First Congregational Church Supper

First Congregational Church of Gray

Each month, the First Congregational Church on Rt. 115 in Gray hosts a community supper.  The meal includes Baked Beans, Casseroles, Salads, and Homemade Breads Beverages, & Desserts.  The suppers are on the 4th Saturday of each month,at 5 P.M. The cost is $8 for adults and $4 for children under 12 years old. The building is handicapped accessible, but if you need more information, call 657-4279 before the event, or 657-3279 the day of… Read more »

“Creating Community” in Gray

Town of Gray, ME

A Community Get-together for Gray Businesses The Gray Community and Economic Development Committee (CEDC) is conducting an open house for Gray business owners. The group hopes to better establish a connection with the business community, and invites Gray business owners to join the conversation, get to know other business owners, and share their thoughts, concerns, and ideas with the members of the Gray CEDC. Lonnie Leeman of the Christopher Aaron Counseling Center is hosting the… Read more »

New Gloucester Cabin Fever Book Sale

NG Library Book Sale

The Friends of the New Gloucester Library will host its 12th Annual Cabin Fever Book Sale at the library at 379 Intervale Road. The date is February 13th with a “blizzard date” of February 20th from 8 a.m. to noon. Among the offerings are; gently used books, puzzles, and games, along with a Valentine themed bake sale. Hardcover and paperback books will be offered at 50 and 25 cents respectively. Children’s hardcover books are 25… Read more »

Gray Recreation News

Gray Recreation Presents AudioBody

For the Kids It’s almost time for winter break, and the Gray recreation Department is once again offering February Winter Camp. There tones of fun activities – indoor and out, and field trips including Swimming at St. Joseph’s pool and a day at the movies as Smitty’s Cinema planned for the week. The fee is $52 per day and includes field trips/group activities and extended care. Registration deadline 9s February 11th. The Recreation Department is… Read more »

S.T.E.A.M. ing Ahead at Russell School in Gray


Gray Patriot Parents Working to Bring S.T.E.A.M. Resources to Russell Elementary School A proposal from by Tiffany Chandler & Julie Watt states,” As technology changes, traditional methods of teaching science and technology are rapidly changing as well. Textbooks, along with the occasional experiments are not sufficient. Students need a hands-on approach that allows them to engage in their subject. Learning through problem solving, creating, designing, and collaboration. This way of learning is essential to prepare… Read more »