Events

April 9, 2018 - May 8, 2018
Apr 9

Active Parenting for Step Families

Join us at the FCCTF for our next FREE Parent Enrichment Workshops! Please call the Franklin County Children’s Task Force to register at 778-6960. All workshops are free including snacks and childcare! Active Parenting for Step Families— 6 sessions for caregivers, dads, and momsMondays April 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th, May 7th, and 14th from…

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Apr 9

Trauma Sensitive Yoga Support Group

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Services (SAPARS) is offering a Trauma Sensitive Yoga Support Group in Farmington.This FREE group is for adult female-identified survivors of sexual assault, sexual abuse, or sexual harassment. The group begins April 9th, and will meet for 90 minutes each session, for 8 weeks. Space is limited, so anyone…

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Apr 11

UMF “Art on Campus” Spotlights Work of Two New Contemporary Artists

The University of Maine at Farmington is proud to present the creative works of the next featured artists in the new UMF “Art on Campus” program. This vibrant campus art initiative exhibits the expressive work of two artists per semester in UMF’s Mantor Library. This semester’s visual artists are Katrina Majkut and…

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Apr 12

Gothard Sisters In Concert

Old South Church Concert Series presents the Gothard Sisters in concert on Thursday, April 12th at 235 Main Street in Farmington. The three sisters from Washington State will bring vocals, playing of multiple instruments and Irish dancing to the stage. Visit www.gothardsisters.com to check out this incredible threesome. The doors open at 6 pm. The…

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Apr 19

3rd Annual Franklin County Aging Well Mini-Expo

The Franklin County Aging Well Mini-Expo will offer workshops and the opportunity for social interaction for older adults. The event is free and open to the public. A continental breakfast will be provided. No registration required.

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Apr 19

Drop in Studio time

Set aside open studio time to get your creative juices flowing. Inspire, share ideas and support each other in the creative process.Bring your own paints and easel, drawing or writing materials, jewelry tools, scrapbooking project or whatever you want (of reasonable size)We have room in the back studio with work benches and tables for messy…

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Apr 19
Apr 19

Fundraiser Dance

Friday April 20, 2018 from 7pm-10pm at the EaglesFundraiser Dance featuring Fawn and Noel for the Hope Associations Special Olympics. $5 cover charge, 50/50 raffle and Chinese Auction. Bar will be open.

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Apr 20

Meet the Artists

Despite the Fake spring weather-come meet the Artists and see the beautiful new work we have in the store. Friday the 20th 4-7pm.We have 15 Artisans showing hand crafted Items. Welcome New artists Megan Hutchinson​ and Peter D Walen​ will be showing work.Light refreshments will be served.John Brown​, Robin Lisherness​, Judith Murphy, John…

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Apr 20
Apr 21

Earth Day Every Day! E-Waste Disposal and Recycling

10th Annual Earth Day-Every Day E-WASTE DISPOSAL SATURDAY, APRIL 21st9 AM TO 1 PM Rain or Shine HANNFORD’S PARKING LOT, WILTON RD, RT 2 & 4, FARMINGTONSponsored by Old South First Congregational ChurchDisposal/recycling of TVs, computers, scanners, photocopiers, monitors, printers, microwaves, DVD and VCR players, stereos, phones, gaming…

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Apr 21

2nd ANNUAL BEST DOG ON EARTH DAY - A Celebration of Dogs and Earth Day

Rangeley Health and Wellness and the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring the 2nd Annual Best Dog on Earth Day event, a celebration of dogs and Earth Day, on Saturday, April 21, 2018. The event will be a Fun Run/Walk with or without your dog. Registration is 9:00 - 9:45 AM at The Rangeley Inn - the fun walk/run starts at 10 AM. The…

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Apr 22

Farmington Earth Day Clean-Up Event

When: Earth Day, Sunday April 22, 1:00-3:00pmWhere: Start at the Pierce House, 204 Main St. (next to the Post Office)Who: Volunteers - individuals, groups, young and oldbags and gloves providedSPONSORED BY the Farmington Downtown Association and thePublic Works Department -- a spring-cleaning for the town!Everyone invited, bring friends and…

