As the days get shorter and cooler we know that fall is here and inevitable winter will follow. Though that means cold and snow, it also means the holidays! Start off the season right, with the Festival of Lights Craft Show hosted by the Pope Memorial Humane Society! 2015 marks this Mid-coast tradition’s 36th year. Over 40 artists from all over the state of Maine showcase amazing one-of-a-kind products such as ornaments, jewelry, pottery, candles, clothing, pet accessories and so much more. You will be sure to find something for everyone on our list, and feel good about supporting homeless animals this holiday season. The show takes place on Saturday, November 28th at the Rockland Elk’s Lodge (210 Rankin St in Rockland) from 9 am to 3 pm. Admission is $2 and children under 12 are free).
Chad Labree talked about railroad safety and trespassing on railroad property. Some good information for the public as it appears that more and more people are using railroads for recreation.Remember that going on a railroad is trespassing unless it has been completely abandoned and isn’t in use anymore.
The Sukeforth Family Festival of Trees
at the Hathaway Creative Center, Waterville
All proceeds benefit THREE great Non-Profits:
Spectrum Generations, Hospice Volunteers of the Waterville Area & House in the Woods
Join for this double-weekend holiday extravaganza as area businesses set up their fully decked out tree’s, with all the fixings and give YOU a chance to take them home.
Mark your calendar and prepare to join in the excitement as Meadowbrook Reception Center in Eddington hosts the 1st Annual Womyn Faire, a vendor fair showcasing home based entrepreneurs and small businesses from around Eastern Maine whose products and services have a special appeal for women.