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Forcing Bulbs: Enjoying Springtime Blooms In The Winter
All Terrain Vehicle Riding In Moosehead Lake: Off Roading With A Twist
Kennebunk's Christmas: Christmas Prelude Worth The Trip
Acadia National Park: Kids! Join The Junior Ranger Program
Joshua Chamberlain House: Maine's Civil War Hero
Portland Symphony Orchestra: Local Musical Talent At Its Best
Flagstaff Lake: A Paddlers Delight
Climb Mount Kineo Moosehead Lake: Itís More Then Just A Hike
Yarmouth Clam Festival: Don't Miss The Parade
Fiddleheads: Search For Tasty Greens
Bebe's Burritos & Cantina: Where Good Vibes Meet Great Food
Snow Tubing: Maine's Best Toboggan And Snow Tubing Chutes
York Beach: White Sand, Amusement Rides & Wild Animals!
Lewiston Auburn: L/A Arts, Best Community Arts Program In Maine
Hollywood Slots: Bangor's Real Excitement
Drive The Golden Road: Mountain Views And Moose Too!
Winterfest Freeport: Where The Snow Comes To Life
Bates-Morse Mountain Conservation Area: Panoramic Views And Piping Plovers
Bar Harbor: Five Fun Things To Do
Nelson Nature Perserve: Bird Watching Fun
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Things To Do In Maine

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Comedy Clubs: Lift Your Spirit With Laughter

Fall, Winter, Spring & Summer: Times are tough and sitting home watching the television will probably not make you feel any better. If you need a little cheering up consider making a trip to one of the local comedy shows in the Portland area. Going to a comedy show is a fun thing to do with a group of friends and great way to forget your troubles for a little while. Every Friday night, you will find a different headlining comedian performing at the Gold Room during their Friday Night Comedy Night series. Located behind Jokers, the Gold Room is has private tables, a bar area and enough laughs to keep you rolling through the night. Why not break the monotony of everyday and make plans to attend one of these great

(Greater Portland)

Dog Fun: Find Play Spots For Your Pup In Portland!

Fall, Winter, Spring & Summer: Being a dog owner in Portland can be tough especially if you are trying to find a place to let them run without a leash. There are some great spots around the city that allow for your friendly canine to get some exercise without the restriction of a leash. If your dog enjoys the water, a great thing to do is take your pooch to the East End Beach. Dogs can run free without a leash before 8 am or after 5 pm. While your pup is running and enjoying the water you could start your hunt for sea glass, the beach is loaded with these delightful little treasures. Another place to check out is Valley Street dog park which has been designed especially for your four legged friends. Complete with fire hydrants and bark chips your pup will love to run around in this fenced in park

(Greater Portland)

O Christmas Tree: Portland's Annual Tree Lighting

Fall: O Christmas Tree, O Christmas TreeÖtis the season! What a better way to kick it all off than with the annual tree lighting ceremony in Portlandís Monument Square. How fun to spend the night bundled up with the ones you love and watch the 50 foot evergreen come alive with thousands of twinkling lights. The event is held every year, the Friday after Thanksgiving. There

(Greater Portland)

Portland Obsevatory: A Birds-Eye View From The Top Of Portland

Fall, Summer, Spring: Looking for something fun to do one afternoon I decided to load everyone in the car and we headed into the center of Portland to check out the Portland Observatory. This unique building resembles a lighthouse and was constructed in 1807 by a local businessmen in a way to alert the city to the arrival of ships by using coded signal flags. After an extensive renovation, this 86 foot structure is once again open to visitors who want to climb the stairs and get a bird's-eye view of

(Greater Portland)

Go Fly A Kite: Enjoyment For Any Age

Summer: Kite flying can be an inexpensive way to have some fun. Find a wide open space and let the line out and watch the wind do it's magic taking that kite to heights only birds can soar! It doesn't matter where you fly a kite, on the beach or at the park and it's not just kids who love them. The beauty of kites is it brings out the kid in all of us. If you really want to see a spectacular site then travel to Ogunquit Beach for the Capriccio Festival of Kites. At this one day event, you

(Southern Coast)

Windsurfing: Skip Across The Waves On The Coast Of Maine

Summer: An exciting coastline deserves an exciting sport. What better way to experience the natural beauty of the Southern Maine shoreline than to do it on a windsurfer, skipping across the waves! An abundance of coves and inlets make for interesting surfing, while the brisk Atlantic winds are in ready supply for dependable days of high-energy exhilaration. Windsurfing, shops and

(Southern Coast)

 
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