Free dental care on Nov. 8

LIVERMORE FALLS/AUBURN — More than 30 dentists around Maine will volunteer their time this Friday, Nov. 8, to provide teeth cleanings, fillings and extractions to people who cannot afford regular dental care and are not covered by dental insurance.

The program, Dentists Who Care for ME, offers one oral care service or a referral to an endodondist or oral surgeon.

People wishing to receive treatment are encouraged to arrive early at the participating dental offices to secure an appointment, as slots fill quickly. Appointments will not be taken prior to Nov. 8.

Local participating dentists will be Advanced Dentistry, 220 Main St., Auburn, and Kay Advanced Dental Concepts, 32 Main St., Livermore Falls.

Wind Over Wings at Audubon meeting

FARMINGTON — The Western Maine Audubon Society monthly program, “An Evening With Wind Over Wings,” will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13, in C23, Roberts, University of Maine, Farmington.

Wind Over Wings is an environmental organization that rescues injured birds that are no longer able to survive in the wild.

At the Western Maine Audubon program, Wind Over Wings will present four special birds: Maine’s largest owl, the Great Horned; a screech owl; the common raven, a bird considered the most intelligent of birds; and the king of all birds, the golden eagle. Experience the wonder of being a few feet away from these animals.

This program is free and open to all.


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