HISTORY OF FORT MCCLARY: The Friends of Fort McClary will present “Fort McClary, 1675 through 1775” to the public at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 21, at the Kittery Community Center’s Star Theater. The 60-minute presentation will focus on the early years of the fort, and will include history and facts related to the Pepperrell family’s role in the establishment of the fort and the Kittery Militia. For details, e-mail the Friends at email@example.com or visit www.fortmcclary.org.
Friday, May 23
4th FRIDAY KITTERY OPEN HOUSE EVENT: 6-8 p.m. Friday, May 23. Events will be held on a monthly basis to invite the public to participate in the renaissance of the Wallingford Square area or as also termed: The Foreside Loop. Twenty-two venues from art studios to restaurants will be on the walking tour map. Open and free to the public. For details, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday May 24th
Harbourside Garden Club Annual Plant Sale: 9 a.m. to sellout, Saturday, May 24, at the Lions Club, 17 State Road, Kittery, Maine. Find a wide variety of perennial flowers and selected annuals, shop the white elephant miscellany and buy chances to win a raffle item, which include a hand-crafted quilt; an artist’s stained glass, or planters for your patio or front door.
MEMORIAL DAY PARADE
Walker Street to Wentworth St. to Whipple Rd. to Shapleigh Rd. to Rogers Rd.
Starts at 9:00 a.m.
Wednesday, May 28
Kittery Community Market: will celebrate the opening day of its second season from 2 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 28. To kick off the season, it will be hosting a Start Your Garden Day. To celebrate the gardening season, the farmers will be offering a huge variety of seedlings including vegetable, herbs, flowers and more. The farmers will be available to answer questions about the best plants for your own garden.
Wednesday Night May 28th
Town Council Meeting. Hosted by Chairman Jeff Thompson this informative local government meeting is designed to keep Kittery running on track and to keep the residents informed through transparency. Citizen comments are invited and Town Business is conducted.
Residents are welcome as always and can elect to view the meeting live as it happens on Channel 22 or streaming at Town Hall Streams.