Families

Community Bean Supper - Falmouth

A community bean supper will be held at the Falmouth Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, 267 Falmouth Road, Falmouth, Maine on Saturday, May 21st from 5:00pm until 6:30pm.  Beans, Casseroles, Salads and Pies will be served.  Adults - $8.00 and children under 12 - $4.00.  Proceeds support the church's local missions.

Annual Spring Festival - Freeport

Annual Spring Festival - Freeport

Annual Spring Festival will be held on Saturday, May14th at Wolfe's Neck Farm, 184 Burnett Road, Freeport, Maine.  For more information,call 865-4469.

Greater Freeport Community Chorus - Yarmouth

The Greater Freeport Community Chorus will be performing at the Sacred Heart Church, 326 Main Street, Yarmouth, Maine on Sunday, May 15th.  For more information, call 751-6301. 

Rummage Sale & Spring Carnival - Saturday, May 7

Public Church Supper - Freeport

A public church supper will be held on Saturday, May 14th from 5:00pm to 6:00pm at the First Parish Church, 40 Main Street in Freeport, Maine.  Three kinds of beans, chop suey, cole slaw, macaroni & cheese, hot dogs, rolls, desserts and beverages will be served.  Adults $8.00 and children $4.00.  for more information, call 865-6022.

Governor's Tea @ the Blaine House in Augusta

Governor's Tea @ the Blaine House in Augusta
On Wednesday, May 4, 2011, Governor Paul Lepage and the United Bikers of Maine will be celebrating Motorcycle Safety and Awareness month. The theme for this year is "Did You See Me". Distracted driving has become a major hazard to motorcyclists but also bicycles, pediatricians and other vehicles.   Lets step up the awareness of distracted drivers and make our highways a safer place to travel.   http://www.ubm-usa.org/  

Gorgeous Spring Day

Gorgeous Spring Day

This was the first truly gorgeous weekend of the spring. I decided today after going out for a morning coffee that I was going to spend some time outside and NOT working in my yard. I talked to my kids and we decided to check out Bradbury Mountain and see if we could see the hawks that are being counted this time of year. Unfortunately my 11 year old daughter was no longer interested since she had decided to start working on her science fair project for 6th grade, dissolving hard candy in different liquids and recording the times. So my son and I took off for the mountain.