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The Farmington Public Library invites children of all ages to attend our Saturday showings of Minuscule, a delightful series featuring the insects around us and their many adventures. Join us 10:30 to 11:30 each Saturday morning in July. Call the library at 778-4312 if you have any questions.

Kingfield festival days starts July 18th! Fun free festival for all ages!! July 20th will include a vendor fair and grand parade at noon! Theme is outer space! Check us out on Facebook: Kingfield festival days. For more info please contact Jodi

Pancake Breakfast. July 20 8AM to 10:30AM. Industry Fire and Rescue Benevolent Association is hosting a pancake breakfast to raise funds for community events. Held at the Industry Town Hall. $8/per person, $15/couple, $20 family of 4. $2 off if you donate a bag of bottles. If you have any questions, call 313-9596 and ask for Dovey.

New Vineyard Public Library 9 Hole Golf Scramble- Diadema Golf Club Sunday, August 18, 2019 Do you like to play Golf? Do you have friends who like to play Golf with you? Cost is $45 each golfer, covering 9 holes of golf and lunch. Advance registration required. Accepting applications of individuals or teams of four! Contact John at 652-2417 for availability of openings. Tee up to support a great library!

United Way’s 3rd Annual COLOR ME UNITED 5k run/walk is now open for registration ( First 25 registrants will receive an armband for their phone/ipod. Details to keep in mind: Location: Narrow Gauge Theater parking lot. Date: August 24th, 2019. Time: Race starts at 9am. Registration Fee: $25/individual; $20/team of 5+. Prizes: largest team, best dressed, top finishers in each age category


Judith K. Johnson Memorial Art Show, Sunday, July 21, 2019. 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the New Vineyard Public Library. In honor of the passing of Judith Kennedy Johnson, her family invites you to an informal show of some of Judith’s paintings and fabric art. If you knew Judith, please come by and share your memories

"Stars and Lace," handmade prints, mixed media by Jan Webber at Minnehonk Gallery, 370 Pond Rd., Mt. Vernon village 10 am-4 pm Thurs-Fri-Sat July 5th-August 31st. Contact:

New Vineyard Public Library Poetry Express Event - Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 – 6PM – 20 Lake St, New Vineyard. Everyone is invited to hop aboard the Maine Poetry Express community reading at New Vineyard Public Library. Maine Poetry Express is a program of the Maine Humanities Council and the Maine State Library to bring Maine poetry and poets to local libraries and their communities. Community members in New Vineyard have selected Maine poems and with local Poet Margaret Yocom, are hosting a community poetry-reading event, where all are invited to come together to celebrate Maine poetry.

High Peaks Artisan Guild, Gallery and Antiques. The Guild members would like to welcome you to come usher in the fall season with them. Paintings, photography, prints and cards, travel art, wood turnings, crazy quilts and quilted bags, fiber art, felted soap, homemade soap, knitted and crochet items, child size fleece hoodies, homemade pillows, found object art, jewelry, warm glass and stained glass, pottery, salvaged wood furniture, hand forged wrought iron items, antiques and collectibles. An unexpected find in the heart of historic downtown Kingfield. Regular hours open, Friday thru Sunday 11-5pm, Thursdays thru January or by appointment or chance. (207)340-8143 or home (207)446-4316, 245 Main Street, Kingfield.

New Sharon Historical Museum regular hours are Wednesday nights, 5 to 7 p.m. and by appointment 207-578-4068.


The Town of Wilton Recreation Department announces the line-up for the 2019 Tuesday Concert Series for the Bass Park Musical Events. All performances are free to attend (with an occasional donation) and the music will play from 6 to 8 pm at Bass Park in Wilton, across from Wilson Lake. Bring your favorite lawn chair and sing along to the tunes from local musicians!

