The 9th Annual BIG Truck Day (sponsored jointly by the Waterville Public Library and Public Works) will be held the morning of Thursday, August 13th, in the Concourse (where the Farmer’s Market is usually held). Each year, hundreds of visitors, young and old, enjoy a spectacular array of big trucks and equipment while having the opportunity to… Read more »
This will be our reply to violence: To make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before. – Leonard Bernstein | The Atlantic Music Festival returns to Colby July 6-Aug. 2 for its seventh season, with 17 public performances over three weeks. Performances begin Friday, July 10. Atlantic Music Festival’s mission… Read more »
The Greater Waterville Bike and Pedestrian Action Committee invites you to join them for weekly bike rides around the area every Thursday night at 6pm, leaving from the Downtown Waterville Farmers Market . The rides are really good for those just starting out. To stay up-to-date on future rides, like their group page… Read more »
Are you ready to get active? Looking for a free, supported walking program accessible and welcoming to all? Waterville Walks! is for you! Waterville Walks! is a volunteer supported, community walking program designed to get people of all ages moving, socially connected, and gaining the health benefits of regular exercise. Participants in this FREE program… Read more »
Barrels is a member-owned consumer cooperative, the first local foods cooperative market in the Waterville area. The Market specializes in local Maine foods and crafts, and has a cafe that serves hot meals, including weekend brunches, and prepared foods six days a week, using locally sourced foods. The Market also does catering and provides educational… Read more »
Based on the number of requests at the City’s April 15, 2015, Pay As You Throw (PAYT) Public Meeting, ecomaine is offering a recycling education series during the next few weeks, as follows: May 14, 1:00pm-6:00pm at the Concourse, Farmers’ Market: Join Lissa Bittermann (ecomaine Business Development Manager) at the Recycling Do’s & Don’ts Education Table May… Read more »
There will be a special election to consider repealing Pay As You Throw & single-stream curbside recycling on June 9, 2015. Polls will be open from 8am-8pm at the American Legion, 21 College Ave. FMI: http://www.waterville-me.gov/clerk/upcoming-election/
On Tuesday, June 9, there will be a Special Election to consider repealing Pay As You Throw (PAYT) and single-stream curbside recycling. Polls will be open on June 9 from 8am-8pm at the American Legion on College Avenue. For voting info, visit: www.waterville-me.gov/clerk.
FYI – Summit Natural Gas will be working in downtown Waterville mid-May through possibly the end of June. The impact should be minimal as most of the work will entail installing service lines from the existing distribution lines to businesses and residences. Service lines take less than a day to install so any road closures… Read more »
Attached below are the April/May/June 2015 Downtown Loyalty Coupons for participating downtown businesses. Each coupon is clickable and will connect you to a business website. View attachment To VIEW or PRINT INDIVIDUAL COUPONS within our Shop Local directory, please click here and select “Deals and Coupons.” Thanks for supporting your local small businesses!