There has been a change to the schedule for the artist talks this week during the Maine Coast Stone Symposium at Boothbay Railway Village in Boothbay Harbor. Due to a family emergency, Mark Herrington has to be away for a few days.
Despite threatening weather on Saturday morning, Aug. 12, the fourth annual Olde Bristol Days Vintage Car Show hosted a multitude of collectible cars, trucks, and motorcycles. The event, free for all vehicles, has evolved into a popular, fun attraction for the entire family during Olde Bristol Days.
Coastal Humane Society in Brunswick and Lincoln County Animal Shelter in Edgecomb are the proud owners of a new state-of-the-art mobile surgery unit, made possible through a $50,000 grant from Petco Foundation, an anonymous matching gift donation, and many additional donations from shelter supporters.
Friday, Aug. 4 and Friday, Aug. 18 will be the last two card parties of the summer. Potlucks start at 6:30 p.m. and we start playing 63 when the dishes are done or around 7 p.m. at Willow Grange #366 at 71 Washington Road, Jefferson.
At the heart of the Maine Coast Stone Symposium is a 10-day sculpture symposium. The participating artists will be arriving soon and are scheduled to begin work at Boothbay Railway Village on Friday, Aug. 11 and continue daily through Monday, Aug. 21.
People should plan to go by Wells-Hussey American Legion Post #42 on Main Street in Damariscotta on Saturday, Aug. 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The fat, fuzzy white moths with brown bodies around people’s lights over the past three weeks may be browntail moths.
The Lincoln Home Bridge Group met on Tuesday, July 25. The high scorers were Dennis Faherty, of Damariscotta; Midge Coleman, of Sheepscot; and Jack Mohr, of Bremen.
Organizers of the fourth annual Olde Bristol Days Vintage Car Show, on Saturday, Aug. 12 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site as part of the Olde Bristol Days Celebration, are pleased to announce the addition of collectible and vintage motorcycles to this year’s show.
At its annual meeting July 18, the Lincoln Academy Board of Trustees welcomed four new members: two local residents, and two alumni who live in other cities but have strong ties to the Midcoast community. The four new board members are Betty Allen, of Newcastle; Paul Anderson, of Pemaquid; Judi Hilton, of Boston; and Chris Olson, of Chicago. Each new member will serve a three-year term, renewable for up to 12 years.
The Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association announces the seventh annual benefit rally Burgers, Bikes & Rods to support Kieve-Wavus Veterans Camp on Saturday, July 29. The ride will begin at L-A Harley-Davidson in Lewiston and will run through Sabattus and Gardiner on Route 126. It will last approximately 1 1/2 hours before ending at Wavus Camps on Damariscotta Lake in Jefferson just before noon.
The Rotary Club of Damariscotta-Newcastle is launching a new summer effort to help feed hungry children in Lincoln County, the Rotary Summer Food for Kids shed. A shed opposite Supplies Unlimited on Business Route 1 in Damariscotta will be used by volunteers from the Rotary Club to distribute free food to children up to age 18 on a walk-in basis. Both food for immediate snacking and food to prepare at home will be supplied.
For Abby Shaughnessy, studying marine biology at the University of Maine was a natural choice. Drawn to the ocean from a young age, Shaughnessy, a senior in the university’s School of Marine Sciences, is spending her summer interning at the Darling Marine Center in Walpole.
The Maine Department of Transportation won an award for the South Bristol bridge project in the Northeast regional America’s Transportation Awards competition.