March 1, 2018 RSS feed / Community News

Saco Masons challenge children to read

The third annual Bikes for Books program, now underway, teams up Saco Masonic Lodge with the Saco school system to develop a lifelong interest in reading for its second, third, fourth and fifth graders.  More...

Saco Bay Artists to hold meeting and host guest artist

Saco Bay Artists will hold its monthly meeting featuring Sue Davis at noon Monday, March 12 in Room 203 on the second floor at Saco Parks and Recreation, 75 Franklin St., Saco. Davis will demonstrate decoupage.  More...

Museum seeks film preservation assistance

Among the 70,000 artifacts preserved at the Brick Store Museum in downtown Kennebunk are 50 Super 8mm and 16 mm film reels, holding nearly 12,000 feet of film. More...

Wells Reserve at Laudholm to host migratory bird expert

York County Audubon Program will present the program Of Mallards and Men: The Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 27 at Wells Reserve.  More...

School department to host second Biddeford Rising

As a continued effort to better connect with the new Mainers in Biddeford, the Biddeford School Department will host a second Biddeford Rising gathering 5 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 7 at Biddeford Middle School, 25 Tiger Way, Biddeford. More...

Biddeford businessman to build heroes wall

Derek Volk, the president of Volk Packaging Corporation, is committing the resources and space necessary to build the Volk Packaging Heroes Wall. More...

First Parish to screen award-winning ‘Switch’

The award-winning documentary, “Switch” will be presented at the First Parish United Universalist Church in Kennebunk on Friday, March 2. The film will be shown at 6:45 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. More...

Atria Kennebunk plans March events

Atria Kennebunk recently announced its upcoming schedule of events for March:   Sunday Concert Series  • March 4 at 2 p.m.- Linne Perry performs as Soul Gal. More...