July 16-Off The Hill Band
July 23- Stan Keach
July 30- Merry Plinksters and Sing alongs
August 6- Tumble Down
August 13- Kevin Libby
August 20- Off The Hill Band
August 27- Mike Preston and Kim Curry
Performance times 6-8pm

The July 9 Concert Series will be an expanded evening of entertainment featuring "Craig Hutchinson's July Jammin' with eleven additional musicians. The evening's session will begin at 5:30 pm and go until 8:30 pm. Rain Date will be Wednesday, July 10.

Free Concerts in Jay with Music in the Park at French Falls Park (28 French Falls Lane, Jay - across from Spruce Mountain Middle School). All shows are 6 to 8 p.m. Future shows include:

Aug. 10 - Danny & Darby of Rose Hill
Sept. 7 - The Only Hope
Sept. 14 - No Account Boozers
(note: the previously-announced July 27 concert has been cancelled)

A storytelling swap will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 17, downstairs at Farmington Community Center, 127 Middle Street. Free and open to the public. Tellers and listeners welcome. No storytelling experience necessary. Call 207-778-4387 for details.

Friday, July 19, 2019 at 7:00 PM the Vienna Union Hall presents iconic singer, songwriter Jonathan Edwards. Tickets are $25.00 or $26.00 online. For more information or tickets email:, call 293-2674 or purchase them online on our website on the “Arts and Events” page. To navigate to the website type in "Vienna Union Hall google sites”.

Free summer music at the Mercer Meeting House. Sunday July 28th and August 25th. Musical entertainment begins at 3:00, food for sale at 4:00 and open mic begins after that until 5:00. Come join us in this beautiful, historical setting! For more information contact Heather Leo @ 313-3184.

A new performance group, The Vienna Woods Players, will perform "The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940", August 2 and 3 at the Vienna Union Hall and we are looking for additional actors; 2 men and 2 women. Please contact Cheryl Herr-Rains at

The East Wilton Union Church, at 1306 Main Street, East Wilton, announces the line up for the August 2019 Concerts on the Lawn. The concerts are held each Sunday evening in August at 6pm.

August 4th - The Hyssongs - A well known Gospel Family Trio
August 11th - Heaven's Blend - Gospel singing Pastors
August 18th - Cathi Burke and Friends - A local group of Gospel singers and musicians
August 25th - Kindred Hearts - A family Gospel Trio

Chairs are provided but you are welcome to bring your own lawn chair or blanket. In case of inclement weather, the concerts will be held inside. Light refreshments and a time of fellowship will follow each concert. The concerts are free, but there will be an opportunity for a free-will offering. Come join us for an evening of word and song as we praise the Lord and fellowship together. FMI: Call 578-0687


Compost Sale hosted by the Sustainable Campus Coalition Compost Co-op. This Saturday, July 20 from 8 to noon. At 175 Dump Road, right before the Recycling Center. Backhoe Scoop is $30, 5 gallon bucket is $2.

Help support your local Cal Ripken Baseball League! Tuck's Ale House will donate $1 for every drink sold on July 20, 2019 to support the Farmington Area Cal Ripken Baseball League.

2nd Annual Barks & BBQ Benefiting the Franklin County Animal Shelter, July 20 at Titcomb Mountain from 5pm to 9pm. Bring your pooch, grab the kids, and join us for an evening of live music, BBQ, and FUN on the stone patio of the gorgeous and scenic Titcomb Mountain Lodge! We'll be offering a delicious catered BBQ plate dinner while the awesome Farmington-based band, Shepherd's Pie, will be performing their dance-able mix of jazz, pop, classic rock, and country from 5pm to 9pm. All proceeds will benefit your furry friends at the Franklin County Animal Shelter, so spread the word! Purchase your tickets here via our online registration form, or drop by the shelter to register! Questions? Call FCAS at 207/778-2638, or email

Community Dining Site. Seniors are welcome every Monday to the Farmington Community Center (127 Middle Street) for time to socialize and enjoy a healthy meal (suggested donation $3 though not required). Open every Monday except holidays., 10:00 to 2:00 with lunch served at 11:30.

