Lincoln Academy students have been volunteering at Veggies to Table, a Newcastle nonprofit farm that grows top-quality organic produce and flowers to donate to those experiencing hunger and needing joy, creates lasting community connections through their volunteer program, and provides education around healthy food and sustainable living.
The Central Lincoln County YMCA is accepting applications for families in need of gifts this holiday season. Applications are currently available online and at community schools, town offices, food pantries, churches, and the CLC YMCA, located at 525 Main St., Damariscotta.
New Ventures Maine has announced tuition-free online workshops and classes for November to help people in Maine gain the skills, knowledge, and confidence to start a business, build a career, and manage money. Classes include single and multi-session classes provided in interactive and self-paced online formats.
The Midcoast Maine community will host its annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk benefitting the American Cancer Society on Sunday, Oct. 23, at 12 p.m., beginning at First National Bank, 223 Main St., Damariscotta.
The Samoset Fish and Game Club is pleased to announce the club’s Turkey Shoot competition schedule.
Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District is excited to announce a new fundraiser – – native wildflower seeds. October is the perfect month to sow wildflower seeds for spring growth.
Healthy Lincoln County, in partnership with the Maine Humanities Council, will be offering a fall discussion project to gather community members to talk about things that matter in Lincoln County.
The sweltering days of August are the best time to sign up for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, but even as freezing temperatures nip at Lincoln County, it’s not too late to sign up. The program for Lincoln County is run by the Kennebec Valley Community Action Program. Details on requesting and qualifying for assistance are available online at kvcap.org/for-the-home/energy-housing-services-overview/heating-assistance/.
The Village Bookshop in Waldoboro is holding a three for $1 sale on its entire collection of mass-market paperbacks, which includes fiction, mysteries, sci-fi, and many fantasy titles. Come in and browse during October to take advantage of the sale.
Soccer players from Nobleboro Central School and Vinalhaven faced off Wednesday, Sept. 28 with the NCS Lions netting a 4-1 win.
Lincoln County Television will livestream the 2022 Pumpkinboat Regatta on Sunday, Oct. 9, once again sharing this wildly popular event with audiences close to home and around the world.
United Way of Mid Coast Maine is looking ahead to the future needs of Lincoln County residents and welcomes community feedback at a strategic planning session in Newcastle on Friday, Oct. 14.
The Lincoln County News will host two more forums with candidates for local legislative districts as well as for county commissioner, in the next two weeks.
Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust is pleased to welcome Brad Weigel to the organization as its new stewardship director.