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  1. Selectmen's Meeting

    August 26, 5:30 p.m. @ Municipal Building - Council

    This is a public meeting. Residents are encouraged to attend.

Public Calendar

  1. 45th ANNUAL STATE APPALOOSA HORSE SHOW

    August 22, 8:00 a.m. - August 24 @ Skowhegan State Fair Grounds

    Judges: Barbara Hughes, Jim & Sandy Jirkovsky

  2. Skowhegan's 2014 Plein-Air (Artists Paint Skowhegan)

    August 22, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. @ CENTRAL MAINE ARTISTS GALLERY

    We are inviting you to be a part of Skowhegan's 2014 Plein-Air event Artists will be on display and art will be sold

  3. AA Meeting

    August 22, 7:00 p.m. @ Skowhegan Federated Church Back Entrance

  4. FIGARO - Lakewood Theater

    August 22, 8:00 p.m. @ Lakewood Theater

    Figaro adapted by Charles Morey. He's getting married in the morning, and the enterprising Figaro (servant, barber, professional troublemaker) couldn't be happier. But with everyone scheming to come between him and his bride, Figaro will need all his cunning to make it down the aisle. Flitting between naughty nobles and wily nobodies, his new adaptation of Beaumarchais's comic masterpiece is not only hysterically funny but offers clever schemes, crafty disguises, and has a razor sharp political edge.

  5. Skowhegan's 2014 Plein-Air (Artists Paint Skowhegan)

    August 23, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. @ CENTRAL MAINE ARTISTS GALLERY

    We are inviting you to be a part of Skowhegan's 2014 Plein-Air event Artists will be on display and art will be sold

  6. Saturday Socials Skowhegan Sportsman's Club Public Welcome

    August 23, 5:00 p.m. @ Skowhegan Sportman's Club

    A good time to target practice, play pool, play darts, meet good people and have fun

  7. FIGARO - Lakewood Theater

    August 23, 8:00 p.m. @ Lakewood Theater

    Figaro adapted by Charles Morey. He's getting married in the morning, and the enterprising Figaro (servant, barber, professional troublemaker) couldn't be happier. But with everyone scheming to come between him and his bride, Figaro will need all his cunning to make it down the aisle. Flitting between naughty nobles and wily nobodies, his new adaptation of Beaumarchais's comic masterpiece is not only hysterically funny but offers clever schemes, crafty disguises, and has a razor sharp political edge.

  8. Youth Triathlon Part of Madison Anson Days

    August 24, 4:30 p.m. @ Madison Boat Landing

    Three race categories: Ages 8 & 9; Ages 10 & 12; Ages 13 to 15. Swim a 125 yard roped off course in the Kennebec River at the Nathan Street Boat Landing; then bike 2.5 miles from the Boat Landing to the Recreational Ball Fields on Preble Avenue, and then run 1.2 miles from the Ball Fields to the Junior High. Participants may race all three events individually or you can create teams of two or three people to compete.

  9. COBURN PARK CONCERT-DIXIE MIX

    August 24, 5:00 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. @ Coburn Park

    AUGUST 24th features DIXIE MIX. Concerts are made possible by SKOWHEGAN SAVINGS BANK. Gift certificates for door prizes are donated by the Family Pet Store, Ken's Family Restaurant, The Bankery/Skowhegan Fleuriste, Strand Cinema, Al's Pizza, Skowhegan Free Public Library, Wright & Mills, P.A., and many others. There will be 3-5 drawings per concert. The GFWC/Skowhegan Woman's Club will have desserts for sale. For more information, contact concert organizers: Betty Austin at 431-4287, Darla Pickett at 474-2306, and Gene Rouse at 474-8269. Park Commissioner Davida Barter may be contacted at dbarter@mainelegal.net.

  10. Bingo Night Public Welcome

    August 25, 6:30 p.m. @ Skowhegan - Madison Elks Lodge

    Bingo Refreshments are available from PM to 7:30 PM at hall.

  11. AA Meeting Ladies Only

    August 26, 11:00 a.m. @ Skowhegan Federated Church

  12. Living in Balance Women's Support Group for Outpatient Early Recovery from Substance Abuse

    August 27, 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. @ Kennebec Mental Health

    Living in Balance Program provides a comprehensive group oriented treatment framework that emphasizes education as well as the group process and interaction. It uses a bio-psychosocial approach to strengthen neglected areas of an addicts life. This educational program allows clients to enter the program at any point in the cycle of sessions. It is for those who are trying to build a solid recovery program and remain free from alcohol and other drug use. The primary purpose of the group is to provide each participant with a safe, supportive environment while increasing their knowledge and skills about addiction and the recovery process. Using the research evidenced based, Hazelden curriculum: Living in Balance: Moving from a life of addiction to a life of recovery, the instructor will provide weekly handouts of the material covered. Contact Kathleen Dumont LADC, LCPC,CCS or Nick Citriglia LADC, LCPC. at 207-474-8368 for registering and more information

  13. COOKING MATTERS

    August 28, 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. @ MADISON AREA MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL

    Cooking Matters teaches adults about making a healthy meal and spending less money on food. There will be six weekly classes for 2 hours. Each class you will make 2-3 recipes and get groceries to take home and practice what you learned in class! THIS CLASS IS FREE! If interested? Call or email Denise at 207-858-8456 or drobinson@rfgh.net

