BBACC Connects
May 30, 2019
Last Week's poll results: How often do you volunteer?
Weekly - 54.5%
Monthly - 36.4%
Once or Twice a Year - 9.1%
I can't find time to volunteer - 0%

How did this Memorial Day Weekend compare to last year?
Take the poll at the bottom of the newsletter.
Fundraising Campaign
As I am sure you know The Bucksport Bay Area Chamber of Commerce has been leasing the Verona Grange building at 54 Main Street in Bucksport, right next door to our old home. What you may not know is that since entering into said lease the Verona Grange has dissolved and that we have further entered into a purchase
and sale agreement with the Maine State Grange to purchase the building. 

Anonymous, Bucksport Area Cultural Arts Society, Mr. Chris Johnson, Dead River Transport, Financial Solutions, Highland Sanctuary Retreat, Ms. Karen Coté, Laura Emack, CPA, Lewis & Malm Architechure, Lighthouse Arts & Education, Mrs. Lisa Lutts, Mitchell-Tweedie Funeral Home, New England Institute for Teacher Education, Seaboard Federal Credit Union, T.K. Sampson, Two Rivers Realty, Wahl's Dairy Port
Invest in your local Chambers!


Thank you for renewing your membership with us!

  • Gray's Lawn Care
Local Everyday Local Everyway Scavenger Hunt SUBMIT FORMS
To kick off Local Everyday Local Everyway we are organizing a shop local scavenger hunt. Each week we will list a number of items to search for in the zip codes listed here. The list of items will be included in The Bucksport Enterprise for four weeks in the month of May, on our website and the Bucksport Bay Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook page. Once you find the items in one of these zip codes: 04416 │04472 │04421│04974│04981, let us know!

Submit your forms by Friday June 7, 2019 for your chance to win our prize package filled with local good donated by our Members!
Pixie Harbor Hoopla Sunday, June 16
Calling all fairies, pirates, elves, wizards, hobbits and gnomes to Pixie Harbor Hoopla in Bucksport! Friends of all ages are invited to engineer a gnome home, pixie palace or fairy fort.

Bucksport Bay Area Chamber of Commerce presents Pixie Harbor Hoopla! This "magical" themed festival invites all ages to join us on the Bucksport waterfront for a day of enchantment on Sunday, June 16th from 11am to 4pm.

Dress in your finest Magical and Mystical Costumes or come as you are!

For more information contact the Bucksport Bay Area Chamber of Commerce at 469.6818 if you’d like to be a vendor or have questions about the day!
Seeking River Duck Dash Adoption Centers
Chamber Members are invited to designate yourself as an "adoption center" and help us sell certificates. If you can sell ten duck certificates or more we will have a very successful, fun event to bring to Bucksport Bay Festival this year.

Please contact us at the Bucksport Bay Area Chamber of Commerce to request your certificates, 469.6818 or reply to this email. You will be advertised as one of the adoption centers to encourage people to come to your business on our website and social media pages.

We are excited about this event and trust you will want to be involved too! Please feel free to call or email with any questions and let us know if you are interested in being an "adoption center" and selling certificates. 207.469.6818

Senior Center Meals & Activities

Our meals here at the Center are prepared fresh daily. Our kitchen is supervised by local restaurateur Glenn Redman. The meals are available to local Seniors in Bucksport and the surrounding towns. But, it is important to note that these delicious meals are also available to anyone in the community, regardless of age. The meals are also available for delivery at no extra charge. Many businesses in the area order and have the meals delivered. Everyone is welcome to come and join us for lunch here at the Center as well. We sit down to enjoy lunch ever Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11:30 am. These delicious freshly prepared meals are available for the unbelievably low price of $5.00 dollars. The meals include an entree, sides and even a dessert. If you join us at the Center there is even coffee and cold drinks.
For reservations please call 469.3632
Please call in advance as soon as you know you are able to attend no later than 9:00am the morning of the scheduled meal.

