Monday, December 9, 2013

Festival of Trees

Just Look for the tree with the cheese on top!

Join the Bath Farmers Market,
Bath Freight Shed Alliance and Maine's First Ship
for the 2013 Festival of Trees 
at the Maine Maritime Museum
Wednesday December 11th
from 5:30 until 8:00PM

Friday, November 15, 2013

Welcome Back Bath Farmers Market!

Already into our 3rd market of the season and we are delighted with the response from the vendors and the community. All the efforts from the summer are really making a difference. The space is brighter, more festive and the Kennebec views more abundant. The space is warmer with less air infiltration and the floor is much more level. A central space was created so the music can be enjoyed by all. The prep "kitchen" with new ceilings and a fresh coat of paint is a cheerful place for the vendors and volunteers to find a cup of coffee. Last but not least, the sunny community room is now a welcoming home base for EBT and Market Tokens, exhibits about the Freight Shed and for community groups: first up is the Bath Forestry Committee's Annual Photography Exhibit November 16th!

We thank all the volunteers and supporters for making this happen!

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Paint a sidewalk

Starting at 10AM on Saturday October 26th we'll be painting a sidewalk on Commercial Street, in the same location as future brick side walk. Making this path in the current roadway will help make space for pedestrians. The public is welcome to join us in this painting project. Bring your brushes, light colored, acrylic paints (nice way to use those random left overs) and wear your painting cloths. Please let us know if you plan to attend.

Concept Diagram (Evan Farley)
Wiebke Theodore (
Merry Chapin (

Monday, October 21, 2013

Dear Freight Shed Friends!

We are so thankful to everyone who helped us make great progress at the Freight Shed this summer season! That support came in many forms including attendance at wonderful events! Now we are in the final 2 weeks of getting ready for the Winter Farmers Market Season and we would be thrilled to have you join us even for an hour or so!

If you are available for any of these times please let us know, or if another time works better for you  we can make the arrangements. It is important to confirm because we need to have enough people on hand to make it work!!

Thanks again for all the wonderful support you have given us - together it is truly amazing what we can accomplish!

Please email  Wiebke (  or Merry  (

Oct 16th - Oct 25th                    Wood floor installation

Weds. Oct. 23rd  1-4PM            Commercial Street clean up -

Friday  Oct. 25th     2-6PM        Storm window construction, fix door, hang lights

Saturday Oct. 26th 10-12           Side walk path painting / vendors deliver tables 12:30PM

Sunday Oct.27th  1-4PM            Hang lights, signs + tarps

Weds. Oct. 30th    1-4PM           Set up heating, box in area @bathroom

Friday Nov. 1st    1-4PM            Final Cleaning!!

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Freight Shed Fourth and Final Full Moon Dinner – A blend of Greece & Italy!

A full moon once again was present at the Bath Freight Shed Alliance’s fourth Full Moon Dinner fundraiser.

Chef Tim O'Brien of Trattoria Athena in Brunswick provided a gathering of some fifty guests with a very memorable meal in an welcoming setting with the Freight Shed’s open sliding riverside doors bringing in light from the full moon.

The hors d’oeuvres were delicate small savoy cabbages stuffed with Arborio rice, whiting, monkfish, dill and lemon and mushroom crostini, made with crimini mushrooms, cipollini and goat cheese – both savory and delicious.

Chef O'Brien then followed with a tri-colored bean salad, combining yellow beans with red onion, garlic chips, cheese, arugula, heirloom tomato blended with an almond dressing.

These delectable harbingers led perfectly to the main courses – a meat lasagna with layers of fresh pasta, ricotta cheese, pork and leek soubise ‘besciamella’ and a vegetarian lasagna with layers of fresh pasta, roasted butternut and delicata squash, mascarpone and ricotta cheeses and leek sourbise ‘besciamella’.

Duca corvine/cabernet wine, Gritty’s IPA beer and Now You’re Cooking's sparkling water complimented the food delights.

A tart apple crisp with ouzo and whipped crème and savory coffee completed the highly satisfying offering.

In keeping with the Freight Shed policy of supporting local and healthy food, Chef O'Brien sourced food for the meal from: 

Music was provided by Married with Chitlins. Co-founder of the Freight Shed, Wiebke Theodore exhibited a series of her acrylic abstract paintings, many of which are of scenes at the Wooden Boat School, which will continued through the month.

A wonderful meal, great guests, and good fun, all in support of the Bath Freight Shed and its programs.

To view the entire photo album of the final Full Moon Dinner, please visit our Facebook Page here!

The Bath Freight Shed Alliance is a non profit organization whose mission includes preservation of the Bath Freight Shed as a community facility, working closely with joint tenant Maine First Ship to promote various programs involving preservation, food, health, the arts, education, local history and environmental sustainability.

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Monday, September 23, 2013

Paintings to Benefit the New Floor

An exhibit of paintings by Wiebke Theodore co-founder of the Freight Shed Alliance, will be on view at the Freight Shed through September 28th. The work is mostly abstract and was done on Deer Isle and Arrowsic. Five of the twelve paintings are of the Wooden Boat School. The paintings are for sale 50% of the proceeds will go toward funding the new floor in the Freight Shed.

The South End Exhibit Space will be open 9:00 -1:00PM on Saturday September 28th or by appointment.

18"x18" Sticked Wood                               18"x18" Porch Column

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

An August Full Moon Dinner with Chef Jon Merry of Dragonfly Cove Farm, a wood oven and a very full moon!

The Bath Freight Shed Alliance continued its Full Moon Dinner fundraisers with Chef Jon Merry and Dragonfly Cove Farm (Joe Murray & Marge Kilkelly) on August 20th under a wonderful, rising ‘Full Moon’ over the Kennebec at the Freight Shed. Some sixty guests and volunteers enjoyed an eclectic Iberian “tapas” meal of varying delights largely prepared on a huge on-site wood burning oven donated for the event by Bennett Collins of Harvest Moon Pizza.

Saturday, August 17, 2013

The Second Full Moon Dinner at the Freight Shed – Great food and a very full moon!

Full Buck Moon over the Kennebec
July 22, 2013

The Bath Freight Shed Alliance held its second Full Moon Dinner fundraiser under a very visible and brightly shining "Full Buck Moon" last Saturday, July 22nd. With all the sliding doors open and the moon rising over the Kennebec, some 50 guests enjoyed an exciting meal prepared by Chef Ray Franklyn of Solo Bistro of Bath. Will and Pia Nielson, owners of Solo Bistro, provided the food and drink with support from vendors at the Bath Farmers Market.

Friday, August 2, 2013

Calling All Hands on Deck!

We're in the thick of putting down a rough board floor in the Freight Shed and would be so grateful for some volunteers to give us a hand -- an hour, maybe two of your time would be so helpful!
New Floor Boards July 2013
If you have any time to spare this Friday, August 2nd between 8 am and 4 pm or on Sunday, August 4th between noon and 4 pm -- we would be so grateful for your time... and energy!

If you think you can make it, please email Wiebke.

Thanks so much!

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Full Moon Art Show featuring the evocative photography of Johannah Harkness.

Old Saw in Freight Shed
Johannah Harkness
The Bath Freight Shed Alliance invites you to join them on August 16 from 6 to 7 PM to open an exhibit of the evocative photography of Johannah Harkness. The show will be open Saturday 8/17 from 9 to 12 PM.

My Trip Abroad
Johannah Harkness
Johannah has been enthralled since the age of six with the magic of the camera image and the power of creation.. Her work ranges from literal portraits to narrative and allegorical works. Her recent work includes several images of the Freight Shed , which she first visited last summer. "I was instantly drawn to the type of eerily beautiful light there that often seeps into and haunts venerable spaces.…out of this came the inspiration for work that will be featured during the August Full Moon Dinner," says Harkness. A private showing will be part of the celebration at the Dinner on August 20 (the dinner is sold out).

A portion of the proceeds from the show will be donated to the Freight Shed.

Friday, July 26, 2013

Calling all Volunteers! Work Day at the Freight Shed this Sunday, July 28th.

This Sunday, July 28th, we could use some help clearing out the south end from Noon to 3pm.

Higmos will be delivering the lumber for the new floor in the south end on Monday and will be installed during next week. So, we need to be ready and could really do with some helping hands!

