There will be NO CHANGE in Milo's Tuesday curbside pick-up.
Glass Paradox Open House
* ACCUMULATIONS. SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 6 TO 12 INCHES POSSIBLE. NO ICE ACCUMULATION.
* IMPACTS.HIGH IMPACT PRIMARILY FOR TRAVEL.
* WINDS. NORTH 10 TO 20 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 30 MPH.
* TEMPS. MID 20'S TO LOWER 30'S.COOLEST NORTH.
Hunters' Breakfast !
Come to the Christmas Craft Fair !
BJHS Alumni Hall in Brownville Junction
The Annual Turkey Supper is sponsored by the LaGrange Fire Association
On Saturday, November 8 at 1:00 pm., the Milo Historical Society will investigate a few of history’s mysteries. Guest speaker, Sonia Mallar, Regent of the Frances Dighton Williams Chapter - Daughters of the American Revolution will solve these in her entertaining and informative program, Myth or Truth: Stories We’ve Heard About Early America. As a Correspondent Docent for the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Museum, located in Washington, DC, Mrs Mallar has presented a variety of their programs over the past fifteen years. Because this is the 125 Anniversary of the DAR, Mrs Mallar will also speak about the museum’s impressive historic collection, including a description of Maine’s Period Room, found in the museum. It is decorated and cared for solely by Maine Daughters of the American Revolution.
Myth or Truth is a program that will interest people of all ages.
The Milo Historical Society accepts monetary donations which aid in preserving the history of our community and our country.
For more information, please contact Victoria Eastman at 207.943.2400.
Hobnobbers is excited to offer a night with East Coast Ghost Trackers on Saturday November 8th.