Hoop skirts and full gigot sleeves met skinny pants and tunics on Saturday, Sept. 15 when the Lincoln County Historical Association held a fall fashion show at Water’s Edge resort facility in Edgecomb.
Boothbay Region Historical Society presents “History of the Boothbay Region in Five Objects,” a guided tour of the museum’s collection, on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 11 a.m. The Boothbay region was one of the first regions in Maine to be settled by Europeans and has a rich and exciting history.
A sell-out crowd of more than 120 gathered at Spruce Point Inn Sept. 13 for the Rotary’s 16th Hometown Heroes dinner. According to program co-chairman Daren Graves, it was the largest crowd ever to attend the event.
The Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District, whose mission is to provide assistance to the community in conservation of land and water resources, has openings on its five-member Board of Supervisors.
On Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m., Boothbay Railway Village presents an illustrated talk by adventurer Nick Buck recounting his experience traveling the Oregon Trail. In 2011, Nick, along with his brother, Rinker, and his faithful canine companion Olive Oyl set off from St.
Marine scientist Karina Nielsen will be at the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center in Walpole, on Monday, Sept. 24, to present a “brown-bag” seminar. Her talk, “Bringing an ocean perspective to an urban estuary,” starts at 12:15 p.m.
In a natural disaster, it may not be possible to get in touch with people who may be in harm’s way. If you or someone you know is unable to communicate with friends or family affected by Hurricane Florence, the Lincoln County Amateur Radio Team is here to help.