2017-10-11 / 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.
SATURDAYS
KINGFIELD FARMERS’ MARKET —
9 am-3 pm, in front of Sillanpaa’s
Trading Post & Country Mutt, Main St.,
Kingfield.
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
PHILLIPS FARMERS MARKET — 10
am-2 pm, American Legion, 15 Depot
St., Phillips. FMI: Donna Chamberlain,
639-2221, donnabchamberlain@hotmail.com. Jun-Sept.
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.
ACOUSTIC JAM — 2-4 pm, Eats &
Treats Café, Little White Church
Antiques, 83 Maine St., Phillips.
Newgrass, Bluegrass, Celtic, Classic
Country, Americana — stringed instruments only. FMI: 639-2889.

MONDAYS
DINING SITE — 11:30 am-12:30 pm,
Farmington Community Center at 127
Middle St. Donation. Sponsor
SeniorsPlus. FMI: 1-800-427-1241.
MAKING MONDAYS: COMMUNITY
CRAFT TIME — 4:30-6:30 pm, Webster
Free Library, Depot St., Kingfield. FMI:
265-2052.
TUESDAYS
HISTORY HOUSE OPEN — 10 am-3
pm, Lexington/Highland History House,
3 Back Rd., Lexington. Thru 10/10.
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.
OCTOBER
ART EXHIBIT: DOUG ARCHER —
Carrabassett Valley Public Library.
Photographer. FMI: 237-3535.
ARTIST of the MONTH: SUZANNE
KELLY — 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.
THRU TUESDAY, NOV 13
ART EXHIBIT: BORDERLAND — 11
am-6 pm, Emery Community Arts Ctr.,
Academy St., UMaine Farmington. Alia
Ali: photography & textile-based installation. Free, open to public. FMI: 778-
7319.
THRU SATURDAY, DEC 16
EXHIBITION: POLITICAL RESISTANCE IN LITERATURE — Mantor
Library at 116 South St. Shiretown
Bookers: “Robin, Zorro, and Horton:
Political Resistance in Literature.” FMI:
shiretownbookers@gmail.com, 778-
7210.
THRU SUNDAY, DEC 31
EXHIBIT: SHOSHANNAH WHITE &
PARISA GHADERI — Mantor Library,
Farmington. Free, open to public.
WEDNESDAY, OCT 11
PRESENTATION: HELPING THE
BIRDS OF MAINE — 7 pm, N. Dining
Hall, Olson Student Ctr., UMaine
Farmington. Avian Haven Wild Bird
Rehabilitation Center. Free, open to public. THURSDAY, OCT 12
ADULT RUNNING CLINIC — 4:45-7
pm, Physical Therapy Clinic, Stanley
Health Ctr., Franklin Memorial Hospital
campus, Farmington. Wear running
clothes & shoes, bring water. RSVP:
779-2620.

THURSDAY, OCT 12 (cont.)
OUR BIG BACKYARD EVENT: WHO
LIVES IN THE POND? — 3:30 pm,
Sugarloaf Outdoor Ctr., Carrabassett
Valley. Free, open to public. FMI: FB,
Instagram, amberamberose@gmail.com.
FRIDAY, OCT 13
CHICKEN SUPPER — 5-6:30 pm,
Phillips Elementary School. Menu:
chicken, potato, gravy, stuffing, cranberry sauce, peas, squash, rolls, pie, beverage. ($) Benefits Phillips Comm.Church.
SATURDAY, OCT 14
TAR-2-TRAIL RACES/WALK — reg.
7:30 am, Franklin County Children’s
Task Force, Farmington. 2-Mile Walk,
5K Run & 1-Mile Kids Run. ($) Reg.:
http://tinyurl.com/y8eqg7l3.
FALL 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.
SUPPER — 5 pm, Embden Community
Center, 797 Embden Pond Rd. Menu:
Chicken Cordon Bleu, salad, bread,
dessert. ($) FMI: 474-1065.
CONTRA DANCE — 8-10:30 pm,
Farmington Grange, Rte. 43, Bridge St.,

W. Farmington. ($). Dances taught; partner not necessary. Easy family dance
6:30-7:30; potluck snacks 7:30-8 pm.
FMI: 491-9928.
SUNDAY, OCT 15
SNO WANDERERS SC TRAIL WORK
— 9 am, Sled Shed, Kingfield.
Volunteers welcome. FMI: 265-6512,
265-4717. sharonbb47@yahoo.com
BASKET BEANO — doors 11 a.m.,
games 1 pm, Farmington Elks Lodge
#2430, School St., W. Farmington.
Longaberger Baskets prizes. Farmington
Rotary Club sponsor. FMI/TIX: 778-
2900, 779-9000, Rotary members.
MUSIC: USAF HERITAGE WINDS —
doors 2:15 pm, concert 3 pm, RFA
Lakeside Theater, 2493 Main St.,
Rangeley. Free. www.rangeleyarts.org.

