Readfield historian Dale Potter-Clark will share the history of some old homes and buildings in and around Readfield Depot at 9:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 27, at Senior Café, Maranacook Middle School Cafeteria.

The presentation about the Rise and Decline of Readfield Depot will feature the evolution of that area into a village, tidbits about some people who have lived there, and how the symbiotic relationship between Readfield Depot and summer residents helped boost the town’s economy and overall lakeside development. A slide show of vintage photos will be shown throughout the presentation. In addition, Potter-Clark will read about Readfield Depot from the book she co-authored titled “The Founders and Evolution of Summer Resorts and Kids’ Camps on Four Lakes in Central Maine.”

There will be coffee, muffins and social time from 9 to 9:30 a.m. before the program.

Senior Café is a program for those 55 and older that meet at the Maranacook Middle School cafeteria every Monday morning when school is open. It is sponsored by Maranacook Adult and Community Education. There is no fee required to participate. If school is cancelled because of inclement weather, this presentation will be rescheduled for a later date.

For more information, call Nicole Cushing at 685-4923, ext. 1065.

For more information about the presentation, contact Potter-Clark at 441-9184 or [email protected].

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