Things have been quiet on the Central Hall Commons blog, but that’s no reflection of what has been happening within our halls!
From our annual Fall Folk Festival (the biggest so far!) to holiday carolers and concerts, we’ve kept the cheer going through the New Year.
Have you seen our Mitten Tree?
Friends can find donations of new and homemade winter items adorning a free-to-all tree in our entranceway.
This tree will remain up through the month of February [possibly March depending on the weather!] and any items that haven’t found a new home when Spring comes it the Maine Highlands, will then be donated to a local organization.
More items made with love and for warmth are welcome to be shared, just stop by and let us know you’d like to donate to the Mitten Tree!
Did you attend Sedomocha’s first performance of 2024?
“The Big One-Oh!” was standing room only on its debut night, January 12th.
After three months of grueling rehearsals, Sedomocha Elementary School’s kids performed wonderfully. The audience enjoyed laughing and crying with Charley as he celebrated his Big One-Oh!
Special interest groups like Quilters, Spinners, and Yarnworks continue to gather and use the welcoming spaces within Central Hall Commons –
Yarnworks is a new and quite popular group, by the looks of our first few sessions, where you can crotchet, knit, or sew to your heart’s content with hot tea, coffee and cocoa provided and often some goodies brought along by members of the group.
We are excited to have the opportunity to continue to host classes like Tai Chi, Yoga, and more to come with the Spring Thaw.