Mondays:
Aerobics 8-9am 
Knitting and Crocheting 9:30-11am
Bone Builders Exercise 1:00-2:30pm
Poker & Hand and Foot Cards 5:30-9pm
Bridge Games - 6:30pm (not during the summer months)

Tuesdays:
Evening Bingo 5:45-8pm
Day Quilters - 1st Tuesday 9am to 3pm

Wednesdays:
Aerobics 8-9am 
Scrabble 12:15-2pm
Bone Builders Exercise 1:00-2:30pm

Thursdays:
Bridge 12:30-4pm
Poker & Scat/31 Cards 5:30-9pm

Fridays:
Aerobics 8-9am 
Playing at the Alamo
" Tolkien "
Sponsored by:
The Poulin Family
May 31- June 2, 2019
biography/drama/war
112 minutes
PG-13

Tolkien explores the formative years of the orphaned author as he finds friendship, love and artistic inspiration among a group of fellow outcasts at school. This takes him into the outbreak of World War I, which threatens to tear the "fellowship" apart. All of these experiences would inspire Tolkien to write his famous Middle-Earth novels.

Fri 31 May, 6:00pm
Fri 31 May, 8:20pm
Sat 01 June, 6:00pm
Sat 01 June, 8:20pm
Sun 02 June, 2:00pm*
Sun 02 June, 6:00pm

**The Sunday matinee will feature OPEN CAPTIONS

General Admission $8
Students/Seniors $7
Members $5


PLEASE SPONSOR A FILM? 

We are always in need of sponsors for future films, especially those we book at the last minute. 
Please consider? 
  
$100 for Individuals, Non-Profits 
and now Businesses.
  
You get your name on the marquee, big screen, lobby card, print ads & your provided information & links to websites in our weekly email blast, website & social media. (No politics please.)
Penobscot Narrows Bridge Observatory NOW OPEN
Penobscot Narrows Bridge Observatory Opened May 24th
The Penobscot Narrows Bridge Observatory will open for the season tomorrow. The Maine Department of Transportation had delayed the opening late last month after a valve failed during an inspection of the observatory's fire suppression system. We had to special-order a replacement valve. MaineDOTs top priority at the observatory is the safety of our workers and guests. We're glad we can open the site, and we thank our guests for their patience.
Live Music Every Friday & Saturday at VWD
Verona Wine & Design will have live music every Friday and Saturday from 6:30pm to 9:00pm. Flannel doughboys, Larry McNamara, New Shades of Blue, Brandon Kelley & Company, & Jonesville will be performing all summer long!

77 Main Street, Suite 1, Bucksport ME 04416
7 Dinners? No Dishes? Here's your chance!
Winner! WInner! 7 dinners! We are only selling 100 chances so you have a 100 to 1 chance to be the lucky winner! The winner will be drawn as soon as 100 chances are sold so hurry in to BookStacks to get yours. $20 per chance to win and only 100 chances up for grabs. The winner will receive a coupon book with 7 dinner coupons ($175 dollar value) to these local eateries:
  • Bucksport House of Pizza
  • Carrier's Mainely Lobster
  • Crosby's Drive-In
  • Harbor View Grille
  • The Island Rise & Shine Restaurant
  • MacLeod's Restaurant
  • Verona Wine and Design
You may also purchase a chance or two at the chamber's new office space at 54 Main street, Bucksport but BookStacks is open more hours
2019 Visitor's Guides are AVAILABLE!
THANK YOU to all of our advertisers! Without you, this guide would not be possible. We are happy to provide a really great resource to hundreds of thousands of people passing through the area each year.

The only comprehensive printed guide fully highlighting our region, with 15,000 copies and a pass-along readership of over 22,000. Our Guide is digest size making it convenient to carry and keep as a resource for visitors and locals alike.

You will find our guides at many locations throughout Maine and New England this season:
*Maine Tourism Association Visitor Information Centers from Calais to Kittery.
*Portland International Jetport
*Maine Mall
*AAA Offices
*Amtrak Train Station - Portland
*Concord Bus Station - Portland
*Ocean Gateway Terminal
*Many Chamber Offices Across Maine
*Our Network of Advertisers
*Mailed Upon Request
*Tourism Trade Shows - Boston Area
*Maine Turnpike Travel Plazas in Kennebunk and West Gardiner; over a million visitors each year!

It is viewable on our website, online in its entirety as an interactive eGuide highlighting our region and also available on smartphones.
Wahl's Dairy Port
Flavor Calendar

Specialty Soft Serve Flavors
Over 30 Flavors of Gifford's Hard Serve
Hours 11am to 9pm Daily
79 Main Street, Bucksport ME
Orland Community Center May Calendar

So much is offered at the Orland Community Center. Take advantage of all the great classes and activities going on this month.
  • T-Ball
  • Zumba
  • Adult Pickleball
  • TRX
  • Cycling
  • Yoga
  • Strength Training
  • Adult Volleyball
To learn more please visit Orland Community Center on Facebook or call 207.469.7691

The Orland Fitness Center is open
M-F 5am to 8pm
Sat-Sun 7am to 7pm
18th Annual Book, Bake, and Plant Sale at SSCL, June 1st
On Saturday, June 1 starting at 9 am the Stockton Springs Community Library will host its Annual Book, Bake, and Plant Sale at the library on Main Street in Stockton Springs.

