Master woodcarver Tom Cote, of Limestone Maine, and Searsport Shores Ocean Campground are happy to announce the first annual Wood Carving Camp with an Acadian Flair June 27-29, 2014 in Searsport, Maine. The weekend celebration is the culmination of the Cote Family week long residency at the campground.
All are invited to bring tools and celebrate woodworking traditions by displaying and selling their work, offering/taking $5/hour classes and sharing their experiences over a Saturday night potluck supper and hootenanny. The Acadian bread oven will also be fired up during the weekend.
Any participants (teachers, students and musicians) are welcome to a discounted camping rate of $35 for tents and $45 for trailers. Day visitors are welcome to participate any time during the week for $12/day (class fee not included). Teachers are encouraged to give Tom a call to discuss workshop/class ideas at (207) 325-4258.
For questions about camping or participating in Wood Carving Camp please contact Searsport Shores at 207 548 6059 or email@example.com
Join Sheepscot Valley Conservation Association for a guided walk around this beautiful preserve along the upper reaches of the Sheepscot River. 207-586-5616 firstname.lastname@example.org
Cape Elizabeth Farm Alliance
Two Lights Road
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107
Friday, June 27th 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.: Lobster Bake and Pig Roast Dinner
Shady Oaks Farm: 30 Fowler Road, Cape Elizabeth
Live Music by Jerks of Grass,
Traditional Lobsterbake- Pig Roast. Tickes $35 : On Sale at WM. H. Jordan Farm and Alewive's Farm Market
Our "local boys" serving up a traditional Lobster Bake, lobsters from Cape Elizabeth, Pig Roast by Pedro Nieves and Down Home Farm, Cape Elizabeth, Strawberry desserts, silent auction
Barn Dance starting at 7:30, tickets just $5 at the door
Saturday, June 28th 10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Delicious Farm Fresh Foods, Handcrafted Artisan Market, Live Local Music including local recording artists Anna Lombard, and Earth Jams
Children's Tent: Free hands-on Art and agricultural activities
45-50 artisans, handmade crafts
Food Vendors, Flatbread Pizza, MaineRoot, GrandyOats, Kettle Cove Creamery, Frank's Franks and more.
Live Music On the Main Stage
Earth Jams 10:00-11:00
Flight 317 Youth Blue Grass Band 11:15 to 12:15
317 Main Contra Dance Band 12:30 to 1:30
Anna Lombard 1:45 to 2:45
Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park
426 Wolf Neck Road
Freeport, ME 04032
Guided nature programs, free with park admission, on weekends at Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park. Starting at 2:00pm at the benches by the second parking lot unless otherwise noted, weather permitting.
These one-hour programs may include walks, talks, and activities in a beautiful nature setting. You may stop by any time between 2 and 3:00pm. No reservations needed except for group programs.
Click here to learn more!
A Car Free event! Come on down to Baxter Blvd to ride your bike, throw a frisbee, use your pogo stick, eat a picnic, enjoy the views or check out what others are doing. Between Vannah St. and Payson Park, all summer and into the fall!
What better way to see Moosehead Lake than to bike 19.5 miles from Greenville to Rockwood and return cruising aboard the Katahdin. Join us for the 6th Annual Bike and Boat to benefit Charles A Dean Memorial Hospital.
June 29, 2014, 9:00 am / Moosehead Lake Region 364 Pritham Avenue , Greenville, ME
207 973-5058 / email@example.com Click HERE FMI
Pancakes: they're flat, they're round, They're soft, they're delicious... and they're bringing the people of this town together for one morning-long breakfast celebration in Congress Square Park.
We double dare you to not smile as you read the following two words: FREE PANCAKES. Free pancakes!
What else is there to say?
June 29, 2014, 9:00 am
Congress Square Park
Free / http://www.space538.org/events/portland-pancake-day