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On April 22 and 23 at the Nasson Little Theatre, Floreymare productions in conjunction with the Opening Night Players will be performing The Painter In The Port, an original work written by Michael P. Dalleo and directed by Michael and Mary Anne Dalleo.  In this thrilling psychodrama, Jack Werner paints to forget his past. With his first exhibition approaching, Jack stumbles headfirst into his own nightmare. When some residents go missing, it’s up to the Sheriff and his goofy deputy to get to the bottom of things.  With a colorful cast of characters, The Painter in the Port will reveal one of life’s true victims.  The cast features Jim Zibailo, Jay MacDougal, Sally DeCost, Julia Schultze, Sammie Dalleo, Lisa Richmond, Michael Mazur, Fleurette Bannon, Peggy Driscoll, Laura Josiah and Fred Boyle.  Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased here or at the Theatre.

Parsons Memorial Library, located at 27 Saco Rd. in Alfred, has invited Sanford and Springvale residents to take advantage of its Seed Library. You may “check out” envelopes of seeds, and “return them” by

  • Bringing back seeds from what you have grown, or
  • Bringing in different seeds (1 new packet = 5 envelopes of seeds), or
  • Donating a small fee

For the upcoming Patriot’s Day holiday, there will be no changes to the rubbish/recycling pickup schedule for the week of April 18-22. All City offices will be closed Monday, April 18. The Transfer Station and Demo Debris Area will be closed on Tuesday, April 19. If you have any questions, please call the Public Works Department at (207) 324-9140.

Want to take advantage of programs at the Sanford-Springvale YMCA, but don’t have a sitter for the baby? The Y has expanded its Prime Time “while you’re at Y” child watch program to include 1-year-olds. They’ll watch your other kids, up through age 12, too! This service is available to Y members at no extra charge Monday through Saturday from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and Monday-Thursday evenings from 4:30-7:30.

Looking for a rewarding volunteer opportunity? The Sanford-Springvale YMCA is looking for reading mentors for its On the Same Page program. Volunteers will be trained as reading mentors and will be matched with a mentee in first, second or third grade. Interested? Contact Jordan Godin at to learn more about how you can make a difference in the life of a child in our community! This program is a part of Book Explorers, brought to you by the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy.

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