Veteran’s Car Wash, hosted by American Legion Post 28, Farmington, on Saturday, July 27, 9 AM-2PM. Located at 140 Farmington Falls Road, @ Pro-Service Garage, across from Wiles Funeral Home. Rain dates, Sunday. Donations gratefully accepted, all go to help support local veterans services. Call Ron Smith @ 778-4058

Plants Are Best Potluck Saturday, July 27, 2019, at Industry Town Hall starting at 5:00 p.m. Please bring a plant-based dish to share if you are able. All are welcome. For more information please call Lori at 207-778-5066.

Summer Fest Picnic on the Lawn. Henderson Memorial Baptist Church Academy Street in Farmington. Saturday, July 27. 11:30 to 1 pm. Adults $8. Children $4.

The Chesterville Grange will be holding a yard and bake sale on July 26 (8:30 - 3:00) and July 27th (8:30 - 2:00) at 664 Farmington Falls Road (green house by Signworks). FMI 778-5845

Wilton Day Homemakers. Bake Sale. Blueberry Festival Friday, August 2nd . 9:00a.m. until Sold Out. Corner of Main Street and Weld Rd. Wilton, ME. All proceeds goes to the Flags on Main Street Fund

Aug 3, Annual Bean Supper. The Porter Lake Association will hold its 50th annual Bean-Hole Bean Supper on Saturday, August 3, 2019 at Strong Beach on Porter Lake from 5 until 6:30 p.m. (Forster Building in Strong in case of rain). Ticket prices are $6 for adults and $3.00 for children 5 to 11 (under 5 free). The menu includes bean-hole baked beans, franks, rolls, beverages, and a wide variety of donated salads and desserts. Please bring a salad or dessert to share. If you cannot attend this year, ask a friend to bring a salad or dessert for you, or think about donating to the PLA. The annual supper funds the work of the Porter Lake Association to protect the lake and support community educational activities.

Saturday, August 10, Yard Sale to Benefit the Kindness Quilts Project, Industry Town Hall, 8 AM - 1 PM, luncheon specials, 50/50 raffle, learn more about the kindness quilts. Space rentals $10-call early for an inside table provided by us or weather permitting you may choose to be outside with your own table and canopy. Call Vicci 778-6722 for more info.

Annual Yard Sale. August 17, 2019. 8am-2pm. Pinewood Terrace. 136 Rosewood Drive. Farmington, Me. 04938. Rain date August 18. To benefit the resident activity program

Due to the date change of the Industry Community Kitchen’s HOLIDAY FAIR to NOVEMBER 23 (used to be the first Saturday in December) we wanted to let possible vendors know early to sign-up for the new date at the Industry Town Hall, 10 AM- 2 PM. Table rentals for $15 OR $10 plus and item for our silent auction. Contact Phyllis 491-8876 for more info.

Farmington Elks NICKEL BINGO! Just a nickel a card per game – 38 games, and last game is a quarter a card. Top and Bottom Line progressive games build until $400. Every Monday Night! Doors open at 4:30, games begin at 5:15. Farmington Elks, School St, West Farmington. For more information call or text 491-0019.


Lightning Bug Fair; Church of the Good Shepherd; 2614 Main Street; Rangeley, Maine. Thursday, July 11, 2019. 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The Episcopal Church Women will be hosting a Lightning Bug Craft and Vendor fair on July 11, 2019 from 9 am to 2 pm, with a light luncheon for purchase from 11 am to 1 pm. Vendors interested in space please call the church at 207-864-3381 and leave a message.

The Saturday Farmington Farmers Market’s is open for the season in the District Courthouse Parking Lot, 129 Maine St, Farmington. Vendors will be set up from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays, May through October. We have vegetables, kettle corn, beef, jams, canned goods, fruits, homemade pies, micro greens, breads, seedlings, flowers and crafts. You can chat with vendors, taste delicious samples of locally produced food and support local agriculture. Double your EBT/SNAP dollars at the Farmington Farmers’ Market with Maine Harvest Bucks. Visit: For more information email:


Monday, July 22: Farmington Historical Society Meeting, 6 p.m. Potluck, North Church 118 High St., Farmington. Short meeting to follow. 7 p.m. program. “ Nineteenth Century 3-D (Stereoview) Images of Rangeley Region,” presented by Bill Pierce, Rangeley Lakes Historical Society Director. ‘Modern’ 3-D glasses will be provided. Everyone welcome.

