Hello from the Rollinsford Historical Committee!
Do you have a beautiful photo of Rollinsford that you are willing to share with the town? We’re looking for photo submissions to be used on notecards for an upcoming fundraiser!
If you would like to enter a photo, please email it to us at: email@example.com – Photos should be as high resolution as possible in order to be considered for print. The only rule is that the photo be of Rollinsford! We would love to see every season. Landscape, architecture or animal, we’re excited to see what you submit!
SUBMISSIONS ARE DUE IN ONE WEEK! SEPTEMBER 27, 2018
Each photographer will be credited on the back of the card and will receive a complimentary sample of their design. 100% of the profits will go back into the Historical Committee’s fund to be used for restoration and preservation projects.
The Rollinsford Historical Committee holds history hikes and other educational events that are entirely volunteer and free to the public. As we are relatively new, we’re currently working to find ways to raise funding without accessing town funds. Your participation in this fundraiser would be a huge help!
The Friends of the Rollinsford Public Library is hosting the 6th annual Salmon Run 5K and FuRPLe Fun Run on Saturday, Sept. 22.
Check out the course, get more information, and register here.
(Race-day registration will be available.)
Location: The Rollinsford Grade School
Registration opens at 9 am
FuRPLe Fun Run begins at 9:30 am
5K begins at 10 am
Awards (5K Run): U-12, 12-14, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+
Race shirts: Free to the first 100 5K registrants & 25 Fun-Runners!
C&J Bus lines, D.F. Richard Energy, Kennebunk Savings Bank, Linda McGivern, Connected Office Technologies, Egg Clearinghouse, Village Veterinary Clinic, Belletete Dance Studio, Curio Museum, Pawsitve Image Pet Grooming, Semo Electric, Wentworth Greenhouses, Woolley Plumbing and Heating, Paul’s Integrity Auto, North Country Hard Cider, Red Hair, Inc., The Black Bean Cafe, Brandmoore Farm, Mick Construction
Affinity Salon & Spaworks, Anderson Therapeutic, Aroma Joe’s, Belletete Dance Studio, The Black Bean Cafe, Cowlick’s Dairy Bar, Dover Bowl, The Flower Kiosk, Hilltop Fun Center, La Festa, North Country Hard Cider, Puttin’ on the Glitz, Thistle Pig, The Works Health Club
The PTO and Zach’s Farm have teamed up again to offer our kids a fun filled night of flashlight tag in the Giant Corn Maze.
Bring your whole family to Zach’s Farm on Wednesday. October18 from 6:00-8:00pm.
The price is $10 per person. Half of all Proceeds go directly to Rollinsford PTO.
7 Colby Turner Ln
York, ME 03909
Last year was a blast, with over 100 people in attendance. Enjoy the picturesque tractor ride down and then explore the nearly 20 acres of corn and trails, while your children exhaust themselves getting lost in the corn!
Two cookies and a cup of cider for $1.
Wear Rugged Shoes!
Join The Friends of the Rollinsford Public Library for the annual Salmon Run 5K and FuRPLe Fun Run on Saturday, Sept. 23 starting at the Rollinsford Grade School, 487 Locust St. Rollinsford Family Fun Day events will begin shortly thereafter. All proceeds of the race go to the Rollinsford Public Library to support community programs and events.
The Salmon Run 5K begins at 10 a.m. while the Kids Fun Run starts at 9:30 a.m. Registration opens at 9 a.m. on race day. Register for the 5K before Sept. 10 for the early-bird rate of $20. Registration is $25 after Sept. 11. The student price for the 5K race is $15 for kids 19 and under. Sign up early to ensure you get a T-shirt.
And don’t forget to register the little ones for the FuRPLe Fun Run – a quarter-mile dash around the RGS playground starting at 9:30 a.m. with The Friends of the Rollinsford Public Library’s friendly Purple FuRPLe mascot. Registration fee is $5. Kids receive a T-shirt illustrated by cartoonist John Klossner.
Visit www.theSalmonRun5K.org to register.
The Fire Department Association will host a pancake breakfast fundraiser this Saturday, May 6th from 7AM-10AM at the Rollinsford Fire Station.