Wilhelm Reich Museum receives grant from Sugarloaf Charitable Trust

RANGELEY – The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust is happy to announce it has received a grant from Sugarloaf Region Charitable Trust of $300 to help cover fuel costs to heat The Wilhelm Reich Museum’s Conference Center where programs take place that serve our youngest participants from Day Care Centers in the area free of charge.

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Wilhelm Reich Museum receives grant from Sugarloaf Charitable Trust

Community breakfast at Orgonon

RANGELEY — The Wilhelm Reich Museum will host a Community Breakfast at the museum conference center on Dodge Pond Road Wednesday, April 20, starting at 7 a.m. read more

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Community breakfast at Orgonon

BBC Presenters at Wilhelm Reich Museum

RANGELEY — Last month the Wilhelm Reich Museum played host to two members of the British Broadcasting Corporation who are preparing a 44- minute radio documentary on Wilhelm Reich. Producer Phil Tinline and Presenter Matthew Sweet were absorbed studying museum exhibits, listening to recordings by Reich, and talking with museum Director Mary Higgins. read more

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Thanks for making our activity area a success

The staff at the Wilhelm Reich Museum wishes to thank those involved with making the Hands-On Children’s Activity Area for Snodeo at the Rangeley Inn a huge success.

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Thanks for making our activity area a success