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Sightseeing Tour: Exploring Casco Bay
One Room School Houses: A History Lesson
Bar Harbor: By Sea Or Land, It’s Very Grand!
Ogunquit In The Winter: You Have To See What You Are Missing
Portland Maine: Back Cove Water Walk
Portland Trail System: Get Out And Take A Hike City Style
Apple Picking Fun: Red And Ready For Fall Picking
Great Falls Balloon Festival: Fun Family Times In Lewiston-Auburn
Dance Lessons: Find A Place To "Cut The Rug"
Admiral Peary House: Quiet Location Lots To Do
Bar Harbor: Dive In Theater-A Look At Life On The Sea Floor
Lyric Music Theater: South Portland's Hometown Theater
Winter Getaways: Bethel's Winter Haven
Corn Mazes: Explore An A-Mazing Time This Fall!
Moose Safari: So You Wanna See A Moose
Bailey’s Island: Cruise Over For Nature Tours And Lobster Dinners
Bar Harbor: A Haven For The Whole Family
Polar Express: From Portland Maine To The North Pole, Can You Hear The Bells
Christmas Trees: Cut Your Own At A Local Tree Farm!
Old Orchard Beach: Close, Cheap And Fun
Covered Bridges: Maines Protected Treasures
Senior Citizens: Do Things At Your Own Pace
Free Things To Do: Find Things To Do That Won't Cost You A Cent
Lobster Shacks: The Freshest No Frills Seafood Around
Oceans Treasure Chest: The Fine Art of Collecting Sea Glass
Thanksgiving Arts And Craft Show: Brewer's Annual Tradition
Kokadjo: A Town Worth Slowing Down For
York County: Something For Everyone
North Country Camping: Hidden Springs Campground
Traditional Skills Courses: Earthways School Of Wilderness Living
Pineland Farms: A Haven For Outdoor Enthusiast
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Things To Do In Maine

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Portland, Maine: Go To Bat With The Portland Sea Dogs

Spring, Summer: If you haven’t been to a Portland Sea Dog’s game, make sure you put it at the top of your to do list this summer. It’s a fun time for all ages and the tickets are pretty cheap to boot. Anywhere you sit provides a great view of America’s favorite past time. Sit back, watch the game and enjoy tasty brews from Maine’s local brewing companies. And, yes, there’s yummy food to choose from whether you want BBQ, fried dough, or good old fashioned hot dogs and fries. But make sure to leave room for everyone’s favorite … the Sea Dog Biscuit … vanilla ice cream smack in the middle of two chocolate chip cookies! Entertainment surrounds the stadium from the game itself as well as appearances by Slugger the Sea Dog, the Trash Monster, and other fun activities between innings. And to end the night with a bang, often times there are fireworks that light

(Greater Portland)

Portland, Maine: Breakfast Joints That You Gotta Do!

Spring, Summer, Fall & Winter: Everyone loves to find that “greasy spoon” where the breakfast is real and the portions are hearty. In the Portland area, there are some great breakfast joints you just can’t miss out on. The first place on your list of places to try is Marcy’s Breakfast & Lunch on Oak Street in the downtown area. There isn’t a lot of room in this place but, the food is always good, real home cooked breakfast items which keeps patrons coming back again and again. Of course, there is also Becky’s Diner sitting in the heart of the waterfront district on Commercial Street in Portland. The food is nothing fancy but, you get what you want the way you want it for cheap. This place usually has a waiting line on the weekends but, for the most part it’s worth the wait so it’s the perfect place to go if you are really hungry! Another place to check out for your first meal of the day is Uncle Andy’s which is just over the million

(Greater Portland)

Car Shows: From Classics To Funnies These Cars Shine

Fall: Car enthusiast love local car shows and you would be surprised at the number of shows and people who attend them around the state. During the fall months, these shows continue to happen and surprisingly attendance does not drop off. From road rallies which take place in Kennebunkport during the last weekend in September to a fly and shine car show in Millinocket which happens in October, the car show calendar is full. The participants in the car shows often compete for prizes based on their division. The owners of these special vehicles spend much time and money on restoration and customization. You can definitely feel

(Downeast Acadia)

Spring Activities: Tackle Those Spring Projects With Fresh Ideas

Spring: Spring time in Maine means clean-up time from the winter months. If you are a home owner that means attending to the lawn and possibly getting flower and vegetable gardens ready for spring planting. This is the perfect time of year to attend one of Maine’s largest Home and Garden Shows of the season. It’s also a great place to get some new ideas on plantings, garden design as well as home improvement advice. The Home and Garden Show At The Fryeburg Fairgrounds happens each year during mid May. The Fairgrounds offers the perfect venue for attendees with over eight buildings choke full of vendors and six acres of

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

Caribou Winter Celebration: "Caribou Is Fabulous In February"

Winter: Looking for a winter party that last eleven days straight? Caribou Winter Celebration may be just what you have been searching for with plenty to do for all. If you don’t want to head south for February break you may want to consider this fun filled event. “Caribou is Fabulous in February” and with all the activities it’s hard for visitors not to agree. What winter celebration wouldn’t be complete

(Aroostook County)

Old Hallowell Days: Celebrating A Town's Cultural Heritage

Summer: Set on the banks of the Kennebec River you will find Hallowell. This antique town is filled with unique shops, great antiques, restaurants and art galleries. This town has a rich historic past that lifelong members of the community celebrate with pride. Benjamin Hallowell settled here in 1620 straight from Boston. The historical mansions that line the street are a testament to the way life was in the early days of Hallowell's beginnings. Each July, the town celebrates their hertiage with an ecletic blend of musicians, artisians and entertainment known as Old Hallowell

(Kennebec Valley)

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