Tie dyeing at LPL

LEWISTON — The fun of tie dyeing isn’t just for little kids. Teens and adults are welcome to join Lewiston Public Library staff at 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 19, as they add color and swirls to various items using rubber bands and dye. This event will be taking place in second-floor Makerspace room.

The class is free and open to teens and adults. Materials will be provided, so registration is required.

FMI, register:To register or for questions, call 513-3135 or email LPLReference@gmail.com.

Education center offering meals

LEWISTON — Promise Early Education Center, 269 Bates St., will participate in the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program. Meals are available at no separate charge to all enrolled children.


Home providers who are interested in serving nutritional meals and snacks to children may participate in CACFP by contacting 207-795-4040, ext. 327.

Lewiston Farmers Market open Sundays

LEWISTON — The Lewiston Farmers Market at Bates Mill is open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sundays through mid-October at the municipal parking lot on the corner of Lincoln and Main Street.

Market customers can purchase goods using cash, credit, debit, SNAP and WIC. Loyal customers will have the opportunity to receive a gift certificate after five visits to the market with the Market Rewards Program. Seniors 62 and older will receive a gift certificate to the market on the first Sunday of the month with the Seniors Day program.

FMI: lewistonfarmersmarket@gmail.com, 207-513-3848, facebook.com/lewistonfarmersmarket.

Food pantry seeks donations 

AUBURN — The High Street Congregational Church Food Pantry has ongoing needs for the following items: peanut butter, canned vegetables, soup, canned past, canned meats, canned fruit, dry cereal, baking items, soup, crackers and toilet paper.

Auburn United Methodist Church collects items for the pantry. Donations may be brought to 439 Park Ave.

FMI, donate: 207-782-3972. 

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