Author Archives: Caitlyn Davison

Cabin Fever Book and Bake Sale at New Gloucester Public Library

The New Gloucester Public Library will hold its annual Cabin Fever Book and Bake Sale from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 9. Blizzard date is Feb. 16.

In addition to a large assortment of adult and children’s books, this sale includes puzzles and games.

There will be two different raffles, tickets $1 each, 6 for 5$ and you do not have to be present to win. Drawings will be after the sale. Home-baked goodies will be for sale as well.

 

Quilt Raffle for New Gloucester Public Library

The New Gloucester Public Library is currently having a quilt raffle.   The quilter, Brenda Cookson, is the grandmother of a couple of our young library patrons.  That may be why the colors are so bright.  (Good bright colors for a dull February).

The tickets (on sale at the library) are now on sale at the library and will continue to be sold until our Cabin Fever Book and Bake Sale, February 9 (or February 16 if we have a blizzard).  The tickets are selling  $1 for one or six for $5.  The quilt is about the size of a large twin.

Holiday PJ Story Time at New Gloucester Public Library

Holiday PJ Story Time

December 4 (Tuesday)

6:30 pm to apx 7:30 pm

@ the New Gloucester Public Library

Light refreshments will be served

Flyer – Holiday PJ Storytime

Event Roundup – Week of 11/5

Here are events happening in New Gloucester this week. Check our events calendar for more details: http://ngxchange.org/events/. Don’t forget to vote!

Monday, Nov. 5

  • Water District Monthly Meeting (5pm)
  • Parks & Recreation Committee Monthly Meeting (5:30pm)
  • New Gloucester Board of Selectmen Meeting (7pm)

Tuesday, Nov. 6

  • Election Day at the Fire Station (6am-8pm)
  • Butter Making at Pineland Farms (10am)
  • Girl Scout Signup Night at Memorial School (6pm)
  • Planning Board Monthly Meeting (7pm)
  • Adult Rec Volleyball at Memorial School (7:30pm)

Wednesday, Nov. 7

  • Veteran’s Adaptive Sports & Training (VAST) Weekly Programming (9am-12pm)
  • Blockhouse Stitchers (9:30am)
  • School Board Meeting (6:30pm)
  • Royal River Riders Snowmobile Club Monthly Meeting (7pm)

Thursday, Nov. 8

  • Boys Scouts Troop 135 Meeting (6pm)
  • Dunn School Patriot Parent Meeting (6pm)
  • New Gloucester Comprehensive Plan Update Committee Monthly Meeting (6:30pm)
  • Adult Rec Volleyball at Memorial School (7:30pm)

Friday, Nov. 9

  • Friday on the Farm at Pineland Farms (10am)
  • Story Time at New Gloucester Public Library (10am)
  • Movie Night Hosted by Dunn School Patriot Parents (6pm)

Saturday, Nov. 10

  • Food Pantry Distribution (8am)

Sunday, Nov. 11

  • Championship and Finals for New Gloucester Recreational Mens’ Flag Football League (9am)

Event Roundup – Week of 10/29

Looking for something to do that’s close to home? Here are events happening in New Gloucester this week. Check our events calendar for more details: http://ngxchange.org/events/.

Tuesday, Oct. 30

  • Handicrafts at the library (7-8pm)
  • Public Hearing and Planning Board Meeting (7pm)
  • Adult Rec Volleyball at Memorial School (7:30pm)

Wednesday, Oct. 31

  • VAST weekly programming (9am-12pm)
  • Blockhouse Stitchers (9:30am)
  • Pumpkin Carving at Pineland (10-11:30am)
  • Trick or Treat in the Lower Village (4:30-8pm)

Thursday, Nov. 1

  • Adult Book Club at New Gloucster Public Library (10am)
  • GNG High School Fall Sports Banquet (6-7:30pm)
  • Boy Scouts Troop 135 Meeting (6pm)
  • New Gloucester Public Safety Committee Meeting (7pm) cancelled
  • Adult Rec Volleyball at Memorial School (7:30pm)

Friday, Nov. 2

  • Story Time at New Gloucester Public Library (10am)
  • Friday on the Farm at Pineland (10am)

Saturday, Nov. 3

  • Holiday Craft Fair at Memorial School (9am-2:30pm)
  • History Barn Open House (9am-12pm)
  • Fall Cider Tasting at Norumbega Cidery (2-6pm)
  • Wine Tasting at Village Store (5:30pm)
  • Seagrass at Village Coffeehouse (7:30-9pm)
  • Ragged Jack at New Gloucester Eagles (7:30-11:30pm)

Sunday, Nov. 4

  • Mens’ Flag Football Semifinals at New Gloucester Fairgrounds (9-11am)

Multiple Dates

  • Patriot Soccer Club at New Gloucester Fairgrounds (Mon-Fri, 4-8pm)
  • Open House at Country Craft Shop (Fri-Sun)
  • Lizziesraggs Farmhouse Primitives Christmas Open House (Fri-Sun)

Day One Open House on Oct. 23

Day One’s new residence at New Gloucester OPEN HOUSE is today, October 23 from 3 – 6 p.m. with Welcoming Remarks at 4 p.m.

