New Summer Hours!


Yes, we said Summer! Summer in Maine is good news all-around. Warmer temperatures, the beach, and extended hours at the Red Barn!

We extend our closing times to 8pm in the Summer and are open Tuesday through Sunday from 9am to 8pm! 

Schedule of Fundraisers 2014-2015


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Our fundraising schedule has been confirmed! We will be holding all future fundraisers on Tuesday evenings from 4 to 6pm at the Red Barn at 455 Riverside Drive in Augusta, ME! Chicken and haddock snacks will be available for a suggested donation of $6.00, that is a reduction in our normal menu price AND the proceeds go to a local organization. ALL future requests for fundraisers, sponsorships, and donations will be completed through the Red Barn Cares Foundation. The application will be available online in the late Spring.

For more information, or to RSVP to the fundraisers:

December 30, 2014: Heating Assistance

January 6, 2015: Consumers for Affordable Healthcare and Becca Leavitt

January 13, 2015: Amy Buxton Pet Pantry

January 20, 2015: Colonial Theater and Winslow HS Performing Arts Boosters

(Postponed to March 10th due to weather) January 27, 2015: Literacy Volunteers and Friends of Lithgow Library

February 3, 2015: Cony Project Graduation and Cony Middle School

February 10, 2015: Augusta Boys and Girls Club & Kiwanis Playground Fund

February 17, 2015: Boys & Girls State (Post 2 & 179)

February 24, 2015: Skating Association of Maine & Maranacook Youth Hockey

March 3, 2015: Augusta and Waterville Food Bank Fundraiser

March 10, 2015 Friends of Lithgow Library and Augusta Literacy Volunteers

Fall Hours

We would like to announce our new Fall hours effective immediately. We will be closing at 7pm Tuesday through Thursday and also on Sundays.

Our hours will remain the same for Friday and Saturday, we will be open until 8pm on those nights.



We had 76 applications submitted for this year’s benefit dinners, sponsorships, and gift card donations! In an effort to impact the most applicants, most of our fundraisers will be for two organizations or individuals. The first one will be on Monday October 13th, the remaining fundraisers will be on Sunday’s from 5-7pm.

Please email with any questions.

*Please do not contact any board members with questions.

The selected recipients have been notified via email, and they are:

Gift Cards:
1. Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
2. Maine French Heritage Language Program
3. Hayley’s Hope Foundation
4. Ending Hunger in Maine Campaign
5. Kennebec Behavioral Health

1. Sexual Assault Crisis and Support Center
2. Miles for Mills (Travis Mills Foundation)

Benefit Dinners-not in any specific order, we will be scheduling these in the next few weeks:
1. Messalonskee Project Graduation 2015
2. Gardiner Class of 2015 & Erskine Class of 2015
3. Colonial Theater & Winslow High School Performing Arts Boosters
4. Connor Sawtelle-Vassalboro
5. Becca Leavitt-South China
6. Consumers for Affordable Healthcare & Bub Cole
7. Augusta Food Bank & Waterville Food Bank
8. Amy Buxton Pet Pantry
9. Skating Association of Maine & Maranacook Area Youth Hockey
10. Caroline Phillips
11. Augusta Boys and Girls Club & Kiwanis Playground Fund
12. Heating Assistance-Vassalboro Ministry, and other area stake holders
13. Adult and Family Literacy Volunteers of Greater Augusta & Lithgow Library
14. Boys State & Girls State (Post 179 & 2)
15. Cony High School Project Graduation & Cony Middle School

Fundraiser this Thursday, September 11th for Isaac Gingras!


This Thursday from 4 to 8pm, 50% of all proceeds at the Red Barn will be donated to the Gingras family to help them with the travel expenses to take turns staying with Isaac while he is in the hospital in Vermont, and to help alleviate the financial stress of missing work to take care of Isaac.

**Update** As of today, September 7th, the drain that was in Isaac lung is no longer working and he will be headed into surgery again to drain the fluid in his lung.

Isaac Gingras was rushed to the hospital in Burlington Vermont late in the evening on September 2nd from St. Lawrence College in upstate New York. He was suffering from fluid around his lung and possible mass in his lung. Surgery was performed immediately to drain the fluid. He is still in the hospital with a tube in his lung to continue drainage and has undergone testing and waiting for results. If all goes well he may be out of the hospital next week. Please keep Isaac in your prayers and help this great young man to full recovery. A young man who not only dedicated himself through hard work toward leading the Cony Football team to a State Championship but also gave back of himself by giving countless hours to our youth by coaching football at the youth level.

Isaac was a tri-sport athlete at Cony, playing center on the football team, goalie for lacrosse and was also on the wrestling team. Isaac started the tradition of the Cony Football team coming into the Red Barn every Thursday after practice for dinner!

When we reached out to his parents to find out if they would accept our help, we also learned Isaac’s mom, Joyce, has been struggling with health issues of her own and is currently receiving chemotherapy treatment.

For more information, please click on the facebook event link:

Visit our Custom Store!

You can now order our custom printed hats, shirts, and sweatshirts from our online store!


Click on the shirt to order!