NORTH TURNER – On Sunday, Feb. 26, anyone with cabin fever can relieve that “nothing-to-do feeling” for a while and give the family a look back at the good old days. North Turner Presbyterian Church will be holding an Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social at 2 p.m. at the church on Route 219.

Those attending can watch the ice cream being made, then choose their flavors and toppings. Good will donations will be accepted.

And on Friday, March 31, the church will celebrate what only Mainers can celebrate – a fifth season – at the annual Mud Supper. The public supper will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. at the GAR Hall on Route 219. Everything at the supper will be, you guessed it, brown. The cooks in North Turner are known for turning out some really tasty dishes, but this particular supper brings out the creativity in all of them.

This particular event has never been public, but a way for the congregation to get together. Since it has proved to be such fun for the church community, they have decided to share it.

Free will donations will be taken. For more information, call 224-7913 or 225-2020.

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