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Movie Theaters: See A Movie In Portland
Climb Mount Kineo Moosehead Lake: Itís More Then Just A Hike
Beach To Beacon: 10K Road Race
The Super Duck: Portland's Amphibious Tour Boat
Local Charities: Tis' The Season For Giving
Grafton Notch State Park: Enjoy The Scenic Waterfalls
A.E. Howell Wildlife Conservation Center: Taking Care Of Nature
Rockport, Maine: Merryspring Gardens
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Cape Porpoise: Five Fun Things To Do
Kennebunk's Christmas: Christmas Prelude Worth The Trip
Picnic On The Penobscot River: Cribworks Rapid
Biking: Bike The Coast Of Maine
North Atlantic Blues Festival: Rockin' At Rockland's Harbor Park!
Mountain Biking: One Of Maine's Hidden Treasures
Hockey: Maine College Teams Kick It Up
Admiral Peary House: Quiet Location Lots To Do
Sebago Lake: A Birds Eye View From Douglas Mountain
Sleigh Rides: Sleigh Bells Ring...Can You Hear Them!
Mountain Biking: Sandy Loop In Jackman
Foraging The Forest: Searching For Decorating Treasures
FREEport, Maine: Free (Or Close To It) Fun Things To Do
Camden, Maine: U.S. National Toboggan Championships
Searsport: Festival Of Wreaths
Lighthouses: The Maine Coast
The Magic Of Christmas: The Portland Symphony Orchestra's Seasonal Event
Camden: Five Fun Things To Do
Bath Heritage Days: Festival Fun For The Whole Family
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Coos Canyon: Pan For Gold And Strike It Rich
The Common Ground Fair: An Uncommon Celebration
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Things To Do In Maine

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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)

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)

Bar Harbor: A Haven For The Whole Family

Summer,Fall: Bar Harbor is a haven for families and can be a great place to take kids. At low tide you can see how Bar Harbor got it's name. Take the kids down to the beach with pails and shovels and explore what the ocean uncovers along the large sand bar that connects Bar Island to downtown Bar Harbor. You can also spend sometime at the Ocanarium and Lobster Hatchery. There is a great hands-on water cycel exibit and the seal education exihibit will keep

(Downeast Acadia)

Tag Sales: One Man's Junk Is Another Man's Treasure

Summer, Spring, Fall: Are you intrested in going on a treasure hunt? If so, there is usually one available in any neighboorhood, rural road or subdivision in Maine on any Saturday morning. It's called a tag sale, lawn sale, cleaning out the barn sale, whatever it's labeled though, you never know what treasures you can uncover. Before you begin however, there is one secret you should know,

(Greater Portland)

Mt. Blue State Park: An Outdoor Adventure Awaits

Summer: Mt. Blue State Park is a perfect family vacation destination. If you are looking for crystal clear water, a well maintained trail and hiking system, clean campground and sandy beaches then look no further. With over 5000 acres, this beautifully maintained state park offers something for every outdoor enthusiast. On top of a wonderful camping and beach area, your children will really enjoy the hands-on exhibits and displays in the nature center. In the evening there are

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

Old Port Shopping: Shop In Portland Maine's Historical District

Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall: Visit Maineís historical Old Port shopping district on Portlandís waterfront. With its cobble stone streets and brick Victorian buildings, the Old Port is a great way to take in some local Maine history. The Old Port also features a wide range of restaurants, specialty shops, and boutiques. Serendipity is one of the boutiques and is

(Greater Portland)

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