Since the Nobleboro Historical Society cannot hold its 16th annual AppleFest, the society will have a Drive-By Apple Pie Buy at Nobleboro Central School in the front parking area on Saturday, Oct. 2. The event will run from 10 a.m. to noon or until the 100-plus homemade apple pies are sold.
Twin Villages Church, at 40 Church St. in Damariscotta, will host a free neighborhood cookout from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 19.
Mid-Coast School of Technology Adult Education Program is pleased to welcome master gardener Jean Vose to its fall program to present a three-week course. It will be held on three consecutive Thursdays, Sept. 16, 23, and 30 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Each class features an interactive slideshow presentation with handouts.
The Boothbay Railway Village Museum will partner with several nonprofit organizations this fall to offer a collection of festive events with COVID-19 safety protocols as top priority.
The Lincoln County Historical Association will welcome Susan Jerome, collections manager at the University of Rhode Island Historic Textile and Costume Collection and Gallery, for a presentation about antique samplers at the Pownalborough Court House in Dresden at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 25.
Damariscotta Lake Farm, a lovely farmhouse overlooking Damariscotta Lake, is donating two nights free rental of its six-bedroom property — a value of over $1,000 — to the winning bidder at the St. Giles “Jump Into Fall” Festival.
Labor Day marks the traditional end of summer fun and vacations, while at the same time celebrating the contributions of workers in building and sustaining America.
The American Legion Auxiliary of Damariscotta will be having a second paint night Tuesday, Sept. 7 from 6-8 p.m. Tickets can be purchased by searching “Canvases and Cocktails” on eventbrite.com.
Damariscotta Lake Farm, a lovely farmhouse overlooking Damariscotta Lake, has donated two nights free rental of its six-bedroom property, a value of over $1,000, to the winning bidder at the St. Giles Jump Into Fall Festival.
From 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 22, the Old Bristol Historical Society will host an old-fashioned ice cream social at the Bristol History Center and Mill at Pemaquid Falls, 2089 Bristol Road in Pemaquid.
Save the date: Sunday, Sept. 19! Midcoast Conservancy is happy to announce the 9th annual Live Edge music festival at Hidden Valley Nature Center. A fun-filled day of live music, great local food and beer, and even belly dancing – all set in the midst of HVNC’s 1,000 acres of trails, pond shore frontage and bogs. This year’s all-Maine musical line-up includes Primo Cubano, 12/OC, the Jamie Saft New Zion Trio and singer-songwriters Katie Daggett and Ed DesJardins -a testament to the vibrant local music scene! Local food and beer will be available all day, from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
On Saturday, Aug. 21, the Newcastle Historical Society will offer a pictorial exhibit of Newcastle in the Veterans Memorial Park (adjacent to the Second Congregational Church, Newcastle). Please stop by any time from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to enjoy this free event.
When and If, an 82-year-old Wiscasset-built schooner, will return to her original home port as the centerpiece of Wiscasset’s Schoonerfest in August.
Here is a chance for some summer fun and to learn about local history. For a week, starting Sunday, Aug. 15, you can become a “Pilgrim” and journey to a variety of special historic places. Lincoln County Historical Association), along with town historical societies are planning a Lincoln County Pilgrimage.
Throughout August, the museum at the Washington Schoolhouse will be open on Wednesdays from 2-4 p.m. Visitors can imagine themselves back to the 19th century as they sit in the desks of the lovingly restored classroom. Built in 1885, the schoolhouse is at 1426 State Route 32 in the heart of Round Pond village. The Round Pound Schoolhouse Association administers the school. Admission is free.