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I was hoping that I would have house progress to report, but that’s not the case. However, I do have a new shed. I am ecstatic about the shed, and we will make more progress on the house eventually. It was interesting being back at… Read More
    Sarah Whitty of Veazie talks about what it takes to grow a giant pumpkin while visiting her giant pumpkin, Watson, which is estimates at 1,500 pounds. Growing in her back yard, the pumpkin will be transported to the Damariscotta Pumpkinfest in October if all goes well. Read More
SEARSPORT — Fiber College of Maine in Searsport is hosting two very special artists this year. Doing free demonstrations and talks, Crispina ffrench and Laverne Waddington are bringing exciting perspectives on recycling and reviving ancient crafts. Once the techniques have been learned, these crafts can be practiced with… Read More
    CAMDEN — A New Members’ Coffee was held Tuesday, Aug. 14, at the home of Camden Garden Club Membership Chair Molly Foster. In the delightful waterfront setting, Brian Crawford-Green, Berna Cummins, Ruth Ellison, Sandy Hurlbut, Deb Lyon, Elizabeth Selfridge and Cathy Ward were welcomed into the club.  Unfortunately… Read More
UNITY — The 2018 Common Ground Country Fair will be held 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21 and 22, and 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23, at Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association, 294 Crosby Brook Road. Visit Maine’s most extensive agricultural fairgrounds —… Read More
    OLD TOWN — The fall sheep shearing will be held 3-5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21, at University of Maine’s Witter Farm, 160 Witter Farm Road. Students and the public are welcome to visit with sheep, watch shearing, and learn how to process wool. This a great… Read More