Tasks include:

Move picnic tables outside, carpet rolls in the gallery, folding chairs in the gallery
If possible it would be great if we could...
Paint kitchen and ticket booth room ceilings, complete the interior wood walls fix the south end door, finish railing
Please let us know if you can make it! (or if there is another time that is better for you)


Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Sandra Garson offers her cookbook in support of the Freight Shed: winter home of the Bath Farmers Market!

Sandra Garson, a journalist, farmers market advocate who is passionate about food and Maine will be on hand and offering the Second Edition of her popular cookbook How to Fix a Leek & Other Food from Your Farmers' Market for $20 as a fundraiser for the Freight Shed. 

During the Full Moon Dinner on July 22nd,  Sandra will be available to sign and personalize the copies and will slip in a copy of a knock out new birthday cake recipe. We will also take orders for the cookbook through the month of July. A copy of it will be on view at the Freight Shed along with a sign up list.

Garson’s food essays have been published in Downeast Magazine, Yankee, Radcliffe Culinary Times, the New Fillmore, and Tricycle, the Buddhist quarterly. Garson is an adviser to the Himalayan Pantry in New York, former owner of Tastewrights Catering in Brunswick and sold baked goods at the Brunswick Farmers' Market during the 1985 season.

In How to Fix a Leek, Sandra Garson answers the most common questions posed to Maine farmers at their markets: What is this? How long will you have it? Can I store it? What will I do with it? This easy-to-read, comprehensive guide includes uses for the marvels the farmers produce and carefully chosen, quick step-by-step recipes-taking full advantage of local flavor-so your meals are as memorable as Maine. 

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Freight Shed opening Full Moon Dinner fundraiser a howling success!

For the opening of its Full Moon Dinners, the Bath Freight Shed Alliance kicked off its ‘Good Food’ summer season with a four course meal prepared by Chef Aaron Park of Henry & Marty’s of Brunswick on Sunday, June 23rd at the Freight Shed. Some fifty guests joined in the event and despite the furtiveness of the ‘full moon’, Chef Park’s offerings were truly exceptional.

The hors d’oeuvres plate featured a smooth but crunchy chicken liver pate, sharp goat chorizo and a wonderful vegetable pate accompanied by pickled spring onions, chèvre and a delicious organic carrot and beet blend with caramelized spring onions and cashews. A perfect harbinger of good things to follow!

After a plated salad with farmers’ market greens, fresh mozzarella, hakeuri turnips, and  kohlrabi enhanced by a smooth fresh herb vinaigrette, Chef Park provide an entrée of rhubarb maple roasted chicken, a slow roasted brisket, chunky but smooth, balanced with a rhubarb BBQ sauce, Heiwa tofu, Jacob’s Cattle Bean cassoulet, la ratte potatoes and chanterelle mushrooms with sugar snap peas in a honey glaze. The entrée  was absolutely delicious with varying textures, colors and tastes.

A strawberry rhubarb desert with a granola crisp with yogurt whipped cream topping followed by coffee completed a highly varied yet very satisfying meal.

A selection of three mead wines provided by Rob Nicholl of Fiddler’s Reach, served Merrymeeting with the hors d’oeuvres, a light crisp wine from wildflowers and wild raspberry blossoms; accompanying the entrée was a dry red mead wine Wild Blue, a blend of dry blueberries and blueberry blossom honey and lastly with desert, Soft Southerly, made from Leatherwood flower honey, distinguished by its cinnamon spiciness.

Chef Aaron Park selecting the ingredients for the feast!
Chef Park sourced most of the food from local farms and food producers, most of whom participate in the Bath Farmer’s Market at the Freight Shed.

Local artist Maina Handmaker exhibited her work in the Freight Shed Community Room, with a number of items being sold and the proceeds shared with the Freight Shed and Maina.

Maina Handmaker exhibiting one of her triptychs

Peter Alexander and Johanna Harkness provided wonderful music in keeping with the event.
Peter Alexander and Johanna Harkness 

The reviews received included:

“Perfect in every way!”

“Amazing ambiance,  presentation and food!”

“Truly delectable!”

“A fascinating palette of tastes, textures and wines”

“A lovely event!”

“Count it as a great success!” 

-- all despite the moon making only a fleeting appearance, seen by few at the event. Focus had instead turned to good food, good drink and good company, all for a good cause!

Thank you Chef Aaron Park and everyone that pitched in for a great Full Moon Summer Celebration Kick Off!

