On Wednesday, February 17, at 2 p.m. kids of all ages are invited to join Youth Services Librarian Claire Malina and Blue Hill Heritage Trust Outreach Coordinator Landere Naisbitt for an online Wild Sun Catchers workshop about seaweed, featuring two special guests. Kipp Quinby, Wild Sun Catchers veteran and co-owner of Sedgwick cranberry business Red Bog, will teach participants about the varieties of seaweed found in the Blue Hill area and demonstrate how to make prints or cards by pressing seaweed. Micah Woodcock, owner of Atlantic Holdfast, a local seaweed/sea vegetable company, will share some general information about seaweed, along with delicious recipes you can make with it.
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Callahan Mine cleanup continues
Major work set for this summer
Blue Hill Public Library
Wild Sun Catchers—Seaweed
Lobster tales and lobster facts featured in two new local books
Andrew Gove’s memoir and the Roops’ new ABC
Solar farm application leads to discussion of local ordinance
BLUE HILL—On Monday, November 16, members of Blue Hill select and planning boards discussed the pros and cons of amending the existing Commercial Site Plan Review Ordinance to address commercial solar farms, versus developing and adopting a separate commercial solar farm ordinance.
Lefty Fourchette, cuisinière
Lefty Fourchette est dans sa cuisine creating her prix fixe, table d’hôte, holiday menu.
SPCA pet matchmakers visit Blue Hill for adoption event
BLUE HILL—On Saturday, September 19, staff and volunteers from the Hancock County SPCA set up a booth at the Blue Hill Co-op for some “Pet Matchmaking.”
At Home Round Robin auction benefits elders-in-need
Sales generate $5,000
Pushcart Press releases third book by McCall
BROOKLIN—Rob McCall is one of those rare individuals who strives to share his vision of hope for now and for the future.
Golden seeks campaign finance reform, ‘good for democracy'
Raises $2.8 million for campaign, despite misgivings
American Academy of Arts and Letters honors Henderson
BROOKLIN—Earlier this year, Bill Henderson almost threw the letter he received from The American Academy of Arts and Letters in the trash.