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  • Community Events

    May is a month so it gets a meetup!
    5-25-17 5:30 pm - Urban Farm Fermentory
    ROCKETSHIP UNICORN

    We even have a writing exercise, courtesy of our own Jake. So, if the mood strikes, what can you do with this? If _everyone_ responds we can probably only sustain like 500 words each: "They've put it in the hands of the children. The bastards."...

    Matchless Firestarting
    5-25-17 5:30 pm - Urban Farm Fermentory
    Rewild Maine

    Bow drills have been used by humans around the world to start fires for thousands of years. This is an invaluable lifelong skill that may one day save your life. Learn to make and use a bow drill kit using Northern White Cedar and buckskin...

    Death Cafe
    5-25-17 5:30 pm - Urban Farm Fermentory
    Urban Farm Fermentory Foraging and Workshop Series

    What is a Death Cafe?At a Death Cafe people, often strangers, gather to eat cake, drink tea (fermented tea for ones held at UFF) and discuss death. Our objective is 'to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of...

  • Recent Posts

    Agent Spotlight

    Bridget King, Broker Bridget began her real estate career in 2002. In that first year she was named “Rookie of the Year” and her success has sky rocketed ever since. A graduate of Windham High School, Bridget went on to study Sports Management at USM and Thomas College, and then began work at UNUM. It was there that Bridget […]

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    5 Critical Things To Look For At An Open House

    Its Sunday! With newspaper in hand and steamy cup of Dunkin’  you’re off to check out the day’s newest and brightest open houses. You’ve got a full day ahead judging by the size of the paper. Make the most of the day and look for the 5 critical items of home buying. Location Location Location […]

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    41% of Americans Would Prefer to Build their Home

    A recent study by Harris Poll revealed that, for the same price, forty one percent of Americans would prefer to buy a newly built home instead of an existing home. Twenty one percent prefer an existing home while thirty eight percent didn’t have a preference. However, those desiring a new home may not be prepared […]

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