Unity Town News

By Sonia Antunes | Jul 06, 2014




Bill and I took a day off last week and went motorcycling around the state. It was almost too hot to bike, but if we didn’t stop moving, it was perfect. Thanks for the ride Bill!


The Cast Iron Grille in the Unity Plaza is now serving breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays starting at 7am, then Lunch and dinner at 11am till close. Normal hours are Tuesday – Thursday 11am – 8pm, Friday 11am – 9 pm Saturday 7am– 9pm and Sunday 7am – 4pm. Full bar service available and take out is always welcome. Check out their breakfast specials at www.unityme.org/castironbreakfastspecials.pdf.



Unity Comprehensive Plan Public Meeting to discuss Goals and Strategies

Thursday, July 10 at 6:30 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 the Comprehensive Plan Committee on Facebook www.facebook.com/unitymaine


Morning Yoga

Friday July 11

at Field of Dreams meet at the Gazebo Fridays 9 to 10:15 July & August (No class Aug 13th) Yoga basics for all levels. Peace for body, mind and soul... Beginners come check it out! By donation $5 to $10. For more info contact Dhyana Blanchard at 568-3183


Thorndike Congregational Church Public Supper

Friday, July 11 from  4:30 - 6pm

Baked Beans, Salads, Homemade Rolls and Pies. $7.00, and children under 12  $2.00, Rt. 139, Thorndike. Paula & Ermal Williamson, America’s Yodeling Sweetheart and “The Duke”-John Wayne, will be appearing also.  One show at 3:00 PM and another following the supper at 7:00 PM.

A full evening of fun and entertainment AND good food.


Hills to Sea Trail Walk

Saturday, July 12 from 10am - 12pm

Bring friends and family and learn about geocaching, a fun, family-friendly way to enjoy the outdoors.  Co-sponsored with Inland Hospital in partnership with Waldo County Trails Coalition. Meet at the trailhead across from Inland Family Care. Wear appropriate clothing and footwear. Sponsored and led by the members of the Waldo County Trials Coalition. For more info contact 877-5880 or visit www.waldotrails.org


The Maine International Film Festival (MIFF)

July 13 - 19

Engaging Film Critiques and Discussions will be the focus of a course. Participants will watch high quality films of every genre and from around the world, meet directors and participate in thought-providing discussions with other movie aficionados. Topics include cultivating a sense of wonder, exploring what it means to be human, and factors that form identity and sense of place. Participants will engage in broad-based inquiry into the disciplines that make up the humanities: literature, history, philosophy, and critical studies, all within the framework of film media. The course will be taught by Unity College Professor Pat Clark, who has been a regular at MIFF since its inception. www.miff.org


Unity Board of Selectmen Meeting

Tuesday July 15 at 6:30 at the Town Office. Read minutes of past meetings at www.unityme.org/gov/minutes/index.html


Celebrate Unity at the Unity Festival!

Saturday, July 19 from 11am - 4pm

Food and music, demonstrations and exhibits, fun and games for all ages at the Field of Dreams! Come celebrate Unity!

Just Outside Your World - (items of possible interest)

Ossipee Valley Fair @ South Hiram, Maine

Old-fashion fair, unique exhibit halls, lots of livestock, midway, drag racing, animal pull events. www.ossipeevalleyfair.com

Free Invasive Plant Identification and Introductory Invasive Plant Patrol

July 15 from 2 - 8pm


Offered by the Maine Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program (VLMP)  at the Town office in Liberty. Early detection of invasive plants that can choke our lakes means better swimming, boating and fishing for all of us. Learn more/register at vlmp@mainevlmp.org or call 783-7733. Participants should bring a "bag dinner"and expect a great hands-on experience. Host organization Citizens Association of Liberty Lakes will provide beverages.

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