2017-03-15 / Western Mountain Activities

WESTERN MOUNTAINS ACTIVITIES

WEDNESDAYS & MONDAYS
LADIES’ WALKING GROUP — 5:30-
6:30 pm, Western Mountains Baptist
Church, Rt. 27, New Portland. All ages,
fitness levels. Winter: inside w/videos.
FMI: 491-7433.
STRONG BONES EXERCISE CLASS
— 9-10 am, Webster Hall, School St.,
Kingfield. FMI: 265-2406.
WEDNESDAYS
OPEN POTTERY STUDIO — 10 am-noon, KC’s Kreativity Ctr., 1004 Old
Huse Mill Rd., Carrabassett Valley. ($
includes all) Call 1st/FMI: 235-3000.
WARMING CENTER — 11 am-1 pm,
United Methodist Economic Ministries
Warming Ctr., 1458 Salem Rd., Salem
Township. Hot meal, cards, games, puzzles, arts & crafts, newspapers, magazines, books. FMI: 678-2611.
THURSDAYS
MATTER OF BALANCE EXERCISE
CLASS — 9-10 am, Webster Hall,
School St., Kingfield. Free. FMI: 684-
5579, 628-4291.
FRIDAYS
FREE TAX PREP HELP — 11:30 am-
3:30 pm, Carrabassett Valley Public
Library. AARP trained volunteers. Open
to public. Bring all pertinent documents/ photo ID. Appointment required.
Appt./FMI: 246-2157.
SATURDAY
WINTER FARMERS MARKET — 10
am-2 pm, Farmington Grange Hall, W.
Farmington. FMI: 778-6637.
MONDAYS
MAKING MONDAYS: COMMUNITY
CRAFT TIME — 4:30-6:30 pm, Webster
Free Library, Depot St., Kingfield. FMI:
265-2052.
TUESDAYS
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.
THRU SUNDAY, MAR 12
EXHIBITION: “JULIET’S ROOM:
RECENT WORK BY JULIET
KARELSEN” — Tue-Sun 12-4 pm,
UMF Art Gallery, 246 Main St.,
Farmington. Free, open to public. FMI:
778-1062, artgalleryumf.org.
THRU SUNDAY, MAR 19
ART EXHIBIT: HÉLÈNE FARRAR —
11 am-6 pm, Emery Community Arts
Ctr., Academy St., UMaine Farmington.
Free, open to public. FMI: 778-7319.

THRU MARCH
ARTIST of the MONTH: DR. SUSAN
SANDERS — Mon-Fri 10 am-5:30 pm,
Sat & Sun 10 am-4 pm, SugarWood
Gallery, 248 Broadway, Farmington.
FMI: 778-9105.
THRU APRIL
EXHIBIT: PHOTOGRAPHER ISAAC
WHITE — Carrabassett Valley Public
Library & Community Ctr. ?s: 237-3535.
WEDNESDAY, MAR 15
BOOSTERS CLUB MEETING — 4:30
pm, Mt. Abram High School, Salem.
Open to interested parties. ?s: 446-5047.
FASTER INTERNET COMMUNITY
MEETING — 6 pm, Rangeley Lakes
Regional School, 43 Mendolia St.
Community input sought: expanding
broadband internet in Franklin County
region. Speakers: local providers. FMI:
778-5887, 778-4215, 864-3326.
TALK: “WHAT GOOD IS STORY?
TELLING TALES IN UNCERTAIN
TIMES” — 7:15-8:30 pm, UMaine
Farmington, Roberts Bldg., Rm. 023.
Speakers: Jo Radner, Lovell and Peggy
Yocom. Free, open to public. FMI: 860-
0392.
THURSDAY, MAR 16
BUSINESS AFTER HOURS — 5-7 pm,
Senior Planning Ctr., 648 Wilton Rd.,
Farmington. Open to public. Franklin
County Chamber of Commerce. FMI:
778-4215.
RRG&SA MEETING & POTLUCK —
5:30 p.m. potluck, Rangeley Region
Guides’ & Sportsmen’s Clubhouse,
Oquossoc. Speaker (following potluck):
Maine IF&W game bird biologist Kelsey
Sullivan. Open to public. FMI: 864-
3351.
FASTER INTERNET COMMUNITY
MEETING — 6 pm, Farmington
Community Center, 127 Middle St.,
downstairs. Community input sought:
expanding broadband internet in
Franklin County region. Speakers: local
providers. FMI: 778-5887, 778-4215.
READING: JANUARY GILL O’NEIL
— 7:30 pm, The Landing, UMaine
Farmington Olsen Student Ctr. UMF
Visiting Writers Series. Poet. Book signing follows. Free, open to public. FMI:
778-7454.
THURSDAY TO SUNDAY
MAR 16 TO 19
PLAY: ‘THE BALD SOPRANO’ —
Thu-Sat 7:30 pm, Sun 2 pm, UMaine
Farmington Alumni Theater. FMI/TIX:
778-7465.

