DEAR SUN SPOTS: Your response to my recent inquiry regarding the new location of The Jasmine Cafe, which was in the TJ Maxx Plaza on Center Street in Auburn until recently, appeared in the column on Monday, May 16. I ventured out Wednesday, May 18,to the location indicated, only to find that this was their location years before moving to the TJ Maxx Plaza. I investigated further and did locate their current location. Readers, Jasmine Cafe is operating from its food truck and is known as Noodle Street Food Truck, 861 Auburn Road (Center Street), across from Northeastern Firearms in Turner. Hours are from noon-8 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Call 212-4683 to place orders for pickup or visit them to order in person. Som and her husband wanted readers to know that they accept cash only at the present time. She also stated that sushi will be available beginning in mid June. — No Name, Auburn.

ANSWER: Thank you for investigating this. As we reported in the May 16 column, the phone number listed on the Jasmine Cafe website was out of order, so we used what information we could find on Jasmine’s Facebook page. Asian fusion foodies will appreciate this correction.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: The 18th annual plant sale at First Universalist Church of Norway, slated for Saturday, June 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., will include a wide array of hardy Maine indoor and outdoor plants. The church is at 479 Main St. Plants will include an inviting variety of vegetable seedlings, herbs, choices of mature perennials and annuals for flower gardens, gardening books, and garden ornaments. The timing of the sale is perfect. The first week in June is just right for planting in Maine. Lyn Bell is the organizer of this year’s sale. Proceeds will benefit Save the Belfry and other programs of the church. The contact person is Pat Shearman, 207-743-0505. — Pat Shearman, Norway

ANSWER: Indeed, June is the time to plant, so gardeners take note!

DEAR SUN SPOTS: I have a collection of over 300 artist teddy bears (not toys) that I would like to donate to be put on display. These bears range in size from 1 inch to 24 inches and in price up to $500. I have contacted the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital, the Children’s Museum and the local library with no success of placement. I was wondering if your readers would have any ideas. — No Name

ANSWER: Readers with ideas, please write in and let us know.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: Please add my name to your list of residential house cleaners. I can provide references, I am trustworthy, detailed-oriented, focused and efficient. If you suffer from seasonal allergies, now’s the time to brighten up your home by getting rid of that pesky pollen! My contact number is (207) 577-7026. — Gabrielle Wilson

ANSWER: We will update our Rolodex!

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