Calais News

Town News

Sharon Frost



Don’t forget to turn your clocks ahead on November 5.

Veteran’s Day is November 11. We will remember their outstanding courage and commitment to freedom.

Yoga takes place every Wednesday at St. Anne’s at 10:00 a.m. Thursday mornings crafters meeting at 10:00 a.m. All are welcome.

Nancy Strang, daughter of Fran Walker was up from Bangor last week to visit her. Hope you’re feeling better. Prayers are with you.

The Second Baptist Church held their Halloween Party on Friday. The hall was filled with babies, teenagers and parents. There were games, cupcakes to decorate, pumpkin demonstrations by Pastor Matt and much more. I had to leave early to attend the Soup and Poetry at the Calais Free Library. There, a small attendance but delicious soups, homemade bread, cookies, coffee and cold drinks followed by poetry readings, guitar playing. It was a good time and I am looking forward to the next gathering.

I attended the Fall Fair in Baileyville on Saturday. There was a lovely food table with a great variety of homemade goodies. There was also a quilt raffle.

The Hyssongs were welcomed by a good crowd on Saturday evening at the Second Baptist Church. A lovely lunch was served.

Don’t forget about the Heatlh & Wellness Fair on November 1 from noon to 5:00 p.m. at the WCCC gymnasium. There will be a flu clinic and a blood drive.

The hospital auxiliary held their Donation Day on Thursday. All went well. Pies were won by Pat Fellars, Irene Gallway, Cindy Wartman and the 50/50 was won by Sharon Frost. Thanks for all your donations and my helper Gladys Greenlaw.

 Covered Bridges Crafts at St. Stephen Legion will take place on November 4 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p..m (US). There is always a large crowd here.

Kirk McColl Bazaar will take place the same day from 8:00 a.m. to noon (US). Dishes, jewelry, food, fudge, books and more.