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

AmeriCorps NCCC Team Buffalo 1 -- Thank YOU!

A huge THANK YOU to the amazing AmeriCorps NCCC Team Buffalo 1

This group of young people (ages 18-24 ) arrived at the Freight Shed early Saturday in the pouring rain and after an introduction to the history of the place and what's happening here, they dug in! 

Painting, cleaning, organizing, cleaning the Virginia model, building shelving, and moving a huge block of white oak, fresh from Higmo's Sawmill. Maine's First Ship and the Bath Freight Shed Alliance could not be more thrilled.

This AmeriCorps team comes from all over the country: Washington, Colorado, Maryland, Texas and more and has formed a really cohesive group. It was great to see how they support each other and are super problem solvers. They seemed truly interested in this place and what we are doing. The cold temperatures and grey skies could not dampen their spirits!

We hope to welcome AmeriCorps back again and if we are really lucky we will have a longer term AmeriCorps member here at the Freight Shed it the future! 

With some fuel, in the form of warm sticky buns Aaron Park baked, this group was a whirlwind!

AmeriCorps NCCC Team Buffalo 1

Jake Clark
Emma Graves
Joshua Hernandez (Team Leader)
Justin Lieby
Meagan Julian
Jimmie Perkins
Kayla Hanson
Sierra Taylor
James Owen Wolfe IV
Alexander Slater
Alex McDonald

NCCC Team Buffalo 1 -- Thank you!!

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Thank you for making the Mayfair Yard sale a resounding success!

A huge THANK YOU to Maine's First Ship (MFS) and Gayla Teague, Joanne Luneau and Merry Chapin for their tremendous generosity in running the May Fair Yard Sale! 

They raised close to $800 and shared their enthusiasm for this special place and the MFS/BFSA collaboration with many Freight Shed visitors on Saturday. 

Thanks to all the people who donated great items for the sale - your donations became funds which will go directly into paying down what we owe on our new roof. The Freight Shed also now has a great collection of dishes, mugs and flat ware that came in during the last few winter markets. 

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Coming up at the Freight Shed: Spring & Summer Events

Capital to the Coast Exploratory Bike Ride

Sat. 5/25/13: 50 degrees and rainy are not the conditions we want to expose you to this great trail. Keep in touch and KELT will find a date to try this ride again.

 Saturday, May 25th, 2013
Noon - 6PM
38 miles - Bath to Gardiner, Maine

The Kennebec Estuary Land Trust (KELT), one of our local alliance organizations, is assisting towns from Bath to Gardiner in developing a trail dedicated to active transportation -- the proposed Capital to the Coast Trail

The group will start at the Freight Shed on Commercial Street in Bath at noon (fuel up at the Bath Farmer’s Market next door at Waterfront Park) and end in Gardiner in time to join the 5:30 bike parade at their Ride into Summer celebration.

The Bath Freight Shed together with KELT invite you and other local bike/pedestrian advocates to join an exploratory group ride of the proposed Capital to the Coast Trail (38 miles) on Saturday, May 25th, Noon - 6pm.


This self-supported bicycle ride will explore the interim route of two proposed long-distance trails. Participants will enjoy scenic views of the rivers that flow into Merrymeeting Bay, take photos for promotion and help build energy for trail development. Your feedback on the positive and challenging aspects of the route will help us design the best trail possible!
A group ride on paved roads from Bath to Gardiner with frequent rest & regroup stops. Group pace ~10-12 mph, the route is mostly flat with hills in the final section.

For organizers, supporters and those curious about the proposed Androscoggin to the Kennebec Trail (Bath to Brunswick) and Merrymeeting Trail (Topsham to Gardiner). Ride is limited to 25 participants.
Free! Anticipate spending ~ $20 on snacks at local businesses to show trail communities that cyclists are an economic boost.
Registration is required by May 17, and we are capping the ride at 25 participants.

Email Alicia Hepburn, KELT Project Director, or call at 207-442-8400 for more details, registration and carpooling information.

Download the KELT Capital to the Coast Exploratory Bike Ride poster here!

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The Winter Season at the Freight Shed is a Wrap!

Join us this Saturday, April 27th, as we celebrate a great winter season at the Freight Shed. 

