JLLF Area Guide 2022

The Jay-Livermore-Livermore Falls Chamber of Commerce publishes this annual Guide to the Area in Maine each year. It includes a calendar of events, a member directory, local businesses, dining, local farms and locally produced products.

The Jay-Livermore-Livermore Falls Chamber of Commerce publishes this annual Guide to the Area in Maine each year. It includes a calendar of events, a member directory, local businesses, dining, local farms and locally produced products.


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Table of Contents

Welcome Letter Page 5

A Place to Live, Work and Play Page 6

Fairs Page 11

Calendar of Events Page 12

Local Eateries Page 18

Recreation Page 21

Locally Grown, Locally Made Page 33

Cultural Attractions Page 36

Olde Fashioned Christmas Festival Page 39

Churches, Libraries, Schools Page 40

Acknowledgements Page 43

Membership Directory Page 44

Government Officials Page 49

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P.O. Box 458


Falls, ME


Meet the Board Members




(207) 500-2464


Joel Gilbert

Past Chair:

Bruce Adams

Vice Chair:

Courtney Michaud


Karin Ashmore


Amanda Lee

Member at Large:

Melissa Gilbert

Member at Large:

Renda Guild

Member at Large:

Jen Brown

Member at Large:

Betsy Mancine

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Look who is back!

Administrative Director:

Christine Fournier

Letter from the Chair

Growing up in Jay, Livermore, and Livermore Falls area, I have discovered the

unmatched value that this area has to offer. We live in beauty, among us are

landscapes, rich history, and authentic people. The landscapes stretch from

high glorious rolling hills to river valleys. Are you looking for unforgettable

memories? This is a place where you make them!

Our rich history brings together families as we talk about yesteryear. The work

we do and have done together in the local business economy unifies us. We

have stories about the accomplishments, victories, and struggles. We have that

small town “way” that everyone wished they had where everyone knows

everyone. Our authentic people love their families, community, and local


We care about our kids and offer unique opportunities for children at our

schools, AYS sports, and churches. We value the elderly and have supportive

services for them. Our community is engaged and is positioned for a great

future. We have a robust community of local business people. It is the Chamber

of Commerce that helps the community connect with commerce and vice versa.

Our membership stretches far and wide throughout this area. If you are trying

to find a new place to live, work or recreate Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls is

your place!

Sincerely Yours,

Joel Gilbert

Berry Fruit Farm

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A Place to Live, Work and Play

The Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls Chamber of

Commerce welcomes you to explore and enjoy

the heart of the Androscoggin River Valley.

The JLLF area is located at the center point of four

counties. Within 10 minutes in any direction, you

can be in Androscoggin, Franklin, Kennebec or Oxford

Counties. This means if your travels take you to

many of the larger communities in our area, such as

Augusta, Lewiston/Auburn and Farmington, you’re

less than an hour away. We are also approximately

an hour away from Maine’s magnificent coastline

and the best skiing on the Eastern seaboard of the

United States. Not to mention, we have many lakes,

rivers, streams and many smaller

mountains and nature trails right

in our backyard.

Jay, Livermore and Livermore

Falls are nestled in

the Androscoggin River Valley

and are the gateway to the

Western Lakes and Mountains

region. Each town embodies

the close-knit communities

synonymous with the enduring

qualities of many Maine

towns. The people who call this place home treasure

the good old fashioned values that are often

lost in other areas of the globe. Their work ethic is

second to none. Collectively, they are always willing

to pull together to get the job done—helping

a neighbor or a stranger off the street. We are the

home of Maine’s finest paper mill and are surrounded

by many smaller businesses where the

owner is still in the shop.

A Place Rich with

History and Opportunity


The Town of Jay, incorporated on February 26,

1795, is in southern Franklin County, situated on the

Androscoggin River. The area became a hotbed of

industry during the Industrial Revolution, with the

river providing power for a multitude of mills and

factories. While industry and conservation remain

a strong part of the Jay area, the town retains a rural

feel, with a population of approximately 5,000

across 48 square miles. Jay is home to Verso Paper

Corp.’s Androscoggin Mill, which is the second largest

producer of coated paper in the country.

Located at the gateway to major ski areas, Jay has

access to abundant recreational activities. French

Falls is a ball field in the summer. Jay is the home of

Spruce Mountain (sprucemountain.org), a small ski

area owned by the three towns. The slope

has eleven trails maintained by volunteers

and is reasonably priced for families. Jay

offers public tennis courts, and a 14-mile

Rail Trail from Jay to Farmington that supports

snowmobiles, ATVs, horseback riding,

biking, and hiking. The Androscoggin River

provides opportunities for excellent fishing

and wildlife viewing, and is a venue for

many tournaments. Canoes and kayaks are

now a common sight, as residents and visitors

are using the river as never before.

North Jay is known historically for its

white granite quarries that led to the development

of one of the first industries in Jay. For decades, the

North Jay White Granite Quarry provided the granite—highly

prized for its fine grain, white color and

strength—for numerous public buildings across

the country, including Grant’s Tomb and City Hall in

Portland. Today, you can visit North Jay’s White Granite

Quarry Park and hike scenic trails meandering

through one of our many area orchards.

For more information about the Town of Jay, visit

www.jay-maine.org or call (207) 897-6785.


340 Main Street ~ 897-6785

Town Office: Mon, Tues & Fri 8-4;

Wed 12-4 & Thurs 8-5

Emergency Numbers: 911

Select Board Meetings:

2nd & 4th Monday at 6:00

Transfer Station: 897-5552

Library: 645-4062


Proud of our past…Working for our future

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The area was settled in the 1770s as Port Royal and

was incorporated in 1795. It later derived its name

from Deacon Elijah Livermore, one of its first settlers.

Livermore was also home to the Washburns, one

of the prominent families of the 19th century. This

remarkable family produced senators, congressmen,

governors, entrepreneurs and naval leaders. Now

their ancestral home is the Washburn Norlands Living

History Center, a national historic treasure. Visitors

learn about the family through the mid-1800s, and

experience life in rural Maine in the 1900s, through

watching reenactments, or participating in daily

chores on the farm and in the mansion, and learning

the ways of the one-room school house. The Museum

is located at 290 Norlands Road. For more information,

go to www.norlands.org or call (207) 897-4366.

Situated on one of the heaviest traveled secondary

highways in the state, Livermore offers tremendous

exposure for anyone looking to attract business from

those traveling to tourist destinations, or commuting

to and from work. The people living in Livermore are

proud of its rich and diverse history of agriculture

and forestry, and its small business enterprises. Small

stores and a close community lend to the serenity of

the rolling mountains surrounding it. The town has

three boat launches that allow access to three different

lakes and some of the best “hidden” fishing in

Western Maine.

“Transferring is as easy as a phone call!”

Monday - Friday 8 am to 6 pm

Mon - Steve Fri 8 am Maki, to 6 pm Pharmacist • Sat 8 am -12 pm

3 148 Tweedie Main St., Jay •• 897-9080


There are more than 2,000 people residing in Livermore

over approximately 40 square miles.

For more information on the Town of Livermore, call

(207) 897-3207.


Originally, Livermore Falls was part of Port Royal,

which was settled in the 1770s. It was incorporated

as part of Livermore in 1795. At this time, Livermore

had a county line running through the middle, divided

by the Androscoggin River. West of the river was

part of Oxford County and east of the river was part

of Kennebec County. East Livermore, formed and

incorporated in 1845, was set off from Kennebec

County on March 31, 1854 to create Androscoggin

County. East Livermore is now known as Livermore


Early in the 19th century, the area was still mostly

farmland, with orchards and dairies supplying the

markets of Portland and Boston. As the century

progressed, logging and papermaking came to the

forefront as the Industrial Revolution peaked. In the

late 1800s, Livermore Falls was a bustle of various

mills, large and small, and could be called the epicenter

of the Industrial Revolution here in western

Maine. Multiple mills were built in the latter part of

the 19th century, taking advantage of the Androscoggin’s

tremendous waterpower. Hugh Chisholm,

lifelong friend and collaborator of Thomas Alva Edison,

purchased his first paper mill in Livermore Falls,

then built or purchased a number of other mills that


10 Crash Rd., Livermore 897-3207 • Fax: 897-9581



Monday and Thursday: 8:30 am - 6:00 pm

Tuesday and Friday: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm


LIBRARY: 897-7173

Library Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm


Transfer Station Hours: Tues., Thurs. and Sat. 8 am to 4 pm

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A Place to Live, Work and Play

A Place to Live, Work and Play

eventually became the multi-national paper maker

of today, International Paper Company. Most of the

mills - from paper to grist - are gone from the area,

but the population that was drawn here by the need

for workers for the various mills and railroads has

remained. Generations of these multi-ethnic families

are still residents of the area and have a strong

pride in their historic role developing industries at

the heart of the Androscoggin River area. Maine’s

Paper and Heritage Museum (www.papermuseumofmaine.org)

is located at 32 Church Street in

Livermore Falls and commemorates the history of

Maine’s Paper Industry. The lore of railroads, logging,

lumbering and papermaking can be researched at

the Paper Museum. Livermore Falls is now a quiet

village with an historic downtown. It has the convenience

of in town living, while retaining the tranquility

of past rural life.

