BANGOR - Today marks the first day of Spring. While this year it may look a little more white outside than it has in the past, we went out in search of Spring.
While it may still look like winter outside, spring is officially here.
And folks are celebrating the start of a new season.
Tim Davis, a grower, says they started opening the greenhouses at Sprague's Nursery, the very first day of this month, and will open four more this coming week.
He adds that new life like this, is a sure sign of Spring.
Meanwhile, members of the Hammond Street Senior Center were also rejoicing, celebrating both the Senior Center's birthday, and the first day of Spring.
Member, Nancy Manship says the cupcake sale is one of their regular fundraisers, but also a breath of fresh air for some members who haven't had a chance to get out this winter.
Despite what mother nature may have up her sleeve next, most are optimistic that warmer days are right around the corner.
BANGOR - Tom Fallon will present “Now Is Creation!,” a program of poetry and anti-poetry at the Harlow Gallery at 160 Water Street in Hallowell on Sunday, April 26th, at 1 PM. The program will include poetry, performance and audience participation piece and a display of Fallon’s literary explorations. “Now is creation, the present moment in each individual’s creative source, where originality exists in force,” Fallon states. Proceeds will benefit the Natural Resources Council of Maine with a suggested donation of $10. Refreshments will be served.
ORONO – On the first day of spring, Orono Public Library Foundation officials announced that they have established the “finish line” for raising $370,000 for "Chapter Two: The Campaign for the Orono Village Green." With $97,873 to go to reach the campaign goal, the Foundation set August 31, 2015 as the completion date, according to Foundation President Sarah Kenney.