Thomas E. Delahanty II, U.S. attorney for the District of Maine, is pleased to announce the Youth Voices on the Opiate Crisis Media Contest.
St. Giles’ Episcopal Church, located at 72 Gardiner Road (Route 126) in Jefferson, will host the last of its free 2017 wintertime suppers for Midcoast residents at 5 p.m., Saturday, March 11. Featured will be Mexican enchiladas, quesadillas, fried rice, refried beans, and salsa, along with chips and a beverage.
Sign-ups for all levels of Lincoln Little League baseball and softball will be held as follows:
Sen. Dana Dow, R-Lincoln, has sponsored legislation to roll back the three percent surtax on business owners and households earning more than $200,000.
Because of the unusually warm weather and rain due over the next week, the Lincoln County Fish and Game Association is canceling its Youth Ice Fishing Day that was scheduled for Sunday, March 5 at Kalers Pond in Waldoboro.
March is National Reading Month, and the Lincoln County Historical Association encourages young readers to engage in history-themed reading. Local libraries carry a number of books that will enhance appreciation of life in an earlier time on the Midcoast of Maine. Their collections include a wide variety of books whose authors have woven 18th- and 19th-century-based stories into “good reads.”
LCCT, the resident theater company at Damariscotta’s Lincoln Theater, is pleased to announce the company of its upcoming production of “Mary Poppins – In Concert,” which takes to the Lincoln Theater stage on the weekend of March 17.
The 10th annual Karl’s Kids ski-day fundraiser will be held Friday and Saturday, March 3 and 4 at Sugarloaf in Carrabassett Valley. The event kicks off on March 3 at 6 p.m. at The SugarBowl restaurant and game center for a family evening of food, games, and fun. A portion of the proceeds from that evening will benefit Karl’s Kids.
The pet pantry is open from 9-11 a.m. on the first Tuesday of each month, next on March 7. Its mission is to assist people who, due to their economic circumstances, may be having trouble buying food for their cat or dog.
Sen. Dana Dow, R-Lincoln, announced on Wednesday, Feb. 22 the addition of more than $11 million to Maine’s Unclaimed Property Fund.
Markus and Angelique Steelgrave have brought wonder and excitement to millions of people throughout New England and beyond. The Steelgraves will make a rare Maine public appearance at 2 p.m., Saturday, March 4 in the gymnasium at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle as a benefit for Jefferson Village School’s Blessings in a Backpack program.
Post offices throughout the state of Maine will be closed on President’s Day, Monday, Feb. 20. There will be no mail delivery on that day. Delivery will resume and all offices will reopen at their regularly scheduled hours on Tuesday, Feb. 21.
The Knox Lincoln County Beekeepers group will hold its midwinter workshop on Saturday, Feb. 18 from 9 a.m. to noon. It will be at the Morris Farm, 156 Gardiner Road, Wiscasset. Morning refreshments and coffee will be provided by the group. There is no cost, but donations are accepted. Refreshment donations also accepted.
On Sunday, Feb. 26, The Rotary and Lions clubs of Damariscotta-Newcastle will sponsor another concerted step to alleviate hunger in Lincoln County, raise awareness of the hunger issue, and provide a volunteer opportunity that brings the community together to help each other.