About The Sawyer Memorial

The Araxine Wilkins Sawyer Foundation 
functions under statutes of the State of 
Maine and was established by 
John Marshall Sawyer in 1935 as a 
memorial to his mother, who was a great 
influence in his life.  As a tribute to her - for whom he had the 
deepest regard and admiration - he built the Araxine Wilkins Sawyer Memorial Building from which programs, free to the public, are presented twice monthly on Fridays at 2pm and 7pm from April through November. Programs include narrated travel films, wildlife films, lectures, musicals, magic shows and more. Our purpose in part is "...educational and social. Specifically, to do good. To promote good citizenship. To support and encourage clean, wholesome pleasures, customs and usages..."

We would be pleased to have you join us for many pleasant hours of entertainment! 

For more information, please email the Sawyer Foundation at sawyermem@gmail.com, or contact us by phone 
at (207) 946-5311.

Araxine Wilkins Sawyer Foundation
371 Sawyer Road
Greene, Maine 04236
(207) 946-5311