LIVERMORE FALLS – Come Friday afternoon, the downtown area will take on a look of years gone by and people will have a chance to step back in time.

The Livermore Falls Downtown Betterment Group’s annual History Night reflects upon the past and changes made through history.

There will be antique automobiles, traditional crafts, music, food and entertainment.

Displays of photos, news clippings, postcards and recollections of years past will be set up around town.

Events will be held from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., May 22, in the area of lower Main, Depot and Church streets.

A sign will be unveiled at 6 p.m. for the Geneva Hodgkins Memorial Park, formerly known as Union Park, at the park. Hodgkins adopted the park and restored its beauty before she died in 2008.

Livermore Falls and Jay historical societies will display exhibits of history.

Treat Memorial Library representatives will hold a plant sale at the Androscoggin Bank Building. All proceeds from the sale will benefit the library. The plants – a wide variety of perennials from astilbe to wormwood, will be priced from $2 and up.

Moose Creek Cloggers will give onlookers a treat with their footwork as they pound out musical rhythms with their clogs while musicians will showcase their talents.

Among those scheduled to perform are the Black Mountain Hobo Band with Helena Starr, Narrow Gauge String Band, and Randy and Travis Pinkham.


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