Location: Gray Public Library 5 Hancock Street, Gray, Maine 04039 Contact: Gray Public Library #ob#tenlyvo#at#tenl.yvo.zr.hf#ob# 207.657.4110 www.gray.lib.me.us Seeing a movie at your library used to mean squeezing around a small TV screen with scratchy sound to watch a well-worn VHS tape, but the Gray Public Library does things a little differently. Thanks to the vision of the Gray Public Library Trustees, the Gray Public Library Association, and the in-kind donations of AV Systems of Maine,… Read more »
Local Happenings Categorized: Food
Date: December 6th Time: 5:00 – 8:00 PM Place: Downtown Cole Camp Celebrate the holiday season & enjoy a magical evening at Cole Camp’s premier Christmas event! All shops will be open till 8:00…check out the specials! The decorated Christmas Wagon ride will be loading and unloading in front of Maple Street Bakery on South Maple St. Take pictures with Santa Claus from 6:00 to 7:30 in the building across from the bandstand, west of the four-way… Read more »
Date: December 7th Time: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM Place: Downtown Madison Celebrate Christmas Madison style, with this joy-filled Christmas Celebration. There is everything from cookie decorating to chowder cook-offs, and of course, Santa will be in attendance. The schedule is as follows: 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM: Pancake Breakfast served at Christ Community Fellowship (43 Maple Street). Cashe donations encouraged. 9:00 AM: Santa Dash 5k & Kids 1 Mile Fun Run (Main Street Playground) Registration 9… Read more »
Date: December 7th Time: 3:00 – 7:00 PM Place: Downtown Guntersville Our annual family Christmas event in Downtown Guntersville, AL. Featuring Santa and Mrs. Clause, carriage and buggy rides, ice skating rink, music, train ride, cookie decorating, vendor market, live Bethlehem, games, sales and more!
Date: December 6th – 7th Place: Downtown Farmington Chester Greenwood Day is the annual celebration of Farmington resident Chester Greenwood, the inventor of earmuffs. Greenwood was only fifteen when he designed the first pair of ear protectors out of wire, beaver fur, and cloth. At the age of nineteen, he acquired a U.S. patent. By age twenty-eight, the Chester Greenwood & Company factory was producing and shipping champion ear protectors worldwide. In 1936 the company had its… Read more »