Check out the newly opened residence in New Gloucester. Come learn more about Day One’s work to improve the health of Maine by providing substance use, mental health, and wellness services to youth and their families.

Event Roundup – Week of 10/22

There is a lot happening this week in New Gloucester! See the list of events below, and visit our calendar for more info: http://ngxchange.org/events/.

Tuesday, 10/23

  • Pumpkin Carving at Pineland (10-11:30am)
  • Dunn School Red Cross Blood Drive (2pm-7pm)
  • New Gloucester Democratic Committee Meeting (7pm)
  • Lions Club Meeting at First Congregational Church of Gray (7pm)
  • Adult Rec Volleyball at Memorial School (7:30-9pm)

Wednesday, 10/24

  • Veteran’s Adaptive Sports & Training (VAST) Weekly Programming (9am-12pm)
  • Land Management Planning Committee (5:30-7pm)
  • 3/4 Book Club at New Gloucester Public Library (6:30-8pm)

Thursday, 10/25

  • Adult Rec Volleyball at Memorial School (7:30-9pm)

Friday, 10/26

  • Story Time at New Gloucester Public Library (10-11:30am)
  • Friday on the Farm at Pineland (10-11:30am)

Saturday, 10/27

  • Annual Hunter’s Breakfast Hosted by New Gloucester Fire & Rescue (5:30-9:30am)
  • Food Pantry Distribution (8-9:30am)
  • Library Craft Supply Sale (9am-12pm)
  • Rollerski Cross Country Cross Agility Sprint Festival (10am-1pm)
  • Halloween Party at Pineland YMCA (5:30-7:30pm)
  • 5th Annual Haunted Woods Walk at Pineland Farms (6-7pm)

Sunday, 10/28

  • Disc Golf Tag Challenge at Pineland (5pm)
  • Kids Trunk or Treat and Kids Halloween Party (6-7:30)
  • 5th Annual Haunted Woods Walk at Pineland Farms (6-7pm)

Multiple Dates

  • Corn Maze at Pineland Farms (Daily from 10am-3:30pm)
  • Patriot Soccer Club at the Fairgrounds (Mon-Thurs from 4-8pm)

Farm to Beer Dinner Hosted by Gray New Gloucester Development Corporation

Gray New Gloucester Development Corporation is hosting a Farm to Beer Dinner Oct. 20, 2018, from 5 PM – 9 PM, at Coolidge Family Farm featuring MANE Catering and Event Services and Battery Steele BrewingNicholas Orgo of MANE Catering is back to deliver a knock-out fall menu with Jacob and Shane from Battery Steele Brewing. Tickets are $70.

All proceeds from the event will help the Gray New Gloucester Development Corporation – GNGDC, a local non-profit, continue their work within the GNG business community with efforts such as their Grow GNG Challenge, The Grow GNG Challenge is a shark tank like event that awards the winning startup with a $10,000 forgivable loan and many other in-kind services such as a year of free phone and internet.

More info and discussion: https://www.facebook.com/events/345859659308591/.

New Gloucester Library Hosts Craft Supply Sale on Oct. 27

The New Gloucester Public Library will hold a craft supply sale on Saturday, October 27 from 9am-12pm. Come buy some craft supplies. Yes supplies, not completed projects. Want to do relief? Come buy just the navy blue crayons. Want to put hair on a doll you just made? Come buy a partial skein of yarn. FMI call 926-4840.

More info and discussion: https://www.facebook.com/events/163365894601115/.

Craft Supply Sale Flyer 2018

July 12 Presentation at Comprehensive Plan Committee Meeting

July 12 @6:30 pm. The New Gloucester Comprehensive Plan Update Committee has invited Jane Lafleur of JB Lafleur Consultants to attend its meeting on July 12 at 6:30 p.m. Jane will share information about the Orton Family Foundation’s Community Heart & Soul model, including an opportunity for the town to take advantage of  free technical assistance for outreach and engagement using the Heart & Soul model.

By actively seeking the collective wisdom of all residents, including those whose voices are often missing, Community Heart & Soul brings people together to build stronger, healthier, and more economically vibrant communities. This resident-driven model helps build trust while taking into account the unique character of a town and the deep emotional connection of the people who live there—a town’s “Heart & Soul.” These collective insights into what truly matters most guide a community in making the best decisions about its future. More information can be found on the foundation’s website at http://orton.org/.

Jane will also share information about other services she can offer to the town (for a fee) related to comprehensive planning.

Members of the public are encouraged to attend the committee meeting, which will include time for discussion.

2018-7-12 CPUC Agenda