MINOT — The Minot Historical Society is compiling a community cookbook. The group is seeking submissions of favorite recipes, from every day to unique dishes. People may include where the recipe came from and/or a tidbit that they would like to share.
Submissions are needed by the first week of April. Send them to Minot Historical Society, c/o Nicole Hastings, 117 Harris Road, Minot, ME 04258, or email them to MinotHistoricalSociety@gmail.com.
Businesses that would like to advertise in the cookbook, should mail a copy of their business card with a suggested donation of $20. Checks may be made out to The Minot Historical Society. Write in the memo: MHS cookbook.
Kids’ vacation programs
LEWISTON — Museum L-A will present the following Vacation Innovation! kids programs on Feb. 22 and 23.
Inventions and Engineering, ages 8-13
Feb 22: Hydro-engineering. Discover ways to filter and test water for impurities
Feb 23: Build bridges, dams and cantilevers with household objects.
The cost is $10 for one session, $15 for two sessions.
Hands on activities, ages 5-7:
Feb 22: The Elves and the Shoemaker, a story with a creative project
Feb 23: All About Cotton: Where does it come from? How is made into cloth?
Cost: $6 for one session, $10 for two sessions.
Registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 20. Contact Joan at 333-3881 or firstname.lastname@example.org.