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Posted July 26, 2011, at 5:28 p.m.
Last modified July 28, 2011, at 7:09 p.m.

Scots mediums

BANGOR — Harrison D. Barrett Spiritualist Church will present Scots and international mediums and teachers Sandra McFadden and Colin Hall in gallery readings on Friday evening, Aug. 5, at 15 State St. The cost is $15, and no one will be admitted after 7 p.m. when doors close. The church space is on the second floor, with elevator available.

McFadden is one of Scotland’s best-known international mediums and spiritual tutors. She also is an actress.

Hall is “a psychic artist and medium giving evidential demonstrations of survival of the soul and life after death,” church officials said.

Private readings will be available by reservation only on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 6-7. McFadden gives half-hour readings, Hall one-hour readings. For cost and reservations, contact Nedra at 945-3061.

Blacksmiths’ roundup at Leonard’s Mills

BRADLEY — A blacksmiths’ roundup and “Men and Their Machines Day” will be held 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6, at Leonard’s Mills in Bradley.

Admission is $5, $3 children. For more information, call 974-6278 or email info@leonardsmills.com

Intertribal Pow-wow at Logging Museum

BRADLEY — Maine Forest and Logging Museum will sponsor an Intertribal Pow-wow 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 13-14, at Leonard’s Mills in Bradley.

Admission is $5, $3 children. For more information, call 974-6278 or email info@leonardsmills.com

New home for BARN

BREWER — The Bangor Area Recovery Network Inc., a nonprofit organization formed a year ago to help the entire community deal with the effects of drug, alcohol and other addiction, has moved from Bangor to a new location in the IGA shopping center on North Main Street in Brewer.

The mission of BARN Inc. is to establish, manage and maintain a facility to serve as a center for the recovering community to meet, socialize and carry the message of recovery in a safe and comfortable environment.

The BARN views recovery as a process of change through which an individual achieves abstinence and improved health, wellness and quality of life.

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