  14. AA Meeting

    August 28, 7:00 p.m. @ Skowhegan Federated Church

  15. THE FALL of the HOUSE of USHER -- Lakewood Theater

    August 28, 8:00 p.m. @ Lakewood Theater

    By Edgar Allen Poe and Adapted by Jack Neary. A riveting new adaptation of the classic Poe tale, re-invented as a detective thriller, set in 1930's Boston. In the bleak hours before dawn a house burns to the ground, the once elegant manse of the Usher family.The dilapidated musty, old ruin has become a heap of smoldering ashes. Two charred bodies are discovered. The peaceful sleep of Boston Detective Michael Shaughnessy has been interrupted and now he is seeking the how, who, and why of the fall of the House of Usher. Shaughnessy interrogates James, a successful author and childhood friend of Roderick and Madeline Usher. The brightly lit interrogation room is set in the middle of the decaying parlor and the tantalizing, terrifying tale is told in a series of fast paced flashbacks. Was Roderick evil or was it the house? You will find out at the stunning conclusion.

  16. Harmony Free Fair

    August 29, All Day @ Harmony Free Fair

    Stage Shows, Animal and Mechanical Pulling, Midway, Demolition Derby, Livestock, and exhibit halls. For more information call Jeff Chadbourne 207-683-5873

  17. GRANITE STATE APPALOOSA ASSOCIATION- COLOR CAPER REVIEW

    August 29, 8:00 a.m. - August 31 @ Skowhegan State Fair Grounds

    MISSION STATEMENT Granite State Appaloosa Association is committed to promote the Appaloosa in all phases of the Equine Industry in New Hampshire and the New England area and to generate growth in G.S.A.A. through Sponsors, Marketing and Advertising

  18. AA Meeting

    August 29, 7:00 p.m. @ Skowhegan Federated Church Back Entrance

  19. THE FALL of the HOUSE of USHER -- Lakewood Theater

    August 29, 8:00 p.m. @ Lakewood Theater

    By Edgar Allen Poe and Adapted by Jack Neary. A riveting new adaptation of the classic Poe tale, re-invented as a detective thriller, set in 1930's Boston. In the bleak hours before dawn a house burns to the ground, the once elegant manse of the Usher family.The dilapidated musty, old ruin has become a heap of smoldering ashes. Two charred bodies are discovered. The peaceful sleep of Boston Detective Michael Shaughnessy has been interrupted and now he is seeking the how, who, and why of the fall of the House of Usher. Shaughnessy interrogates James, a successful author and childhood friend of Roderick and Madeline Usher. The brightly lit interrogation room is set in the middle of the decaying parlor and the tantalizing, terrifying tale is told in a series of fast paced flashbacks. Was Roderick evil or was it the house? You will find out at the stunning conclusion.

  20. Harmony Free Fair

    August 30, All Day @ Harmony Free Fair

    Stage Shows, Animal and Mechanical Pulling, Midway, Demolition Derby, Livestock, and exhibit halls. For more information call Jeff Chadbourne 207-683-5873

  21. Monthly Public Supper Everyone Welcome

    August 30, 5:00 p.m. @ Centenary United Methodist Church

    Monthly Supper for more details call Pastor Richard Dorian

  22. Saturday Socials Skowhegan Sportsman's Club Public Welcome

    August 30, 5:00 p.m. @ Skowhegan Sportman's Club

    A good time to target practice, play pool, play darts, meet good people and have fun

  23. THE FALL of the HOUSE of USHER -- Lakewood Theater

    August 30, 8:00 p.m. @ Lakewood Theater

    By Edgar Allen Poe and Adapted by Jack Neary. A riveting new adaptation of the classic Poe tale, re-invented as a detective thriller, set in 1930's Boston. In the bleak hours before dawn a house burns to the ground, the once elegant manse of the Usher family.The dilapidated musty, old ruin has become a heap of smoldering ashes. Two charred bodies are discovered. The peaceful sleep of Boston Detective Michael Shaughnessy has been interrupted and now he is seeking the how, who, and why of the fall of the House of Usher. Shaughnessy interrogates James, a successful author and childhood friend of Roderick and Madeline Usher. The brightly lit interrogation room is set in the middle of the decaying parlor and the tantalizing, terrifying tale is told in a series of fast paced flashbacks. Was Roderick evil or was it the house? You will find out at the stunning conclusion.

  24. Harmony Free Fair

    August 31, All Day @ Harmony Free Fair

    Stage Shows, Animal and Mechanical Pulling, Midway, Demolition Derby, Livestock, and exhibit halls. For more information call Jeff Chadbourne 207-683-5873

  25. THE FALL of the HOUSE of USHER -- Lakewood Theater

    August 31, 4:00 p.m. @ Lakewood Theater

    By Edgar Allen Poe and Adapted by Jack Neary. A riveting new adaptation of the classic Poe tale, re-invented as a detective thriller, set in 1930's Boston. In the bleak hours before dawn a house burns to the ground, the once elegant manse of the Usher family.The dilapidated musty, old ruin has become a heap of smoldering ashes. Two charred bodies are discovered. The peaceful sleep of Boston Detective Michael Shaughnessy has been interrupted and now he is seeking the how, who, and why of the fall of the House of Usher. Shaughnessy interrogates James, a successful author and childhood friend of Roderick and Madeline Usher. The brightly lit interrogation room is set in the middle of the decaying parlor and the tantalizing, terrifying tale is told in a series of fast paced flashbacks. Was Roderick evil or was it the house? You will find out at the stunning conclusion.