GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
What the Wind Can Tell You by Sarah Marie A. Jette is both distressing and inspiring. You may, as I did, shed a few tears along the way. Published by Islandport Press, Sarah’s novel was written for teenagers as well as adults, and there are some important life’s… Read More
MAINE AT WAR
Re-enactors with Battery F, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery, load their cannon while demonstrating artillery-firing procedures at Gettysburg National Battlefield Park on Sunday, May 20, 2018. In summer 1862, the War Department told Maine to raise five infantry regiments; in the last great rush of volunteers during… Read More
    MAINE AT WAR
    Re-enactors with Battery F, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery, load their cannon while demonstrating artillery-firing procedures at Gettysburg National Battlefield Park on Sunday, May 20, 2018. In summer 1862, the War Department told Maine to raise five infantry regiments; in the last great rush of volunteers during… Read More
    MILLINOCKET — Once pursued only by elite, powerful and wealthy members of royalty and those equally powerful members of the ruling classes, today tracing one’s roots has become the second most popular hobby in the United States. And, in the not too distant past, tracing one’s roots… Read More
WATERVILLE — Join the Waterville Public Library in the Bartlett Room for Teens at 4 p.m. every Thursday at 73 Elm Street for a movie screening. The movie changes every week, so visit our website, call (207 ) 872-5433, or email staylor@watervillelibrary.org to discover which movie we’ll be showing. This… Read More
    BLUE HILL–Word, Blue Hill’s literary arts festival, will take over the Cynthia Winings Gallery for the entire festival weekend, October 18-21. Word. Art. will be a curated collection of visual art that uses words in a variety of ways.  Work by artists Avy Claire, Heidi Daub,… Read More