Families

NURSING IN THE PAST AT THE FALMOUTH HERITAGE MUSEUM

NURSING IN THE PAST AT THE FALMOUTH HERITAGE MUSEUM

 

  Are you interested in Nursing and what it was like in the days gone by? During July the Falmouth Heritage Museum will have a display of nursing memorabilia including clothing, invalid feeders, bed pans and many other items used by the nurses of old. Do you know what it was like to ‘attend’ a mail order school of nursing?   And identify the month's WHAT IS IT? One winner will be drawn from all the correct answers and receive a Family Membership to the Falmouth Historical Society.

WinterKids appoints new Executive Director

WinterKids, the non-profit organization that helps children develop healthy lifelong habits through fun, outdoor winter activity, today announced the appointment of its new executive director, Julie D. Mulkern. Mulkern, who served as WinterKids' development director since September 2008, brings 12 years of professional non-profit experience to the organization, including resource development, program development, and staff and volunteer management in the public health sector.

"We are very pleased to welcome Julie to the executive director post," said Anna Fincke, president of the WinterKids board of directors. "Her creative vision, compassion and experience will shape and expand WinterKids in exciting ways, and guide our efforts to get more kids outside and active in winter.

Grange Craft Fair and Yard Sale July 16

On Saturday July 16 Sabbathday Lake Grange in New Gloucester will be holding an indoor yard sale & craft from 8am to 2pm.  We are looking for anyone interested in renting a table at these sales.  The cost is $10.00 for a six foot table.  Our hall is located at 370 Sabbathday Road and is handicap accessible  If interested please e-mail Steven at Granger04071@aol.com or call Norma at 998-2586 by July 14.

2011 Opening of the Falmouth Heritage Museum this Saturday, June 11, from 10 am to 3 pm

2011 Opening of the Falmouth Heritage Museum this Saturday, June 11, from 10 am to 3 pm

 

FREE REFRESHMENTS AND TOURS OF THE MUSEUM - WIN A FAMILY MEMBERSHIP TO THE FALMOUTH HISTORICAL SOCIETY

A DAY OF FUN AND LEARNING FOR CHILDREN, PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS

This saturday, June 11, the Falmouth Historical Society will be opening its museum at 60 Woods Road in Falmouth for the 2011 season. The opening program is focused on Sustainable Living (reducing our use of the earth’s natural resources) and will include a fun filled and learning experience day of sheep shearing, Alpaca petting, wool spinning, herb gardening and special displays of 1800’s cooking utensils, period glassware and Baker’s Chocolate memorabilia. Baked goods and herb plants will also be for sale. Visit the gift shop for history books, cook books, maps, coverlets and other Falmouth items.

Public Supper - Gray

The American Legion located at 15 Lewiston Road in Gray, Maine will be holding a public supper on Saturday, June 4, 2011 from 5:00pm to 6:00pm.  Beans, chop suey, cole slaw, hot dogs, breads and desserts will be available.  Adults, $7.00, children under 12, $2.50 and children under 5 are free.  This public supper will benefit veterans and their families.  For more information, call Nancy True at 657-2661 or the Legion at 657-4884.

WIN A FREE YEAR'S FAMILY MEMBERSHIP TO THE FALMOUTH HISTORICAL SOCIETY

WIN A FREE YEAR'S FAMILY MEMBERSHIP TO THE FALMOUTH HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Come to the Museum and correctly identify that month’s object. One winner will be drawn each month from the correct entries In June, July And August.

The Museum is located at 60 Woods Road in Falmouth, down the road from the Falmouth police Department. It is open Saturdays from 10 AM to 3 PM except for holiday weekends.

On June 11th, the Falmouth Historical Society will be opening its museum for the 2011 season with free refreshments and tours. The opening program is focused on reducing our use of the earth’s natural resources and includes a fun filled and learning experience day for children, parents and grandparents of sheep shearing, Alpaca petting, wool spinning, herb gardening and special displays of 1800’s cooking utensils and Baker’s Chocolate memorabilia. Baked goods and herb plants will also be for sale.

MEMORIAL DAY PARADE/CEREMONY - Windham

Windham's annual remembrance of those that gave the ultimate sacrifce to protect our freedoms will begin with the annual parade at 9:00a.m.

At a fly-over at 10:00, there will be a ceremony at the High School.