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Apr 22

Copper forging

Copper forging. These classes have been selling out, sign up now to hold your spot! Pre-payment is required to hold your spot.hammering copper in the shop. $25 person. Materials and tools provided for 2 small projects, extra fees for additional materials.Project will be: copper bracelet/bangle. Something to get you started. We can have food/drinks…

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Apr 22

30 Mile River Watershed Association's First Ever Watershed Cleanup Day

Each year, more than 1 billion people in 192 countries take part in Earth Day, the largest civic focused day of action. This Earth Day, join the effort to protect our planet. The theme of Earth Day 2018 is "End Plastic Pollution." Plastic pollution contaminates our water resources and negatively impacts our health. 30 Mile River Watershed…

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Apr 25

Erasure Poetry

There are a multitude of ways to turn one thing into another thing, to find something new inside of something old. To transform and deconstruct. Join me on a Wednesday night to examine and explore some exciting ways to take a page out of a book and turn it into a poem or a landscape. Or both. We'll play with blackout poetry, whiteout poetry, and…

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Apr 27

Kids watercolor

Join us as we explore painting with watercolors! $15 per child or 2 for $20: covers the use of the facility, all supplies and instruction. The watercolor class is free for any parent/ guardian attending with their child. I will be providing all the materials needed and demonstrating a few watercolor techniques. Kids will be able to try the medium…

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Apr 27

Poetry REading

Come join two local poets, Kelly Sterns and Audrey Gidman, in celebrating National Poetry Month at Vera's Iron and Vine in Farmington, Maine. Both poets will read from their own ongoing projects followed by open floor time for members of our community to share poetry with one another. Bring your book! Bring your notebook! Bring a guitar and a…

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Apr 28

Love letter Workshop

Join me for a sunny afternoon of radical self love and #loveletteractivism!Love letters seem to have developed a bit of a stigma these days—associated with vulnerability (gasp!), romance and strict special occasion. Not many people write them and not many people recieve them. It might feel like a pretty awkward thing, to sit down and write a love…

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Apr 28

Scrap for Hope

For anyone interested in scrapbooking, painting, quilting, stamping or just need a day and space away to complete a project and enjoy fellowship with other crafters and friends! For $30 you get an 8 ft table for Saturday April 28thfrom 7am-10pm. If you would like to stay set up and come back on Sunday 7am-1pm it can be arranged, no additional fees.

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Apr 28

"That 70's" Dance Party Hosted by Franklin County Children's Task Force

Join us for a night of dancing as we celebrate 40 years of commitment to strengthening families and preventing child abuse and neglect in Franklin County! Nightly Agenda:6 pm: Cocktail Hour, Awards, Heavy Appetizers, Comedy Show7:30-12am: It’s Boogie Time! Dance to your favorite music from the last 40 years. 9:30 pm: Costume Prizes…

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Apr 29

Full moon Vision board brunch

Join me for an early afternoon meditation, manifestation and collage-making celebration!Full moons have long been considered marked spaces in the moon cycle to shed the old skin and to set intention for the new, to manifest clearer paths, and to release with open hearts the excess emotional gunk that has accumulated in the last month, or year, or…

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May 1

Old South Church Concerts Series Presents Fara In Concert

“Fara” The Orkney's Female SuperGroup Fiddle Band will make their first stop in their debut U.S. tour on Tuesday, May 1st as part of the 2018 Old South Congregational Church Concert Series, located at 235 Main Street in Farmington. Doors open at 6 pm, jam session at 6:15, concert at 7 pm. Adults $15, Students $10/$5. Ticket reservations…

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May 2

Cooperative Parenting and Divorce

Join us at the FCCTF for our next FREE Parent Enrichment Workshops! Please call the Franklin County Children’s Task Force to register at 778-6960. All workshops are free including snacks and childcare! Cooperative Parenting and Divorce— 7 sessions for caregivers, dads, and momsWednesdays May 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th, June 13th, and…

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May 6