ST. PATRICK’S DAY
FRIDAY, MAR 17
LUCK OF THE IRISH NIGHT — 5 pm
supper, 6 pm music, Phillips Area
Community Ctr., 21 Depot St. Bring lottery ticket to donate; food if desired.
Music. FMI: 639-4296.
SATURDAY, MAR 18
ST. PATRICK’S DAY PANCAKE
BREAKFAST — 8 to 10 a.m., Wilton
Lions Club, Main St., across from
Academy Hill School. Featured guest:
Maine Senate Minority Leader Troy
Jackson. ($)FMI: franklincountydemocratsme.weebly.com, yrobinson@gwi.net.
MUSIC: KEVIN HAMEL — après-ski
(all ages) 3:30-5:30 pm, Widowmaker
Lounge, Base Lodge, Sugarloaf.
(singer/songwriter) ($) FMI: 1-800-
THE-LOAF.
WOMEN IN MAINE SKIING 1870-
2017 — 4:30 pm, Begin Rm.,
Carrabassett Valley Public Library.
Fireside Chat & Panel Discussion, Ski
Museum of Maine. FMI: 265-2023.

MUSIC: RICHARD JAMES AND THE
NAME CHANGERS — 9 pm,
Widowmaker Lounge, Sugarloaf,
Carrabassett Valley. Bud Light
Uncovered Series. (rock) ($) 21+(ID)
FMI: 1-800-THE LOAF.
MONDAY, MAR 20
UMF CAREER FAIR — 11:30 am-3
pm, UMaine Farmington Olsen Student
Ctr. Reg./Full list of employers:
tinyurl.com/gsy72l4. Snow date 3/22.
TUESDAY, MAR 21
GARDEN CLUB MEETING — 12:30
pm, Trinity United Methodist Church,
Farmington Falls Rd., Farmington. Light
refreshments. Presentation: “GET
GROWING!” by Eileen Adams.
FRIDAY, MAR 24
AUTHOR TALK: RON CHASE — 4:30
pm, Begin Room, Carrabassett Valley
Public Library. Book: “The Great Mars
Hill Bank Robbery.” Free, open to public. FMI: 237-3535.

