Folks were invited to check out the best in home and garden, and help Habitat for Humanity this weekend. It was all part of the annual Maine Home and Design Midcoast show at Point Lookout in Lincolnville. This year’s show featured a couple of exciting additions. Attendees had the chance to win a brand new Vespa motor scooter courtesy of Camden National Bank, Hancock Lumber and Land-Marcs. Half of the admission price of the show goes to Habitat for HumanityAnother element of the show: artists were invited to take the contents of a box of random donated materials and create a piece of original art. “A lot of creativity and intellect great design here in the state,” Said Tom Urban from Maine Home and Design. “The mid-coast area is important to show support to the area and designers.” “Houses, furniture: it’s a great way for the community to all come out and be able to see what happens in the mid-coast. And all the different people that are small businesses in the area. And to help them build their businesses,” Said show-goer Ginny Savage.The resulting works of art are being sold in a silent auction at www.constructionsforhumanity.com100% of the proceeds from the auction go to Habitat for Humanity.