Library volunteers are busy dividing perennials for this popular fundraiser. There will be a wide variety of flowers and herbs to brighten your gardens. You can stock up on books for summer reading while snacking on delicious homemade baked goods. There’s always a great variety of sweet and savory baked goods available. Also for sale will be DVDs and audio books.

The Stockton Springs Community Library was founded in 2001 and is located in the historic Colcord House, which is owned by the Stockton Springs Historical Society. The library is run by a group of dedicated volunteers and new volunteers are always welcome. For more information visit www.stockstonspringslibrary.org

Ground-breaking New Mountain bike trail at GPMCT
Construction has started on a major new mountain bike trail off the Dead River road. The Penobscot Region of the New England Mountain Bike Association received a second grant for the project this month, this one from the Hancock County Fund of the Maine Community Foundation.

Those 2 guys on the left, Avery Mornis and Lucas Wardell, started the whole project going back in 2016, when they were engineering students at University of Maine. As their senior project they put together a technical proposal for a series of trails in the Wildlands. Once they heard it was really going to happen, they came back to help, and really got us off to a great start. Avery has already put in many hours on the excavator, taking a busman's holiday from his job building trails in Vermont.

Learn More about what's going on at Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust at their website greatpondtrust.org
Private Home Care, Inc.
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Private Home Care, Inc. is a personal care agency serving in-home clients in the Belfast, Maine and surrounding areas. Our services address health, safety and nutrition needs, as well as individual aspects of care such as personal interests and activities. 

Smart Datapmap Services can help you Make the Move!
The process of moving a business to a new location is challenging. The physical move of finding a new location and moving all your inventory is difficult to accomplish. Once moved, you need to consider informing your
current and new customers of your new location, so they may find you! Learn how new BBACC Chamber Member, Meg Keay of Port O' Call worked with fellow BBACC member Jim LeClair of Smart DataMap Services to make the move to Bucksport on internet location services.


PB & J Drive at Bangor Savings Bank
It’s a sure sign of spring. Peanut butter and jelly jars piling up at Bangor Savings Bank branches. The 8th annual Bangor Savings Bank Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive begins May 1 and continues through May 31 at all branches in Maine and New Hampshire.
 
The Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive began in 2012 to provide food pantries and other hunger prevention programs with a high-protein food item that is often in short supply and high demand. Donations of peanut butter and jelly jars can be dropped off inside any Bangor Savings branch during operating hours.
 
The donated peanut butter and jelly will be distributed to hunger prevention organizations throughout Maine and New Hampshire. The drive has collected more than 66,000 jars of PB&J during the past seven years, and this year Bangor Savings is hoping to top the record one-year total of 12,645 jars.
 
“We continue to see the impact of food insecurity across our region,” said Bangor Savings Bank President and CEO Bob Montgomery-Rice. “We are proud to help area food pantries through our Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive each year. We believe that together we can reduce hunger across New England and we’re sincerely grateful for the continued support of our employees, customers and local businesses.”
 
The bank will contribute an additional two jars for every “selfless selfie” taken by a contributor when they make their donation at a branch. People can email their selfies to socialmedia@bangor.com, and the photos will be posted on the Bangor Savings Facebook page to recognize supporters on social media.
 
And, every time the hashtag #bsbpbj2019 is used on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram during the month of May the bank will donate one more jar to the Drive until the Drive goal is exceeded.     

NEWSCENTER Maine is the media partner for the 2019 Bangor Savings Bank Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive.
Healthy Acadia News

GoldenOak at The Grand: A Benefit Concert for Healthy Acadia’s Gleaning Initiative
Healthy Acadia is raising funds for food security with a GoldenOak benefit concert at The Grand on Saturday, June 8th . This event will support Healthy Acadia’s Downeast Gleaning Initiative, a farm-based food collection and donation project that feeds people experiencing hunger with surplus nutritious produce. 

