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Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Thursday, November 01, 2018 3:12 PM
Belfast Farmers’ Market kicks off its winter season at Aubuchon Hardware, 231 Northport Avenue in Belfast, on Friday, November 2, and will be open on Fridays (except the day after Thanksgiving) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. throughout . . .
  • It is spring lambing time at Guini Ridge Farm, 1353 North Union Road in Union. This time of year at the farm is filled with countless trips to the barn to check on the sheep and care for the newborn lambs. This year’s lamb crop is ...
  • The annual Maine Grain Conference will be held Friday, March 1, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the University of Maine Presque Isle Campus Center, 181 Main Street. Topics for this year’s conference, sponsored by University of Maine ...
  • Belfast Co-op, in partnership with Fedco Seeds, will present a free class on Beginning Garden Planning on Wednesday, February 27, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Unitarian Universalist Church of Belfast, 37 Miller Street. Registration is requested ...
  • A seven-week course in beekeeping will be presented by beekeepers from Knox-Lincoln County Beekeepers (KLCB), Maine State Beekeepers Association (MSBA), and the state’s bee inspector. The course is designed ...
  • On Monday, February 11, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Abbott Room at Belfast Free Library, Chrissy Adamowicz from the Natural Resources Council of Maine will discuss the impacts of food waste and what is happening at the local ...
  • Waldo County Extension Association invites all local farmers and growers in the area to the third annual Farmer and Grower Winter Potluck at United Farmers Market of Maine, 18 Spring Street in Belfast, on Saturday ...
  • Palermo Community Library, 2789 Route 3, has purchased a pole pruner that can be used to remove browntail moths’ winter webs from trees. The pruner is now available for patrons to borrow; you do not have to be a ...
  • American Legion War Memorial Post 30, on Pearl Street in Camden, is holding public pancake breakfasts on Sunday, February 10, and Sunday, February 24, from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. to raise funds for the replacement of its . . .
  • Penobscot Language School, 28 Gay Street in Rockland, serves as a language and cultural learning resource in the midcoast area. Classes for as many as eight languages and cultural events for 2019 may be tracked at . . .
  • According to the Maine Association of Realtors, a total of 17,864 homes changed hands in Maine in 2018 — a 1.31 percent increase over 2017, while prices jumped 7.5 percent — for a statewide median sales price of $215,000. . . .
  • Atina Diffley of Chicago-based Family Farmed will lead three workshops on produce safety at Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association’s (MOFGA) Common Ground Education Center in Unity. Food Safety Workshop . . .
  • A new group for those who would like to knit and socialize will meet on Wednesdays from noon to 2 p.m. at Waldoboro Public Library beginning on January 23. Practitioners of fiber arts of all types and levels are welcome. . . .
  • University of Maine Cooperative Extension will host a free wild blueberry conference from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Thursday, February 28, at Black Bear Inn, 4 Godfrey Drive, Orono. Topics include management updates on diseases . . . 
  • Central Lincoln County (CLC) YMCA has many nutrition-based options to support community members in their endeavors to get healthy in 2019. Joan Atkinson, a registered and licensed dietitian with a master’s degree in nutrition . . .
  • Midcoast Solid Waste Corporation (MCSWC) has announced it will begin a compost and food waste collection pilot in partnership with ScrapDogs Community Compost. Collection of food waste will start on Wednesday, January 2 . . .
  • Beginning Friday, November 2, Damariscotta Farmers’ Market will move indoors to the CLC YMCA at 525 Main Street in Damariscotta and will be open each Friday from 9 a.m. to noon. Participating vendors include Hootenanny Bread . . .
  • The First Congregational Church of Camden is gearing up to once again host a community hot soup luncheon every Wednesday at noon, beginning October 24 and running through March 27, 2019, served in the church hall at . . .
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