on Thursday, June 17 to deliver final doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to those who attended a May 27 clinic and to offer first doses to anyone age 12 and up.
The Rutherford Library in South Bristol will be fully open from 2-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday starting Tuesday, June 15.
With businesses in the Boothbay region and beyond looking to hire, an in-person hiring fair is being organized locally for noon to 3 p.m., Tuesday, June 15 at Sherman’s Field on Townsend Avenue.
After a highly competitive process, the ConnectMaine Authority awarded the 2021 Round 1 statewide broadband infrastructure grants on May 26. Lincolnville Communications Inc. and Tidewater Telecom Inc., in collaboration with the town of Bristol, were chosen to receive one of those grants.
The Old Bristol Historical Society has completed the major task of scanning and cataloging 2,342 pages of archives from Louds Island, also known as Muscongus Island, so the historical materials can be searched online.
The Knights of Columbus Council No. 1423 will sponsor a Red Cross blood drive at the St. Denis Church Hall, Grand Army Road, North Whitefield, from 1-5:30 p.m., Thursday, June 17.
Maine native and University of Maine alumna Christina Cash has been named assistant director for outreach and communication at the Lobster Institute at UMaine, effective May 17.
“Between the Bookends,” a 20-minute story time show for children, is now on Lincoln County Television every day at 7:30 a.m.
Historic New England’s Castle Tucker and Nickels-Sortwell House will open for the season on Friday, June 4.
A Memorial Day parade sponsored by the American Legion Charles C. Lilly Post No. 149 will begin at the Waldoboro town office, at Route 1 and Depot Street, at 9 a.m.
St. Patrick Catholic Church in Newcastle, home to significant artifacts like the altar of Bishop Cheverus and a bell cast by Paul Revere & Sons, is an undisputed treasure to Maine and its people. The St. Patrick Project aims to ensure that this standing testament to faith and shared past remains in place for generations to come.
A Memorial Day parade sponsored by American Legion Charles C. Lilly Post No. 149 will begin at the Waldoboro town office at Route 1 and Depot Street at 9 a.m. on Monday, May 31.
A crew from Boothbay Harbor’s Bristol Marine recently volunteered at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, lending considerable expertise to the construction of the gardens’ newest exhibit, giant troll sculptures designed by internationally known recycled arts activist and artist Thomas Dambo. The series of mammoth, recycled-wood trolls underscores the gardens’ 2021 theme focusing on the Maine woods, from history to ongoing importance to health, recreation, and the state’s economy.
Last summer Boothbay Region Land Trust completed several major improvement projects at Oak Point Farm, its flagship preserve in Boothbay Harbor. Improvements included the expansion of the disability parking area and the installation of a universally accessible trail to the shore. The trail and parking upgrades have enabled access to the scenic saltwater farm for many who otherwise could not fully enjoy this local treasure.