Healthy Acadia and Partners Launch Education Program for Clinicians Seeking to Expand Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder

Healthy Acadia, in partnership with Maine Quality Counts, a Maine-based organization focused on improving systems of health care, and a network of providers and public health advocates across Washington and Hancock counties, is launching a year-long educational initiative to increase provider skills and confidence in the area of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorders. 

Teach Tai Chi: Instructor Training Planned for September

On September 21-22, 2019, Healthy Acadia will host a 2-day “Tai Chi for Heart Conditions” instructor training with “Tai Chi for Health” Master Trainer Patricia Larson, at the Moore Community Center, 133 State Street, Ellsworth. The class will meet from 8:30am to 4:30pm each day. “Tai Chi for Heart Conditions” instructor training is designed for current tai chi instructors, advanced tai chi students, physical therapists, occupational therapists, exercise instructors, and professionals seeking a continuing education experience.
Bucksport Regional Health Center Newsletter
May is High Blood Pressure Education Month.
This is an important awareness tool because high blood pressure has no warning signs but can be deadly. Read more about that on the back page. May is also a month of celebrations. The 6th to the 12th is National Nurses Week, a time to honor and acknowledge the work these dedicated health care professionals do each day. We have a number of nurses here at BRHC and we appreciate each and every one of them.

Also, the 20th anniversary of National Women's Health Week starts on Mother's Day, May 12th, and is celebrated through May 18th. This week is a time for all women to take
a look at their own health. Women tend to put everyone else first and sometimes their own needs are put on the back burner. So what steps can you take for better health? There
is a list of ways to improve your health to the right. 
IRS News

Virtual Small Business Forum
Hosted by: Internal Revenue Service
Communications & Liaisons
Area 2 Stakeholder Liaison Field

A free web conference for organizations that serve small businesses.

Participate from your home or office!
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

  • Build and strengthen relationships with small business, industry, payroll service providers, non-profit and government organizations.
  • Learn about products and services available to small businesses.
  • Elevate your issues and concerns.
 
Topics of Discussion will include:

  • The IRS will discuss the New W-4 and Tax Reform 199A Provisions
  • Important information from the Social Security Administration
  • Program Updates from the U.S. Small Business Administration 
  • Key Messages from the Taxpayer Advocate Service

Registration Required
Space is limited, so register today!
Register by e-mail to  Carl.F.Young@irs.gov 
When registering, please provide: name, title, organization name, address, telephone number and e-mail address.  

Webinars for Practitioners & Industry June 6th, June 13th, June 19th, June 20th, June 27th 
Yoga with Naomi 
Beginner-Friendly Healing Hatha Yoga
Bucksport: Wednesdays
Every Wednesday, our longest-running Yoga with Naomi class meets from 3:30-4:30 p.m. at Bucksport Regional Health Center in Bucksport. Gentle, warm and friendly, this class is a welcoming space for yogis of any ability, age, or body type.

Bucksport Regional Health Center
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Gentle, healing hatha
Mats and props provided.
Everyone welcome.
$12 to drop in for a single class.
Sign up at the start of a 5-week series and pay $50 for 5 classes.
Free to cancer patients, survivors, and their caregivers.
 
Ellsworth: Tuesdays
These classes are gentle, healing hatha classes; free and open to cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers. Call the Center at 207-664-0339 or email info@bethwrightcancercenter.org. You can find us at 23 Commerce Park in Ellsworth. Drop-in any time.

Tuesdays
4 - 5 p.m.
Gentle, healing hatha
Mats and props provided.
Everyone welcome.
No cost.
T.K. Sampson is Hiring
T.K. Sampson is hiring! 
Wanted experienced quality oriented carpenters and carpenter helpers. Also experienced or inexperienced laborers. Good wages, local work. Call Tim at 479.6618
Balsam Cove Campground is Hiring!
Balsam Cove Campground is HIRING! 
Campground office staff and office manager. Full time or part time, flexible hours. Great work environment! If you can be friendly and use a computer, you're in! Email a note of interest and availability to justin@balsamcove.com or apply in person 286 Back Ridge Road in Orland.
Orland UMC Baked Bean Supper
The Orland United Methodist Church will be having their Baked Bean and Casserole Supper on Saturday June 1 from 5 to 6 PM. 

The menu will include baked beans, casseroles, salads, biscuits, beverage and pie. 

The cost is $8 for ages 12 to adult, $4 for ages 5 through 12 and free for children under 5. 

