FARMINGTON – Dick Gould will give a short talk at the Farmington Ski Club’s annual meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, June 13, at the Titcomb Mountain Lodge. He will discuss the history of the high school ski teams. All are welcome.

Gould was the major force in having the Farmington high school recognized as a four-event team, and therefore competitive in regional events. The team already participated in alpine slalom and giant slalom events, but lacked the jumping and cross-country teams. Not only that, but Titcomb Mountain lacked a jump and cross-country course.

Through work and volunteers, Gould built these and started the legacy of the success of the area teams. For more information, call Club Historian Megan Roberts at 778-2964 or Club President Peter Judkins at 778-0934.

Yoga classes

AVON – The Opportunity Center on Avon Valley Road continues to offer yoga classes. The next session is scheduled to start Tuesday, July 12. Classes are offered at 5 p.m. Tuesdays and at 9 a.m. Saturdays. The beginner/continuing beginner level classes fill up quickly, so call Ginni soon at 639-2713 to register.

Garden workshops

FARMINGTON – The University of Maine Cooperative Extension with the Healthy Community Coalition will sponsor a series of vegetable gardening workshops at Franklin Memorial Hospital. The classes are free and open to the public.

All classes will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Chisholm Room. The workshop dates and topics are as follows: June 15, “Pest Management and Mulching”; July 13, “Getting More from Your Garden: Succession Planting”; Aug. 10, “A Better Garden Using Cover Crops”; Aug. 24, “Home Composting”; and Sept. 14, “Planting Garlic.”

For more information, contact Dave Fuller at 778-4650 or 1-800-287-1478.

Office closed

LIVERMORE FALLS – The Livermore Falls Town Office will be closed Friday and Monday, June 17 and 20, for a training session.

Book sale

NEW SHARON – The Jim Ditzler Memorial Library will hold a book sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 18. Paperback books will be $2 a bag and hardcover books, $4 a bag. Proceeds will benefit the library.

Farewell

AVON – Members and friends of the Phillips Shared Ministry are invited to attend a cookout to be held at 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 17, at the home of Paul and Barb Gardiner, 13 Rangeley Road.

The cookout is being held as a farewell to Pastor Norman Boulay, who has been called to serve the Naples Methodist Church effective July 1. For more information, call 684-3394.

Society meeting

PHILLIPS – The Phillips Historical Society will hold its annual meeting on Saturday, June 18, at the Phillips Community House. There will be a potluck supper at 5:30 p.m. preceding the meeting to be held at 6:30.

There will be a presentation by the Museum Research Association. All are welcome.

Kids’ program

NEW SHARON – The New Sharon Jim Ditzler Memorial Library summer reading program, “Dragons, Dreams and Daring Deeds,” will begin at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 30. It will run for an hour and include stories, crafts and snacks. The program will end on July 21 and each child will be able to choose a new book.

The Summer Reading Incentive will run from June 25 to Aug. 20. The program is open to children from preschool to sixth grade. Children who read 12 age-appropriate books during the summer will receive a certificate for a free kids cone.

Children who participate in either reading program will receive a free ticket to the “Ride the Rails to Reading” celebration to be held Aug. 19 at the Boothbay Railway Village.

All children are welcome.

Bible school

JAY – Bean’s Corner Baptist Church will hold its annual vacation Bible school June 20 to 24 at the church.

Based on the theme, “Kingdom of the Son,” the five-day school is for children kindergarten through grade six. Sessions each day wil run from 9 a.m. to noon, with a closing program at 7 p.m. Friday, June 24.

“Kingdom of the Sun” is based on a safari theme with songs, skits, creative crafts, games, Bible stories and snacks.

Registrations are being taken by calling the church at 645-2925.

MEOC workshop

WILTON – Adults who are considering college are invited to participate in a free college-planning workshop sponsored by the Maine Educational Opportunity Center. The workshop will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, June 16, at Wilton CareerCenter, 865 US Rt. 2.

MEOC helps adult students to overcome class, social, academic and cultural barriers to higher education. MEOC services include assistance in choosing a college, tutoring, personal and financial counseling, career counseling, assistance in applying to college, workplace and college visits, and assistance in applying for financial aid.

All MEOC Services are free. Call 1-800-281-3703 to register.


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