Parish House Museum Open for the Season

Submitted by Susan Worcester on June 28, 2018 - 2:30pm

The Parish House Museum, 72 Church Street, Brownville is open for the 2018 season.

The museum is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 2pm. If you wish to visit at another time, please call Susan at 965-8070 or Marilyn at 943-7791.

The museum is the home of the Brownville-Brownville Junction Historical Society and is dedicated to the collection, perseveration and presentation of the unique history of the area including the Townships of Williamsburg and Ebeemee. You can find information about Brownville's quarries and mills, Brownville Junction's Canadian Pacific Railroad, area churches, schools and businesses as well as personal/family histories dating back to the Civil War.

You can also purchase Ken Hatchette's book, More Than a Train Yard and a Whistle Stop: The Canadian Pacific Railway's Brownville Division 1886 to 1963 and the revised version of that book, The Canadian Pacific Railroad in Brownville Junction, Maine 1886 to 1963.

The museum is hoping to gather a complete... Read More

Stay tuned! The B-BJ Historical Society is at work....

Submitted by Susan Worcester on June 28, 2018 - 11:21am

We are making preparations. Tick, tick, tick

For what, you ask? Tick, tick, tick

We know we can travel forward in time; however,
are we able to travel back in time? Tick, tick, tick, tick

Yes, you can see the past from the future. Tick, tick, tick, tick

Will history repeat itself? Tick, tick, tick, tick

Keep watching this site….it won’t be long now!!!

B-BJ Historical Society & the Parish House Museum

Milo Water District Public Notice

Submitted by Sethen on June 27, 2018 - 12:37pm

Bissell Brothers beers are beautiful on the inside and out

Linked from: Boston Globe
Submitted by Sethen on June 25, 2018 - 12:49pm

By Gary Dzen GLOBE STAFF  JUNE 05, 2018

Bissell Brothers Brewing Co. is a brewery made for the Instagram age.

Colorful cans and graphic B’s fill Bissell’s feed, popping off the screen as art pieces as much as advertisements. Good light (and tacos) always seem to fill the tap room in Portland, Maine. The hazy IPAs don’t need a filter.

A recent visit confirms the place is as stunning as the pictures, with polished concrete floors, high ceilings, and garage doors that open onto an airy patio. The current space, out by the airport and a music venue in a development called Thompson’s Point, opened in June 2016, and is Bissell’s second Portland location (the first was across the street from Allagash).

“The process was very nerve-wracking, but when the dust settled, I realized that everything had somehow gone almost exactly to plan,” cofounder Peter Bissell says of the move. “There’s not a day that goes by that I am not so thankful we took that chance.”

Peter and his brother Noah grew up in central... Read More

Milo Town Office Closed June 27th

Submitted by Sethen on June 24, 2018 - 6:22pm

The Milo Town Office will be closed 10-12 on Wednesday, June 27th for training. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Public Notice - Town of Milo

Submitted by Sethen on June 24, 2018 - 6:22pm

THE RAILROAD CROSSING AT THE BEGINNING OF LYFORD ROAD WILL BE SHUT DOWN JULY 10TH AND 11TH. MILO'S TRASH PICK UP FOR THE LYFORD ROAD AND DESMOND ROAD WILL BE MONDAY JULY 9TH.

$9.08M SAD 41 budget moved to Thursday’s referendum

Linked from: Piscataquis Observer
Submitted by Sethen on June 23, 2018 - 10:30am

Stuart Hedstrom • June 22, 2018

DOVER-FOXCROFT — A proposed 2018-19 SAD 41 budget of $9,077,841 was approved with all 15 articles passing with minimal discussion over 20 minutes during the annual district budget meeting on June 21 at the Penquis Valley School. The near $9.08 million total is now moved to a referendum in the district towns of Atkinson, Brownville, LaGrange and Mlo on Thursday, June 28 for a “yes” or “no” vote.

The budget for 2018-19 represents a $577,270 increase from the current year’s figure of about $8.5 million. Next year SAD 41 will be receiving about $5,730,900 in Essential Programs and Services (EPS) funds from the state, a $615,045 increase.

In order to receive the $5.73 million-plus the four SAD 41 communities need to raise $1,585,625. “The local required amount was up $16,694.75 from last year, that’s what is is required by the state in order to receive the EPS money,” Superintendent Michael Wright said.

Another $733,094 in... Read More

Three Rivers Kiwanis Yard Sale & Auction

Submitted by Sethen on June 20, 2018 - 4:49pm

Three Rivers Kiwanis contributes $2,000 for summer meals program

Linked from: Piscataquis Observer
Submitted by Sethen on June 20, 2018 - 4:13pm

Photo courtesy of Three Rivers Kiwanis
HELPING FEED KIDS THIS SUMMER — The Three Rivers Kiwanis of Milo/Brownville recently donated $2,000 to the summer meals program in Milo. The program provides free lunch for area children 18 and under from June 18 to Aug. 22 — no sign up or registration required. For more information on this program text “Summer Meals” to 97779, call 343-0171 or visit https://www.healthypiscataquis.com/summer-meals-calendar. Pictured are, from left, Three Rivers Kiwanis Club Secretary Nancy Harrigan, Milo Police Chief/Town Manager Damien Pickel and Three Rivers Kiwanis Club President Susan Schaffer.

2018 Summer Recreation

Submitted by Sethen on June 19, 2018 - 1:28pm

The Milo/Brownville Summer Recreation events are all in the Community Calendar!

We have also put together this file with all the various flyers.

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