Unity Town News

By Sonia Antunes | Nov 24, 2013

 

IN MY WORLD

 

The library need your help folks! This year the town of Unity is requiring the Unity College Library to collect 78 signatures from Unity registered voters so they can request funding to support the public use of the library.  If you haven’t signed their petition yet, please do. The library is such a treasure for us and for our town.  There’s a petition form in the library and one also at Crosstrax. Thanks so much everyone! Happy Thanksgiving folks!

 

IN YOUR WORLD

 

Blood Drive

Wednesday, December 2 from 11am - 4pm

Unity College - Donation Types: Double Red Cells, Blood

 

19th Annual Empty Bowls Community Meal and Fundraiser

Tuesday December 3 from 5 - 7pm

At Unity Center for the Performing Arts. The Empty Bowls fundraiser will benefit the Volunteer Regional Food Pantry and Veggies For All, two programs that provide much needed food resources for families and seniors across Western Waldo County. Suggested donation: $10.

 

Unity Rams vs SMCC Seawolves - Men's & Women's Basketball

Tuesday, December 3 at 6pm

Tozier Gym, unity College. Women's - 6pm, Men's - 8pm. More Info - Chris Kein, 948-9283, ckein@unity.edu, http://athletics.unity.edu/landing/index

 

Volunteer Work Day at MOFGA

Tuesday, December 3 at 9am

MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center. Volunteers will work with Cheryl Wixson to prepare food for MOFGA events and organize the Common Kitchen. Lunch will be served. RSVP to MOFGA Volunteer Coordinator Anna Libby alibby@mofga.org.

 

UC Dining Services Special - Holiday feast

Wednesday, December 4 from 4:30 - 6pm

Wyman Commons, Unity College. More Info - Lorey Duprey 948-9229 or lduprey@unity.edu

 

MOVIE: Elemental

Wednesday, December 4 at 7pm

At Unity Center for the Performing Arts. Free. Elemental tells the story of three individuals united by their deep connection with nature and driven to confront some of the most pressing ecological challenges of our time.

 

MUSIC: Unity Live! Concert - Pete Kilpatrick

Wednesday, December 4, at 7:30pm

Student Center, Unity College. Join Student Activities for an intimate acoustic session with Pete Kilpatrick who has been writing and performing award-winning music for over a decaden www.petekilpatrickband.com Free coffee, tea, hot chocolate and desserts starting at 8pm (while they last).

 

Holiday Tree Raffle

Take a chance! Ten lucky winners and their guest will gather at Reed Farm in Unity to select and cut their special holiday tree on December 14.  Hot cocoa and treat will follow. Tickets $5 or 3 for $10.   Drawing to be held December 6. Proceeds benefit the Sebasticook Regional Land Trust. Visit www.sebasticookrlt.org to learn more about their great work. Contact Jennifer Irving at 948-3766 or jennifer@sebasticookrlt.org

 

Kitchen Licensing Workshop

Wednesday, December 4

MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center, Unity. For those interested in processing food at home for resale, licensing requirements, food safety, and liability insurance will be covered by panel members,. Registration Fees (includes lunch) $35 for MOFGA members and $40 for non-members

Please note this course is very popular and fills quickly.Complete details at www.mofgastore.org/product.sc?productId=70&categoryId=5 or call 568-4142



JUST OUTSIDE YOUR WORLD - (items of possible interest)

 

BDN Maine Food and Gift Fair Saturday, November 30 from 11am to 6pm Portland Company Complex, 58 Fore St. Enjoy Small Business tasting local food and shopping for alpaca and other Maine products. Visit BDN Maine Food and Gift Fair for more information. http://bdnmainefoodandgift.com

 

Rabies Clinic - Lincolnville Fire Station

December 7 from 9 - 11am

General rules for all rabies clinics. Dogs must be on a leash and under control at all times. Cats must be in a carrier. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets. Free to all Waldo County residents. Out of County -there will be a $8.00 per animal charge.

 

12-step service for AA members, their friends and family

Sunday, December 1 at 8am and 10:15am

The holidays are a particularly difficult time for some folks and this may be a real comfort. Sometimes the response to this is quite profound.  Members of St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church invite the community to join them at a special 12-step ecumenical worship service. All are welcome, especially members of AA, Al-Anon, NA, their families and friends. The church is located at the corner of Court and Elm streets in Belfast. For more info contact St. Margaret’s, 338-2412 or visit www.stmargaretsbelfast.org.

 

 

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