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03.26ASK Grants Deadline Extended
04.06Community Forestry Grants


05.16Maine Procurement Assistance
05.29Advisory Committee Mtg, Rt 129/130 Corr Mgmt Plan
06.14Damariscotta Oyster Celebration
06.16Somerville Open Farm Day
06.16Waldoboro Day
06.19LCRPC Annual Meeting

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Advisory Committee Mtg, Rt 129/130 Corr Mgmt Plan

The second Advisory Committee meeting will be Tuesday, May 29, 6:00 PM at the South Bristol Town Office.

This is a work session, and is open to the public.
Questions, please contact [email protected], or phone, 207-882-5986.
Time: 6 pm  
Location: South Bristol Town Office, 470 Clarks Cove Road    


Maine Procurement Assistance

Maine Procurement Technical Assistance Counselor Bryan Wallace is currently accepting appointments at the LCRPC office for Wed, May 16  from 9 to 11 am. He is also willing to meet with you at your business.

Maine PTAC works with Maine-based companies interested in selling their products and/or services to local, state or federal government agencies, either as prime contractors or subcontractors. Bryan can assist companies to identify opportunities, develop marketing strategies and guide you through the complex process of government registrations and assist you in becoming a qualified government contractor. In addition, Maine PTAC can assist you with proposal preparation and post-award assistance. 

If you’re  interested in making government contracting a part of your business plan, please drop into the LCRPC or email Bryan Wallace at [email protected]. There is no cost for Maine PTAC assistance. For more information about Maine PTAC services please visit  

Time: 9:00 am  
Location: LCRPC, 297 Bath Road, Wiscasset    


Somerville Open Farm Day

The Somerville Farmers Market is a group of farmers and homesteaders who have come together to support each other in their ventures working the land – learning from each other’s expertise; sharing resources; lending a helping hand; and building friendships.

This is the second year of their OPEN FARM DAY (rain date is Sunday, June 17). Check out the participating farmers and download a map HERE -- make a day of getting to know this special part of Lincoln County and the amazing families and farms! 


Time: 11 am  
Location: Somerville    


LCRPC Annual Meeting

Tuesday, June 19, the LCRPC celebrates 8 years as a regional planning commission serving Lincoln County. Our guest speaker Erin Cooperrider from Community Housing of Maine will discussing housing issues, and tools and strategies for local and regional approaches.
We'll have a brief business meeting to elect officers and executive committee representatives. Come join us and other Lincoln County officials and residents for hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar. There is no charge to attend, and it's open to the public. 
Invitations with registration info will be coming shortly! 
Time: 5:00 pm  
Location: 1812 Farm, 1297 Bristol Road, Bristol    


Waldoboro Day

Lots happening in Waldoboro this weekend!

The Parade in the village starts the day, and continues with a full day of fun, food, music, art walk, chalk art contest. Sporting events include 5K road race, obstacle course, Dunk Tank and Bounce House. Cruise-In to Waldoboro Day for Antique cars at Miller School at 11am; Waldoboro Day Talent Show at AD Gray at 2pm. Many more events throughout the day! Among the food and craft vendors many community organizations will have information booths. Don’t miss some of the best mid-coast fireworks at 9pm. 

Check in with the Waldoboro Business Association.

Location: Waldoboro Village    


Damariscotta Oyster Celebration

Celebrating an oyster culture dating back to 200 B.C., the communities of the Damariscotta River Region invite oyster lovers from around the world to Maine for the first annual Damariscotta Oyster Celebration, June 14 -16, 2018.

Maine’s Damariscotta River and estuaries produce a unique oyster crop that is recognized around world for diversity of flavor and quality. The Damariscotta Oyster Celebration was spearheaded by an alliance of Damariscotta oyster farmers to educate and inspire oyster culinary innovations in food, drink and culture.

The three-day celebration kicks off on Thursday, June 14, with chefs from North America competing in the International Oyster Chef of the Year competition at the Boothbay Harbor Oceanside Golf Resort.  

On Friday, June 15, experience Tour de Source, a behind the scenes look at the Damariscotta oyster community. Meet the oyster farmers, and tour and taste your way around the bounty of the Damariscotta River. Experience local oyster farms, local food and beverage producers, the latest aquaculture innovations at the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center, and choose from optional tours to the historic oyster middens.

Friday night brings together top chefs from the Damariscotta region to showcase the local food and flavors at Taste Maine’s Future at Round Top Farm.

On Saturday, June 16, the Damariscotta Oyster Celebration culminates with oyster shuckers from top restaurants in the United Sates and Canada going head-to-head in a timed competition for the Can-Am Shuck Star. The competition will be hosted in downtown Damariscotta with the celebration including more oyster tasting, beverage pairings, and music.

For complete info on participating oyster farmers and other establishments, please head to Damariscotta Oyster Celebration.