The Moosehead Historical Society celebrates another summer by offering tours of the Eveleth-Crafts-Sheridan House. The theme this year is Bygone Days, a theme aptly focused on the items householders used every day, featuring various textiles and artifacts. As I was folding some of my own “Wrinkle Resistant, Made-in… Read More
    BY: Shelagh Talbot GREENVILLE—Moosehead Lake has, and continues to be a special place for Seaplane pilots, from the long-ago days of Bush pilots who could take off and land on practically anything, be it water, land or snow. They could alight from the sky on small remote… Read More
    GREENVILLE— The Center for Moosehead History, part of the campus of the Moosehead Historical Society contains a fascinating exhibit of Henry David Thoreau assembled by artist Beth Henderson of Belfast, Maine. Henderson, a high school teacher in English and environmental education became a stone-carver and found art to… Read More
    GREENVILLE— Joie de Vivre is a lovely French expression for the love and joy of being alive and it happens to be the theme for this year’s exhibit at the Eveleth-Crafts-Sheridan House on Pritham Ave. in Greenville. Every year, the staff of the Moosehead Historical Society comes up… Read More
    By Shelagh Talbot GREENVILLE— Come celebrate the 100th birthday of a grand old lady – a steamship nicknamed the Kate in Greenville. This venerable craft is officially known as the Katahdin and she sails the waters of Moosehead Lake every summer. Her birthday celebration takes from August… Read More
    GREENVILLE— The Boston Post Cane was recently presented to the oldest resident of Greenville, Sarah Dean Fahey at a delightful gathering at the C.A. Dean Nursing Home, where Sarah Fahey resides. Many members of family and relatives applauded as Candy Russell, Executive Director of the Moosehead Historical Society… Read More
    By Shelagh Talbot BIG MOOSE TOWNSHIP — There’s nothing like a group of passionate and like-minded people getting together to make things happen. The Big Squaw Mountain Resort just north of Greenville was just such a dream made a reality. The ski area officially opened fifty years… Read More
    By Shelagh Talbot BIG MOOSE TOWNSHIP — There’s nothing like a group of passionate and like-minded people getting together to make things happen. The Big Squaw Mountain Resort just north of Greenville was just such a dream made a reality. The ski area officially opened fifty years… Read More
    GREENVILLE— With the 40th anniversary of the International Seaplane Fly-In, taking place Sept. 5 – 8, 2013, the Center for Moosehead History, home to the Moosehead Lake Aviation Museum, has created a special exhibit of some equally special memorabilia for the forthcoming event. One exhibit room is… Read More
    GREENVILLE— On August 31, 2013 the Moosehead Quilters will be presenting “Summer In Moosehead” quilt show from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. It will be held at Union Evangelical Church (at the blinking light in Greenville, ME). There will be quilts on display representing new techniques as well… Read More
    GREENVILLE JCT — Imagine an attractive, articulate, and eternally young woman; a woman so fearless that she served as a stunt double in filming the most perilous scenes of many silent screen stars, including Gloria Swanson and Pearl White. Imagine a woman who earned fame and fortune in… Read More
    All Invited for Day of Prizes and Surprises at the Greenville Jct Depot on August 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. “Greenville Junction Depot Friends” has announced the organization’s annual open house gala party will be held at the Greenville Junction Depot, starting at 10:00… Read More
    GREENVILLE— Imagine for a moment that its 1913 and the ice, thankfully, has departed Moosehead Lake. If you were standing on the shore, you’d see large boats plying the waters. In those days steamboats were still a common sight. The Moosehead Historical Society (MHS) will celebrate these beautiful… Read More
    By Shelagh Talbot ABBOT —The JD Foundation, located on the corners of Routes 15 and 16 in Abbot, Maine is ramping up for their biggest Yard Sale of the year July 4 – 7 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. during those four days and the… Read More
    GREENVILLE JCT— Recently the winner for the Greenville Junction Depot Quilt Raffle was announced. Deen Chaykowski of Belfast lovingly created the quilt, incorporated with railroad themes and depot history. The winner is Elizabeth DeMerchant who teaches at the Holbrook Middle School in in Holden. DeMerchant was so delighted… Read More
    GREENVILLE JCT— Recently the winner for the Greenville Junction Depot Quilt Raffle was announced. Deen Chaykowski of Belfast lovingly created the quilt, incorporated with railroad themes and depot history. The winner is Elizabeth DeMerchant who teaches at the Holbrook Middle School in in Holden. DeMerchant was so delighted… Read More
    GREENVILLE— Cadet Airman 1st Class Nicholas Tinto of the Greenville Civil Air Patrol, recently participated in a one week trip to Arlington National Cemetery near Washington DC. Tinto was part of the Wreaths Across America program, now in its 21st year of decorating graves of our veterans for… Read More