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Snowboarding: Rip, Rails, Pipes, It's All Clean Fun!
Richmond: Swan Island
Steamship Cruises Moosehead Lake: A Taste Of Moosehead Lakes History
Home Shows: There's Always Room For Improvement
Woodworking: Tapping Into Your Creative Side
Bowdoin College: More Than An Education Awaits
Shark Fishing: If You're Gonna Go Fishing, Go Big!
New Year's By The Bay: Belfast New Year Celebration
Fall Fairs: Maine's Fall Fair Circuit
Skijoring: It Takes A Team Effort
Lyric Music Theater: South Portland's Hometown Theater
Cinemas: Movie Theaters In Bangor
The Maine Fiber Arts Center: Come In For A Spin
York Holiday Celebrations: Lights, Parades, Carolers & Santa Too!
Mountain Biking: Sandy Loop In Jackman
Craft Fairs: Handmade Furniture To Quilts, You Can Find It All!
Mount Katahdin: Amazing View No Hiking Required
Wedding Spots: Choose The Perfect Spot For Your Big Day!
Winter Activities: Grab A Sled And Hit The Hills For A Fun Winter Thrill
The Polar Express: Take A Ride To The North Pole
Drive The Golden Road: Mountain Views And Moose Too!
Old Orchard Beach Maine: Palace Playland
Saddleback Mountain Skiing And Snowboarding: Big Vertical, Big Snow, Big Time!
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Things To Do In Maine

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Merry Madness: Get In The Holiday Spirit And Shop Until You Drop

Winter: Portland has a great way to celebrate the holiday season, itís called Merry Madness, which is a pretty good description of how most people feel during the holidays. Sponsored by Portlandís Downtown District, Merry Madness usually happens each year, mid December. I suggest you get a group of friends together and plan to meet at the Merry Madnessís ďhappy hourĒ. Last year it was held at the Hilton Garden in the heart of the Old Port but, the venue changes each year so you may want to confirm before you go. Happy Hour is free for all guests to attend with free appetizers and cocktails to kick off the event. All the participating stores stay open late, usually until 10 pm and offer special sales and refreshments for shoppers. Shoppers can also hop on the free horse and carriage rides around the downtown and Old Port

(Greater Portland)

Concerts: Portland Free Summer Concerts Series

Summer: If you are a music lover and are looking for great concerts to enjoy free of charge in the Portland area, there are plenty to choose from over the summer months. A very popular one with the adult contemporary crowd is the Alive At Five series which runs throughout July and August in downtown Portland. This weekly concert series has been offering folks a great mix of musical talent for several years now and has become very popular with the happy hour crowd just getting out of work and looking for something fun to do. The concert is held in Monument Square and you will find a different genre weekly from folk, reggae, pop/rock to even specialty mixes like a New Orleans brass funk band. Another great concert series to check out this summer in Portland is Tuesday night concerts at Deering Oaks Park Bandstand. The venue is open in the park and it draws a large crowd who bring blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy the music. On Wednesday nights you can enjoy the Sunset Folk Series held at the Western Prom Park. The music is a mix of contemporary and Americana folk and runs every Wednesday during July and August. If you find yourself in Freeport be sure to check out the is LL Beanís concert in the park series. This concert

(Greater Portland)

Dog Sledding: The Can-AM International Crown

Winter: If you have never attended an official dog sled race competition than the Can-AM International Sled Dog races are for you. This race has been held in Fort Kent for the last sixteen years. With a $40,000 dollar purse and some of the best dog sled teams in the US and Canada, this race is both exciting for participants and observers. The race consist of three divisions, 30, 60 and 250 mile runs with the latter being a qualifying race for the famous and coveted, Iditarod. The race started as a way to provide

(Aroostook County)

Debouille Public Reserve Land: Away From It All

Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall: In the heart of Maine's northern forests lies the scenic and silent Debouille Public Reserve far off the beaten path this 22,000 acre tract is a slice of Northwoods heaven. Hiking trails lead to a fire tower atop Debouille Mountain and from the summit the views of the surrounding ponds and hills are breathtaking. The word Debouille is French for rockslides which are common to the area. The southeastern portion of the park is where most of the campsites, trails, and boat launches are, and also holds the more rugged mountain terrain. There are plenty of scenic spots to camp, so if a site is occupied rest assured there are others nearby that likely are not. Wildlife is plentiful here with moose and dear sightings common along the water, hiking, swimming, fishing, and

(Aroostook County)

Cross Country Skiing: Virtually Endless Trail Possiblities

Winter: If you are looking for a great way to get rid of the winter stress or that extra energy, head over to the Moosehead Lake region for some great outdoor exercise and stress relief. In the winter, this area has over 100 miles of well maintained ski trails. Thereís nothing quite like the beauty of Maine in the winter. The Moosehead Lake experience will not disappoint this expectation. With the scenic views and endless combinations of trails, this is sure


Apple Picking: So Many Orchards, So Little Time

Fall: Apple picking is a canít miss thing if your family is coming to Maine in the fall. Everybody loves apples and apple picking is a very popular activity in Maine. The activity is completely family oriented and it is impossible not to like. If you are staying in the Portland area, go

(Greater Portland)

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