Today, there are approximately 3,200 people living

in the 20 square miles that make up Livermore


For more area information on Livermore Falls, visit

www.lfme.org or call the Livermore Falls Town Office at

(207) 897-3321.

A Place Rich with

Natural Resources

and Recreation

Residents and visitors develop an appreciation

for the area’s great natural beauty, with our

all-season trails, scenic vistas and wide array of

recreational activities. The Central Androscoggin

River Valley offers ample hunting, fishing, boating,

bicycling and snowmobiling opportunities. It’s

a great area for skiing, snowshoeing and hiking,

as well as fun seasonal activities like blueberry,

strawberry, raspberry and apple picking.

Our area is rich with the four seasons. We can

boast some of the most beautiful summers with

the warm weather often starting in April and going

through October. Of course the snow could hit the

ground any time from October-April, which makes

our area ideal for winter enthusiasts as well. When

the days become warm and sunny, but nights still

hold the shards of winter, we have the short season

of making maple syrup, made all the sweeter by the

promise of spring. The crisp fall air brings the peak

of fall foliage color, usually during the beginning of

October and lasts about three weeks. Our valley

is lined with quiet country roads, orchard-dotted

hills, low, spruce-fir clad mountains, glacial ponds

and countless cool brooks.

Home to the Androscoggin River, we have an

amazing resource right out our front doors. The

swift flowing, large-volume river not only provides

an excellent source of power, but also recreation.

During the Industrial Revolution the area

became a hotbed of industry, due in large part to

this wonderful resource. Like many other communities

in America, industry has waned, and though

that has created stress to local economies, it has

opened up many recreational possibilities. Once

named one of the ten most polluted rivers in the

country, the Androscoggin River has made an incredible

comeback and is now so beautiful, clean

and serene- you’d swear you were miles away

from civilization when you are on it.

Today, the river has countless boat put-ins

along its entire length. Once on the endangered

species list, bald eagles are now a very common

sight in the area. A canoe or kayak ride on most

any stretch of the river reveals a world of beauty

and tranquility. You may see an eagle harassing





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an osprey for its catch, or a kingfisher, fishing for

its brood, sitting on an exposed branch and later,

skimming along the water in flight, firing off

its “rat-tat-tat” call. You might see a green heron

under an overhanging bank, crouched motionless

on a branch, watching warily as you float by.

On pond-like stretches, great blue herons sit statue-still,

stalking fish fry in the shallows.



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But there is plenty of fish to go around! The Androscoggin

boasts some of the best bass fishing

in the northeast! For the fly fisherman who wants

a real challenge, wily brown trout lurk in the riffles.

You may see a group of children fishing with

worms below Riley Dam, and on the other end

of the spectrum you might see a fly-fishing class

being conducted by LL Bean near Pine Island.

Our Chamber of Commerce has partnered

with the Androscoggin Land Trust and local businesses

to develop maps of our region that highlight

trails, open space, and access points to the

Androscoggin River and our numerous ponds. See

page 22 for some of the area’s recreation locations.

For more information or to acquire a map on

where to find recreation areas along the Androscoggin

River, call the Androscoggin Land Trust

at (207)782-2302 or visit www.androscogginlandtrust.org.

The natural wonder that is the Androscoggin

River is an untapped treasure waiting to be discovered.

A Place Rich with

Agriculture and Artisans

For generations, this valley was known as apple

and dairy country and there is still ample evidence

of the area’s agricultural roots. As you explore the

valley, you will pass pastures with livestock, hay and

corn fields, orchards, and farms specializing in crops

such as potatoes, pumpkins, apples and strawberries.

During the spring, you can see many maple trees

tapped for the season, with buckets ready to capture

the sweetness that becomes Maine maple syrup.

Roadside stands offer fresh produce, eggs, dairy

products, honey, maple syrup, flowers, herbs, craft

items and much more.

Check out the list of businesses that offer

locally grown and pick-your-own berries, fruits

and other Maine- made products on page 31.

Check out our calendar of events on page 7 as

well to see what specific opportunities may be

available for you to experience with our locally

grown and crafted goods.

While we have all that we need right here in

our communities, if you desire larger big box style

stores or outlet malls, they are only a short drive

away: Farmington to the north, Augusta to the

east, and Lewiston-Auburn, Freeport and Portland

to the south. Major cultural and sporting events

are also within easy reach from our area.

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A Place to Live, Work and Play

Watch for 2023 date

to be announced!

May 14, 2022

15th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament

Turner Highlands Golf Course

The Jay-Livermore-Livermore Falls Chamber of Commerce hosts

this 18 hole golf scramble tournament to raise funds for four

$1,000 scholarships awarded to RSU 73 students and newly add-

ed $1,000 to a qualifying graduating student from adult ed who

pursue a course of study in business or technical education, at a

university, community college, or accredited trade school.

FMI: www.jay-livermore-lf.org (207) 500-2464

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Check on events before attending. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and our ever changing

guidelines, some events may have been cancelled after this publication was printed.


Maine Fairs in 2022

June 22 – 25 Monmouth Monmouth Fair

July 1 – 4 Houlton Houlton Agricultural Fair

July 15 – 17 Ossipee Ossipee Valley Fair

July 15 – 17 Waterford Waterford World’s Fair

July 21 – 24 Pittston Pittston Fair

July 27 – July 31 Union Union Fair

August 7 – 9 Presque Isle Northern Maine Fair

August 9 – 14 Topsham Topsham Fair

August 11 – 20 Skowhegan Skowhegan State Fair

August 25 – 28 Acton Acton Fair

August 25 – 28 Dover-Foxcroft Piscataquis Valley Fair

August 27-28 Pembroke Washington County Fair

August 28 - September 5 Windsor Windsor Fair

September 1 – 5 Blue Hill Blue Hill Fair

September 2 – 5 Harmony Harmony Free Fair

September 3 S pringfield Springfield Fair

September 8 – 11 Clinton Clinton Lions Agricultural Fair

September 9 – 11 Litchfield Litchfield Fair

September 14 – 17 Oxford Oxford Fair

September 16 – 18 New Portland New Portland Lions Fair

September 18 – 24 Farmington Farmington Fair

September 23 – 25 Unity Common Ground Country Fair

September 25 - October 1 Cumberland Cumberland Fair

October 2 – 9 Fryeburg Fryeburg Fair

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Calendar of Events


June 4

30th Annual National Trails Day

The public and trail enthusiasts locally can join

others nationwide to discover, learn about and

celebrate America’s trail system. FMI on the events

and locations, check Androscoggin Land Trust at:

www.androscogginlandtrust.org and chisholmtrailsmaine.org

or call (207)782-2302

June 24 - 26


(Next to Big Apple, Wilton)

Treasures abound at this giant yard sale put on by

the Lions Club. 8am-4pm

FMI: Bruce 207-645-2727

June 24- August 28

Norlands Summer Living History Tours

Norlands will be open to the public:

Thursday - Saturday opening at 10am with final

self-guided tours at 2:30pm. Our office hours are

Tuesday - Thursday. Please email: norlands@norlands.org

with any questions you may have.



Tri-Town Independence Day Fireworks

The Chamber of commerce coordinates the annual

Independence Day fireworks display for the three

towns it serves. The fireworks are set up at the Spruce

Mountain Ski Slope in Jay and are shot over the Androscoggin

River. They can be heard and seen from

one of several viewing areas around the region.

FMI: www.jay-livermore-lf.org or call (207) 500-2464

July 11

Franklin Community Health Network’s Annual

Healthcare Golf Classic at the Sugarloaf Golf Club,

proceeds benefit the Healthy Community Coalition

of Greater Franklin County and the Martha B.

Webber Breast Care Center.


Farmington Summer Fest


Downtown Farmington

Join us for a family-friendly festival in downtown

Farmington featuring arts and crafts vendors, a

talent show, live music, kids entertainment, food

vendors and much more!

