All meetings are at the town office, 493 Hope Road, unless otherwise noted.
The Lincolnville Sewer District has a meeting at 9 a.m. Monday, Jan. 27.
Also Monday the 27th the Selectmen meets at 6 p.m., meeting televised.
The Lakes & Ponds Committee meets Tuesday the 28th at 7 p.m.
The Planning Board meets Wednesday the 29th at 7 p.m., meeting televised.
Hope, Appleton and Lincolnville (HAL) wrestling for students in grades 5 through 8 begins this week. Coach Jack Kelly will hold practice at the LCS gym every afternoon, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. with meets on selected Saturdays.
Sixth-grade girls are raising worms, specifically Red Wriggler Worms that eat the bacteria that grows on decaying fruit. The girls have been collecting uneaten fruit and peels from middle school students and teachers left over from snack time. The fruit is weighed, cut up and put into worm bins kept in the science room. So far nearly 42 pounds of food that would have gone to waste has gone to feed the Red Wigglers, which then turn it into compost. If you’d be interested in some of these worms for composting at home contact science teacher, Mrs. Stevick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Five Towns Communities That Care
The Five Towns CTC is looking for volunteers to help promote healthy young people in our communities. Commitments can be as little as one hour per month. Contact Mariah Smith at 236-9800 for more information.
Spindlewood Parent-Child Program
Parents with 1- to 3-year-olds are invited to register for Spindlewood’s Parent-Child program, beginning Feb. 7 and running for 10 Friday mornings (except Feb. 16) from 9 to 11:30 a.m. The Morning Garden program at Spindlewood creates a space that allows time for playing imaginatively, working together, singing and story-telling, sharing a nourishing snack, and exploring the wonders of nature. For more information or to register, contact Susan Silverio at 763-4652 or spindlewoodmaine.com. Spindlewood is located at 105 Proctor Road, Lincolnville Center.
Library’s Sneak Peek
At Lincolnville Community Library’s first event last week, Henry Lunn presented a re-enactor’s story of Benedict Arnold’s March on Quebec, which was followed by an energetic, toe-tapping fiddle and mandolin playing duo – Velocipede. The house was packed, which in this case means just about 50 people, the building was warm, light, and inviting, and the flush was, well, flushing. Imagine what that represents in money raised, in engineering a difficult parcel of land, and all the work of many townspeople and tradesmen, most working for nothing -- it's amazing. And, by the way, at no cost to the town. The library will officially open the first week in February.