SATURDAY, MAR 25
PASSPORT DAY — 8 am-noon, Stratton
Post Office, 95 Main St. No appt needed.
FMI/Paperwork: www.travel.state.gov.
OPEN AUDITIONS — 3-6 pm, RFA
Lakeside Theater, 2493 Main St.,
Rangeley. For productions: “Guys &
Dolls” & “Wedding Belles.” Open to
public. FMI: www.rangeleyarts.org.
PRICE IS RIGHT SHOW — doors 5 pm,
event 6-8 pm, Mt. Blue High School,
Farmington. ($) Benefits Farmington
Rotary projects. TIX: Madore’s Market,
Douin’s Market, Steve’s Market & Ron’s
Market.
ARNOLD TRAIL SNOWMOBILE
CLUB GROOMERS BALL — Stratton
Plaza, Stratton. FMI: www.arnoldtrailsnowmobileclub.com.
FIREWORKS ON THE BEACH — 7:30
pm, Beach, Sugarloaf, Carrabassett
Valley. FMI: 1-800-THE LOAF,
www.sugarloaf.com.
MUSIC: HARSH ARMADILLO —
après-ski (all ages) 3-5:30 pm, main
show (21+) 9 pm-12:30 am,
Widowmaker Lounge, Base Lodge,
Sugarloaf. (Funk-Hop) ($) FMI: 1-800-
THE-LOAF.
MAINE MAPLE SUNDAY
SUNDAY, MAR 26
MUSIC: COUNTRY JAM/OPEN MIC
— 1-4 pm, Embden Community Center,
797 Embden Pond Rd. By donation.
Kitchen open. FMI: 474-1065.
MUSIC: AIWM LISTEN LOCAL
YOUTH CONCERT — 3 pm, Nordica
Aud., Merrill Hall, UMaine Farmington
campus. Admission by donation.
Reception follows concert. FMI: 778-
9437.
WEDNESDAY, MAR 29
FASTER INTERNET COMMUNITY
MEETING — 6 pm, Phillips Area
Community Center, Depot St.
Community input sought: expanding
broadband internet in Franklin County
region. Speakers: local providers. FMI:
778-5887, 778-4215, 864-3326.
FRIDAY, MAR 30
DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP — 4-5
pm, Allen Rm., Franklin Memorial
Hospital, Farmington. Topic: Describing
the diabetes disease process & treatment
options. Reg./FMI: 779-2656.
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP - 5:30
pm, Loon Lodge, Rangeley. Book: A
MAN CALLED OVE by Fredrik
Backman. Free & open to public.
FMI/RSVP: 864-4355.

FRIDAY, MAR 31
MUSIC: NATIVE OAK — 7 pm, New
Sharon Congregational Church, 21 Cape
Cod Hill Rd. Acoustic, 3-part male harmonies. ($) FMI: newsharonchurch.org.
APRIL FOOL’S DAY
SATURDAY, APR 1
BOOK TALK & SIGNING: ‘WEATHERING SHAME’ — 4:30 pm,
Carrabassett Valley Public Library, Begin
Family Community Room. Authors
Kevin Mannix & Linda Rota. FMI: 237-
3535.
FILM: MOFF ‘BROKE & STOKED’
WINTER WORLD PREMIERE — 7
pm, Avery Ballroom, Sugarloaf,
Carrabassett Valley. Maine Outdoor Film
Festival. FMI: 1-800-THE LOAF,
www.sugarloaf.com.
SUNDAY, APR 2
SNO WANDERERS SC POTLUCK &
ELECTION — 5 & 6 pm, Webster Hall,
Kingfield. FMI: 265-4717,
sharonbb47@yahoo.com
WEDNESDAY, APR 5
FOREST PEST WORKSHOP — 1-3
pm, Farmington Municipal Building conference rm., 153 Farmington Falls Rd
(Rte 2). Free, open to public. Reg./FMI:
778-4279.
WEDNESDAY TO SATURDAY
APR 6 TO 9
BUD LIGHT REGGAE FESTIVAL —
Sugarloaf, Carrabassett Valley. Bands:
New Kingston, John Brown’s Body,
Gorilla Finger Dub, Dub Kartel, Zeme
Libre, CatchaVibe, Royal Hammer and
Green Lion Crew. Some free. FMI:
www.sugarloaf.com, 237-2000.
MONDAY, APR 10
PROGRAM: FIDDLEHEADS A TO Z
— 7 pm, Embden Community Ctr., 797
Embden Pond Rd., Embden. Presenter:
David Fuller. Open to public.
Refreshments. Embden Historical
Society.
GOOD FRIDAY
FRIDAY, APR 14
MUSIC: PRISM CONCERT — 11:45
am, Emery Performance Space, UMaine
Farmington. Program: Lyric Time IV:
Ballades & Odes with poet Dan Beachy-
Quick. Classical & contemporary music
& literary discussion. Free, open to public; donations accepted.
ARNOLD TRAIL SNOWMOBILE
CLUB LAST MEETING — 5 pm,
Stratton Plaza, Stratton. FMI:
www.arnoldtrailsnowmobileclub.com.

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