Grand opening of Cleopatra’s Tomb today!! Come check out our newest room!! Be the first to escape the tomb!! Please check us out at midcoastescaperooms.com or give us a call to make a reservation at 207-315-0772
The Lincoln Home welcomes Nurse Manager Bobbi Jo McFarland, RN to our family of caregivers. Bobbi Jo brings her many skills and caring and compassionate nature to her new leadership position at Harbor View Cottage, our Memory Loss Care home. Growing up in Boothbay, she graduated from Boothbay Region High School and after leaving the area for a few years, returned in 2003 to begin her nursing career. She received her CNA certificate in 2003.
Allen Financial of Camden advisors and wealth managers Abraham Dugal and Sarah Ruef-Lindquist, JD, CTFA, were the featured speakers for United Midcoast Charities at Allen’s offices in Camden in early February. They spoke about issues surrounding how to grow endowments through planned giving, when donors seek to provide long-term support through gifts that can be more complex than cash or marketable securities.
Need something fun to do over school vacation? We will be extending our hours next week to be open on Tuesday and Wednesday night’s for school vacation week. Please come check out the latest in live puzzle solving game on the Midcoast at 281 Main Street in Damariscotta. If you like to have fun, like a challenge, like to solve riddles and math equations, decipher clue and crack codes to escape before your hour is up. Please check us out on the web at midcoastescape.com or give us
Since 1975, Les Fossell has specialized in the restoration of 18th and 19th century buildings. Les will share the history of local Early Meeting Houses and other early buildings with us on Monday, February 11, from 3:00 - 4:00pm.
Sean Fleming will come to The Lincoln Home for a one-hour concert/sing-a-long featuring Love Songs, as we approach Valentine’s Day. Join us Friday, February 8, from 2:00-3:00pmto listen, sing and remember some highlights of your life through music.
The Wiscasset Public Library held its annual meeting January 27 in the library on High Street, and elected its board of trustees for 2019. Elected as President was Richard Vitz to replace Sally Gemmill, who is remaining on the board. Re-elected to continue as officers of the Board of Trustees were: Linda Bleile as Vice President, Tom Boudin as Treasurer and Sandra Crehore as Secretary. Also continuing on the board are Cindy Fischer, Kris Niederlitz, Cheryl Rust and Greg Uthoff.
The Y is a diverse organization of men, women and children joined together by a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social responsibility.
We welcome the public to join us on Monday, January 28, from 3:00-4:00pm to hear the tales of Val Lovelace’s adventures: "Coast to Coast and Back Again: Traveling the “Blue Roads" on Two Wheels.” Val, our One to One Care Director, will share images and experiences from her 2008 motorcycle adventure on two-lane highways in the United States and Canada.
Carolyn Hardman will give an illustrated talk about Joseph Hopkins, a Newcastle/Nobleboro merchant ship captain on Tuesday, January 15, from 3:00-4:00pm. The height of Maine’s wooden ship era took place in the mid 1800’s, when the US led the world in ocean trade and shipbuilding. Much of that shipbuilding and commerce was centered in Midcoast Maine. A collection of Captain Hopkins’ journals are on display at the Nobleboro Historical Society.
Newcastle Realty is sponsoring the cash prizes for the 2018-19 basketball half-time shoot out at Lincoln Academy. Friday night, Ruth Prior was the lucky raffle ticket winner, and chose LA alumnus, Nate Masters, to shoot the ball for her. Newcastle Realty is part of the Cheney Financial Group, which includes Cheney Insurance and Newcastle Vacation Rentals.
Vocalist, Julie Thompson and seven string guitarist, Neil Lamb will share their musical talents with us on Monday, January 7, from 3:00-4:00pm. Besides publishing songs, Julie is an internationally published author and narrator of several Children’s books. Throughout Maine and New England, Neil’s seven string guitar plays melodies that inspire and delight.