Thanks to the Bath Farmers Market for their faith in this project and to all the customers new and old who made this place such a vibrant fun place to be on Saturday mornings.

Thanks to all the community partners and artists who shared their work with us in the community room and thank you to all the musicians who serenaded us!

Thanks to all the volunteers who spruced up the place, added layers of insulation in various forms, thanks to the board members who work so hard to make this venture viable and something that can be sustained and an extra special thank you to Jay Coffey who saw the sunrise every Saturday for six months to get the space heated up and ready for the day and would be at the Freight Shed at a moments notice to help out!

This weekend we wrap up the season with an exhibit of Keith Spiro's photographs of the Goranson Farm. We are so grateful to the farmers and food producers for all their hard hard work that fuels this community. Keith's photographs connect us with the beauty of the place and the people.

Thanks to all of you who have become members, bought bricks and Kickstarted just a year ago! There will be lots happening this summer and many ways to participate! Please stay posted.


Friday, April 19, 2013

What a Difference a Year Makes! Kickstarter Update #16 · Apr 19, 2013

Greetings Freight Shed Friends!

In two weeks, the Bath Farmers Market will move outside for the "summer" season. Hard to imagine since the temps in the morning still hover around freezing!

Thanks to your generous support the Freight Shed has become a real hub of activity this winter. Not only as home to the Bath Farmers Market but also as a place for beekeepers, artists, 4th grade composters, musicians, boat builders, rag rug makers, 4 H Clubs, neighbors to share their work and ideas. Vendors arrived in smaller vehicles because their set ups could stay in place and the easy access meant they could arrive later. People walked to the market and then spent time on our main street. The downtown businesses noticed the difference. Due to the market so many more people saw the potential of this place holds for the community.

We submitted our 501 (c) 3 application and we are actively seeking charter members and volunteers. Our next steps include repairing the exterior, installing a sprinkler system and kitchen. We plan on doing much of this work with volunteer and student help. The city will be building a side walk in front of the building that will be extra wide and provide plenty of space for bike racks as well a great social space to enjoy the west light. In January we got the City's permission to sell engraved bricks that will be installed in front of the Freight Shed. This will to help us fund the repairs!

Record breaking snow storms and cold temps did not stop our first season from being a huge success. We look forward to a summer with a Full Moon Dinner Series, music, boat building and lots of hands-on building repairs.

Your participation made it happen and we can't thank you enough!


Saturday, April 13, 2013

This Week at the Bath Freight Shed: Habitat for Humanity 7 Rivers Maine - April 13, 2013

Check out this Bath Community Television tour of the Bath Landfill, guided by the City of Bath Public Works Deputy Director Lee Leiner.

Join us TODAY at the Bath Farmers Market  - where you can put your veggies in your bag, coffee in your jar, all styrofoam free .

Our guest this week is Peggy Siegle, Director of Development and Communications for Habitat for Humanity 7 Rivers Maine. Drop by and learn about the ReStore here in Bath. 
Bath Natural Market
Sponsors of the Mid Summer Benefit Dinner & Concert for the Freight Shed
July 2012
Did you know that all the great picnic tables at the Freight Shed and the storm windows on the north end of the Freight Shed were built by Habitat volunteers?

Joanne Luneau, a Bath Freight Shed Alliance and Maine's First Ship volunteer, will share some great re-purposing projects and lead a hands on rag-rug making project.
Share your favorite re-use idea and help us stop the Bath Landfill Mountain from growing!

See you in the South End Community Room!

Coming up at the Freight Shed

  • April 27th: KELT's community blitz day to stencil storm drains in downtown Bath. Learn more about this upcoming event at "No Dumping! Drains to River!"

    April 27th: Last day of the Winter Market tribute to our local farmers and food producers - in photographs and paintings of our Bath Farmers Market farms 

  • May 4th: Maine's First Ship /Bath Freight Shed Yard Sale

    Friday, March 29, 2013

    This Week at the Bath Freight Shed: Georgetown Central School 4th Grade - April 6, 2013

    Earth Month in the Community Room:

    April 6th: Georgetown Central School 4th Grade composting project

    April 13th: Creative examples of re-use exhibit and hands on activities. Pictured is a chair being re-used from a (legally obtained!) discarded Wrong Way sign!