Please join MaineDOT’s Public Meeting about the Potential Removal of the Russell’s Mills Bridge on Russell’s Mills Road on Thursday, July 25th at 6:30 PM at the Community Center: 127 Middle Street, Farmington, ME 04938. For more information contact the Project Manager, Haley Jaramillo at

The Mt. Blue High School Fall Sports Meeting will take place on Sunday, July 28 at 6 PM in the Bjorn Auditorium here at Mt. Blue Campus. All student-athletes who plan to participate in an MBHS fall sport should plan on attending with at least one parent, guardian or adult family member. Please help us spread the word on the date and time for this meeting.

Join us at the Farmington Public Library for a reading of Kathleen Welch's Sometimes Even Elephants Forget, a story about alzheimer's disease written for young children. In the words of John Rosenwald, former senior editor of the Beloit Poetry Journal: "From two elephants, Grandma Bawa and grandson Mookie, to Kip, the clever hedgehog, who appears first as a bathing brush adn later as a dapper date, this thoughtful story provides a delightful way of raising with young children questions concerning the aging process of those near and dear to them." Held at the Farmington Public Library on August 6th at 10:15 a.m. Please call with any questions, 778-4312.

The annual Strong High School Alumni Reunion will be held on Saturday, August 10, 2019 at the Strong Elementary School. Doors will open at 11 a.m. for registration, social time, and raffle ticket sales of donated items. A turkey dinner will all the fixing will be served at 1 p.m. at a cost of $14, followed by a short meeting with a guest speaker. All proceeds go to the scholarship fund. This year celebrates the last 50 year class to graduate from Strong High School. Anyone who has ever attended the Strong School is eligible for alumni status.

Sunday, August 11, 2019 9:00 -11:00 North Jay White Granite Park. Jay, ME Free open to all. Second Sunday Nature Walks. This location has lots to see: insects, geology, plants, and birds. It has picnic tables too! Join local Maine Master Naturalists Anthony Underwood and Lynda Fournier for a leisurely walk on the second Sunday of each month, from May through November. We will visit an assortment of local, public trails in Farmington, Wilton, and Jay. Share your knowledge or learn something new as we look at nature up-close. All experience levels and family members are welcome, but please keep dogs leashed during the walk. Please wear terrain/weather appropriate footwear. Trails are easy to moderate difficulty. Subscribe to our blog at A full list of locations can be emailed by contacting Got a picture of a bug, or wildflower you want identified? Or maybe just a question about local nature? email us!

Summer at The Church of the Good Shepherd. The Rev. John S. Rogers is the visiting priest at the Church of the Good Shepherd through September as the parish continues its search for a permanent Rector. Fr. John is Chaplin Emeritas of St. George’s school, Newport , RI, where he served for 23 years as Chaplin, Chair of the Theology Department and Varsity Coach of basketball and baseball. In addition to his tenure as Rector of St. Alban’s, Cape Elizabeth, he served a number of parishes in Rhode Island, Virginia, Georgia and St. Bart’s in the French West Indies. He and his wife, Judy summer in Oquossoc. Sunday services at the parish are at 7:30 and 9:30 am, music during 9:30 service, Robert Ludwig organist and choir director. He studied at Davidson College and Yale University.

Sunday, September 8, 2019 9:00 -11:00 Jay Recreation Trails. Jay, ME Free open to all Second Sunday Nature Walks. You never know what we'll find! Hopefully some interesting animal tracks, insect cocoons, asters and other late season flowers. Join local Maine Master Naturalists Anthony Underwood and Lynda Fournier for a leisurely walk on the second Sunday of each month, from May through November. We will visit an assortment of local, public trails in Farmington, Wilton, and Jay. Share your knowledge or learn something new as we look at nature up-close. All experience levels and family members are welcome, but please keep dogs leashed during the walk. Please wear terrain/weather appropriate footwear. Trails are easy to moderate difficulty.
Subscribe to our blog at A full list of locations can be emailed by contacting Got a picture of a bug, or wildflower you want identified? Or maybe just a question about local nature? email us

Holding a weekly prayer group on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. at 227 Macomber Hill Road in Jay, at the chapel at the top of the hill. Call 207.595.0865 for more information.

St. Luke's Episcopal Church will be back in front of Life's Perks Coffee shop on Main St. in Wilton with a "Listen, Love, and Pray" table, Wednesdays from 9 to 10 am weather permitting.

Incarcerated Family Support Group: Rose's Room, a support group for family and loved ones of incarcerated men and women, will meet at St. Joseph's Church, 133 Middle St., Farmington, at 7 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of each month. All with loved ones in jail or prison are welcome. Join us for a non-judgmental, supportive, safe space to share experiences with friends who know what it's like to have a loved one in the system. For more information, call 207-491-2527. Rose's Room supports loved ones of ALL faiths and/or no faith. ALL are welcome.

Is reading Tolstoy’s War and Peace on your bucket list? Then have we got a book group for you! The LORLs (Lovers of Russian Literature) are going to lose themselves in Tolstoy’s epic masterpiece, meeting monthly from May through November, 2019 (taking the month of July off). We’ll be meeting on the third Saturday of the month, from 12:30-2:30 p.m., at the Jay-Niles Memorial Library in North Jay. We will read roughly 200 pages a month, and members are free to volunteer to moderate any given monthly meeting. We’re still in the formative stages — the reading plan will be available shortly — but please mark your calendars for the third Saturday. And please call or email for more details and to register for the group. We’d like to thank The Jay-Niles Memorial Library for kindly sponsoring our group; without their support this group would not be possible. Group Contact: Alexis DesRoches, 207-779-8979,

Let's Talk Books Program - 2019. It is already Spring and Let’s Talk Books will soon be resuming its meetings at the library. I’m inviting all of you to join us. We will be meeting on the third Wednesday of the month, from 2-4 p.m., in the library starting in May. This year we will have a theme for each month in addition to other books we may be reading and want to share. We will also have a group read where everyone reads the same book and we discuss it together. The book chosen for this year is “The Visionist” by Rachael Urghart. Copies will be available at the library. We also hope to hold our annual author’s night sometime in August. I’m looking forward to meeting with all of you. The schedule for this year follows. If you have any questions please see Mina at the Library or you can email me at ​
July 17 - Mystery
August 21 - (Group Read) The Visionist by Rachel Urquhart
September 18 - Non Fiction
October 16 - History (can be fiction or non-fiction)
November 20 - Travel

SeniorsPlus announces office hours for its satellite office location at 218 Fairbanks Road in Farmington. Office hours for scheduled appointments will be every Wednesday from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Visitors will need to call 1-800-427-1241 to schedule an appointment. “Walk-in” hours will be held on the second Thursday of every month from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Staff will be on hand to answer any questions or concerns you may have about services and resources for older adults and adults with disabilities and their families. These services are free and open to the public. For further information call SeniorsPlus at 1-800-427-1241.

Satellite Office Hours for SeniorsPlus at 218 Fairbanks Road, Farmington. SeniorsPlus announces office hours for its satellite office location at 218 Fairbanks Road in Farmington. Office hours for scheduled appointments will be every Wednesday from 12:30pm to 4:30pm. Visitors will need to call 1-800-427-1241 to schedule an appointment. “Walk-in” hours from 12:30pm to 4:30pm will be held on the 2nd Thursday of every month. Staff will be on hand to answer any questions or concerns you may have about services and resources for older adults and adults with disabilities and their families. These services are free and open to the public. For further information call SeniorsPlus at 1-800-427-1241.

Drugs causing you problems? We can help you achieve freedom from active addiction. Narcotics Anonymous Three meetings per week in Farmington. Go to or call 1-800-974-0062 for more information.

