Benefit To Raise Money for Charles Lindbergh Marker

The Village Heritage Society in Brunswick, Maine presents A benefit event to raise money to purchase a historical marker Colonel Charle's Lindbergh's landings in Brunswick, ME.  This event will begin at 1:00p.m. on Sarurday May 21, with a ground breaking cemeremony at the Brunswick Commerce Center (formerly Douglas Field) on Route 1.

Following the ceremony a social hour will begin at 2pm (door prizes, raffle sales, gourmet desserts) with a 3pm showing of "The Spirit of St. Louis" with legendary actor James Stewart, both held at the United #8 Masonic Hall, 65 Baribeau Dr., Brunswick.


Lindbergh "Boarding Pass" tickets are $10 for adults, $2.00 for children 6-12.  Uner 6 can enjoy the fun for free.  Boarding passes are available at Tontine Fine Candies, Warming's Market, Broadway Deli, Brunswick Variety and Deli or at the door.

For more information call 1-207-402-5826 or 1-207-443-4424


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Getting The Dirt On Bowdoin's 6th President

Students in Scott MacEachern's Essentials of Archaeology course are hoping they will become privy to secrets of 19th century life buried underground at the Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain House. In fact, the student archaeologists would like to find the remains of the privy itself.

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