For the past eleven years, volunteers have hosted a perennial plant sale on the lawn of the Colby Curtis to raise funds for the museum. All of the plants sold were cuttings donated from the gardens of locals with green thumbs. “Every year I worry, but we always end up with lots of plants,” said Jennifer Sudlow, one of the organizers of the event. “It’s such a fun thing to do,” Sudlow added. The plants were brought in on Friday and sorted and prepared by volunteers. The sale took place on Saturday. The sale of the plants, along with a raffle for a hanging basket, donated by Centre Jardin Dansereau, Ayer’s Cliff, raised over $900 for the museum.