2014-09-10 / Western Mountain Activities

WESTERN MOUNTAINS ACTIVITIES

WEDNESDAYS
VALLEY SENIORS — 10 am-12 pm,
Carrabassett Valley Public Library. Open
to area seniors. Variety interests, topics.
?s: 237-3535.
WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS
WOMEN’S FITNESS CLASS — 5:30-
6:30 pm, Western Mountains Baptist
Church, Rt. 27, New Portland. All ages,
fitness levels. FMI: 265-4628.
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS
SKOWHEGAN FARMERS’ MARKET
— Wed 3-6 pm, Sat 9 am-1 pm, outside
Somerset Grist Mill, south side.
THURSDAYS
MATTER OF BALANCE EXERCISE
CLASS — 9-10 am, Webster Hall,
School St., Kingfield. Free. FMI: 684-
5579, 628-4291.
KINGFIELD FARMERS’ MARKET —
3-5 pm, lawn Schoolhouse Gallery, 266
Main St., Kingfield. FMI: 684-4587.
FRIDAYS
SANDY RIVER FARMERS MARKET
— 2-6 pm, Better Living Ctr. parking lot,
Front St., Farmington. FMI: 778-0347.
SATURDAYS
FARMINGTON FARMERS MARKET
— 8 am-1 pm, State Courthouse parking
lot, Main St., Farmington. FMI: 779-
4858, 431-2860.
NEW SHARON FARMERS’ MARKET
— 9 am-1 pm, Douin’s Market parking
lot, 150 Mercer Rd., New Sharon. FMI:
491-9025.
PHILLIPS FARMERS MARKET — 10
am-2 pm, American Legion, 15 Depot
St., Phillips. FMI: 764-0587.
SUNDAYS
OPEN MIC — 1-4 pm, Embden
Community Cntr., 797 Embden Pond Rd.
Refreshments, donations accepted.
TUESDAYS
RANGELEY FARMERS’ MARKET —
11 am-2 pm, corner Rt. 4 & South Shore
Dr., Rangeley.
OPEN POTTERY STUDIO — 5:30-7:30
pm, KC’s Kreativity Ctr., 1004 Old Huse
Mill Rd., Carrabassett Valley. ($ includes
all) Call 1st/FMI: 235-3000.
SEPTEMBER
ART EXHIBIT: FATHER PAUL
PLANTE — Mon-Fri 10 am-5:30 pm,
Sat & Sun 10 am-4 pm, SugarWood
Gallery, 248 Broadway, Farmington.
Artist of the Month. FMI: 778-9105.

WEDNESDAY, SEP 10
MUSIC: CASSIE & MAGGIE MACDONALD — 7 pm, Skye Theater 2
Highland Dr., S. Carthage. (6:15 pm jam
session; bring instruments) Western
Maine Music Week. Contemporary
Celtic roots. ($) Tickets/FMI: 562-4445.
PATRIOT DAY OR 9-11
THURSDAY, SEP 11
SUMMER AUCTION — preview 5 pm,
auction 6 pm, Farmington Historical
Society, 118 High St., Farmington.
Benefits bldg. renovations. Donations:
Sat 9 am-12 pm, Octagon House, 126
High St. www.farmingtonhistory.org
ART RECEPTION: BARRY WHITTAKER — 5-8 pm, UMF Art Gallery,
102 Main St., Farmington. Multi media
artist. Artist talk 5:30 pm. Free, open to
public. FMI: 778-1062.
MUSIC: CASSIE & MAGGIE MACDONALD — 7 pm, Rt. 27 Arts, Stratton-
Eustis Community Bldg., Main St.,
Stratton. Western Maine Music Week.
Contemporary Celtic roots. ($)
Tickets/FMI: 246-2300 (Flagstaff
Country Store).
MUSIC: PERPETUAL E-MOTION — 7
pm, North Church, 12 High St.,
Farmington. Western Maine Music
Week. Traditional dance tunes. ($)
Reservations/FMI: 778-2006,
www.farmingtonhistory.org.
THURSDAY TO SATURDAY
SEP 11 TO 13
PLAY: DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER
— 8 pm, Lakewood Theater & Inn
Restaurant, 76 Theater Rd., Rt. 201,
Skowhegan. Musical. Comedy.
Tickets/FMI: 474-7176, Rest. 858-4403.
THURSDAY TO SUNDAY
SEP 11 TO OCT 19
ART EXHIBIT: BARRY WHITTAKER
— Tue-Sun 12-4 pm, & by appt., UMF
Art Gallery, 102 Main St., Farmington.
Multi media artist. Free, open to public.
FMI: 778-1062.
FRIDAY, SEP 12
GOLF CLASSIC — 8 am tee time,
Sugarloaf Golf Course in Carrabassett
Valley. ($) Seth Wescott & Franklin
County Chamber of Commerce
Scholarship Golf Classic. Reg.:
www.franklincountymaine.org, 778-
4215, 265-4000,
janet@csmrealestate.com.
ANTIQUE APPRAISAL DAY — 11
am-3 pm, Skowhegan Savings Bank
parking lot, Kingfield. Sponsor:
Kingfield Bicentennial Committee.

FRIDAY, SEP 12 (cont.)
MUSIC: CASSIE & MAGGIE MACDONALD — 7 pm, Phillips Area
Community Center, Phillips. Western
Maine Music Week. Contemporary
Celtic roots. ($) Reserv.FMI: 639-2630.
FRIDAY TO SUNDAY
SEP 12 TO 14
NEW PORTLAND LION’S FAIR — N.
New Portland. Midway, exhibit hall,
pulling, crafts, livestock exhibits, woodsmen day, stage shows. FMI: www.newportlandlionsfair.com.
SATURDAY, SEP 13
STANLEY MUSEUM CONSIGNMENT AUCTION — 10 am-4 pm,
Stanley Museum, 40 School St.,
Kingfield. (Preview 9/12) FMI: 265-
2729, maine@stanleymuseum.org.
GOLF TOURNAMENT — 10-11 am,
Moose Meadows Golf Course, Coplin.
After tournament: prizes & food served.
Benefits Arnold Trail Snowmobile Club.
www.arnoldtrailsnowmobileclub.com.

AUTUMN PIE & ARTS BENEFIT — 1-
4 pm, Norlands Living History Ctr., 290
Norlands Rd., Livermore. Pie sale,
music, Victorian fashion show, tours. ($)
Rain or shine. Benefits center. FMI:
www.norlands.org, 897-4366.
CHILDREN’S CONCERT — 2 pm,
Nordica Aud., Merrill Hall, UMaine
Farmington, 225 Main St. ($) Professor
Smarty Pants (Mark Horn) & Songman
Stan (Stan Keach). FMI: 397-2241.
HARVEST DINNER — 5-7 pm,
Catholic Women’s Club, Church of the
Good Shepherd, Main St., Rangeley. ($)
FMI: 864-2775.
DINNER-DANCE BENEFIT — 5-7 pm
social hr., 6-7:30 dinner, 8-11 dancing,
Titcomb Lodge, Farmington. ($) Benefits
WHMO homeless shelter. FMI: 779-
7609 or bmealy12@gmail.com.
MUSIC: COIG — 7 pm, Old South
Church, 227 Main St., Farmington.
Western Maine Music Week. Celtic. ($)
Reservations/FMI: 562-4445.

