Events for April 4, 2020
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Woodlawn Museum/The Black House (Ellsworth, ME) seeks a seasonal Guest Attendant. The position is available part time, requires weekend hours and is May through October with additional hours as needed throughout the year. Prior retail experience is helpful. Training will be provided. Responsibilities include collecting admissions, gift shop sales, daily cleaning of the house, restocking […]Find out more »
The grounds at Birdsacre in Ellsworth ARE open to the public! However, since the museum buildings are closed, there are no bathroom facilities. Board President, Grayson Richmond, says, "We remind everyone to use "library voices" around the bird enclosures, while maintaining a friendly 6 feet from each other." Birdsacre is located at 289 High Street […]Find out more »
Here's something fun to do with your family - take a walk at Woodlawn! The grounds of Woodlawn Museum in Ellsworth remain open! The Black House museum is currently undergoing its annual spring cleaning and maintenance, with Opening Day scheduled for May 1st. For more info, see the website at: woodlawn museum - dot -orgFind out more »
SPCA of Hancock County is looking for people to foster cats. They will cover the expenses like litter and food. You will not be able to meet the cat ahead of time due to visitation restrictions. Once approved to foster, someone from the shelter will transport the cat and supplies to your home. For more […]Find out more »
April 4th Dolly’s Coffeehouse canceled. Dolly Fisher Emergency Fund provides food, power, heat and clothing on Blue Hill Peninsula. To support, send checks to First Congregational Church and write DFEF in memo: Box 444, Blue Hill, ME 04614. Or go to the church website’s Giving page (In Honor DFEF) bluehillcongregational.org.Find out more »
UMaine Cooperative Extension is offering an afternoon of gardening inspiration on Sat April 4th from 12:30 to 4 pm at the Moore Community Center in Ellsworth. The session begins with a panel discussion on “Gardening in a Shifting Climate” and then an afternoon of gardening workshops with topics like Growing Raspberries, Vegetables, Creating Biodiversity Gardens, Organic Techniques, […]Find out more »