DINING GUIDE by liuhongmei


									10    The Town Line – March 24, 2011                                            CALENDAR                     OF      EVENTS
            PUBLIC MEALS                                                                                                        #179 - Wed. 5pm, Methodist                 sex, etc. Wed., April 6, 13, 6:30 pm,
UNITY: The Open Door, free break-
fast 7:30 - 8:30am; lunch 11:30 -
                                           Green Bean Movie Scene                                                               Church (Rte. 201). #348 - Wed.,
                                                                                                                                5:30pm, Lawrence HS Lib., 314-
                                                                                                                                                                           high school. register: 474-7553.
                                                                                                                                                                           VASSALBORO: Garden Fever
12:30pm, M-F. last full week of mo.                                                                                             9057. #118 - Thurs., 5:30 p.m.,            Workshop. Sat., April 16, 8:30 am -
at Community Center.                                                                                                            Nazarene Church, 238-6115.                 3:15 pm. programs all day. limited
SKOWHEGAN: Maple Breakfast,                                                                                                     WATERVILLE: TOPS #91, Thurs.               space, register early: 873-2108.
Tewksbury Hall, Sat., March 26, 7 -                                                                                             5:30 pm, Salvation Army. 453-2550.                        MUSIC
10 a.m., all welcome. 612-2571.                                                                                                            LIBRARY NEWS                    WATERVILLE: Pipe organ con-
NORTHPORT: VFW, all-you-can-                                                                                                    VASSALBORO: Public Library,                certs. Sun., 2 p.m., First Baptist
eat bean/casseroles, veggie choic-                                                                                              Wed., 2 -4 pm, Children’s story hour       Church, 1 Park St. March 27:
es. Sat., March 26, 4:30 - 6 p.m.,                                                                                              OAKLAND: Storytime Fri.,10:30              Annabeth French.
Rte 1. 323-2982.                                                                                                                a.m. Book Club, 2nd Tues., 6-8 p.m                     RECREATION
MADISON: American Legion bene-                                                                                                  WINSLOW: Library. Story Time:              SKOWHEGAN: Parks&Rec. Bingo,
fit spaghetti supper for scholarship                                                                                            Tues., March 29, 10am. Knitting            Thurs. 10 a.m. Free. 474-6901.
fund, Sat., March 26, 4:30 - 6 p.m.                                                                                             Circle: Fri., March 25, 1-3 pm.            SKOWHEGAN: Friday Bingo,
raffle, all welcome. 632-2051.                                                                                                  AUGUSTA: Lithgow Library, 626-             Amer. Legion, Rte 201 open 3:30
SO. CHINA: Cabin Fever chicken                                                                                                  2415. Rockin Readers, Thurs.,              pm, game 6:30. 474-2090.
BBQ, Sat., March 26, 4 - 6 p.m.,                                                                                                March 31, 6:30 pm., author Sarah           FRIENDSHIP: Nelson Preserve
American Legion Post, benefits                                                                                                  Thomson; Sat., March 26, Cabin             trails workday, bring boots, pruners,
Boys and Girls State students.                                                                                                  Fever Crafts, 10 am. “Talking T-           Sat., March 26, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.,
SKOWHEGAN: Bean & casserole                                                                                                     shirt” bring washed shirt. 626-2415.       Rte. 97. 380-1370.
supper, Sat., March 26, 5 - 6 p.m.,        Bring your families and friends for an educational night out at the                               EDUCATION                                 EXHIBITIONS
Centenary Methodist Church.                Green Bean Movie Scene, sponsored by Sustain Mid Maine                               AUGUSTA: Old Fort Western                  WATERVILLE: Colby Museum of
AUGUSTA: Turkey dinner, Penney             Coalition. All are welcome to view three environmental movies,                       Maple Sugar Day. Sun., March 27,           Art. talk on Buddhist poetry, Wed.,
Mem. Baptist, Sat., March 26, 4:30         and enjoy refreshments by Starbucks. Doors open at KVCC                              1-3 p.m. re-enactors demo & his-           April 6, 12:30 p.m.; Open House,
- 6 pm., free, 622-6401.                   Carter Hall, Room 105, in Fairfield, at 4:30 p.m., Friday, March                     torical sugar-making demos,                Thurs., April 7, 4:30 p.m., live
MERCER: Comm. Center. Maple                25, with movies running from 5:10 - 8 p.m. Movies are Efficiency                     maple products on sale. Free.              music. Free. 859-5600.
syrup breakfast. Sun., March 27,           Maine, Trashed, and A Sense of Wonder, a biopict about Rachel                        FAIRFIELD: Federal Certificate             HALLOWELL: Young at Art 2011,
7:30-9 am, aids Historical House           Carson, a scene of which is shown here. Donations support the                        Tractor Safety Course, Hammond             thru March 26, Harlow Gallery.
