Inside of the Christmas Open House program showing in-kind Donors.
BAR HARBOR, ME — We wanted to have another Christmas Open House this year even though La Rochelle has a new owner. We planned the party with the Bar Harbor Historical Society and we are co-hosting with them.
The Bar Harbor Historical society is displaying a gingerbread house tonight. We are raffling off the wreaths and Lori Bartlett’s cake.
Bob Bahr is playing the piano. Jen Worcester provided the food. Thanks to the several volunteers helping prepare for the Open House. And thank you to this list of people who donated wreaths:
- Chad Kessel
- Kimball Shop
- Terri Rodick
- Queen Anne’s Flower Shop
- Leslie Edwards
- Jenny Jones Denegre
- Mary Ann Atkins Smallidge
- Linda Rowell-Kelley
Proceeds will go to both the Mission and BHHS.
See the official Christmas Open House Event page.
Thank you to everyone who took part in the Mission’s Christmas Open House and Silent Auction. At least 350 guests visited the Colket Center during the event — an increase from last year.
Here are a few random photos courtesy of Chad Mitchell. We welcome photos to include here from others who have them and are willing to share them. Email them to the Mission Communications and Marketing Director Scott K Fish: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo album is here.
Thank you, WABI-TV for your interest in Maine Seacoast Mission’s work. And thank you Tom Thompson for a great job telling the Mission’s story.
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November 26, 2018
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BAR HARBOR, ME — Let the Holidays begin! The Maine Seacoast Mission’s Open House and Silent Wreath Auction is Friday, December 7, 2018, 5:30 – 7:30 pm at the Colket Center, 127 West Street, Bar Harbor, ME.
Please join us for an evening of refreshments, music, the chance to take home a beautiful holiday wreath, and see the historic Colket Center beautifully decorated by your neighbors for the holidays.
The Mission’s Christmas Program provides gifts for island and coastal children and the elderly. The signature white paper bundles with red string have brightened Christmas mornings for over 100 years.
Thank you to our generous community for contributing to this event and auction. Your donation and winning bids support the Mission’s Christmas Program. Victor Stanley’s “Christmas 1968” in the December 2018 Down East magazine shares his personal perspective on what Maine Seacoast Mission’s Christmas Program meant to his family fifty years ago, with a reminder that, “[The] Mission still…help[s] families through long and cold Maine winters.”
For more information call the Mission at 207-288-5097 or visit us on the web at seacoastmission.org