With snow in the forecast, Lincoln County Publishing Co. is already working on its summer publications for next summer, including Lincoln County Magazine and the lobster and lighthouse guidebooks.
This month, sites in the Newcastle area will be among 5,000 U.S. drop-off locations collecting shoebox gifts for children overseas during Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection Week, Nov. 18-25.
Businesses, organizations, and individuals interested in reserving a tree for the third annual Villages of Light celebration in Damariscotta and Newcastle should do so soon, as the trees are going quickly – less than 20 trees remain.
Efficiency Maine might able to help one reduce heating costs this winter. One can learn about home energy improvements by coming to a Saturday workshop on home energy efficiency and heating upgrades.
On Wednesday, Nov. 13, the Maine Women’s Lobby Education Fund will host an event called Pay Equity Town Hall. The upcoming Pay Equity Town Hall will focus on how elected officials, business owners, and workers can come together to ensure equal pay for equal work. There will be a panel of local experts discussing the gender pay gap in Maine. Discussion topics include what pay inequity is, why it exists in Maine, and what the necessary steps are to eliminate pay disparities.
This notice is for all motorists that park on any street or road or in the municipal parking lot after hours in Damariscotta. The winter season is upon us. In accordance with the Town of Damariscotta Traffic & Parking Ordinance, Article 1.17 Winter Parking – parking is prohibited on any street, road, or municipal parking lot from Nov. 15 to April 15 between the hours of 9 p.m. and 7 a.m.
The Wells-Hussey American Legion Auxiliary will host a free Veterans Day dinner Monday, Nov. 11 for all veterans and their spouses. A social hour will be held from noon to 1 p.m., with the dinner to follow at 1.
The Central Lincoln County YMCA is once again collaborating with community businesses, organizations, and individuals to organize the Community Tree of Giving, which is designed to help families fulfill needs of their children this Christmas.
The Nobleboro Historical Society’s illustrated talk titled “Maine Statehood in 1820: Hard-won and Controversial,” to be presented by Carolyn Hardman, was canceled last Friday night, Nov. 1, because of power outages. It is rescheduled for this Friday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Nobleboro Historical Center.
The Jefferson Historical Society’s 2020 calendar will be available for sale for $10 at the Jefferson Fire & Rescue turkey dinner Saturday, Nov. 9.
Once again, Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency’s Project Lifesaver Program announced that it would “light up teal” on Nov. 7 to raise Alzheimer’s awareness as part of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s Light the World in Teal program.
On Saturday, Nov. 30, the third annual Villages of Light celebration will light up the Twin Villages of Damariscotta and Newcastle just in time for the holidays.
The October meeting of the Pemaquid Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution was called to order on Oct. 8 at The Lincoln Home’s library in Newcastle. There were 10 members, three associate members, and one guest.
On Friday, Nov. 8, Waldoboro community leaders and representatives from H.E. Callahan Construction will help Broad Bay Congregational Church in Waldoboro break ground for the church’s phase-one renovation project. The public is invited to the 10 a.m. ceremonial groundbreaking, which will be followed by refreshments.
On Oct. 14, the Central Lincoln County YMCA opened registration for its Fall II Program Guide. The session runs Oct. 28 to Dec. 24.