On two very hot mornings Aug. 6 and 8, the Lincoln County Gleaners trekked out to Clark Farm in Nobleboro to get food for area food banks, churches, libraries, senior citizen homes and senior centers, Head Starts, and other places people receive free produce.
Bruce Burnham’s photography exhibit will be on display in the lobby throughout August and September and can be viewed during normal banking hours. The show, at 77 Oak Street in Boothbay Harbor, is sponsored by the Boothbay Region Art Foundation.
Elizabeth Berg, the best-selling author of more than 30 books, including novels and short story collections will visit Skidompha Library’s Chats with Champions program on Thursday, Aug. 9 at 10 a.m. in the library’s Porter Meeting Hall. Please allow time for parking.
The Pemaquid Oyster Festival, Damariscotta’s annual celebration of the working waterfront, marine conservation, and the Pemaquid oyster, is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 30 from noon to dusk. The popular event is an important fundraiser for the Edward A.
The words apothecary shop might bring thoughts of a dim room filled with herbs, hanging to dry, potions, tinctures in small vials, mortars and pestles filled with creams and dried plants, and hand-rolled pills, all overseen by someone who dispensed medications and sage advice.
As a key date nears on Wiscasset’s possible easement at Chewonki Campground, the town and business have been working toward a deal, Town Manager Marian Anderson and one of the campground’s owners confirmed in separate phone interviews July 26 and 28.
NEWCASTLE— If you’ve ever sampled raw oysters at Ondine in Belfast, Hoxbill in Camden, and Suzuki Sushi, North Beacon Oysters and Café Miranda in Rockland, chances are they came from eight oysters farms on the Damariscotta River.
The Arctic climate is changing faster than anywhere else in the world. On July 31, a Swedish-American research expedition to the Arctic Ocean will set sail to study how these polar changes may impact global temperatures by altering cloud formation.