September 14, 2017 RSS feed / Community News

Saco Museum exhibit features monotypes, monoprints

Saco Museum will host the Monotype Guild of New England’s juried exhibition, “Down East,” through Oct. 28. The exhibition will feature 50 monotypes and monoprints, a process that produces unique, one-of-akind prints. More...

Author to tells tale of Mark Twain

Kristin Krause will share the story behind her book, “Last Voyage of the Hornet: The Story that Made Mark Twain Famous,” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19 at Dyer Library.  More...

Horse classes offered Oct. 7

The 11th annual Horse Show to benefit Ever After Mustang Rescue of Biddeford will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 7 at Hollis Equestrian Park, Route 5, Hollis.  Classes for riders at all levels will be offered, both English and Western. More...

Another Chance Animal Rescue

This gentle, sweet 1-year-old girl will simply melt your heart. Karen is an old soul who is patiently waiting for the next chapter of her life to be fulfilled by an adoption into her forever family. More...

Exhibit opens Sept. 29 at Engine, will run through Nov. 4

“It Is Possible That” by Allen West opens 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29 at Engine in Biddeford, during the Biddeford and Saco Art Walk. The show runs through Nov. 4.  More...

UNE inaugurates president

The University of New England hosted the inauguration of James Herbert, Ph.D., the sixth president of the university on Saturday, Sept. 9 on the Biddeford campus. More...

Handyman program launched

Age Friendly Saco is launching its handyman program throughout Saco in an effort to help residents 55 and older better adapt to aging in their community. Saco & Biddeford Savings Institution donated $4,000 to help fund the program.  More...