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Colorful plastic eggs are waiting to be filled

Colorful plastic eggs are waiting to be filled and scattered for an Easter Egg hunt.

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Compiled by Carolyn Cadigan

An eggcellent way to celebrate Easter: Addy’s would like to put on a community egg hunt at Number One Pond on March 30 at noon. They are seeking help from other businesses, church groups, clubs, teams or anyone who is interested. Stuff and hide eggs, set up a basket-making table, create an egg coloring station or come up with any idea that will make the gathering a wholesome family celebration of the holiday. FMI and to join in the planning, go here.

Calling all artists: The Sanford Arts Commission is seeking feedback from artists in Sanford/Springvale and surrounding locations who would like to have access to a studio working space in the area. It could be a personal studio space or a shared space. They have put together a short survey to understand the level of interest as well as input on pricing and the studio features needed. Fill out the survey here.

Sanford Babe Ruth names its 2024 board of directors: Having experienced several transitions over the past 45+ years, the Sanford Babe Ruth Baseball League is pleased to announce that the tradition will continue for the 2024 season. FMI on this season and the new Board of Directors, visit here.

Main Street Memo – Edition 32 is now available: Be in the know about the latest news and announcements in Sanford. Access the latest publication here.

Artists setting up for a 2023 Art Walk in Sanford

Artists are setting up for a 2023 Art Walk in Sanford. The second season of Art Walks will begin on April 12.

Photo 2 Credit: Michelle McCarthy

Take a walk on the creative side: The Sanford Arts Commission has announced the second season of Art Walks, which will be held the second Friday of each month, 2 pm to sunset, starting April 12. There is no registration and no fees required. FMI, go here.

Seeking feedback to improve YCCAC service: York County Community Action Corp. (YCCAC) is asking riders for feedback about the bus service in town. “The Agency as a whole is making it a priority to get direct input on services from our clients,” wrote Transportation Director Tom Reinauer. “We also are interested in hearing how we are doing and if there is anything we can improve from the rider perspective.” The survey is in French, Spanish, Portuguese and Lingala. Find the survey here.

It’s all fun and games: Toddle Time will continue for toddlers aged 4 and under at the Memorial Gym Cafe through March 27. The group meets Wednesdays from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm. The cost is $2 per child payable at the Cafe. Use Door #6. Parents must stay with their children. FMI, visit here.

Improvements at Nasson dental and medical facility: Nasson Health Care is undergoing a significant expansion project at their Springvale location that will not only increase the capacity of their dental and medical exam rooms but will also enable them to enhance the patient experience. The project is expected to be completed this fall.

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