Belfast celebration for Habitat for Humanity to be held

Posted July 19, 2011, at 3:32 p.m.
Last modified July 19, 2011, at 6:36 p.m.

BELFAST, Maine — The First Baptist Church of Belfast is planning “A Celebration for Habitat on

the Common” from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday, July 31, on Belfast Common. It is to celebrate Habitat for Humanity of Waldo County’s completion of their first home in Waldo County and to raise funds for a second home to be built in Searsport.

Bring your chairs or a blanket; have your own picnic on the common or purchase hot dogs, doughboys or cold drinks . There is no admission but donations to Habitat for Humanity will be accepted.

For information, call 930-6763.

Belfast Bay Fiddlers to perform at Rockport Masonic Center

BELFAST, Maine — The Belfast Bay Fiddlers will perform at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 20, at the Rockport Masonic Center. These concerts are held rain or shine and are free of charge to the

public. Everyone is asked to bring a chair or blanket.

Pass the hat donations are taken to pay the band’s expenses. Burger plates available for $5 and hot dog plates are $4.

For information, call 691-2270.

‘Imagine Peace’ at Monday Night Meeting series

HARBORSIDE, Maine — Beth Adams will open the Good Life Center’s annual Monday Night Meeting series at 7 p.m. Monday, July 25, at Nearing Homestead at Forest Farm, 372 Harborside

Road.

“Imagine Peace!” is a discussion of peace, creativity and social and environmental justice. This year’s series will offer five Mondays of discussions with speakers including Adams, Greg Joly, Tomlin Coggeshall, Kevin Campbell and Warren Berkowitz.

Adams, a former resident of Blue Hill, is a peace and environmental activist, journalist and songwriter now residing in western Massachusetts. Participants are encouraged to bring a work of art, story or opinion piece, song or poem, or just come and listen to a discussion of creative visions and actions toward a future predominated by peace, social and environmental justice.

For information, call 374-5386.

The homestead is a half-hour drive from Blue Hill. From Blue Hill village, take Routes 176, 15 and 175 through South Brooksville, turn left onto Cape Rosier and follow the signs for The Good Life Center.

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