The church is located off route 1 by the river in Orland Village. For more information call Cindy Kimball at 902-2250 or Len Haseltine at 702-1255.
Dirigo Speaks
Lessons from Bucksport on losing a large employer: A conversation with the Bucksport community, hosted by the Bangor Daily News

June 4 at the Alamo Theatre
85 Main Street, Bucksport
Event begins at 5:30 p.m., doors open at 5pm

Sponsored by People's United Bank

Speakers:
- Susan Lessard, Bucksport town manager
- Richard Rosen of the Bucksport business community
- Nick Sambides, BDN Hancock County reporter
- Moderated by Dan MacLeod, BDN managing editor

Cancer Support Center of Maine Blood Drive
The Cancer Support Center understands how important the availability of blood can be to cancer patients as well as many other patients of all ages. Help us help them by donating blood!

Monday, June 3
1:00pm to 6:00pm
Elm Street Congregational Church
31 Elm Street
Bucksport, ME
Please go to Redcrossblood.org to sign up to donate!
Ellsworth American Advertising Oportunity Deadline June 5

We have a new feature for the Bucksport area this year in the Ellsworth American and on line at our website as well. We will have a banner along with our Bucksport advertisers with display ads grouped together each week thru the summer in the Ellsworth American in full color with a special feature added for summer 2019!

We'll post this grouping on our website as well each week and with our "new" technology that's available to us, you will be able to post Facebook messages which will appear on our website next to your ad in the grouping. Your post will be featured each time you make a new post next to your business profile, up to 15 times per day at no additional cost to you. 

Do you have a featured product of the day? maybe a meal offering fresh product, maybe a sale item? tell our readers and viewers of our websites what you have. This service is free with any size weekly ad in the Bucksport grouping starting the week of June 13th.

I've attached a promo for your review, let me know what you think- deadline is June 5th to reserve space- we'll be happy to create an ad for you or use something you might already have on file. 

Contact Fred Berry, Advertising Sales
The Ellsworth American
30 Water Street 
Ellsworth, ME 04605 
207-667-2576
Summer Classes for Kids at Lighthouse Arts & Education
Open House Fridays at
Lightshouse Arts & Education
3:00pm to 5:00pm
Every Friday...
June 14 through August 30, 2019
$5.00 per person
Parents/Guardians and Children up to age 12

Four art stations will be provided for the whole family to enjoy together! Parents and children can work on them as a group or individually! This is a very casual atmosphere, you can come any time between 3:00pm and 4:30pm and choose one or all four projects to do.
A teacher is onsite to assist and encourage!

3D art/painting ⦁ clay forms & pinch pots & pottery ⦁ beading ⦁ fabric painting/coloring ⦁ watercolor design ⦁ rock painting ⦁ sun catchers/mobiles ⦁ mosaics⦁ music & art

Call ahead to see what projects are happening that day or just show up and have fun! 
Coming Soon... Build a Town workshop for kids. Tuesdays Starting June 18!
Book Launch at BookStacks
The Launch: Saturday June 8
1:00pm to 3:00pm
BookStacks, Bucksport ME

Whispers reminds us that miracles happen. Sometimes they’re so small that it’s possible you don’t even notice them. At other times they make you stop and wonder for a moment before you start to chock them up to coincidence or a figment of your imagination.

The stories in this book are from people who knew better than to make excuses for what they had witnessed, and have agreed to share their experiences with you.

I called these occasional flashes of unexplained events “Glimpses” in my first book on the subject. This time I call them “Whispers.”

No matter their name, people who experience them carry them forever in their hearts and view the world a bit differently because they have caught a “Glimpse” or heard a “Whisper” from the other side of this material world.
Zoe's Rabies Clinic at Seaboard Federal Credit Union
Saturday, June 8
10:00am to 12:00pm
$15 per vaccine
Seaboard Federal Credit Union
177 Main Street
Bucksport, ME

Dr. Mark Hanks, DVM of Kindred Spirits in Orrington will be on hand to vaccinateour four-legged friends. All proceeds benefit the Bucksport Animal Shelter.
The Great Event Community Yard Sale in Stockton Springs Space Rental Begins Now
The Great Event Community Yard Sale in Stockton Springs Space Rental Begins NOW for 2019!

Stockton Springs Community Library (SSCL) will host the The GREAT EVENT on September 7th and space rentals for the Giant Yard Sale start now. Mark your calendars and SAVE THE DATE for the Giant Yard Sale, Barbecue, Tea Room, Bake Sale, Homemade donuts, Children’s Events, and much more!