VASSALBORO: Spaghetti/casse-               local environmental work of SMMC.                      Internet photo                Tractor, Mon., April 4-25, May 2,          KVAA Members Show & Sale. April
role supper. Fri., April 1, 5 - 6:30                                                                                            Adults, esp youth age 14-16.               1 - 23. Opens Fri., April 1, 5 - 8 pm.
p.m., No. Vassalboro Fire Station,                                                                                              Register by Mon., March 28,                          ENTERTAINMENT
for dam repairs and preservation.               WEEKLY MEETINGS                       General. free. 626-1780.                  UMaine Extension. 800-287-1481.            HALLOWELL: Gaslight Theater
UNITY: Barn Raisers Community            SKOWHEGAN: Skow. Rotary,                     PALERMO: GriefShare, Palermo              RANDOLPH: Methodist Church.                auditions for Importance of Being
meal for all. Sat., April 2, 5 - 7 pm,   Tues., 2:15 p.m., Heritage House.            Christian Church, Sundays, 10:30          Sat., March 26, 9 am - 1pm, Prayer         Earnest. Sun., March 27, 2 p.m.,
supports Veggies for All                 SKOWHEGAN: Al-Anon, Tues. 7 -                a.m. FMI: 993-2636.                       for Everyday Living. 11:30 a.m.,           and Mon., March 28, 6:30 p.m.
             FUNDRAISER                  8 pm. Federated Church, Island               WATERVILLE: Breastfeeding sup-            author Kate Braestrup. 582-5188.                     MUSKIE CENTER
CANAAN: Elementary School PTF            Ave. 800-498-1844.                           port group, Babies welcome. Fri., 1       AUGUSTA: Local history lectures.           WATERVILLE: Muskie Community
Longaberger Basket Bingo. Fri,           VASSALBORO: Citizens Alliance                pm, Inland. 861-3100.                     Learning Gallery, Augusta City Ctr.        Center, 38 Gold St. Open to all. For
March 25, open 5 pm, games 6:30          of Vassalboro, Tues., 7 p.m. FMI:            WATERVILLE: Food Addicts in               16 Cony St. Free. 1 p.m., Sundays          daily programs, menus: 873-4745,
food, must be 18 to play. 474-3901.      873-6515                                     Recovery Anon., Inland, Fri., 6:30        through April 17.                          www.spectrumgenerations.org.
SOLON: Congregational Church             AUGUSTA: Al-Anon group, Tues. 7              p.m., 397-5711.                           WATERVILLE: Lecture on book                RSVP at least 48 hrs ahead. Fri.,
spring food sale, Sat., March 26, 9      p.m., St. Mark’s Church basement.            AUGUSTA: Food Addicts in                  illumination, Given Auditorium,            March 25, Rheumatoid Arthritis
a.m. - noon. Goodies to go.              AUGUSTA: WISDUM, for adults                  Recovery Anon., MEGeneral. Sun.,          Colby. Wed., March 30, 7:30 p.m.           seminar. 1-2 pm, Free. Sun., March
BELFAST: Local food potluck/ vari-       experiencing life changes. Monday.           6:30 p.m., 623-8375.                      WINSLOW: SRLT discussion on                27, 10 am., Maple Sunday trip,
ety show. Wed., March 30, 5-8 p.m.,      7-9:30 pm; St. Paul Center, 136              WALDOBORO: Food Addicts in                land trust in Winslow. 6:30 p.m.,          must pre-register. Thurs., March 31,
UU Church, benefits Troy Howard          State St. Newcomers welcome.                 Recovery Anon, Thurs, 6:30pm.,            Thurs., March 31, Public Library.          9-10 am. Container Gardens. Fri.,
Mid. Sch. Garden Proj. 338-2532.         WINDSOR:         Capital   Carvers,          Am. Legion, 832-0478.                     CHINA: China Primary School                April 1, 11 am - noon, Happy Feet &
              CRAFT FAIR                 Thurs., 6 - 8 pm, Gunning’s work-            UNITY: Celebrate Recovery potluck         Kindergarten screening. Fri., April        Your Health. Mondays, April 4 - 25,
AUGUSTA: Community Craft Fair            shop off Legion Park Rd. George,             meeting for all. Fri., 6 - 9 pm. Unity    1, For appt; 445-1550.                     1 - 2 p.m. Learn Line Dancing.
by artists with mental illness. Green    445-2078 or Lloyd, 445-2688.                 Comm. Ctr. 557-1625.                      OAKLAND: Kindergarten screen-
St. Methodist, Fri., March 25, 6-8       UNITY: Unity Area Rotary, Tues.,             WINSLOW: MS support group, last           ing, Atwood Elem School, Tues.,
pm, Sat., March 26, 9 am-4 pm.                                                                                                  April 5, For appt: 465-3411.                  “Zeitgeist—Moving Forward”
                                         4:30 p.m., Crosstrax Neighborhood            Wed, of mo, Winslow Library, 6 p.m.
               FESTIVAL                  Deli, Depot Street.                          SKOWHEGAN: Tobacco Ces-                   SIDNEY: Kindergarten screening,
FAIRFIELD: Healing Arts &Psychic                   ORGANIZATIONS                      sation, 1st & 3rd Thurs. 5:30 pm,         James Bean School. Wed., April 6,              “Zeitgeist” refers to the general char-
Fair. Sat., March 26, 10 am- 4 pm,       PALERMO: Branch Mills Grange                 RFGH, register: 858-2318.                 For appt: 547-3395.                         acteristic of a certain period of time.
Comm. Ctr. benefits homeless             meets 1st & 3d Thursday of month.            SKOWHEGAN: Cancer Support,                FAIRFIELD: KVCC Annex, 8 hr                 People are wondering how we got into
SKOWHEGAN: Maple Festival thru           UNITY: Benjamin Berry American               last Tues. of month, 5 p.m. RFGH,         workshop on home energy                     the problems of economy, environment
Sun., March 27, 612-2571.                Legion Post, 7 p.m., Fri., April 8,          free, FMI: 858-2119.                      improvements, April 2, 8 a.m. - 4           andcatastrophes. Some of what is
WATERVILLE: Women’s Wellness             Legion Hall, Windemere. 722-4452.            SKOWHEGAN: Lo-Carb Connec-                p.m. Register and pay: 453-5134             offered in the film, “Zeitgeist—Moving
Fair, Thomas College. Sat., April 2,     WATERVILLE: KV Tea Party                     tion, Diabetes free support group.        AUGUSTA: KVCC 4 hr wrkshp for               Forward,” might be surprising, but
9 am - 2 pm.SMMC energy booth;           Patriots, 1st/3rd Thurs. 660-5602            1st Tues., 6:30 p.m., RFGH. April:        builders on MUBEC. April 2, 8 a.m.          uplifting, a super movie to inspire sus-
health & wellness info, tests, food.     GARDINER:         Gardiner/Augusta           “Depression.” 858-2261.                   - noon. Buker Comm. Ctr. Register           tainability. The movie will be shown at
         FARMERS MARKET                  Lions Club supper mtgs, 1st/3rd                    HEALTH and FITNESS                  and pay: 453-5134, 453-5119.                6:30 p.m., on Friday, March 25, at the
WASHINGTON: Indoor farmers               Mon. 6:30 p.m., 485-7100.                    SKOWHEGAN: 8 weeks to well-               WATERVILLE: “Balloons with a                Palermo Community Center. All are
market & lunch. Evening Star             AUGUSTA: Nature Club noon                    ness webinar. Tues., 7-8 pm., April       Twist” for kids K - 5th grade, by           welcome. Potluck supper is at 5:45 p.m..
Grange. 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Sat.,          lunch, Wed., March 30, “Aquatic              5-May 24. Register; 474-7473x207,         Wingnut the Clown, Mon., April 18,             Call Connie at 993-2294 for informa-
weekly in April. 845-2140.               plants” CATC. guests ok. 633-5227.                WEIGHT MANAGEMENT                    1- 3 p.m., 74 Main St. below                tion. The Center is 1 1⁄4 miles south of
              YARD SALE                  PALERMO: Snowmobile Club,                    ALBION: TOPS weigh-in/meeting,            Barrels. Register by April 4: 465-
DAMARISCOTTA:             CLC YMCA                                                                                              7411, antoniasmith@earthlink.net.           Route 3 on Turner Ridge Road at
                                         Mon., April 4, Sheepscot Fish &              Mondays, 8:30 a.m. Lovejoy Health                                                     Veterans Way. The event is free; dona-
indoor yard sale, Sat., March 26, 9      Game. new members welcome.                   Ctr. FMI: 445-2425.                       SKOWHEGAN: Parents of teens. 2
a.m. - 1 pm. 563-3477.                                                                OAKLAND: TOPS#Me96, Tues., 5-             sessions on talking about drugs,            tions are gratefully accepted.
                                         Bob, 993-2051.
        MONTHLY MEETINGS                         SUPPORT GROUPS                       7:30 p.m., United Baptist. 45
WATERVILLE: Widows/Widowers,             WATERVILLE: Widows: 1st & 3rd                Church St., 465-3465.

