Updated 1/4/18 at 12:42 p.m.
Augusta Warming Center
St. Mark’s Parish Hall
7 Summer Street
A ministry of Emmanuel Lutheran Episcopal Church and its partners
The Warming Center is open everyday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Augusta- entrance at 9 Pleasant St. Come check us out for resources, conversation or a quick game of cribbage.
Saturday, January 6, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. the Everyday Essentials Pantry and Addie's Attic Free Clothing Pantry will be open as usual.
Seeds of Hope Neighborhood Center
35 South Street
Seeds of Hope will be open 9 am - 1 pm until we lose power or it becomes unsafe for our volunteers to travel if blizzard conditions arise. We will have hot drinks and hot soup, along with breakfast/lunch items.
St. Columba’s Episcopal Church
32 Emery Lane
St. Columba’s will be open 24/7 for the duration of the storm and power outages. (It’s on the same line as St. Andrew’s Village so it seldom loses power).
The Gathering Place
5 Tenney Way
8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Deacon Chick Carroll of St. Paul’s, Brunswick, will be there to welcome people
Also, Brunswick Police Department, at the corner of Pleasant St. and Stanwood St., will be open for people to come in to warm up for a short time. (10-15 minutes only)
First Congregational Church of Camden
55 Elm Street
The church is open as a warming shelter. If more space is needed the high school will be opened to serve more people.
St. Alban’s Episcopal Church
885 Shore Road
The church will be open with playrooms, restrooms, and a kitchen. If power does go out, they will put a sign on the door since there is no generator.
The Rev. David Sivret is working with the Salvation Army to disburse emergency fuel funds. His number is on the St. Anne’s Episcopal Church answering machine - 207-454-8016 (and posted on the door).
St. Anne’s will probably be closed on Thursday unless the travel advisory is lifted but the Rev. Sara Gavit is available to assist anyone needing help at 207-454-2800.
In the event of a power outage in Castine, Trinity Episcopal Church at 150 Perkins Street will crank up its generator and be open as a warming center for people to come warm up and charge phones.
Trinity Jubilee Center
247 Bates Street
As the city’s Warming Center we offer a space where people can seek shelter from the elements during the day when overnight shelters close. There are bathrooms, couches to rest on, and a courtyard where children can run around and play. The Day Shelter provides shelter from the elements year-round.
8-3 Monday-Friday and 10-12:30 Saturday.
Calvary Methodist at 59 Sabbatus St. is open on Sundays as a warming center. They serve breakfast from 7:45 to 9 a.m., and stay open until 3 p.m. (People can sit in the fellowship hall during worship.)
Milo Town Hall is open on Thursday (Jan. 4) as a warming center.
Warming Sites are Mt. Desert Elementary School, Northeast Harbor, Sommesville Fire Station, and Seal Harbor Fire Station. Contact number is 207-276-5111.
Shelter Site: Mt. Desert High School
St. Luke's Cathedral
143 State Street
St. Luke's will be open all day Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for anyone wishing to get warm, recharge batteries, or recharge souls. Stay for Lessons and Carols at 4 p.m. on Sunday!
Tremont and Southwest Harbor:
Warming Sites are Town Hall Meeting Room, Bass Harbor and Southwest Harbor Fire Station. Contact numbers are 207-266-8468 and 207-7911.
St. George’s Episcopal Church
407 York Street
St. George's in York is open 24 hours a day, seven days week. If we have electricity and heat, then anyone is welcome to come on by and get warm.