Eastbrook Town House Restoration Project

Eastbrook Town House Restoration Project

With the help of a committee of volunteers and generous grants, the restoration of our the historic Eastbrook Town House is under way. Our goal is to return the Town House to its original use as a community center with events and activities to bringing our residents together.

Update on the Town House Restoration
September 2018

So much has been accomplished in restoring the Town House during the last year. It is on a solid foundation for the first time in its 137 year history, it has a new roof, and decaying clapboards have been replaced.

Now comes the fun part; painting the outside, putting in windows that will make the building look like new and finally refurbishing the inside. A long-held dream to preserve such a historical piece of Eastbrook will become a reality. Help us leverage $25,000 to make the Eastbrook Town House a centerpiece and gathering place for the town. Every dollar you give will be matched by a donating grant and counts to push the red indicator up the fundraising sign displayed outside the Town House.

Please give generously via a tax-deductable donation to the non-profit Eastbrook Town House Preservation project c/o:
Town of Eastbrook
Town House Preservation Fund
959 Eastbrook Rd, Eastbrook, ME 04634

Or: bring in donation to the Town Office

Or: to receive by return mail a token of the committee’s appreciation, mail your donation to:

Diane Stewart, Treasurer
Town House Preservation Committee
1125 Macomber Mill Rd.
Eastbrook, ME 04634.

Other Town House Preservation Committee members who have worked hard to see that the Town House remains a vibrant center of life, community, history and service in Eastbrook are:
Carolyn Yeo, Historian
1176 Eastbrook Rd
Eastbrook, ME 04634

Diane Collar, Secretary
1044 Macomber Mill Rd
Eastbrook, ME 04634

Julie Curtis, Town Selectperson and Committee Advisor