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New Accessible Trail!

Universal Access Trail — 1/2 mile, open for walking, rated for wheeled mobility devices. Located in Bridgeton on the historic Peabody-Fitch Farm established in 1797.

Peabody-Fitch Woods (PFW) is a 252-acre forest surrounding the fields of Bridgton Historical Society’s (BHS) Narramissic Farm. LELT conserved the forest in August 2019. The woods and trails are available for public use year round.

Click for trail brochure.

Raymond Village Library is Open

The library has resumed regular walk-in services. Patrons are welcome to drop by at any time to check out materials, use the computers, or shop the book sale.

As computer stations are limited at this time, we recommend reserving a time for computer access.

The use of face coverings and social distancing will remain in effect for staff and patrons within the library. Library access will be limited to 10 patrons at a time.

No-contact parking lot pickups will also continue to be available for all patrons. Please contact the library to arrange a pickup time or to setup online access to your account for browsing and placing holds online.

Interlibrary loan service  in Maine is now available.

St. Joe’s Goes On Line!

Our friends at the Institute for Integrative Aging at St. Joseph’s College have moved many of there programs on line.

Miss exercise? Silver Sneakers is on line! Want a little conversation with your coffee? Online coffee and conversation is now happening.

There a how-to videos on cooking, chair yoga and how to get an absentee ballot. Need to learn Zoom? Email iia@sjcme.edu and they will help!

Click on their logo above to sign-up for the newsletter.

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The Southern Maine Agency on Aging is making a number of programs available on-line.

Meditation Classes, gentle exercise classes, coffee hour and How to Use Zoom are available.

Click on their logo above to sign-up!

Sebago Lakes Fuller Center for Housings performs housing repairs and rehabilitation focusing on keeping seniors safe and aging in place in their homes in Raymond, Standish and Windham.

Click on the business card above for more information!