April 14 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Curtis Hall, attached to Searsport First Congregational Church on Church Street is the fifth annual Searsport Historical Society Crop.

 

Registration fee is $40 which includes coffee/tea, lunch and dinner, plenty of table space, and 11 hours of crop time.

Proceeds to benefit the restoration of the new (old) barn at the Crary/Carlin/Coleman House, which is Searsport Historical Society’s headquarters and an important part of Searsport history.

We will have some great raffles.

To reserve space, email Jiffy Kelley-Young at scottjiffy@roadrunner.com or call Karen Kelley at 548-2947.