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Clubbing In Portland: Looking For The Nightlife
Traditional Skills Courses: Earthways School Of Wilderness Living
Bike Rally: Bicycle Coalition Of Maine
Candlelight Ghost Tour: Go To Bangor For A Ghoulin' Good Time!
Planting Bulbs: Fall Planting Equals Spring Flowers
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens: Boothbay's Garden of Eden
Farmers Markets: You Can't Get It Any Fresher
Lobster Festival: Indulge In A Maine Tradition
Lighthouses: Bar Harbor Light House
Portland, Maine: The Old Port! Just Show Up, There’s Plenty To Do!
Comedy Connection: Laugh Out Loud!
Horseback Riding: Horse Island Camp Made For Kids
Deer Isle In Bloom: Lupine Festival
Hot Air Balloon Rides: Floating Above The World
Sugarloaf: Don't Ski? Plenty Of Things To Do
Scenic Drives Moosehead Lake: Leaf Peepers Heaven
Mini Golf: There’s Lots Of Puttin’ Around To Do
Sunday River (Artist's) Covered Bridge: Maine's Most Popular
Yarmouth Clam Festival: Don't Miss The Parade
Kennebec River: Follow Your Way Down The Rail Trail
Maine Antique Toy & Art Museum: A Step Back In Time
Windjammer Weekend: Come Sail Camden Harbor
Civic Center: Portland Center For Entertainment
Fall Foliage Tours: Hop On The Train And Enjoy The View
Gingerbread Cookies: A Christmas Tradition
Ice Fishing: Flags Up!
Camping In Moosehead: What S'more Could You Want?
Wiscasset: Five Fun Things To Do
Fall Fairs: Maine's Fall Fair Circuit
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Things To Do In Maine

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Polar Express: From Portland Maine To The North Pole, Can You Hear The Bells

Winter: Attention Polar Express fans, you no longer have to travel out of state to enjoy this popular kid’s tale. This year, the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad will celebrate the holiday season by offering the Polar Express train ride from November until mid-December. Bring your little ones dressed in their pajamas and hop aboard the train which will depart from the Ocean Gateway Terminal in Portland. Once aboard the train, riders will be served hot chocolate so rich it taste like it is made from melted chocolate bars by Santa’s elves dressed in full attire. As the train makes it way slowly along the edge of Portland’s East End, you will be entertained with a live reading of the Polar Express story. After spending some time on the train, you will be dropped off at the “North Pole” which is fully decorated for Christmas and there you will be greeted by Santa’s

(Greater Portland)

Free Music: Portland Comes Alive At 5

Summer: Looking for something to do on Thursday nights this summer? If so, the middle of Monument Square in Portland is the place to be at 5PM. Call your friends and have them meet you after work for a great way to start the weekend a little early and enjoy live music as part of Portland's Alive at 5pm concert series. The best part of this concert series is, it’s completely free! The musical genre changes each week starting in July and ending in August and the music plays rain or shine. In the heart of Monument Square you will find two great restaurants with outdoor seating, David & Shay’s. Invite some friends to join you and pull up a seat enjoy the music, some appetizers and cocktails, it’s a fun way to spend some time with friends. Whether you enjoy pop, rock, blues or salsa, there is music for every liking and the crowd is fun! There is always a beer tent set up if just feel like hanging and have a cold one while enjoying the sounds echoing down Congress Street in the heart of downtown

(Greater Portland)

Shark Fishing: If You're Gonna Go Fishing, Go Big!

Summer: Imagine a warm summer day, calm seas, and you battling a ten-foot dweller of the deep at the end of a fishing rod. If this sounds intriguing to you then you should consider shark fishing off the Maine coast. There are several charter boat services in and around Portland, Maine that can hook you up. Whether your preferred fishing style is trolling, drifting, spin casting, or fly-fishing there is an outfitter that can serve you. Shark season begins in July and really heats up in August and September. Blue Sharks are the predominate shark found of the Maine coast. Thousands of these cartilaginous fishes are caught, tagged and released each year. Other shark species such as Mako, Porbeagle and even the occasional Great White have been observed off Maine's coast. Fishing takes place from 10-25 miles offshore. These trips are not for those that suffer from motion sickness. The most common method of locating the sharks is by drifting while trailing a

(Greater Portland)

One Room School Houses: A History Lesson

Fall, Summer: With school starting across the state, fall is the perfect season to visit some of Maine's one-room school houses. These antique school houses offer visitors a view of what school life was like in days gone by and life in simpler times. The students didn't have paper and pens but, instead chalk and slate boards in the late 1800's as visitors are offered a view of these classrooms. A wood stove was used to heat these one room school houses which hadempty desk with inkwells that use to be filled with eager students

(Southern Coast)

The Forks: Tubing The Kennebec; It's Fun For Everyone

Spring, Summer, Fall: What could be more fun on a hot summer day than innertubing on a lazy river with friends and family. The town of The Forks is great place to plan a tubing adventure. Named after the confluence of the Dead and Kennebec Rivers, the town of The Forks has long been a destination for adventure. From the old days of river run log drives, this town has evolved into Maine's epicenter for whitewater rafting and kayaking. And while the section of the Kennebec River from Harris Dam to the Route 201 bridge can be crowded with rafters. Tubers will find nearly eight miles of easy floating, crowd free river from the Route 201 bridge to the town of Caratunk. This section of river is swift moving and easy going water rated only class I, and is perfect for first time floaters. There are plenty of local outfitters you can rent tubes, duckies, or canoes from. They can also arrange to leave your vehicle down river for

(Kennebec Valley)

Drive The Golden Road: Mountain Views And Moose Too!

Spring, Summer, Fall: The Golden Road runs from the town of Millinocket all the way to the Canadian border bisecting Maine's remote forest lands. Named after the wealth in timber the road carries, it also offers breathtaking views of Mount Katahdin and wildlife viewing opportunities along its course. May June and September are prime time for Moose viewing along the Golden Road and they can be found feeding in the shallows of ponds and deadwaters near the road. The road is public from Ambejejus Lake to Ragged Stream and can be driven west


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