Unity Town News
IN MY WORLD
I had a wonderful day on Father’s Day, not with my poppa, unfortunately, because he lives in Florida, although I called him and we talked for a good long time. I went fishing with my bestie Laurel and her poppa Bill on the Kennebec. This is the fourth year in a row we’ve done this. It’s nice to have at least a pseudo dad on Father’s Day. Thanks Bill! We didn’t catch any stripers, but for the first time I saw a Sturgeon launch itself out of the water. Neat!
IN YOUR WORLD
Unity Comprehensive Plan Public Meeting to discuss Goals and Strategies
Thursday, June 19 at 6:00 pm
Koons Hall, Room 201 (upstairs) at Unity College. Observers welcome. Read the Minutes from Past Meetings. www.unityme.org/gov/minutes/index.html Follow us on Facebook
Sebasticook River paddle
Saturday, June 21 from 9am – 12pm
Mark the Summer Solstice with a from Benton to Winslow. Co-sponsored with Maine Rivers.
1st Annual Maine Alpaca Experience
Saturday, June 21
at Northern Solstice Alpaca Farm, LLC. Learn about alpacas and alpaca fiber, attend informational sessions, participate in fun activities, view alpacas for sale, shop at Fibers of Unity and more! For more information or to print an event flyer, Click Here. You can also call 948-3828 or email@example.com for additional info or to RSVP for the event.
Saturday, June 21
Presented by Northern Solstice Alpaca Farm, LLC and the Alpaca Center of New England. Learn the basics about alpacas, from history to husbandry. Our typical class will be divided into 4 sessions to be presented at the 1st Annual Maine Alpaca Experience. The typical fee of $40 per household is waived for this event. For more information call 948-3828 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Unity Historical Society
Tuesday June 24 at 7pm
UHS building on Depot St
Facebook for Business workshop
Wednesday, June 25 from 1-4pm
Just Outside Your World - (items of possible interest)
Maine Fare, Belfast
Friday - Saturday, June 20 - 21
A two-day festival of good food and food for thought. Hosted by Maine Farmland Trust and Penobscot East Resource Center. MOFGA will have a table at Maine Fare on Friday, June 20. www.maine-fare.org
County-wide Bottle Drive
Waldo County Firefighters Association is having a bottle drive between now and June 21st.
The proceeds will benefit the 2015 Firefighters Convention--the first ever to be held in Waldo County. Bottles can be dropped off at Waldo Avenue Redemption Center in Belfast, 10-4 Store and Redemption in Montville, or MT Bottles Redemption in Searsport. Please let these locations know that your bottles and cans are donations towards the Waldo County Firefighters Association.Some local Fire Departments will also be open to accept bottles. Please check with your local department before going. If you would like your bottles picked up for donation anytime,or have questions, please call Lisa or Bill Gillespie at 589-3663. Thank you in advance for your support.