Freeport’s Golden Age of Wireless,
Original Radio Productions to be Performed
On Sunday, October 17th, 2:00pm at Freeport Community Library, Freeport’s Golden Age of Wireless, four original radio programs loosely based on Freeport history, will be performed and taped in front of a live audience.
On the four Sunday evenings in November (7, 14, 21 and 28), these shows will be aired on local fm station, WYAR 88.3.
Gather the family ‘round the radio’ for some original programming featuring a fictionalized version of history from each of four decades— 1910’s, 20’s, 30’s and 40’s. You may recognize some specific places such as Grove Street Elementary School, hear some familiar names such as Babe Ruth, or enjoy learning about past events such as the building of the Red Oaks! And, music from each of the decades will be part of each radio show.
Tickets for the live production and taping are $5.00. and will be available at the door.
The Freeport Community Library is located on Library Drive (off of Main Street) in Freeport.
FMI: Freeport Historical Society, 207-865-3170 or email@example.com
Join Master Craftsman and Dry Walling Association of Great Britain member, Chris Tanguay, for a hands-on workshop on Saturday, October 9th, from 9:00am -4:00pm at historic Pettengill Farm (Pettengill Road off Flying Point Road in Freeport).. Learn the traditional craft of dry stone wall building.
Chris, owner of Maine Dry Stone, is a certified and experienced Dry Stone Wall builder who will share concepts around and guide participants in the proper techniques of building a dry laid stone wall.
The number of workshop participants is limited. Register now! The workshop fee is $55.00 payable to Freeport Historical Society in advance. A bag lunch is included in the fee.
The raindate is Sunday, October 10th, same place and time.
Participants are asked to bring a brick or sledge hammer, if available, and heavy work gloves. Please wear sturdy work boots and bring your own filled water bottle.
FMI: 865-3170 www.freeporthistoricalsociety.org
Join us for our 35th Annual Pettengill Farm Day at historic Pettengill Farm (Flying Point Road turn onto Pettengill Road). Come and enjoy a wonderful day at this beautiful saltwater farm! There will be hayrides, barnyard animals, a corn maze and pumpkin patch, expanded geo-caching for the entire family, tours of the historic saltbox farmhouse, pin-hole camera demos, apple cider pressing, 4-way tug-o-war, old-time country and blue grass music and the Maine state yo-yo champion, Brandon Baines! Visit the Master Trades area for demonstrations of iron forging, dry stone wall building, spinning, metalcraft, penny rugs and more. Food vendors will be on hand as well! What a wonderful way to spend a day. Donations appreciated.
Thank you to our 35th Annual Pettengill Farm Day Event Sponsors:
Bath Savings Institution
Bath Savings Trust Company
Coffee By Design
Main Post & Beam LLC
Sherman’s Books & Stationary