Coming Up in Unity and Nearby

Wings & Water · Hosted by North Star Adventures LLC and Sebasticook Regional Land Trust

Sebasticook Regional Land Trust Fundraiser!

May 18, 2019 at 9 AM – 4 PM

North Star Adventures, Sebasticook Regional Land Trust & James Macdonald Art Guitars bring you Wings & Water. Spend the day exploring the wetlands of Unity Pond . Experience the sights and sounds of spring as it arrives in Central Maine. Ecologist Gerry Saunders will identify some of the birds and plants that we discover on our journey. The narrow passageways, sounds and plants feel almost tropical.

We will paddle to the home of artist James Macdonald. After we enjoy a local organic lunch Jim will guides us in the construction of a bluebird house. I have several bluebird houses, the joy of watching the fledglings is magical.

Week of April 21, 2019

Holy Week Services at Unity Methodist

  • Sunday, 4/21, 5:45am, Easter Sunrise Service (Gazebo)
  • 6:15am, Easter Fellowship Breakfast
  • 10:00am, Easter Service of the Resurrection
  • All are welcome to attend these Holy Week services. Spread the word and invite a family member, friend or neighbor to spend Holy Week with us

Unity Historical Society Meeting

7 pm at the UHS Building, corner Main and Depot Streets. To open the 2019 season, we are pleased to welcome Elizabeth Geraghty. She is the Unity College student who took wonderful photos of some of our dishes and other kitchen artifacts.

I Believe in Unity

The Town of Unity is proud to premiere the second single, I Believe in Unity, off our very own Sara Trunzo’s debut record, ‘Dirigo Attitude’, out May 3rd. Sara graduated from Unity College and has spent most of her adult life in Unity, where she found her connection to the land, her calling to serve rural communities, and her authentic storyteller’s voice – all of which culminate in this stunning new song featuring many of our very own community members as background singers.
You can pre-order Dirigo Attitude now at, or buy it on May 3 at 93 Main Coffee Shop.

Yard Sale at Thorndike Mill & Meeting

Place 9 am – 1 pm sharp. Plants, Antiques, Household, Books – to benefit the restoration of Thorndike Mill and the Farwell Project. Spring cleaning? Tidying up? Please consider donating items to this exciting community project! Drop off at the Mill April 27 & 28, or contact to arrange pickup. No plastic items or clothing, please.