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Behold, how good and how pleasant for brothers and sisters to dwell together in Unity         -- Psalm 133
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Town of Unity
American Legion Post 50
Business Directory
Comprehensive Plan
Unity Food Pantry
Friends of Lake Winnecook
Future MSAD3
The Garcelon House
Historical Society
Najean Shedyak Photography
Northern Solstice Alpacas
Rotary Club
Schools (RSU3)
Sebasticook Regional Land Trust
Unitel Phonebook
Unity Barn Raisers
Unity Centre for Performing Arts
Unity College
Unity Flower Shop
Unity Food Hub
Unity Forge
Unity Foundation
Unity Pond Pottery
Unity Raceway
Unity Station
Unity Utilities District
WERU Radio
Week of June 24, 2018

Monday June 25

Tuesday June 26
    Unity Historical Society Meeting 7 pm at the UHS Building, corner Main and Depot Streets. Logan Wadick will speak about the photo-scanning and Eagle Scout projects.



Wednesday June 27
  • Veggies For All Volunteer Morning 9 am to Noon. We are excited to report that we are almost all planted for the season! We had a great week of planting potatoes and are just about to sow the fall root crops. Now it is the time of year to keep things weeded and watered! Next week we'll be mulching the onion crop with generously donation woodchips and mulch hay. Stop by anytime between 9am and noon on Wednesday, June 27th at the Unity College field to lend a hand. Our Unity College field is located on Quaker Hill Rd., near the animal barn, across from the main entrance to the college campus. Coming from downtown Unity, it's your first left after you turn onto Quaker Hill Rd. The field is visible from the road and has a small white sign with "VFA" written in black letters.

  • Unity Planning Board Meeting 7 pm at the Town Office. Read minutes of past meetings.
Thursday June 28
Friday June 29
Tuesday July 3 Saturday July 7

Wednesday July 11
  • Sebasticook Regional Land Trust Monthly Speaker Series Restoring Connections to Place. 6:30 pm at 93 Main. For more information, please contact info@sebasticookrlt.org or call 948-3766.
    A 2018 Record Alewife Run. What Now? Diadromous Fish of the Kennebec River Basin: A look into the past, present and future of these species in central Maine. This talk by Nate Gray, Maine Department of Marine Resources, will explore the history of Diadromous fish in the Kennebec River basin in central Maine. An emphasis will be placed on fisheries restoration work.
Saturday July 14