Yard sale at Wilkins House

WATERFORD — The first indoor yard sale at the Wilkins House will be held from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 23, on Plummer Hill Road.

All proceeds from the sale benefit the Wilkins House and the church.

Historical Society to meet

FARMINGTON — Farmington Historical Society will hold a meeting and potluck supper at 6 p.m. Monday, April 25, at North Church on the corner of Court and High streets.

In the program that will follow, Clyde Dyer will share his memories of “Old Farmington.”

Members are asked to bring a letter or diary entry from an ancestor to read to the group.

Guests are always welcome.

Academy archivist talk in Hebron

HEBRON — David Stonebraker will speak to the Hebron Historical Society about the collection management, strategies and access procedures of the school’s Bell-Lipman archives.

The presentation will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, at the Town Office, 351 Paris Road.

The public is invited.

Wales cemetery association to meet

WALES — The annual spring meeting of the East Wales Cemetery Association is scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday, April 28, at the Wales Municipal Building on Centre Road.

Directors, a secretary and a treasurer will be elected for the year.

Anyone owning a lot or who has a family member buried in East Wales Cemetery is eligible for membership.

SeniorsPlus: What is Palliative Care?

WEST PARIS – SeniorsPlus has announced the April offering of its Long Distance Learning program, connecting community members in the West Paris area with live educational seminars being held at the Lewiston Education Center of SeniorsPlus.

The class, What is Palliative Care? will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, April 28, at the West Paris Library.

The instructor, Bruce Condit, MD, will give information on palliative care and teach how it can encourage living well from beginning to end.

The class is free and everyone is welcome, but registration is required.

FMI, register: 1-800-427-1241.

Maine Parent Federation workshop

RUMFORD — Maine Parent Federation is hosting a workshop from 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday, April 28, at 85 Lincoln Ave.

The workshop is specifically geared toward parents whose children receive special education services and who are approaching the transition age of 14, or who are of the transition age.

During this workshop participants will explore ways to prepare for their child’s future and learn how to involve their child in transition planning. They will learn about the individualized education program requirements for transition plans and begin the process of developing a plan for their son or daughter. The information covered can be used to better understand and advocate for the child during future planning.

Teachers are also invited to attend to learn about their resources and role.

Employment information from vocational rehabilitation and rural employment network services are available.

RSVP is requested by calling 207-229-2006 or emailing [email protected]

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