Community Events

Friday Evening November 29th, 6:30 PM
The Biddeford Mill Clock Tower is symbolic of the waves of Biddeford mill workers who made our City what it is today.  Built in 1853, this iconic clock tower served as the Center of Communications for Biddeford for over 140 years.  In 2007, this beautiful historic structure was chainsawed from its belfry on top of the Lincoln Mill and thrown on the ground. For the next decade, waves of Biddeford high school students, organizations, and individuals all worked to keep it in our community.  In 2019, the Friends of the Historic Biddeford Mill Clock Tower formed to restore this irreplaceable piece of Biddeford history. Lets rally to and put this in a prominent place on the Riverwalk in 2020.   


Join us at Flourish as the Friends of the Historic Biddeford Mill Clock Tower tell the story of this clock tower and its pivotal role in Biddeford’s industrial history.