Swimming Lessons in Unity June 18 - 22 & June 25 - 29.
Unity Residents Free;
Out of Town $10/per child (multiple child family discount).
Ages: 5 - 15
Call Kati Ann Curtis at 322-2763 for more information.
Veggies For All Potato Planting
The VFA crew has been busy the past couple of weeks prepping and planting the pepper and winter squash beds. This year there are two different butternut varieties, totaling ~2,500 winter squash plants. We are also excited about our pepper crop this year! We have a red bell and an orange bell growing and tucked in some yarrow at the ends of the bed to attract pollinators and beneficial insects.
Coming up next is potato planting Wednesday, June 20th. Stop by for any amount of time between 9am and noon.
The field is located at 38 Main Street, just south of downtown Unity. Look for the black and white "VFA" sign at the bottom of the driveway and follow the tracks around behind the house. Bring what you need to feel comfortable in that day’s weather.
Saturday June 23
Come and learn all you need to know and more about living in rural Maine. Free! Over 40 unique, participatory workshops. Includes a plant swap, a potluck picnic lunch, and a stone soup made with your contributions. More Info
Tuesday June 26
Unity Historical Society Meeting 7 pm at the UHS Building, corner Main and Depot Streets.
Logan Wadick will speak about the photo-scanning and Eagle Scout projects.
Sebasticook Regional Land Trust Monthly Speaker Series Restoring Connections to Place. 6:30 pm at 93 Main. For more information, please contact email@example.com or call 948-3766.
A 2018 Record Alewife Run. What Now?
Diadromous Fish of the Kennebec River Basin: A look into the past, present and future of these species in central Maine.
This talk by Nate Gray, Maine Department of Marine Resources, will explore the history of Diadromous fish in the Kennebec River basin in central Maine. An emphasis will be placed on fisheries restoration work.