This is a BIG weekend for us 🙂 Its our Anniversary and Fathers Day! How exciting!!! We are about to start year 12! time flies! Let’s Celebrate!!
STILL RUNNING THE LOBSTER SPECIAL!
(5) 1lbers $42
(5) 1 1/4 lbers. $51
(5)1 lbers. $48
(5) 1 1/4 lbers. $60
and if you don’t need 5 you can buy them like always priced out per pound.
PRICE PER POUND
1 1/4. 9.99lb
1 1/2 10.99 lb
1 1/4. 7.99lb
1 1/2 8.99lb
We also have hardshell jumbos 11.99lb (2-4lbs)
And while this weekend is a HUGE lobster weekend we will also have Steamers, Scallops, Fresh Haddock, FAS haddock, Salmon, Halibut, Tuna, Little Necks, Oysters, Lobster Meat, Crab Meat, Shrimp, Swordfish, Crab Legs and much much more!!
Great way to start the Glorious Fourth! The 42nd Annual New Gloucester Historical Society Strawberry Festival will be held on Thursday, June 29th from 6 PM- 8PM at the Congregational Church Vestry, 19 Gloucester Hill Rd. (just off Route 231), New Gloucester, ME. New Gloucester berries with homemade New Gloucester biscuits and New Gloucester’s own Hodgman’s Frozen Custard. World renowned Berry Berry Good Band. Baked goods table laden with goodies of many kinds. Come one, come all!
At The Purple House in North Yarmouth, chef/owner Krista Kern Desjarlais deals with a blizzard – and a nasty stomach bug. Keep reading
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New Gloucester Chef Krista Kern Desjarlais has opened her new restaurant , The Purple House in North Yarmouth. Read her account of opening day in the Portland Press Herald.
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Opening a restaurant requires resourcefulness, optimism and more money than you think. Two years later, Chef Krista Kern Desjarlais prepares to open The Purple House in North Yarmouth.
“You know what would be great in that spot!? A bakery … like a wood-fired bakery. With rustic pastries, nice coffee and bagels!!! I’ll just call the broker to schedule a look-see.” Keep reading
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Noah Fralich, owner of Norumbega Cidery, pops open his flagship beverage, Classic Hard Cider. You can sample his entire collection at a free hard cider tasting and barbecue at Norumbega Cidery, 380 Woodman Road, New Gloucester, from noon-5 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 13.
Free hard cider tasting and barbecue
Visit Norumbega Cidery, one of southern Maine’s newest hard cider businesses. See firsthand how hard cider is made, where it is bottled, and learn about the particular apple varieties used to make this traditional beverage.
The Norumbega Cidery will be open from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 13. Sample all of Norumbega hard ciders – classic, honey or berry – plus test and pick your favorite from this year’s special batches. Also, enjoy barbecue and lawn games while you sip. They’ll have bottles for sale to take home with you, too.
Hard cider played a strong part in the history and traditions of rural Maine and is making a comeback as an option for those interested in locally brewed and produced beverages. The Norumbega Cidery, located at 380 Woodman Road, New Gloucester, is operated by Noah Fralich. For more information, see www.norumbegacidery.com or Norumbega Cidery on Facebook.
For Patti Mikkelsen’s complete column in the Lakes Region Weekly, go to http://news.keepmecurrent.com/inside-new-gloucester-41/
We have been enjoying the perfect weather of the last few days! Have you? Love this time of year. Looks like it will be a good weekend- maybe some Thunderstorms again. We have some great specials to enjoy any kind of weather.
Lobsters starting at 5.89LB!!!
Still have the (4) for special going on too!
[1.0-1.24] one pounders. 5.89 lb
OR (4) for $26
[1.25-1.49] pound and quarter. 6.45 lb
OR (4) for $34
[1.50-1.89] pound and half. 6.95 lb
OR (4) for $42
Steamers Special !!!
4.20 LB for 5 LBs or more
ORGANIC SALMON 12.99 LB fillet.
with salmon steaks and whole salmon arriving friday
SCALLOPS 18.99 !!!
CRABMEAT 11.99 8oz
YELLOWFIN TUNA 12.99 LB (friday)
WILD SOCKEYE SALMON 13.99 LB (friday)
BLUE MARLIN 14.99 LB
SWORDFISH 15.99 LB
FROM OUR KITCHEN
(2) lobster rolls for $20
And of course our full menu is available everyday!
See you soon
Stephanie and Pam
Nicole, Jordan and Nick
Visitors of all ages will enjoy meeting the Shakers’ flock of more than 40 sheep, as well as learning from Brother Arnold Hadd the on-going history of farming at Shaker Village. Photo courtesy of United Society of Shakers
On Sunday, July 24, from noon until 4:30 p.m., Shaker Village will participate in the statewide “Maine Open Farm Day” – an afternoon of free special events for the whole family. More than 150 farms throughout the State of Maine join in this one day celebration of agriculture and farming. Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village is among the oldest farms in Maine still operated under the same management, since 1783. See Scottish highland cattle, a flock of more than 40 sheep, bees, barn cats, apple orchards, herb and vegetable gardens.
Featured activities of the day include guided tours of the 1830 barns by Brother Arnold Hadd, tractor-drawn wagon rides, honey bee display and hives, tours of the Shakers’ historic herb gardens, and traditional craft demonstrations: woodcarving, blacksmithing, yarn spinning, chair seat weaving, “Lamb to Loom” demonstration, rug hooking, tin-type photography demonstration and sale. Additionally, there is going to be a bake sale and a plant sale, plus barbecue lunch plates are available for purchase.
The Shaker Store and Shaker Museum Visitors’ Center are both open. Book signings by Chris Becksvoort– The Shaker Legacy, Mary Doyle -Unique Maine Farms, and Don Perkins- Barns of Maine are taking place. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see parts of Shaker Village that are not regularly open to the public. Bring your cameras.
The 41st annual New Gloucester Strawberry Festival will be held on Thursday, June 23, from 6-8 p.m., at the First Congregational Church Vestry, 19 Gloucester Hill Road, New Gloucester. Featured will be delicious strawberry shortcakes made with native berries, homemade biscuits and an area favorite – Hodgman’s Frozen Custard.
Live music will be provided by the Berry, Berry Good Band. There will be a baked goods table, sponsored by the members and friends of the New Gloucester Historical Society.
Maine Beer Company’s first annual “Do What’s Right” Fun Run will be held at Pineland Farms, 15 Farm View Drive, New Gloucester, on Saturday, May 14. Join the MBC crew for a 5k or 10k run taking runners through woodland trails and to the finish line, where they’ll be snacks and beer. Fire & Company will be offering wood-fired cuisine, and Maine Beer Company will be serving its craft brews.
The 10k starts at 10 a.m., and the race fee is $50. The 5k starts at 10:30 a.m., and the race fee is $40. Registration ends on Friday, May 13, at noon. Sign up at https://runsignup.com/races. If you have any questions about this race, contact the race director at email@example.com.
All registration fees will benefit the Royal River Conservation Trust, a community-based nonprofit that has conserved over 3300 acres of land, farms, and trails in the Royal River watershed and Casco Bay.