    April 27th: KELT's community blitz day to stencil storm drains in downtown Bath. Learn more about this upcoming event at "No Dumping! Drains to River!"

    April 27th: Last day of the Winter Market tribute to our local farmers and food producers - in photographs and paintings of our Bath Farmers Market farms 

    Coming up later this Spring:

    Useful Resources to Green your Lifestyle

    Did you know that you can do away with the commercial household cleaning products that contain harsh chemicals with everyday products you you may already have in your kitchen? You knew folks did this but didn't know which product to use for carpet stains? Laundry detergent? Well there's a website you can access through the National Resources Council of Maine, titled "Toxic-free Maine" with a handy-dandy brochure available to help guide you through as you green up your life!

    Here's a brief PSA from the WCLZ Green Team Minute on the subject


    Some of us do it, some don't, but many of us want to but either don't have the space in our yards or the time. Well there's a new service called Garbage to Garden that simplifies it all for you.
    Here's a snippet describing Garbage to Garden but please visit their website to learn more.
    Stop contributing to landfills and start composting, with Garbage to Garden, where your kitchen scraps are recycled -- your participation helps us to support schools, gardens, and the environment. 
    • Recycle your food scraps on garbage day
    • Compost all food waste, including meat, dairy, and bones
    • Receive a clean bucket each week
    • Request deliveries of matured compost at no extra charge
    • $11 monthly, and FREE if you can volunteer!

    When you compost with Garbage to Garden, you are helping to keep organic waste -- the primary component of trash -- out of landfills and incinerators. You are also reducing atmospheric pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.

    The waste you recycle with Garbage to Garden is used to renew our soils, and to generate green electricity through anaerobic digestion technology, with no harmful byproducts.
    Currently, Garbage to Garden does not provide service to the Bath area but there is a system for petitioning the group to add our city to their routes. Please sign this petition to we can have Garbage to Garden in Bath!

    Friday, March 22, 2013

    Bath Matters – March 21, 2013 | Main Street Bath, Maine - The City of Ships

    In this week's Bath Matters -- Main Street BathJoan Detel updates us on what's available at this Saturday's Market Morning

    Hopefully the last snow of winter is melting as you head for the first Farmers Market of spring. Here at the Freight Shed, on Commercial St behind the Customs House, in Bath, we welcome you Saturdays from 9 to 12.And, despite the snow and cold weather, things are GREENING UP a little more each week.
    Goranson Farm is bringing in pea and sunflower shoots, as well as braising and salad greens; Jan even had a glass of fresh mint last weekend! At Sparrow Farm, the bright red radishes and their leaves sing spring, surrounded by fresh lettuce, celery, Swiss chard and herbs.
    At Small Wonder Organics look for mixed salad greens and perfect spinach. Squire Tarbox is bringing in greens as well. Micromainea is offering broccoli, curly cress, cilantro garnet mustard, purple kohlrabi and purple radish sprouts to zing up you salads or sprinkle on mashed or souped up winter vegetables. Judy was pleased to share that she has added Tao in Brunswick and Solo Bistro in Bath to her list of customers- which already includes Bresca in Portland.
    The Turkey Farm continues to being in delicious KORV sausages made with turkey and potatoes and flavored with caraway and garlic; you really should try their turkey chili, which is thick and meaty and makes a great lunch on the run. Try some of the flavorful chicken parts from Maine-ly Poultry spiced up with great garlic from Squire Tarbox.
    Our cheese makers are working out. Balfour Farm is offering brined feta, nice happy chunks for salad, as well as their new Guilford Garlic. Hahn’s End has a nice batch of their luxurious Blue Velvet, , and some noble Hill Reserve that is just right to eat. Caitlin at Appleton Creamery is starting to use up all that milk from kidding season-lots of fresh chevre, and perfect manchego.
    Cookies are blooming as well. Try ginger molasses or shortbreads from Beryl's Pastries, or chocolate chip and oatmeal from Chase Farm Bakery. Make your tummy happy.
    This week, our music is brought to you by April Reed Cox. Check out the boatbuilding on the river side -- Maine's First Ship folks are happy to share info.

    FMI call 207-649 7611 or email

    Congratulations to the Bath Farmers Market!

    "Community Spirit"
    Winners 2013!!

    St. Patrick's Day Parade
    Bath Blarney Days 2013