2nd/4th Thurs., 10 am. Hospice           Mon, 6 pm. Hospice Ctr., 873-3615.           SKOWHEGAN:                TOPS#351,
Volunt. Ctr, 873-3615.                   WATERVILLE: Hospice Antici-                  Thurs., 9:30 am, Skowhegan
PALERMO: Historical Society,             patory Grief group, Wed., 3 - 4:30           Grange, 474-2568. #248 Mon., 4:30
fourth Tuesday of month, 7 p.m. at       p.m., 873-3615 x 15.                         pm., Notre Dame De Lourdes.
Worthing House.                          AUGUSTA: Hospice, men’s grief,               FAIRFIELD: TOPS#134 - Mon.

PALERMO: Palermo Snowmobile              1st/3rd Mon, 5:30 pm. Maine-                 4:45 pm, First Baptist., 238-8618.
Club, first Mon., April 4, 7 p.m.,
Sheepscot Lake Fish & Game
Clubhouse, Rte 3. Bob, 993-2051                                                               Where food, friends, family
WASHINGTON: Gibbs Library
                                                                                               and fun come together.
Internet Cafe first Mon. of month, 4
- 7 p.m. All are welcome
OAKLAND: Messalonskee Trail                                                              Open Tues. - Sun.                                                   The Town Line
Riders ATV Club, 2nd Tues., Davis
home, Smithfield Rd.                                                                    7 a.m. for breakfast                                                              Newspaper
speakers, 2nd and 4th Mon. of mo.;
6 p.m. open to all. Bountiful                                                       BREAKFAST                                                                      Small • $11.54 a week
                                                                                                                                                                   Large • $22.70 a week
Blessings. 42 North Ave. 858-4244.
PALERMO:         Sheepscot
Fish/Game, 2nd Fri., April 8, 6:30
                                  Lake                                              BUFFETNoon
                                                                                    Sunday 7 am to
                                                                                                                                                               13 consecutive week contract
                                                                                                                                                                           To Advertise Contact
pm., potluck meeting. Guests wel-
come. SLFG Club House.
                                                                                      regular breakfast menu also available                                                445-2234
                                                      NEW MID-WEEK SPECIALS
                                                    (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)                                             BOND BROOK
Announce your                                                                                                                     PANCAKE HOUSE
                                                                      NEW! CHEF PATRICK’S
                                             TWO PLUS                   WEEKLY DINNER
                                                                                                                                 “Best Little Eatin’ Place in Town”
                                                                                                                                                                           Chinese Restaurant
  Holy Week                                   FOR $20                       FEATURE-
                                                                         NEW FEATURE
                                                                                                                                      179 Mt. Vernon Ave.,
                                                                                                                                     Augusta, Maine 04330                     Ming Lee Welcomes You!
Church Services                                (lunch and dinner)
                                            Choose from selected
                                                                          EVERY WEEK!
                                                                           Please join us for
                                                                                                                                               Owners Kim & Mike
                                                                                                                                                                           Luncheon Specials –
    Here!                                   menu and receive two        DUCK CONFIT WITH                                                       Mon. - Fri. 5 am to 2 pm    Dinner Combinations
                                                                                                                                                 Sat. 6 am to 2 pm
                                           entrees* and an appetizer BLACKBERRY DEMI GLAZE                                                       Sun. 7 am to 1 pm         Szechuan & Mandarin
                                                                                       Available Tuesday, March 29 thru
                                            *Entree portions slightly smaller                  Saturday, April 3                                                           Dishes
    Cost $21.00                                than regular menu items,
                                                                                     Still available until March 27 - Garlic                                               Sun.-Thurs.,
    published in                             Same Delicious Home                     Chicken. A boneless chicken thigh
                                                                                                                                                                           11 am-9 pm
   our Holy Week
                                                Cooked Food!                         simply seasoned with garlic powder,
                                                                                     salt and pepper. Pan seared for a crispy
                                                                                                                                    Imagine                                Fri and Sat.,
                                              Same weekly specials                   skin, then oven roasted. Guaranteed to
                                                                                                                                                                           11 am-10 pm
     Directory                                available as always –                  melt in your mouth - no sauce needed
                                                                                     with this one! Served with your choice      Your Business                                365 Main St., Waterville
     Thursday,                                    4 pm to close                      of vegetable and potato or rice $13.95

      April 14
                                                            281 Lakeview Drive, Route 202, China, ME
                                                    445-5700 • Visit our web site www.chinadine-ah.com
                                                                                                                                   Card Here                               873-2828 or 873-2829
                                                                                                                                                                               at the Pine Tree Square Mall
                                                 Closed Monday • Tues, Wed & Thur 7 am - 8 pm Breakfast ‘til 11 am
                                             Fri & Sat 7 am - 9 pm Breakfast ‘til 11 am • Sun 7 am - 3 pm Breakfast ‘til Noon
                                                                                                                                                                           Dine-In or Take-Out


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