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Maine Fishing Vacation: Maineís One of The Best!
Forcing Bulbs: Enjoying Springtime Blooms In The Winter
Fall Camping: Enjoying The Peaceful Season
Foraging The Forest: Searching For Decorating Treasures
Berry Picking: Blue Or Red, They Are Ripe For Pickin'
Fall Foliage: Kaleidoscope Of Color
The Robinhood Free Meetinghouse: Georgetown's 5 Star Dining
Seafood: Lobster Stew, It's Something You Have To Do!
Portland Art Galleries: Explore Maine's Best Art Scene
Beaches, Freshwater: Float, Boat Or Pack A Tote!
Christmas By The Sea: Camden Welcomes The Holidays
Spring Activities: Tackle Those Spring Projects With Fresh Ideas
State Musical Theater: Brunswick Meets Broadway
Flea Markets: Hunting For Treasures Has Never Been More Fun
Apple Orchard Bakeries: Fall's Sweet Treats
Potato Blossom Festival: Fort Fairfield
Puffin Country: Seal Island's Largest Population
Sailing: Rent A Sailboat For The Day In Casco Bay
Goldenrod Farm: Visit A Working Farm
Gingerbread Cookies: A Christmas Tradition
Big Squaw Mountain Skiing: Moosehead Lakes Very Own Ski Mountain
Camden, Maine: U.S. National Toboggan Championships
York Holiday Celebrations: Lights, Parades, Carolers & Santa Too!
College Hockey: Cheering On The Home Team
Sugarloaf: Don't Ski? Plenty Of Things To Do
Wine Making: A Homemade Treat
Seafood Tasting Tour: The Freshest Fun Thing To Do, All Around You!
Hot Air Balloon Rides: Floating Above The World
Sunday River Maine: Chicks Dig It Too!
Portland, Maine: Go To Bat With The Portland Sea Dogs
Singles: Get Outdoors And Meet Someone!
 
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Things To Do In Maine

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Pumpkins & Fall Festivals: Celebrate The Harvest Season!

Fall: Fall festivals are happening all over the state celebrating the harvest season. With pumpkins, apples, cider and fall foliage Mainers and visitors alike love this time of year. Celebrations are going on all over the state like in Hallowell. This quaint little town located on the banks of the Kennebec River in Central Maine. The streets are lined with antique shops and some great restaurants like Slates and Maria Libraís Italian Restaurant. During mid-October Hallowell celebrates the Fall Harvest and the town is decorated and ready to celebrate with cornstalks and pumpkins. There are family events planned such as music and face painting as well as an art walk for adults. After spending some time in town hop on the rail trail and enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Kennebec while admiring the foliage and all of the colors reflecting on the water. Another place to

(Kennebec Valley)

Portland Trail System: Get Out And Take A Hike City Style

Fall, Winter, Spring & Summer: Portland has a fantastic network of thirty walking trails that lead you in and around the whole city. Now that the weather is cooler, taking a hike on the trail system is a fun thing to do on a brisk fall afternoon. You can choose your walking path whether you decide to take a run around the trail the circles Back Cove or one that goes deep into the forest like Baxter Woods, there are plenty of places to discover right here in Portland. One of my favorite places to go is the Eastern Promenade trail that follows the waterfront along Portlandís working harbor. This is a scenic trail that runs along the railroad tracks and offers great views of some of Portlandís famous landmarks such as Fort Gorges and the Ocean Gateway Terminal. Another great place to check out is Stroudwater

(Greater Portland)

New Year's By The Bay: Belfast New Year Celebration

Fall: Hard to imagine but, you should be making your New Yearís Eve plans now. In Belfast, starting at 5 p.m. on December 31, revelers can enjoy a whole host of activities from live performances by local musicians and entertainers. There are plenty of fun activities for all ages hot, delicious food from many local eateries. The kids love to listen to the storytellers, watch the jugglers and everyone loves to take a horse and carriage ride. Face painting and

(Midcoast Maine)

State Musical Theater: Brunswick Meets Broadway

Summer: Looking for an evening out with friends or that special someone? The Maine State Musical Theater has been entertaining visitors for close to 50 years summer after summer. Located in the heart of Brunswick, Pickard Theater comes alive with a four show season of mini-broadway performances. Audiences have been delighted with performances such as "Cats", "Miss Saigon" and "Smokey Joe's Cafe". The air conditioning will keep you cool as you lose yourself in these resident stock professioal performances. The Maine State Music Theater is the second largest performing arts organization

(Midcoast Maine)

Richmond: Swan Island

Spring, Summer, Fall:This 4-mile long state owned island sits at the northern most end of Merrymeeting Bay. While exploring the bay keep an eye out for bald eagles the area has the largest concentrations of nesting eagles in the state. During the spring and fall the migration of waterfowl along the Atlantic flyway stop here to rest their wings. This is a great time to visit Swan Island. Species such as Canadian geese, goldeneye and pintail can be seen frolicing in Merrymeeting Bay. The Bay encompases roughly 4500 square acres, however most of the shoreline is

(Kennebec Valley)

Deering Oaks: 51 Acres of Outdoor Family Fun

Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall : Deering Oaks is the largest park in Portland with year round potential. In the summer, the park hosts several concerts throughout the week and especially on the weekends. The concerts and events held in the park usually feature local bands and folk singers that cover virtually all types of music. These events are typically used to spread awareness or raise funds for local organizations. Also in the summer, a farmerís market is held in the middle of the park by local farmers. The market provides harvest goods such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, jellies, maple syrup, and other Maine

(Greater Portland)

 
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