Maine College Challenge classes
FARMINGTON — The Finance Authority of Maine's Maine College Access Challenge Grant program will provide weekly classes to help adults prepare to enter or re-enter college. Understanding that distance is a real issue in accessing higher education in rural communities, this month four College Ready sites are being established throughout Franklin County and beyond. These classes will assist community members with career and college advising, academic preparation, financial aid opportunities and enrollment in college classes.
Classes will begin Wednesday, Oct. 10, at Turner Adult Ed and Jay Adult Ed and Tuesday, Oct. 16, at Farmington Adult Ed and at Mt. Abram High School.
For more information contact Joanne Chapman at 864-3765, Kirsten Burbank at 678-2455, Gary Perlson at 557-5981 or Franklin County Adult Education at 778-3460.
Grange food, rummage sale
JAY — A food and rummage sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, at the North Jay Grange No. 10, corner of routes 4 and 17, North Jay.
There will be lots of clothing, household goods, books, puzzles, shoes, toys, etc. For information call 645-4628 or 645-2910.
Comedy Revue planned for Oct. 27
LIVERMORE FALLS — Maine's Paper and Heritage Museum will present the return of "Comedy Revue" at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, at Murray Hall, 69 Main St., featuring “Marco & His Italian Aunts,” “Father Guido” and “Temple Rocks.”
Admission is $15. Tickets are on sale at the museum, the Apple Pumpkin Festival on Oct. 13, at the Otis Credit Union or by contacting 592-1807.
Community breakfast Oct. 17
RANGELEY — The next Ladies/Community Breakfast with everyone invited to attend will be held from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 17, at Farm House Inn, Route 4 South, Main Street.
Anyone with special dietary needs is invited to call in advance. For more information call 864-5805.