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What to do this weekend?

The wind has shifted and makes a different noise in the trees, our sweaters are airing in the sunshine and we’re roasting tomatoes for the winter every afternoon…until we start with the apples for butter and fruit leather.

It’s Fall on Penobscot Bay.  No clouds in the sky.  Every where you look there are harvest celebrations and quieter activities to enjoy.  This morning the following list of weekend events showed up in my e-mail box:

Maine Lighthouse Day  The U.S. Coast Guard, the State of Maine and the American Lighthouse Foundation are pleased to announce the second annual Maine lighthouse open house.   Last year, hundreds of people visited lighthouses along the Maine coast in the largest effort of its kind in the nation.

FMI: Website

A self guided tour around our little place with great local food from us and around the county.  Time: 11:30 a.m. – to 3:00 p.m.  Cost $10 per person, $18 per couple, kids under 12 eat free

Menu: Our roast pig, pasture raised grilled chicken, potato, slaw, carrot, and green salads, homemade baked beans, veggie kabobs!!! (deserts to be announced)   We’ll have iced tea and water, please BYOB if you would like.   Location 72 Rowe Hill Rd. Morrill  Don’t hesitate to RSVP  No dogs please.

Come one, come all.   Rose and Wess of The Farmetta Farm

September 19, 2010 will the 8th annual pie baking competition, pie eating, story-telling and music extravaganza at the Belfast Boathouse from 1-4 pm! Admission is free, pies are $1 a slice.  Located at the Belfast Boathouse

Contact Info : FMI contact Susan Guthrie at 338-6140 Check our FaceBook page for complete information.  Email :249highstreet@gmail.com

Have I ever mentioned that Fall is the prettiest time in Maine?

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