Events for October 24, 2020
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For four nights only, The Grand will present Terror Theater Act II. Patrons pick a specific time and arrive minutes before their private experience; no need to stand in line. Patrons enter with their party (up to eight tickets may be purchased at a time) and don’t come into contact with anyone else except the […]Find out more »
The Union Congregational Church of Hancock is holding a pie sale from 9 to noon on Saturday, Oct 24. Pre-orders are encouraged. The cost is $20 each or $25 for Pecan. Pick-up will be in the handicapped parking lot at 1368 Route 1, Hancock. Social distance and face coverings, please. To order, call Sue Croteau […]Find out more »
Sheriff Scott Kane tells us that on Saturday October 24, there will be a Drug Take Back Day in the parking lot of the Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce between 9 and 1 pm. You may drop off any unused or expired medications during this time and they will safely be dispose of for you. […]Find out more »
Join Teen Services Librarian Kendall Chapman on Saturday, Oct 24, at 2 pm on the Blue Hill Public Library’s website for an online edition of Crafternoons. Kendall will be demonstrating how to make pumpkins out of yarn. Craft kits will be available for pick-up at the library, or to have mailed to you, starting Monday, […]Find out more »
Due to COVID-19, Women for Healthy Rural Living’s annual Downeast Roots Festival will instead present a series of workshops in 2020. Scheduled for Saturday, Oct 24, from 2:30-4 pm will be a workshop on cider pressing at 24 School Street in Milbridge. Gather wild apples in your community to bring to this workshop. Individuals/families can […]Find out more »