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Nova Scotia Journey: The Cat Is The Sleekest Ride
Bar Harbor Beach: A Beautiful Island Experience
Topsham: Historical Walking Tour
Antique Tractor Festival: A Blast From The Past
Antique Festival: Northern New England's Largest Antique Event
York Beach: White Sand, Amusement Rides & Wild Animals!
Sunday River Maine: Chicks Dig It Too!
Quiet Harbors: Escape And Find The Perfect Hideaway
Hollywood Slots: Bangor's Real Excitement
Ice Skating: Find The Perfect Spot
Guided Tours: Exploring Maine With True Experts
DiMillo's Floating Restaurant: A Famous East Coast Restaurant
Vacations: Plan For Your Summer Getaway Now!
Couples: Come Warm Things Up In Maine
Sebago State Park: Big Beach, Big Lake And Plenty To Do
Windjammer Weekend: Come Sail Camden Harbor
Fishing, Swimming & Picnicing: Ferry Beach Has It All!
RV Sites: Got An RV? Find A Place To Go!
The Northern Lights: Nature's Light Show
Ice Skating: Stay Inside and Hit The Rink!
Football: Why Not Tailgate?
Gardening: Plant, Sprout and Enjoy!
Gingerbread Cookies: A Christmas Tradition
Pleasant Mountain: Go Take A Hike
Vacation Spot: Kennebunk - The Crème De La Crème.
Monhegan Island: Getting Away From It All
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RiRa Irish Pub: For the Ultimate Irish Dinning Experience
Wedding: So You Gotta Go, Find Plenty To Do While You're Here!
Deering Oaks: 51 Acres of Outdoor Family Fun
Hayrides: Fall Into A Wagon And Enjoy The Ride
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Things To Do In Maine

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Waterville: Five Fun Things To Do

Winter, Spring, Summer & Fall: Waterville is one of central Maine’s best kept secrets. Home to Colby College, residents and visitors alike can find plenty of things to see and do. Located on the campus of Colby College is one of the areas best art museums. Choke full of both contemporary art from well known artist as well as many temporary exhibits from locals and students alike. The museum is free and open to the public and is a great way to spend a Saturday or Sunday afternoon. The museum also has a on-going events schedule that includes lectures, workshops and classes for adults and children. Waterville also has a small downtown area that offers some great restaurants and pubs to check out. Mainely Brews Restaurant and Tavern is the perfect place to hang out with friends. Whether it be inside, where you can enjoy a cozy pub atmosphere, great food and entertainment or take it outside to the patio during the summer months and listen to the music while sipping a cold one under the stars. Either way, this is a great spot to meet up with friends and enjoy

(Central Maine)

Coon Cats: Adopt a Maine Coon Cat!

Summer: Thinking about getting a pet? Why not adopt one of the oldest breeds of felines in North America, a Maine Coon Cat. These cats are not only beautiful but, highly intelligent and playful. Originally this hardy breed is believed to come from mating between domestic breeds and European long hairs. They have successfully adapted to the harsh New England climates but, putting all that aside their popularity as being great pets has steadily increased and now these cats are highly sought after. Why not go visit a Maine Coon Cat breeder and see if adopting one of these pets may be the thing for you. There are several breeders around the state like Dirigo Maine Coons who have been breeding for 34 years. They are a highly reputable breeder

(Kennebec Valley)

Thanksgiving Arts And Craft Show: Brewer's Annual Tradition

Fall: If you are looking for something to do during the Thanksgiving weekend but, want to avoid the shopping frenzy at the malls you may want to take a drive to Brewer. The 33rd annual Thanksgiving Arts and Crafts Show sponsored by the United Craftsmen of Maine is one of the state’s largest craft fairs offering something for everyone. The show opens on Black Friday and runs through

(Central Maine)

Artwalk: A Kaleidoscope Of Artistic Expression

Summer: Taking an Artwalk can be a fun way to explore an area's arts community and local businesses along the pathway. On a monthly basis various towns offer these Artwalks and Portland isn't the only city with an Artwalk. You should check out other walks throughout Maine including Brunswick, South Portland, Bath, Yarmouth and Peaks Island. While you are on an artwalk you can see gallery style sculptors, fiberart, wood art,

(Midcoast Maine)

Northern Maine Museum of Science: A Sight For Solar Eyes

Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall:In 1970 the University of Maine received two substantial natural history collections. The first was a conglomeration of marine and freshwater sea shells and local forestry specimens. The second was a significant portion of the discontinued Portland Museum of Natural History. In October of 1996 The Northern Maine Museum of Science officially opened its doors. Within the complex you will find three floors to explore. The first floor is devoted strictly to mathematics, featuring Platonic solids, Fibonacci numbers, infinity mirrors and more. The second floor is a collection of agricultural, forestry, chemistry and physics. Astrological buffs can marvel at the solar system scale model which is over 100’ long. The Northern Lights display will be sure to grab your attention as well. The third floor is filled with biological and geological displays. Minerals, aerial photos, insect and spider exhibits and fossils adorn this section of the museum. Furthermore the museum is home to a nature walk across seven acres with one main trail and one loop. It is open to foot traffic only and has ten stop stations with detailed

(Aroostook County)

Sunday River Maine: Chicks Dig It Too!

Winter: Sunday River is one of Maine’s finest ski resorts with fun for everyone. Not just a ski resort for men and families… Sunday River is an exciting place for a college co-ed clan, or a wild weekend for the girls. The mountain offers college week specials and student discounts; a true college getaway experience offers entertainment unique from the rest! After day of premium mountain skiing, with the best conditions in the region, the après skiing experience is one you and your friends won’t forget. You can find bars and restaurants right on the mountain, and many more just down the access road. With great food and entertainment, venues like the Foggy Goggle, the Shipyard Brew Haus, and the Barker Pub, offer fun nights of throwing back a few with your friends. The experience is both rousing and relaxing after a

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

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