BOSS’S DAY
MONDAY, OCT 16
OUR BIG BACKYARD EVENT:
EXPLORING FLINT WOODS — 3:30
pm, Flint Woods, Farmington. Free, open
to public. FMI: FB, Instagram, amberamberose@gmail.com.
WORKSHOP: SELF-EMPLOYMENT
— 6-8 pm, New Ventures Maine Office,
109 Perham St., Suite #2, Farmington. 2-
hour, tuition free workshop. FMI: karleen. andrews@maine.edu, 557-1885.
WEDNESDAY, OCT 18
ARTIST TALK: PARISA GHADERI —
12 pm, Emery Community Arts Ctr.,
Farmington.
SHORT FILM SCREENING: PARISA
GHADERI — 7 pm, Emery Community
Arts Ctr., Farmington.
PLAY: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S
DREAM — 7 pm, RFA Lakeside
Theater, Main St., Rangeley. (donation)
Theater at Monmouth presentation.
Rangeley Friends of the Arts sponsor.
FMI: 864-5000,
rangeleyarts@gmail.com.
THURSDAY, OCT 19
WORKSHOP: EROSION & SEDIMENT CONTROL — 8 am-4:15 pm,
Strong Town Office’s Foster Memorial
Building, 14 South Main St. ($) Franklin
County Soil & Water Conservation
District. Reg./FMI: 778-4279,
info@franklincswcd.org
STORYTELLING GUILD MONTHLY
MEETING — 6:30-8 pm, St. Joseph
Parish Hall, Middle & Quebec St.,
Farmington. Free. FMI: 578-1791.
MUSIC: CELTIC COUPLES — 7 pm,
North Church, 118 High St., Farmington.
(6:15 pm pie social & jam session—
bring instruments) Don & Cindy Roy;
Erica & Matt Shipman. ($) New England
Celtic Arts. Tickets/FMI: 778-2006.
READING: MARK JUDE POIRIER —
7:30 pm, The Landing, UMaine
Farmington Olsen Student Ctr. UMF
Visiting Writers Series. Screenwriter,
American novelist, short story author.
Meet-&-greet follows. Free, open to public. FMI: 778-7454.
THURSDAY, OCT 20
MOBILE HEALTH UNIT VISIT — 11
am-1 pm, Skowhegan Savings Bank,
Phillips. Free screenings & health ed.,
more. Healthy Comm. Coalition. FMI: 1-
800-525-3136.
PUBLIC SUPPER — 5-6 pm, New
Portland Community Church. ($)
Benefits church programs.

SWEETEST DAY
SATURDAY, OCT 21
POTLUCK SUPPER — 6 pm, Phillips
Community House, Main St. Keynote
speaker Adam Fisher, Maine State
Library. Phillips Historical Museum.
MUSIC: STEVE & THE GOOD OLE
BOYS BAND — 7-11 pm, Embden
Community Center, 797 Embden Pond
Rd. ($) Kitchen open. FMI: 474-1065.
MUSIC: MAINE SQUEEZE — 7:30
pm, Nordica Aud., Merrill Hall, UMaine
Farmington. Celebrating OktoberFest.
($) ArtsFarmington presentation. FMI:
artsfarmington.org, 778-9437.
SUNDAY, OCT 22
SNO WANDERERS SC TRAIL WORK
— 9 am, Sled Shed, Kingfield.
Volunteers welcome. FMI: 265-6512,
265-4717. sharonbb47@yahoo.com
CHINESE AUCTION — doors 12 pm,
drawing 1 pm, Fairbanks School, 508
Fairbanks Rd., Farmington. Buy tickets
at door. Benefits winter maintenance
fund. Donations/FMI: 778-3808.
COUNTRY JAM/OPEN MIC — 1-4 pm,
Embden Community Ctr., 797 Embden
Pond Rd. Refreshments, donations
accepted. FMI: 566-7302.
LHHS ANNUAL MEETING AND SUPPER — 4 pm, History House, Lexington-
Highland Historical Society, Lexington.
TUESDAY, OCT 24
OUR BIG BACKYARD EVENT:
WHICH WAY DOES THE WIND
BLOW? — 3:30 pm, Kingfield Gateway
parking lot, Rt. 27. Free, open to public.
FMI: FB, Instagram,
amberamberose@gmail.com.
WEDNESDAY, OCT 25
FOOD MOBILE DISTRIBUTION —
10:30 am-noon, Rangeley Family
Medicine parking lot, 42 Dallas Hill Rd.
Good Shepherd Food Bank’s Food
Mobile. For those in need in Kingfield
area. FMI: 864-3303.
LADIES SHOPPING NIGHT — 6-9
pm, Stratton-Eustis Community Bldg.,
Main St., Stratton. Vendors: Paparazzi,
Pampered Chef, Usborne Books, Posh,
Tupperware, Lularoe, It Works, more.
Raffles & mocktails. Benefits Stratton-
Eustis Food Pantry. FMI: 670-8317.
THURSDAY, OCT 26
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP — 5:30
pm, Loon Lodge, Rangeley. Sponsor:
Books, Lines & Thinkers. Book: “Lab
Girl” by Hope Jahren. Free & open to
public. FMI/RSVP-(required): call 864-
4355.

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