2017-04-19 / 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.
RANGELEY DOWNTOWN FARMERS MARKET — 10 am-2 pm, corner
Rt. 4 and 16, Rangeley. FMI: mountainfarmmaine@gmail.com. Jun-Oct.
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.
SATURDAYS
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.
APRIL
ARTIST of the MONTH: JANICE NORTON — Mon-Fri 10 am-5:30 pm, Sat &
Sun 10 am-4 pm, SugarWood Gallery,
248 Broadway, Farmington. Colored
pencil portraits. FMI: 778-9105.
EXHIBIT: PHOTOGRAPHER ISAAC
WHITE — Carrabassett Valley Public
Library & Community Ctr. FMI: 237-
3535.

WEDNESDAY, APR 19
EVENTS: ‘ADDICTION IN OUR
COMMUNITY’ — 3:30-6 pm, UMaine
Farmington Roberts Learning Ctr. 3:30
pm, rm. 023 ‘Addiction Can’t Hide From
Beaver Pride.’ 3:45 pm, rm. 001B ‘Safe
Space.’ 4:45 pm, Lincoln Aud.
‘Addiction Advocacy and Education.’
THURSDAY, APR 20
AGING WELL MINI-EXPO — 8:30
am-12:45 pm, Kingfield Elementary
School. Inspiration & tips for living
healthy, active lifestyle. Free, open to
public Registration required. Reg./FMI:
800-427-1241.
BUSINESS AFTER HOURS — 5-7 pm,
Franklin Journal, 187 Wilton Rd.,
Farmington. Open to public. Franklin
County Chamber of Commerce. FMI:
778-4215.
MUSIC: SONGS BEYOND BORDERS
— 7 pm, Old South Church, 235 Main
St., Farmington. Denny Breau, Heather
Pierson, Ashley Condon & Ian
Sherwood. ($)Refreshments by donation.
New England Celtic Arts. Tickets/FMI:
778-2006.
FRIDAY TO SUNDAY
APR 21 TO 22
PLAYS: ONE ACT PLAY FESTIVAL
— Fri & Sat 7 pm, Sun 2 pm, UMaine
Farmington Alumni Theater. Open to
public. ($) Student-directed & produced
— comedy & drama.
EARTH DAY
SATURDAY, APR 22
‘BEST DOG ON EARTH DAY’ — 9:30
am, start Rangeley Inn, finish Rangeley
Chamber of Commerce. A Celebration of
dogs & Earth Day. Fun Run/Walk with
without dog. ($) FMI: 864-5571.
SPRING FLING LIVING HISTORY
DAY — 11 am-4 pm, Washburn-
Norlands Living History Ctr., 290
Norlands Rd., Livermore. ($) FMI: 897-
4366 or visit www.norlands.org.
MUSIC: UMF COLLEGIUM — 3 pm,
Nordica Aud., Merrill Hall, UMaine
Farmington campus. Instrumental
ensembles directed by Eric Thomas. ($)
FMI: matthew.houston@maine.edu.
MUSIC: CLOSE ENOUGH — 7 pm,
Phillips Area Community Center, Depot
St. Band: Mike Worthley, Jack Harvey,
Bud Godsoe. ($)
MUSIC: MARK PHILLIPS — 7 pm,
New Sharon Congregational Church, 21
Cape Cod Hill Rd. Singer-songwriter. ($)
Part of Brick Church Concert series.
FMI: newsharonchurch.org.

SATURDAY, APR 22 (cont.)
MUSIC: DAVID KIM AND LAUREN
BASNEY — 7:30 pm, Emery Arts Ctr.,
UMaine Farmington. 19th-century-style
instruments. ($) Sponsor Arts Institute of
Western Maine.
WEDNESDAY, APR 26
GOOD SHEPHERD FOOD MOBILE
(FREE FOOD) — 10:30 am-12 pm,
Rangeley Family Medicine, 42 Dallas
Hill Rd., Rangeley. FREE, open to ANYONE, ANY TOWN. FMI: 864-3303.
THURSDAY, APR 27
DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP — 4-5
pm, Allen Rm., Franklin Memorial
Hospital, Farmington. Topic:
Incorporating nutritional management
into lifestyle. Reg./FMI: 779-2656.
SATURDAY, APR 29
RUMMAGE SALE — 9 am-2 pm,
Strong United Methodist Parish House.
Bake sale, candy sale, white elephant
table, toys, books, puzzles, rummage.
Luncheon 11:30 am-1 pm.

SUNDAY, APR 30
5K/10K & KIDS FUN RUN —
Reg./check-in 7:30 am, Franklin County
Children’s Task Force office, 113 Church
St., Farmington. Pre-Reg./FMI:
www.active.com, 778-6960.
BREAD & PUPPET THEATER — 7
pm, UMaine Farmington Emery
Community Arts Ctr. “Faust 3.” ($) FMI:
breadandpuppet.org.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3
OUTDOOR SPORTING HERITAGE
MUSEUM OPENS FOR SEASON —
10 am-4 pm, Corner Rtes. 4 & 17,
Oquossoc Village, Rangeley. FMI: 864-
3091.
CHILDREN’S STORY HOUR — 10:30
am, Webster Free Library, Depot St.,
Kingfield. FMI: 265-2052.
CINCO DE MAYO
FRIDAY, MAY 5
STRONG LIBRARY USED BOOK
SALE — 10 am-2 pm, Forster Memorial
Bldg. aud. Open to public. Fiction, nonfiction, young adult, children’s books,
paperbacks, audiobooks, movies. FMI:
684-4003.

