Coming this Friday and Saturday, July 11-12 is the Le Festival de la Bastille at the Calumet Club in Augusta. Live music, fun and fireworks are on the agenda for the two days, but why do the French celebrate Bastille Day? calumetclub.com
Well, the Augusta Food Bank has a need for canned tuna fish. The Augusta Food Bank serves families in Augusta and Manchester. The need grows every month. But the thing is, it is so easy to help. Pick up a extra can or two (or ten!) and drop it off sometime soon. Heck, you bring it to me at the radio station and I will get it to the AFB! While you are at it maybe a jar of peanut butter too. They can always use that!
Well, into each life a little rain must fall. And it looks like that will happen on the 4th of July. So some of the fireworks have been cancelled or postponed. Check out the list as of the afternoon of July 3rd. I know Augusta and Winslow have some BIG changes!
We are only a few days away from Independence Day. Happy Birthday, America! There will be plenty of festivals, parades and celebrations all throughout Maine and many fireworks displays as well. Here's a quick guide of fireworks displays in central Maine in and around Augusta:
Looking for a job? You might find just what you need today (June 25) at the Waterville Public Library Job Fair. They will have 14 registered employers with job opportunities on-site from 3pm to 5pm. Job seekers should come dressed professionally with business cards or copies of their resume. It is free and open to the public.
Saturday (6/21) is the first day of summer! In Grey, farmers and food vendors will help open the Maine Wildlife Park to the public for free, from 4pm to 8pm, to celebrate the summer season. During the Summer Solstice Farmers Market event people will als
B98.5 and Maine Education Credit Union presented our Teacher of the Year award on Tuesday, June 10th. Each month through the school year we choose a teacher of the month and award them with a Trophy and restaurant certificate. All teachers nominated are in the running for teacher of the year.
The Lisbon High School organization, 'Students Against Destructive Decisions,' has made a very emotional video called, 'One Decision,' to raise awareness about drinking and driving. It's a must see and a must share.
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