FMI: www.facebook.com/welovesummerfest


Open Farm Day

Open Farm Day is the fourth Sunday in July! Mark

your calendar for the 32nd Annual Open Farm

Day, Sunday, July 24, 2022 to experience local

farms throughout the State of Maine. Many farms

will have demonstrations, displays, farm raised

products, barn and fi eld tours, milking, hayrides,

tasting samples and refreshments. See the “Agriculture”

section in this guide for a list of farms in

our area.



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Lions Club Blueberry Pancake Breakfast,

Downtown Wilton


Join us for our annual blueberry pancake breakfast

in downtown Wilton during the blueberry festival.

Adults are $8, Children under 12 $5.

AUGUST 6 & 7

Wilton Blueberry Festival

Downtown Wilton

2 Day event featuring a parade, arts and crafts vendors,

food vendors, live music, contests, fireworks

and much more.

FMI: www.facebook.com/blueberryfestivalwilton



Maine Apple Sunday. Visit local apple orchards for

hay rides, music, orchard tours and more.


20th Annual Seth Wescott & Franklin

County Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic

Sugarloaf Golf Course

Annual golf tournament to benefit scholarships

for area students.

FMI: www.facebook.com/sethwescottgolfclassic


Autumn Equinox Festival


Sat Manav Yoga Ashram, 243 Greenwood Brook

Rd. Farmington

Calendar of Events

AUGUST 18, 19, 20

Frantasia Festival of Out Music & Arts

Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at Fitness

Stylz, 17 Depot Street, Livermore Falls - enter from

the rear. 7 pm - midnight. Varied and captivating

creativity bringing dance, poetry, video and an

impressive array of music and sound. This festival

features the experimental and improvisational.

FMI: Call Fran at 207-212-6288


24nd Annual Apple-Pumpkin Festival

Held at the Recreation Field in Livermore Falls,

10 am - 3 pm. This fun event celebrates Autumn

with local artisans and vendors, exhibits, food, and

music. See the feature page in this guide for more


Greenhouse • Nursery • Gardens • Seedlings

Field Grown Perennials

Fresh Cut Flowers • Annuals • Herbs



504 Boothby Rd. - Rt. 108E

2 miles from Rt. 4, Livermore, ME

Bonnie & Mark Brown • 207-491-9797

shakybarn@yahoo.com • www.shakybarnfarm.com

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Calendar of Events


Haunted Trail of Livermore

Open Friday and Saturday nights in October Open

Friday & Saturday Nights 7:30pm to 10:00pm-

Last in line 9:30pm. Weather permitting. $13 per

person-if reserved or $15 per person at the gate

CASH please. Proceeds benefit The Haunted Trail

Scholarship. 97 River Rd., Livermore 207-446-9933.


OCTOBER 21-22, 28-29

Farmington Fright Nights

oin us for this mind blowing Halloween event! Fri

and Sat nights, October 2021!

Visit FarmingtonFrightNights.com


NOVEMBER 5 - Early Bird Saturday

Downtown Farmington

NOVEMBER 24 - Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving Workout at Renovation Crossfi t.

Free and open to the public. Starts at 7am.


Small Business Saturday

Following Black Friday, this day celebrates the

small businesses who are so crucial to the success

of our local economy. Make plans to shop local on

November 28 and everyday!



Chester Greenwood Day

Downtown Farmington

Chester Greenwood Day is our annual celebration

of Farmington resident Chester Greenwood,

the inventor of earmuffs and takes place the 1st

Saturday of Dec. Join us for a full day of festivities

celebrating the earmuff inventor! The day starts

at 11AM with a parade, flag raising, craft fairs, gingerbread

house contest, polar bear dip, historical

open houses, and more!

FMI: www.franklincountymaine.org


Christmas at Norlands

A 19th-Century Holiday Celebration from 11 am

- 4 pm. Get into the holiday spirit of the 1800s. Activities

throughout the day include horse drawn

sleigh rides, tours of the decorated mansion, lessons

in the one room schoolhouse, mulled cider

and cookies in the farmers’ cottage, craft activities,

and much more. Admission is $10 per person, $6

ages 5 to 12, Free for ages 5 and under. $25 Family

Rate for up to 2 adults with 3 children under age

18 in same household. Visit: norlands.org or call


Quality Care & Service Since 1916


207-897-3965 • 12 Park St., Livermore Falls


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Calendar of Events

September 24, 2022

24th Annual Apple Pumpkin Festival

Recreation Fields, Livermore Falls 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Celebrate Fall in the Central Androscoggin River Valley. A variety of vendors and craft artisans,

agricultural products, historical and educational displays, demonstrations, exhibits,

contests, music, seasonal decorations, antique tractors, raffles and plenty of food all day

long! There’s something for the whole family. FMI: www.jay-livermore-lf.org (207) 500-2464

Other activities include:

• Book Giveaway at Treat Memorial Library - 56 Main Street, Livermore Falls 9 a.m. to 2


FMI: www.treat.lib.me.us (207) 897-3631

• Maine’s Paper and Heritage Museum Tours - 22 Church Street, Livermore Falls

Follow the papermaking industry through two centuries.

FMI: www.papermuseumofmaine.org Sherry (207) 592-1807

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Calendar of Events



JLLF Chamber of Commerce Annual



FEBRUARY 4, 2023

Hollandstrong Fishing Derby

The Hollandstrong Fishing Derby is held annually

at Round Pond in Livermore ME to raise funds to

support the Hollandstrong Memorial Scholarship

Fund. This ice fishing derby honors the memory of

Michael Holland, one of 33 crew members aboard

the El Faro cargo ship that went down in a hurricane

in 2015.



MARCH 26, 2023

Maine Maple Sunday- the 4th Sunday in


Enjoy the first taste of Spring in Maine at the annual

Maple Sunday celebration. Maple Syrup producers

around the state open their sugar houses

and offer free samples and demonstrate how maple

syrup is made. Many are also open on Saturday

of this weekend too. Local maple producers

include Sunrise Maple Farm, Maple Valley Farm,

and Plaisted Maple Products.


FEBRUARY 11, 2023

9th Annual Spruce Mountain Sled-In and

Winter Festival

This family friendly winter festival is held at the

French Falls Recreation area in Jay from 11 am -

3 pm. Activities include sleigh rides, a sledding

mountain, ice skating, snow sculpture contest,

snowshoe race, bonfire, food, and more.

Home • Auto • Business

Recreational Vehicles • Renters • Flood

Life • Annuities • Medicare Products

Weber Insurance

670 Wilton Road, Farmington • 207-778-3300

Weber Insurance

20 Main Street, Livermore Falls • 207-897-4313

Advantage Insurance

160 Congress Street, Rumford • 207-364-8293

Bessey Insurance

10 Snell Hill Road, Turner • 207-225-2334

D&H Insurance

18 Highland Spring Road, Lewiston • 207-783-9991


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~ Museum Tours ~

~ Living History Programs ~

~ Special Events ~ Nature Trails ~

Get to know Maine’s extraordinary Washburn family, explore

1870s life in rural Maine and be a part of history!

Visit us at

290 Norlands Road

Livermore, Maine 04253

(207) 897-4366



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Local Eateries

Berry Fruit Farm, 54 Main St, Livermore

Falls 897-4767 Visit their

market and bakery on Main Street

for fresh baked goods including

donuts, bagels, scones, breads,

cakes, pies, soup, salad, and more.


Calzolaio Pasta Company, 284 Main St.,

Wilton 645-9500 calzolaiopasta.com

Italian restaurant near the shore of Wilson

Lake. Enjoy the view from their streamside

deck or dine inside and enjoy the brick walls

adorned with the building’s history.

Chuck Wagon Restaurant, 2 Depot St,

Livermore Falls 897-4031 chuckwagon-restaurant.com

The Chuck Wagon recently

celebrated their 50th year in downtown

Livermore Falls. Well known for their

steak, chicken and burgers. The restaurant

has been owned and operated by the Paradis

family since 1967. Their vintage neon

sign is a local landmark.

Stevie J’s Burger & Burrito,

24 Main St. Livermore Falls


With 40 years of experience

cooking at Steve’s Market in

Wilton and The Lucerne Inn

in Dedham, Steve and Rhonda

Jones a re excited to present their vision to

you. This take-out eatery sources fresh ingredients

from approved vendors and always

uses State of Maine potatoes for their fries.

Heartfelt Cookies Heartfelt Cookies Farmington,

Me (207)670-6702 heartfeltcookie.com

Since 1998, Heartfelt Cookies has brought

joy to the hearts of people worldwide!

They specialize in delicious and nutritious

gourmet cookies in festively wrapped gift

arrangements for any occasion. Their fullfl

avored cookies are carefully made from

scratch with natural ingredients ensuring

every bite is pleasant. Made fresh to order.

