The Canada Border Services Agency issued an advisory to travellers that the primary inspection lanes, at the St. Stephen Ferry Point port of entry, will be undergoing construction, for maintenance, the week of October 17, 2016.
Marianne Moore and Jim Porter present Certificates of Appreciation to area residents who each adopted a city garden to care for throughout the summer. (LEFT) Pictured L to R: Jim Porter, Mary Weston, Amy Dicenzo, Marlys Farn, Shari Doten, Anne Nixon, Patsy and David Beckett, Marianne Moore. (ABOVE) Taylor and Stacey LeBlanc.
Congratulations to Eddie Cadett and Robyn Lindquist on their recent marriage. The couple was married on Friday, October 14th. I along with the rest of the community wish you years of happiness to come.
For anyone who isn’t already a super whizz on computers, for the next five Thursdays, the Calais Free Library is the place to be!For the beginner, or those who can always appreciate a few more hints and helps, Basic Computer helps you have a much more complete and practical k
The Scarecrow Fest is underway in Calais with scarecrows going up all over on downtown lamp posts. This event sponsored by Calais Downtown Revitalization Coalition (CDRC) kicks off with the Scarecrow Competition which is open to any organization, business, or individual that wants to participate.
Once again, those who enjoy Poetry or Soup or Both, which would be Pooh’s choice, should be sure to find their way to the Calais Free Library on Friday, November 4th at 6 p.m. Ted Carter will again be serving as our excellent Master of Ceremonies, keeping things moving along and making sure everyone who wishes gets a turn, or two, reading poetry they have enjoyed and perhaps have w
Anne C. Perry is a resident of Calais and a candidate for the Maine House of Representatives district that includes Baileyville, Calais, Charlotte, Passamaquoddy Indian Township, Passamaquoddy Pleasant Point, Pembroke, Perry, Robbinston and Baring Plantation.