SATURDAY, SEP 13 (cont.)
MUSIC: DON ROY ENSEMBLE — 7
pm, Lakeside Theater, Main St.,
Rangeley. Western Maine Music Week.
Acadian & Franco traditions. ($)
Tix/FMI: 864-5000, rangeleyarts.com.
CONTRA DANCE — 8-10:30 pm,
Farmington Grange, Rte. 43, Bridge St.,
W. Farmington. ($). Easy family dance
6:30-7:30. FMI: 491-9928.
SUNDAY, SEP 14
PLAY: DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER
— 4 pm, Lakewood Theater & Inn
Restaurant, 76 Theater Rd., Rt. 201,
Skowhegan. Comedy. Tickets/FMI:
Theater 474-7176, Rest. 858-4403.
HYMN SING — 7 pm, Reeds Mill
Church, Madrid. Open to public. FMI:
639-2713.
MUSIC: THE GAWLER FAMILY — 7
pm, Skye Theater 2 Highland Dr., S.
Carthage. (6:15 pm jam session; bring
instruments) Western Maine Music
Week. French- Canadian traditions, folk.
($) Tickets/FMI: 562-4445.
SUNDAY TO SATURDAY
SEP 14 TO 20
FARMINGTON FAIR — Farmington.
Midway, exhibit halls, livestock exhibits,
animal pulls, harness racing, demolition
derby. FMI: farmingtonfairmaine.com.
SATURDAY, SEP 16
BOOK TALK: THE BOY WHO WAS
SHANGHAIED — 6 pm, Rangeley
Public Library, Main St. Author: Angelo
Kaltsos. Free, open to public. 864-5529.
MUSIC: SKYE FAREWELL PART 1 —
7 pm, Skye Theater 2 Highland Dr., S.
Carthage. (6:15 pm jam session; bring
instruments) Western Maine Music
Week. Eric W. Johnson, Nikki Engstrom,
more. ($) Tickets/FMI: 562-4445.
CITIZENSHIP DAY
WEDNESDAY, SEP 17
PLAY: DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER
— 2 pm, Lakewood Theater & Inn Rest.,
76 Theater Rd., Rt. 201, Skowhegan.
Comedy. Tixs/FMI: 474-7176.
NEW VINEYARD HISTORICAL
SOCIETY MEETING — 6:30 pm, New
Vineyard. FMI, location, program: nvhistoricalsociety@hotmail.com, Facebook.
MUSIC: SKYE FAREWELL PART II
— 7 pm, Skye Theater 2 Highland Dr., S.
Carthage. (6:15 pm jam session; bring
instruments) Western Maine Music
Week. “The end of an era; last ‘Skye’
show.” Denny Breau, Don & Cindy Roy,
Steve Muise & FCF, Ellen Gawler, Nikki
Engstrom, more. ($) Tix/FMI: 562-4445.

THURSDAY, SEP 18
RRG&SA MONTHLY MEETING —
5:30 pm, Rangeley Region Guides &
Sportsmen’s Association Oquossoc
Clubhouse, Old Skiway Rd. Potluck dinner, guest speaker, public invited. FMI:
864-5816.
THURSDAY TO SATURDAY
SEP 18 TO 20
PLAY: DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER
— 8 pm, Lakewood Theater & Inn
Restaurant, 76 Theater Rd., Rt. 201,
Skowhegan. Comedy. Tickets/FMI:
Theater 474-7176, Rest. 858-4403.
FRIDAY TO SUNDAY
SEP 19 TO 21
COMMON GROUND FAIR — Unity.
Celebrating rural life, demonstrations,
Maine-organic produced foods & crafts,
livestock exhibits. FMI:
www.mofga.org/theFair.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
SEP 20 & 21
NARROW GAUGE TRAIN RIDES —
11 am, 12, 2 & 3 pm, Sandy River &
Rangeley Lakes Railroad, Sander’s
Station, Bridge St., Phillips. ($) FMI:
www.srrl-rr.org.
SUNDAY, SEP 21
SADDLEBACK FALL FESTIVAL —
10 am-3 pm, Saddleback Base Lodge.
Family activities, demonstrations, arts &
crafts fair, ski swap, toys & pumpkins for
kids, BBQ, live music, pie eating contest.
Last day to buy season pass at pre-season
prices. saddlebackmaine.com, 864-5671.
SADDLEBACK FALL FESTIVAL
TRAIL RUN — 9:30 am, Saddleback
Base Lodge, Rangeley. 4-mile run,
4,000’+ vertical change. Male/female
divisions/age classes. Pre-reg. ($2): saddlebackmaine.com.
MONDAY, SEP 22
RETIRED EDUCATORS’ MEETING
— 11 am, Church of the Good Shepherd,
Main St., Rangeley. Speaker: Larry
Given, president of Maine Education
Association-Retired.
FALL EQUINOX
TUESDAY, SEP 23
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP — 5:30
pm, Loon Lodge, Rangeley. Book:
“Waiting” by Ha Jin. Free & open to public. FMI/RSVP-(required): 864-4355.
WEDNESDAY, SEP 24
ST. LUKE’S BREAKFAST — 7-10 am,
St. Luke’s Catholic Church, Lake St.,
Rangeley. ($) FMI: 864-2775
NATIVE AMERICAN DAY
FRIDAY, SEP 26

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