In honor of those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Virginia and Ed Reardon, owners of Sweet Season Farm on Route 220 in Washington, placed 2,996 four-inch by six-inch American flags on the lawn next to their business.

The flags represent the number killed during the four separate attacks on that day.

The following are Midcoast events to remember 9/11:

Rockland Elks to hold 9/11 remembrance ceremony

Port Clyde church to hold 9/11 remembrance service on docks

Waldoboro Fire Department to hold 9/11 moment of remembrance

St. Thomas’ to toll bells in 9/11 remembrance

Special 9/11 remembrance service at First Congregational Church

Lincolnville church hosts service of hope, love in honor of 9/11

Remembering 9/11 at the Finnish Church

Owl’s Head Baptist Church: Rally Day and September 11 Remembrance at OHBC

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church: Interfaith Community Service Remembering September 11th

Service of remembrance at People’s United Methodist Church in South Thomaston

Music in the Park For Sept. 11

Tolle video series begins Sept. 11

This week’s VillageSoup news stories on 9/11:

Reflections on Sept. 11 — How has your life changed?

Growing up in the global war

Waldoboro Methodist church to observe 9/11 with special music, reflection