New Community Service Director Cindy Deschenes
Cindy will also oversee any Community Events or other opportunities for service to our community. You can email her your ideas to: cindy.threadsofyoga.gmail.com
"I have come to know many local artists and professionals over the years teaching in Bridgton and I have the utmost respect for the individuals listed below. Personally, I have experienced their offerings and I am happy to support them and share their talents with you. I am hopeful that you will also give them an opportunity to be of service to you."
~ Amy Figoli
Main Street in downtown Bridgton, a favorite spot to the locals and our seasonal guests. So many amazing homemade dishes and bakery sweets!
108 Main Street, Bridgton, ME
Kelly Finan- Graphic Designer
Kelly Finan is a freelance graphic designer and scientific illustrator based out of northeastern Pennsylvania with frequent visits to Maine. She believes deeply in the power of strong, clean visuals to lend credibility and attract customers to any business or organization. As a designer, she specializes in affordable custom logos, brochures, posters flyers, and t-shirt designs for nonprofits and small businesses including The Path of Practice.
View her portfolio at www.kellyfinan.com
True Colors Photography, owned and operated by Bridgton photographer Jody Page, specializes in creating fun, family photography for any occasion. Services include in-home family sessions, on-location individual and group portraits, and event photography.
For pricing and details visit: www.jodypage.com
Scenes of Maine
Steve Beckwith is so talented and humble. Steve's photo's have been highlighted on the news recently as he has captured exceptional images of nature. You can also purchase his prints at Beth's cafe or visit him online.
Heaven and Earth Day Spa & Wellness Center
108 Tandberg Trl, Windham, ME
Maine Morning Micro Roasters
Maine Morning Micro Roasters is committed to serving the greater good and providing fresh, top notch, small batch coffee roasted with love sourced from family farms where people are being supported for their hard work. Fairly traded coffee empowers farmers to lift themselves out of poverty by investing in their farms and communities, protecting the environment, and developing the business skills necessary to compete in the global marketplace.