The town of Stockton Springs will be filled with a festive atmosphere on Saturday, September 7th and everyone is invited to join in the celebration to be held on the grounds of the library and the Stockton Springs Town Office. This is THE FOURTH annual fundraiser for the all-volunteer library!

Rental of space at the Giant Yard Sale has begun. Spaces are approximately 10’ x 15’. Cost is $30 if you sign up before June 30th and $35 after July 1st (if there are any spaces left). You may bring your own table or you can rent a table for an extra $5. The GREAT EVENT will happen rain or shine. To reserve your space you must fill out an application and pay in advance either by check or cash. Come to the library during open hours to pick up an application. Library hours are Monday 3:00 – 5:00 pm, Tuesday 4:00 – 7:00 pm, Wednesday 3:00 – 5:00 pm, Thursday 9:00 am – Noon and 6:30 – 8:30 pm, and Saturday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.

For more information call 567-4147 or visit www.stocktonspringslibrary.org.

This family event is bound to be chock full of good bargains, great food, entertainment for the kiddies, community spirit, and much, much more, so circle Saturday, September 7th on your calendar and we’ll see you then in Stockton Springs!
Verona Island Healing’s Herbal Workshop Weekend
Saturday & Sunday: June 8th - 9th 

“Hawthorn, Seaweed, Art and Drumming
An Exploration into the Heart”

Session I: Saturday 9am-noon, Herbs for the Heart. Guided herb walk w/ a focus on Hawthorn leaf & flower. Discussion on herbal
heart-focused healing. Create & enjoy herbal tea (tisane), whip up an elixir and make salve to take home. With Dina Goodwill, LAc and Michele Bailey, herbalist. $55 Lunch noon-1pm. Wild Foods’ lunch $10

Session II: Saturday 1-4 pm, Journey of the Heart: An Expressive Arts Workshop with Amy Thompson, MSW & Eileen Mielenhausen, MA. We will connect to our heart through sound and image-making, meditation, movement, writing and sharing. No experience necessary. Art materials, drums and other instruments are provided. $55
Heart-Healthy Dinner w/ Everton Bailey- $15.00. 4-5pm, Social Hour w/ hawthorn & rose cordials, chocolate tea & adapto-balls.
5-6:30pm, Dinner featuring wild-caught salmon & a vegetable medley.

Session-III: Sunday 9-noon- Seaweeding on The Blue Hill Peninsula. A foray in the tidal zones! After our field trip, we’ll make
seaweed facials & discuss the many properties of seaweed. W/ Dina & Michele. $55 Lunch noon-1pm- Seaweed inspired Lunch. $10

*All classes and meals limited to 10. Pay individually or $150 for entire weekend! Lodging suggestions: camp free on-site, stay at the Alamoosook Lodge or The Nancy Place Homestead Hostel in Orland, the Bucksport Motor Inn in Bucksport, or check out AirBnBs in the area.

Verona Island Healing 318 East Side Dr. Verona Island, Maine 04416
For more info & to register call: 207-307-1275 OR 612-720-1184
or email: dina@veronaislandhealing.com
Find us on Facebook @ Verona Island Healing-Maine for more details!
Wednesday on Main begins June 19!
June 19 - 5:30pm - "Everybody Loves Pirates"
Wednesday On Main
show @The Alamo Theatre
BUCKSPORT, MAINE

Eight-year-old Lucy and her goofy pal Little Chucky are searching for buried treasure, but a gang of bumbling pirates keeps getting in the way! The kids get some help from their new ocean-dwelling friends, including enthusiastic superhero Lobster Boy, his reluctant sidekick Crabby, and an overgrown sea monkey.

“Everybody Loves Pirates” features 15 of our hand-crafted mouth and rod puppets, and an 8 foot paper-mache pirate ship.

Length of show: approx. 52 minutes
Recommended audience: ages 4 and up
Celebrate Recovery in Bucksport
Freedom from hurts, habits, and hang-ups. Meeting begin on June 21st at 6pm
94 Race Course Road, Bucksport

Welcome to Celebrate Recovery at Bucksport Church of God. Everyone suffers from hurts, habits, and hang-ups. So, how about taking the first step in crossing over to recovery? Stay informed by following for further information. We are located on 94 Race Course Rd. Bucksport.
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