With apologies, the March 14 potluck has been POSTPONED until a future date. Thank you for your interest and understanding!
Maine is celebrating its 200th anniversary this year and has created "Maine200" to help celebrate our history. Maine's Bicentennial is a unique occasion to draw residents, visitors, public servants and private businesses together to commemorate 200 years of statehood, celebrate Maine's present, and inspire a healthy and prosperous future.
PUBLIC POTLUCK SUPPER: Saturday, March 14, 2020 at Bibby and Harold Alfond Dining Commons,Kents Hill School, Readfield
Doors open 5:30 - Supper at 6:00 pm, NO FEE, Guests are encouraged to bring a hot dish or salad
(PARKING at KENTS HILL SCHOOL ALFOND ATHLETICS CENTER)
FEATURED SPEAKER: DAVID CHEEVER - Cheever is Vice Chairman of the Maine Bicentennial Commission. He will speak about Maine’s Bicentennial schedule of events and programs, and provide some historical background about how Maine became a state. He is the former Maine State Archivist, the Gubernatorial Press Secretary, and Public Information Liaison with the Office of Attorney General.
FMI Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone (207) 685-4089
FMI about the State of Maine Bicentennial www.maine200.org
Co-sponsors and Hosts of this event are:Readfield U; Age Friendly Committee; Readfield Community Library; and Readfield Historical Society
SINCERE THANKS TO KENTS HILL SCHOOL FOR USE OF THEIR FACILITY