Bidding for the Damariscotta Historical Society’s silent auction at Skidompha Library will close at 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 27. The auction benefits the cemeteries restoration fund, which provides funds to help maintain two dozen ancient burial grounds around Damariscotta.
Organizers of The Carpenter’s Boat Shop’s upcoming tool sale on Saturday, Aug. 28 have been surprised by large donations of electrical supplies from circuit breakers, wiring, switches, outlets, special hardware, and tools to plumbing supplies like tools, fittings, and bathroom hardware.
The Waldoborough Historical Society’s Boggs Schoolhouse tribute exhibit to the Dolloff family will be on display throughout the month of August.
The Maine Department of Transportation wants members of the traveling public to be aware of changing traffic patterns at the intersection of Route 1 and Route 27 (Boothbay Road) in Edgecomb. Beginning Aug. 16, northbound Route 27 traffic will be detoured to Cross Road in order to access Route 1. The DOT expects this detour to be in place until early September.
For the fourth year, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens will host educator and nature photographer Samuel Jaffe and The Caterpillar Lab, Aug. 19 to 27 (with a break on Monday, Aug. 23). A perennial favorite, this exhibit will highlight the diversity and ingenuity of some of New England’s most unusual caterpillars.
After a brief hiatus, activity has resumed on the climate-controlled archival vault. Materials have been delivered and workers were hard at work on Saturday installing the studs.
The South Bristol Historical Society invites you to an unusual monthly meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 18 at 7 p.m. at the Union Church parish hall on Rutherford Island.
Maine celebrated its 200th birthday in 2020, which turned out to be a year none of us will ever forget, though many of us would like to do so. The COVID-19 pandemic prevented us from commemorating Maine’s Bicentennial, but here in Lincoln County, we decided to throw a 201st birthday party for the state in 2021.
It may be August and still vacation time, but the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk committee has been busy recruiting sponsors and teams.
Damariscotta Historical Society will host its annual silent auction Aug. 17-27 at Skidompha Library. The auction will benefit the Cemeteries Restoration Fund.
Veggies to Table loves flowers, beautiful flowers. And we adore spreading the flower love. Not only do we donate our nutritious organic produce to pantries, schools, and summer lunch and after school programs, but we also donate our gorgeous flowers to those in need of joy.
The Restorative Justice Project Maine is looking for motivated and committed individuals interested in holding community building and justice processes within Lincoln, Sagadahoc, Knox, Waldo, and Hancock counties. These processes are aimed at increasing community safety and belonging within our rural communities.
Shortly after purchasing Oak Point Farm in 2017, Boothbay Region Land Trust’s board of directors began exploring design plans for the farmhouse renovation.
Central Lincoln County YMCA at 525 Main St. in Damariscotta is pleased to announce its participation in the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program. Meals are available at no separate charge to all enrolled participants. The CLC YMCA does not discriminate against any participant because of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age.