The draw took place today a little after 9:30am at the Nobleboro Historical Society. The star of the show was the three year old granddaughter of one of our committee members. She boldly reached into the Big Jug containing 620 ticket stubs and took out #1265. In her audience was a Mr Bryant of Pennsylvania […]
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9:30am on Labor Day at Nobleboro Historical Center (small building next to Nobleboro Central High School). Public welcome.
The draw for the quilt raffle takes place on Labor Day September 5 at the Nobleboro Historical Society — Last days to view the quilt or buy tickets. See photo and information at https://damariscottamills.org/quilt-raffle/
A custom made quilt, by Betty Lu Brydges, will be raffled to raise funds in order to replace the 70 year old foot bridge that spans the pools of the Fish Ladder. The quilt can be viewed at the Skidompha Public Library on Main Street in Damariscotta from February 17 until August 31. 700 raffle tickets […]
Yet again no festival this year, but we will be at the Fish Ladder on weekends to welcome visitors and, in other posts below this, we have announced a road race, a concert and a raffle quilt. Keep checking here for more information about our plans. The alewives run during May 1-June 15, but most […]
We sold 589 of 700 tickets at 6 for $25, raising $2390 for the Fish Ladder after subtracting our costs. This does not include $540 for printing an inventory of unsold quilt squares which we hope to sell in Alewife Festivals to come, perhaps with another quilt raffle! The raffle came out far better than […]
Christine Ruffley with ticket 253. We had a small crowd of 11 people cheering as Mary Chase drew the ticket.
The Draw for the Quilt Raffle is at 4pm tomorrow (Labor day) in front of the Fish House. Spectators please wear masks. Thank you to everyone who bought tickets and waited so patiently! Today is the last day for online ticket sales.
The Draw will be held on Labor Day September 7. Tickets are still available. Alternatively, you can pick up tickets for $5 each or 6 for $25 from David Brydges — call or text 207 832 1790.