Thank you for supporting a woman veteran-owned





Treat Your Family to Dinner at The Wagon

2 Depot St., Livermore Falls • 897-4031


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Brettun’s Variety, 1743 Federal Rd.,

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Cumberland Farms, 53 Main St.,

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Dunkin Donuts, 86 Main St., Livermore

Falls 897-1104

Franchetti’s Home Town Variety, 4 Main

St, Jay 897-2200

LaFleur’s Restaurant, 224 Main St., Jay


Long Green Variety / Ice Cream, 1714

Federal Rd., Livermore 897-6234

The Lunch Pad, 175 Park St., Livermore

Falls 897-2142

Mallard Mart, 1247 Park St., Livermore

Falls 897-2112

McDonalds, 6 Commercial Way, Jay


My Dad’s Place, 458 Old Jay Hill Rd., Jay


Moose Hill Diner, 160 Fayette Rd., Livermore

Falls 897-3200

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The Androscoggin River flows 177 miles from

Umbagog Lake at the Maine-New Hampshire border

to Merrymeeting Bay where it joins the Kennebec

River. Dropping over 1,200 feet in elevation

from its headwaters, the Androscoggin has an average

descent of eight feet per mile.

For thousands of years, Native Americans made

a sustainable existence along the Androscoggin

and its watershed. The Anasagunticooks would

migrate from the headwaters to the

sea, raising crops and catching the abundant fish

that populated the river, and developing village

areas as key points. In fact, the Canton Point was

once the largest Native American village in New


Starting in the 19th century, the Androscoggin

provided power for a multitude of mills and factories

that were located on its banks. Consequently,

the river also bore the brunt of industrialization.

By the middle of the 20th century, the Androscoggin

was named one of the ten most polluted rivers

in the United States.

With the leadership of Androscoggin River native

Senator Edmund Muskie, and his authoring of

the Clean Water Act, the Androscoggin has made

an incredible comeback. Public and private efforts

have improved the water quality of the river

and have led to countless boating access

points along its length. Recreational opportunities

feature wildlife watching and

some of the best bass fishing in the northeast.

A paddle along almost any stretch of

the river reveals a world of beauty, wildlife

and tranquility dotted with historic villages.

(Section descriptions are provided by

the Androscoggin Watershed Council,

Androscoggin Land Trust, and Chisholm


Learn more about how you can help protect and conserve

our natural river areas at androscogginlandtrust.org

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Recreation Spots

Paddling the Androscoggin River

There are multiple access points for boaters on

the river, including both trailer boat launches and

hand-carry put-ins for canoeists and kayakers.

Those traveling downstream through the region

shown on this map must portage or transport

their boats around four dams. The only rapids

(Class 2+) are found in the lowermost stretch of

the river midway between the Foundry Road access

and the take out at Twin Bridges (Route 219),

although there is some quick water in the stretch

between Pine Island and the Otis Mill take-out.

Dixfield River Access (Dixfield)

This hand-carry site in Dixfield allows paddlers to

experience the full stretch of river in Canton and

makes an ideal starting point for a day trip downstream

to Riley Dam. If you choose you can portage

around the dam. The put-in can be accessed

from Canton Point Road roughly 2 miles west of

the Canton–Dixfield town line. The total paddle

distance from Dixfield to Riley is about 12 miles.

This is a little-paddled section of the river, moving

through corn and potato fields, hardwood-lined

banks and back.

State of Maine—Trailered Access (Canton)

This is the only boat launch in the region that provides

access for boat trailers to the river. Follow

Route 140 approximately 3.5 miles from Canton

Village and turn right onto Dorey Road to reach

the boat launch and parking area.

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Riley Dam Access (Canton/Jay)

Short portage trails on the river’s left bank provide

access upstream and downstream from Riley Dam.

A parking area at the end of a gravel drive is located

on the south side of School Street (Route 140)

just over three miles from the junction of Routes

140 and 4/17 in Jay. The total paddle distance from

Riley to Otis Mill is a little over 5 miles.

Pine Island/Verso Paper Corp. Access (Jay)

Pine Island provides upstream and downstream

hand-carry access with portage trails around Jay

Dam. From Route 4/17 in Jay, follow signs for the

Verso Paper Corp. Mill, cross the Androscoggin on

POW Remembrance Bridge (Riley Road), and take

the first right down a short gravel access road. After

the Pine Island River access, there is no public

access to the river upstream of the Livermore Falls

Dam. Paddlers wishing to continue downstream

must transport their boats downstream of the Livermore

Falls Dam.

Otis Mill Access (Jay)

Informal access on the river’s left bank at the historic

Otis Mill provides a take-out point for downstream

paddlers needing to portage around Otis

Dam. Located off of Mill Street in Jay.

Twin Bridges (Livermore Falls)

Silver maples and other hardwoods line the river

here. No bridges or nearby roads make this piece

of the Androscoggin one of the most peaceful.

Two sets of rapids are midway down, not hazardous,

but take some boat control to maneuver

through successfully.

Warning: On the river right downstream of the

Twin Bridges there is a substantial ledge drop

rapid. Take out on the island and portage around


Foundry Road Access (Livermore Falls)

This hand-carry site provides paddlers access to

a peaceful, unbroken stretch of the river. After

crossing the Androscoggin on Route 4 North, turn

right at the first traffic light onto Main Street in

Livermore Falls. Continue straight at the 90 degree

turn and follow Foundry Road and travel

approximately 0.3 miles to the signed put-in. An

alternative hand-carry site is located on the opposite

bank on River Road in Livermore.

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Recreation Spots

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Those looking for other bodies of water to paddle,

fish, swim or picnic alongside have several great

options in the region. When winter sets in, ice fishing

shacks can be seen on many of the area’s lakes

and ponds.


Bartlett Pond, Livermore

26 acres, max depth 26 ft

Brook trout, rainbow smelt. Heavy annual brook

trout stocking; reclaimed pond.

No formal boat put in or parking.


Brettuns Pond, Livermore

154 acres, max depth 52 feet

Small-mouth bass, brown trout, white perch. Annual

stocking with brook and brown trout. Boat

put in and picnic area in a pine grove, along the

side of Route 4.


Long Pond, Livermore

203 acres, max depth 18 ft

Annually stocked with brook and brown trout.

Parking is close to the road, so be extra careful

as you load and unload.


Round Pond, Livermore

166 acres, max depth 32 ft

Brown trout, small-mouth bass, pickerel, white perch.

Annually stocked with brook and brown trout.

Ample off the road parking in a beautiful wooded

parcel called “The Pines”.



A network of short trails linked to multi-use trail

corridors provide numerous hiking opportunities

and connect the region’s communities to one another

and the Androscoggin. Community-driven

efforts led by groups like Chisholm Trails are helping

to create new trails that further connect schools and

downtown villages to open spaces along the river.


Foundry Trail, Livermore Falls

This easy, paved, multi-use trail begins at Bridge

Street off Rt. 4 Northbound, immediately after the

bridge (Gazebo Park) and ends at Shuy Corner, near

the junction of Rts. 133 and 17. This newer trail

will follow the Androscoggin River along Foundry

Road through the historic birthplace of the industrial

revolution in the Androscoggin Valley. Though

all the buildings are gone, this is where Alvin Record

built the first pulp and paper mill in Maine.


French Falls River Walk, Jay

The Jay High School Science Club created this

trail, in 1996. Two short loops totaling 1.25 miles

wind behind French Falls Park and provide good

views of the Androscoggin. The recreation fields

and trails are located at the end of French Falls

Lane, which is located on Route 4/17 across from

the Spruce Mountain High School.

Directions: The entrance to French Falls is on

French Falls Lane, right beside the Knights of Co-

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Recreation Spots

lumbus Hall on Main Street, and across from the

Spruce Mountain High School.


Jay Recreation Area Trail System, Jay

This network of ten trails offers several easy to moderate

hikes. It is a great place to picnic, hike, bike or

snowshoe and features the foundation and orchards

of the old Osgood Farm, a student-maintained tree

farm, and an extensive geocaching network. The

trails can be accessed from the Spruce Mountain

High School parking area.


North Jay White Granite Park, North Jay

Enjoy nature and relax! Bring your family and enjoy

a picnic, walk the one-mile trail through the orchard.

Great views at the top of the orchard allow you to

look out over the valley. There is a small outlet trail

that brings you to the quarry. Large pieces of granite

and paving stones are scattered throughout the

site. Care must be taken if you venture off the trail, as

there are deep quarry pits throughout.

Directions: From North - Follow Rt. #4 to North Jay.

Turn left onto Old Jay Hill Road. (Across from junction

of Rt. 17). Drive about one mile and turn left onto

Woodman Hill Road. It’s right at the top of the hill!

Hours: Dawn to dusk

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14 Woodman Hill Road

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Pine Island Park is situated in the middle of the

Androscoggin River, with a picnic area, ample

parking and short side trails leading to picturesque

outlooks on the river. There is a public boat

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put-in. The park is owned and maintained by Verso

Paper Corp. and is available for public use.

Directions: Southbound on Rt. 4, take first right,

after Rt. 140. Park is the first right, after POW

Remembrance Bridge off of Riley Road.

Hours: Dawn to dusk


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This four-season, multi-use trail is owned by the

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Livermore Recreation Fields

Livermore Town Office (207) 897-3207

Located on Rt. 4 near the junction of Rt. 108.

Baseball and softball fields, walking trail, and basketball


Livermore Falls Recreation Fields

Livermore Falls Recreation Department, (207)


Multi-use facility located in Livermore Falls behind

the Town Office, on the banks of the Androscoggin

River. There are soccer, football, softball and baseball

fields, tennis and basketball courts and a skate

park for in-line skating and skateboarding.

Jay Parks and Recreation

Contact the Town Office at (207) 897-6785.

If you see a field open, go for a walk or play toss with

your children. For longer events, family outings or a

weekend pickup game, please check with the Town

to fill out a Recreational Area Use Form and to reserve

the field. They are there for all to enjoy, but checking

first will prevent scheduling issues. For extended use

of school property fields or gyms, please contact RSU

73 at (207) 897-6722 to fill out a facility use form.


The Jay Recreation Area, Jay

This area, owned by the Town of Jay, is managed

to provide outdoor recreational opportunities to

the public at no charge. The property also serves

as an outdoor classroom facility for the RSU 73

Schools. Enjoy a picnic, the scenic views, or a hike

or snowshoe on the trail network.

Access: There is parking by the cell phone tower off

Water Tower Lane. From Rt. 4, turn onto Jewell St.,

then left on Belleview Dr. At the end of Belleview

Dr., turn right on Water Tower Lane, which becomes

a dirt access road to the parking lot. Parking

is also available at Spruce Mountain High School

Recreation Spots

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Recreation Spots

North Campus and the trails may be accessed

behind the center field fence of Roland Ouellette

Baseball Field or in the back corner of the Field

Hockey field.


Spruce Mountain Ski Slope

Spruce Mountain Ski Slope in Jay is located right on

the banks of the Androscoggin River, and is a community

focal point for winter recreation. The affordable

11-trail ski area originally began in the 1950s as

a ski club for interested winter enthusiasts. It opened

as a public mountain in 1960 and is still largely maintained

by volunteers from the communities of Jay,

Livermore, and Livermore Falls. It’s a blast from the

past, as you rise 300 vertical feet to the summit of the

mountain via three rope tow lifts. Back in the day, the

volunteer ski club worked with the local paper company

across the river, the Otis Falls Mill, to wire some

of its hydroelectricity to the mountain to power the

lights and rope tows. Later snow making was added

to the list of modern changes. The mountain offers

ski classes for all ages. Enjoy a night of skiing under

the lights, or take a jaunt around the cross-country

ski trails that traverse the mountainside to the north.

Directions: Ski Slope Road, Jay (enter from the Livermore

end of the Rt. 4 bridge)

Hours: Visit www.sprucemountain.org or call

(207) 897-4090.

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French Falls Lane

Across from Spruce Mtn. High School


Ride-in on your snowmobile via Whistlestop Trail

or come by car and park in the Rec Area


Join us for some outdoor winter fun!

* Bon Fire

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Recreation Spots



Miles of interconnecting trails in the central Androscoggin

River Valley allow riders to traverse and

explore the entire region, and travel far beyond its

borders in both summer and winter. Local snowmobile

and ATV clubs contribute hundreds of volunteer

hours to maintain these trails, most of which

are on private land. Contact one of the clubs below

for information about trails, maps, trail conditions,

membership and volunteer opportunities.

Snowmobile Clubs

Andy Valley Riders

PO Box 307

Jay ME 04239

(207) 897-3378

Jug Hill Riders

PO Box 462

Livermore Falls ME 04254

(207) 897-3566

Livermore Trail Blazers

10 Crash Rd.

Livermore ME 04253

(207) 897-3504

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Brettuns Wheelers ATV Club

PO Box 673

Livermore, ME 04253

(207) 897-5501

Canton Trail Riders ATV Club

PO Box 604

Canton, ME 04221

(207) 597-2700

All-Terrain Vehicle Clubs

Canton Hi Riders

1088 School Street

Canton, ME 04221

Fayette Ridge Riders

PO Box 282

Kents Hill, ME 04349


Western Maine ATV Club

PO Box 132

Wilton, ME 04294

Recreation Spots

Spruce Mountain Ski Slope in Jay is located right on the banks of the Androscoggin River, and is a

community focal point for winter recreation. The affordable 11-trail ski area originally began in 1950 as

a ski club for interested winter enthusiasts. It opened as a public mountain in 1960 and is still largely

maintained by volunteers from the communities of Jay, Livermore, and Livermore Falls. It’s a blast from the

past, as you rise 300 vertical feet to the summit of the mountain via three rope tow lifts. Back in the day, the

volunteer ski club worked with the local paper company across the river, the Otis Falls Mill, to wire some

of its hydroelectricity to the mountain to power the lights and rope tows. Later snow making was added

to the list of modern changes. The mountain offers ski classes for all ages. Enjoy a night of skiing under

the lights, or take a jaunt around the cross-country ski trails that traverse the mountainside to the north.

Directions: Ski Slope Road, Jay (enter from the Livermore end of the Rt. 4 bridge)

Hours: Visit www.sprucemountain.org or call (207) 897-4090.

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Berry Fruit Farm

361 Crash Road, Livermore

Store: 54 Main St., Livermore Falls

(207) 897-4767


Visit Berry Fruit Farm on the Crash Road for pick

your own Strawberries & Raspberries during June

and early Summer season, and pumpkins in the Fall.

Their new retail store on Main Street, Livermore Falls

features delicious fresh baked goods daily, fresh vegetables

in season, and products such as jams and

jellies. It is their tradition to bring the finest quality

produce and bakery goods to the area. Bring the

family to enjoy the beauty of Maine, in the heart of

the Western Foothills, at Berry Fruit Farm.

Boothby’s Orchard & Farm Winery

Boothby Road, Livermore (207) 754-3500


Boothby’s Orchard & Winery is nestled among

rolling hills and fields cared for by our family for

seven generations. We offer our visitors a chance

to slow down and experience the charms of rural

Maine life. From pick-your-own apples, wine tastings,

special events and romantic getaways, we

invite you to rediscover the rhythms of nature.

Chretiens Greenhouse

94 Park St., Livermore Falls

(207) 897-5909

Clearview Farm

140 Shackley Hill Road, Livermore

(207) 897-5945


Clearview Farm is a licensed Deer & Dairy Goat

Farm and offers Goat Milk, Goat Cheese, Eggs,

Honey, Maple Syrup, Soy & Beeswax Candles +

Goat Milk Bath & Body Products produced right

on the farm. Look for their items in local stores

Berry Fruit Farm and A Serendipity Moment, or

visit their farm store May-Fall.

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Locally Grown, Locally Made

Maple Berry Bird Farm

31 Strickland Ferry Road, Livermore

(207) 897-5082

We raise Ringneck Pheasant and highbush Blueberries.

We produce Maple Syrup in the spring

and sell vegetables in the summer.

Maple Valley Farms

1304 Franklin Road (Rte 133), Jay

(207) 645-2328

Moose Hill Farm

159 Moose Hill Rd, Fayette

(207) 897-3093


From Thanksgiving to Christmas, Moose Hill Farm

operates a cut-your-own Christmas tree farm. In

addition to fresh Maine Christmas trees, they offer

handmade wreaths in a variety of sizes, and a gift

shop stocked with lots of items made right on the


Norlands Living History Center

290 Norlands Rd, Livermore

(207) 897-4366


Norlands invites you to take a wagon ride back in

time. Come to the old time maple syrup sap house

in the woods across from the Norlands on Maine

Maple Sunday, where volunteers boil the syrup

using authentic methods. The folks at Norlands

can always use a hand splitting firewood or hauling

sap, so come join in the fun!

Stevenson Strawberry Farm

Pick your own strawberries at

271 Tucker Road, Wayne, Me

We are open daily 7am to 7pm, weather permitting,

late June through late July.

To see if fields are open please call 685-3532.

Also, visit us at Stevenson Farm Stand

2144 Rt 202 Winthrop, ME

open daily 10am to 6pm mid June to late October,

call 377-2975 or stevensonstrawberryfarm@gmail.com

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Plaisted Farm Maple Products

132 Borough Road, Jay

(207) 578-0713

Ricker Hill Orchards

3 Ricker Hill Road, Turner

(207) 225-5552


Shaky Barn Farm Gardens

504 Boothby Road, Livermore

(207) 491-9797

This farm and garden center is located in a beautiful

natural setting that helps inspire you to do

more at your own home. Lots of varieties of plants

to choose from.

Stevenson’s Strawberries

271 Tucker Road, Wayne

(207) 685-3532


Sunrise Maple Farm

5 More Acres Road, Wilton

(207) 578-4423

Sunrise Maple Farm is a family run business offering

Maple Syrup, Cream, Candy, Cotton Candy &

Sugar - all made right here in Wilton, Maine from

our own syrup! Stop by on Maine Maple Sunday

for our annual Pancake breakfast!

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83 McLaughlin Road, Wilton

(207) 645-2128

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Cultural Attractions

The area is rich with history, art, crafts and music.

Many attractions are just around the corner. Here

are just some of the many interesting places to visit:

Antique & Vintage Snowmobile Gallery

2247 Auburn Rd., Turner

The Museum houses more than 250 vintage

snowmobiles of all styles and sizes. The museum

is open from December through March on Saturdays

10 a.m.–3 p.m. The collection can be viewed

by appointment, by calling (207) 224-8444.

Fayette Historical Society

Starling Grange Hall, Route 17, Fayette

The first floor houses a research library of Fayette’s

history, as well as a number of displays

of tools, clothing, and more. A museum and

a room devoted to research materials on the

Grange are located on the second floor. There

is also a room devoted to the life, career, and

writings of Fayette resident, Oscar Young.

FMI: (207) 685-3655 or (207) 685-9347.

Holmes-Crafts Homestead

14 Old Jay Hill Road, Jay

The Federal style home built in the 1820s has displays

of old tools, granite-related items, a country

store, and furnishings related to the town of Jay.

The Jay Historical Society oversees the property

and conducts tours by appointment. On the second

Saturday of August, the Homestead’s annual

open house is held providing an opportunity

for the public to view displays on the property.

Call (207) 897-4876 for tour arrangements.

Jay Fire Museum

Across from Holmes-Crafts Homestead off Rt. 4, Jay

The museum houses historical fire trucks and

equipment including a restored 1936 truck

made by McCann Fire Equipment of Portland

that is mounted on a Diamond T chassis,

a horse-drawn hand pumper wagon, and

a hand-pulled two-wheeled hose cart. The

Jay Fire Association oversees the museum.

Call (207) 897-3953 for viewing arrangements.

Maine’s Paper & Heritage Museum

22 Church Street, Livermore Falls

Founded in 2002 and dedicated to preserving

the history of the paper industry in Maine, the

museum captures the cultural heritage of the

papermaking towns and mills along the Androscoggin

River. Journey back to the 1800s

and follow the papermaking industry through


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two centuries. Learn who created America’s

first postcards, where the largest manufacturer

of wallpaper was located, and the significance

of the railroad. Open 10:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

on Saturdays, from May 25–September 1. Appointments

are also available through October.

FMI: (207) 592-1807 or www.papermuseumofmaine.org.

Natural History Club House

442 Turner Center Road, Turner

By appointment only.

FMI: (207)225-3384

Nordica Homestead Museum

116 Nordica Lane, Farmington

Birthplace of Lillian Nordica (1857-1914). Lillian

was America’s first international opera diva and the

Homestead contains memorabilia of her life and

career, including costumes from her performances.

FMI or to arrange a tour, call (207) 778-2042.

throughout the year. Step back into history and

learn about the influential Washburn family.

Many artifacts are displayed as if the family had

left their home for the day. Toys, clothing, furniture

and personal items tell the story of everyday

life in the Washburn mansion. Living history

tours are offered from June 29 to September 2,

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m.–4 p.m.

($10/adults, $6 under 12 years old, $25/family).

FMI on scheduled events, or to schedule a tour, call

(207) 897-4366 or visit www.norlands.org

Locally Grown, Locally Made

Norlands Living History Center

290 Norlands Road, Livermore

The Washburn Norlands Living History Center

helps rural 19th century come to life. The center

has six buildings embodying a crossroads

community of the era. There is a one-room

schoolhouse, a stone library, a church, a grand

mansion (built in 1867), and outbuildings all situated

on 445 acres. The Norlands hosts festivals

and events with a “turn of the century” flavor

Finley Funeral Home

707 Main Street


ME 04249

(207) 933-4444

Finley Funeral Home

Caring for your needs since 1970

Caring for your needs since 1970


15 Church Street

Livermore Falls,

ME 04254

(207) 897-3588

Member of International Order of the Golden Rule

The Maine www.finleyfuneralhome.com

Funeral Directors Association

Member The National of International Funeral Order Directors of the Association Golden Rule

The Maine Funeral Directors Association

The National Funeral Directors Association

Ski Museum of Maine

Main Street (Route 27), Kingfield

Established in 1995, the museum celebrates

Maine’s ski history and heritage. Exhibit’s change

about every four months. Open Wednesday

through Saturday, from 1–4 p.m.

FMI: (207) 265-2023 or www.skimuseumofmaine.org.





(207) 897-4555

455 E. Jay Road, Jay, ME 04239

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Cultural Attractions

Titcomb House

118 Academy Street, Farmington

Furnished in the 1840s period with Titcomb family

memorabilia, including an antique doll collection,

this house is open July and August on Wednesday

and Saturday from 1–4 p.m.

FMI or to arrange a tour, call (207) 778-2835.

University of Maine at Farmington

Art Gallery

246 Main St., Farmington

The Gallery features works by artists from Maine

and other regions of the country. Shows demonstrating

a variety of styles, and media contemporary

art are displayed at the Gallery. Gallery hours

are Tuesday through Sunday noon-4pm and by

appointment during the academic year. Except

for special exhibitions, the gallery is closed during

the summer and academic holidays.

FMI: Or to make special arrangements, call (207)


Wilton Farm & Home Museum

Old Bass Building, Canal Street, Wilton Village

Operated by the Wilton Historical Society, the museum

houses a sizable collection of items from the

early period of the G. H. Bass Shoe Manufacturing

Company, along with memorabilia from its founder

and other famous wearers of Bass shoes and boots.

The basement level features farm and shoemaking

tools, and includes the working Canal Street Forge,

where blacksmith Ray Tilton (207-645-2261) gives

lessons on the art of blacksmithing. The main floor

houses the general meeting, display room, kitchen

and restored parlor. The second floor is devoted

to homemaking, military uniforms, ladies’ clothing,

bedrooms, and an extensive bottle and Wilton

Academy collections. The third level includes a

scouting exhibit, and an adult and child’s bedroom.

The museum is open by appointment.

Call 645-2360, or 645-3436.

231 Park St, Livermore Falls

(207) 897-5711


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Olde Fashioned

Christmas Festival

Sponsored by JLLF Chamber of Commerce

at Boothby’s Orchard and Farm

366 Boothby Road, Livermore, Maine

Friday, December 2 4:00 - 7:00

Saturday, December 3 1:00 - 7:00

Sunday, December 4 2:00 - 5:00

Bring your family and dress warm for this free, outdoor celebration

• Free cocoa and coffee and homemade treats for all

• Enjoy the festival of trees in the barn where 100% of

tickets sold and donations made go directly to local needs

& organizations

• Come a-wassailing through a lighted orchard

• Shop the Farmhouse Craft Fair where you can warm up and

get a unique, locally made gift for that someone special

• Family portraits for $5.00 in and around the barn

• Warm up by the campfires, weather permitting

• Stay tuned to Facebook for the best times to catch

SANTA for that prized photo!

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Churches, Libraries and Schools


Sundays bring the community together. Churches

of many denominations are located in the area.

Please contact individual churches about speakers,

services, and special events.


