Upcoming Events

Town of Dexter Departmental Budget Meetings – Budget Schedule 2016-2017

TOWN OF DEXTER SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR OPPORTUNITY –
Due to a generous gift from the Bill and Joan Alfond Foundation the Town of Dexter will host a summer camp which creates four (4) job opportunities for area youth.  Applicants must be between the ages of 16 and 25; live in towns of SAD #46; and they must be available the entire month of July.
All interested applicants may obtain an application from the Recreation Director at 10 Hall Street, the Town Office at 23 Main Street {during normal business hours}, or print out here. TOWN OF DEXTER CAMP COUNSELOR APPLICATION  All applications must be received at the town office by 4:00 PM on Tuesday, May 10, 2016. The Town of Dexter is an equal opportunity employer.

FOR SALE BY BID –

The Town of Dexter is selling the following equipment by sealed bid.
1. 2008 Columbia Mower 1D248G20233
2. 1995 John Deere Mower Model 325 M00325B011767
3. 2005 John Deere Z-Trak Mower (with no motor) Model 717A
4. 2010 John Deere Mower Model LA105 GXA105A347036

This equipment is available for inspection at the Town of Dexter Highway Garage by calling 207-270-0207. Sealed bids must be received by Wednesday, May 11, 2016 at 4:00 PM and addressed to:

Town of Dexter Equipment Bid
23 Main Street
Dexter, Maine 04930.
The Town of Dexter reserves the right to accept/reject any or all bids.

 

Announcing a free lecture/slideshow series, sponsored by DDATT and Dexter Library. — “Energy, Ecology, Earth & Evolution” —  by Alder Stone Fuller (PhD, evolutionary ecology), Saturdays through May 14, 11 am – 12:30 pm, at Abbott Memorial Library, Dexter ME (EXCEPT April 16, which will be at Millworks on Church St, Dexter).
This series will explain how our understanding of four concepts — energy, ecology, Earth and evolution — has been profoundly enhanced and greatly simplified by the complexity sciences.  (Note: the complexity sciences are also very relevant for permaculture and holistic management; operation of successful organizations, companies, corporations and institutions; health and healing; and virtually everything else.)During 2016, this lecture series will be offered in multiple towns in our region, and evolve into a learning community project involving both classroom activity and outdoor experiences, applying the ideas in nature while practicing both modern and traditional outdoor living skills and survival skills.  A video series will also be produced.

May 6, 2016 – DDATT First Friday Film 6 PM at the Abbott Memorial Library. Community Currency is the topic of the month.  We’ll show a couple of short videos and then open up for discussion while enjoying each other’s company and some light refreshments.  We’ll kick everyone out by 8:30 so all can get a good night’s sleep, and get up early the next morning all eager to start rearranging our economic future! “In economics, a local currency, is a currency that can be spent a particular area at participating organizations. Usually it will act as a complementary currency, that is to be used in addition to a national currency, rather than replace it. The purpose is to encourage spending within the local community, especially with locally owned businesses. This may also help reduce environmental footprints. The currency may not be backed by a national government or be legal tender. As a tool of fiscal localism, local currency can raise awareness of the state of about the local economy They are useful for people who are unfamiliar or uncomfortable with traditional bartering. They encompass a wide range of forms, both physically and financially, and often are associated with a particular economic discourse.”  Wikipedia.

May 7, 2016 – Dexter Sunrise Kiwanis Bike Rodeo 9-11 am at Ridge view Community School.

May 7, 2016 — 11 am – 12:30 pm. Free lecture/slideshow series, sponsored by DDATT and Dexter Library. — “Energy, Ecology, Earth & Evolution”.  Earth — How the temperature and chemistry 
of our atmosphere and oceans have self-regulated 
at conditions suitable for life for 3.5 billion years.

May 7, 2016 – “The Hyssongs” in concert at the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church at 7 pm.

May 14, 2016 — 11 am – 12:30 pm. Free lecture/slideshow series, sponsored by DDATT and Dexter Library. — “Energy, Ecology, Earth & Evolution”. Evolution — Natural selection and genetic mutation are not sufficient to fully understand evolution.  Several new factors of equal importance will be explained, including self-organization & symbiosis.

August 13, 2016  – 1st annual ‘Maine Red Hot Dog Festival’ fundraiser. Activities planned on this day will be a breakfast, a 5K ‘bun’-run and a 1-mile kids fun-‘bun’-run, over 200 feet of inflatable obstacle courses for all ages, live entertainment on stage all day including The Mallett Brothers Band, food contests, a hot-dog eating contest, a silent auction, children’s games, food and craft vendors, and much more. Plus, plenty of ‘red snappers’, donated by W.A. Bean (Maine’s only remaining producer of hot dogs), will be cooked and served a number of different ways by members of the DRC.

 

 

 


 

 


 

 

 

 

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