Al-Anon meetings in Farmington. Offers help and hope for friends and families of alcoholics. Meets Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 7 - 8 p.m. at Franklin Memorial Hospital. FMI call Arin 207-242-4848.

Have you been looking for like-minded people that seek to experience the depth of love from God that He provides ... then please read! This is not a solicitation from a church nor is this a plea to get people to serve. The Spirit has been quite clear to provide a venue for people that desire the fellowship and soul feeding that a church environment could provide without the condemnation and expectations associated with organized religion. What exactly this will look like is yet to be determined. Not that we don’t want some vision of this but we do not want any ‘mans’ vision. We are completely comfortable with whatever God may be doing. When I say ‘we’ there are just a few that have been praying for God’s direction. For those interested come for regular "Consider This" videos and "Sermons" as lead by the Spirit. If you want to be included on our reminder list please leave your email in the discussion section of our Christian liberation organization Youtube site , or email us directly at We reside in the western mountains of Maine and would welcome gatherings. Looking forward with great expectation of God’s work! May you experience the joy and peace of the Father, Son & Spirit!

Wilton Chapter TOPS of Me. Meets Mondays 6 pm to 7pm. Wilton Methodist Church. Come check us out. For info call J. Stinchfield @645-7074.

Veterans of Foreign Wars, James A. McKechnie Post 10881, has changed the monthly meeting to the 1st Thursday of each month. 7 pm at the Farmington Municipal Bldg., downstairs in back of building.

Ongoing support group for people who have a loved one with a mental illness. It meets every third Wednesday at the Farmington hospital. Any questions you can call Louise at 592-9933 or Kathy.

The Wilton Historical Society will be holding its monthly meeting every second Thursday from now until November. Each month we will have a guest speaker. The meeting are held at the Farm and Home Museum on Canal St. (behind Key Bank). The business meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. with the guest starting around 7 P.M. All are invited as we are open to the public. For more information please call Pam Brown at 645-2091.

T.O.P.S Weight Loss. Meeting every Monday night, 6 to 8 p.m. Meetings are at the Wilton Methodist Church. (weigh in starts at 6, till 6:45, meeting starts at 7. Take off pounds sensibly.


Forestry for Maine Birds Workshop: Managing Woodlands “with Birds in Mind” -- Mt. Vernon ATTENTION: Landowners, Foresters, Loggers, and Woodland Owners WEDNESDAY, JULY 17 9:30 am-2:00 pm LOCATION: Mount Vernon Community Center 2 Main Street, Mount Vernon (Next to the town beach.)
Join Maine Audubon and the 30 Mile River Watershed Association in a workshop to learn about managing your woodland ‘WITH BIRDS IN MIND’
The Forestry for Maine Birds (FFMB) approach integrates bird conservation into forest management and planning. At this workshop you will learn how to:
• Improve habitat for priority forest birds and a variety of other wildlife species
• Take care of your woodland
• Work with other forest management goals
• Enhance the value and enjoyment of Maine woodlands for many generations to come
For more information contact The workshop is free, but please register at Note: Please bring sturdy walking shoes, snacks, drinking water, and dress for the weather.

CrossFit Kids classes. Renovation CrossFit, located at 25 Cedar Street in Livermore Falls (AYS building/old LF high school) will be offering CrossFit kids classes beginning June 26th. Classes will be on Wednesday & Friday mornings. Ages 7-11 will meet from 8:10-8:55am. Ages 12-18 will meet from 9:05-9:50am. Classes will run for four weeks (no classes the week of July 1st). Cost is $50 for 4 weeks of classes (8 classes total). Healthy living starts young. Contact Renovation CrossFit at to sign up!

