Stockton Springs News – By Ellen Holland – Belfast – Waldo
By Ellen Holland | 06 June 2021
Tai Chi will take place Tuesdays and Fridays from 9:30 am to 11:00 am from June 8 at the port, outside. In case of rain, they will return to the lower hall of the Town Hall. Please call 567-4147 for more information. This program is sponsored jointly with the community library. All skill levels are welcome and there is plenty of space for social distancing.
Remember that the recycling dates are June 10 and 24.
Story time for children will resume soon. Please call the library at 567-4147 for more information.
Condolences to the family of Alfred (Fred) DeRedin, who passed away at Sandy Point on May 31. He was a member of the American Legion Post 157 and a scholarship in his name has been established in his memory.
Condolences also to the families of Clarence Elden and Vera Dyer.
Donna Kelley McNamara sells her baked goods again on Muskrat Farm Road in Stockton. Jim Nichols will be selling his produce on Saturdays from 10 am on Steamboat Wharf Road, offering everything in season. André’s BBQ next to the Stone Fox Creamery on Route 1 is open on weekends. Rainbow Farm and Frog Song Farm have farm stalls and also sell their produce at farmers’ markets in the area. Check their websites to find out where they are.
Stockton Harbor Oyster Co. will soon have oysters available; check their website to find out when they will be ready. Hichborn Restaurant will also buy them for their customers.
The port is getting busier now, and warmer weather is forecast for this week. Schools will be over soon and there are a lot of students who might be looking for paid work. It is always the busy season for outdoor garden and yard work. If you contact the high school, they may be able to give you a student’s information for a job.
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 20, so get this card for your dad or call him. Have a good week!
Thought for the Week: “You must be the change you want to see in the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi.