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By Amy Jeanroy   Saturday turned out to be windy and cool at the start of the 3rd annual Art and Crafts Along the Waterfront event. Despite the temperature and breeze that caused more than one canopy to be taken down, it was a fine day to be on the riverfront walkway in Calais. ... + continue reading
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By Kaileigh Deacon   Saturday was a beautiful day for the 19th Annual Applefest at St. Anne's Episcopal Church. Outside on the lawn was the Flea Market that had many wonderful items for sale from books, to, televisions, to furniture. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon). Every fall St. Anne's... + continue reading
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By Johanna S. Billings   Volunteer Wendy Sparrow of Cutler and Laura Larrabee, a resident of the Marshall Healthcare Facility in Machias, hold hands during a recent visit. Sparrow is a volunteer with the Down East Hospice Volunteers who assist clients in Washington County. (Photo by Johanna... + continue reading
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By Kaileigh Deacon   The Sanctuary of the First Congregational Church in Calais was home to the St. Croix International Quilters quilt show Friday and Saturday. Draped over pews and hung on the walls were the marvelous works created by the members of the guild. There were quilts, ornaments,... + continue reading
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By Amy Jeanroy   "We are all so different in many ways, but really we are so much alike." Mikah  Meyer, travelling to every National Park and monument in the U.S. in answer to the question "What is the most striking thing you have noticed so far during your trip?"   You may have... + continue reading

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Despite Windy Weather, 3rd Annual Art & Crafts Along the Waterfront A Success

By Amy Jeanroy

 

Saturday turned out to be windy and cool at the start of the 3rd annual Art and Crafts Along the Waterfront event. Despite the temperature and breeze that caused more than one canopy to be taken down, it was a fine day to be on the riverfront walkway in Calais. 

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