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Free Tai Chi Classes Set to Begin in September

Ellsworth/Bucksport/Blue Hill— Since the program began in 2014, more than 500 people from across Hancock and Washington counties have participated in Healthy Acadia’s Tai Chi for Health classes. What’s the tai chi appeal? The ancient Chinese practice of tai chi is clinically proven to be an effective exercise form that improves...

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Afternoon High Teas Continue at Woodlawn through September

Ellsworth - Woodlawn invites you to experience the elegance and tradition of an afternoon high tea in September. Held on Wednesdays, September 12,19 and 26, teas start at 3:00pm and are held rain or shine. On rainy days tea is served in Woodlawn’s Sleigh Barn. “We have enjoyed welcoming both local residents...

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Fort George Revolutionary War Encampment September 8-9

Photos:  Fort George’s Revolutionary War Encampment   Castine- During the weekend of September 8-9 Castine’s Revolutionary War fort will come alive with an encampment hosted by Friends of Castine Fortifications and the 74th Highlanders. The encampment will be open for visitors from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. There is no charge to...

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Red Cross back-to-school tips help keep students safe

PORTLAND – Back-to-school tips from the American Red Cross can help make students’ return to the classrooms safer. There are special steps for parents of younger kids and those going to school for the first time: Make sure the child knows their phone number, address, how to get in touch with...

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Downtown Shop Reopens

 Ellsworth (KoT) Contemporary Functional Craft has relocated to 6 State Street in downtown Ellsworth and is open for business from Tuesday - Saturday 11 am to 6 pm. On July 17th (KoT) owner, Cara Romano opened the doors of a new brick and mortar store in downtown Ellsworth. With husband and...

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Local Nonprofit Raises over $2 million to Revitalize Tidal Falls

Frenchman Bay Conservancy will host a groundbreaking on Monday, August 20th at 5:00pm Hancock—This July, Frenchman Bay Conservancy, a nonprofit land conservation organization, surpassed $2 million in fundraising for its Tidal Falls Preserve Capital Campaign. Located in Hancock, Tidal Falls Preserve is a beloved open space known for a reversing falls...

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