Warm temperatures were not enough to keep people from Triangle Park and The Cormier Experience last week. The pair played a variety of music, from fan favorites to originals that paid tribute to the area and its history. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon)
The biologists at Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge have trail cameras set out on the refuge, allowing them to capture some of the resident wildlife. Shown here is a pair of moose strolling along. The refuge's Facebook page explained that moose are not typically easy to find, so the cameras are a great asset to view them and other wildlife. (Photo by FWS)
Last week, Red Knights ME Chapter 5 presented the Calais Lions Club with a donation from the Blaine McLaughlin Ride for Charity. The check totalled just over $2,000, which will all go directly to the Lions Santa’s Helpers Program.
If there was such a thing as perfect weather for a concert, last Tuesday night at Triangle Park was it. For the third concert of the summer series, Keltic Schmeltic took to the stage playing a variety of Celtic tunes for the largest turnout of the summer so far. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon)
Aroostook Mental Health Services, Inc. (AMHC) is pleased to announce that it has opened an adult crisis stabilization unit (ACSU) at 127 Palmer Street in Calais. The ACSU joins AMHC’s other services in the same location.
Last Tuesday’s Music on the Green had something for everyone when the Steele Hill Band took the stage. The group played a variety of music that had something for every type of listener and kept the attendees singing along with longtime radio favorites. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon)