Sick of those long waits at the big pharmacies? I have found my wait time to be much less at this little pharmacy--they are no more expensive either. Actually, my medication was less here than at Rite Aid. The techs are very pleasant and know customer service is important.
The pharmacists here are the only ones in the area that will make up my mock medications for my medication administration classes. Nice! Along with other needed medical supplies, this drug store sells cute gifts, curios and cards. Always a nice experience there.
They have a lobster tank & fresh clams so you can buy and cook at home or if you'd like some seafood take out, you can let them do the work. Can't lose either way! The store is small, but big enough and service is friendly.
These fresh baked, mostly cake snakes are sold in many of the area convenience stores. The servings are generous and the value is quite good considering where they are sold. They are much tastier than the preservative laden snack that national brand bakeries offer.
This is a small shelter that does what it can with it's resources. It is cramped and small and rather odoriferous, but it is not because the staff do not try to keep it up--it is an older facility is all. They seem to have many more cats than dogs. They do offer lower adoption fees, but often the pets are not vetted as well as at the larger humane societies. They have been plagued by robberies which makes their plight even more difficult. I support them with occasional donations and hope more will!
This is the classiest dog daycare in the central Maine area. Renovated from an older B&B, the owners did a wonderful job at making this facility very attractive. The staff is dog savvy and caring. One drawback is it can be very hard to get through to talk to someone there via telephone. Grooming services are offered as well as the daycare services.
The Christmas Tree shop has tons of fair quality items for about 20% less than can be bought elsewhere. It is fun to pick through the stuff, but you probably will want to save your disposable income for better things these days. If you just need a shopping "fix" it won't hurt the pocketbook to much though!
If you need light groceries and do not want to drive the 20 minutes to Waterville, Dick's is good. Of course, the prices are higher, but for the convenience it is well worth the savings of the gas to go to town. Cashiers are usually pleasant and it's never too crowded.
Gallusha's has been a mainstay of this town for years. Their store is dingy appearing and their stock is dusty and sometimes outdated. Still, the locals would miss it if it were gone, as the gas pumps outside are convenient enough and basically it is just "good enough" to miss!
This is the place to go for freshly baked goodies! Other than that it is a fairly so-so little store, but worth the stop if you'd like a sweet homemade cake or crispy square or bread!