The next Literacy Volunteers Community Connect will be Tuesday July 9, 2 to 4pm at the Literacy Center, Spruce Mountain Adult Education, 9 Cedar St. in Livermore Falls. State Senator Russell Black will discuss how state government works and how to participate in it. Literacy Volunteers Community Connects are open to all adult learners and interested community members. For more information or to register, please call 500-3131 or email

Maine Old Cemetery Association's Summer Program & Member Meeting. Saturday, July 13, 2019. 8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Hosts: Limerick Historical Society. Limerick Brick Town House, Main Street, Limerick, ME ( GPS:43.688517,-70.795163)) Price: program $3; optional lunch $9; pre-register/pay to guarantee a seat and/or lunch by July 5 at Seating and lunch availability based on availability. Program: History of the Limerick Village Historic District (listed on National Register of Historic Places). Speaker: How We Lay Our Dead: Mourning and Funeral Customs in New England, 1650-1900. Cemetery Tours: Baptist Society Church Cemetery; map of local cemeteries available for self-guided tours. Contact Info: Cara Kent (Limerick Historical Society host contact) at or

Everyone’s Resource Depot (ERD) announces the schedule for its July Arts and Crafts workshops. These programs are open to creative kids of all ages, and will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays during July from 3-4:30 pm. Each workshop will feature a variety of craft projects using scrap materials. Children will be assisted by student workers from UMF’s Upward Bound program. Topics for each session are: July 2nd , “Parade Projects”; July 9th and 11th, “Helper Robots”; July 16th and 18th, ”;Magic Dragons” ,July 23rd and 25th ;“Giant Bugs”. and July 30th, “Cardboard Tube Creations”. ERD is now offering help to those in the community who are planning summer programs for children. Many sample projects have been constructed, and a great variety of inexpensive scrap materials such as leather pieces, paper of all kinds, fabric and yarn, wood turnings and blocks, boxes of all sizes, colorful foam pieces and beads are available. For more information about the July workshops or about materials and services, please call 778-7150. ERD is located in the Education Center on the UMF campus at the corner of High and Lincoln St. Summer hours are Monday through Friday, 3-5 pm and Saturday, 10 am – noon. Special openings at other times can be arranged. For Community Calendar July 2nd. Everyone’s Resource Depot. July Arts and Crafts workshops for children of all ages. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3-4:30 pm. Topic: “Parade Projects”. For info call 778-7150. July 9th and 11th. “Helper Robots” July 16th and 18th. “Magic Dragons” July 23rd and 25th. “Giant Bugs” July 30th. “Cardboard Tube Creations”

The following sessions will be held at the Wilton CareerCenter 865 US Route 2E Wilton, ME.
Telephone 207-645-5800; toll free 1-800-982-4311; TTY: Maine Relay 711 to set up an Appointment. These workshops are at no cost to the public. All workshops begin promptly at listed times.

July 2019 Workshop

MEOC-101-Essentials of College Planning
Wednesday, July 31, 2019. 10:00 - 12:00
This workshop introduces people to educational opportunities in general and MEOC services in particular. This interactive workshop touches on the four steps in the college process: admissions, financial aid, career and study skills. The Financial Aid portion of this workshop will provide an overview of financial basics and the completion of the Free Application of Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please call 1-800-281-3703 for workshop details and registration.

Vocational Rehabilitation Orientation

Friday, July 5, 2019. 9:00 - 10:30
This is an orientation for people with disabilities who are considering vocational rehabilitation services. Orientations are held the 1st Friday of the month. Service providers are also welcome to attend. Registration not required

Small Business Trainings
Small Business Administration will be offering three different workshops “Starting Your Own Small Business” Access to Capital” and “Federal and State Resources for Small Business” Most of these Workshops are two hours long. For more information please call Bill Card @ 1-207-622-8555

Rumford Area Vocational Rehabilitation Orientation
Region 9 Mexico
Tuesday July 16, 2019 2:30 - 4:00
This is an orientation for people with disabilities who are considering vocational rehabilitation services. Orientations are held the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Service providers are also welcome to attend. Registration not required

CareerCenter partners include WMCA CareerCenter Services and Maine Department of Labor We are equal opportunity providers. Auxiliary aids and services are available to individuals with disabilities upon request.