Maine music at the Rangeley Logging Festival July 29 & 30

RANGELEY – The Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum has gone all out this year and invited two fine groups from Maine to play on Friday and Saturday, July 29 and 30, at the 31st annual Logging Festival. Twelve-year-old Mason Strunk of Eustis Ridge will appear during the 7pm Friday Night Program of the Festival, July

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Maine music at the Rangeley Logging Festival July 29 & 30

‘Soil erosion’ is workshop topic

RANGELEY — The Sunday Nature Program at Orgonon on the Dodge Pond Road July 10 will be “Soil Erosion and Sediment Control” presented by Rosetta Thompson, Executive Director of the Franklin County Soil and Water Conservation District. read more

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‘Soil erosion’ is workshop topic

Rangeley Friends of the Arts

  Since 1968, the RFA has sponsored a Summer Concert Series including artists ranging from classical to country, Broadway to bluegrass.  In 1975, we expanded the program to include sponsoring performances by various artists for the youth of our community.  In 1985, this program was expanded to a full school series of several performances.  RFA works closely with the school administration arranging workshops and seminars by talented artists and performers.

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Rangeley Friends of the Arts

Frary to speak at DAR meeting

RANGELEY — The Colonial Daughters Chapter of the DAR will hold its fall meeting Tuesday, Sept. 28 at the home of member Jean Noyes, 770 South Shore Drive

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Frary to speak at DAR meeting