Fayette Baptist Church

39 Baldwin Hill Road (207) 685-9492


Bartlett Memorial United Methodist


East Dixfield Road (207) 645-4885

Bean’s Corner Baptist Church

17 Chesterville Road (207) 645-2925

New Life Baptist Church

Pastor Chris Grimbilas

66 Hyde Road (207) 897-9333


Jay Baptist Church

27 Smith Avenue (207) 897-6110

Cornerstone Baptist Church

North Jay Road (207) 897-3081

St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church

Fr Paul Dumais

1 Church Street (207) 897-2173

Seventh Day Adventist Church

Oak Street (207) 897-7140

Son Shine Ministries Word of Faith

99 Main Street (207) 897-5700


Gibbs Mill Road Baptist Church

97 Gibbs Mill Road (207) 491-9415

North Livermore Baptist Church

619 Federal Road (207) 897-5377

Victory Christian Church

1680 Federal Road (207) 897-2111

Wayside Bible Baptist Church

1724 Federal Road (207) 897-2598


Eaton Memorial United Methodist Church

28 Church Street (207) 897-3063

Emmanuel Assembly of God Church

Junction of Routes 133/17 (207) 897-5400

First Baptist Church

25 Church Street (207)897-2656

Livermore Falls Church of the Nazarene

6 Wheeler Street (207)897-2301

Moose Hill Free Will Baptist Church

30 Record Road (207)897-2656

United Pentecostal Church

10 Union Street (207)897-4995

= Chamber member

New Community Center

at St. Rose

OPEN: TUESDAYS 12:00 - 4:00

SATURDAYS 10:00 - 2:00

At the New Community Center

at St. Rose 1 Church Street ~ Jay

Store entrance back of building on Horan Street

All proceeds support outreach

to the community!

1 Church Street, Jay • 207-897-2173


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Jay-Niles Memorial Library

Director Tamara Hoke

(207) 645 4062

983 Main Street in North Jay


Livermore Public Library

Director Amanda Barton

(207) 897-7173

22 Church Street in Livermore


Treat Memorial Library

Director Myra Rosenbaum

(207) 897-3631

56 Main Street in Livermore Falls


Underwood Memorial Library

Director Michelle Briggs

(207) 685-3778

2006 Main Street, Fayette



RSU 73 (Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls)

Superintendent Offices, 9 Cedar St., Livermore Falls

(207) 897-6722

The tri-town area has one consolidated school system

that is striving for innovation and to provide an education

for the 21st Century to area students. The RSU

73 has a progressive adult education center, enriching

community programming and higher learning options.

As a result of this consolidated educational system,

the schools provide comprehensive learning options

for students and the community. The system has

four facilities and a central office complex attached to

the adult education center. RSU 73 is actively working

on a current alignment of national standards for core

academic courses.

Grades K-2

Spruce Mountain Primary School

107 Gibbs Mills Rd., Livermore

(207) 897-3355

Churches, Libraries and Schools


Commercial & Residential

Crushed Stone • Stone

Gravel • Loam • Aggregates

563 Town Farm Road, Farmington • 778-4875

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Churches, Libraries and Schools

Grades 3-5

Spruce Mountain Elementary School

12 Tiger Drive, Jay

(207) 897-5719

Grades 6-8

Spruce Mountain Middle School

23 Community Drive, Jay

(207) 897-4319

Grades 9-12

Spruce Mountain High School

33 Community Drive, Jay

(207) 897-4336;

Starting in 2012, the tri-towns combined resources

under a new cooperative high school. They renamed

Spruce Mountain High School, which became a class

B school. The colors and mascot were chosen by students

of Livermore Falls and Jay High Schools.

The mascot, the Phoenix, symbolizes “rising from the

ashes” of the two former schools. The name comes from

Spruce Mountain located in Jay, Maine. For generations,

students from both high schools have skied at the

mountain making it an appropriate name for the school.

Spruce Mountain Adult & Community Education


9 Cedar Street in Livermore Falls

(207) 897-6406

Members of the community are encouraged to come

in and experience all that our multi-faceted center

has to offer. From enrichment courses where you

can advance your baking, quilting, welding or painting

abilities to obtaining a high school equivalency

diploma, discovering the rigors of higher education

in our College Transitions program, or attending college

courses via ITV located on our site; we are here to

help! Call today to see how we can assist you in your

journey of life-long learning.

Regional Technology Center

173 Seamon Rd., Farmington

(207) 778-3562

Foster Regional Applied Technical Center- Mt. Blue

Regional School District in Farmington offers a variety

of specialized programs for students in several

regional school systems, including the juniors and

seniors of RSU 73.

Fayette Central School


Fayette Central School is an elementary school for

Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5 students.

Crayon Country Developmental Preschool

455 E. Jay Rd, Jay

(207) 897-4555



Among the many higher educational opportunities

in our area are numerous colleges, universities

and technical schools. The University of Maine at

Farmington, Bates College in Lewiston, Central

Maine Community College in Auburn, University

of Southern Maine in Lewiston, Southern New

Hampshire University in Auburn, Kaplan University

in Lewiston and the University of Maine at Augusta

are all within a 50-mile drive or less.

Franklin County Community College Network offers

college classes (in partnership with Central Maine

Community College) and other training programs

throughout our area.

FMI: (207) 491-2752 www.franklinnetwork.org








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The Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls Chamber of

Commerce designed this guide especially for you.

Whether you are a visitor to the area, or have lived

here your whole life, we feel this guide will be

a valuable resource. The Chamber would like to

thank the Marketing & Development Committee

members, Christine Fournier, Karin Ashmore, Bob

Berry, Eileen Liddy as well as Sun Media Group

employees Mike Blanchet, Brayden Rollins, and

graphic designer Lisa McCann for their dedication

to this project. The Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls

Chamber of Commerce would also like to express

great appreciation to our local writers and photographers

for their contributions to this guide,

Rob and Denise Boothby and Kenny Jacques.

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Member Directory



Merrill’s Garage 1394 Main St, PO Box 120 Jay 04239 (207)645-6028


Ambition Brewing 295 Main St, Wilton Me 04294 (207)578-0229 ambitionbrews.com


Androscoggin Land Trust P.O. Box 3145 Auburn Me 04212 (207)782-2302 androschogginlandtrust.org

Franklin County Chamber of Commerce 615 Wilton Rd, Farmington Me 04938 (207)778-4215 franklincountymaine.org

Greater Franklin Development Council 165 Front St., Farmington 04938 (207)778-5887 greaterfranklin.com

Jay, Livermore Falls Lions Club PO Box 33, Livermore Falls 04254 (207)645-2786 mainelions.org

Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls Chamber PO Box 458, Livermore Falls 04254 (207)500-2464 jay-livemore-lf.org

New Life Baptist Church 66 Hyde Rd., Jay 04239 (207)897-9333 newlifeinjay.org

River Valley Chamber of Commerce 10 Bridge Street, Rumford Me 04276 (207)364-3241 rivervalleychamber.com

Emmanual Assmebly of God 4 Fayette Rd Livermore Falls (207)897-5400 emmanuelassembly.com


Crayon Country Educational Childcare 455 East Rd., Jay 04239 (207)897-4555

Regional School Unit 73 9 Cedar St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-6722 rsu73.org

Western Maine Play Museum 561 Main St Wilton Me 04294 (207)645-3945 westernmaineplay.org


Holland Strong Community Foundation 90 Shea St. Wilton Me 04294 (207)491-0827 hollandstrong.org


Ameriprise Financial 2 Skyline Dr., Jay 04239 (207)897-5117 ameripriseadvisors.com

Androscoggin Bank 6 Androscoggin Ln., Jay 04239 (207)897-4401 androscogginbank.com

Community Concepts Finance Corp 17 Market Square, S Paris 04281 (207)333-6419 ccfcmaine.org

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Franklin Savings Bank 9 Main St., Jay 04239 P.O. Box 30 (207)897-3982 franklinsavings.bank

Otis Federal Credit Union 170 Main St., Jay 04239 (207)897-0900 otisfcu.coop


Don’s Stove Shop 113 River Rd., Livermore 04253 (207)897-4200 donsstoveshop.com

George Merrill & Son Logging, LLC 127 Intervale Rd., Jay 04239 (207)897-2487

Re-Energy 267 Diamond Rd., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-6592 reenergyholdings.com


Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice 15 Strawberry Ave, Lewiston 04243 (207)777-7740 ahch.org

Fitness Stylz 17 Depot St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-5978 fitnessstylz.com

Franklin Community Health Network 111 Franklin Health Commons, Farmington 04938 (207)778-6031 fchn.org

Healthy Community Coalition 105 Mt Blue Circle, Farmington 04938 (207)779-2925 fchn.org/HCC

Foothills Chiropractic 259 Main St., Jay 04239 (207)897-2332 keiranchiro.com

Renovation Cross Fit 25 Cedar St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)578-4421 renovationcrossfit.com

Spruce Mountain Ski Club Ski Slope Road, Jay Me 04239 (207)897-4090 sprucemountainmaine.wordpress.com

