2017-06-14 / 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.
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
SANDY RIVER FARMERS MARKET
— 9 am-2 pm, Front St., Farmington
(across from Better Living Ctr.) FMI:
Sara Wilk, (978) 500-7165,
kiangus@msn.com. May-Oct.
SATURDAYS
PHILLIPS FARMERS MARKET — 10
am-2 pm, American Legion, 15 Depot
St., Phillips. FMI: Donna Chamberlain,
639-2221, donnabchamberlain@hotmail.com. Jun-Sept.
FARMINGTON FARMERS MARKET
— 9 am-12 pm, 129 Main St, District
Courthouse parking lot, Farmington.
FMI: 778-3989, 205-2627. May-Oct.
NEW SHARON’S FARMERS MARKET — 9 am-1 pm, 150 Mercer Rd. New
Sharon, Doulin’s Market Parking Lot.
FMI: Donna Dashnau, 491-9025,
wildapple7@gmail.com.
SKOWHEGAN FARMERS’ MARKET
— 9 am-1 pm, Corner Court & High St.,
Somerset Grist Mill parking lot. FMI:
skowheganfarmersmarket@gmail.com
SUNDAYS
MADISON FARMERS MARKET — 10
am-2 pm, 189 Main St., Madison. FMI:
madisonfarmersmkt@gmail.com. May-
Oct.
RANGELEY AREA FARMERS’ MARKET — 11 am-2 pm, Rt. 4 & South
Shore Dr. FMI: 864-9949.
MONDAYS
DINING SITE — 11:30 am-12:30 pm,
Farmington Community Center at 127
Middle St. Donation. Sponsor
SeniorsPlus. FMI: 1-800-427-1241.

MONDAYS (cont.)
MAKING MONDAYS: COMMUNITY
CRAFT TIME — 4:30-6:30 pm, Webster
Free Library, Depot St., Kingfield. FMI:
265-2052.
OLD CROW BAND — 7-8:30 pm, gazebo, Meeting House Park, Farmington.
Plays big band, marches, polkas, waltzes,
some swing. Free, open to public. FMI:
Facebook.
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 SATURDAY, JUN 24
EXHIBITION: SONJA EUSTIS JOHNSON & STUDENTS — 9 am-2 pm,
Mon.-Thurs. & when theater open, RFA
Lakeside Theater, 2493 Main St.,
Rangeley. Exhibit open to public. FMI:
rangeleyarts.org.
THRU THURSDAY, SEP 28
EXHIBIT: ‘COCKAMAMIE!’ —
Mantor Library, 116 South St.,
Farmington. Shiretown Bookers “Odd
and Unusual Books from Members’
Collections.”
FLAG DAY
WEDNESDAY, JUN 14
MOBILE HEALTH UNIT VISIT — 10
am–1 pm, Save-A-Lot, Farmington. Free
screenings & health ed., more. Healthy
Comm. Coalition. FMI: 1-800-525-3136.
MOBILE HEALTH UNIT VISIT — 2 to
5 p.m. Food City, Wilton. Free screenings & health ed., more. Healthy Comm.
Coalition. FMI: 1-800-525-3136.
PLAY: SOME SWEET DAY — 2 pm,
Lakewood Theater & Inn Restaurant, 76
Theater Rd., Rt. 201, Skowhegan.
Comedy. Tickets/FMI: Theater 474-
7176, Rest. 858-4403.
KINGFIELD TRAIL BUILDERS
WORK DAY — 5 pm, off Stanley Ave.,
Tools provided; bring gloves, water,
bug/tick repellant, wear old clothes. FMI:
athayer@maine.edu.
THURSDAY, JUN 15
BOOK TALK & SIGNING: ANNIE
LOUISE TWITCHELL — 4:30 pm,
Carrabassett Valley Public Library &
Community Ctr. Book: “Spinner of
Secrets.” FMI: 237-3535.
PUBLIC SUPPER — 5-6 pm, New
Portland Community Church. ($)
Benefits church programs.
BUSINESS AFTER HOURS — 5-7 pm,
Farmington Historical Society, Octagon
House, 126 High St., Farmington. Open
to public. Franklin County Chamber of
Commerce. FMI: 778-4215.

THURSDAY, JUN 15 (cont.)
ART RECEPTION: PHIL POIRIER &
MILTON CHRISTIANSON — 5-7 pm,
Emery Community Arts Ctr., Academy
St., UMaine Farmington. “Places: Two
Views — Paintings and Photography.”
Free, open to public. FMI: 778-7319.
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.
STORYTELLING WORKSHOP — 7-
8:30 pm, Wilton Free Public Library, 104
Main St. Free, open to public. Western
Maine Storytelling. FMI: jradner@american.edu.
THURSDAY TO SATURDAY
JUN 15 TO 17
PLAY: SOME SWEET DAY — 8 pm,
Lakewood Theater & Inn Restaurant, 76
Theater Rd., Rt. 201, Skowhegan.
Comedy. Tickets/FMI: Theater 474-
7176, Rest. 858-4403.

THURSDAY TO FRIDAY
JUN 15 TO AUG 18
ART EXHIBIT: PHIL POIRIER & MILTON CHRISTIANSON — 11 am-6 pm,
Emery Community Arts Ctr., Academy
St., UMaine Farmington. “Places: Two
Views — Paintings and Photography.”
Free, open to public. FMI: 778-7319.
SATURDAY, JUN 17
MAINE’S MEGA YARD SALE — 8
am-2 pm, Farmington Fairgrounds.
Benefits Franklin County Animal
Shelter. Reg. to sell/FMI: fcanimalshelter.org, 778-2638.
STORYTELLING WORKSHOP — 10-
11:30 am, Farmington Public Library,
117 Academy St. Free, open to public.
Western Maine Storytelling. FMI: jradner@american.edu.
FATHER’S DAY
SUNDAY, JUN 18
MONDAY, JUN 19
MUSIC: JEREMIAHS — 7 pm, North
Church, 118 High St., Farmington. (6:15
pm jam session; bring instruments) Irish
vocals & instrumentals. ($) New England
Celtic Arts. TIX/FMI: 778-2006.

MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY
JUN 19 TO 21
BIBLE ADVENTURE DAYS — 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. at the Dick Bell Chapel,
Sugarloaf, Carrabassett Valley. Sugarloaf
Christian Ministry. FMI: Facebook,
pam@sugarloafministry.com.
MONDAYS & TUESDAYS
JUN 19, 20, 26 & 27
RRG&SA HUNTER SAFETY CLASS:
4-DAY COURSE — 1 pm, RRG&SA
Clubhouse Old Skiway Rd. Oquossoc.
Successful completion of course satisfies
state license requirements for firearm
hunting license. FMI: 864-2714.
TUESDAY, JUN 20
MEETING HOUSE GAZEBO SUMMER CONCERT SERIES — 11:30 am-
1 pm, Gazebo, downtown Farmington.
Bring lunch, chair. (Paul Bright) Weather
permitting. FMI: 778-3424, 778-3900.
MOBILE HEALTH UNIT VISIT — 1-4
pm, Wal-Mart, Farmington. Free screenings & health ed., more. Healthy Comm.
Coalition. FMI: 1-800-525-3136.
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.
GOOD SHEPHERD FOOD MOBILE
— 10-11:30 am, United Methodist
Economic Ministry, 1458 Salem Rd.,
Salem. Salem & surrounding areas —
anyone in need of emergency food assistance. FMI: 678-2611.
THURSDAY, JUN 22
MOBILE HEALTH UNIT VISIT —
10:30 am–2 pm, Senior Resource Fair,
Wilton. Free screenings & health ed.,
more. Healthy Comm. Coalition. FMI: 1-
800-525-3136.
THURSDAY TO SATURDAY
JUN 22 TO 24
PLAY: SHOUT! THE MOD MUSICAL
— 8 pm, Lakewood Theater & Inn
Restaurant, 76 Theater Rd., Rt. 201,
Skowhegan. Musical. Tickets/FMI:
Theater 474-7176, Rest. 858-4403.
FRIDAY, JUN 23
INAUGURAL CARRIE STEVENS FLY
FISHING CLASSIC — 6:30 am-3 pm,
Rangeley Region Lake Cruises. Upper
Dam, Upper Richardson Lake. 670-8391.
KINGFIELD FESTIVAL DAYS PLANNING MEETING — 5:30 pm, upstairs,
Longfellow’s Restaurant, Main St.,
Kingfield. Open to interested volunteers.
FMI: 491-8109.

FRIDAY, JUN 23 (cont.)
KINGFIELD POPS 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.
RANGELEY COMMUNITY CHORUS
CONCERT— 7 pm, Church of the Good
Shepherd, 2614 Main St., Rangeley. ($)
RFA event. FMI: 864-5000.
FRIDAY TO SUNDAY
JUN 23 TO 25
FAMILY FUN DAYS — Details TBA.
Throughout Stratton & Eustis villages.
“Pirates of Flagstaff” theme.
CARRIE STEVENS WEEKEND — 10
am-4 pm, Outdoor Sporting Heritage
Museum, corner Rts. 4 & 17, Oquossoc.
FMI: 491-4771.
SATURDAY, JUN 24
RUMMAGE SALE — 9 am-2 pm, Eustis
Fire Station, Main St., Stratton. Benefits
Stratton-Eustis PTC. Donations accepted
6/24 7-9 am at station. FMI: 491-9692.
LUPINE FESTIVAL — 10 am-4 pm,
Rangeley area. Vendors: 864-5571. FMI:
864-5571.
KINGFIELD POPS KIDS K, 5K AND
10K — reg. 6:30 am, races 7 am, 1 Salem
Rd., Kingfield. ($ -kids free)
KINGFIELD POPS — gates 4:30 pm,
Kennedy Farm, Kingfield. ($) Bangor
Symphony Orchestra, Western Mountain
Trash Can Band, Bangor Symphony
Orchestra, Sultans of String, Ghost of
Paul Revere, Jason Spooner Band, Lula
Wiles. FMI: www.kingfieldpops.com.
SUNDAY, JUN 25
CHEESE, BREWS, & BREAD — 12-4
pm, Bigelow Brewing Co., Skowhegan.
($) Cheese, beer & bread samples &
available to purchase. TIX/FMI: Cheese-
Brews-Bread.BrownPaperTickets.com.
COUNTRY JAM/OPEN MIC — 1-4 pm,
Embden Community Ctr., 797 Embden
Pond Rd. Refreshments, donations
accepted. FMI: 566-7302.
PLAY: SHOUT! THE MOD MUSICAL
— 4 pm, Lakewood Theater & Inn
Restaurant, 76 Theater Rd., Rt. 201,
Skowhegan. Musical. Tickets/FMI:
Theater 474-7176, Rest. 858-4403.
TUESDAY, JUN 27
MEETING HOUSE GAZEBO SUMMER CONCERT SERIES — 11:30 am-
1 pm, Gazebo, downtown Farmington.
Bring lunch, chair. (Gambol Creek)
Weather permitting. FMI: 778-3424.

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