Bremen Flowers, Farms, and Fish is the theme of the “Garden Tour and More” being sponsored by the Bremen Library. The library fund raiser will include home gardens, a commercial cashmere goat farm with gardens, and a shellfish business. The tour is intended to showcase the unique character of Bremen.
On the tour, there will be views of Broad Cove, Hockomock Channel, and a number of islands all of which are part of Muscongus Bay which forms the eastern reaches of Bremen. There will also be an opportunity to experience a farm with goats and gardens.
The Bremen Library fund raiser will be held rain or shine on Wednesday, July 17, 2019. Tickets will only be available at the library on the day of the tour. The library will also be the site of a silent auction on that day. Silent auction items will be displayed beginning July 10 for the July 17 auction and tour day.
Twice a month we will be here to help you with all your tech questions and devices. No appointment necessary.
-basic computer skills
-eReaders and mobile devices
Dig, pot and sell your plants.
Internationally-recognized and Bristol-based York will share her process, inspiration and nature inspired work on Thursday, May 30th at 7:00.
A memorial service for David West will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at the Bremen Union Church, 523 Waldoboro Rd (Rt. 32) in Bremen. The service will begin at 1:00 PM.
A gathering with light refreshments will follow the service.
Create a pollinator friendly habitat in your coastal garden.
Jean Vose will show us how.
Lie-Nielsen’s new book focuses on the joys and pitfalls of homesteading life.
After the talk, books will be available for purchase and signing.