Spruce Mountain Pharmacy 3 Tweedie St., Jay 04239 (207)897-9080 sprucemtrx.com

Western Maine Family Health Center 16 Depot St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-4345 healthreachchc.org


Weber Insurance Agency P.O Box 284, 20 Main St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-4313 weberagency.net


Jay Niles Memorial Library 983 Main St., North Jay 04239 (207)645-4062 jaynileslibrary.com

Livermore Public Library 22 Church St., Livermore 04253 (207)897-7173 livermore.lib.us

Treat Memorial Library 56 Main St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-3631 treat.lib.us

Washburn-Norlands Living History Center 290 Norland Rd., Livermore 04253 (207)897-4366 norlands.org

Member Directory

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Member Directory


Western Maine Play Museum


Comfort Inn & Suites 1026 US Rt 2 Wilton Me 04294 (207)645-5155 choicehotels.com/me056


Pixelle Specility Solutions 300 Riley Rd., Jay 04239 (207)897-1667 pixelle.com

Pallet One / Isaacson Lumber 231 Park St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-5711 palletone.com

Re-Energy 267 Diamond Rd., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-6592 reenergyholdings.com


Discover Maine Magazine 10 Exchange St.,Suite 208, Portland 04101 (207)874-7720 discovermainemagazine.com

IndyMedia- Dwight Hines P.O. Box 685, Livermore, Me 04253 (207)897-2032

West Coast Maine Magazine 272 Pikes Hill, Norway 04268 (207)743-8616 westcoastmaine.com


Town of Jay 340 Main St., Jay 04239 (207)897-6785 jay-maine.org

Town of Livermore 10 Crash Rd., Livermore 04253 (207)897-3207 livermoremaine.org

Town of Livermore Falls 2 Main St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-3321 livermorefallsmaine.org


Berry Fruit Farm 361 Crash Rd., Livermore 04253 (207)897-4767 berryfruitfarm.com

Boothby’s Orchard & Farm Winery 366 Boothby Rd., Livemore 04253 (207)754-3500 mainehoneycrisp.com

Shaky Barn Farm Gardens 504 Boothby Rd., Livermore 04253 (207)491-9797

Maple Berry Bird Farm 231 Strickland Ferry Rd, Livermore 04253 (207)897-5082

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Bean Group 42 Church St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-6006 beangroup.com

The Whittemore Realty Group 75 Main St. Livermore Falls 04254 (207)512-6136 thewhittemorerealtygroup.com

County Seat Realty 186 Main St Farmington Me 04938 (207)778-4452 countyseatrlty.com


Calzolaio Pasta Co. 284 Main St., Wilton 04294 (207)645-9500 calzolaiopasta.com

Chuck Wagon Restaurant 2 Depot St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-4031 chuckwagon-restaurant.com

Heartfelt Cookie Farmington, Me (207)670-6702 heartfeltcookie.com

Stevie J’s Burger & Burrito 24 Main St. Livermore Falls 04254 (207)500-2494


Castonguay Meats 252 Gibbs Mill Rd., Livermore 04253 (207)897-4989 castonguaymeats.com

Don’s Stove Shop 113 River Rd., Livermore 04253 (207)897-4200 donsstoveshop.com

Inside Out Indoor Garden Supply 1766 Federal Rd., Livermore 04254 (207)897-2221 insideoutindoorgardensupply.com

Spruce Mountain Pharmacy 3 Tweedie St., Jay 04239 (207)897-9080 sprucemtrx.com

Ware Butler, Inc. 33 Depot St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-3861 warebutler.com


Aptuitiv 224 Broadway, Farmington 04938 (207)860-4040 aptuitiv.com

BMA Holdings Jay, Maine 04239 (207)578-1005 bruceadams1005@gmail.com

Boothby Silver LLC 22 School House Rd Turner 04282 (207)225-5044 boothbysilver.com

Castonguay Meats 252 Gibbs Mill Rd., Livermore 04253 (207)897-4989 castonguaymeats.com

Don’s Stove Shop 113 River Rd., Livermore 04253 (207)897-4200 donsstoveshop.com

Expenet Technologies 343 Main St., Wilton 04294 (207)645-4449 expenet.com

George Merrill & Son Logging, LLC 127 Intervale Rd., Jay 04239 (207)897-2487

Hilltop Collision P.O. Box 89 Jay, Me 04239 (207) 897-2300 hilltop-collision.com

Kachnovich Land Surveying 328 Main St., Jay 04239 (207)897-2748 mainesurveying.com

Member Directory

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Member Directory


Main-Land Development Consultants 69 Main St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-56752 main-landdci.com

Ronald G. Aseltine, Esq. P.A. 42 Main St., Livermore Falls 04254 (207)897-5597 aseltinelaw.com

Skelton, Taintor and Abbott 95 Main St., Auburn 04210 (207)784-3200 skeltontaintorabbott.net

T&T Landscaping PO Box 611, Livermore 04253 (207)897-2438 tandtlawncare.org

Vortex 521 Federal Rd Livermore, ME 04253 (207)897-3348 tedberrycompany.com

Community Concepts 176 Livermore Falls, 04938


Camp Center Stage 295 Maple Lane, Livermore Me 04253 (207)627-4780 campcenterstage.org

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*Subject to change after 2022 elections.

Governor Janet T. Mills

Office of the Governor

#1 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333

(207) 287-3531


U.S. Senator Susan Collins

55 Lisbon St., Lewiston, ME 04240

(207) 784-6969


U.S. Senator Angus King

4 Gabriel Dr., Suite 3, Augusta, ME 04330

(207) 622-8292


State Senator Russell Black

District 17 (Serving the towns of Jay, Fayette in our

Chamber area)

123 Black Road, Wilton, ME 04294

(207) 491-4667


State Representative Daniel J. Newman

District 76 (Serving the town of Fayette in our

Chamber area)

33 Caibou Road, Belgrade, ME 04917

(207) 548-1837


State Representative Sheila A. Lyman

District 74 (Serving the towns of Jay, Livermore,

Livermore Falls in our Chamber area)

14 Lyman Lane, Livermore Falls, ME 04254

(207) 320-0588


State Senator Lisa Keim

District 18 (Serving the towns of Livermore,

Livermore Falls in our Chamber area)

1505 Main Street, Dixfield, ME 04224

(207) 562-6023


Fayette Town Manager Mark Robinson

2589 Main St., Fayette, ME 04349

(207) 685-4373


Jay Town Manager Shiloh LaFreniere

340 Main St., Jay, ME 04239

(207) 897-6785


Livermore Falls Town Manager

Amanda Allen

2 Main St., Llivermore Falls ME 04254

(207) 897-3321


Government Officials

State Representative Joshua Morris

District 75 (Serving the town of Livermore in our

Chamber area)

P.O. Box 246, North Turner, ME 04266

(207) 754-7829


Livermore Administrative Assistant

Aaron Miller

10 Crash Rd., Livermore, ME 04253

(207) 897-3207


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Welcome to the new

Community Center at St. Rose

• Thrift Store - providing low-cost clothing, household

items, & furniture

• Ora Breads - A volunteer bread guild providing

wholesome, healthy bread to the community,

(All proceeds from Ora & thrift store support outreach to the

local community)

• Tri-Town Ministerial Food Pantry

• Community meals

• Self-serve food pantry

• Hall available for private and community events

The chamber “office” is now

located here in the Community Center!

Stop in to pick up extra copies of this Guide

or for more information about the area!

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Meet the FSB Jay Team!

You probably already know them. Our employees are very involved in

the communities we serve and our Jay crew is no different.

You'll find FSB staffers serving up hotdogs at the Spruce Mountain

concession stand, collecting food for a food drive or handing out free

passes to ski at Spruce Mountain. You may even see branch manager,

Amanda Lee, volunteering her time on the Wilton Events Committee, as

treasurer for two local baseball leagues, or serving as secretary for the

JLLF Chamber!

It is clear that at Franklin Savings Bank, we are more than just

bankers. We are community builders.

www.FranklinSavings.Bank 897-3982 - 800-287-0752 9 Main Street, Jay

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We’re here for you

when you need us.

We’re here for you

when you need us.

As a complete health care resource for the people of Franklin County,

our network includes practices with primary and specialty care. Our

emergency department is designed to care for individuals with serious

medical problems who can’t wait to be seen by a private physician.

We are proud to be a part of the MaineHealth family. Our hospitals,

labs, highly skilled physicians, providers and behavioral health specialists

are committed to providing you with excellent coordinated health care

as close to home as possible.

111 Franklin Health Commons

Farmington, ME 04938


Call us to find a provider: 1-800-450-2075

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