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY
MAY 5 TO 7
OUTDOOR DAYS FESTIVAL AT THE
FOX — Fox Carlton Pond Sporting
Camps & Campground, 35 Fox Carlton
Pond Rd., Phillips. Clinics, courses,
many events, vendors, nonprofit fair.
FMI/Schedule: 491-5865, www.foxcarltonpond.com.
SATURDAY, MAY 6
ATV TRAIL WORK — 9 am, Bemis Mt.
Trail park-n-ride, Rangeley. Bring ATVs,
saws, shovels, tools. Rain or shine. FMI:
670-8170.
MAINE FIDDLEHEAD FESTIVAL —
10 am-3 pm, UMaine Farmington campus. Fun, educational family event: sustainable food & living practices. FMI:
mainefiddleheadfestival.com.
OQUOSSOC ATV CLUB COOKOUT &
MEETING — 6-8 pm, 2745 Main St.,
Rangeley. Open to public. FMI: 670-
8170.
MONDAY, MAY 8
PROGRAM: MAINE HISTORIC
BRIDGES — 7 pm, Embden Town
House, 751 Cross Town Rd., Embden.
Presenter: Amanda Taylor. Open to public. Refreshments. Embden Hist. Society.
TUESDAY, MAY 9
PROGRAM: HONORING THOSE
WHO SERVED IN WWI — 7 pm,
Margaret Chase Smith Library, 56
Norridgewock Ave., Skowhegan. Free,
open to public. Refreshments. Sponsor
Skowhegan History House Museum &
Research Center. 474-6632.
MOTHER’S DAY
SUNDAY, MAY 14
THURSDAY, MAY 18
RRG&SA Monthly Meeting — 5:30-
7:30 pm, RRG&SA Clubhouse, Old
Skiway Rd. Oquossoc. Potluck, short biz
meeting, guest speakers. Open to public.
FMI: 864-4323.
ARMED FORCES DAY
SATURDAY, MAY 20
OQUOSSOC ATV CLUB ROADSIDE
CLEAN UP DAY — 9 am, meet at 150
Bemis Rd., Rangeley with ATV. FMI:
670-8170.
SUNDAY, MAY 21
SUGARLOAF MARATHON & 15K —
Eustis to Carrabassett Valley/Kingfield.
FMI/REG.: sugarloaf.com/marathon.
THURSDAY, MAY 25
DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP — 4-5
pm, Allen Rm., Franklin Memorial
Hospital, Farmington. Topic:
Incorporating physical activity into
lifestyle. Reg./FMI: 779-2656.

SATURDAY, MAY 27
HOME, GARDEN AND SPORT SHOW
— 10 am-2 pm, Rangeley Inn. Inside and
outside vendors, door prizes, food, displays, local info on home, garden, sport
activities. Rangeley Lakes Region
Chamber of Commerce. ($)
Vendors/FMI: 864-5571 or info@rangeleymaine.com.
COMEDY: DAVE RATTIGAN — 7 pm,
RFA Lakeside Theater, Main St.,
Rangeley. ($) FMI: 864-5000.
MEMORIAL DAY
MONDAY, MAY 29
SATURDAY, JUN 3
MAINE MOUNTAIN CHILDREN’S
HOUSE GARDEN DAY — 10 am,
Maine Mountain Children’s House,
Kingfield. Outdoor & gardening family
fun. Seedling & yard sale. Rain date June
4. ?s: mainemountainchildrenshouse.org.
WEDNESDAY, JUN 7
CHILDREN’S STORY HOUR — 10:30
am, Webster Free Library, Depot St.,
Kingfield. FMI: 265-2052.
FLAG DAY
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14
MONDAY, JUN 12
PROGRAM: EARLY HISTORY OF
CENTRAL MAINE POWER CO. — 7
pm, Embden Town House, 751 Cross
Town Rd., Embden. Presenter: Art Ray.
Open to public. Refreshments. Embden
Historical Society.
FATHER’S DAY
SUNDAY, JUNE 18
TUESDAY, JUN 20
MAINE FORESTRY MUSEUM OPENING CELEBRATION — 5-7 pm, Maine
Forestry Museum, 221 Stratton Rd.,
Rangeley. Light refreshments. FMI: 864-
3939.
WEDNESDAY, JUN 21
MAINE FORESTRY MUSEUM OPEN
FOR SEASON — Wed-Sun 10 am-4 pm,
Maine Forestry Museum, 221 Stratton
Rd., Rangeley. FMI: 864-3939.
FRIDAY, JUN 23
KINGFIELD ARTWALK — 5-8 pm,
Kingfield: Mountain Village Farm B&B,
Stadler Gallery, Grand Central Station,
High Peaks Artisans Guild, Ski Museum
of Maine, Mount Abram Lodge, Red
Barn Upcycle Market, CSM Realtors,
Rolling Fatties, Schoolhouse Gallery,
Webster Free Library, Stanley Museum,
Inn on Winters Hill. Light refreshments.
Horse-drawn wagon rides. Look for red
flags. FMI: Facebook.
FRIDAY TO SUNDAY
JUN 23 TO 25
FAMILY FUN DAYS — Details TBA.
Throughout Stratton & Eustis villages.
“Pirates of Flagstaff” theme.

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