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On Saturday, September 13, 5pm-7pm Newburgh Rescue will hold a spaghetti supper to raise funds to purchase equipment at the Newburgh Town Office, 2220 Western Ave. Adults $7, Children 5-12 $5, Children under 5 free, Family of four $20. There will also be raffles at the supper.Find out more »
Sittings at 5pm and 6pm
Menu: Baked ham, locally grown veggies, and fresh from scratch rolls. Plus – as always, a choice of delicious homemade desserts.
Come celebrate the bounty of Eddington and Clifton area gardens! Note: veggies change every year – based on what is available! Definitely appearing: our sweet carrot salad and a new item: homemade apple sauce. Other offerings could be buttered beets, Perhaps fresh green beans, maybe braised tomatoes with zucccini, possibly just dug potatoes or even winter squash, – you just never know what we will cook!Find out more »
Baked bean supper at Stillwater Federated ChurchFind out more »
“Pet Sematary”-(1989. US. 1 hr, 43 min. Directed by Mary Lambert. R.) A doctor dabbles in magical resurrection with horrific consequences in this supernatural thriller adapted from the novel by Stephen King. When Dr. Louis Creed (Dale Midkiff) and his family move from Chicago to an old farmhouse in rural Maine, their only concern is the busy highway that flanks their new home. Louis’ family — wife Rachel (Denise Crosby), daughter Ellie (Blaze Berdahl), and toddler Gage (Miko Hughes) — soon meet kindly old duffer Jud Crandall (Fred Gwynne), who introduces themall to the local attractions, including a pet cemetary built on the remains of a Native American burial ground. When Rachel and the kids head off to visit Louis’ in-laws, Ellie’s cat gets flattened by a truck. Jud counsels Louis to bury it in the old Indian portion of the cemetary; the next day, it returns from the dead, carrying with it the stink of the earth and a decidedly bad attitude. Shortly thereafter, Louis is tempted to use the cemetary’s magical powers again when his son suffers a tragic accident. A snarling kitty, it turns out, is nothing compared to the horror of a little boy with no soul and a taste for scalpels. In addition to adapting his own novel for the screen, writer King appeared in a brief cameo as the minister presiding over Gage’s funeral.Find out more »
A free one-hour lecture sponsored by the 1st Church of Christ Scientist, Camden. Many people are asking the tough questions: Why believe in God? How can you believe in the power of God to heal? Christian Science healer, Kari Mashos will present “Faith, Christianity, Health: a lecture on Christian Science. Explore the safe, practical proof which the Science of Christianity brings.Find out more »
Orono Community Theatre and Ten Bucks Theatre Announce Upcoming Double Auditions!
For: Turn of the Screw, by Jeffrey Hatcher, from the story by Henry James
Directed by Ben Layman
Running October/November 2014
Produced by Ten Bucks Theatre
Down at Dennett’s Restaurant and Oyster Bar in Castine we wanted to make sure that you knew about the 2014 Maine State Oyster Eating Championship. We have prepared a Press Release below regarding the important details and have included a poster image with our event listing. Send a challenger and/or personnel to join in this truly Downeast Maine spectator event.Find out more »