There’s no room to be heartbroken in the space of a northern Maine kitchen.
Starts: Dec 4 2009 - 5:00pm
Ends: Dec 4 2009 - 11:00pm
Brewer, ME 04412
You are cordially invited to attend this year’s Graduation Banquet, a buffet-style dinner at Jeff’s Catering, East West Industrial Park, Coffin Avenue, Brewer. Maine Birdie Googins, super model and Un-Registered Maine Guide — a.k.a. the Marden’s Lady — will entertain after dinner. Door prizes, including a new chainsaw and safety equipment, will be awarded during the evening.
The pleasure of shopping in Maine is a gift in itself. Instead of fighting the crowds at the malls and big-box stores, an excursion through these classic Maine institutions will keep you in the holiday spirit while satisfying everyone on your shopping list.
Presque Isle, ME 04769
The Harold Alfond College Challenge is the legacy of Harold Alfond who wanted every baby born in Maine to have a solid start on saving for education after high school. All current Alfond babies and infants under a year old and their parents are invited to attend this Casting Call to receive a free professional photograph and the opportunity to appear in future advertising.
Photograph by Richard Croteau
By Kathleen Fleury
If You Go:
The Dempsey Challenge, Simard-Payne Police Memorial Park, Lewiston. October 4 at 8 a.m. 866-990-1499.
Photography by Jennifer Baum
We asked, you answered. Here are your top picks for Maine's ten prettiest harbors, as well as a few write-ins that didn't quite make the top list. Think we missed some gems? Send us a comment and explain why your favorite cove is one of Maine's loveliest.
And now, the winners. Drumroll please...
#1 - Camden
Jo-Mary was a chieftain of the Penobscots and one of the most athletic men ever produced by the tribe. It was said he could outrun anyone and could swim farther and faster than anyone, both above and below water. He was also a champion wrestler. He and his family had fishing and hunting rights to a large area west of Pemadumcook Lake.
You say Potato
The Maine Potato Blossom Festival in Fort Fairfield is an exuberant excuse to celebrate Aroostook County’s claim to fame.
Penobscot Theatre Company
MUSE of FIRE: When an aging European Maestro will stop at nothing to mold an apprentice in the flames of his passion for music, the young man discovers that great conductors are not born, they are forged—in fire.
- By: Peter Smith
Photograph by Natalie Conn
By the final match, even the referee, Jake Rogeski, has jumped over a hay bale and into the ring. Sticky, white potato mash flies up and over the square-bales and into the parking lot behind the old town offices.