Events

December 8, 2017 - January 7, 2018
Dec 9

Santa's Workshop

Each year, St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Wilton provides area children an opportunity to shop for inexpensive gifts at Santa's Workshop for their adult loved ones.While children shop with the help of elves, adults are treated to refreshments in the kitchen. The children then have their finds giftwrapped. Items are arranged on tables by…

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Dec 9

Community Energy Challenge

Volunteers will assist others in building interior storm windows for themselves or for others in the Greater Franklin County Area. If you receive fuel assistance, you may qualify for up to six FREE interior windo panels. Otherwise, panels are very affordable at $1.50 linear/ft.Call United Way at 778-5048

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Dec 9

Herbert Grand Hotel's Grand Opening of McGregor's Pub

On December 9th, 2017, the Herbert Grand Hotel, located at 246 Main Street in Kingfield, will open McGregor’s Pub.  In doing so, the century old family owned and operated hotel creates another destination for locals and tourists.  The December 9th celebration features the musical talents of Celtic duo Stanley and Grimm from 5pm…

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Dec 10

Northfield in Concert

Singing sacred, secular and silly, songs of the seasonNorthfield, the vocal ensemble based in Farmington, will continue their tradition of seasonal celebrations with two performances over the weekend of December 9 and 10, 2017.The music, sung in an a cappella style, will include some holiday music, as well as an eclectic mix of sacred, secular and…

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Dec 10
Dec 11

Wreath of Hope

WREATH OF HOPEFundraiser for Special Olympics (Team Leaping Lizards) will be starting Nov.21st- Dec. 31st Remember those you love with a light that shines on. The Wreath of Hope will be displayed on the Rte. 2 side of Hope Association building. The wreath will have lights of Blue, Green, and Yellow.(Tickets are $5 each) Blue Light: In Memory of a…

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Dec 14

Christmas Concert to benefit ECU Fuel Assistance Fund Christmas

Doors open at 6 pm for the largest community fundraiser for the ECU Heat Share Fuel Assistance Fund will feature a jam session at 6:15 pm, with concert to follow at 7 pm. This year the Christmas Concert will feature Andrew Harris, Theater Dept Director/Chairperson of the USM and DeerTrees Theatre with a dramatic recitation of "A Child's…

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Dec 16

Santa Loop

Free horse drawn wagon rides will take your child to various locations throughout downtown for fun holiday activities, all leading up to the final stop at the Homestead bakery for a visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus. Wagon pick up locations at the Homestead and Farmington Public Library 11-2.  

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Dec 17

"The Most Amazing Man of the Nineteenth Century" William Morris Talk

John Rosenwald, scholar, teacher, and collector, will speak on "The Most Amazing Man of the Nineteenth Century", an overview of the work of William Morris, on Sunday, December 17th at 2:30 in the North Dining Hall at UMF in Farmington. The talk is free and open to the public. William Morris (in only one lifetime) was a Pre-Raphaelite painter, a…

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Dec 17

Reeds Mill Church

Christmas Candlelight Service. Bring a flashlight!

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Dec 17

Reeds Mill Church

Christmas Candlelight ServiceDec 17 at 3 pmBring a flashlight!http://reedsmillchurch.org/

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Dec 27
Dec 28

Free Small Business Advising

Free Small Business Advising for the Jay area. Are you thinking about starting a business? Or do you already own one? There‚Äôs a free business resource program in Jay ready to help you with starting, maintaining and growing your business. The business advising is free and confidential. Once a month, every last Thursday starting Nov. 30 at the Jay…

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